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Old 01-25-2013, 08:23 AM   #7
Faterson
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Nebulous Notes is great in that it's a regular plain-text editor. It sees the entire structure of my Dropbox folders, and accessing any plain-text file from Dropbox is super-fast thanks to Nebulous Notes navigation options. You both get a long list of recently edited plain-text files, as well as the ability to browse all Dropbox folders.

I have set up files like scrap.txt, scrap2.txt, scrap3.txt, scrap4.txt, scrap5.txt, etc., inside my Dropbox, so this essentially gives me a multi-item, multi-platform clipboard.

One more huge advantage of Nebulous Notes: it properly supports Unicode-encoded files. I find that many iOS text-editing apps fail to support UTF-8 properly, so that when transferring, say, non-English texts between iOS and Windows, these get mangled. Not in Nebulous Notes -- it preserves the correct encoding and formatting 100%.

A drawback of Nebulous Notes is that it does not handle very long plain-text files very well, freezing from time to time (and I mean thousands of lines here).

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