Software Update: EditBone 9.2.0

Version 9.2.0 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 9.2.0

  • Added a full file path to the status bar when a file clicked from the directory
  • Added a progress bar for multiple file drag and drop
  • Added check box (optional) to search results output
  • Added open selected, copy selected to clipboard, and select and unselect all to search result output popup menu
  • Added show check box option for output
  • Added Glossy and Tablet Dark styles
  • Added regular expressions, wild card, and prompt on replace options for replace
  • Added delete line for replace
  • Added replace and find in files options into ini file
  • Refactored find in files dialog
  • Refactored replace dialog
  • Refactored directory tab dialog
  • Refactored group box component
  • Fixed file tree view component
  • Fixed print preview scrollbar resize bug
  • Fixed output scroll bar resizing
  • Fixed editor font options
  • Fixed option frames
  • Updated styles
  • Updated language files
  • Updated third-party components

Changes in version 9.1.3

  • Fixed out of resources bug
  • Fixed application event handling
  • Fixed DTD is prohibited error with XML documents

Version number 9.2.0
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