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Old 10-22-2006, 04:37 PM   #3
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Kate would have been my primary suggestion. Presuming by 'languages' you were referring to programming languages then the Eclipse editor would be my second.

You could also try emacs (run 'xemacs filename.ext' for example), but the learning curve is a bit steeper - and it is not "tabbed".
Sorry, I wasn't clear about 'languages,' but yes, I meant computer languages as opposed to human languages. I don't seem to have emacs or even xemacs. I remember using emacs on the unix boxen at school back...well too long ago to remember all the weird key strokes. I remember I liked it more than vi, but not much more . I'll check out Eclipse. Kate isn't too bad, really. I've just liked more and more Notepad++, and was hoping something else might be close. Bluefish isn't bad at all and has a few nifty features, but I was hoping for something a bit more generic.
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