Professional NotePad 2.92.9

Professional Notepad is an advanced utility which lets you view and edit HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, PERL, SQL, Delphi, C++ and other languages source code.

Professional Notepad it is a powerful editor supporting the features you've always dreamt about, such as syntax highlighting, Code Templates, bookmarks, unlimited text size, URL highlighting, line numbers, powerful search and replace, multiple undo/redo, Drag&Drop;, color printing, etc.

While it can serve as a perfect replacement for Windows Notepad, it also offers many powerful features for Web page authors and programmers.

Key Features of Professional Notepad:
- Unlimited text and line size: Professional Notepad can work with really huge files and is still very fast.
- Syntax parsing and highlighting: syntax schemes for most common languages (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, PERL, SQL, Delphi, C++) are included.
- DOS and Windows charset support: Professional Notepad will automatically select charset when file opening.
- Hyperlinks: all hyperlinks will be automatically highlighted and followed when you clicks URL.
- Drag and Drop support: both Copy and Move are supported.
- Unlimited multilevel undo/redo.
- Line numbers: you can display the line numbers in Professional Notepad.
- Printing: color printing is supported.
- Export to HTML and RTF with color syntax.
- Bookmarks: up to 255 bookmarks in one text are supported. Images will be displayed on the gutter to mark the lines with bookmark.
- Regular expressions in search and replace.
- Word wrap. If you are working on the text with long lines, word wrap feature becomes extremely useful. You will not need to scroll far any more: since all long lines will be wrapped to fit the size of editing area.
- Code Templates: speed up the development process and help maintain consistency throughout your websites.

Requirements:
- Intel Pentium processor.
- 16MB RAM (Memory).
- 10MB of available hard disk

Limitations:
- 30 days trial
- Nag screen

License type: Trial / USD 18.00
Date added: Aug. 23, 2010, 12:06 p.m. | Last updated: March 29, 2011, 7:07 a.m.