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Can't run gedit


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Hi, I just downloaded the gedit .dmg package from gnome, and installed it into my 'Applications' folder

double clicking on the application icon in 'Applications' doesn't launch gedit

if i try to run gedit in terminal (by typing "gedit" as the command), I get this:

"-bash: gedit: command not found"

help greatly appreciated. thanks and Merry Xmas!!!
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