Recensioni di UltraEdit

Punteggio medio recensioni: 5 (14)

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Ultima recensione positiva

John Stirling Australia5 stella

have been using a VERY old version for many years. Have just purchased this latest version as I have just bought a new computer to install it on. Always been very happy with it.

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John Stirling cliente verificatoAustralia5 stella

have been using a VERY old version for many years. Have just purchased this latest version as I have just bought a new computer to install it on. Always been very happy with it.

Mike Ramadei cliente verificatoStati Uniti5 stella

I needed an easy to use and powerful editor that could handle 5 GB files quickly - this tool works like a champ.

Nome rifiutato cliente verificatoStati Uniti5 stella

Excellent editor. The ability to run javascript add-ons helps me also.

Nome rifiutato cliente verificatoStati Uniti5 stella

Love the product. The API will come in handy and the Compare tool is fantastic.

Nome rifiutato cliente verificatoTaiwan ROC5 stella
Jose Neri cliente verificatoMessico5 stella

Muy amigable ditor de texto y muy funcional.

Nome rifiutato cliente verificatoFrancia5 stella
Nome rifiutato cliente verificatoBulgaria5 stella

I’ve been using it since 2004 - it is my go-to editor for any kind of source code. I have even expanded and customised the code highlighting files to achieve better experience.

Nome rifiutato cliente verificatoRegno Unito5 stella

My favourite text editor.

Uwe cliente verificatoGermania4 stella

UltraEdit is, without a doubt, fantastic and does everything it says it does and more - and very well. It is unfortunately marred on the usability side by that stupid ribbon. A professional tool should have the same controls always in the same place and not reformat its toolbars based on window size. I spend far too much time looking for stuff that used to be there. Also, the loss of vertical screen real estate by this monstrosity does not really go well with the fact the all screens today are wide and not tall. I wish more developers would not follow MS's stupid design ideas. In addition: some of the buttons and other window elements are not really well sized for a high resolution display - that is the main point for improvement I see (or rather - don't see :-)