TideText X
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TideText is a simple, unstyled ASCII text editor. Hold down Command-Option while dragging a file of any type onto its Dock icon, TideText will open it & display it as text.

TideText has one lonely special feature that comes in handy at times - you can save a document as a template file by choosing 'Save As Document Template' from the File menu. You'll be prompted to enter a name for the template, and it'll be saved to ~/Application Support/TideText/ with a .tmpl extension. When you choose 'New From Document Template' from the File menu, a new window will open with the template's text
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.1 or later






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Tenebrous reviewed on 28 Nov 2004
It does exactly what I need it to -- edit text and save text. Keyboard shortcuts are intuitive and it's free. Great job, man!
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Downloads:4,637
Version Downloads:3,466
Type:Business : Word Processing
License:Free
Date:13 Aug 2002
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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TideText is a simple, unstyled ASCII text editor. Hold down Command-Option while dragging a file of any type onto its Dock icon, TideText will open it & display it as text.

TideText has one lonely special feature that comes in handy at times - you can save a document as a template file by choosing 'Save As Document Template' from the File menu. You'll be prompted to enter a name for the template, and it'll be saved to ~/Application Support/TideText/ with a .tmpl extension. When you choose 'New From Document Template' from the File menu, a new window will open with the template's text filled in. You can use this to set up new 'empty' documents for HTML, perl, shell scripts or what have you.


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