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Bron: JGsoft

EditPad logo (60 pix) JGsoft heeft versie 7.0.0 van zijn gratis teksteditor EditPad Lite uitgebracht. Dit programma is niet bedoeld voor programmeurs, die kunnen beter EditPad Pro of Notepad++ gebruiken, maar is meer een vervanger van het met Windows meegeleverde Kladblok. Anders dan Kladblok kan EditPad Lite een onbeperkt aantal bestanden in hetzelfde scherm open hebben, heeft het geen limiet op de grootte van te openen bestanden en is het aantal undo's en redo's onbeperkt. EditPad 7 is nog steeds gratis, maar bedrijven kunnen nu ook een licentie aanschaffen, als er geen behoefte is aan alle extra's die de Pro-versie biedt. Nieuw in versie 7 is onder andere dat een hoop mogelijkheden die in versie 6 nog tot de Pro-versie toebehoorden, nu ook beschikbaar zijn in de Lite uitvoering.

EditPad Pro features now available in EditPad Lite:
  • Character map.
  • Clip collection.
  • Command line parameters for opening the file at a particular line or character. This will allow the next free minor updates of RegexBuddy, RegexMagic, and PowerGREP to select search matches in EditPad Lite 7, like they already can with EditPad Pro 6.
  • Extra, Sort.
  • Extra, Trim Whitespace.
  • Preferences, Keyboard: Configure keyboard shortcuts.
  • Preferences, Save Files: Auto-save and backup options.
  • Preferences, Shortcuts: Create "Open with EditPad" context menu item.
  • Search: Regular expression support.
  • Search: Highlight search matches.
  • Search: Incremental search.
  • Large toolbar icons.
New features:
  • Automatic ASCII->Unicode interpretation for encodings that use sequences of ASCII characters to encode Unicode characters. This works with files encoded in VIQR, ASCII+\uFFFF, ASCII+￿, ASCII+￿ and ASCII+&html;. E.g. for ASCII+&html; typing é inserts those 8 ASCII characters into the file. When you type the ; the whole sequence will appear as é in EditPad. For VIQR, typing e' inserts those two ASCII characters, and EditPad will show é. If you want the ASCII codes to appear literally, you have to escape them yourself. EditPad does not automatically encode & as & for ASCII+&html; or ' as \' for VIQR. If you type in é with one of these encodings, EditPad will display the é and insert é or e' into the file.
  • Character Map: Buttons to insert the character, its code page index in dec/hex, its Unicode code point in dec/hex or its XML entity.
  • Character Map: Filter map on Unicode blocks and scripts in addition to or instead of Unicode properties.
  • Character Map: Look up characters by typing in their code points.
  • Context menu item on file tabs to copy the file's path to the clipboard.
  • Convert|Text Encoding: ArmSCII (Armenian).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: ASCII+\uFFFF ASCII+￿ ASCII+￿ ASCII+&html;
  • Convert|Text Encoding: EUC-CN (Simplified Chinese).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: EUC-JP (Japanese).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: EUC-KR (Korean).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: EUC-TW (Traditional Chinese).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: GEOSTD8 (Georgian).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: HZ (Simplified Chinese) (conversion only; no direct editing).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: ISCII (Indic).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: ISIRI-3342 (Persian).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: ISO-2022-CN (RFC 1922) (conversion only; no direct editing).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: ISO-2022-JP (RFC 1468), ISO-2022-JP-1 (RFC 2237), ISO-2022-JP-2 (RFC1554) (conversion only; no direct editing). Also known as "JIS".
  • Convert|Text Encoding: ISO-2022-KR (RFC 1557) (conversion only; no direct editing).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: Kamenický (Czech and Slovak).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: KZ-1048 (Kazach).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: Macintosh character sets.
  • Convert|Text Encoding: Mazovia (Polish).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: MIK (Bulgarian).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: PTCP154 (Cyrillic Asian).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: TSCII (Tamil; conversion only; no direct editing).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: US-ASCII (7-bit).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: UTF-7 (conversion only; no direct editing).
  • Convert|Text Encoding: Vietnamese code pages: VISCII, VIQR/Vietnet, VNI, VPS, TCVN
  • Convert|Text Encoding: YUSCII.
  • Edit, Insert Date and Time, Other Date and Time: Screen that list all available date and time placeholders to easily build up a date and time format.
  • Edit, Insert Date and Time: History menu with recently used date/time formats instead of a single fixed date/time format configured in the preferences.
  • EditPad Lite can now be licensed (purchased) for business and government use. It is still free for personal use.
  • Extra, Consolidate blank lines: multiple blank lines are replaced by a single blank line.
  • Extra, Remove blank lines.
  • File Types, Colors: Ability to create multiple user-defined presets.
  • File Types, Colors: Ability to select a color preset for each file type, to allow different file types to use different color combinations.
