Version: 3.5.4 || Release Date: 2011-06-01 || License: Shareware (29.00 EUR) Developer: TheCodingMonkeys | App Owner: arne

Collaborative text editor. Share and enjoy.

SubEthaEdit is a powerful and lean text editor. And it's the only collaborative one that is a joy to use. By combining the ease of Bonjour with the world's best text collaboration engine, it makes working together not only possible but even fun…

Why SubEthaEdit?
Looking for a text editor that is designed by people actually caring about Human Interface Guidelines? A nice way to edit your HTML files? Or a way to work together on code, texts or notes? Be sure to check out SubEthaEdit. While originally designed for coding together, its collaboration features have also proven to be quite useful for teaching, note-taking (e.g. at conferences) and co-writing text. Imagine meetings with collaborative minute taking or writing your TV/film script or book together with your co-authors.

SubEthaEdit is not bloated
While being a full fledged editor, we promise that SubEthaEdit will never become a bloated piece of software like other text editors. Our goal is a high performance, sleek editor, with features that make your work even faster. This is possible due to Mac OS X's Aqua interface, which allows tools to get out of the way, while enabling you to do what you want.

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21 Opinions

SubEthaEdit 2.2 is free

"SubEthaEdit 2.2 can be downloaded here and is free for non-commercial use. Minimum requirement is Mac OS X 10.3."

Anyone know where I can find out how to automatically accept incoming user connections and give them write access? I need to leave some files as permanently accessible to everyone.. how to do?!

I love this editor, even though I don't use it for collaboration. I really like the block editing features, which makes if very easy to make what would be otherwise repeative edits. I registered my copy and if you like SubEthaEdit, I hope you will to.

Damn cool. Makes the PC users' heads spin, when they see words appear on the page, and me not touching the keyboard. Nobody suspects the other guy across the room with the other 12" PowerBook.

Great app!

But it should be tagged as "texteditor" not "text-editor"

The more I use this editor, the more I love it. The only thing I wish it had was syntax-aware indentation. Make sure you check out all the available toolbar and menu items for each filetype you use, since they change.

Awesome for collaboration; was (imho) the best text editor on Mac OSX, but recently TextMate has been kicking its butt.

I love editors, and this one my preferred. I bought the 2.5 version, after trying the demo: its much faster on a Intel. I think it's worth it.

Is this worth the cost when you can have TextWrangler?

It's THE editor of my choice. I use it generaly for coding and take notes. The collaborative fonctionnality is really useful.
Actualy, like iremenbercliford, I use the 2.2 version which is free for non-commercial use.

You can find old versions here :

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