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TLaude says

What do you folks use as far as text editors go?

Me personally have used Web Expressions 3, Dreamweaver, Notepad, Notepad++, ConText, and a bunch of others I can’t remember.

Web expressions is alright.. but looking to check out others to find one that I feel comfortable with.

Any suggestions?

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CreativeStable says
What do you folks use as far as text editors go?

Me personally have used Web Expressions 3, Dreamweaver, Notepad, Notepad++, ConText, and a bunch of others I can’t remember.

Web expressions is alright.. but looking to check out others to find one that I feel comfortable with.

Any suggestions?

At work Im on a mac so I use Coda and sometimes CSSedit… at home Im on windows so I use nusphere. I used dreamweaver when I was in school but I am not a fan of it.

nusphere is great if you are really into programming… I find coda is the easiest to use and everything is very speedy.

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vasilios says

Right now I’m using Espresso, but it’s been crashing a lot lately. I’ll be switching over to Coda when I get my laptop.

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TLaude says
Right now I’m using Espresso, but it’s been crashing a lot lately. I’ll be switching over to Coda when I get my laptop.

I’m purchasing a mac soon, and will definately try out Coda.

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Januska says

I normally use Notepad and Notepad++.

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Ivor Envato team says

Coda!

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JeffreyWay says

If on Mac, I recommend TextMate, Coda, and Netbeans.

If on PC, use E-Text-Editor or Notepad++

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dwoolf says

Smultron on Mac. No more development for it though :(

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fredwu says

Textmate Textmate Textmate. :-)

(Can’t believe this is my first ever post here).

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Ivor Envato team says
Textmate Textmate Textmate. :-) (Can’t believe this is my first ever post here).

Hahaha! and you work at Envato man c’mon, be with us more :P

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