Metapad – added 4/22/2003
Metapad is a small, fast text editor for Windows 9x and Windows NT with similar features to Microsoft Notepad but with many extra (and rather useful) features. It was designed to completely replace Notepad since it includes all of Notepad’s features and much, much more. New and improved features include: * Persistent window placement * Dirty file notification * Intelligent Find and Replace * External viewer support (e.g. web browser) * Usable accelerator keys (Ctrl+S, Ctrl+N, etc.) * Dual customizable font support * Optional Quick Exit (Esc key) * Configurable tab stop setting * Auto-indent mode * Go to Line/Column * Seamless UNIX text file support * Block indent and unindent (Tab, Shift+Tab) * Recent files list * WYSIWYG printing * Snazzy status bar & funky toolbar * No file size limit! (under Win9x) * Hyperlink support.
Notepad Minus – added 5/28/2005
Notepad Minus is the only text editor that has less functions than the original notepad.exe that comes with Windows.
JC&MB Quicknote – added 5/28/2005
Quicknote is an always-available notepad tool that lets you type or copy/paste bits of text anytime, demanding no space on your taskbar and as little memory as it can. The program is accessible via shortcuts or via a small line on the top edge of your desktop – move your mouse over it and the tool will ‘wake up’ and display its resizable window.
SpineText – added 4/6/2004
SpineText is an advanced text editor for Windows that rises far above Notepad or it’s basic replacements to provide the tools and features needed by Webmasters, coders of text based scripting and programming languages, UNIX administrators or anyone who needs to edit plain text files or files for the Web.
Haxial TextEdit – added 4/6/2004
Haxial TextEdit is a simple, fast and text editor that edits plain text files. It can edit text files in Mac, DOS/Windows, and Unix formats. It also includes a Find/Replace function, and a menu for quick access to your favorite documents. Note that plain text files do not support fancy formatting features, or font styles etc, and thus neither does TextEdit because the purpose of TextEdit is only to edit PLAIN text files.
Xpad – added 4/6/2004
Xpad is a sticky note application written using GTK+ 2.0 that strives to be simple, fault-tolerant, and customizable. xpad consists of independent pad windows; each is basically a text box in which notes can be written. Despite being called xpad, all that is needed to run or compile it is the GTK+ 2.0 libraries.
CodePad – added 4/5/2004
An enhanced, easy to use code and hex editor. Features include: file browser, quick templates, projects management, collapse/expand lines, syntax highlight, columnar blocks, export to RTF and HTML, last used files list, etc.