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However, if you need something that's free, then HTML-Kit is a great free editor. HTML-Kit is a little harder to configure, but still a great tool. You can also download plugins for it.
I also have the auto complete off, annoyed the heck out of me, but the feature is there if anyone wants it.
I thought I was old fashioned for hanging onto it :)
What version? I'm still stuck in the version that came with the first release of Studio MX (5.2) And can say from the previous to this version it was LIGHT years difference.
The main reason I elected to try it is that it can save files as Unix or PC, if you do any perl programming and uploading via FTP you will know the importance of this capability.
There are so many things you can do with it . . the validators are awesome . . . validate for multiple document types or as few as you want . . . got HTML tidy built in . . . completely configurable quick keys and you can configure and basically re-program many parts of the program itself . . . config. you own new document templates . . . I only use about half of available features in it and just can't see using anything else.
I use it to code html, perl, C+, VB, pretty much everything.
I use HTML-Kit, as mentioned by others above, great editor, but it cannot save UTF-8 encoded files. HTML-Kit does, however, have the 'Unicode Pad' which enables you to insert encoded characters into a standard windows encoded file - ok for small bits n pieces.