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A look at what's ahead for UltraEdit in 2013

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With beta quickly approaching and release projected for late February, UltraEdit v19 will deliver substantial performance gains in parallel with new functionality. The most noticeable performance improvements may be to file handling, with file load speeds improved by over 50% in some cases! New features include the ability to copy/paste syntax highlighting in RTF and HTML, a new Perl regular expression library implementation, and a vastly improved status bar.

Version 19 will also add native integration and support for the all-new UltraSentry, providing the user the ability to save and open files directly from UltraSentry's Digital locker, as well as retire digital documents with UltraSentry's shredder - all from UltraEdit! New UltraFinder integration empowers users to execute fine-tuned advanced searches for files on local and remote drives by extension, name, date created/modified, content, and many other filter options.


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Dave
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When will these updates be added to UEStudio?
Reply #1 on : Tue January 08, 2013, 17:59:20
Hi!

The changes sound great! When will they be added to UEStudio? Is version 13 headed our way?

Thanks!

Dave
Jim Boyer
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Please make a 64 bit version
Reply #2 on : Wed January 09, 2013, 11:57:59
Please tell us that the next version will be available in both 32 and 64 bit builds you have an awesome product x64 would just make it that much better.
Mark
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A look at what's ahead for UltraEdit in 2013 (Comment)
Reply #3 on : Wed January 09, 2013, 22:32:14
Hello, I would rather here about new features than integration to other products. I am sure some people will find it appealing, but I don't. I certainly hope the next major version does not solely focus on integrating existing IDM products!!!

Regards,
Mark
Robert Graf
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Unicode Characters + Comment Lines in macros
Reply #4 on : Fri January 11, 2013, 05:40:27
Please support full Unicode characters and comment lines in macros.

My long macros (I need comments to remember what I do (e.g. regex expressions)) need unicode characters.

Thanks a lot!
Robert Graf
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Unicode Characters + Comment Lines in macros
Reply #5 on : Fri January 11, 2013, 07:50:08
Please support full Unicode characters and comment lines in macros.

My long macros (I need comments to remember what I do (e.g. regex expressions)) need unicode characters.

Thanks a lot!
Caolan Dix
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Forensics
Reply #6 on : Tue January 15, 2013, 14:20:38
Hello I was curious if you have any plans to create a Forensics product similar to http://winhex.com/winhex/ ? I think your editor environment would be PERFECT for this kind of product. I have used WinHex for years and yours as well but I prefer to keep the money in the US if at all possible. :) Plus having an all-in-one tool for writing forensics reports, doing comparisons and running script code would be AWESOME!

Cheers!

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