GNOME’s Default Text Editor Gets a Radically Changed User Interface

Gedit’s user interface has been refreshed in version 3.11.2

  Gedit's new user interface
GNOME’s default text editor, Gedit, has reached version 3.11.2, a development build that introduces various new features and bug fixes, as well as many updated translations.

GNOME’s default text editor, Gedit, has reached version 3.11.2, a development build that introduces various new features and bug fixes, as well as many updated translations.

Gedit 3.11.2 is the second development release towards Gedit 3.12, which will be part of the upcoming GNOME 3.12 desktop environment, and it introduces a revamped user interface that radically changes the way users interact with the application.

Moreover, Gedit 3.11.2 removes a deprecated API, improves the documentation, integrates the change case plugin directly inside GtkSourceView, and fixes other miscellaneous bugs that were discovered in the previous release.

Among the updated translations, we can mention Bulgarian, German, Greek, Spanish, French, Galician, Hebrew, Italian, Lithuanian, Portuguese Brazilian, Slovak, Slovenian, Thai, Traditional Chinese, and others. For more details, please take a look at the official raw changelog.

Download Gedit 3.11.2 right now from Softpedia. Remember that this is a development version and it should NOT be installed on production machines. It is intended for testing purposes only.

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