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Old December 18th, 2005, 05:13 PM
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Default text editor for mac os 9.2

I'm not sure about what text editor to use with mac os 9.2, any suggestions?

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I guess no one's using OS 9 anymore! I'd have a slew of suggestions if you were running OS X. Any reason you can't upgrade to OS X?? It works pretty well on older hardware, from what I hear. It just disables the more CPU-intensive graphics and what not, classic apps are still runable (on PowerPC platforms) in Mac OS X.

Beyond that, the best I can suggest is Googling it.

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BTW, if you did manage to find a good text editor for Mac OS 9, follow up with us here so that the next person looking might see your answer. :D

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Atom is good. Ability to add additional features to an edit is very important, and this is an area that Atom shines at. Another nice feature of Atom that I've found lacking in Sublime is the drag/drop file/folder support in the tree view. I'm so used to not having it in Sublime that being able to shift things around is a real treat! ( https://www.cleverfiles.com/howto/to...itors-mac.html )

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You can use Brackets code editor from Adobe. This is an open source software.

I use this one in both Mac and PC and I recommend this to everyone. Although it looks a simple software, it has lots useful features. You can check YouTube to see the useful features of the Brackets.


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