Tex-Edit Plus
Tex-Edit Plus
4.10.4

4.7

Tex-Edit Plus free download for Mac

Tex-Edit Plus4.10.4

26 September 2016

Styled text and development editor.

Overview

Tex-Edit Plus is a scriptable, styled text editor with a clean, uncluttered interface. It fills the gap between Apple's bare-bones TextEdit and a full-featured word processor. It's fast, efficient, and has a clean, uncluttered interface. It's also great for cleaning up text which is transmitted over the Internet. It includes full text-to-speech as well as media integration features. Please read 'Welcome to Tex-Edit!' and accompanying documents to understand changes in this version of Tex-Edit Plus.

What's new in Tex-Edit Plus

Version 4.10.4:
  • Converted to freeware
  • Fixed cosmetic bug in Tools panel
  • Compatible with OS X 10.11 El Capitan
  • Compatible with macOS 10.12 Sierra

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How would you rate Tex-Edit Plus app?

84 Reviews of Tex-Edit Plus

5
Pedromator
29 June 2013
Version: 4.9.16

Most helpful

Very good text editor. ***** Has many features and can handle text-files with large file size.
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Edac2
21 August 2019
Version: 4.10.4
Tex-Edit Plus has always been one of my most important apps, so I’ve been concerned about the warnings I’m getting about the upcoming Catalina upgrade. I asked the developer if an update is in the works, and he told me on 2019-08-21 that currently, "I have no plans to move TEP out of the 32-bit niche."
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5
Flavum
18 September 2017
Version: 4.10.4
It's all been said before. A wonderful, stable, dependable program. Just the "sort ascending/descending" tool is worth the price of admission. And now it's free? Almost criminal.
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5
Derekcurrie
26 September 2016
Version: 4.10.4
Thank you Tom for all your years of work on Tex-Edit! After all these decades, Tex-Edit Plus remains my default text editor of choice, where I write all my first drafts. Later, I play in the big layout applications. Highly recommended, as ever.
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5
Annie-Walker
04 August 2015
Version: 4.10.3
I have one of the first serial numbers ever issued to this program many years ago. I have loved it and the incredible personalized service Tom provides everyone who owns the app., since day one. You will never find anyone more dedicated to their craft and product than Tom Bender and Tex-Edit Plus. It does everything you want, and then some; and I've always thought of it more as a word Processor than a text editor. Full of options, tools, and will for me, always be the King Of Great TexEditors. A thousand thank you's Tom, for your great contributions to the Mac world of Desktop home computing!!
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5
Mcfitz
15 February 2015
Version: 4.10.2
Really great app that doesn't take many resources but is quite powerful. I've used it for many years and it's been worth much more than I paid for it. I use it for almost all text editing work, especially cleaning up text for web sites. Please consider supporting the author--it's a wonderful piece of software.
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5
MacNotesGuy
08 February 2014
Version: 4.10
Been using for years; by far the best of this type of smile text editor for Mac. Responsive developer and good about updating.
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5
Alec124c41
06 February 2014
Version: 4.10
I wouldn't be without it. Flexible, fast, easy to use, and can clean up imported formats.
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5
Pedromator
29 June 2013
Version: 4.9.16
Very good text editor. ***** Has many features and can handle text-files with large file size.
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SickTeddyBear
29 June 2013
Version: 4.9.16
Just an FYI, from the developer's site: "Tex-Edit Plus is Shareware ($15). Our software is not locked, crippled, time-limited, or ad-infested. Use Tex-Edit Plus for free as long as you like and only pay if you want to."
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hmfwic47
21 February 2013
Version: 4.9.15
For the last two times, when I use the MacUpdate app to download a new version, for some reason, the app itself is not installed. I have to go and download it myself and then the app is in the applications folder.
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ronaldpr
03 November 2012
Version: 4.9.13
Version 4.9.13 is the latest stable version since last week. See developer's site.
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Penguirl
27 September 2012
Version: 4.9.13
The current stable version is 4.9.12 available at:
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5
Jurij-Ricotti
20 August 2012
Version: 4.9.13
The best text editor ever, 15 dollars are nothing for that software, every writer should have it Jurij Ricotti
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5
