No Bones About It: BBEdit 7.0.2 Gets Auto Sensing

Bare Bones Software has released an update for BBEdit, bringing it to version 7.0.2. BBEdit is an HTML and text editor for designed for Web publishing. The update features auto sensing and translation of encoded text. According to Bare Bones Software:

Bare Bones Software today announced the release and immediate availability of BBEdit (tm) 7.0.2, the latest version of the award-winning HTML and text editor for the Macintosh.

BBEdit is a high-performance HTML and text editor for the Macintosh. It is designed and crafted for the editing, searching, transformation, and manipulation of text. BBEdit provides an array of general-purpose features which are useful for a wide variety of tasks, and includes many features which have been specifically developed in response to the needs of Web authors and software developers.

New in BBEdit 7.0.2 is support for automatic sensing and translation of a fileis text encoding. This update also includes the ability to control the number of items remembered on the Open Recent menu, new "Text Encodings" and "Unix Scripting" preferences panels, a "Save a Copy" command, and support for Mac OS 9.1, as well as numerous additional interface refinements and fixes for various reported issues.

You can find more information about the BBEdit update at the Bare Bones Software Web site. BBEdit is 7.0.2 free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$179.00.

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