jalada Textual
jalada Textual


jalada Textual free download for Mac

jalada Textual4.5.0

24 September 2016

The text editor for Mac OS X packed with features.


jalada Textual is your Swiss Army Knife to edit any kind of text based files. Whether you simply need a tool to edit your configuration files, an application to modify or reformat large text files, a programming IDE or just an editor to tweak your Web pages. Textual does what you want, the way you would expect.

Textual focuses on manipulating text in ways that word processors generally cannot. In service of this goal, it offers many features including syntax highlighting, code folding, regular expression based find and replace operations, code completion, multiple character sets, split views and other useful features that enables you to edit small and also very large text files quicker and more easily.

Textual is able to highlight the syntax of all important languages including
  • Bash
  • Batch
  • C/ C++
  • C#
  • Cmake
  • CSS
  • D
  • Diff files
  • HTML
  • IDL - both MSIDL and XPIDL
  • Java
  • JavaScript
  • Lua
  • Make
  • Perl
  • Python
  • PHP
  • Ruby
  • SQL
  • TeX
  • LaTeX
  • XML

What's new in jalada Textual

Version 4.5.0:
  • This new version delivers general application fixes and compatibility updates.

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How would you rate jalada Textual app?

3 Reviews of jalada Textual

17 July 2009
Version: 1.0.1

Most helpful

Can't get it to run. Too bad, seems like a useful app.
09 February 2010
Version: 2.5.2
The demo version expired yesterday, even though the app was updated today. Consequently, the this version 2.5.2 (02/08/2010) will not run in demo mode.
15 August 2009
Version: 1.5
Failed to start for me (in demo mode). The Console shows: 8/14/09 6:57:01 PM [0x0-0x74074].com.jalada.textual[2436] QObject::connect: Cannot connect TextualApp::fileOpenRequest(QString) to (null)::openDoc(QString)
17 July 2009
Version: 1.0.1
Can't get it to run. Too bad, seems like a useful app.