Supports macros and advanced features.
Yes - 30 day timeout
- The new Negative button in the Filter toolbar allows you to exclude the matched lines
- The new Sort Shortest to Longest and Sort Longest to Shortest buttons in the CSV/Sort toolbar allows you to sort the document by length of columns
- The new version allows you to specify a column to the filter in CSV documents. Also multiple levels of the filter can be specified (Advanced Filter)
- The Treat digits as numbers check box and Treat full-width characters as 2 characters when sorting by length check box were added to the Sort tab of the Customize dialog box
- New Commands were added: Negative (Filter toolbar), Sort Shortest to Longest, Sort Longest to Shortest, and Advanced Filter (Filter toolbar) commands
- Macro new features: Filter, GetCell, and GetColumns methods were added to the Document object
- Plug-in API new features: EE_GET_CELL message and Editor_GetCell inline function, EE_FILTER message and Editor_Filter inline function, GET_CELL_INFO, and FILTER_INFO structures
- The filter features are now available in very large files
- Fixed the bug where EmEditor reloads a file while filtered
- Fixed the symbol list refreshing issue for the Projects plug-in under a certain condition
- Fixed the bug where window positions were not restored after comparison under a certain condition
- Fixed the bug of the EmEditor_SetScrollPos inline function of the plug-in API during the virtual space mode
- Fixed the bugs of the vertical scroll bar refreshing under a certain condition
Reviewing 14.5.3 (Sep 24, 2014)
Reviewing 14.3.1 (Mar 11, 2014)
Reviewing 14.0.1 (Feb 17, 2014)
Reviewing 14.0.1 (Jan 29, 2014)
5 stars. really good.
Reviewing 14.0.1 (Jan 20, 2014)
Hilarious. Notepad++. Compared to EmEditor Professional.
That person must not know that Notepad++ is strictly 32-bit. They must also not have tried it with 100-MB+ files, or else they'd know that EmEditor is drastically faster.
I tested search/replace operations under Windows 8.1 on a 146-MB file with EmEditor (64-bit) and Notepad++. The repeatable results: What EmEditor was able to do in 4 seconds or less, Notepad++ took over 6 MINUTES to do!
But hey, it's free, so let's rate it highly, right?
Calling Notepad++ an "alternative" to EmEditor Professional is like calling a bucket an alternative to a firehose.
And BTW, if paying for an application is the biggest mistake you've ever made, you're doing pretty well. Although I have to think that's hyperbole.
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