Based on our record, Notepad++ seems to be a lot more popular than GNOME. While we know about 53 links to Notepad++, we've tracked only 2 mentions of GNOME. We are tracking product recommendations and mentions on Reddit, HackerNews and some other platforms. They can help you identify which product is more popular and what people think of it.
Your biggest mistake was installing Notepad++ trough snap. If you would've installed it from their website and run it directly trough wine, you would've had a much better experience. Snaps are retarded, and should never be used. Its one of the main reasons why I don't recomend anyone Ubuntu, and many of the Ubunut-based distros. - Source: Reddit / 4 days ago
I do use Notepad++ (as seen here: https://notepad-plus-plus.org/) for writing code files, so I'm not sure if that is close to or the same as the UI from github. - Source: Reddit / 13 days ago
This is where pre-processing comes in. Making sure brackets are used for non-spoken things, like [laughs], or [unintelligible] or [skip this part] can help. Also ScriptSync™'s temporal resolution (and the width of Avid's Script window) is dictated by the length of the lines in the script, so running that through something like BBEdit or Notepad++ to limit line lengths automatically can improve how quickly you can... - Source: Reddit / 16 days ago
No tools are needed to get into DF modding, but a .txt file editor of some kind. Your computer comes with one installed (always, unless you’re using some very strange custom setup), but I recommend getting one that is less crud than the built-in, like notepad++. For your first mods, copy-and-paste from other creatures, and read the wiki’s introductory guide. - Source: Reddit / 17 days ago
Notepad++ has recently added dark mode (if you need a text editor and not an entire IDE). - Source: Reddit / 22 days ago
This is the default icon theme that you will have for gnome.org with most of Linux distributions. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
In the first image on gnome.org there is a screenshot of gnome with some themes applied. what icon pack is being used in the image? - Source: Reddit / 6 months ago
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