If somebody will decide that this topic belongs to self-promotional group - well, just drop it.
What is ATPad? A few years ago I wrote application named Tabbed Notepad, as a simple replacement for Notepad, but with tabbed environment. It was my "assembler age", so I wrote it in assembler, put elsewhere and forgot about it. There were many defects and bugs I could not (or was lazy to) fix then.
Now I've just rewritten it from scratch in C. I've fixed (I believe) many bugs and added many new features. So ATPad is a heir apparent of Tabbed Notepad and intended to replace the standard Notepad. I found it pretty useful for working wih multiple logs, for example.
Why "ATPad"? I've found something named "Tabbed Notepad" in the web, and subsequent exhaustive search has left no choice - just this combination, because both "tabbed" and "pad" should be presented. Actually this stands for "Andrey's Tabbed Pad", but everyone may chose what he wants: Awesome Top Pad, Abandoned Trajectory Pad, Antique Treasure Pad, Antimatter Transparent Pad and so on
For now there is a second beta at:
which includes the following features:
1. Tabbed environment (obvious).
2. Fully customizable editor - colors, fonts etc.
3. Lines numbering.
4. Word wrapping.
5. List of recently open documents - ATPad stores this list accordingly to MAC address, so "Recent Files" on your laptop will look different from "Recent Files" on your desktop machine.
6. Keeping last session - sessions are also saved and restored accordingly to computer.
8. Displaying whitespaces - tabs, spaces, line breaks.
9. Reloading documents "on-demand".
10. Outer changes tracking - you'll be informed when any of currently open documents has been changed out of program.
11. Reloading document in specified interval - you can specify interval for recurrent document reloading.
12. Sending documents via email as attachment.
13. Unicode (obvious).
14. Multi language support (obvious).
15. Portability (obvious) - ATPad leaves no traces on host computer.
Any suggestions, opinions or criticism are welcome.
The site is not ready yet, I want first to complete the release and then design the site.