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I have the following bind-key definitions in my .tmux.conf file:

bind-key -n M-I select-pane -U
bind-key -n M-K select-pane -D
bind-key -n M-J select-pane -L
bind-key -n M-L select-pane -R

However, they don't work when I open a tmux session inside of ITerm2. It looks like the OS captures those shortcuts and doesn't let tmux act on them.

I have a similar problem when I press ⌘-d within ITerm (no Tmux here) in that it triggers Mac OS X to close my terminal, even though what I want it is to delete a word in the shell (I have bindkey -e in .zshrc which should take care of that)

Below are my settings in iTerm2:   enter image description here

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