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Printing Line Wrapping Mode
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Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.gschema.xml.in:204
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Restore Previous Cursor Position
කර්සරයේ පෙර ස්ථානය යලි පිහිටුවන්න
Translated and reviewed by පසිඳු කාවින්ද on 2011-07-01
Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.gschema.xml.in:147
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Right Margin Position
දකුණු මායිමේ පිහිටීම
Translated by Danishka Navin on 2007-08-29
Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.gschema.xml.in:126
42.
Sans 11
Translators: This is the Header font for printing.
This is a Pango font.
Sans 11
Translated by Danishka Navin on 2007-08-15
Located in ../data/gedit.schemas.in.in.h:45
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Sans 8
Translators: This is the Line Number font for printing.
This is a Pango font.
Sans 8
Translated by Danishka Navin on 2007-08-15
Located in ../data/gedit.schemas.in.in.h:48
44.
Side Pane is Visible
පැතිපුවරුව දෘශ්‍ය වේ
Translated by Danishka Navin on 2007-08-15
Located in ../data/gedit.schemas.in.in.h:49
45.
Smart Home End
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Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.gschema.xml.in:142
46.
Sorted list of encodings used by gedit for automatically detecting the encoding of a file. "CURRENT" represents the current locale encoding. Only recognized encodings are used.
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.gedit.gschema.xml.in.h:86
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Specifies how the cursor moves when the HOME and END keys are pressed. Use "DISABLED" to always move at the start/end of the line, "AFTER" to move to the start/end of the line the first time the keys are pressed and to the start/end of the text ignoring whitespaces the second time the keys are pressed, "BEFORE" to move to the start/end of the text before moving to the start/end of the line and "ALWAYS" to always move to the start/end of the text instead of the start/end of the line.
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Located in ../data/gedit.schemas.in.in.h:52
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Specifies how to wrap long lines for printing. Use "GTK_WRAP_NONE" for no wrapping, "GTK_WRAP_WORD" for wrapping at word boundaries, and "GTK_WRAP_CHAR" for wrapping at individual character boundaries. Note that the values are case-sensitive, so make sure they appear exactly as mentioned here.
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Located in ../data/gedit.schemas.in.in.h:53
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Contributors to this translation: Danishka Navin, Harindu Perera, Thambaru Wijesekara, chandpriyankara, shanuka, පසිඳු කාවින්ද.