  • File Types, Colors: Color buttons show a color wheel to select any color instead of boxes for entering R,G,B numbers.
  • File Types, Editor: Font and text layout can now be configured per file type.
  • File Types, Encoding: Option to auto-detect ASCII+UCN and ASCII+XML entities.
  • File Types: Choose the default file type for new files.
  • File Types: Multiple file types can now be selected at the same time in the file type configuration screen and any changes made in the file type configuration screen are applied to all selected file types.
  • File, Save Copy As: Checkbox on the Save dialog to open the copy of the file in EditPad right after saving the copy (Windows Vista and 7 only).
  • Go|Next Editing Position: Move in the opposite way from Go|Previous Editing Position. EditPad now remembers 16 editing positions per file instead of just 4.
  • Keyboard: Ctrl+punctuation key combinations for typing of accented characters on a keyboard that does not support them.
  • Keyboard: Key 5 on the numeric keypad scrolls the view to center the cursor in the screen when Num Lock is off.
  • Options, Right-to-Left: Toggle between left-to-right and right-to-left writing.
  • Options, Text Layout: Increase or reduce the line height and character width by one or more pixels, for a tighter or roomier display. Add one or more pixels of extra line spacing to make lines easier to distinguish. Set everything to zero to emulate EditPad 5 and 6. Set font size adjustment to zero, and extra line spacing to 1 pixel to emulate EditPad 4.
  • Options, Text Layout: Option to display ASCII characters using full-width characters when a file is detected to contain ideographs, so columns made with spaces and tabs line up nicely when ASCII and ideographs are mixed.
  • Options, Text Layout: Option to force the editor to be monospaced, even when a proportionally spaced font is used.
  • Options, Text Layout: Option to toggle Ctrl+Left/Right between always going to the start of the next word (like programming editors) instead select the next word (EditPad style).
  • Options, Text Layout: Option to treat all non-whitespace non-word characters as word characters, as whitespace characters (as in EPP 6), or to ignore them when double-clicking on a word to select it, or when using Ctrl+Del etc.
  • Options, Text Layout: Presets and custom selections with combination of font, reading order, cursor movement, cursor appearance, and character spacing.
  • Preferences, Cursors: Backspace unindents when Auto Indent is turned on in the Options menu. In EditPad 6 pressing backspace when there is only whitespace to the left of the cursor unindents the line when auto indent is on. Turning off this option restores the EditPad Pro 5 behavior, where backspace always deletes one character to the left of the text cursor.
  • Preferences, Cursors: Option to make arrow left and right move the cursor at the left/right edge of the selection and clear the selection (like Notepad does) instead of moving the cursor left/right one character and clearing the selection (like Wordpad does).
  • Preferences, Cursors: Smart End key.
  • Preferences, Editor: Automatically turning on "selection only" when pressing Ctrl+F with a selection that spans multiple lines is now an option.
  • Preferences, Editor: Double-clicking a word instantly highlights all occurrences of that word.
  • Preferences, Editor: Option to always highlight the active line, even when the editor does not have keyboard focus.
  • Preferences, Editor: Option to disable drag-and-drop editing as some people find it a little to easy to made inadvertant changes while clicking about with the mouse.
  • Preferences, Editor: Option to make Ctrl+Wheel change the font size (zoom) instead of scroll one page. Zooms individual edit boxes without changing the font in the text layout configuration.
  • Preferences, Open Files: Option to automatically reload all modified files when switching from another application to EditPad, instead of just the active file.
  • Preferences, Open Files: Option to automatically reload local files, but not network files.
  • Preferences, Panels: Change the font and colors used by the side panels.
  • Preferences, Save Files: Backup option to add the date and time as an extension.
  • Preferences, Save Files: Option to specify a specific folder to create all backup files in.
  • Preferences, Save Files: Quick backup option that moves files and saves a new file (like EditPad Pro 6), vs. an overwrite option that makes a backup copy and overwrites the original file (like EditPad Pro 4 and 5). The key difference is that while the former option is faster, only the latter will guarantee that the file saved keeps all of its file attributes. Particularly if the file is on a non-Windows system this will make a difference, as EditPad cannot control the file attributes like UNIX file ownership that Windows does not control.
  • Preferences, Save Files: Single backup appending ~.
  • Preferences, Tabs: Font.
  • Preferences, Tabs: Option to add new tabs at the end instead of to the right of the active tab.
  • Preferences, Tabs: Option to have an X button directly on each tab.
  • Preferences, Tabs: Use most recent order when switching tabs with Ctrl+Tab.
  • Print preview: Select any of the color schemes defined in the Color Preferences, and remember the selected scheme in relation to the one used for the editor.
