Commit e60d0246 authored by Kat's avatar Kat

Remove spaces from tags in help, bug 691330

Move tags so that tag and content are on the same line in most cases.
Also reflowed paragraphs to finish changes from commit
fc000493. Remove whitespaces and tabs.
parent 40ae4009
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<p>To change the color scheme, complete the following steps:</p>
<steps>
<item><p>Select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Font &amp;
Colors</gui></guiseq>.</p></item>
<item><p>Select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui>
<gui>Font &amp; Colors</gui></guiseq>.</p></item>
<item><p>Choose your desired color scheme.</p></item>
</steps>
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page includes downloads and screenshots. I'm open to including the help here,
though. -->
<p>You can also use color schemes that have been created by others, or
create and use your own color schemes.</p>
create and use your own color schemes.</p>
<p>Instructions on how to install custom color schemes, as well as examples
of color schemes that you can download and use, are available on the
of color schemes that you can download and use, are available on the
<link href="http://live.gnome.org/GtkSourceView/StyleSchemes">gedit wiki
</link>.</p>
</section>
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<title>Use fullscreen mode</title>
<p>When working with a large document, you may find it helpful to work in
<p>When working with a large document, you may find it helpful to work in
<app>gedit's</app> fullscreen mode. Using fullscreen mode will hide the
<gui>menu bar</gui>, <gui>tab bar</gui> and the <gui>tool bar</gui>,
presenting you with more of your text and allowing you to better focus on your
tasks.</p>
presenting you with more of your text and allowing you to better focus on
your tasks.</p>
<section id="turn-on-full-screen">
<title>Turn on fullscreen mode</title>
<p>To turn on fullscreen mode, select <guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Fullscreen
</gui></guiseq>, or press <key>F11</key>. <app>gedit's</app> menu, title,
and tab-bars will hide, and you will only be presented with the text of
your current file.</p>
<p>To turn on fullscreen mode, select <guiseq><gui>View</gui>
<gui>Fullscreen</gui></guiseq>, or press <key>F11</key>. <app>gedit's</app>
menu, title, and tab-bars will hide, and you will only be presented with
the text of your current file.</p>
<p>If you need to perform an action from the <app>gedit</app> menu while
working in fullscreen mode, move your mouse pointer to the top of the
screen. The <app>gedit</app> menu bar will reappear, and you can select
your desired action.</p>
<note><p>To switch between open tabs while in fullscreen mode, press either
<keyseq><key>Ctrl</key><key>Alt</key><key>PgUp</key></keyseq> or <keyseq><key>
Ctrl</key><key>Alt</key><key>PgDn</key></keyseq>.</p></note>
<note><p>To switch between open tabs while in fullscreen mode, press either
<keyseq><key>Ctrl</key><key>Alt</key><key>PgUp</key></keyseq> or
<keyseq><key> Ctrl</key><key>Alt</key><key>PgDn</key></keyseq>.</p></note>
</section>
<section id="turn-off-full-screen">
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<p>
The most common way to switch between files in <app>gedit</app> is by using
the tabs at the top of the <app>gedit</app> window. In some cases, though,
particularly when you are working with a large number of open files, you may
find it easier to use the <app>side pane</app>.
particularly when you are working with a large number of open files, you
may find it easier to use the <app>side pane</app>.
</p>
<p>
To activate the <app>side pane</app>, select <guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>
Side Pane</gui></guiseq>, or just press the <key>F9</key> key.
To activate the <app>side pane</app>, select <guiseq><gui>View</gui>
<gui>Side Pane</gui></guiseq>, or just press the <key>F9</key> key.
</p>
<note style="note">
<p>
You can toggle the <gui>side pane</gui> open or closed by pressing <key>
F9</key> at any time.
You can toggle the <gui>side pane</gui> open or closed by pressing
<key>F9</key> at any time.
</p>
</note>
<section id="sidepane-open">
<title>Opening files from the side pane</title>
<p>
To open files from the <app>side pane</app>, first open the <app>side pane
</app> by selecting <guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Side Pane</gui></guiseq>,
then click on the <gui>file-browser</gui> icon at the bottom of the pane.
To open files from the <app>side pane</app>, first open the
<app>side pane</app> by selecting <guiseq><gui>View</gui>
<gui>Side Pane</gui></guiseq>, then click on the <gui>file-browser</gui>
icon at the bottom of the pane.
