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2016 Update To install all the gedit plugins, try: sudo apt-get install gedit-plugins This worked great on Ubuntu 14.04. I'm currently using gedit version 3.10.4. You will need to activate them by navigating to Edit - Preferences - Plugins. Then select the desired plugins to activate.
No, you cannot do this with gedit. This was a declined feature request. It can apparently be done with a plugin, but such a plugin is not published - not that I can find, anyway,
Read this: https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1542489 I decided to use pluma instead of gedit: sudo apt-get install pluma It looks just like gedit did about 2 versions ago. This will work fine (for me) until gedit gets straightened out.
If Gedit and Nautilus aren't showing any Recent entries & ~/.local/share/recently-used.xbel is no longer being written to then most likely from changing the default Privacy settings. To check open System Settings > Security & Privacy > Files & Applications > and make sure that Record file and application usage is enabled.
Try this: http://markitdown.medusis.com/. This should give you the expected results.
I think there is a terminal plugin for gedit
gedit is a text editor - it will color the syntax but won't help you compile or debug it. What I suggest you use is geany. It is a very simple, very easy to use IDE, which you can use to write,compile, and debug. It's available through either Software Center or sudo apt-get install geany
I should just wait for the editor to open, just like steeldriver said.
These instructions will not work if you edited /etc/profile, as those changes affect all users. This is why you should... ...be careful when messing with your user's path, and make sure to make a copy of mission-critical files you edit! Reboot your machine. At the login screen, where you would normally type your password, hold Control and Alt, then ...
The preferences are under edit at the bottom of the list. Try to get the menu-bar back, or if that fails remove it entirely and install a fresh new instance of gedit, mine is 3.10.4, so yours is a bit old!
Gedit has this functionality natively, no need for a plugin. Try the following: Next tab CtrlAltPageDown Previous tab CtrlAltPageUp
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