  • Read Only: Toggle read only status via an item in the context menu of a file's tab.
  • Search, Instant Highlight: Automatically highlight all occurrences of the selected text.
  • Search, Inverted Line by Line: Match lines that do not contain the search term.
  • Search, Line by Line: Search each line separately, and select the entire line if it contains the search term.
  • Search, Toggle Search Panel: Toggles the visibility of the search panel, without changing the search text.
  • Search: A progress bar now appears for long searches, allowing the search to be aborted.
  • Search: Cut or copy all search matches to the clipboard.
  • Search: Placeholders %MATCH%, %MATCHN%, %LINE%, %LINEN%, and %FILE% with padding and arithmetic options.
  • Search: Search toolbar can now be used shown with or without the full search panel with multi-line search and replace edit controls. Small search and replace boxes appear on the toolbar when the search panel is hidden.
  • Side panels can now be docked anywhere and made to float.
  • Tabs: Holding down the Control button on the keyboard while clicking the X button on the tabs or pressing down the mouse wheel closes the tab without saving the file.
  • Tip of the day: Previous Tip button.
  • Toolbar and Menus: Side panel commands can now be added to context menus and the main toolbar.
  • Toolbar and Menus: The main menu, all the toolbars and most of the context menus can now be configured by right-clicking and selecting Configure, allowing all items to be rearranged and unused items to be removed.
  • Toolbar and Menus: Toolbars can now be docked anywhere or made to float.
  • Unicode file name support.
  • Unicode signature (BOM) status bar indicator, and an easy way to toggle writing the BOM for individual files.
Improvements:
  • Block|Write and Block|Append have been renamed to Block|Write to File and Block|Append to File for clarity.
  • Convert|Text Encoding: Converting from Unicode or any of the other legacy Vietnamese encodings to Windows 1258 now decomposes characters so that Vietnamese characters that are represented with combining marks in Windows 1258 are properly converted.
  • Create Portable Installation: If a PortableApps folder exists, install into a subfolder of that folder instead of into a subfolder in the root of the drive.
  • Drag and drop: Bring EditPad to front when dropping a file or text onto it.
  • Drag and drop: Drag URLs as URLs rather than as text, so they can be dropped on a web browser to open them.
  • Drag and drop: Dragging a tab now shows an image of the tab while dragging.
  • Drag and drop: Dragging and dropping text onto the selected text (e.g. from the main editor onto the selected search term after opening the search panel) now replaces the selected text rather than inserting the dropped text in the middle of it when not using persistent selections.
  • Edit|Delete Line: Do not move the cursor to the start of the line.
  • Edit|Redo: The keyboard shortcut for Redo was changed to Ctrl+Y to be more in line with other Windows applications. You can change it back to Ctrl+R via Options, Preferences, Keyboard.
  • Editor: Moving the cursor up and down when using a proportionally spaced font now maintains the horizontal pixel position instead of the column position of the cursor.
  • Editor: Tabs now line up correctly when using a proportionally spaced font.
  • Editor: The mouse pointer is now updated when the text scrolls underneath it (e.g. to change to a hand pointing at a link).
  • EditPad 7 runs side by side with EditPad 4, 5, and 6 instead of reactivating a running instance of EditPad 4, 5, or 6 like those versions do. EditPad 7 only reactivates EditPad 7 instances.
  • Eliminated 3d sunken border as to put the scroll bar against the edge of the screen if EditPad is maximized, making it very easy to hit with the mouse.
  • Exit item is now at the bottom of the right-click menu of EditPad's icon next to the system clock for consistency with other Windows applications.
  • Extra|Delete Duplicate Lines: Options what to delete: 1st occurrence of duplicate lines, 2nd and following occurrences of duplicate lines, and/or non-duplicated lines.
  • File Types, Colors: Make the color for links configurable.
  • File Types, Colors: The bold, italic, and underline checkboxes are now hidden for items on which they have no effect.
  • File Types: Eliminated the distinction between core file types and other file types, so all file types can be reordered or deleted.
  • File Types: Exporting file types saves all selected file types into a single .ini file.
  • File Types: Importing file types now asks if file types that are already in the list should be replaced or not if some are determined to be duplicates (only works with file types exported from EditPad 7).
  • File, New: Automatically number untitled files.
  • File|Reload from disk: Auto-detect the file type based on the contents of the reloaded file if the file is using the "any file" file type.
  • File|Reopen: Add files when closing them, and remove them when opening them, to make the Reopen menu an easy way to retrieve accidentally closed files instead of a list of recently opened files that mostly shows files you have already open at the top.
  • Go, Back and Go, Forward move back and forward between files in the order they were last edited. These replace View, Previously Edited File which rotated through the last 5 files.
