Terminal multiplexer inspired by i3


3mux is a terminal multiplexer with out-of-the-box support for search, mouse-controlled scrollback, and i3-like keybindings. Imagine tmux with a smaller learning curve and more user-friendly defaults.


  • batteries included
  • i3-like keybindings
  • session management
    • optionally interactive
    • self-documenting
  • search
  • scrollback
  • mouse support
    • drag to resize panes
    • click to select pane
    • scrollwheel

Key Bindings

Key(s) Description
Create a new pane
Alt+Shift+F Make the selected pane fullscreen. Useful for copying text
Select an adjacent pane
Move the selected pane
Alt+R Enter resize mode. Resize selected pane with arrow keys or h/j/k/l. Exit using any other key(s)
Alt+/ Enter search mode. Type query, navigate between results with arrow keys or n/N
Scroll Move through scrollback
Shift Many terminal emulators support selecting text while pressing this key

Supported tmux Bindings

Key(s) Description
Ctrl+b " Split horizontally
Ctrl+b % Split vertically
Ctrl+b { Move pane left
Ctrl+b } Move pane right

Supported screen Bindings

Key(s) Description
Ctrl+a | Split horizontally
Ctrl+a S Split vertically
Ctrl+a Tab Cycle forward through panes

Installation Instructions

Binary (recommended)
  1. Download the .tar.gz for your OS from the Releases tab
  2. tar -zxvf YOUR_FILE.tar.gz
  3. Add the now-extracted ./3mux to your $PATH
Using Nix flakes (requires Nix 2.4+)
nix run github:aaronjanse/3mux
Package manager

Packages for 3mux

Building from source
  1. Install Golang
  2. go get github.com/aaronjanse/3mux
  3. Run 3mux to launch the terminal multiplexer

To update 3mux, run go get -u github.com/aaronjanse/3mux


Warning: Arrow-key-controlled pane management is currently unsupported on Terminal.app. Please use the default vim-like keybindings instead.
Preferences > Profiles > Keyboard > Use Option as Meta Key


Preferences > Profiles > Keys > Option Key > Esc+


3mux searches XDG_CONFIG_HOME to find its config. If it cannot, it writes a config to ~/.config/3mux/config.toml upon the first run. Modifiers in shortcuts (e.g. Alt) are case-insensitive.

You can detect if you're running a script inside 3mux by checking if THREEMUX is equal to 1.


All help is welcome! You can help the project by filing issues recording what works well, what doesn't work well, and/or a feature you want. Pull Requests would be very much appreciated.

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  • Binary release builds

    Binary release builds


    3mux looks really cool, and I would love to try it out. Unfortunately, I don't have a go toolchain setup, so I would rather download a single binary and run it. Would it be possible for you to upload the binary outputted by go into the github releases?


    opened by arjvik 14
  • Waiting for server to be online...

    Waiting for server to be online...

    I don’t use brew so I installed 3mux using

    > go get github.com/aaronjanse/3mux

    and when I try to run 3mux it asks me for a session name (I entered test) and I get this:

    > ./go/bin/3mux
    Waiting for server to be online... (/var/folders/d5/6_9wptzx0ml6ys098gqncydm0000gn/T/3mux/92c9afcc-e1f5-4d81-5821-fad5a3ffae1e/fd.sock)
    Although the server socket exists, connection to it failed: dial unix /var/folders/d5/6_9wptzx0ml6ys098gqncydm0000gn/T/3mux/92c9afcc-e1f5-4d81-5821-fad5a3ffae1e/fd.sock: connect: connection refused
    See server-side logs at /var/folders/d5/6_9wptzx0ml6ys098gqncydm0000gn/T/3mux/92c9afcc-e1f5-4d81-5821-fad5a3ffae1e/logs-server.txt
    To manually kill this session, run `3mux kill test`

    where the log contains:

