FileScout Updated to V With TexEditor

001_InitialScreenWithDeviceRoots Mathias let us know that the popular application FileScout was updated with improvements to the TextEditor along with some bug fixes.

Features added:

  • TextEditor: ‘Save as…’ allows to specify the encoding for the output file (the default ‘Save’ function will always save the file in UTF-8 – so if you like to use a different encoding in your result you now can use ‘Save as…’ from the #Menu.)
  • TextEditor/Viewer Options: Now you can specify additional custom encodings. This allows you to load a file (in the FileScout integrated TextEditor/Viewer) with a device dependent encoding (like ‘EUC-JP’, ‘Shift-JIS’ or ‘ISO-2022-JP’). Please note that the encoding have to be supported by your device. FileScout is checking if the specified encoding is supported and only accept the input when it’s valid (device dependent).

Bug Fixes:

  • TextEditor reported “File not saved” after the use of the ‘Save’-MenuItem followed by leaving the Editor with ESC-Key
  • Possible Uncaught ‘NullPointer-Exception’ fixed during application startup

You can read more about it at this link or download here. FileScout comes both in a free and a paid version.

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  1. i had used the old one before, i’ll change it to the new one,, thank you fyi… 🙂
    nice feture

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