KKEdit is a text editor based on GTK3 for GNOME, currently under development, with several useful features for the average programmer.
The latest release, 0.0.32, came out a few hours ago, and includes several new features, like two new menu entries, New Editor and New Admin Editor, two fixes in the source highlighting dropdown list, and several other minor fixes.
Unfortunately, when I try to edit an XML, trying to read that dark blue against black is murder. I am amazed that Googling "joe editor change highlighting" returns nothing! Is it really impossible to change the colours?
I'm using joe 3.1
i like this simple qt5-base text editor in dwm/LMDE pack7.
current state i have no gedit, coz it conflict with cinnamon(which for temp use).
textpad-editor is Simple and lightweight text editor based on QT4/QT5.
When I am using ipython or ipython3, I can use the %edit command to open up an editor to write my python scripts in. My problem is that the default editor is vim and I really do not get how to use that editor. What I would like to do is to change the editor to either nano or gedit.