A wonderful thing about SubEthaEdit 2.1.1 is the see command line tool.
If your living a lot in the terminal then the first thing you might want to do is set the EDITOR environment variable to 'see -rw', in bash this would be done by adding a
After long hard work we finally released SubEthaEdit 2.1.1. Amongst other things I was responsible for XHTML export (I'd say you'd guessed from the colored snippets I was posting here all the time :-) ), printing and the style preferences. IMHO it's a really great release. So many new features, so many fixes. E.g. to all you tab users out there: With 2.1.1 tab now really is a first class citizen. Besides adding the entab/detab menu items, shift left and shift right now convert spaces to tabs when in tab mode and blockedit works flawlessly when tabs are involved.
If you were indecisive about buying a copy, I think this release is a worthy candidate to make you change your mind. If we still miss features you like to have: take some time and add them to our bugtracker. We really value your input, and features like "Copy with Styles" would not be in there if it wasn't for your requests.
I'm wondering if anyone of you has already personalized their syntax highlighting. We'd really like to see what kinds of colors you like! Go ahead and shoot us an email with your .seestyle in it.
That's all for now, but stay tuned for some nice tricks you can pull with the new 2.1.1. Share and Enjoy!
Short answer: sadly no. Why?
So I'm really disappointed. It really looks good, but good looks isn't everything. Maybe all of this will be worked out in future versions, but IMHO this release is a beta at best.
Look at the difference:
Although the lower map might make you want to throw up, it is the more meaningful one. The areas of the countys have been adjusted to represent the population, and not the amount of land. To find out more please read: Election result maps.