August 4th, 2006 by Keith

PSPad Editor 4.5.2 Build 2231 Beta

Posted in Site News, Utilities, Windows

PSPad Editor

Looking for a freeware editor to suit you needs? Try PSPad Editor 4.5.2 Build 2231 Beta. PSPad is a universal editor that supports several file types and languages, with syntax highlighting. There are macros, clip files and templates to automate repetitive activities. Furthermore, PSPad also offers an integrated HEX Editor, Project support, FTP Client, Macro Recorder, File Search/Replace, Code Explorer, code page conversion. There is no complication in installing the software, and it is ready to work for you instantly.


  • * work with various programming environments
  • * like highlighted syntax in code
  • * need a small tool with simple controls and the capabilities of a mighty code editor
  • * are looking for a tool to work with plain text
  • * want to save money and still have the functionality of professional products
  • Latest Change in this Beta version

    • * New user highlighter comment for HTML
    • * TeX – whole math mode is highlighted
    • * New option Program settings / Dialogs / []Cycle marks
    • * New option Program settings / Dialogs / []Confirm close PSPad with open files
    • * Fixed: FTP client and list files from VMS
    • * Fixed: Java highlighter – numbers highlight
    • * Fixed: MSDos highlighter – drives highlight, Echo and command delimiter
    • * Fixed: Context menu problem run PSPad in hex or text diff mode with long file names
    • * Fixed: Selected text wasn’t tranfered into Google search
    • * Fixed: Code explorer and unfinished XML causes program hang
    • * Fixed: Links panel – %Line% variable

    As this is under development, if you have a problem or question, there is a discussion forum on PSPad editor which you can always take a look.

    PSPad Editor is available as a freeware, and you can download the installer file from this site. Furthermore, there are also plugins and Dictionary Spell-Check add-ons for you to try out.

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