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Hi,
I'm looking for a mac program that works like notepad in Windows. Basically, a text editor without any formatting whatsoever, as little interface as possible, and preferably fixed width (though i guess that can be done by changing the font). I don't want to use textedit, because it maintains formatting when i copy and paste something into it.
I have the k-notes widget, but I would like an actual program that does the same thing. Surely someone has made this.
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in text edit under format select Make Plain Text

now text edit becomes a basic text editor and will save as .txt not .rft
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wow, that was simple enough. thanks
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