I have need of a Windows application (there is no Linux version). It works perfectly under Wine on the latest Ubuntu.
However, under some circumstances, one needs to open a text editor and edit certain text files from within this Windows application. It opens the Wine Notepad application, no problem at all.
However, I would much rather need to use Gedit (or another native and more powerful text editor).
How can I edit the command (currently "C:\windows\Notepad.exe") in the Windows application to invoke/run a native Linux application like Gedit?
start /unix /usr/bin/gedit does nor work, nor does
start /unix "/usr/bin/gedit"
Thank you very much in advance.
(Running Wine 1.8.7 on Ubuntu 17.04)