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Getting Quickly to use Gvim instead of Gedit
How do I get Quickly to use Gvim (or just vim in a terminal) as its default text editor instead of Gedit? If this can be done, I must be doing it wrong... Ubuntu 10.10 AMD64.
Jan 17 '11 at 20:58
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