TextPad is a text editor. It may be used as a basic text editor, web page editor, or as part of a programming IDE.
• Universal Naming Convention (UNC) style names support
• Files up to the limits of 32-bit virtual memory can be edited
• Spell checker with dictionaries in 10 languages
• Multi file editing support
• Commands to change case, and transpose words, characters and lines
• Commands to indent blocks of text, split or join lines, and insert whole files
• Change tracking
A&H use case 1 description:
The corpus of Anglo-Saxon stone sculpture project has used Textpad to produce archive formats of the data collected to publish catalogues of all the Anglo-Saxon carved stones.
Note: this workshop will be preceded by two one-day workshops on September 22 and 23: “SDPublisher: a new and different XML publishing system” and “The Virtual Manuscript Room: linking resources and scholarship on the web”. See separate notice.
Thursday 24 September: ‘Actions: the State of the Art’
A practical exploration of the research, preservation, editing, and pedagogical uses of electronic texts and images in the humanities. The course will center around the creation of a set of archival-quality etexts and digital images, for which we shall also create an Encoded Archival Description guide.
Reports and abstracts from the Methods Network Expert Seminar on Literature: Text Editing in a Digital Environment. Hosted by Marilyn Deegan and Harold Short, Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London, 24 March 2006.
Hosted by Marilyn Deegan and Harold Short, Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London.
This seminar looked at a number of different projects and concepts around text-editing, electronic editing and the print world. Through presentations and discussions participants considered the new kinds of editions and editing roles that had emerged from the electronic medium. The seminar also addressed the importance of re-evaluating the theoretical and practical dimensions of electronic editing following a decade in which the number of digital editions expanded significantly.