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UniRed is a unicode plain text editor. It supports many charsets (16-bit Unicode, UTF-8, Windows/DOS system charsets, Latin-1, Latin-2, Latin-3, etc., Cyrillic charsets, etc.). It allows you to use HTML-style presentation of Unicode symbols, features syntax highlighting that can emphasize syntax elements by colors and/or text styles, and much more.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  28 Nov 2001 09:10

    Release Notes: Menu "Windows" and cloning of a window (simultaneous editing one file in many windows) support was added. When a file type changes, attributes now correctly refresh (highlighting, macros, substitutions, etc.). Syntax highlighting of long files is now implemented asynchronously. There are now registered filters in Ini\fiters.ini that are common to all file types, and filters for respective types are in Filter\*.ini. Text drawing speed was increased, and bugfixes were added.

    •  08 Oct 2001 08:16

      Release Notes: When calling the filter, tabs transformed to spaces. In some circumstances lines appeared under the text. Macro did not recognize macros from the same section. All of these errors have been fixed.

      •  28 Sep 2001 08:26

        Release Notes: The view of the structure tree (source code browser) has been changed, and it is automatically rebuilt when a text change occurs. A "Structure" menu item has been added to the main menu. ISpell starts only once during a session of UniRed. UniRed is now compatible with Delphi 6, and it is now able to use proportional fonts. Many bugs have been fixed.


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