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Originally Posted by smolloy But which application would you like to paste it to?? And why ?? BlueFish Editor...
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    Quote Originally Posted by smolloy
    But which application would you like to paste it to?? And why??
    BlueFish Editor
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    Open the file in a separate editor like gEdit or KWrite and copy and paste from here. This will save you the headache.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryansmith
    Open the file in a separate editor like gEdit or KWrite and copy and paste from here. This will save you the headache.

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    can tell me how to open the file in gEdit?
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    Code:
    gedit file
    Code:
    kwrite file
    Code:
    kate file
    If you don't have any of those then use google to figure out what gui text editors you have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smolloy
    Code:
    gedit file
    Code:
    kwrite file
    Code:
    kate file
    If you don't have any of those then use google to figure out what gui text editors you have.
    after the i open the file, i still have to copy part by part
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    What distro are you using (redhat, suse, fedora, slackware, etc...)??

    What window manager are you using (KDE, gnome, fluxbox, openbox, none, etc...)??

    What did you open the file with (one of the editors I suggested?)??

    Details details details..... Let us know as much as you can so we can understand. One line replies are not very helpful to us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smolloy
    What distro are you using (redhat, suse, fedora, slackware, etc...)??

    What window manager are you using (KDE, gnome, fluxbox, openbox, none, etc...)??

    What did you open the file with (one of the editors I suggested?)??

    Details details details..... Let us know as much as you can so we can understand. One line replies are not very helpful to us.
    I'm using the slackware Linux with gnome, Yes i follow ur suggestion by open the file with the gEdit, but the problem is that it gives me the error of
    gedit Appointment.php
    gedit command not found
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    Ask your system administrator to tell you what GUI text editor you have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smolloy
    Ask your system administrator to tell you what GUI text editor you have.
    it is gEdit
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