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Are any of you familiar with a possible text recording program which has a capacity of having a customizable look similar to the terminal? Or is it possible to record text in the terminal itself?
 

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Yeah, Open Office...

Open office does not appear to have an ability to create pre-set visualization/effects.
 

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Try typing nano into the terminal


As you might have guessed, i am not an expert linux user, i will definitely attempt your advice shortly.
 

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i just do cntl x then enter, then it lets you choose to save it or not.


That works, but correct usage is ctrl-o, so you can save without having to quit.

It doesn't make a lot of sense, but its still a lot better than emacs or vi.
 

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That works, but correct usage is ctrl-o, so you can save without having to quit.

It doesn't make a lot of sense, but its still a lot better than emacs or vi.
Would you kindly tell me how to browse file directories and generally locate files in nano if possible.

Never mind, i found out.
 
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