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The new GNOME text editor is cool but lacks many features I need
My trial of it went like this:
> Upgraded to Fedora 36
> “wow new text editor?”
> See it lacks features like extensions, also the option to use tabs instead of spaces doesn’t seem to work
> Uninstall it and install gedit…
I hope the new editor catches up to gedit ASAP, because I like it aesthetically
I love Gedit. I’m not dropping it.
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Just a nitpick, traversal in vim is fast because of its modal nature rather than because of keyboard shortcuts.
I do agree that that’s the main reason that traversing Vim is fast. But, if you’re a power user, using Vim feels so fast and great because you can do almost anything with 1-2 keystrokes. And that same ability to do anything that you would ever need with a single keyboard shortcut, even if the shortcuts are slightly worse, is still there in Gedit.