Release Notes: Mac shortcuts and bugfixes are included. Syntax highlighter performance has been improved for older systems, and Text Trix is now backward compatible with Java 1.4+. Word Find includes new refinements.
Release Notes: Formatted text is now supported, including font style, size, color, and alignment. Multiple instances of the main window can be created for side-by-side text editing.
Release Notes: The editor now features syntax highlighting, search navigation improvements, and many fixes for building and startup. The Ostermiller syntax highlighter automatically colors and formats source code according to the given file type. Search improvements include reverse searching in Word Find and contextual scrolling for viewing found text in its context. Line Dance also includes several fixes, and now automatically names lines based on selected text. Text is more mobile through drag-n-drop. Compilation has improved Java detection, and new command line options have been added.
Release Notes: This release introduces new features for better visualization of text. Key features are Line Dance, a tool for jumping between multiple lines in a given file, Group Tabs, for organizing large numbers of files, and Word Find, a quick-find tool built into the status bar. There were also many bugfixes and other enhancements.
Release Notes: This release has a few new features and bugfixes. The preferences support an import/export/reset function for backing up preferred settings. When searching through text, the found text is scrolled to the top for easier viewing. A template has been added for creating plug-ins with windows. Line Dance and tab history bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Many new features were added. Line Dance is a tool to jump between multiple lines in a given file so that many places in a file can be edited or referenced at the same time. Group Tabs is a way to organize large numbers of file tabs into groups. Word Find is a quick-find tool built into the status bar to complement Line Find, a tool for quickly jumping to a given line while editing code.
Release Notes: Many bugs were fixed. Notable fixes include the removal of a couple start-up errors that were reported on some platforms. The new Song Sheet plugin was also tweaked to work with a wider variety of text formatting.
Release Notes: This release features tabbed browsing, including forward/back browser-style navigation, wrap-indent that visually aligns word-wrapped text, multiple keyboard shortcut models, and Line Find, a find-as-you-type navigator for line numbers. There were also graphical updates to several plugins, including the Extra Returns Remover for reformatting emailed or similar text.
Release Notes: New features include a "What You See Is What You Print" (WYSIWYP) printing system to print the same alignment you see on screen, the ability to auto-save, by your preference and according to your chosen time interval, a status bar to track hard-returned lines, and a rudimentary system for keeping Text Trix windows focused together.
Release Notes: The text tinkering tool sports a new Preferences panel to remember customizations to the writer. It can provide quick access to recently opened files or reopen them automatically at start-up. One can also choose from different sets of shortcuts, including ones that shorten finger-reach and speed up typing (e.g. Emacs-style shortcuts).