  • HTML meta tag check for determining the file's encoding now supports the new HTML5 charset meta tag. must be in the first 512 bytes of the document.
  • Keyboard: Do not use default keyboard shortcuts with Ctrl+Alt+letter if a keyboard layout is installed that uses AltGr, to prevent conflicts between Ctrl+Alt+letter and AltGr+letter.
  • Keyboard: Tab key respects overwrite mode and replaces the next character(s) with the tab or its equivalent in spaces.
  • Keyboard: When expanding a selection with Shift+Up/Down, select everything to the start/end of the file when up/down is pressed with the cursor already on the first/last line. Moving the cursor away again from the first or last line restores the cursor's previous column position.
  • Mouse: Double-click on spaces to select a run of spaces, just like double-clicking on a letter selects words.
  • Opening a file via Windows Explorer (or any other application) should place the tab for the new file after the tab for the current file, instead of at the end. The File|Open menu item in EditPad does the same. Closing the new file then reactivates the previously edited file.
  • Paste: In Overwrite mode, pasting text should overwrite just like typing text does.
  • Preferences, Import: Preferences exported by previous versions of EditPad can be imported.
  • Preferences, Save Files: Turning on the option to automatically save working copies every few minutes now causes EditPad Pro to save working copies and leave them behind instead of prompting to save when you shut down Windows while EditPad has unsaved files open.
  • Preferences, System: The option to save settings into an .ini file instead of the registry has been removed. EditPad now always uses an .ini file. On some systems, EditPad took a long time to close, possibly due to anti-spyware software checking registry writes, making them very slow.
  • Read Only: Files forced to be read-only via the status bar indicator or the Open File dialog checkbox do not lose their read-only status when reloading from disk.
  • Reload from disk prompt now has a button for closing the file.
  • Search, Highlight: Highlighting multi-line search matches (which require the whole file to be scanned from the top rather than just the visible part) is now done in a background thread. If match highlighting hasn't reached the visible part of the file yet, it is displayed immediately without search matches until highlighting catches up, rather than waiting for all the matches to be found.
  • Search, Highlight: Highlighting of search matches is now updated instantly as you type in the search match instead of after a fixed 2-second delay.
  • Search: Alt+Letter mnemonics for search options that take priority over main menu items when the search panel has keyboard focus.
  • Search: Ctrl+F starts the search if the search box already has keyboard focus.
  • Search: Option checkboxes have been replaced with toolbar buttons.
  • Search: Remember the visibility of the search panel and its size between EditPad sessions.
  • Search: Selecting Remove All in one of the history menus now clears all 3.
  • Spell check: The replacements added to the user word list now take precedence over the main dictionary. This allows you to delete words from the dictionary by adding an automatic replacement for that word.
  • Undo: Changes made before and after saving a file now always result in separate items in the undo history, so there is always a way to undo to the point of each save. E.g. type "foo", save, type "bar", undo removes "bar" instead of "foobar".
  • View, New Editor: How the new editor is opened can now be configured in a submenu of the View, New Editor command rather than via the Preferences screen.
  • View, New Editor: Starting a new editor that splits the current editor now resets the size of the original editor when the new editor is closed and the original editor was not resized after the new editor was started.
  • Vista & 7: EditPad now scales itself instead of letting Windows handle the scaling when the font size in Windows has been increased by more than 125% (i.e. the display resolution is more than 120 DPI) resulting in a much crisper appearance of EditPad.
  • When EditPad is closed while maximized on a multi-monitor system, it now remembers which monitor it was maximized on in addition to being maximized.
  • Windows 7: Long operations that show a popup window with a progress meter now also indicate the progress on the taskbar button.

EditPad Lite 7.0.0 screenshot
EditPad Lite 7.0.0 screenshot, klik op de afbeelding voor een grotere versie.

Versienummer:7.0.0
Releasestatus:Final
Besturingssystemen:Windows 7, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008
Website:JGsoft
Download:http://download.jgsoft.com/editpad/SetupEditPadLite.exe
Bestandsgrootte:5,72MB
Licentietype:Freeware
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Reacties (2)

EditPad 7 is nog steeds gratis, maar bedrijven kunnen nu ook een licentie aanschaffen, als er geen behoefte is aan alle extra's die de Pro-versie biedt.
Moet dat niet zijn:
EditPad 7 is nog steeds gratis, maar bedrijven kunnen nu ook een licentie aanschaffen, als er behoefte is aan alle extra's die de Pro-versie biedt.
Nee,

EditPad Lite is free for personal use. Business and government users can purchase a license.

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