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How to change current gedit tab without using the mouse?

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Possible dupe: askubuntu.com/questions/76082/… –  user25656 Jan 10 at 2:59
    
Well it is already answered at 2 or 3 places here, but I had to search a lot to find the shortcut and even go to Google instead. –  Esamo Jan 10 at 4:59
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Switch to the next tab to the right > Ctrl + Alt + PageDown .

For the left < tab change the last key to PageUp.


See Custom keyboard shortcuts in gedit.

Also more gedit shortcuts at help.gnome.org[...].

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Atleast mark it as answered... –  Wilf Jan 9 at 18:36
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I'd love to! However I am not allowed until 2 days will pass. –  Esamo Jan 9 at 19:54
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