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TextEditor.mcc is a multiline string gadget which offers most of the common features you can find in a typical text editor, but embedded in a MUI custom class. It is used by a wide range of well-known MUI based applications like YAM or SimpleMail as the main text editing gadget. Its main features are: - Text can be colored (limited syntax highlighting) - WYSIWYG for bold, italic and underline soft styles - Multi-level undo & redo - Lines with different alignments (left, right, centered) - Ability to insert thick or thin separators with an optional title - Easy marking either using the mouse or keyboard - Full clipboard support, offering very fast cut & paste routines - Light text highlighting for e-mail based on an opening ">" character - Support for external spellcheckers, including type'n'spell and word guessing - Configurable keys, colors, cursor types, blink speed, and much more - Ability to have a bitmap as a background - Support for proportional fonts with floating word wrap, as well as antialiased fonts - Horizontal scrolling in no word wrap mode. - Support for very long lines (more than 50000 chars in a single line). - Pixel smooth scrolling - AREXX interface for scripted programming TextEditor is available for AmigaOS3, AmigaOS4, MorphOS and AROS. LEGALESE ******** TextEditor.mcc was originally written in 1997 and is Copyright (C) 1997-2000 by Allan Odgaard. As of version 15.10, released in April 2005, the gadget is maintained and Copyright (C) 2005-2018 TextEditor.mcc Open Source Team. TextEditor.mcc is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) and the development is hosted at github.com: https://github.com/amiga-mui/texteditor Please consult the included "COPYING" file for more detailed information about the licensing of the gadget and its source code. CHANGES SINCE THE LAST RELEASE ****************************** Please refer to the included ChangeLog in the archive for a detailed information on the changes since the last public release.