Since I spend a lot of time on my laptop, I've gotten used to using keyboard shortcuts for everything. I want to be able to switch from tab to tab of opened documents in gedit by pressing Ctrl+Tab ...
Here is my problem: I took the plugin "proper-editing-plugin" (http://code.google.com/p/proper-editing-plugin/) in order to have special bindings for gedit. The plugin works perfectly by clicking in ...
Suddenly the Gedit shortcuts stopped working. For example, Ctrl+F, instead of finding a string makes the cursor to the next character. Ctrl+H now has the same functionality as backspace. I tried ...
In Gedit, I installed the line_tools plugin. It uses Ctrl+D to duplicate the the current line. When I pressed Ctrl+D, it did the opposite! It deleted the line instead! It turns out that Gedit has ...
I want to have the same keybindings in gedit and in bash. Namely all the selections, also cut, copy and paste. I know there are some important ones that are already taken (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+W, etc), ...
In Windows I never turn my NumLock on. I navigate through the page line with Home and End, and when I want to mark a line I use them in a combination with the Shift key. Pretty basic stuff right? Well ...