When you create a new file in kate or gedit they name them like "Untitled1" or "Unsaved Document 1". How can you change this to some other string$n pattern of your choice?
felrood wrote:It's not a bug, it's a feature!Gedit seems to display data from stdin in a new "Unsaved document". For example:echo "foobar" | geditTo break the pipe opened by krusader, i replaced the command 'gedit %U' in krusader with this script:#!/bin/bash
gedit $1 < /dev/nullman, you're a genius. thank you so much! ps.
Any Linux user will tell you that a good text editor is a vital component of a computer system, no matter if you’re a new user or a seasoned pro. While using a Terminal text editor (like nano or vim) is equally important, you might as well make use of your graphical desktop environment whenever it’s available to you.
I'm trying to teach myself Japanese. :banghead: So, naturally, I signed up at a Japanese social website for language practice. Now, all I need is to be able to type in Japanese. I followed the instructions at this site, and everything seems to work. Everything, that is, except kate.