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T148: text editor

Wikidata logo. Wikidata item Q131212: text editorcomputer software used to edit plain text documents
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  • editor
  • application
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  • Text editor software
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  • Category:Text editors
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  • list of text editors
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  • editing
  • text editing
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— Freebase ID: /m/07gcf — Library of Congress authority ID: sh85134303 — GND ID: 4013565-2 — Bibliothèque nationale de France ID: 11931946h — Biblioteca Nacional de España ID: XX554725 — Quora topic ID: Text-Editors — JSTOR topic ID: text-editors — BabelNet ID: 00076736n — Elhuyar ZTH ID: 041251 — TDKIV term ID: 000000258 — Great Russian Encyclopedia Online ID: 4185695 — Encyclopædia Britannica Online ID: topic/editor — KBpedia ID: TextEditorProgram — GitHub topic: text-editor — Zhihu topic ID: 19551344 — National Library of Israel J9U ID: 987007531722705171 — Den Store Danske ID: teksteditor — NKCR AUT ID: ph139315 — Fandom article ID: apple:Text_editor htmlcss:Editor microsoft:Text_editor — Wolfram Language entity code: Entity["Concept", "TextEditor::h3m59"] — Techopedia ID: 5478

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    • I missed the Day One which handles my private posts which are NOT intended to be made public in any way forever.
    • I am considering replacing Notion with some self-hosted stuff to get rid of cloud dependency (and mostly to have some sovereignty over the app I use because I was mildly pissed off at Notion’s recent iOS design update). Haven’t decided on which to move to.
      • As a bare minimum, I require it to be accessible on iOS, macOS, and Windows. Ideally Android too but Android is a wishlist, not a requirement. (My main mobile phone is iPhone, not Android.)
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    Re: My text editors by Ben Werdmüller

    • VS code for pseudo-coding activities (I don’t call myself coder or any sort of it).
    • Hangul the Word Processor when dealing with Republic of Korea Government (and fully-owned subsidiaries of it and public/private schools).
      • Really occasionally MS Words when I absolutely must use it.
    • Google Docs for most casual writings
    • MediaWiki when dealing with wiki stuff (for… obvious reasons)
      • It also powers my personal wiki which is basically my second brain (tm) stuff.
    • Notion is my non-public second brain (tm) while I sort of think I should be replacing it with something else that lets me be the owner of the stuff I have.

    That’s all I recall for now.