    > sudo cat /var/folders/d5/6_9wptzx0ml6ys098gqncydm0000gn/T/3mux/92c9afcc-e1f5-4d81-5821-fad5a3ffae1e/logs-server.txt
    2021/03/26 11:17:45 Booting...
    2021/03/26 11:17:45 Detach error: listen unix /var/folders/d5/6_9wptzx0ml6ys098gqncydm0000gn/T/3mux/92c9afcc-e1f5-4d81-5821-fad5a3ffae1e/detach-server.sock: bind: invalid argument

    So, my question is: what server is expected to run here?

    opened by jenstroeger 13
  • Not starting up

    Not starting up

    Error during: starting shell: fork/exec /usr/bin/zsh: invalid argument Tiling state: Universe0 goroutine 1 [running]: runtime/debug.Stack(0x585280, 0xc000128008, 0xc00008dda8) /usr/local/go/src/runtime/debug/stack.go:24 +0x9d main.fatalShutdownNow(0xc000166000, 0x38) /home/z003ejhw/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/main.go:133 +0x17e main.newTerm(0x1, 0x562bd8) /home/z003ejhw/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/pane.go:89 +0x270 main.main() /home/z003ejhw/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/main.go:77 +0x2f9

    opened by tinksabraham 13
  • Keybindings interfere with i3s default keybindings

    Keybindings interfere with i3s default keybindings

    Do you have any plans to add another set of keybindings, that doesn't interfere with the default i3 keybindings? Because this is pretty much unusable out of the box on i3....

    opened by hugohabicht01 13
  • connect: no such file or directory when trying to connect to an existing session

    connect: no such file or directory when trying to connect to an existing session

    Here's what happens:

    ➜ 3mux
    Attach to an existing session or create a new one:
    > 3mux
    + create new session

    I hit "Enter" and get this:

    panic: dial unix /tmp/3mux/0/fd.sock: connect: no such file or directory
    goroutine 1 [running]:
    main.attach(0xc00001848b, 0x1)
            /home/v1rtl/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/attach.go:36 +0x7c8
            /home/v1rtl/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/main.go:137 +0x695

    I use v1.0.0 of 3mux and go1.14

    opened by talentlessguy 11
  • thanks for bring sanity to a terminal multiplexer - and a minor suggestion

    thanks for bring sanity to a terminal multiplexer - and a minor suggestion

    Very well done - you brought both functionality and usability to a next-generation terminal multiplexer, I was a long term tmux user, 3mux works far better out of the box!

    By the way, a minor suggestion - alt+b and alt+f are used by readline for moving cursor between words, they're very handy as many terminal emulators out there don't correctly handle ctrl+left/right for the same feature. Would you consider using a different default key for making a panel full screen?

    Another odd one, I'm using fish on Ubuntu 18.04, this happens to fish when I repeatedly press enter in 3mux:


    opened by HouzuoGuo 8
  • Error on macOS 10.14.6

    Error on macOS 10.14.6

    • Mac Pro (early 2009)
    • macOS 10.14.6
    • go version go1.14.1 darwin/amd64
    • Shell - Alacrity + ZSH (not with OhMyZSH!)
    • Same error occurs with iTerm and Terminal

    go get github.com/aaronjanse/3mux completes okay but 3mux [enter] gives the following...

    Stack trace...

    Error during: pane.go (shell death)
    runtime error: index out of range [0] with length 0
    Tiling state: Universe[0](Workspace(HSplit[0](Term[160x49]*)))
    goroutine 51 [running]:
    runtime/debug.Stack(0x1180c60, 0xc00000e018, 0xc0000a6cf8)
    	/usr/local/go/src/runtime/debug/stack.go:24 +0x9d
    main.fatalShutdownNow(0xc000016140, 0x49)
    	/Users/carlca/Code/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/main.go:126 +0x16c
    	/Users/carlca/Code/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/pane.go:68 +0xb3
    panic(0x1144500, 0xc0001a8040)
    	/usr/local/go/src/runtime/panic.go:967 +0x166
    	/Users/carlca/Code/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/pane.go:74 +0x230
    created by main.newTerm
    	/Users/carlca/Code/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/pane.go:65 +0x167
    Please submit a bug report with this stack trace to https://github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/issues
    opened by carlca 8
  • Error on mac os catalina

