RJ TextEd Portable 14.60  Pick    

Size:  148MB

License:   FREE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2020-08-02  | Changelog

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OS:  Windows XP/2003/Vista/7/8/10

Downloads:   42810

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10



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Software Product Description

RJ TextEd is a full featured text and source editor with Unicode support. It is also a very powerful web (PHP, ASP, JavaScript, HTML and CSS) development editor. The functionality extends beyond text files and includes support for CSS/HTML editing with integrated CSS/HTML preview, spell checking, auto completion, HTML validation, templates and more. The program also has a dual pane file commander, as well as a (S)FTP client to upload your files.


  • Auto completion.
  • Code folding.
  • Column mode.
  • Multi edit and multi select
  • Advanced sorting.
  • Handles both ASCII and binary files.
  • CSS and HTML wizards.
  • CSS and HTML preview using internal IE, Firefox 4 and Chrome browsers.
  • FTP and SFTP client with synchronization.
  • File explorer, text clips, code explorer, project manager...
  • Convert between code pages, Unicode formats and text formats.
  • Unicode and ANSI code page detection.
  • Open/Save UTF-8 encoded files without a signature (BOM).
  • Unicode file paths and file names.
  • HTML validation, format and repair.
  • Tools available like syntax editor, color picker, charmap...
There are a many features not listed above. Including spell checking, e-mail support, advanced search with regular expressions.


"Tons of great, useful, features for programmers"

Reviewer: -compmend

Review Date: 2016-09-14

Pros: This program is packed with features, one of the first you will notice is that it has a fully featured file explorer (only available as plug-in in Notepad++), it also has file templates for tons of file types, if features really nice syntax highlighting, themes (I like the Charcoal dark slate), split document view, macros, scripts, integrated web browser preview (IE & Chrome based), there are too many additional features to list.

Cons: The interface was a bit overwhelming at first and some of the items didn't show a tool tip on mouse over for some reason. I used the portable version and it was a bit slow to load up, but, once it gets going things move right along. I didn't see any plug-in or extension support, maybe I missed it though.

Other Thoughts: I have had an on again, off again relationship with Notepad++. I stop using it when I get frustrated over simple things like needing a plug-in to do things like manage files. I worked with RJ TextEd for a couple of hours writing a web form with HTML5, CSS, and PHP, all in separate files. The transition between documents was quick and smooth and felt more natural that the plugin explorer in Notepad++, and miles better than the non functioning file manager in Brackets. I could see this program replacing Notepad++ and Brackets as my go to editor, only time will tell if it is lacking somewhere I cannot see at the moment.


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