Text Editor and File Manager

1. text editor for plain text.
2. code editor for C / C++ / Objective-C / CSS / HTML / JavaScript / JSON / PHP / XML / Ruby / Shell .
3. file manager, new file / new folder / rename / move / move to trash / reveal in Finder .
4. find function, find in files / find / replace / section for find / jump .
5. full screen mode .
6. open quickly function .
7. show completions .
8. text encoding .
9. include some bundles .
10. print function .
11. more...

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What’s New

Version 1.2

bug fixed.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
243 Ratings

243 Ratings

Stephenbarkleyphotography ,

Yeah, i guess it’s good.

I am not by any means a website design extraordinare, but i am having to use it for a class at college. what is there to say about a text editor… they simply write text. very basic program. what is nice about this one vs. others i have used is that there is some colour coding that it recognizes and that makes it a little easier to understand visually. comments are green, numbers and measurement units are blue, and properties are pink and #id tags are yellow… and there is more i’m sure. i think that is the only reason it stands out and why i would preffure it to other note pad things.

remotecoderz ,

I love this editor but….

I wish it has a python language library. I know there are a million other tools I could get (textwrangler, jedit, etc) but I like what I am seeing here and will continue to use it despite the python compatibility. ;)

Thanks for making this tool

jg6464 ,

OK for text editing

My use case: taking quick plain text notes.

I tried several apps, and I like the interface on this one the best, plus the "Navigator" side pane which allows rapid saving to a set of favorite folders.

Having used it regularly for over a year, though, I've become frustrated by one feature/flaw. It automatically gives you a pair of some characters--e.g., if you type " you get "" . I get why this could be useful for coding. But it's a pain for ordinary writing, since it's bad for contractions--like the ' in "it's". By the time I'm done typing a note, a whole string of extra punctuation marks has built up.

Developer: it would be great to have a way to turn this feature off.

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Wenzhi Liao
1.3 MB

OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor



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