TextPad 9.0.1 (x64)
Description: TextPad is a powerful, general purpose editor for plain text files. Easy to use, with all the features a power user requires.
• Huge files can be edited, up to the limits of virtual memory. See Specifications for the actual limits.
• Supports Universal Naming Convention (UNC) style names, and long file names with spaces.
• CUA compliant keyboard commands.
• English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish user interfaces.
• A spelling checker with dictionaries in 10 languages.
• Multiple files can be simultaneously edited, with up to 2 views per file.
• Warm Start feature lets you restart exactly where you left off.
• In addition to the usual cut, copy and paste capabilities, selected text can be case shifted and block indented, and characters, words and lines can be transposed. Cut and copied text can be appended to the clipboard, as well as replacing its contents.
• Text can be automatically word-wrapped at the margin, or at a specified column, if it does not fit on a line. In this mode, text can be split into separate lines where wrapping occurs, or lines can be intelligently joined, preserving paragraphs.
• OLE2 drag and drop editing for copying and moving text between documents.
• Unlimited undo/redo capability. The undo buffer can be optionally cleared when a file is saved, or by using the Mark Clean command.
• Block (column) selection mode, and visible display of tabs and spaces.
• A keystroke macro recorder, with up to 16 active macros.
• Sorting, using up to 3 keys.
• Text can be automatically aligned and indented, relative to the previous line, to aid block indentation.
• The right mouse button pops up an in-context menu.
• The cursor can be constrained to the text, or can be positioned freely in the document view.
• Toolbar with fly-by usage hints, and an active status bar.
• A powerful search/replace engine using UNIX-style regular expressions, with the power of editor macros. Sets of files in a directory tree can be searched, and text can be replaced in all open documents at once.
• Visible bookmarks can be placed on individual lines, and on all occurrences of a search pattern. Bookmarked lines can be cut, copied or deleted.
• A built in file manager for fast file copying, renaming, deleting etc.
• Print previewing, and printing with customizable headers/footers and page breaks.
• Viewer for binary files using a hexadecimal display format.
• Built in file comparison utility, and up to 16 user-defined tools with argument macros.
• Hypertext links from file search and user tool output to the relevant source line.
• DDE interface to other tools, such as MS Visual C++. The editor detects when an open file has been modified by another tool, and prompts you to reopen it.
* Incremental Find command on the Search menu. It finds the next instance of a string, as you type it in the Incremental Find toolbar.
* Normalize command on Windows menu when document tabs are displayed. It eliminates any tiling and tab groups.
* Option to order document tabs leftmost first.
* Option to substitute TextPad for Notepad.
* Added commands to copy the filename and browse its folder to the Document Selector and tabs context menus.
* Added commands to create new tab groups to the document tabs context menu.
* Sets the Explorer path when opening a workspace.
* Tool names on the Configure/Preferences/Tools dialog box can now be edited by pressing F2.
* The Explorer now uses the Windows Explorer context menu.
* Optional toolbar for print commands.
Could not add the 64-bit edition to Explorer’s context menu.
Unhandled exception in the Incremental Finder with Ctrl+I, Ctrl+I.
Integer overflow in document statistics for very large files.
The context menu commands to tile documents selected in the Document Selector didn’t work in the 64-bit edition.
The 64-bit edition corrupted replace commands in macros as they were saved.
When all instances of a search pattern anchored to the start of a word or line were replaced with nothing, the replacement continued while the search pattern could still be matched.
Drag and drop of a shortcut opened the .lnk file.
Find in Files needed to check if the last matched line was terminated when logging the output.
When a Find in Files regular expression matched across line boundaries, the line counter sometimes got out of step, depending on the text that was matched.
When the cursor was not constrained to the text, and the last line of selected block of text was empty, the block could not be deleted.
When the cursor was not constrained to the text, text pasted beyond the current end of line was inserted at the start of the next line.
When loading a workspace created with TextPad 6.x, bookmarks in binary views were not restored correctly.
Problems sorting when last line was unterminated:
– Number of duplicate lines deleted was off by 1;
– Current line was not updated after undo;
– Undo left final end of line characters.
Release Name: TextPad 9.0.1 (x64)
Size: 11 MB
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