TEA for Linux 14.3.1 reviewDownload
TEA is a modest and easy-to-use GTK+2-based editor with many useful features for HTML editing
TEA is a modest and easy-to-use GTK+2-based editor with many useful features for HTML editing. It features a small footprint, no annoying confirmations, no toolbars, a tabbed layout engine, support for multiple encodings, code snippets, customizable hotkeys, an "open at cursor" function for HTML files and images, miscellaneous HTML tools, preview in external browser, string manipulation functions, bookmarks, syntax highlighting, and drag-and-drop support.
Here are some key features of "TEA for Linux":
Extremely small size
Built-in file manager Kwas
Spellchecker (using the aspell)
Tabbed layout engine
Multiply encodings support
Code snippets, sessions and templates support
SRT-subtitles preview with Mplayer in a current subtitles position
Text analyzer called UNITAZ
"Open at cursor"-function for HTML-files and images
Misc HTML tools
Preview in external browsers
String-handling functions such as sorting, reverse, format killing, trimming, filtering, conversions etc.
Morse code translator
Ugly syntax highlighting ([X]HTML, C, C++, Pascal, PHP, Python, BASH Script, Gettext PO)
Drag'n'drop support (with text files and pictures)
Built-in image viewer (PNG, JPEG, GIF, WBMP, BMP)
UI localizations: English, Japanese, Serbian, Russian, Ukrainian
Automatic text encoding detection for Russian, Ukrainian, Finnish, German, Serbian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish, Slovak, Slovenian, Latvian.
What's New in This Release:
This release fixes some important and old bugs.
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