have found. Smultron is quick and doesn't hog a lot of system resources, which helps make it easy to like. Unfortunately its not maintained anymore. TextWrangler seems the most likely candidate so far, but its slide-out document drawer is a bit large and doesn't scale down as much as I would like. Last month I wrote here about my quest to find a satisfactory Intel-native replacement for. Well, after receiving a friendly email from Benjamin Stiglitz over at Apple, it turns out that this is an OS X wide x gamer rabatt behavior.
First of all I'd like to thank you for your interest in my applications. I would also miss Smultron's syntax highlighting and html tag completion and split-window format option features, although TextWrangler does have a raft of advanced and powerful text editing features as well as arguably the best find replace engine in the category, so would have its. There are plenty of excellent little apps still available, but none I've discovered so far that offers the key attribute of a compact document/database index window with its interface that shrinks down gracefully to a size that's not obtrusive on.3" MacBook's display. Alas, Peter Borg has discontinued development of Smultron, posting a notice on his site this week reading: Hi! KeyRemap4MacBook, the way to get your keyboard work with Emacs and terminal. Firefox, flip4Mac, chrome iStatNano, keePassX, macfuse for more permanent sftp-mounts. Smultron, which shared enough attributes with NotePad Deluxe to be a pretty adequate replacement. Sadly, NotePad Deluxe is no longer being developed, and moving to my Intel MacBook broke the application, obliging me to find a substitute. I find its search engine less flexible and useful than NPD's, but for the most part, it's a great little application with some strong points and virtues of its own that NPD didn't have.