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    Developer's description:
    The goal of RText is to create a complete, fully-featured text editor (designed primarily for programmers, but can be used by anyone) that can run on any platform. Originally designed to be a Windows Notepad clone, RText has grown into much more than that.

    * Multiple fonts simultaneously - Different token types can use different fonts and styles
    * Bracket matching - Useful for quickly scoping a block of code
    * Macro record/playback - Automate common editing tasks you do repeatedly
    * Drag-and-drop - Easily move code around in your document, or even into another application
    * Spell Checking - Spell check plain text documents and comments of source code.
    * Bookmarking - Mark and quickly navigate to important sections of code.
    * Mark Occurrences - Easily see the scope and usage of a variable or method.
    * Code templates - Create shortcut key sequences for common coding constructs such as for-loops.
    * Unlimited undo/redo - Don't worry about making a mistake with the handy smart undo & redo.
    * File encodings supported - Edit and save files in ASCII, Unicode, or any other encoding supported by your JVM.
    * Current line highlighting - Allows you to quickly locate your position in a source file.
    * Margin line - Useful for keeping your lines from being too long, if you're into that kind of thing.

    * Drag-and-drop files from the desktop to open them
    * Edit multiple documents simultaneously, using a (tabbed view or traditional MDI)
    * Find/Replace, with full regular expression support
    * Find in Files and Replace in Files
    * External Tool Support for running things such as compilers, Ant, etc.
    * Task List highlights your TODO items in source code comments
    * Printing and Print Preview, for when you need a hard copy
    * Auto-reload of files when they are modified outside of editor
    * Customizable keyboard shortcuts makes using the editor a little more comfortable
    * Completely customizable UI - change the toolbar's icon set, the application's look and feel, the colors and fonts used in the editor, what buttons are visible on the toolbar, etc.
    * Comprehensive Help documentation comes with the application
    * Cross-platform - runs anywhere there is a JVM
    * Localized into 15 languages

    · Fixed bug: Options dialog doesn't open if Perl is not installed on the machine. Thanks pmsl from the forums for pointing this out!
    · Fixed tab size not being saved/reloaded properly. Thanks again pmsl!
    · Big speed-up in Java code completion when lazy loading lots of class completions for the first time (e.g. first completion popup displaying for a source file with lots of wildcard imports).
    · Small fix to "General" option panel in Options dialog: "Apply" button shouldn't become enabled if "Restore Defaults" is pressed when the options selected were already the defaults.

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    RJ TextEd 7.0

    Text Clips/Clipboard history:
    · Text clips are now stored in an XML file and are displayed in a tree view, instead of lists. You can move around clips anywhere in the tree and add any number of folders.

    · The tab can also display a clipboard history list. You can paste from any selected item in the list and you can copy back an old item to the clipboard.

    Capture Clipboard:
    · Added a menu item (in "Edit" menu) to capture the clipboard. The current document tab color will change and all text added to the clipboard will be pasted to this document. The tab color can be changed in options.

    · A simple sound is played when activated and when clipboard content is pasted. A line break is added after each pasted clipboard content.

    Project Todo List:
    · Moved the project todo list to its own tab after the "Project Class View" tab. Also added a menu item in the "View" menu to allow users to view/hide the tab. Also added an options dialog with some options.

    CSS dialogs:
    · Added some CSS dialogs that can be opened from the "UserMenu" (Ctrl+Space) or in the auto completion list. The dialogs are available for properties like border, background, list-style, outline...

    Column statistics:
    · Added a function to get some numeric statistics of selected text. The function will give you the sum, min, max and average of the selected numbers. This will only work in column mode and the menu item is located in the "Edit - Column" menu.

    Drag and drop to/from project tab:
    · Project files can now be opened by dragging the files to the editor space. If you drag a folder, all files in that folder will be opened.

    · You can drag a document to the project tree to add it to the project.

    Drag and drop text clips and clipboard history data:
    · Text clips and clipboard history data can now be inserted using drag and drop. The clip is inserted at the mouse position (except when you have a selection).

    · Fixed several reported issues.

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    RJ TextEd Version 7.01

    This is a minor update to address some reported issues.

    * Projects were not reopened at startup even though the correct option was used.
    * The highlight feature shouldn't highlight white spaces when using the option to always highlight during selection.
    * Solved some issues when opening a remote files from a project.

    Text Clips context menu

    Added a simple context menu with items to open/close all nodes and a sort option. Sorting is done by default but can now be disabled. Also made some changes to improve drag and drop. If an item is dragged to the left of a folder text, the item is inserted above the folder at the same level. Otherwise it's added as a child.

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