The program Geany
is similar to Notepad++
, with Geany you have tabbed file viewing. I personally do not use Geany, because the text is tough to read out of the box. I have to zoom in or out with the text files all the time, Geany is intended to be more of a precise text editor. With Geany, all of the lines in the text document are labelled in numerical order from start to end. Geany has numerous side windows inside the program, which reduces the size of the text editing window. Mousepad
is the basic text editor that I use all the time. Using Mousepad did take time to understand the program. With Mousepad the text in the text document is large, bold, and the same color. This is how I prefer to see text in a text file.
If you were searching for text editor programs for Linux, here is a link to a online article that lists the best text editors for Linux:
Top 10 Text Editors for Linux Desktop
https://www.linuxtechi.com/top-10-text- ... x-desktop/
You can install the programs using the terminal or package manager program.