Tmuxifier allows you to easily create, edit, and load „layout“ files, which are simple shell scripts where you use the tmux command and helper commands provided by tmuxifier to manage Tmux sessions and windows.
Window layouts create a new Tmux window, optionally setting the window title and root path where all shells are cd’d to by default. It allows you to easily split a window into specifically sized panes and more as you wish.
You can load a window layout directly into your current Tmux session, or into a session layout to have the window created along with the session.
Session layouts create a new Tmux session, optionally setting a session title and root path where all shells in the session are cd’d to by default. Windows can be added to the session either by loading existing window layouts, or defined directly within the session layout file.
window_root "~/Desktop" new_window "Example Window" split_v 20 run_cmd "watch -t date" split_h 60 select_pane 0