Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 705247
GEdit doesn't highlight the current line
Last modified: 2012-08-07 14:23:14 EDT
Description of problem:
GEdit have the possibility to to turn on the option "highlight the current line". But the line isn't highlighted. Only the numbering at the beginning of the line is boldened.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 15 Beta, Gnome 3, GEdit 3.0.2
Steps to Reproduce:
1. open a text with gedit
2. turn on the option "highlight the current line" (under "Edit/Options" or so)
3. close the options dialog
4. move the cursor in the text and see that the current line is highlighted or not
the current line isn't highlighted (only the numbering at the beginning of the line is boldend)
the current line should be highlighted with a different background color
this bug (bug#705247) and also bug#715201
should probably be closed as duplicates of
reference to gtksourceview3 upstream bug:
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