</p>
<p>
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</p>
<p>
This will activate the <em>file-browser</em> mode of the <app>side pane
</app>. You can then use the navigation buttons at the top of the pane to
locate and open your desired files.
This will activate the <em>file-browser</em> mode of the
<app>side pane</app>. You can then use the navigation buttons at the top
of the pane to locate and open your desired files.
</p>
</section>
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<title>Using the side pane to switch between open files</title>
<p>
Once you have several files open, you can use the side pane to switch
between open files. To activate the file browser portion of the <app>side
pane</app>, click on the <gui>file</gui> icon at the bottom of the <gui>
side pane</gui>.
between open files. To activate the file browser portion of the
<app>side pane</app>, click on the <gui>file</gui> icon at the bottom of
the <gui>side pane</gui>.
</p>
<p>
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<p>To open a file in <app>gedit</app>, click the <gui>Open</gui> button, or
press <keyseq><key>Ctrl</key><key>O</key></keyseq>.</p>
<p>This will cause the <gui>Open Files</gui> dialog to appear. Use your mouse
or keyboard to select the file that you wish to open, and then click <gui>
Open</gui>. The file that you've selected will open in a new tab.</p>
or keyboard to select the file that you wish to open, and then click
<gui>Open</gui>. The file that you've selected will open in a new tab.</p>
<p>To close the <gui>Open Files</gui> dialog without opening a file, click
<gui>Cancel</gui>.</p>
<note style="tip"><p>You can use the <key>Ctrl</key> and <key>Shift</key> keys
to open more than one file at a time. If you hold down the <key>Ctrl</key>
key while you select multiple files, clicking <gui>Open</gui> will open each
of the files that you have selected.</p>
<note style="tip"><p>You can use the <key>Ctrl</key> and <key>Shift</key>
keys to open more than one file at a time. If you hold down the
<key>Ctrl</key> key while you select multiple files, clicking <gui>Open</gui>
will open each of the files that you have selected.</p>
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<p>Holding down the <key>Shift</key> while you select multiple files will open
the first file that you select, the last file that you select, and all of the
files in between.</p></note>
<p>Holding down the <key>Shift</key> while you select multiple files will
open the first file that you select, the last file that you select, and all
of the files in between.</p></note>
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a server, but may need to save any changes to the file locally, on your own
computer.</p>
<p>With these caveats in mind, perform the following steps to open a file from
a server using <app>gedit</app>:</p>
<p>With these caveats in mind, perform the following steps to open a file
from a server using <app>gedit</app>:</p>
<steps>
<item><p>Choose <guiseq><gui>File</gui><gui>Open</gui></guiseq> to display
the <gui>Open Files</gui> dialog.</p></item>
<item><p>Select the <gui>Pencil</gui> icon near the top of the <gui>Open
Files</gui> dialog.</p></item>
<item><p>Enter the IP Address or URL of the appropriate server.</p></item>
<item><p>Choose <guiseq><gui>File</gui><gui>Open</gui></guiseq> to
display the <gui>Open Files</gui> dialog.</p></item>
<item><p>Select the <gui>Pencil</gui> icon near the top of the
<gui>Open Files</gui> dialog.</p></item>
<item><p>Enter the IP Address or URL of the appropriate
server.</p></item>
<item><p>Find and select the file that you wish to open.</p></item>
<item><p>Use the Character coding drop-down list to select the appropriate
character coding.</p></item>
<item><p>Use the Character coding drop-down list to select the
appropriate character coding.</p></item>
<item><p>Click <gui>Open</gui>.</p></item>
</steps>
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supported by <app>gvfs</app>.</p>
<note>
<p>Files from some types of URI are opened as read-only, and any changes you
make must be saved to a different location. For example, HTTP only allows
files to be read. Files opened from FTP are read-only because not all FTP
servers may correctly work with saving remote files.</p>
<p>Files from some types of URI are opened as read-only, and any changes
you make must be saved to a different location. For example, HTTP only
allows files to be read. Files opened from FTP are read-only because not
all FTP servers may correctly work with saving remote files.</p>
</note>
</page>
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<p>To enable the plugin, select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui>
<gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Bracket Completion</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<note><p>This plugin does not automatically insert closing HTML or XML tags.
