When I do that, I get:

computer_name ~ [tmux 0: bash]007

in the window title, and also:

?25l

in the terminal. Any other hints? Or do you think this may be a bug with the terminal I'm using?

Thanks.

On Sun, Sep 30, 2012 at 6:40 PM, Nicholas Marriott <nicholas.marriott@gmail.com> wrote:
Change \a to \007.


On Sun, Sep 30, 2012 at 02:58:54PM -0400, Alan wrote:
>    Hi Nicholas,
>
>    Thanks so much for your reply.
>
>    I'm closer, but still not getting it. Right now, I have in my
>    ~/.tmux.conf:
>
>    set-option -g set-titles on
>    set-option -g set-titles-string "#T [tmux #I: #W]"
>    set-option -g terminal-overrides "*:tsl=\e]2;,*:fsl=\a"
>
>    But it gives me:
>
>    computer_name ~ [tmux 0: bash]a
>
>    in the window title (notice the extra "a" at the end), and then it
>    outputs:
>
>    ?25l
>
>    in the area where you type commands in the terminal. The weird thing is
>    that once I type in the terminal, the "?25l" characters there are
>    overwritten.
>
>    Is that the right syntax for "tsl" and "fsl"? What else am I doing wrong?
>
>    Thanks again.
>
>    On Sat, Sep 29, 2012 at 9:16 PM, Nicholas Marriott
>    <[1]nicholas.marriott@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>      You can control what escape sequences tmux uses to set the title by
>      changing the tsl and fsl terminfo entries (with tmux terminal-overrides
>      option or a custom terminfo). By default it uses tsl=\e]0; which is
>      the xterm sequence to change icon name and window title, I suspect you
>      want to change that to tsl=\e]2;
>
>      On Thu, Sep 27, 2012 at 06:36:32PM -0400, Alan wrote:
>      > * *I've been using something like "\e]1;TAB_NAME\a" in my PS1
>      environment
>      > * *variable to set my terminal emulator's tab name.
>      >
>      > * *I use something like "\e]2;WINDOW_TITLE\a" in my PS1 to set the
>      terminal
>      > * *emulator's titlebar name.
>      >
>      > * *When I use tmux, I've been using:
>      >
>      > * *set-option -g set-titles on
>      > * *set-option -g set-titles-string "#T [tmux #I: #W]"
>      >
>      > * *which works for the terminal emulator's titlebar name, but clobbers
>      the
>      > * *terminal emulator's tab name, TAB_NAME, to be the same as that of
>      the
>      > * *titlebar.
>      >
>      > * *How can I preserve the tab name I previously specified?
>      >
>      > * *Please CC me in your response.
>      >
>      > * *Thanks so much!
>      >
>      > * *(Note: I've previously been using screen, which doesn't clobber the
>      tab
>      > * *name when using the 'hardstatus' setting in .screenrc.)
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