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I just read a sentence:

For sessions the preview shows the active panes in as many windows will fit; for windows as many panes as will fit; and for panes only the selected pane.

So it seems that the preview would show all windows when it's possible. But I don't know how the subsequent "; for windows ...; and for panes" constraints means.

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  • It tells you what happens under three different circumstances.
    – mdewey
    Aug 1 at 13:30
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You could split that up, using the semicolons as cues, into:

For sessions the preview shows the active panes in as many windows will fit

For windows the preview shows the active panes in as many panes will fit

For panes the preview shows only the selected pane

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