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Favourite text editor

Discussion in 'General Computer Discussion' started by Jon, Jan 8, 2015.

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  1. Jon

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    When I was in college we were taught to use Notepad++, but since then I've changed it up a bit to Atom/Sublime. I like the layouts of atom and sublime way more, and have some useful extras I find good.

    I used to just make websites in Notepad, which works but very boring
     
  2. Filthgrinder

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    I don't use Notepad to edit text or even type anything.
     
  3. Kar

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    I use Notepad++ just because. xD
     
  4. JfN

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    Notepad normally with any .txt .html .php, Notepad++ on (big) PHP files, I've looked into Sublime and it looks really nice - might have to try it out :).
     
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    I use Sublime, as I am on a macbook.
     
  6. Aura

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    I would have to say NotePad++. I might switch it for SublimeText however. That GUI and colors are sexy as hell.
     
  7. Synga

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    Quite often Notepad++ at home and Sublime at work. I should really get Sublime up and running at home for most work though.
     
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    Adobe dreamweaver
     
  9. Filthgrinder

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    Hah.
     
  10. Aura

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    Wait, Dreamwaver is WAY more than a text editor no?
     
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    I use it for the colour codes, mainly because im dyslexic it helps
     
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    Notepad++ and Sublime also have color codes no?
     
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    They may do?????????? But i enjoy what I use...
     
  14. JfN

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    They definitely do, the syntax is much better as well. Dreamweaver works but I strongly dislike the design view, doesn't work well and even if it does it's necessary imo.
     
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    Yeah they do, look up Sublime. Tell me if there's color missing for you, haha. And I say that because Dreamweaver isn't really text editor, it's made to do way more than that.
     

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