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Old 05-31-2013, 01:40 PM   #1
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LXer: Creating Gedit Schemes

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Gedit is a popular text editor that many users use to write notes, create BASH and Python scripts, view configuration files, etc. Sometimes, users may want to change the way Gedit displays text. This is very useful to programmers. Gedit gives specific colors to the variables and another color for the commands. Many parts of the programming syntax has a special color. This programmer can immediately identify parts of the code by seeing the color. However, what if the programmer is color-blind or does not like the way some of the colors look? Thankfully, a simple XML file can instruct Gedit how to display programming syntaxes and plain text. This single XML file, that averages around 10kB, is called a Style Scheme or a Syntax File.



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