With Ubuntu and Gnome classic desktop, sometimes I have separate windows of
gedit open on different workspaces.
Since the program has its flaws and can be easily choked, for example by trying to undo a large replace action, I sometimes need to force-quit.
Then, all other windows are also killed. Plus, when one window is stuck, all the others are also not responding either, so I cannot continue to work on other tasks while the one that has a problem is recovering.
I guess if each window would run in a separate process, this would not happen.
Is there a way to make this happen?