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gedit is the official text editor of the GNOME desktop environment. While aiming at simplicity and ease of use, gedit is a powerful general purpose text editor.
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Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.appdata.xml.in:10
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Whether you are writing the next bestseller, programming an innovative application, or simply taking some quick notes, gedit will be a reliable tool to accomplish your task.
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Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.appdata.xml.in:15
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Its flexible plugin system allows you to tailor the application to your needs and adapt it to your workflow.
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Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.appdata.xml.in:20
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Text;Editor;Plaintext;Write;
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.gedit.desktop.in.in.h:4
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'Monospace 12'
Translators: This is a GSettings default value. Do NOT change or localize the quotation marks!
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Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.gschema.xml.in:41
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'Monospace 9'
Translators: This is a GSettings default value. Do NOT change or localize the quotation marks!
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Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.gschema.xml.in:229
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'Sans 11'
Translators: This is a GSettings default value. Do NOT change or localize the quotation marks!
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Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.gschema.xml.in:235
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'Sans 8'
Translators: This is a GSettings default value. Do NOT change or localize the quotation marks!
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Located in data/org.gnome.gedit.gschema.xml.in:241
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['UTF-8', 'CURRENT', 'ISO-8859-15', 'UTF-16']
Translators: This is the sorted list of encodings used by gedit
for automatic detection of the file encoding. You may want to customize it adding
encodings that are common in your country, for instance the GB18030 encoding
for the Chinese translation. You may also want to remove the ISO-8859-15 encoding
(covering English and most Western European languages) if you think people
in your country will rarely use it.
"CURRENT" is a magic value used by gedit and it represents the encoding
for the current locale, so please don't translate the "CURRENT" term.
Only recognized encodings are used.
See http://git.gnome.org/browse/gedit/tree/gedit/gedit-encodings.c#n152 for
a list of supported encodings
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.gedit.gschema.xml.in.h:84
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['ISO-8859-15']
Translators: This is the list of encodings shown by default in the Character Encoding
menu in open/save file selector. Only recognized encodings are displayed.
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.gedit.gschema.xml.in.h:89
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Contributors to this translation: Aniruddha Adhikary, Enam Mijbah Noor, Jamal Uddin, Jamil Ahmed, Kaustav Das Modak, Mahay Alam Khan, Maruf Ovee, Runa Bhattacharjee, Runa Bhattacharjee, S. M. Ibrahim (Lavluda), Sadia Afroz, Tushar Roy, Zenat Rahnuma, hizibiz, nasir khan saikat, runa, শুভ্র প্রকাশ পাল.