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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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For those of you that want to continue using RGedit, and shape the current development status of this wonderful plug-in, please fill in the following short survey proposed by Dan Dediu (the developer):


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For a wide range of gedit plugins, install the following packages: gedit-plugins gedit-developer-plugins


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Well it depends how you edited / deleted and how many times the content. Some editors like gedit creates a backup copy of file before saving with the '~' (tilde) suffix. These files with the '~' suffix are hidden files for most of file managers (like Nautilus). So, with a little bit of luck you can recovery your lost content from these files. Note - In ...


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As you can see on the rgedit homepage it has not been maintained since 2013 and this is obviously the reason why it got dropped. From my personal experience I can tell you a try to get it working with the latest gedit is more than pain in the a** and almost impossible without rewriting the whole plug-in. As far your downgrade attempts, you should ...


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On my machine it seems gedit keeps its newly added themes at: ~/.gnome2/gedit/styles/ though I believe on some installations it is at: $HOME/.local/share/gedit/styles/ The original themes are (on my machine) at: /usr/share/gtksourceview-2.0/styles/ So the information below isn't particularly relevant, though I'll let it stay because it might ...


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You can do a tweak in order to control brightness for your laptop. Please follow the following steps: Open a terminal window. Type in the following commands then hit Enter: sudo apt-get install xbacklight Open the Startup Applications Preferences menu. Click the Add button and add the following information: Name: Brightness Command: xbacklight -set ...


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I tried this on my laptop: sudo apt-get install xbacklight then xbacklight -set 80 This set my brightness to 80%. You could find a good value then add the "xbacklight -set xx" code to your startup session commands? That would set a value on logon you liked. Kind regards, Pete


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When you click on save as, on the lower left corner you will get some encodings to choose from, choose add and remove (the last entry) and you will get to a list of available encodings including various unicode encodings.


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Did'nt work for me either, on a fresh install of ROS & Ubuntu 14.04 using a package developed and distributed by ROS.org. @dmuk can we just ignore the messages and proceed without concern? Thanks.


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1. Gedit takes multiple arguments Since Gedit takes multiple arguments, you can easily do that in one command: gedit <file1> <file2> <file3> in your example: gedit /media/myData/DataFiles/file1.html /media/myData/DataFiles/file2.html /media/myData/Working/file3.html see what happens when I run gedit monkey banana tree Shortcut ...


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The error you are experiencing is because you are trying to run a GUI application on a non-GUI terminal without a DISPLAY env variable set. If you can use a visual terminal (like one you can drag around a desktop), use that instead and try sudo gedit or whatever you need to do. If you are stuck with a tty terminal, or some non-GUI based terminal, try sudo ...


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I have no idea why the errors read the way they did, but by pure luck I did author a functioning code... It goes like this: Plugin #!/usr/bin/env python3 import sys exec(sys.stdin.read()) -Shortcut key: Alt+R ---or whatever you're comfortable with -Save: Nothing -Input: Current selection(default to document) -Output: Display in the bottom pane ...


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It looks like the Commander plugin page is gone now, but you can still access the help text from the gedit menu, at least in v3.4.1: Help -> Contents -> Configure and use gedit Plugins -> Additional gedit Plugins/Commander.


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Introduction The script bellow automates installation of gedit 3.10.4 from source. It allows both using the older and newer gedit versions, in case user decides they want to go back to newer gedit. The script creates /usr/share/applications/gedit_downgraded.desktop so that you also can have a nice shortcut to the older gedit. The usage is farily simple : ...


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I have used the ".LOG" functionality of Notepad for several years and have grown to depend on it quite a bit. My answer to you is not as sophisticated as some of the replies here (I suspect that is because I am not as savvy as some of the people who have attempted to help you herein...) When the Microsoft XP OS was abandoned by Microsoft I chose to make a ...


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Option 1: Page Up and Page Down keys do this, but may move you further than you want. Option 2: I don't know if this works in gedit, but it does in kate, the KDE equivalent. Ctrl+↑ or Ctrl+↓ scrolls the page down or up, one line at a time. Unfortunately, it doesn't move the cursor with it.


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The solution is quite complicated so make sure you read and proceed carefully. As preparation to this make sure you enabled all packet sources so your /etc/apt/sources.list looks like this and do an upgrade: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade reboot To install the old version: Then as a first step, you need to remove the existing version of ...


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I had a same problem with applications like LibreOffice 5 and terminal and gedit. Menu bar was missing from both of this applications. It occurred after upgrading Ubuntu to 16.04 from 14.04... I used following two commands and it worked for me... dconf reset -f /org/compiz/ setsid unity Use above two commands and I hope it will work for you also...



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