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Installed ibus-gtk (ibus-gtk3 is already installed) and now everything is working properly.


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To my own surprise, it can be done. In the 45 minutes I tested it, it worked quite well actually, and didn't fail on me once. Nevertheless, it should be considered an experimental option, since it is done completely "from outside", so to speak, with the help of xprop, wmctrl and xdotool. To use it, you will have to accept a few peculiarities: it works well ...


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What command are you using to compile? It sounds like the compiling system is automatically generating a Makefile, which overwrites the version you're editing. You may need to edit the file the compilation program uses to generate the Makefile instead. For example, if you're using autotools (the standard "./configure; make; sudo make install" deal) you ...


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There's two ways we could interpret this - you don't specify whether you want the script to be run by the Python interpreter, or if you want it to open the script in IDLE. 1. You want to execute the script. While we can't execute the script directly from within Nautilus, we can create a .desktop file that will launch the script for you. Simply open up ...


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That is a plugin for gedit 2 and not compatible with gedit 3. I tried downloading it, putting it in the right (3.0) directory, changing the interpreter from python to python3 and upgrading the version to 3 but it still didn't work... Therefore, the solution is: contact the developer for a new version. (Probably not what you wanted to hear, but alas)


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In my installation of Ubuntu 14.10, once gedit is opened, right click on the launcher icon will display a selection list. The first entry in the list is, "Open a New Window". That works for what I need.


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Too bad no one found any answer, so I'll post my own work-arounds as a "solution" (I know though they're not really "solutions"; they're just "work-arounds") Use the toolbar for the most-often used commands. Use the Keyboard short-cuts: As the only menu-item I'm really missing from the toolbar is "File - Save As", I just press Alt+F and the menu seems ...


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type this in terminal gsettings set org.gnome.gedit.preferences.encodings auto-detected "['UTF-8', 'CURRENT', 'ISO-8859-15', 'UTF-16']"


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Make the file immutable with chattr +i Makefile command. That will prevent everything from modifying the file.



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