I frequently find that a terminal command to open a file in TextEdit would be very handy. Does such a command exist on Mac OS X?
How do I open a file as root, in TextEdit? I've tried these commands as root, but TextEdit always say it's locked: open -e /etc/apache2/httpd.conf open -e -F /etc/apache2/httpd.conf open -e -F -W ...
When using App Exposé on Lion ( Control-↓ by default), the lower part of the screen above the dock is reserved for minimized windows. A new feature of at least TextEdit in Lion is that it also ...
When I try to save a new file in TextEdit, I always get a popup saying I can't save with ".txt" at the end of the file name. I want to save a plaintext file, but TextEdit insists on saving as .rtf ...
When I'm working in a text document, I like to start typing at the top of the window or in the middle. I hate when the carat/cursor gets all the way to the bottom and there's no blank space left ...
I feel stupid for not being able to answering myself this... Is there a way to open a HTML file in TextEdit without it rendering the file but just showing it as source (and possibly edit it)?
How can I change all occurrences of one string to another in TextEdit? Other text editors call this "find/replace".