    Error on mac os catalina

      ~ go get github.com/aaronjanse/3mux
    # github.com/aaronjanse/3mux
    go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/shell.go:96:11: undefined: pty.Setsize
    go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/shell.go:96:32: undefined: pty.Winsize
    opened by dimm0 7
  • index out of range when trying to split vertically

    index out of range when trying to split vertically

    When I hit ctrl + b + shift + ' (e.g. ctrl + b + ") I get this stacktrace:

    goroutine 1 [running]:                                                                                                                                                                        
    runtime/debug.Stack(0x642e00, 0xc000010020, 0xc0000a95e8)                                                                                                                                     
            /home/v1rtl/.go/src/runtime/debug/stack.go:24 +0x9d                                                                                                                                   
            /home/v1rtl/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/main.go:65 +0xd6                                                                                                                        
    panic(0x5eb200, 0xc000018420)                                                                                                                                                                 
            /home/v1rtl/.go/src/runtime/panic.go:975 +0x3e3                                                                                                                                       
    github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/wm.(*split).refreshRenderRect(0xc00009a300, 0x0)                                                                                                                   
            /home/v1rtl/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/wm/split.go:126 +0x27c                                                                                                                  
    github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/wm.(*workspace).setRenderRect(0xc00005a6c0, 0x0, 0x0, 0xbe, 0x28)                                                                                                  
            /home/v1rtl/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/wm/workspace.go:42 +0xcb                                                                                                                
            /home/v1rtl/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/wm/universe.go:102 +0xcb                                                                                                                
    github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/wm.(*Universe).AddPaneTmux(0xc00005a660, 0xc0000a9900, 0xc000073380, 0x6032c7)                                                                                     
            /home/v1rtl/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/wm/pane-add.go:62 +0xac                                                                                                                 
            /home/v1rtl/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/wm/tiling.go:69 +0x30                                                                                                                   
    main.seiveConfigEvents(0xc0000714d0, 0xc000071500, 0xc0000716b0, 0xc000071560, 0x100, 0xc00005a660, 0x771b62, 0x1, 0x60e400)                                                                  
            /home/v1rtl/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/config.go:184 +0x2ed                                                                                                                    
            /home/v1rtl/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/main.go:145 +0xcdf                                                                                                                      
    BEFORE `Universe[0](Workspace(VSplit[1](Term[0,0 190x40], Term[0,21 190x19]*)))`  

    It happens ocassionaly on vertical split

    here's my system info

    uname -r: 5.4.0-29-generic go version: go version go1.14.3 linux/amd64

    opened by talentlessguy 6
  • Update golang.org/x/sys.

    Update golang.org/x/sys.

    This fixes the build on Darwin using Go 1.18.

    See https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71507321/go-1-18-build-error-on-mac-unix-syscall-darwin-1-13-go253-golinkname-mus

    opened by tjni 5
  • tmux bindings are buggy

    tmux bindings are buggy

    Error during: pane.go (vt.ProcessStream) runtime error: index out of range [-1] Tiling state: Universe[0](Workspace(HSplit[0](Term[181x48]*, Term[-1x48]))) goroutine 38 [running]: runtime/debug.Stack(0x1183000, 0xc00000e018, 0xc000144a88) /usr/local/Cellar/go/1.14/libexec/src/runtime/debug/stack.go:24 +0x9d main.fatalShutdownNow(0xc001c64140, 0x41) /Users/ghazni/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/main.go:125 +0x16c main.newTerm.func4.1() /Users/ghazni/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/pane.go:112 +0xb3 panic(0x11463e0, 0xc000ef2380) /usr/local/Cellar/go/1.14/libexec/src/runtime/panic.go:967 +0x15d github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/vterm.(*VTerm).handleEraseInDisplay(0xc0001b2000, 0x0, 0x0) /Users/ghazni/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/vterm/csi.go:171 +0x38c github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/vterm.(*VTerm).handleCSISequence(0xc0001b2000) /Users/ghazni/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/vterm/csi.go:87 +0x6e7 github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/vterm.(*VTerm).handleEscapeCode(0xc0001b2000) /Users/ghazni/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/vterm/stream.go:130 +0x158 github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/vterm.(*VTerm).ProcessStream(0xc0001b2000) /Users/ghazni/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/vterm/stream.go:80 +0x35f main.newTerm.func4(0xc0001b2000) /Users/ghazni/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/pane.go:115 +0x4d created by main.newTerm /Users/ghazni/go/src/github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/pane.go:109 +0x1f5

