NFOPad is a small, fast and flexible combined nfo viewer and text editor. It is a clone of Microsoft's Notepad but much more customizable and with some additional features. Of course NFOPad also supports nfo files with ASCII art. The file extension is used to determine whether to use an ANSI or ASCII font. NFOPad also fully supports Unicode.
Features: Hyperlink and e-mail detection; Highly customizable (fonts, colors, app. settings); Built in ASCII-fonts for nfo files; Localized (Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Ukrainian); Unicode support; Printing; Searching & replacing text; Window auto width; Improved word selection on double click and on CTRL selecting; Close on ESC key; Tab width setting; Shell integration; Extension determines font; File drag-n-drop; Open next/previous file in directory of the currently open file; Direct scrolling options; Copy on select option; Insert/overwrite mode; Recently opened files list; Go to line; Delete line; Alpha blend support; Always on top option; Word wrap option; MS Notepad's .LOG functionality.
What is new in this release:
Version 1.72: tabify selection, hebrew localization added, url detection improvements.
What is new in version 1.71:
Version 1.71: Load times for large text files improved; Double clicking a word and keeping the button held down now allows the user to select several words just as ctrl + click; Slovak localization added; Set the NFOPad icon on "Edit with NFOPad" in the windows context menu; Opening an empty NFOPad, adding text and removing it again will no longer prompt to save on close; Added help text about starting the app as administrator when writing to the registry fails; Localization fixes; Bugfix: when having the menu bar hidden, AltGr no longer flickers the menu when held down; Bugfix: Auto Window Width no longer changes the window size when NFOPad is maximized.
What is new in version 1.69:
Version 1.69: CTRL + backspace for removing words added; French localization added.