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    Hello

    I'm looking for a good, simple html editor. I've seen Komodo Edit, but was wondering if there was anything better/alternative. I'm not interested in WYSIWYG, or NVU/Komposer/anything that modifies code.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amontonarpapeles
    Hello

    I'm looking for a good, simple html editor. I've seen Komodo Edit, but
    was wondering if there was anything better/alternative. I'm not
    interested in WYSIWYG, or NVU/Komposer/anything that modifies code.

    Thanks!
    Hi
    What about Seamonkey (it's on the DVD)?
    http://www.seamonkey-project.org/

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    Quote Originally Posted by amontonarpapeles View Post
    Hello

    I'm looking for a good, simple html editor. I've seen Komodo Edit, but was wondering if there was anything better/alternative. I'm not interested in WYSIWYG, or NVU/Komposer/anything that modifies code.

    Thanks!
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    my favorite is bluefish..

    for me, just enough..but, not too much (not WYSIWYG, not code
    modifying....requires you to know whats going on, but not actually
    type <b>all</b> the code.

    hmmmmmmmm....i wonder why that fish is not available via YaST?
    catch it here: http://bluefish.openoffice.nl

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    Bluefish is in the education repo on build service
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    caf4926 wrote:
    > Bluefish is in the education repo on build service


    hmmmmm....using 10.3 i don't see an education repo listed (inside the
    community listings IN YaST....is there a more complete list of repos
    available, that i missed?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DenverD
    caf4926 wrote:
    > Bluefish is in the education repo on build service


    hmmmmm....using 10.3 i don't see an education repo listed (inside the
    community listings IN YaST....is there a more complete list of repos
    available, that i missed?)
    Hi
    Use the http://software.opensuse.org/search then you will see there is
    a repo you can add

    http://download.opensuse.org/reposit.../openSUSE_10.3

    Or just go here and drill down to see if there is a 10.3 one.
    http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/

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    I might actually try Amaya (from w3c). However, they offer 3 fedora/mandrake/suse rpms from the current release. Any insight as to which to use?

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    > Or just go here and drill down to see if there is a 10.3 one.
    > http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/


    thanks for those links (i've recorded them to my handy list)..

    but, since the newest fish there is 1.1.7 and i've already been using
    2.2.17 for three months or so...i think i'll _not_ add the repo (as i
    had intended) for an 'upgrade'..

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