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mikedidthis
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Personally I don’t see why you would use two different editors. Its almost admitting that neither editor meets your needs.

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CleanScript
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Personally I don’t see why you would use two different editors. Its almost admitting that neither editor meets your needs.

Espresso does a fantastic job in html and css. I don’t know about js yet. Coda has all the functionality you need when working with php and remote sites. They’re both fast, easy and intuitive, doing what they’re focused on very well. If I had an editor that mashes them both, I would use that. so yes, I admit, neither meet my needs. espresso is just better than anything else on CSS and HTML and coda has a lot of good stuff in it.

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mikedidthis
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Yep, damn shame there is no hybrid! :(

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FRESHFACE
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Hi guys! I’m wondering why no one is using Aptana Studio 3 ? It’s best IDE for extensive HTML / PHP / CSS projects, it goes with Intellisense ( auto completation ) and simple is the best IDE solution for Mac ( and trust me, I tried all IDE ’s available for Mac )

http://aptana.com/
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