Jurij-Ricotti
24 May 2012
Version: 4.9.13
thanks tom i was waiting.......thanks again
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5
Yazarim
24 May 2012
Version: 4.9.13
Simply the best since I do not know how many years. Many, many thanks, Tom!
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Aargl
10 May 2012
Version: 4.9.12
I've just come across what I think is a bug in the file format used by TE: when synching two macs through network, the "crossed out" attributes inside a file are not copied! (I've tried many times and checked vs .doc files) I've checked saving the file from both stable 499 and béta 4912 (and opening it on the other mac with corresponding version).
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Anotheruser
10 April 2012
Version: 4.9.12
Just a note that if you have "TextTools" installed (marsthemes.com), you will not be able to save (or close save dialogs) in Tex-Edit Plus (v4.9.9 & 4.9.12). Must be a conflict Text Tools has with the WASTE text engine.
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5
RavenNevermore
25 February 2012
Version: 4.9.12
Wow, it's back! This has been a favorite of mine from way back in SimpleText days. Makes me kind of misty eyed. :)
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Kp4bjd
10 February 2012
Version: 4.9.12
I'm delighted to see this long time favorite return (presently in version 4.9.10), updated for OSX. Mr. Bender has always been available, open and responsive to suggestions and bug concerns. I particularly appreciate its scriptability, including the assortment of scripts already available from other programmers. Tex-Edit successfully competes with current full-featured word processors, and the best part is its price !
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Jimblue
08 February 2012
Version: 4.9.12
i remember everyone used Tex-Edit to replace Apple's SimpleText -- i mean it was standard practice. now Apple's TextEdit is way more advanced than SimpleText was. anyway, it's nice to see you back and with a lot of downloads.
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4
Meersworld
07 February 2012
Version: 4.9.12
Great to see Tex-Edit back. I lost it when I went to Lion-- or maybe earlier. Up and running with one of my favorite text editors-- and it took my registration from 2004! I no longer have to try to do some text tricks the really hard way with MS Word!
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Iliketrash
02 February 2012
Version: 4.9.11
Weird. Dialog boxes can't be closed with Command-W.
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5
Macvet22
29 January 2012
Version: 4.9.10
Simple one of the best! Not just a notepad, but extended features, editing and menu controls pare excellence. Great for cleaning up rogue internet characters and now (M$) xml text in txt and rtf formats in particular. Always had it on my machines since ahh, System 6?, guess I should pay Tom for his trouble some time! 11/10!
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Maclover1-1
23 December 2011
Version: 4.9.10
Texas in a NutShell.. Texas hold 'em, Alex Jones and Tex-Edit. Yeehah !
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Charles-Miller
23 December 2011
Version: 4.9.10
I'd spent time trying to find a compact, powerful, trim text editor to leave open all the time for various uses. Thought I'd improve on TextEdit. The conclusion from all the searching (and greater familiarity with TextEdit) is that TextEdit may be the best choice. It's unassuming but IMO smart. Today, Text Edit Plus sounded promising. Downloaded & tried it with an arbitrary test. I copied a webpage column (with images, text, etc.) and pasted into both TE and TEP. TE showed all the items. TEP just showed the text. Wouldn't begin to judge TEP on this one feature. But since I use that feature, maybe I should stay with TE. Mentioning it here because there's likely more going on than I realize.
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5
Grandpa-John
20 October 2011
Version: 4.9.9
Hey! Tom Bender is back! So glad to see you old friend. I had relegated TEP to the back burners when it became to darn slow with the current string of updates to OSX. Now it is back faster than ever. It is still the best lean and mean solution to text manipulation needs.
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Svenster
20 October 2011
Version: 4.9.9
Love this program... Sooo glad its back. Thank You.
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Quiiick
20 October 2011
Version: 4.9.9
Great to see Tex-Edit Plus revived! :-)
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4.5
robfol
20 October 2011
Version: 4.9.9
Delighted to welcome an old friend back! Simple, flexible and now fast and furious again,. Thanks Tom
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tvalleau
20 October 2011
Version: 4.9.9
OMG, Tom! Welcome back!
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B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
20 October 2011
Version: 4.9.9
