RJ TextEd is a web development tool and a Unicode text editor with features like syntax highlighting, advanced column mode and code folding. Below is a small list of features available.
- Some minor visual changes
- Holding the keyboard shortcut to close the current document, will close all documents first after 3 documents have been closed
- Crash when closing a document or the program
- Selection issue when using some save options
- An issue with reload document
Reviewing 8.90 (Mar 11, 2014)
Reviewing 7.90 (Jan 18, 2012)
This version (7.90) is crashing on my Win 7 x64 continuously!
Come'on you can do better than that!
Ok, clarification: I'm talking about the portable version!!! (downloaded from developer's page). I went to the forum and downloaded the 7.90 beta 2 and that one is working as supposed to...
Reviewing 7.90 (Jan 17, 2012)
I used Notepad++ for years but it is missing a good project manager (actually it is very basic) and also missing a code/class explorer for easier medium to big projects management, RJ TextEd have one and also have the column mode as Notepad++
But it is still have many bugs, after 30 minutes of testing I found many that freeze or crash RJ.
Reviewing 7.63 (Sep 24, 2011)
Don't really know what to say about this, Downloaded yesterday and I'm just blown away by it. I've been a fan of Notepad++ for a long time, but this, this is just astonishing. It is absolutely superb. Notepad++ is very feature rich & I barely use most of them, but it always seems a bit "bitty" in its implementation. RJ TextEdit feels well thought out and feels like a complete application not one app with loads of plugins.
For hand coded web development I can't think of anything that has come close to it since the demise of Epic Homesite. It appears to be an application that lets YOU decide how to organise and control your project - you don't have to follow the Visual Studio, Eclipse etc, way.
For simple txt and bat files editing and things like that, it also rocks.
I've only had this installed a single day, but rarely have I come across an application (free or otherwise) that has impressed me this much.
Pity 5 stars is all I can rate.
Reviewing 6.81 (Oct 13, 2010)
This program is more powerful than I may ever know. I would like to be able to load rss type links from the sidebar without making them IE 'favorites'. I just haven't quite figured it out. At least the other browser option was finally fixed.
The best nfo reader hands down imo.
If the program would simply allow dragNdrop from the sidebar to the address line that would do it, but It does not work that way. I know it's an editor but the possibilities are huge.
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