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I was cruising around on my monthly visit to snapfiles.com and i found something slick and nice.

It doesn't support UTF-8 but the author says it's on his todo list.

The editor is fast and has allmost all the features you need.
It even has a "ToDo" manager !!!

www.mpsoftware.dk/phpdesigner.php

I will keep an eye on this software to announce when UTF support is added

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What's UTF-8 or UTF for that matter?

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tonyinthebiz wrote
What's UTF-8 or UTF for that matter?


It almost like writing concept.

One person write french, one person write spanish and one write english. The letters looks the same but guess what they all can't understand each other. That is how I can put it.

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Using an editor to edit some Dragonfly files that isn't UTF-8, can mess up your site.

Notepad2 is a cool program thats free and a UTF-8 editor (google it)

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Woah, so it's not exactly safe to use that to work on DF files until it's UTF-8? Hmmmmm... good to know.

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yea i found this out doing my module tutorial in Komodo Pro. if i opened the file in Note Pad it was terrible. although there is UTF-8 compliance i didn't turn it on.

still haven't checked it out. i should have

i'm just that sweet

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There is no better editor than this.

**Waits for religious war to ensue...**

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That is a sweet editor, Still swearing by Ultraedit, but things could change...

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seems quite nice but it doesn't match up to Eclipse for me.

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I prefer EditPlus though UltraEdit is the same thing basically.

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I need honest opinion here:

Considering upgrading from Dreamweaver MX 2004 to Dreamweaver 8.

Forgetting that it is a commercial product would you say Dreamweaver is one of the better products for PHP editing.

I've looked at PHP Designer 2005 but found it difficult to import the whole CMS as a project, with Dreamweaver I simply create sites and PHP Designer has no manual or help files!

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Dreamweaver is the worst since it overwrites everything.
For example if you modify a theme file it writes unwanted tags to the file.

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I like ConTEXT www.context.cx/

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xengoreth wrote
There is no better editor than this.

**Waits for religious war to ensue...**


LOL Smile

i prefer crimson editor myself - maybe we ought to change this topic to "what's your favorite text editor?"


does anyone really use emacs or pico? haha

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