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What is advanced notepad?
It is a text editor designed for screen reader users.
This editor makes it easier to control text files with the many features it provides.
Like the tab system, autosave the edited text in the tab and some ready-made HTML code. and more.
- Provides tabs, which save text as soon as a file is opened, away from the original file.
And if you like to save the text at any time you want, you can save it.
This means that if you exit the program, it will still keep the tab with the edited text.
Once you open a file, a new tab will be created for that file. You can also create tabs very easily and move between them quickly and smoothly.
- Save text automatically:
That is, as soon as you type anything that is saved in the tab, not in the file, and to apply these changes, it is sufficient to make a save, in the case of a tab without a file, it will prompt you to choose the file path and so on, but if the tab belongs to a file, it will be saved directly.
You can also restore the original text of the file if you want to, but before it is saved in the file.
You can also change or disable the autosave method. There are two autosave methods that you can select one of them. The first is when you type any character, the autosave is done, and the second is when you press the spacebar, it will be saved automatically. Or you can disable it, that is, you must manually save, and this means that the program does not save the text in the file tab.
- Text translation:
The translation feature is available in two types, the first is the translation of the entire file
And you are free to how to get the result between 3 options available to you, which is to replace the current text with the translated text, create a new tab and place the text in it, or copy the result to the clipboard.
The second type is the translation of a selected text, and also you can get the result by speak only, or copy to clipboard, or both speak and copy to clipboard.
You can translate texts of unlimited length.
- Extracting links from existing text:
You can extract the links from the text in the edit field, and the result will be the links in a list, and you can open the link or copy it to the clipboard.
- Extract the emails from the text provided in the edit field:
Also, this works as a link extraction feature, you can copy or open the mail, it also extracts any existing mail for you and puts it in the list.
- add copy:
You can copy several separate texts and they will be added to the clipboard, but it is required that there be a clipboard text, meaning that the text in the clipboard will be added + the selected text.
And you can specify a mark by which the copied texts are separated, and there are 4marks, nothing: the text is added directly without separating it from the text in the clipboard, Space: Here a space mark is added to the text and then the selected text is added to it, as well as other options It is a comma and a newline sign.
- Get text information.
You can get the number of characters, the number of words, the number of lines, the most used word, the number of links, and how many emails there are in the text.
- Create html elements without writing code:
There are a number of elements of the HTML programming language that you can create without writing code, and they are through a graphical interface, \Create links, paragraphs, headers, and lists.
The rest are the basic things that every text editor has, namely search, replace, and so on.
I will not mention all the shortcuts because each option in the menus has its own shortcut, but these shortcuts do not have options, so I wrote them.
* alt+right arrow: Next tab.
*alt+left arrow: previous tab.
*alt+up arrow: Moves to the first tab.
*alt+down arrow: Moves to the last tab.
*alt+r: Restores the original text of the file.
*alt+i: For get text information.
*f2: Switches between the languages for translating the selected text.
# Menus and options.
There are a number of menus with options, and each option is associated with a shortcut as well, and each switch has its own shortcut written on it, so I’ll just go through these options without mentioning a list of shortcuts.
You can access these menus by pressing the alt menu key.
New: ctrl+n: To create a new tab.
New window: ctrl+shift+n: Opens another instance of the program.
Open a file: ctrl+o: to Choose a file to open in the program.
Save: ctrl+s: Save. If it is a File tab, it will be saved directly. If it is only an unsaved tab, you will be asked for the save path to create a new file.
Save as: ctrl+shift+s: This will ask you where to save in any case if it’s an unsaved tab or a file.
Check for updates: To check if a software update is available.
Settings: alt+s: Here are the program settings:
At the moment: (ie, the first update) The settings window contains three sections: the general section, with some options, including selecting the program language, choosing the mark between add copy, checking for updates at startup, selecting the auto-save method, and so on .
As for the second section, it is the settings for translating the selected text, it contains selecting the language for translating the converted text, and choosing the way to get the result.
Note, after selecting the two languages to translate to and from, you can switch between them later by pressing the f2 shortcut to switch between the two languages.
and The third section is Backup and Restore: Through this section you can create a backup or restore an existing backup.
Edit menu, which contains options for copying, pasting, etc.
This menu contains two sub-menus
It contains two options
Translate selected text: ctrl+t:
It is for translating the selected text only. During the translation, a sound will be played until its completion, to make sure that the translation is in progress, and the result is obtained through the method that was specified from the settings, if it was text only speak, speak and copy to clipboard or copy to clipboard only.
The second option is to translate the entire file: ctrl+shift+t:
This is for translating the full text, a dialog will appear for you to select languages from and to, note these languages are completely separate from the selected text, then the way to get the translation result, then press start translation to start, and when it is finished it will tell you.
The second list is:
It also has two options, the first is
To extract the links, after extraction a window appears in which a list contains all the links, you can press the link and the enter key will open it in the browser, in the context menu there is copy the link or open it, likewise when You navigate with the navigation key tab you will find 3 buttons, the first is copy, to copy the selected link, the second is Copy All, to copy all links to the clipboard, and the last is Close.
The second option is the email: ctrl+e, which is similar to the previous option, but it extracts the emails from the text.
This menu contains several options,
create heading: alt+h
Create link: alt+u
Create list: alt+l
Create paragraph: alt+p
When you click on one of these options, a window will appear in which you can give the information required to create the item to be created, after pressing create, the code will be written in the specified line.
Each of these options has a different window, such as Window It contains a choice of the type of URL if you want a url button, a Normal URL, or an image URL. As for the menus, you can add and edit options, or delete a specific option from the list via the context menu.
Likewise, in these windows, for example, the paragraph and the create list window, in the multi-line fields, you can press the shortcut control + enter so that the action is executed in case you do not want to press the add or create button, in the lists this shortcut adds the item to the list, and in paragraphs it creates it.