Code folding that allows the user to selectively hide and display sections of a currently-edited file as a part of routine edit operations. This allows the user to manage large amounts of text while viewing only those subsections of the text that are specifically relevant at any given time.
When an ending parenthesis, curly bracket and/or square bracket is typed or the cursor is placed near one, it shows the matching parenthesis/bracket.
Instead of opening files individually, have the user open a base directory. There should then be a file browser that allows the user to quickly switch between files in the selected folder and its subfolders.
This feature will be available in the next update which I submitted to Apple.
There should be a simple way to comment out lines & blocks of code on all platforms.
Textastic 4.1 for Mac adds the new keyboard shortcuts “Toggle Comment” (Cmd-/) and “Toggle Block Comment” (Cmd-Option-/).
Add the ability to open several files in a single window. Use a tab control to switch between files.
Tabs will be available in v1.1.
I just got Textastic from the Mac App Store. Good first start. I am working on a very long Multimarkdown file and I like the navigation. What I would like to see is regular expressions for both find and find & replace.
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