xed

Text editor
 
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Xed is a text editor which supports most standard editor features, extending this basic functionality with other features not usually found in simple text editors. Xed is a graphical application which supports editing multiple text files in one window (known sometimes as tabs or MDI).

Xed fully supports international text through its use of the Unicode UTF-8 encoding in edited files. Its core feature set includes syntax highlighting of source code, auto indentation and printing and print preview support.

Xed is also extensible through its plugin system, which currently includes support for spell checking, comparing files, viewing CVS ChangeLogs, and adjusting indentation levels.
Latest reviews
5
RytronII 6 months ago

Maybe even better than Gedit.

5
biffster 11 months ago

Excellent text editor for basic tasks, syntax highlighting works well, and it can natively work on remote files. Good stuff!

5
Welcome 1 year ago

The navigation keyboard shortcuts are in the Documents menu. Alt+1 = 1st Document Alt+2 = 2nd Document Alt+3 = 3rd Document ... Alt+0 = 10th Document. Use the numbers across the top of the keyboard.

1
openletter 1 year ago

One step above original Microsoft Notepad because it has tabs. However, changing tabs cannot be done from the keyboard, as with every other tabbed application.

5
pernikv 1 year ago

I love this editor. I've never used better! It suits me better than Gedit.

5
vivono 1 year ago

Lo uso todo el tiempo.

1
brawaga 1 year ago

It fressed 12 gigs of RAM for editing small 60k file.

5
gregblee 1 year ago

My go-to text editor, with all the features i need (including F10 Sort, for my to-do list) and various syntax highlighting (Markdown and HTML mostly), but none of the awkwardness and size of other, more complex text editors.

2
syklist 2 years ago

The UI has some significant drawbacks if you are using LinuxMint as a "TV" with a large HD screen. I have been unable to find a way to make the toolbar icons large enough when sitting 2 m from a 27" screen. In addition they have the developers have followed the modern monotone flat icon fetish which a) makes it even more difficult to distinguish the individual icons at this distance and b) really does not fit in with an xfce desktop with Tango icons. I have installed Mousepad instead which does allow toolbar icons to be resized and has easily distinguished colourful icons.

5
tn5421 2 years ago

Simple, lightweight, convenient, and has built in dark themes. I've heard it has it's problems but I haven't experienced any yet.

5
Knezev87 2 years ago

ekstra program

2
ofmenlik 3 years ago

It doesn't show turkish txt files properly. Misses ç, ş, ğ, ü, ö, small i without dot (ı) and capital i with dot (İ)

5
tboxmy 3 years ago

A flexible text editor that helps with programming and editing of text files. This include highlight of text including Php, bash script, Java, Python, Lua and Html. Ease work with goto line number, seach and replace and insert date and time.

5
jastombaugh 3 years ago

Some limitations, but overall I very much like the feel of the xed! Quick and fast, and integrates very nicely with the rest of Mint.

3
FLOWXP 3 years ago

If ou make a modification to a file and hit close, it wil ask you if you want to save AND close, but it will only save. You have to close it

4
Caltrop 4 years ago

not bad but needs work, issues with larger files (>500kB), good for coding but I prefer Geany

1
Quexos 4 years ago

I use Xfce. Just leave Mousepad alone! It's part of the reason I use Xfce. All the "X-apps" need to go!

5
Ilis 4 years ago

Хороший редактор

5
thraxsa 4 years ago

Very stable editor - I think it is only going to get better with future releases.

1
EdmundF 5 years ago

Not even possible to open multiple windows, big step back from gedit