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Update Gedit to 2.32 being able to use SyncTeX on 11.04?

I found this nice demonstration showing the use of SyncTeX with Gedit and evince. I would like to use this nice feature but my Ubuntu Natty Narwhal (11.04) does not have Gedit in the version of 2.32. ...
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1answer
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Why does gedit print cover pages? [closed]

I am printing a program listing from Gedit ok but am also getting a Cups cover page before and after the listing. An annoying waste of paper etc. I have just started using Ubuntu, so this may have ...
4
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1answer
1k views

How can upgrade gedit 2.30.4 to version 3?

I want to use some plugins available for v3 of gedit.
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1answer
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how to open/change config file of tvmobili in terminal

I must make some changes in my config file for my media server; tvmobili but I don't know where to find it, what commands must I use?
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1answer
910 views

How do I replace gedit 3.06 with gedit 2.30.4?

I have some problem. I have installed gnome 3, and now I have gedit 3.0.6 version. I need to replace it by gedit 2.30.4 version. Any suggestions?
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1answer
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How to avoid warning message while using gedit?

How to avoid the following warning message from gedit(2.30.4) on Ubuntu 11.04. (gedit:25519): CRITICAL **: gedit_spell_checker_language_to_key: assertion `lang != NULL' failed
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0answers
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Gedit thinks everything is an Apache config file [closed]

When I open a text file that does not have the .txt extension, Gedit sets the syntax highlighting to Apache Conf every single time. This only started happening after my upgrade to 11.04. Is there a ...
3
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1answer
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How to know which versions of application I can install via apt

I try to use apt-cache search gedit But there is no information about version. I am trying to install gedit 2.30.4 (by default it is 3.x on Gnome 3). But there is no gedit with this version. sudo ...
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3answers
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Installed gmate but themes and plugins now showing up in gedit

I am installing gmate on Ubuntu 11.04 (Gnome 3): sudo apt-get install gedit-gmate But gedit is untouched (there should appear new themes and plugins).