Text Editor app is missing after upgrading from Fedora 34 Beta to Final release

I usually used it as a plain notebook, not for writing codes.
I tried to find it in Software but it’s not in over there.
How can I bring it back or what could substitute it?

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Do you mean gedit ?

I can search for gedit in Software, or it can be installed via dnf by
sudo dnf install gedit

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This should not happen—the final release should not remove packages unless there are broken dependencies. I was on Beta, and updated to Final too. I’ve not lost the “text editor” package here.

Can you please paste the output of:

rpm -q gedit
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Hi @afdrnk : did you solve your issue? Can you please comment how so that it could help others who may experience it too?

I misunderstood for the icon name on the screen of gedit is Text Editor, so I deleted gedit in Software.
But when I went to see in another notebook, its app name is gedit and its default name on the icon is Text Editor.
I have reinstalled already.

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Ah, makes sense. Thanks for letting us know.

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