Just a short update to those who helped Seif with Gedit stats earlier this week: his wdashboard overview start page for Gedit is available to download.
Now i’m not a massive user of GEdit (I mainly use it for reading README files) but were I a developer who made heavy use of it the ‘recently used’ and ‘most used’ views would likely speed up my workflow.
But the dash does look good, and the ‘file’ previews embedded within the thumbnails seem helpful.
Start typing in the search box to, well, search your recent text files: –
- The number of file thumbnails don’t scale with the window
The plugin can be downloaded by hitting the button below.
[button size=”medium” color=”orange” url=”http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7162902/gedit-dash.tar.gz”]Download Gedit Dash Plugin[/button]
To install the plugin first extract the package above to: –
Then enable the ‘Dashboard” plugin from Gedit > Preferences > Plugins
Ubuntu users may need to install ‘python-pygments’ in order to see file previews.