    opened by ghazninattarshah 5
  • [feature request]Could you add shortcut key

    [feature request]Could you add shortcut key "Ctrl-b d" for detach from session?


    Could you add shortcut key "Ctrl-b d" for detach from session? Right now I have to close the teminal for detach from session when I have a program running in the foreground.

    Thank you!

    opened by quaggalinux 0
  • Unicode-based frames are misaligned

    Unicode-based frames are misaligned

    Very interesting project. I thought about writing something like this myself, but as you already wrote it, I can save some time :) Thank you very much for it.

    One minor issue that I immediately found (hopefully will find and report more in fuiture):

    Maybe this issue is already reported, but I didn't find anything at the first glance.

    Unicode-based frames look like:


    Ncurses-based frames are displayed correctly:


    What is even more interesting, the same output may be displayed differently (once well, once broken):

    (please ignore the emoji line above; it is a known issue; we are talking only about the frames)


    opened by chubin 0
  • text can be selected across panes

    text can be selected across panes

    On 3mux 1.1.0 when selecting text using shift+mouse, it can be selected across vertical and horizontal splits. Just like you can without any multiplexer. It makes proper selecting multiple lines of t ext impossible.

    opened by deathtrip 1
  • Mac Terminal.app and vim wreak visual havoc

    Mac Terminal.app and vim wreak visual havoc

    With v1.1.0 on Mac using the Terminal app I get this:


    This is a fresh start of 3mux and I didn’t resize the terminal window, a single pane with vim & YCM. Note vim’s two status lines too…

    opened by jenstroeger 0
  • Optimize rendering in special cases

    Optimize rendering in special cases

    See https://github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/pull/117#pullrequestreview-609360835. Some cases to possibly optimize:

    • clearing a full-screen pane
    • clearing an entire line (e.g. the help bar)
    • maybe drawing window borders?
    opened by aaronjanse 0
  • v1.1.0(Mar 13, 2021)

    First and foremost, thank you to 3mux's new co-maintainer @PotatoParser. He has significantly improved the code quality within 3mux, and he's to thank for a lot of the stability introduced in this release, enough that we finally feel comfortable to tagging an official v1 release.

    This is the first official release since v0.3.0, and it includes significant performance, reliability, and usability improvements over the pre-release v1.0.1.

    Migration note: the v1.1.0 client can connect to v1.0.1 sessions, but the client freezes upon running 3mux detach. No session data should be lost, but the client terminal will likely have to be restarted. Future releases will aim for better backward compatibility than this.

    Build Support:

    • 3mux can now be run through Nix flakes (requires Nix 2.4+) (#114)

    Performance fixes:

    • 3mux uses much less resources while idle, and it's also much more responsive (#106)
    • 3mux is more efficient in general (#104 #97)

    Display fixes:

    • htop, nano and kakoune now work significantly better (#107)
    • Colors are more reliably handled, fixing issues seen when using bash (#94)
    • An issue was fixed where characters were disappearing in readline (#95)
    • The interactive session chooser prompt no longer messes up prompt upon Ctrl-C (#72)
    • Line wrapping works better now (#77)
    • Help page no longer depends upon tab width settings (#109)
    • Fixed bug that caused pane divider lines to disappear (#118)
    • Properly scroll when wrapping bottom right corner (#116)

    Error handling:

    • Errors are now more carefully handled to avoid broken states (#82 #100)
    • Fuzzing is more extensively used to fing bugs (e.g. #92)


    • Cleaner UI and implementation for sessions (#91)
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v1.0.0(May 25, 2020)

    To update, download the attached binaries, use your system package manager, or run go get -u github.com/aaronjanse/3mux.


