A HTML / website editor.
In the early days I did things by hand (like most people) and this was likely my first program which helped in any way.
(date unknown) - (version unknown, old pre-Java version) on (operating system not recorded)
- Possibly Windows 3.1
I was introduced to Arachnophilia when I went searching for an intelligent FTP synchronization program. It had a phenomenal function for doing this for me.. it was truly amazing and was one of the reasons I got into rapid editing. As an editor it was pretty good too. I liked that it allowed easy previews and such.
Also, the author's writing is particularly fascinating. Go read his stuff.
The author, seeing how dead-ended it was to code things with his old tools, switched to Java. Of course the quality of the software dropped like a stone. The synchronization wasn't even there when I looked at it. Well.. no matter.. I went on to greater things.
I assume this is now cross-platform, although this particular page refers to the old Windows version. I probably used this thing back in the Windows 3.1 days.. I can't remember.
(date unknown) - (version unknown, old pre-Java version) ∞
HOW DO I:
- Select a browser for preview
- Bind a hotkey to preview the current window in a browser
- Get rid of that macro sidebar
get rid of that bouncy memory bar
- I get transfer errors.. but the files were transferred correctly.. strange.
- Be able to have regular wrapped text, but colourized.
- Font selection box hops around when I click on items.
Cannot manually specify fonts on my system.. for other fonts I've added.. hmm.
plaintext mode should be an option in the pulldown menu / preferences by default. Cannot set plaintext for all files, must set it manually.
control-fdoesn't work.. it beeps.
control-downwon't work.. sometimes my cursor vanishes too.. hmm
- create a macro which will allow the user to rename the file being worked on, and will also delve into the ftp site and copy/delete to rename the original file over there too!!
create a macro to remove/rename directories remotely etc..