I've started using some more cleaner looking status lines for tmux and vim, these two solutions work the best for me.
Oh My Tmux! - https://github.com/gpakosz/.tmux
"Oh My Tmux! My pretty + versatile self-contained tmux configuration (in other words the best tmux configuration)"
This really is the best configuration, however I still wanted to use some of my own keybinds (which i'll supply below). I also use the powerline separators to get the full look for maximum sleekness.
#Custom settings set -g base-index 1 set-window-option -g automatic-rename on set-option -g set-titles on setw -g mode-keys vi #setw -g mode-mouse on setw -g monitor-activity on bind-key v split-window -h bind-key g split-window -v bind-key J resize-pane -D 5 bind-key K resize-pane -U 5 bind-key H resize-pane -L 5 bind-key L resize-pane -R 5 bind-key M-j resize-pane -D bind-key M-k resize-pane -U bind-key M-h resize-pane -L bind-key M-l resize-pane -R # Vim style pane selection bind h select-pane -L bind j select-pane -D bind k select-pane -U bind l select-pane -R bind -n S-Left previous-window bind -n S-Right next-window set -sg escape-time 0
vim-airline - https://github.com/vim-airline/vim-airline
Vim airline is another very sleek statusline which also contains an option to provide a status line for the tab bars at the top. I'm using the "light" theme but you can select your own theme by using
:AirlineTheme <theme> inside of vim after installation. It's similar to how you normally choose syntax themes (