Sorry about creating a new thread, but it doesn't seem
like Sourceforge is set up for threaded discussion
within this section. Sorry, too, about the brain freeze
in requesting a feature (Save All Files) that is
Not sure how to document the crashes I've experienced.
The computer doesn't freeze, Turbo Pad simply Exits. I
was pasting code snippets between similar HTML
documents, one that was a complete page the other that
broke out sections (I was creating Blosxom head, story,
and foot files after first testing the page as a
whole). It didn't crash every time--I was able to
complete the task in Turbo Pad--but it Exited on its
own several times.
There are a few other features I'd like to see that I
don't think are on your list already:
1. A nifty feature in the old EditPad Classic was its
interface for deciding between Fixed Width and Variable
Fonts for Screen and for Print. If you don't have a
copy, I can provide one (it's no longer distributed,
but I believe the license allows me to give you a
copy--if not, I can provide screen shots).
2. I know by "Opening and saving files from FTP" you
probably mean SCP and SFTP, but just in case...
Dreamweaver didn't and wouldn't, so I completely gave
up on it. Not that it's a hardship to use WinSCP, but
SCP/SFTP support would be a very convenient Turbo Pad
3. Multi-file replace inspires loyalty like few other
features. Cream (for Vim) and Homesite come to mind as
GUIs that saved my butt a couple of times.
4. When you select 'New' in Amaya you're given several
choices for the kind of new document you'd like to
create. I see this an extension of Turbo Pad's superb
template system--if you're editing a HTML document and
you select 'New' then you're presented with the HTML
templates by name.
Again, thanks for creating such an amazing program.