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On December 2, 1997 3:56 PM, Eric Thomas [SMTP:eathomas -at- DBITS -dot- COM] wrote:
> >From the Mac platform, I've always liked BBEdit. It has HTML tools,
> is a quick editor much like WordPad (well, a *lot* more robust). I hate
> WYSIWYG editors. They've never done anything but give me frustration
> (especially when someone insists on using them and then I've had to edit
> the HTML later - ick)..
I've been using Arachnophilia on the Intel side and liking it a lot.
Enough tool buttons to do the drone work, but not automated enough to make
me tear my hair out in frustration.