Notice the "ground":"background" or "ground":"foreground" part of each command in the commands.json data file.
Gnome Editor is a built-in example foreground command, but I don't think Gnome Editor is available on a Raspberry Pi, so that would explain why if you trigger it it doesn't do anything.
I figured most people who use TRIGGERcmd on a Raspberry Pi will likely only be interested in background commands that run in the daemon (aka background service). For example "apt-get -y update".
That said, you can run the agent in foreground mode just by running "triggercmdagent", but you'll want to run different commands than "gedit" (Gnome Editor). If you're running triggercmdagent in an SSH session, you could have it run something like "tail /var/log/messages", and if you're running it in X-Windows, you could have it run a GUI app like "xeyes".
Disabled Categories are greyed out
This topic will be moved to the category
Looks like your connection to TRIGGERcmd Forum was lost, please wait while we try to reconnect.