Wow! I thought for sure Tex-Edit Plus was dead. There hasn't been an update released in four years - as far as I could tell. I've used Tex-Edit since OS 7, so I'm glad to see it's alive and well.
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5
Anotheruser
20 October 2011
Version: 4.9.9
What a SHOCK, surprise and delight to see this new UB version. I have ... well, actually HAD been using TE plus for decades, but had given up on it because the non-native version proved to be too slow for my torturous work. Now I'm happily downloading this and need to find all my old scripts and re-install them on my new machine. Thank you Tom Bender, for hanging in there!
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5
Derekcurrie
20 October 2011
Version: 4.9.9
It has been my pleasure to own and use Tex-Edit and its descendants from ages past through today. While using Mac OS X 10.6, I was a bit displeased with problems in version 4.9.8 and thoroughly dismayed that it no longer worked in Mac OS X 10.7 Lion. But now: Tom Bender, the developer, has thankfully put hard work into version 4.9.9 such that it is again my favorite and most used text editor. It is actually a relief to be able to use Tex-Edit Plus X after contending with the multitude of alternatives. It is intuitive, powerful and just works, all without clutter and crud getting in the way. I write just about everything in Tex-Edit Plus X, then toss the text into a more powerful manager or page layout program for my finished product. I wouldn't do it any other way. When I write I just want to write without any distractions from my text editor. Then consider the terrific raft of features in Tex-Edit Plus X that reside under the hood. It is THE BEST text-to-speech reader available, bar none. It allows integration of audio, graphic and video into your files. It is the boss of UNIX and DOS formatted text, allowing you to do anything you wish with it. It lets you see an manipulate all your text formatting. It is thoroughly scriptable, including working with Automator. It has a WYSIWYG font list. It allows full font styling, text and page coloring, markup, hilite coloring, justification, indenting, GREP, find and replace, sorting, line numbering, character and word counts, auto-save, automatic character smartening, page numbering, margins, ruler control, soft wrap and RTF (rich text formatting). Did I miss anything? Get it, love it. There are no 'nags' to buy it. But it's only $15. I own multiple licenses just to thank Tom Bender for keeping it alive, well and excellent.
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5
Slammo
10 September 2011
Version: 4.9.8
I've used TexEdit for so many years I can't count. It's a simple text editor, and I love it for that. It does simple tasks without a lot of hassle or clutter. It's entirely stable. It Just Works.
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Jayce
29 August 2011
Version: 4.9.8
Check the developer's website for the new lion-ready beta (which is also great in 10.6.8.) It's great to have an updated well-functioning version. At least it sure makes me a lot happier now that I have it installed and running.
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Wts
07 July 2011
Version: 4.9.8
LION killed this application. We need a new Tex-Edit Plus X build.
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3lusiv3
21 December 2009
Version: 4.9.8
I still use this app occasionally because I haven't found anything more modern that works as well for cleaning up text. If anyone knows of a replacement app please let us know.
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Saintfu
12 December 2008
Version: 4.9.8
Since the developer is no longer working on Tex-Edit, and a universal binary is not forthcoming, can anyone suggest a recent text editor that has its searc-and-replace and text formatting capabilities? Thanks.
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Anotheruser
31 July 2007
Version: 4.9.8
Yay! That's my review. That 'whose clause' intel scripting bug really needed fixing -- Thanks, Tom! Even as a Rosetta app (hint hint) it's still one of my most useful favorites.
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Zoomaddict
30 June 2007
Version: 4.9.8b1
This is top-notch shareware but anyone considering it needs to be aware the developer is not currently supporting it. They claim to but Tex-Edit is not a Universal binary yet (and there is no date as to when it will be, just "I'll get to it when possible" about a year ago). Had to move to another text editor after several years, which was disappointing.
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Pink-Panther
02 February 2006
Version: 4.9.7b7
Name misleading. Nothing to to do with Tex or LaTex. Why not changing to "Text-Edit Plus X"?
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3.75
Jamie Kahn Genet
11 September 2005
Version: 4.9.4b6
