Software Update: EditBone 9.1.2

Version 9.1.2 of EditBone has been released. EditBone is an open source and lightweight text editor with extensive features, which is of particular interest to software developers. For example, there are syntax highlighting for more than fifty scripting and programming languages, vertical selection blocks and macros. Furthermore, the program can compare files. It is being actively developed and a new version is published regularly. The changelog below is from the past month.

Changes in version 9.1.2

  • Fixed box selection mode
  • Fixed close all
  • Fixed auto size of the option frames
  • Updated language files
  • Updated third-party components

Changes in version 9.1.1

  • Added auto size property for the check box component
  • Fixed font size bugs with check box components
  • Updated language files
  • Updated third-party components

Changes in version 9.1.0

  • Added box selection keyboard shortcuts (shift+alt+arrows) for column mode (thanks to DEKO)
  • Added caret position to ini
  • Fixed application event processing
  • Fixed SQL options writing to ini
  • Updated language files

Changes in version 9.0.3

  • Fixed slow file opening
  • Fixed go to line
  • only number allowed

Changes in version 9.0.2

  • Fixed system icons for Windows XP (Update your OS, please)
  • Fixed search
  • Fixed compare style bugs
  • Fixed reopen file icons
  • Fixed delete of characters when auto indent enabled

Changes in version 9.0.1

  • Fixed auto size horizontal scroll width
  • Fixed open, close, and close all files

Version number 9.1.2
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8
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License type Freeware