wezterm cli activate-tab¶
Since: Version 20230326-111934-3666303c
The functionality described in this section requires version 20230326-111934-3666303c of wezterm, or a more recent version.
Activate a tab Usage: wezterm cli activate-tab [OPTIONS] Options: --tab-id <TAB_ID> Specify the target tab by its id --tab-index <TAB_INDEX> Specify the target tab by its index within the window that holds the current pane. Indices are 0-based, with 0 being the left-most tab. Negative numbers can be used to reference the right-most tab, so -1 is the right-most tab, -2 is the penultimate tab and so on --tab-relative <TAB_RELATIVE> Specify the target tab by its relative offset. -1 selects the tab to the left. -2 two tabs to the left. 1 is one tab to the right and so on. Unless `--no-wrap` is specified, relative moves wrap around from the left-most to right-most and vice versa. --no-wrap When used with tab-relative, prevents wrapping around and will instead clamp to the left-most when moving left or right-most when moving right --pane-id <PANE_ID> Specify the current pane. The default is to use the current pane based on the environment variable WEZTERM_PANE. The pane is used to figure out which window contains appropriate tabs -h, --help Print help (see a summary with '-h')