Gedit is the default text editor on GNOME, Ubuntu, and countless other Linux distros — but today I learnt that it's also unmaintained.
Wish Gedit still had its toolbar? We show you how to install an older version of popular open-source text editor on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.
GNOME has finally gotten around to updating the look and feel of their text editor, 'Gedit'.
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.
I am working on a dashboard (start page) for Gedit to make it easier for users to see their most commonly used files. We are not sure that for Gedit that "Frequent" is of interest for us, however before we take any decisions we decided to appeal to all gedit users who have been using Zeitgeist for over a month to use run the following script in a terminal via
Further to our post calling for help in creating an Ambiance theme for Gedit in Ubuntu 11.04, developer Shnatsel has packaged Badschemer - a GtkSourceViewer 'style' editor - into a .deb installer for easy-as-pie installation in Ubuntu.
Calling designers and/or those with minute attention to detail: want to play your part in shaping Ubuntu 11.04? Of course you do, and here's how.
Very “DTP”. Big improvement on their now-depreciated logo however. Designed by Henry Peters. Article originally appeared on omgubuntu.co.uk
Gedit needs a new logo. Judging by their current one (see below) I’d add the adjective desperately into proceedings. This is somewhat old news, and I’m not sure if the Gedit team are still looking […]