Instead I get a Save File dialog upon quitting. It doesn't matter if I do in fact save it somewhere the first time (thinking maybe I have to do it just once at the beginning now). I still get it every time :-( This Workbook feature used to work perfectly in the previous version I was trying out. But not now. It's annoying as I'd come to reply on a scratchpad for my thought that I didn't have to bother saving manually. This and actual changing of files just to view them without garbage characters (e.g. line ending conversion), is very frustrating. I'd _like_ to use Tex-Edit to _view_ text files, but always being presented with Save File dialogs I then have to cancel out of, is a big waste of my time. I DON'T want to save anything to a readme, or other documentation file. It's a pity, as despite the flaws in Tex-Edit I'd like to have made it my main plain text and RTF editor. Now I'm looking at buying Nisus Express for rich text editing and keeping Text Wrangler around for plain text. Not as simple a solution as a better, working Tex-Edit may have provided me, but what else can I do? :-(
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Anonymous
31 August 2005
Version: 4.9.4b2
Great app, but i gotta agree, JUNK THE STUFFIT FILE!
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Anonymous
29 August 2005
Version: 4.9.4b2
yeah wth? this needs to be a dmg file - i'm not even going to bother downloading this version since I'm really happy apple has ditched the stuffit garbage FINALLY
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Anonymous
15 August 2005
Version: 4.9.3
Again: please do provide a downloadable file in .dmg or .zip-format too!!! Stuffit-Expander is no longer installed with the latest release of the MacOS (OSX 10.4 Tiger). And have you ever tried to download a copy of Stuffit-Expander? It's nearly impossible. You need to install the WHOLE StuffIt-suite of applications, which are by the way NOT freeware, in order to use Stuffit-Expander! This is insane! Make Tex-Edit Plus a DMG-file, please!
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3.5
Anonymous
28 July 2005
Version: 4.9.3b9
Stuffit-Expander is no longer installed with the MacOS (OSX 10.4 Tiger). In addition, since OSX was introduced, Apple recommends to generate disk-images (.dmg-files) for distribution of applications over the internet. So, could the developer please provide a downloadable file in .dmg or .zip-format (also supported by MacOS X since version 10.3) and not this clunky, proprietary .sit file-format. Thanks!
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5
Anonymous
04 July 2005
Version: 4.9.3b8
Ditto to some of the other comments. Buy it. Excellent software.
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Anonymous
30 June 2005
Version: 4.9.3b8
This is not a review. I have given it five stars several times over the 8 or so years I have used this great program. The best software bargain I know of. This is a rock solid program for me. Buy it and support it.
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Anonymous
09 February 2005
Version: 4.9.1
It is unusable with czech language.
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5
Arm3
29 January 2005
Version: 4.9
Hey guys and gals, if you have never paid for shareware, this is a good place to start. This guy has supplied us with a fine tool, and should be rewarded.
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Mike
01 December 2004
Version: 4.8.2
TE+ fills a niche between an unformatted text editor like BBEdit and a bloated piece wannabe layout software like MS Word. For the past five years, it's been the answer for my notes, rough drafts, and even simple coding. With tons of available AppleScripts, cleaning up e-mail and the like for printing is a snap. If it has a shortcoming, it's lack of grep at the interface level (though it is available to AppleScript). Overall, it's a great program, that offers the user thoroughly predictable results; and is a staple present on every Mac I use. Another plus: The programmer listens to the users.
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Anonymous
04 November 2004
Version: 4.8.2
I have to agree with the person who said this is too general to be really useful. Its a good basic editor but if you do any serious work with text you need more.
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Anonymous
21 October 2004
Version: 4.8.2b4
umm, say rah, if you just drag the Word .doc onto Tex_Edit (or its alias), the .doc will open - it has done this for ages ... better rtfm a bit more ...
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4.5
Anonymous
06 September 2004
Version: 4.8.1b1
this is a really good app that has one drawback that keeps me from using it very often. apple's textEdit can open ms word .doc files; the minute TE+ can also do this, it becomes my default text editor. until then, it doesn't get a whole lot of use (i paid for it more than a year ago, optimist that i am). i'm an editor, and contributors often send me material as doc attachments, even though i ask for rtf. with every upgrade, i look in "what's new" for "can open ms word documents." not yet, i see. i've rtfm, but if there's anything i've missed, maybe someone could post a clue. i'd appreciate it.
