When I do @tmux new -s panes -n shell@ or @Prefix : new-window -n shell@
the “-n shell” (or whatever name I choose) has no effect. Doesn’t complain, but the window gets the default tilde name.
Once I’ve created it, I can use @Prefix ,@ to name it whatever I like but finding it odd that the argument is being ignored.
I tried @new-window -N@ instead, and the error message (which flashes for about a second, then disappears) shows @-n@ being the correct syntax as well! Confusing.
I’m on a Macbook (10.7.3) running ZSH, Terminal and tmux 1.6 installed via Homebrew.
[UPDATE] Oddly, both commands work correctly in the “top” examples later on: @tmux new -s panes -n shell “top”@, etc work fine.