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In my ubuntu type: sudo ln -sf /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/qt5/plugins/platforms/ /usr/bin/platforms Can work
"10 band" seems not to work for Ubuntu 16.04. The solution for me is "Audacious", which has an equaliser and does more than Rhythmbox.
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.
I had to find out that the build process isn't so easy to solve. However I found another approach for you to get the old version of gedit and gedit-r-plugin up and running. First removing the traces of your gedit compiling and installing tries (change the paths respectively to fit your situation). cd ~/your build dir of gedit-plugins/ sudo make uninstall ...
Have you tried downloading the right version of the package compiled for an older release and installing it manually? http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/package/core/trusty/universe/base/gedit-plugins for 3.10.1-1ubuntu2 from 14.04 http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/package/core/vivid/universe/base/gedit-plugins for 3.10.1-1ubuntu3 from 14.10 You can either use the ...
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