</p></note>
<note><p>This plugin does not automatically insert closing HTML or XML
tags.</p></note>
</page>
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<title>Change case</title>
<p>This plugin helps you to change the case of selected portions of text. You
can use it to change text to be all lower case, all upper case, to invert the
case, or apply title case. To enable this plugin, select <guiseq><gui>Edit
</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Change Case</gui></guiseq>.
</p>
<p>Once the <em>Change Case</em> plugin is enabled, you can use it by completing
the following steps:</p>
<p>This plugin helps you to change the case of selected portions of text. You
can use it to change text to be all lower case, all upper case, to invert the
case, or apply title case. To enable this plugin, select
<guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Change
Case</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<p>Once the <em>Change Case</em> plugin is enabled, you can use it by
completing the following steps:</p>
<steps>
<item><p>Highlight the portion of text that you want to change.</p></item>
<item><p>Select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Change Case</gui></guiseq></p>
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<p>The updates to the text formatting will take place immediately.</p>
<note style="tip"><p>The <gui>Invert Case</gui> option will convert all lower
case letters to upper case, and will convert all upper case letters to lower
case.</p>
<p>The <gui>Title Case</gui> option will convert the first letter of each word
to upper case. All other letters will be converted to lower case.</p></note>
<note><p>If you have not highlighted any text, the <em>Change Case</em> feature
will be grayed-out. You need to select a portion of text before you use the <em>
Change Case</em> feature.</p></note>
<note style="tip">
<p>The <gui>Invert Case</gui> option will convert all lower case letters to
upper case, and will convert all upper case letters to lower case.</p>
<p>The <gui>Title Case</gui> option will convert the first letter of each
word to upper case. All other letters will be converted to lower
case.</p>
</note>
<note>
<p>If you have not highlighted any text, the <em>Change Case</em> feature
will be grayed-out. You need to select a portion of text before you use the
<em>Change Case</em> feature.</p>
</note>
</page>
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<comment>
<cite date="2011-08-16" href="mailto:ch3pjw@bath.ac.uk">Paul Weaver</cite>
<p>This assumes the reader knows how to use gedit in general. By the end of
this page, the reader will be able to use the character map plugin to insert
characters into their documents.</p>
this page, the reader will be able to use the character map plugin to
insert characters into their documents.</p>
</comment>
<p>The <app>Character Map</app> plugin enables you to insert characters into
your document that you may not be able to type easily using your keyboard. To
enable this plugin, select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>
Plugins</gui><gui>Character Map</gui></guiseq>.</p>
enable this plugin, select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui>
<gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Character Map</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<section id="using-character-map">
<title>Using Character Map</title>
<p>Once the plugin is enabled, you can add characters from the <em>Character
Map</em> tab of the side panel (<guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Side Panel</gui>
</guiseq>).</p>
<p>Once the plugin is enabled, you can add characters from the
<em>Character Map</em> tab of the side panel (<guiseq><gui>View</gui>
<gui>Side Panel</gui></guiseq>).</p>
<steps>
<item><p>Place the cursor at the point in your document at which you would
like your special character.</p></item>
<item><p>Open the side panel by selecting <guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Side
Panel</gui></guiseq>, or by pressing <key>F9</key>.</p></item>
<item><p>Select the <em>Character Map</em> tab in the side panel.</p></item>
<item><p>Open the side panel by selecting <guiseq><gui>View</gui>
<gui>Side Panel</gui></guiseq>, or by pressing <key>F9</key>.</p></item>
<item><p>Select the <em>Character Map</em> tab in the side
panel.</p></item>
<item><p>If neccessary, choose the character set to which your character
belongs from the list at the top of the <em>Character Map</em> tab (e.g.,
Arabic).</p></item>
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<title>Code comment</title>
<p>Code comments are portions of text that make it easier for people to
understand a program's code, but they don't affect how a program works.
Comments are separated from other parts of a program by special characters.
</p>
<p>Code comments are portions of text that make it easier for people to
understand a program's code, but they don't affect how a program works.
