|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windoows All|
|File size:||1.32 MB|
Publisher description for TSE Pro
The SemWare Editor Professional (TSE Pro) v4.4 for Windows (9x/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista or greater) is a compact, fully-featured text editor that is ideal for programmers, for users needing to manipulate data files (both large and small), as well as anyone needing a fast, powerful, general purpose text editor. Load as many files (long filenames supported) as Window's virtual memory will allow. Files may be loaded in normal text mode or in binary mode (great for editing/viewing non-ASCII files), and additionally offers a HEX mode view, which can be toggled on/off for each file. Use the editor's video macro to adjust the size of the editor's display on the Windows desktop, choosing one of the predefined window sizes, a custom defined size, or choose to use the maximum columns/rows of Windows desktop. Some of the many features of the editor include: Powerful macro programming language (over 500+ commands, including the ability to call DLLs) with debugger; multi-language compiler support; load and/or execute macros from within the editor, or from the command line; configurable menus/keyboard; block marking operations (includes column, character, and line based blocks); regular expression search/replace; color syntax highlighting; spelling checker; pop-up ASCII chart; Windows clipboard support (in addition to editor's internal clipboard); interactive configuration; context-sensitive help system; GUI interface and more! Other key features - Wheel Mouse support; Font selection; Enhanced printing; Multilevel Undo/Redo; option to search subdirectories for matching files when loading or selecting files; search external files for a string; dynamic visual brace match; Browse mode for Read-Only viewing of files; Handy startup menu option; Multiple user-interface files, featuring common windows key assignments; New for this release - Single-instance option; Transparent mode option; Editor-on-top option; 30+ new macro language commands/variables and command enhancements.