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It's really hard to change - that I know. I use PhpDesigner and have for about 7 years.
It's not perfect - tried Komodo but didn't gel and then when I got really busy I just had to go back to the tool I know well.
Now I also have NotePad++ for when I want two editors at once (one on each monitor)
See, I can get one hand working on one, while the other hand works on other.. twice the development speed...
not really.. but good for code compare when sites mutate into multiple versions - I have three sites that evolved from one already complex thing.
I rather like NotePad++ as it goes
High Energy Magic Dept.
Did multi-line search/replace ever get added to PHPDesigner? I liked it a lot when I tried it a few (several?) years ago, but at that time it wouldn't handle multi-line searches.
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