iTerm2: How to unsplit a pane back to a tab or window

This morning I accidentally dragged an iTerm2 tab and created a split pane in one of my tabs. I searched for quite a while to find out how to move it back to its own tab. Finally, I found it at http://groups.google.com/group/iterm2-discuss/browse_thread/thread/920ff96f710a0a93:

You can already do this by holding cmd-shift-opt and dragging the pane to a
tab bar or away from any terminal window to create a new window.

3 thoughts on “iTerm2: How to unsplit a pane back to a tab or window

  1. Thanks! I’ve had my cat do this a few times (I still don’t know what keys he hit!) and it’s infuriating trying to figure out how to undo it.

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  3. Thanks, this helped me as well (back then when I was using MacOS X :-))

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