NoteTab (any version) creates and edits files that contain plain text.
The graphic interface is tabbed, so you can have more open files than you can keep track of.
It finds and inserts or replaces newlines (^p) and tabs (^t).
Extensible Clip Books of html and other templates.
Open (and edit, at your own risk of course) binary files.
There's a button on the help menu to replace MS Notetab as the default text editor on MS operating systems.
NoteTab is the only software I use with Windows that I care about having for Linux. I've used it so long, for so many tasks, I don't even think about its features anymore.
NOTE: NoteTab is listed on its web site as being supported on Linux.
For more details and user comments, view the versions of this application
|Version||Description||Latest Rating||Latest Wine version tested||Test results||Comments|
|NoteTab Pro 5.5||NoteTab Pro is 29.95. Individuals may install on||Gold||1.1.2||4||1|
|NoteTab Pro 5.7||NoteTab Pro is 29.95. Individuals may install on||Platinum||1.1.12||2||2|
|NoteTab Pro 6.1||NoteTab Pro is 29.95. Individuals may install on||Platinum||1.1.23||1||0|
|NoteTab Pro 7.1||$39.95 US with a 90-day money back guarantee. May be installed on several machines. Quantity discounts are available for commercial users. Excellent support and discussion groups. Shareware version available for 30 day trial. Does not include full version's spell-checker and thesaurus. Startup time slightly slower than full version.||Silver||1.0.1||1||0|