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Anonymous
06 September 2004
Version: 4.8
Yay! TexEdit is the best SimpleTextEdi and the best MemoTaker, too (so I threw away Apple’s OSX NotePad). You can also simply copy/paste pictures into/from TexEdit Plus! Great.
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Sjd
10 August 2004
Version: 4.7.1
I've used this program since 1998, and it is hands down the best plain text editor for the Mac. All my HTML is written in it. One Applescript gave me syntax highlighting and tag checking. There is no speed cost. I also write all my basic text documents in it. They import seamlessly into Quark XPress or InDesign, unlike Word files with buggy import filters. As a designer I do not need, and mostly despise, word processor style formatting of text documents. All that stuff needs to be stripped out for my work. It's small, fast and doesn't add anything extra in its file headers or paragraph handling.
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Anonymous
09 August 2004
Version: 4.7.1
I've used Text-Edit Plus for a long time now and it's the best small/ fast / functional / feature rich text editor available.
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4.25
Anonymous
02 May 2004
Version: 4.7.0b1
Tex-Edit is very handy for quick writing that doesn't require more than basic layout control. I have used it for bibliography and this semester I did the lecture notes for a class in Tex-Edit. Doing a little work with AppleScript (the readymade scripts are helpful) makes up to some degree for the lack of styles. Rulers would be useful for columnar data, and better yet rulers with "detents" at 1/8-inch intervals (the stock Apple text-edit ruler is frustrating in that respect). Another desirable feature would be full Cocoa typographical support (as in VoodooPad, which I also use quite a bit: color, underline, strikethrough, and shadows from the Font Palette) and full support for Unicode -- sometimes Tex-Edit accepts non-Latin1 characters from the Character Palette, sometimes it does nothing, or turns two-byte characters into two one-byte characters (?). The last desideratum would be more control over headers, footers, and the placement of page numbers.
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Anonymous
06 April 2004
Version: 4.6.8
I really like this program, even if I just use it for basic word processing. (I know it can do much more.) It's faster and simpler than Word, but much more sophisticated than TextEdit. But I am having trouble updating to this latest version. Why do developers not include idiots' guides to updating? Being an idiot, I need them.
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3.5
Anonymous
05 April 2004
Version: 4.6.8
I *want* to like this app, but it's too schizophrenic to actually be useful to me, for anything. Is it a code editor? Nope, no syntax hilighting, matching brace insertion or even auto-tabbing. Is it a word processor? Nope, no ruler, no stylesheets, or even pagination support. Is it a HTML editor? Nope, no help with tags, no links to external tools of any kind (except via applescript, with its clumsy, verbose syntax.) If I had to choose only one text editor/word processor to keep on my system, I'd choose TextEdit over this.
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Anonymous
03 March 2004
Version: 4.6.6
Keeps getting better. Give me syntax highlighting and it's the best text editor there is! BBEdit is nice but bloated. TexEdit does everything I need. :)
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5
Anonymous
24 February 2004
Version: 4.6.5b1
One of the very best. I have used TE+ for 9 years and have gotten so much utility from the application that I have paid the shareware fee twice.
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Toxicthree
14 January 2004
Version: 4.6b2
What can I say? I've been using this programme since I was labouring in System 7.5 and it's never ceased to amaze me with the amount and quality of it's features. Being in graphics, I usually use page layout apps for much of my work, but would rather not use a full, clunky word processing programme to edit type and apply certain kinds of styling in passing, not to mention cleaning up email, etc., and this app has always done everything I need exquisitely... Congratulations on what must be, along with GraphicConverter, one of the only essentially perfect apps for Mac... Kudos, and my gratitude!
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Anonymous
18 December 2003
Version: 4.6b1
About the only complaint I have with this is that the extracted folder name changes with every version. It would be alot nicer to just drop the thing in my Applications folder and replace the old version.
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Anonymous
18 December 2003
Version: 4.6b1
I use Tex-Edit Plus all the time. Especially for the AppleScript-savvy, it is a powerful tool. p.s. see my tip/reply regarding page breaks, below (for Anonymous)