    • session management (#11 #52) :tada:
      • run 3mux to create, attach to, or detach from a session
      • see 3mux --help for more information


    • screen-like keybindings are now commented-out in the default config. They were interfering with the readline shortcut ctrl+a


    • the window manager is now thread-safe
      • the fuzzer has been updated to test this
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
    3mux-v1.0.0-darwin-amd64.tar.gz(3.75 MB)
    3mux-v1.0.0-linux-amd64.tar.gz(3.38 MB)
    3mux-v1.0.0-linux-amd64.tar.gz.md5(32 bytes)
    3mux-v1.0.0-linux-arm64.tar.gz(3.13 MB)
    3mux-v1.0.0-linux-arm64.tar.gz.md5(32 bytes)
  • v0.3.0(Apr 24, 2020)

    To update 3mux, run go get -u github.com/aaronjanse/3mux.


    • 3mux now has a config file! (#24 #16)
      • 3mux searches $XDG_CONFIG_HOME. If not found, 3mux generates its config at ~/.config/3mux/config.toml
      • 3mux still aims for full usability without needing configuration
    • status bar is now optional (see config file)
    • nano-like help bar (#44)
      • disabled by default once a config file is generated
    • screen bindings in default config file (#51)
    • 3mux now supports bold text (#25)
    • 3mux warns upon an attempt to run 3mux within 3mux (#61)
    • better error handling
    • more documentation in README (#34)
    • the vterm sub-package is now usable outside of 3mux (#20)
      • not yet stable
      • see example usage in fuzz/main.go


    • search now works properly on text with unicode characters
    • moving/resizing/creating/etc windows should no longer cause panics
      • tested via new fuzzing system that required refactor of 3mux (#36 #48)
    • vim with themes should have less buggy background coloring (#25)

    Note to package maintainers: The default config file is hardcoded in config.go (this was done to make 3mux easy to package). The go.mod has updated.

    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.2.2(Apr 19, 2020)

  • v0.2.1(Apr 19, 2020)

    To update 3mux, run go get -u github.com/aaronjanse/3mux.


    • (major) fix boot panic on macOS (#56 #57)
    • better support for 256 color (#25)
    • set $TERM to xterm-256color
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.2.0(Apr 17, 2020)

    To update 3mux, run go get -u github.com/aaronjanse/3mux.


    • support for reverse styling (swap foreground & brackground)
    • shell preference is now found using /etc/passwd
    • much faster rendering

    Now supported

    • background coloring in vim
    • fish autocomplete
    • ctrl+r in bash


    • termbox is no longer a dependency


    • wide characters previously caused styling issues
    • fix occasional crash when closing windows
    • keyboard input parsing is now much more robust
    • fix some tmux keybinding crashes
    • fix underlined characters not being deleted
    • fix crash when using vim
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.1.1(Apr 14, 2020)


    • scrollback scrolling is no longer completely broken
    • errors during terminal resize are no longer fatal
    • non-ascii characters now cause less chaos
    • Erase in Display no longer randomly crashes (i and j look similar! https://github.com/aaronjanse/3mux/commit/f8553c0421721c515d69f8bdfc8c1d3c8c61cc9b)
    • bright colors are now handled better when combined with other SGR stuff
    • escape sequences are now parsed more properly, preventing most issues where gibberish is printed to the screen
    Source code(tar.gz)
    Source code(zip)
  • v0.1.0(Apr 13, 2020)

Aaron Janse
UC Berkeley '24
Aaron Janse
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