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[SOLVED] how to run Nano editor from Nautilus file viewer

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http://ubuntuforums.org – Well, the 'standard' Ubuntu text editor gEdit has a bug that prevents it from opening some (many?) files and, IMHO, gEdit has gotten too complex for its own good anyway. However, there is a simple terminal-based editor, Nano, that is part of the Ubuntu distribution that seems to be a good alternative for simple file viewing and editing. However starting a terminal session and then launching Nano, remembering to use the preferred options, is a pain, so I wrote a simple shell script to launch Nano on files selected in the Nautilus file viewer and thought to share it with y'all. To 'install' t (Hardware)