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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.


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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,


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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.


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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.


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Try this: http://markitdown.medusis.com/. This should give you the expected results.


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I think there is a terminal plugin for gedit


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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


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I should just wait for the editor to open, just like steeldriver said.


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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 ...


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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!


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Gedit has this functionality natively, no need for a plugin. Try the following: Next tab CtrlAltPageDown Previous tab CtrlAltPageUp



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