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I just had similar problem. I'm using Debian Jessie and to start gedit as root this line was then finally working: sudo -H gedit


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I experience this issue after I copy or paste some text in a new, unsaved tab, using the keyboard shortcuts ( Ctrl+C / Ctrl+V ). Seems that by opening a dialog (for example the replace text dialog), fixes the issue. It also happened that I had the issue on a tab and opening a dialog didn't help. I suspected that some other tab was causing the issue so I ...


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Currently, you have .deb packages with gedit 3.10 for Ubuntu 16.04 here: gedit gedit-common You can download them (choose package depending on your architecture) and install. For instance: sudo dpkg -i gedit_3.10.4-0ubuntu13_amd64.deb gedit-common_3.10.4-0ubuntu13_all.deb (This command will uninstall your current version of gedit and install the new ...


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In gedit menu, go to Edit -> Preferences. When the gedit Preferences window pops up, click on the Editor tab, and you will be able to change the Tab Width setting accordingly.


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The warnings from gedit on the server that I use for student accounts are very distracting to the students. Modifying Dan's answer a bit allows student to still type gedit as usual. I put this in /etc/profile.d/custom.sh (in Centos 7, but presumably it will work in Ubuntu also, or in a user's .profile file) function gedit-bg() { if [ ! -n "$1" ]; then ...


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I believe gedit functions via plugins to highlight and console for different languages. From a quick google search, I found a gedit bug with this comment: 'in /usr/lib/gedit/plugin choice your plugin for example gemini.plugin Change [Plugin] Loader = python by [Plugin] Loader = python3 In some plugins it worked for me'



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