How To Enable Auto Completion In Linux Mint Text Editor

The default text editor in Linux Mint – xed comes with some useful plugins to make typing easier. (There are other text editors too like Leafpad, Mousepad, and WordGrinder if you want to use something else other than the default one.) So if you don’t want to type the previously entered words again when using xed, there is an auto-completion plugin for that. Here is how to enable and use...

Mousepad : A Simple And Useful Text Editor For Linux Mint

Mousepad is a minimalistic text editor for Linux that’s based on Leafpad. To use it in Linux Mint (which has xed has the default text editor), open Terminal and type: sudo apt install mousepad This example uses Linux Mint 19 Xfce for Mousepad installation and usage.   The default view for Mousepad is quite minimalistic. General settings: You can, however, enable Status bar and Toolbar...

WordGrinder : An Old School Text Editor For Linux

WordGrinder in Linux Mint
WordGrinder is a command line based text editor for Linux. It makes writing long reports, drafts and articles clutter-free. This is an old school style minimalist text editor for writing lots of text without any distractions. Also, there is the retro feel to it which makes it interesting to work with. It is available to download and use for all Linux distributions. (This article uses Linux Mint). To...

Leafpad : A Minimalistic Text Editor For Linux Mint

If you are looking for an extremely simple and a minimalistic text editor for Mint, Leafpad can do the job. To install it quickly from the Terminal, type sudo apt-get install leafpad. Once installed, it will show up in Accessories menu. It is very easy to use it and also very fast since it is designed to only be a basic yet powerful text editor. Happy text editing!