>> I currently use StyleMaster as a CSS editor on the Macintosh. It is
>> so slow that I could eat a meal while it finishes typing a word. Are
>> there any other editors for the Mac?
> I was using the editor from GolIve, but it's really slow. I can
> literally type the word "border", and then wait for the "b" to
> appear. On deletions, I have to count the number of letters I want to
> delete, hit the delete key that many times and then wait for it to
> happen -- it is sloooooowwwww.
> So, I change to CSSEdit for the Mac:
> See: http://www.macrabbit.com/cssedit/
> It's pretty slick. I have a few minor complaints -- like not dimming
> the "Save" after saving a document, not able to launch from GoLive --
> but those are trivial.
> The program allows you to easy edit your code and gives you the
> options of how you want your code displayed (colors, style). Plus, it
> provides a place for you to store reusable code -- nice touch.
> All in all, I would rate it a 4 out of 5.
At the risk of continuing this OT:
CSSEdit is "slick" but the process is tedious. What I did is set up
quick-key macros in BBEdit that pop in the most used styling characteristics
in chunks. I can quickly edit individual specs. And it all happens in the
document you are creating in the first place.
My 2¢. Brad
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