Discussion in 'macOS' started by mictlan, Mar 21, 2015.
Bluefish (It's free and easier to use)
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Visual Studio Code for graphical (free)
Sublime Text 3 for gui (nagware)
vim for professionals (free)
Tests-MBPownloads testuser$ whereis vi
eeeeeeeeeehaw. this one still rawks baybie! good'ol vi xD
I'd suggest BBEdit, I've been using it, and its the closest thing you'll find to notepad++
MSDOS edit command
Is text wrangler free?
Sublime is a very good one.
Nice.i will try the Subline text.
I always used TextWrangler until BareBones retired it, but since the free edition of BBEdit does everything i need.. I just stuck with that
textmate is the best
vscode & sublimetxt recommended, but sometimes, windows notepad or mac's own editor just works.
Sublime Text for mac & Pilot Edit for M$ OS.
Sublime Text 3 or Visual Studio Code
Was using BBEdit, but now VS Code all the way
Visual Studio and Sublime Text 3
I often use the services of real writers to write articles for my Instagram profile. After receiving the article, I check them with the help of many editors and I remain with pleasant surprise. The level of these writers makes me happy.
What your looking for is final draft.