Questions about text editors in general (i.e. programs used for editing plain text files).

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color scheme setup for iTerm

How do you setup color scheme of iTerm on Mac? For color scheme, I mean using different color to display folder name, file name, machine name, etc.
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Moving by page without chords in Vim

Often I want to skim through a document or piece of code, which I do with page down (Ctrl-D) and page up (Ctrl-U), but it feels like I am violating the spirit of Vim using emacs-like chords/control ...
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Can't insert spaces in code editors

Since i recently installed CodeBlocks, I can't insert spaces in codeblocks, codelite or mysql-workbench editors. When i press space the editor interprets it as a completion key unless there is no word ...
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Kdevelop over SSHFS sometimes stutters last few lines on save?

Sometimes, but not always, a certain file, when saved with Kdevelop over SSHFS to a remote server, will include the last n lines of the file repeated. N is variable from save to save. The file that ...
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SciTE Auto Save Temporary File

I was running an application that seemingly froze the GUI of my Linux distro. After a CtrlAlt Backspace I got back to a terminal and reloaded the GUI. However, even with the below User Options ...
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How do I edit files in LXC?

I have a Centos 6.6 running on lxc. I would like to edit files using Sublime or Gedit but not as a root user. Presently I do a gksudo editor and then open rootfs folder. Is there a better way of doing ...
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CAJA: make all files with a given suffix get a given file type

Currently, my files with the suffix (extension) .def are recognized as generic "plain text files", and are opened in gedit, which I prefer for plain text files. However, my .def files are actually a ...
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What are some preferred methods to efficiently edit files on a remote Unix server?

I'm looking for a more efficient GUI-based solution to edit root-owned and root-only writable files than using either nano or vim, both of which of course limit your cursor to navigate one character ...