Comments are separated from other parts of a program by special
characters.</p>
<p>The <app>code comment</app> plugin makes it easier to quickly create or
remove code comments. To enable the code comment plugin, select <guiseq><gui>
Edit</gui><gui> Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Code comment</gui>
</guiseq>.</p>
remove code comments. To enable the code comment plugin, select
<guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui> Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui>
<gui>Code comment</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<p>To create or remove a comment:</p>
<steps>
<item><p>Highlight the portion of text where you want to add or remove
a comment.</p></item>
<item><p>To add a comment, click <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Comment Code
</gui></guiseq>, or press <keyseq><key>Ctrl</key><key>M</key></keyseq>.</p>
</item>
<item><p>To remove a comment, click <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Uncomment
Code</gui></guiseq>, or press <keyseq><key>Shift</key><key>Ctrl</key>
<item><p>To add a comment, click <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui>
<gui>Comment Code</gui></guiseq>, or press <keyseq><key>Ctrl</key>
<key>M</key></keyseq>.</p></item>
<item><p>To remove a comment, click <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui>
<gui>Uncomment Code</gui></guiseq>, or press <keyseq><key>Shift</key>
<key>Ctrl</key><key>M</key></keyseq>.</p></item>
</steps>
<note style="tip"><p><app>Gedit</app> will automatically use the correct
style of comment based on the language or syntax of the file. If <app>gedit
</app> doesn't identify your language or syntax, you can select it from
the language list in the bottom <gui>Status bar</gui>.</p></note>
<note style="tip"><p><app>Gedit</app> will automatically use the correct
style of comment based on the language or syntax of the file. If
<app>gedit</app> doesn't identify your language or syntax, you can select it
from the language list in the bottom <gui>Status bar</gui>.</p></note>
</page>
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whitespace visible, you can more easily see how whitespace is used in a
document, and can apply spacing strategies more consistently.</p>
<p>To enable this plugin, select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui>
<gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Draw Spaces</gui></guiseq>. After you have enabled the
plugin, you can set its options by highlighting the plugin and selecting <gui>
Preferences</gui>.</p>
<p>To enable this plugin, select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui>
<gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Draw Spaces</gui></guiseq>.
After you have enabled the plugin, you can set its options by highlighting
the plugin and selecting <gui>Preferences</gui>.</p>
<list>
<title>By default, the <app>Draw Spaces</app> plugin will mark the following
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<title>External tools</title>
<p>The <em>External Tools</em> plugin can help simplify repetitive tasks.
<p>The <em>External Tools</em> plugin can help simplify repetitive tasks.
Specifically, it extends <app>gedit</app> by helping you to run scripts on
your working files, and by allowing <app>gedit</app> to interact with other
programs on your computer. To enable the <app>External Tools</app> plugin,
select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>
External Tools</gui></guiseq>.</p>
select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui>
<gui>External Tools</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<section id="plugin-config-external-tools">
<title>Configure the external tools plugin</title>
<p>Once you have enabled the plugin, you will need to configure it to suit
your needs. The configuration options are available by selecting <guiseq><gui>
Tools</gui><gui>Manage External Tools</gui></guiseq>.</p>
your needs. The configuration options are available by selecting
<guiseq><gui>Tools</gui><gui>Manage External Tools</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<note style="caution"><p>This plugin is for advanced users, and requires
knowledge of scripting to be used effectively. Use this plugin with care, as
mistakes with your scripts can affect your work in unintended ways.</p></note>
<note style="caution">
<p>This plugin is for advanced users, and requires knowledge of scripting
to be used effectively. Use this plugin with care, as mistakes with your
scripts can affect your work in unintended ways.</p>
</note>
</section>
</page>
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<title>File browser pane</title>
<p>Depending on how you use <app>gedit</app>, you may find it helpful to use
the <app>File Browser pane</app> plugin. This plugin embeds a <app>file
browser</app> in the side pane, giving you easy access to your frequently-used
files.</p>
the <app>File Browser pane</app> plugin. This plugin embeds a
<app>file browser</app> in the side pane, giving you easy access to your
frequently-used files.</p>
<p>You can enable the <gui>Side Pane</gui> by selecting <guiseq><gui>Edit
</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>File Browser Pane</gui>
</guiseq>.</p>
<p>You can enable the <gui>Side Pane</gui> by selecting
<guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui>
<gui>File Browser Pane</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<section id="sidepane-open">
<title>Opening files from the side pane</title>
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</p>
<p>
This will activate the <em>file-browser</em> mode of the <app>side pane
</app>. You can then use the navigation buttons at the top of the pane to
locate and open your desired files.
