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ChristineWilde Envato team says

I use Notepad ++ at work because Dreamweaver seems to be frowned upon by the developers and I’m the only designer.

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ArikB says

Only part I don’t like about Dreamweaver is that I need to start up that huge program just.to.type.code.

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SuperMario290 says
notepad++ comes to mind, but it’s not an all in one editor. It’s just an editor…

Yeah I use that and dreamweaver, my poor lack of a job doesn’t allow me to spend tons of money on a Mac. Someday though :)

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mabuc says

plus1 for Notepad ++ for windows user :) Coda for MAC

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Eight7Teen says

I like eText Editor for Windows… but I guess it’s more like TextMate than Coda

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MADSOFT says

lol, I think I’m the only one who uses Textpad on windows. It’s great that you can download add-ons including utilities and syntax definitions for whatever programming language you use, that way it’s customized to work with only the languages you want it to.

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furto says

I use and LOVE Notepad ++ and i think it is the closest thing to coda. Also, get the latest version and then get the FTP sync plugin and the QuickText plugin.

Everyone with a mac seems to use some awesome snippet program and the QuickText plugin for notepad ++ does this very well!

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osigrandi says

if you can go through the inconvenience of trying to install leopard on a virtual machine and then installing coda on it….you can use coda on windows eventually :) but if you dont have tons of RAM and a decent cpu, it will be too slow to be worth using this combo.

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JeffreyWay says

If you want the Mac experience…consider E-Text-Editor. It’s TextMate’s Windows counterpart. :)

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kailoon Envato team says
If you want the Mac experience…consider E-Text-Editor. It’s TextMate’s Windows counterpart. :)

I use E-Text-Editor, and it is great.

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