MetroTextual: Simple Text Editor With A Windows 8 Style

Often, when we look at word processors, we look for lots of features and options. However, that is not always the best option, especially if you are using the text editor for programming. Sometimes, a minimalist approach is actually better for a text editor. Sure, it can have some cool features in there, but the core of the editor should be simple and easy to use.

That’s where MetroTextual comes into play. It offers a Windows 8 style text editor that works on Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.

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The interface in MetroTextual foregoes all the crazy buttons and options and just offers you a place to type and get your work done. It does have some cool options under the hood, but they do not get in the way of the core functionality of the app, which is writing.

For programmers, MetroTextual offers syntax highlighting, which is powered by Scintilla. It also uses multi-threading technology so it will load super fast, regardless of what operating system you are using.

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The UI looks like it belongs in Windows 8. It has that Metro style that looks simple and functional. It has support for all character encodings supported by Windows, so it will function exactly as you need it to. If you are a programmer, you will be happy to know that it supports JavaScript, Assembly, C#, Python, Postgre SQL, MSSQL, VBScript, XML, CSS and HTML.

Features:

  • Minimal text editor application with a Windows 8 style.
  • Syntax highlighting for programmers.
  • Support for JavaScript, Assembly, C#, Python, Postgre SQL, MSSQL, VBScript, XML, CSS and HTML.
  • Uses multi-threading to make the app fast.

Find MetroTextual @ singularlabs.com/software/metrotextual

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