This will activate the <em>file-browser</em> mode of the
<app>side pane</app>. You can then use the navigation buttons at the top
of the pane to locate and open your desired files.
</p>
</section>
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<title>Insert date/time</title>
<p>As this name of this plugin suggests, the <gui>Insert Date/Time</gui> plugin
allows you to insert the date and/or time at the current cursor position. To
enable this plugin, select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>
Plugins</gui><gui>Insert Date/Time</gui></guiseq>. To use the plugin, press
<guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Insert Date and Time</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<p>As this name of this plugin suggests, the <gui>Insert Date/Time</gui>
plugin allows you to insert the date and/or time at the current cursor
position. To enable this plugin, select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui>
<gui>Preferences</gui><gui> Plugins</gui>
<gui>Insert Date/Time</gui></guiseq>. To use the plugin, press
<guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Insert Date and Time</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<p>By default, the <gui>Insert Date/Time</gui> plugin will prompt you to choose
your preferred date/time format each time that you use the plugin. However, you
can choose your own default date and time format by selecting <guiseq><gui>Edit
</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Insert Date/Time</gui><gui>
Configure</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<p>By default, the <gui>Insert Date/Time</gui> plugin will prompt you to
choose your preferred date/time format each time that you use the plugin.
However, you can choose your own default date and time format by selecting
<guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui>
<gui>Insert Date/Time</gui><gui>Configure</gui></guiseq>.</p>
</page>
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<title>Modelines</title>
<p>The <app>Modelines</app> plugin allows <app>gedit</app> to analyze the lines
of text at the start and end of a file, and then apply a set of document
preferences to the file. The <app>Modelines</app> plugin supports a subset of
the options used by the <app>Emacs</app>, <app>Kate</app> and <app>Vim</app>
text editors.</p>
<p>The <app>Modelines</app> plugin allows <app>gedit</app> to analyze the
lines of text at the start and end of a file, and then apply a set of
document preferences to the file. The <app>Modelines</app> plugin supports a
subset of the options used by the <app>Emacs</app>, <app>Kate</app> and
<app>Vim</app> text editors.</p>
<p>To enable the <app>Modelines</app> plugin, select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui>
<gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Modelines</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<p>To enable the <app>Modelines</app> plugin, select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui>
<gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Modelines</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<section id="modelines-general">
<title>General Modeline Options</title>
<p>The following options can be set using <app>gedit</app> modelines:</p>
<list>
<item><p>Tab width</p></item>
<item><p>Indent width</p></item>
<item><p>Inserting spaces instead of tabs</p></item>
<item><p>Text Wrapping</p></item>
<item><p>Right margin width</p></item>
</list>
<title>General Modeline Options</title>
<p>The following options can be set using <app>gedit</app> modelines:</p>
<list>
<item><p>Tab width</p></item>
<item><p>Indent width</p></item>
<item><p>Inserting spaces instead of tabs</p></item>
<item><p>Text Wrapping</p></item>
<item><p>Right margin width</p></item>
</list>
<note><p>Preferences set using modelines take precedence over the ones specified
in the preference dialog.</p></note>
<note>
<p>Preferences set using modelines take precedence over the ones specified
in the preference dialog.</p>
</note>
</section>
<section id="modelines-emacs">
<title>Emacs Modelines</title>
<title>Emacs Modelines</title>
<p>The first two lines of a document are scanned for <app>Emacs</app> modelines,
and <app>gedit</app> supports the following <app>Emacs</app> modeline options:
</p>
<list>
<item><p>Tab-width</p></item>
<item><p>Indent-offset</p></item>
