gillopez wrote:How can I open multiple copies of ultraedit?
It's designed to open as a singleton and use tabs to display the files. If you need to have multiple copies running (say that you have two monitors and want to keep a reference document open on one and edit on the other), then you can open a terminal and run
I'm not sure how wise this is, though. When I tried it looked like the copies weren't aware of changes that the other was making to settings or the recent files list.