What is the easiest and most accessible editor?
Linux for blind general discussion
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Tue Nov 30 16:50:30 UTC 2021
What would a flatpak do for me as a desktop gui user? My understanding
is that is supposed to allow me to run packages which are not part of
the distribution in what is so called a sandbox. but if the gui version
of it is not accessible it would be of limited use for me. I will
install it anyway once you make it available.
On 11/29/21 7:22 PM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Hi Ibrahim and All,
> no Micro is not provided by Slint (yet). I learned its existence today
> I have built flatpak and pipe-viewer and also its GUI gtk-pipe-viewer
> (not fully
> accessible, but nice).
> It took me more time than anticipated, but expect a big batch of
> updates for
> Slint tomorrow (37 packages, including the many dependencies of file
> I did some reading and tests with flatpak, and wouldn't recommend to
> use that,
> especially if space on disk is a concern.
> Worth reading about that:
> However, "chose promise, chose due" as we say here, a flatpak package
> will be
> available for Slint users tomorrow.
> Le 30/11/2021 à 00:30, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
>> Thanks a bundle for all of you folks. I did not know how much of a
>> discussion my innocent and naive question would generate. I learned a
>> lot from your answers. Although I have never messed with
>> configuration files since the days of the autoexec.bat in the days of
>> dos, I think I have enough courage to play with changing some
>> configuration settings using some of the editors you suggested.
>> I launched few of them both in the desktop and in the terminal and I
>> found geany and nano to be easy. I did not find Micro, I guess it is
>> not preinstalled on slint.
>> I know that my editing needs would be very basic.
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