TED Notepad is a growing freeware text editor, fertile in innovative features, text-processing functions and other advanced tools. All of them on hotkeys; all designed for quick advanced editing and text cold-working. This light-weight portable notepad replacement fits on any USB flash disk and loads instantly with no installation required. Daily writing of notes, lists, scripts or even code can get even easier than you thought.
Reviewing 6.0.1 Beta (Nov 30, 2011)
So what's new?
Regular Expressions. Search Bar. Line numbers. Multi-level Undo and Redo. Font/background color. Auto-recognition of UTF-8. Copy/Paste by mouse. Triple/Quad-click selecting. Tools like Shuffle Lines, Fun Case, Extract Words. Full support for binary files. Faster even on large files. Very long lines. And more. Overwrite mode. And more And more, and more..
Impressive update, don't you think?
Reviewing 5.4.2 (Jun 25, 2009)
Thnks for this nifty little utility.. The thing I like most about this editor is how darn fast it starts. Faster than notepad. I would recommend everyone to try this editor themselves. I was nicely supprised myself when I started to browse thruough its menus.
Reviewing 5.3.1 Beta (Dec 19, 2008)
Great alternative to Notepad and other text editors... I still haven't found one that will let you select text and have a right-click menu option to add a suffix and/or prefix to said selected text. Also the option to save said suffix/prefix selections. =)
If anyone can tell me of an app that does this, please let me know. firstname.lastname@example.org
Reviewing 5.3.1 Beta (Jun 26, 2008)
well, so much for that rumor. :(
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