tmux-hints.sh v0.3 Update! The Terminal Cheat-sheet app for Devs

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tmux-hints‘ is a small shell script I wrote used to display a live cheat-sheet – or key-mapping notes – in a terminal running tmux.

As you switch from one program to another, your notes update automatically with that programs notes instead. Great for new key-combos and noobs alike.

After gaining some popularity, mainly from Reddit, I had some great feedback ready to put into action.

Version 0.3, improves on existing concepts and implementation mainly thanks to /u/vogelke and others commenting their experiences.

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tmux-hints.sh: The auto cheatsheet for vim, zsh, tmux etc.

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Being comfortable using terminal means nothing when getting used to new shortcuts, key-combos and custom mappings can be a memory-game.

I’ve ended up with a bunch of note files containing hints for all the things I should have remembered by now. There’s a better way...

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Personal Finance, Net Worth Tracking Spreadsheet

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One of the easiest things you can do to improve any situation is getting a good lay-of-the-land.

From business to personal life collecting info, mapping out the data and simply being informed can do wonders for progressing towards your goals – and the same goes for personal finance.

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