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Yes, it is called onboard. I am not sure if that is a different one, but when you click on the accessibility button in the top bar (blue circle with a white stickman), you should also see a menu entry for showing an on-screen keyboard. Some images to clarify the answer: Accessibility button ^ . . . . . . . . . . ^ Accessibility menu onboard on-screen ...


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You can also use the printf command. To add lines to your file $ printf "\nThis is a new line to your document" >> file.txt To overwrite the file $ printf "This overwrites your file" > file.txt


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These files are backups. Gedit creates them in case you make a mistake when editing a file, so you can restore it afterwards. So if you're sure that you don't want to revert those changes, you can safely delete those files ending in "~". This behavior can be changed if you want to. For this, open Gedit, go to Edit → Preferences → Editor and toggle ...


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Gedit has an option under the Editor tab in the preferences which will create a backup copy of a file before saving which is checked by default in Ubuntu and can be disabled to remove this functionality. Also it is generally safe to delete these files as they are only backups of the originals, obviously the only un-safe time to delete them would be if you ...


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You can use the following script, #!/bin/bash awk -v var="$1" '{print var" "$0 }' "$1" > /tmp/temp.txt mv /tmp/temp.txt "$1" Give the script execution permission, as chmod +x scriptname Run the script as, ./scriptname test assuming "test" is the file that you are going to modify and you are running the script from the same folder where the file ...


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The text on this page has no associated font. Therefore Firefox will substitute the default font that you set in the Options. However, the words C++ and Fortran are between italic tags. If there is an italic version of your default font installed on your system, Firefox will use that; otherwise, I guess Firefox gets confused. Thetefore, install an italic ...


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By default, .123 file extension is recognized as a spreadsheet file and the system will try to open the file with application supporting spreadsheet (like lotus / libreoffice). First you need to change the default opening type for this file extension. That can be done by, Right click on the file and select properties -> Select "Open with" tab. Select ...



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