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Anonymous
19 November 2003
Version: 4.5.3b2
It's unreal just how thoughtful and responsive this developer is. I can think of at least two occasions where issues I've brought to his attention, comparatively minor ones, have immediately been addressed in subsequent releases. This program is pretty much perfect for what it is.
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4.75
Anonymous
24 October 2003
Version: 4.5.3b1
Excellence! Even additions which i think it needs seem to slowly show up as it progresses. Always improving.
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4.5
Anonymous
23 October 2003
Version: 4.5.3b1
It's a shame that this software does not give us the possibility to have visual Page Breaks... to see whenever we are at the end of a page. Does someone knows how to implement that with scripts?
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Anonymous
21 October 2003
Version: 4.5.2
Simply the best text editor around for programming, cgi, html, etc. The find/replace features are outstanding... even unmatched! Scripting makes this program a must for automated tasks involving text. :-)
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Anonymous
21 October 2003
Version: 4.5.2
Tom Bender should get a life-time achievement award for this program. TE+ is still improving after all these years, still sets the standard for text editing on the Mac, and still costs only $15 (it doesn't even give you a shareware reminder, how old-school is that!). And of course it is still a pleasure to use - exactly the right balance between simplicity and tongue-in-cheek AppleScript geekiness. I wondered how this classic would survive the transition to OS X, but it's in better shape than ever. Great work.
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Dark Matter
09 August 2003
Version: 4.5.1b2
@ Bill West: For Mac OS 7.1 and newer you can use Style by Merzwaren to open & edit .rtf files. Word documents can be opened with icWord.
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Billfwest
10 June 2003
Version: 4.5.1b1
Folks what do you use to get the older )S 7/8/9 TE+ to view/edit/create RTF and maybe even Word.doc? billwest@appleisp.net
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Anonymous
09 June 2003
Version: 4.5.1b1
One of the best, if not the best piece of shareware for the Mac. Be sure to send some money to the guy, he deserves your support. It was the first piece of shareware I paid for, but not the last. It is still the best of the lot.
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5
Ron-West
08 June 2003
Version: 4.5
Simply put, the only thing I can say is GET IT... USE IT!
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5
Anonymous
26 March 2003
Version: 4.5
Awesome work!
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Wordman
21 March 2003
Version: 4.5b4
This isn't just the little app that could: this is the little app that can, and does. What a fine, fine piece of work.
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Anonymous
30 December 2002
Version: 4.4
Tex-Edit not only opens text-type files, it opens ANY file. I drag-and-drop corrupt pc e-mail to rescue and mine for data, unknown format files to look for tags, html, etc., etc. Incredibly stable and useful.
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5
Anonymous
07 August 2002
Version: 4.3b5
This is the best text editor for OS X (and OS 9) on the basis of cost and performance. It is reliable, trouble-free, and fast.
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4.75
Anonymous
05 August 2002
Version: 4.3b5
I've used this for years, best txt editor for macs so far and hasn't ONCE popped up a simple text "Document too large too be opened" msg. Glad an X version of this has come out, saves me getting BBedit. The Grep search/replace is invaluable amd saves hours editing HTML. Well worth the money.
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Anonymous
05 July 2002
Version: 4.3b2
I've been using Tex-Edit Plus as my primary basic text editor since Macs shipped only with Teach Text. It's fast, reliable and works like a charm. Great for html or viewing just about any text file--it opens anything.
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Anonymous
20 June 2002
Version: 4.2.5
Greatest code/HTML editor for the Mac OS 8.X through OS X. Worth every penny.
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Donaldson
30 May 2002
Version: 4.2.3
Download link goes to 404
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Jason
12 August 2001
Version: 4.1.3b2
Glad they made a OSX version. Very easy to use, stable, great features, but I wish it wasn't shareware. Oh well, can't be perfect. :-)
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Ned Hamson
26 March 2001
Version: 4.1.2b2
After Graphic Converter, I do not know of any application more useful to basic computing like it OUGHT to be.
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