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EmEditor v18.0.0 beta 2 (17.9.92)

Today, we are releasing EmEditor v18.0.0 beta 2 (17.9.92).

Notes: Beta versions are updated frequently. In order to update automatically to future beta versions, please select Select Update Channel on the Help menu, and select Betas.

New General Features

  • The new version allows you to use any encoding when opening, reloading, or saving files without first defining them in the Define Encodings dialog box. Selecting "More…" in the Encoding drop-down list box or the Reload menu will show additional encodings. The initial list of encodings can be customized via the Encoding list in the Define Encodings dialog box.
  • If Dark mode is used in Windows 10, EmEditor will also use dark colors. EmEditor displays custom bars, drop-down list boxes in the Find/Filter toolbars, text boxes, and list boxes inside dialog boxes in dark colors when Dark mode is selected in the Colors tab under Personalization in Windows Settings. Some of these colors can be further customized in the View page of the Customize dialog box. Editor view colors becomes dark colors when selecting the MinimalZen in the Display page of configuration properties.

New Options

  • Added the Enable/Disable All check box to the Define Encodings dialog box, and removed the New, Delete, Up, Down, Properties buttons from the dialog box. The Encoding Properties dialog box was deprecated.
  • Removed the Open Undefined as System Default Encoding check box from the Detect All Result dialog box.

Please see EmEditor v18.0 New Features for details and screenshots.

This beta includes 64-bit version only, however, please contact us if you need 32-bit version. The official release will include 32-bit version.

To Download

These files will be no longer accessible when official release versions become available. The official releases can be downloaded at the Download page.

Please post any questions or comments at Beta Forums.

Thank you for using EmEditor!

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