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Re: Viewing tabs in an editor in fedora 10

suvayu ali,
 Thnks, but this is **not ** what I meant. You are right in what you
say about gedit.
However, I mean when pressing the "tab" key. (and not tabs of windows.

Any idea if it is possible to see it ?
With vi, these tabs are shows as "^I" (when running :set list")


On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 2:17 AM, suvayu ali <fatkasuvayu+linux gmail com> wrote:
> 2009/5/20 Mark Ryden <markryde gmail com>:
>> Hello,
>>  I am looking for viewing tabs in an editor in fedora 10.
>> I know that this can be done with vim and vi (with :set list). (If I
>> remember correctly, also
>> with emacs).
>> However, I tried to achieve this task with other editors (like
>> jedit/gedit/kate) and
>> could not.
>> Any ideas if it is possible with other editors than vi/vim/emacs ?
> I believe that is the default behaviour for gedit. If a file is
> already open in gedit and you open another file, it opens in a new
> tab. However I can't comment on any of the other editors you mention.
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