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gedit
gedit
Translated and reviewed by neowangdue on 2010-12-14
Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.appdata.xml.in:7
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Text Editor
དཔེ་དེབ་རྩོམ་སྒྲིག་ཆས
Translated and reviewed by neowangdue on 2010-12-14
Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.desktop.in.in:3 gedit/gedit-print-job.c:730
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Edit text files
རྩོམ་སྒྲིག་དཔེ་དེབ་ཡིག་ཚག
Translated by Yaerge on 2011-07-24
Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.appdata.xml.in:8 data/org.gnome.gedit.desktop.in.in:4
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Plaintext;Write;
(no translation yet)
Located in ../data/gedit.desktop.in.in.h:4
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Open a New Window
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.gedit.desktop.in.in.h:4
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Open a New Document
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.gedit.desktop.in.in.h:5
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Use Default Font
སོར་བཞག་ཡིག་ཚུགས་བེད་སྤྱོད་བྱེད་
Translated and reviewed by neowangdue on 2010-12-21
Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.gschema.xml.in:36
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Whether to use the system's default fixed width font for editing text instead of a font specific to gedit. If this option is turned off, then the font named in the "Editor Font" option will be used instead of the system font.
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.gedit.gschema.xml.in.h:2
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Editor Font
རྩོམ་སྒྲིག་ཆས་ཡིག་ཚུགས
Translated and reviewed by neowangdue on 2010-12-15
Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.gschema.xml.in:42
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A custom font that will be used for the editing area. This will only take effect if the "Use Default Font" option is turned off.
རྩོམ་སྒྲིག་ས་ཁུལ་དུ་བེད་སྤྱོཕད་པའི་གོམ་སྲོལ་ཡིག་གཟུགས ་མངོན་ཆུང་ཡིག་གཟུགས་བེད་སྤྱོད་གདམས་ངོསསྒོ་བརྒྱབས་ཚེ་ད་གཟོད་་ཕན་འབྲས་ཐོན
Translated and reviewed by neowangdue on 2010-12-14
Located in ../data/org.gnome.gedit.gschema.xml.in.h:5
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