DEdit Text editor

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DEdit Text editor
Version: 0.76 R12 Updated
Platforms: Series 60, Series 80, Series 90, Symbian OS
Developer: Juriy Bakunin
Distribution Type: Freeware
Downloads: 27850
File Size: 270 Kb

Rating: 2.7/5 (Total votes: 132)

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DEdit is a rich text editor aimed at creating and editing text files. DEdit lets you have multiple editing windows with several files at the same time, includes a history of files, search and replace functions, selecting text of various types, advanced functions and bookmarks. The texts can be saved with almost any type of character encoding, one can highlight the line in which they are editing and configure the appearance and colors of the editor. DEdit is a true multitasking application, with it you can edit multiple files and move between windows with menu button.

"DEdit":

· History of 20 last open files
· Integrated simple file manager, which helps you to open and save files
· A lot hotkeys, designed for using with one hand
· Advanced selection and movement operations
· Support of many encodings, including system encoding plugins (.cpl)
· Search and replace in text, with history of user searches.
· Can remember last positions of edited documents
· Remember user defined text positions (Bookmarks), 20 for each edited document
· Show one-based string and symbol position of cursor

What's New in This Release:

· [!] Hotkeys work again
· [+] Search in History (a la Bookmarks)




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Comments to DEdit Text editor

6 Comments
  • Vecca 11 Jul 10

    Very useful text editor, the 'Look and Feel' of this application is a nice touch.

  • C6 user 1 Oct 10

    expired certif.

  • resh 22 Oct 10

    good

  • Darlanio 23 Dec 10

    I get "Certificate Outdated" when I try to install this on my Vivaz Pro. Can anyone help me with this? New version coming soon?

  • warrick 3 May 11

    This is a great discovery

  • Flo 26 May 11

    For those of you getting the "Certificate Outdated" Message:

    - Set your phone date to 01.05.2009
    - Install DEdit Text Editor
    - Open DEdit and close it
    - Set phone date back to current value

    Now you can use DEdit as normal.

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