<item><p>Indent-tabs-mode</p></item>
<item><p>Text auto-wrap</p></item>
</list>
<p>For more information on <app>Emacs</app> modelines, visit the
<link href="http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/emacs.html">GNU Emacs
Manual</link>.</p>
<p>The first two lines of a document are scanned for <app>Emacs</app>
modelines, and <app>gedit</app> supports the following <app>Emacs</app>
modeline options:</p>
<list>
<item><p>Tab-width</p></item>
<item><p>Indent-offset</p></item>
<item><p>Indent-tabs-mode</p></item>
<item><p>Text auto-wrap</p></item>
</list>
<p>For more information on <app>Emacs</app> modelines, visit the
<link href="http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/emacs.html">GNU Emacs
Manual</link>.</p>
</section>
<section id="modelines-kate">
<title>Kate Modelines</title>
<title>Kate Modelines</title>
<p>The first and last ten lines a document are scanned for <app>Kate</app>
modelines, and <app>gedit</app> supports the following <app>Kate</app> modeline
options:</p>
<p>The first and last ten lines a document are scanned for <app>Kate</app>
modelines, and <app>gedit</app> supports the following <app>Kate</app>
modeline options:</p>
<list>
<item><p>tab-width</p></item>
<item><p>indent-width</p></item>
<item><p>space-indent</p></item>
<item><p>word-wrap</p></item>
<item><p>word-wrap-column</p></item>
</list>
<list>
<item><p>tab-width</p></item>
<item><p>indent-width</p></item>
<item><p>space-indent</p></item>
<item><p>word-wrap</p></item>
<item><p>word-wrap-column</p></item>
</list>
<p>For more information about <app>Kate</app> modelines, visit the
<link href="http://kate-editor.org/">Kate website</link>.</p>
<p>For more information about <app>Kate</app> modelines, visit the
<link href="http://kate-editor.org/">Kate website</link>.</p>
</section>
<section id="modelines-vim">
<title>Vim Modelines</title>
<p>The first and last three lines a document are scanned for <app>Vim</app>
modelines, and <app>gedit</app> supports the following <app>Vim</app> modeline
options:</p>
<title>Vim Modelines</title>
<p>The first and last three lines a document are scanned for <app>Vim</app>
modelines, and <app>gedit</app> supports the following <app>Vim</app>
modeline options:</p>
<list>
<item><p>et (expandtab)</p></item>
<item><p>ts (tabstop)</p></item>
<item><p>sw (shiftwidth)</p></item>
<item><p>wrap</p></item>
<item><p>textwidth</p></item>
</list>
<list>
<item><p>et (expandtab)</p></item>
<item><p>ts (tabstop)</p></item>
<item><p>sw (shiftwidth)</p></item>
<item><p>wrap</p></item>
<item><p>textwidth</p></item>
</list>
<p>For more information on <app>Vim</app> modelines, visit the
<link href="http://www.vim.org/">Vim website</link>.</p>
<p>For more information on <app>Vim</app> modelines, visit the
<link href="http://www.vim.org/">Vim website</link>.</p>
</section>
</page>
......@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
<info>
<link type="guide" xref="gedit-plugin-guide#gedit-default-plugins"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.2" version="1.0" date="2011-08-17" status="candidate"/>
<revision pkgversion="3.2" version="1.0" date="2011-08-17" status="candidate"/>
<credit type="author">
<name>Jim Campbell</name>
<email>jwcampbell@gmail.com</email>
......@@ -15,13 +15,13 @@
<title>Python console</title>
<p>You can add a Python console to the bottom pane, allowing you to test
Python scripts without leaving <app>gedit</app>. To enable the Python console,
select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>
Python Console</gui></guiseq>.</p>
Python scripts without leaving <app>gedit</app>. To enable the Python
console, select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui>
<gui>Plugins</gui><gui> Python Console</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<p>Once the Python console is enabled, you can open it by selecting <guiseq>
<gui>View</gui><gui>Bottom Pane</gui></guiseq>, or just press <keyseq><key>
Shift</key><key>F9</key></keyseq>.</p>
<p>Once the Python console is enabled, you can open it by selecting
<guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Bottom Pane</gui></guiseq>, or just press
<keyseq><key>Shift</key><key>F9</key></keyseq>.</p>
<note style="tip"><p>If you have also enabled the <gui>Embeded Terminal</gui>
plugin, the <gui>Python Console</gui> will appear as a separate tab in the
......
