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Short answer press Insert key on your keyboard.


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Gedit plugins that are installed by your package manager will go in: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/gedit/plugins/ or /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/gedit/plugins/ Your "local" plugins, those that you installed from source are usually found in: ~/.local/share/gedit/plugins/


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That's a known bug for a long time (Nautilus and Gedit): Inability to overwrite files in shared folders from Nautilus and other means There are a few more bug reports /tickets for virtualbox and gnome. Just google around. Seems that this issue won't be fixed...


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There exists as well a possibility to achieve this without installing additional software: dconf write /org/gnome/gedit/preferences/ui/max-recents "uint32 10" Or: gsettings set org.gnome.gedit.preferences.ui max-recents "uint32 10"


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Had this problem with linux mint 17. The default key theme seems to be Emacs there, but almost no other tool than gedit care about that (which makes it look like a gedit problem, but it isn't. It's just that linux has become a config spaghetti). The solution is twofold: the key gtk-key-theme has to be changed from "Emacs" to "Default" in both GConf (the old ...


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I think you have to run next commands: xdg-mime default nemo.desktop inode/directory application/x-gnome-saved-search gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.background show-desktop-icons false gsettings set org.nemo.desktop show-desktop-icons true And check Nemo is default: xdg-mime query default inode/directory Also here exists a guide to change ...


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Sounds like a gedit bug. Specifically, this one: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gedit/+bug/1248373


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This is more suitable for a comment I suppose, since this isnt really an answer but a work-around, but I have this problem as well. Sometimes when I simply double click an icon to open a file in gedit, "Save As" is greyed out and I cant perform this action. However, right clicking the file, and selecting "open with gedit" allows me to "Save As". No idea what ...


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This will do it for you: Press & Hold Alt You'll see a menu in the Title Bar of the current(gedit) window Go to File Then, Save As


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gedit(GUI) provide the Save As option. You can either press Ctrl+shift+S or can go to File=> Save As or Right click on the file name, it gives you the Save As Option. This may help you. But yes there is no direct button to save as.(In GUI)


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The "File" item on gedit's File-Edit-View... menu should have options for: New, Open, Save - and Save As.


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Ok, I finally decided to delete the printer and re-add it and it corrected the issue.


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did you control those variable, as I ask in the previous comment?


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Until the update has been revised past 14.04, go ahead and reinstall the package: sudo apt-get --reinstall install overlay-scrollbar


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In gedit, there are several ways to close the search box. According to this site, it closes when you press either Esc or Enter (of course it is probably in the help file as well). The search is to find any shortcuts you might have set in the past that could work as one of those keys. What I would try to find directions: does this happen as well if you ...


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Hmmm... the concept of a file with various encoding is somewhat wobbly, to be honest. If you have a bit of time, this article (and this one) are worth reading. For Linux a file is a sequence of bytes. If you ask a program to interpret it as a text file, it will do it using a mapping between bytes and characters; this mapping is the encoding. Almost all the ...



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