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Vim syntax highlighting fails with autosession

Since I've installed this VIM autosession manager (which does its job) syntax highlighting gets killed on the first buffer change after starting vim. I can restore it with :syntax on but I ...
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Joe's own editor: changing syntax highlighting

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 ...
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disable cursor color in putty client ssh terminal when in vi

I use putty.exe in windows 7 to connect to my Linux system. I use vi. I would like the cursor in vi to remain white all the time, and not change to green or blue around my if statement { } brackets ...
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How to chain multiple LESSOPEN scripts?

Linux distributions nowadays have a default LESSOPEN set to /usr/bin/lesspipe which allows one to easily inspect e.g. zipped files or PDF files. Now I wanted to see whether I can add syntax ...
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How to set default syntax highlighting in Kate

By default when a new document is opened in Kate, the highlighting is set to normal, i.e. none. Is there any way to change this behavior, with a result that when a new "untitled" document is opened C ...
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Location of colorscheme-files in Kate

In Kate one can export file Fortran.katehlcolor which store the information about color in syntax-highlighting. The syntax-highlighting files itself are located in ~/.kde/share/apps/katepart/syntax ...
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No zsh-syntax-highlighting within tmux

I experience proper zsh-syntax-highlighting (see here) when first opening a shell session, but as soon as I enter tmux, the syntax highlighting no longer appears. I found this Github issue ...
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.jsf syntax highlighting file (for joe editor)

I am trying to modify the .jsf syntax highlighting file for the joe editor /usr/share/joe/syntax/ini.jsf. This file contains rules for highlithing/coloring ini files. For ini files, anything after ";" ...
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Customising markdown syntax highlighting in Geany

I'm using Geany 1.23.1 on Lubuntu 13.10. I've copied over filetypes.markdown from /usr/share/geany to ~/.config/geany/filedefs. filetypes.markdown has the following content: # For complete ...
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Highlight linux shell commands

I have a log of new commands I use and my own tips/descriptions with them inside a text file. I noticed there is DOS Batch code highlighting which highlights DOS commands. Is there one for Linux ...
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AsciiDoc syntax highlighting plugin for Kate?

I'm looking for a way to add AsciiDoc syntax highlighting to the Kate editor. I haven't found anything yet, but I feel sure some solution exists because AsciiDoc appears to be very popular (and is ...
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How to create a Kate highlight syntax to CSV files

I'm working with CSV files and I'm using vim because of the rainbow csv plugin that makes the editing easier: http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=4598 But I prefer using Kate and as I ...
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Can gedit highlight element of svg stucture?

Gedit can show matching parenthesis. Can it do the same with tags of an SVG file ? For example when I mark <text> I need to find closing </text> tag.
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Gedit: syntax highlighting of echoing self-closing XHTML tags in JavaScript in PHP

Reproduction: In Gedit, open a new file and manually select the syntax highlighting language (at the bottom right) to PHP. Write some javascript in <script> tags Within the <script> ...
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Gedit highlight shortcut

When I open Gedit in my Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon 64-bit, the syntax highlight is off by default. I can then activate it via the menu, or by saving my file with the correct file extension (e.g., every ...