Lines Code Editor

Lines Code Editor 4.3

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  • Why should you give Lines Code Editor a try?

    If you are looking for an alternative source code editor that is simple to use while still practical and good for editing, then you need to try Lines Code Editor out. To begin with, it is a free source code editor. The interface it comes with is simple and user-friendly. The setup process is fast and easy. The software comes with prepared templates for source code editing in CSS, HTML5, JavaScript, plain text files and PHP. Syntax highlighting is also supported; it mimics the language you're working in.

    There is an integrated web browser, which comes with auto-refresh on saving as well as a host of easy to navigate document tabs. The utility supports Unicode, UTF-8, ANSI, ASCII encodings. Lines Code Editor contains a workspace and project-based file browser, which makes code export as well as printing support process simpler. By using the tool, you can toggle comment,  as well as duplicate, remove empty and trim ends.

    Main features:

    • Checks PHP syntax errors.
    • Document templates.
    • Code folding for CSS, PHP and JavaScript files.
    • User commands.
    • External scripts.
    • Output console.
    • Split code editor
    • Project explorer integration.
    • Syntax highlighting.

    Summary

    To sum everything up, it is safe to say that Lines Code Editor is a user-friendly source code editor for Microsoft Windows.

  • What's new in 4.3 version?

    • New color picker and document colors integration
    • Fixed bug in files recent list showing duplicate items
    • Outline bug fixes

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  • Last Updated: 2019-07-05
  • Developer: Creatix
  • Homepage: www.creatixbih.com
  • Version: 4.3
  • File size: 65.07 MB
  • Downloads: 2,588
  • Operating system: Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
  • Filename: lines_win_x86.zip
  • MD5 Checksum: 59431306fb98674274956f69ba10b3f5

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