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New Large File Editor - HiEditor, an ultra fast, large file editor consuming very little memory that can display non-printable characters in a readable format.

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Hi all,

HiEditor is an ultra fast, large file editor consuming very little memory. It can display non-printable characters in a readable format. Text is pinned.

HiEditor uses my HiEdit custom control which I already released as a library and a dll together with a demo application. Note: I 'll release a new version of this package soon.

Please let me know of any suggestions or bugs.

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Antonis

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yes, it works with 4-5M files ok (i'm usually using fasmw to check such files, genereted with fasmpre).
btw, in configuration are true type fonts only (my favorit font is fixedsys), but i think it is no matter to HiEdit. Good work, thanks!
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Looks good.

I have fixedsys font on mine shoorick and if True Type fonts have those TTs associated with them in the font list, I don't have any TT fonts. Just the regular set of fonts.

Very nice. Thanks
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Thank you all for your good words. No, there is no sign for the type of fonts (such as TT etc). I simply use EnumFontFamiliesEx to enumearate available fonts on the end user's system.

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Nice tool Antonis! ;)

No bugs or complaints on 98se. Just a curiousity.... Was there an intended purpose for this tool or were you skillsetting for another project?

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