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This free text editor is a good all-round text editor which handles both simple text and complex code. It can easily open and edit files in many formats. A wide range of features is at your fingertips: search and replace, indentation, auto-indentation, undo/redo, auto-saving and word completion. It also has a large set of keyboard shortcuts and user interface (UI) conventions to help you work efficiently. For more information, visit: What's new in this version: - File List - A new window that displays a list of files in a tree structure. - Settings dialog - It now has a settings dialog that allows you to modify the various options. - Corrected "Working directory not set" bug. - V7.5 - Win32 - UPDATED!!! - Fixed a bug in pasting images. - Command line - UPDATED!!! - Corrected a bug that caused the program to use far too much memory. - A few other fixes and improvements. - Version History - RTF - UPDATED!!! - Applets - UPDATED!!! - Script - UPDATED!!! - Changed the installer to use more language files. - Made the file compression much faster. - Corrected a bug that caused the file to be opened after the destination path was changed. - Corrected a bug that caused long file paths to be cut in half. - Corrected a bug that caused the program to use far too much memory. - Corrected a bug that prevented the program from opening new files from a specified location. - Corrected a bug that caused the program to open new files twice. - Corrected a bug that caused duplicate files to be created. - Corrected a bug that caused the program to try to open files that have the same name. - Corrected a bug that caused the menu bar to not appear in the program. - Corrected a bug that caused the path to be printed incorrectly. - Corrected a bug that caused the destination path to be printed incorrectly. - Fixed a bug that caused the path to be printed incorrectly. - Corrected a bug that caused the program to attempt to open files with the same names as open files. - Corrected a bug that prevented the program from opening files using the relative path. - Corrected a bug that prevented the program from using the relative path. - Corrected a bug that caused files to be opened as read only. - Corrected a bug that caused the program to continue to close the files after



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