The daddy of a lot of other editors. (to bad it seems to be infected with the potential of constant flickering text in mint 19)
Still the best text editor I know of.
Best (HTML-)editor! I use it for HTML and CSS, it works perfectly!
Used it for Windows Autoit. Now using it for linuxmint KDE
Love a first sight...
When ever I switch from Windows (where I use Notepad++) to Linux, Scite is the dev text editor I use. Great feature set and very customisable.
One of the nicest editors around. The Win alternative, Notepad++ is based on Scite. For the perfect editor I would marry Scite and Geany (which can't handle multiple files as Scite does).
Pretty good, at first sight!
Nice tool, but I would to customize it more.
El mejor editor de texto para uso cotidiano y para programación
..Between this and Notepad++ there is no need for any other text editor in Linux or Windows!
Unbeatable set of features. Configured by text file, so you can version-control your configs! Everything I could want from an editor. Based on same widget as Notepad++
The only editor I use on Windows and Linux.
I use it by default on both my linux box and win 7.
for use in HTML editing...... good... Hmmm
colored syntax for developer, can open binary file as text, a pretty good tool
Incredible. Used it while working, now use it at home.
Very handy and cool programming editor ;-)
Powerful, but I wish I could customize it a bit. The toolbar seems unchangable. It's a bit nit-picky but the icons could use a different theme. Otherwise, functionally looks like a great editor!
My editor of choice across all platforms. Love having the syntax highlighting and the debug console built in.