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by Glenn379 Glenn379 is offline 26 Oct 2002

This is a question for Mac Users, thought I'd put it in here, because it will be a hint. What program can I use to code? I get the files from my FTP but then I can't import them into Simple Text... what can I use? I know that FireFly is a mac user. What do you use?
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Old 26 Oct 2002, 22:21
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I usually do it in GoLive... the TextEdit for OSX works better then Simpletext in OS 9
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Old 26 Oct 2002, 23:19
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All you need is BBEdit. Great little App. Use it all the time. SimpleText blows chunks.

BTW, last I knew, Chen was not a Mac user.
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Old 26 Oct 2002, 23:44
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Well where can I get it?
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Old 26 Oct 2002, 23:57
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Try VersionTracker.
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Old 29 Oct 2002, 15:01
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oh yeh, I forgot about BBEdit since I use GoLive for everything now.
And yes, the old simpletext is just that...simple
I know firefly isn't a mac user for sure.
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Old 29 Oct 2002, 16:34
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Where can I get them?
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Old 29 Oct 2002, 22:40
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on my mac I use CuteHTML's new Mac version, I signed up for it, when I bought Cute FTP pro, I got it for a discounted price, because I bought the pc product.

It is a very nice program, you should check it out.

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Old 30 Oct 2002, 05:51
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You can try Zend Studio from www.zend.com. Maybe you like it, but it's pricey. They have a demo version though, so you can test the product before buy it.
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Old 30 Oct 2002, 05:55
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BBEdit Lite is free.
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Old 30 Oct 2002, 13:00
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Hey Smoothie where can I get BBEdit Lite? is it available in Mac's Download Section@download.com

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Old 30 Oct 2002, 17:09
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Glen and Dark Fusion,
search Version Tracker for BBEdit or any html or php editing application. They list freeware, shareware and buy apps. Or go straight Here for BBEdit if you want. Hope this helps
There are also many all listed here:
Apple Downloads This download page is for OSX
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Old 30 Oct 2002, 20:20
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Thanks LittleBit, this program looks very nice and useful

thanks again
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Old 31 Oct 2002, 19:05
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Great combo

Depending on which version of Mac OS you're running (need 10.x for rBrowser), BBEdit works great with a program called rBrowser (more than just ftp).

By double clicking on a file in rBrowser, it automatically opens in the program I've predefined (BBEdit). Doing a regular save in BBEdit automatically saves it back to the server.

My suggestion, if you do a lot of code, the 2 are a must - hand in glove answer.

For BBEdit: http://bbedit.com/products/bbedit.html

For rBrowser:
http://www.rbrowser.com
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Old 15 Apr 2003, 02:19
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Re: Great combo

10-31-02 at 07:59 PM chriskz said this in Post #14
Depending on which version of Mac OS you're running (need 10.x for rBrowser), BBEdit works great with a program called rBrowser (more than just ftp).

By double clicking on a file in rBrowser, it automatically opens in the program I've predefined (BBEdit). Doing a regular save in BBEdit automatically saves it back to the server.

My suggestion, if you do a lot of code, the 2 are a must - hand in glove answer.

For BBEdit: http://bbedit.com/products/bbedit.html

For rBrowser:
http://www.rbrowser.com
I could have said that myself - w00t
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