......@@ -18,33 +18,35 @@
<title>Sort</title>
<p>The Sort plugin arranges selected lines of text into alphabetical order.</p>
<note style="warning"><p>You cannot use the <gui>Undo</gui> feature to correct a
<gui>Sort</gui> operation, so we recommend that you save the file immediately
before performing the sort. If you make a mistake with the sort, you can revert
to the previously-saved version of the file by selecting <guiseq><gui>File</gui>
<gui>Revert</gui></guiseq>.</p></note>
<p>To enable the <app>Sort</app> plugin, select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>
Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Sort</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<p>After you have enabled the <gui>Sort</gui> plugin, use it by selecting the
lines of text you want to sort, and then clicking <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>
Sort</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<p>The Sort dialog will open, allowing you to choose between several sorting
options:</p>
<list>
<item><p><em>Reverse order</em> will arrange the text in reverse alphabetical
order.</p></item>
<item><p><em>Remove duplicates</em> will remove duplicate values from the list.
</p></item>
<item><p><em>Ignore case</em> will ignore case sensitivity.</p></item>
<item><p>To have the sort ignore the characters at the start of the lines, set
the first character that should be used for sorting in the <em>Start at</em>
column spin box.</p></item>
</list>
<p>To perform the sort operation, click <gui>Sort</gui>.</p>
<p>The Sort plugin arranges selected lines of text into alphabetical
order.</p>
<note style="warning"><p>You cannot use the <gui>Undo</gui> feature to
correct a <gui>Sort</gui> operation, so we recommend that you save the file
immediately before performing the sort. If you make a mistake with the sort,
you can revert to the previously-saved version of the file by selecting
<guiseq><gui>File</gui> <gui>Revert</gui></guiseq>.</p></note>
<p>To enable the <app>Sort</app> plugin, select <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui>
<gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Sort</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<p>After you have enabled the <gui>Sort</gui> plugin, use it by selecting the
lines of text you want to sort, and then clicking <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui>
<gui>Sort</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<p>The <gui>Sort</gui> dialog will open, allowing you to choose between
several sorting options:</p>
<list>
<item><p><gui>Reverse order</gui> will arrange the text in reverse
alphabetical order.</p></item>
<item><p><gui>Remove duplicates</gui> will remove duplicate values from the
list.</p></item>
<item><p><gui>Ignore case</gui> will ignore case sensitivity.</p></item>
<item><p>To have the sort ignore the characters at the start of the lines,
set the first character that should be used for sorting in the
<gui>Start at</gui> column spin box.</p></item>
</list>
<p>To perform the sort operation, click <gui>Sort</gui>.</p>
</page>
......@@ -19,9 +19,9 @@
<title>Tag list</title>
<p>The <app>Tag List</app> plugin allows you to insert common tags and special
characters from a list in the side pane. By default, the plugin can insert
tags and special characters for HTML, XHTML, XSLT, XUL and LaTeX.</p>
<p>The <app>Tag List</app> plugin allows you to insert common tags and
special characters from a list in the side pane. By default, the plugin can
insert tags and special characters for HTML, XHTML, XSLT, XUL and LaTeX.</p>
<section id="using-tag-list">
<title>Using the Tag List plugin</title>
......@@ -30,54 +30,64 @@
plugin, and then activate the tag-list portion of the side pane.</p>
<section id="enable-tag-list-plugin">
<title>Enabling the Plugin</title>
<p>You can activate the plugin by selecting <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>
Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Tag List</gui></guiseq>. Once you have
activated the plugin, access it by selecting <guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Side
Pane</gui></guiseq>, or by pressing <key>F9</key>.</p>
<title>Enabling the Plugin</title>
<p>The side pane initially shows a list of open documents, so to view and use
the <app>tag list</app>, you will need to click on the tab showing the "plus"
icon at the bottom of the side pane. The icon will look similar to this:</p>
<p>You can activate the plugin by selecting <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui>
<gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Tag List</gui></guiseq>.
Once you have activated the plugin, access it by selecting
<guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Side Pane</gui></guiseq>, or by pressing
<key>F9</key>.</p>
<p>
<p>The side pane initially shows a list of open documents, so to view and
use the <app>tag list</app>, you will need to click on the tab showing
the "plus" icon at the bottom of the side pane. The icon will look
similar to this:</p>
<p>
<media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/gedit-side-pane3.png"/>
</p>
</p>
</section>
<section id="inserting-tags">
<title>Inserting Tags and Special Characters</title>
<p>The <app>tag list</app> uses a drop-down menu to let you choose from the
different types of tags. For example, one tag option is <gui>HTML - Tags