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With BBEdit (not free) this can be accomplished with these steps: Break up all words into individual lines by using several search and replace to turn any non-word character into a line break. To do that, use the Find command, turn on "Grep" checkbox, enter [^a-z]+ (this finds everything that's not a letter) into the Find box and \r (that's a line break) ...


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What about Scribblet? It includes Saving, Printing and Favorites. Scribblet is an elegant note app for OS X. Quick access: Open Scribblet using a convenient icon on the menu bar, or assign a keyboard shortcut that works anywhere. Beautiful design: Great care was taken with the software's minimalist look, which makes it simple to learn and effortless to ...


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A kindly soul has slightly modified TextEdit to add a field, "Tab Width", at the bottom of the "New Document" tab of the "Preferences" window. Type in a number between 1 and 100 (inclusive) and it will change the width of tabs to that number (in character widths). Download at code.google.com. Since I couldn't replace the main TextEdit app, I used "show ...


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TextEdit bases its tabs on distances, not number of characters. If I set the text to 30pt, the tabs are four spaces. At 14pt, they are eight spaces. Consequently, there is no set "number of spaces" that could ever be modified. One solution is to: change your font preferences for RTF files to match my TXT preferences. temporarily convert your TXT files ...



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