TextMorph 2.8 freeware
Plus, with the Multiple File Morph wizard, you can apply tools to a large group of files at one time, without having to open and edit each file. This makes TextMorph an ideal program for people who work with large numbers of text files or archives of HTML or text content, as it can quickly and easily apply formatting to all files.
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||text editor, text converter, ASCII formatter, editor, converter, TXT2HTML|
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|2.8||Oct 5, 2015||New Release||TextMorph appears to install and operate fine on Windows 8, 8.1, and 10 in much the same way it operates on Windows 7. In regards to Windows 10, as of this writing the OS has not been released and the presumed support is based on TextMorph's functioning on the Technical Preview. The support of these OS's means that TextMorph can now run on most all Windows OS's from Windows 95 to Windows 10, covering a timespan of about 20 years.
Default printing font size is now 12 pt. (down from 14)
When using the CTRL+C keyboard shortcut to copy text, it might have copied the text with font formatting, whereas if you used the Copy option on the Edit menu or used the Copy All function, it would not have done so. Now, the keyboard shortcut should function the same as the other copy options and should not copy font formatting. Note that the CTRL+X keyboard shortcut used to cut text (as opposed to copy) does still copy font formatting to the clipboard.
|2.7||Feb 6, 2012||New Release||· Updated fonts and some graphics to look better, especially on modern LCD displays. Older machines running Windows 9x/ME/NT4/2000 or possibly XP and greater that don't use ClearType font rendering might look better with earlier versions instead of this new one.
· Made it less likely to open Unicode or UTF-8 files now, which TextMorph does not support. Trying to open such files or modify them with a Multiple File Morph will likely bring up an error message.
· "Super Fast Morph" is now enabled by default for "Multiple File Morph" operations.
· New ability to modify filetypes that are seen as "Known Text Files" from within the Options menu