✓ Extremely simple to use
✓ Intuitive drag-n-drop interface
✓ Includes a large number of editing tools, including VCS tools, plugins, and filters
✓ Supports almost all standard file formats, including image formats and EPUB books
✓ Works on any platform – Linux, Windows, Mac OS X and even Android
✓ Supports Unicode
X-jEdit is a text editor written in Java that provides an extensive set of editing features, including a VCS plugin for version control management, support for many standard file formats, and extensive plug-in support.
• Extremely Simple to Use
X-jEdit can be run as either a stand-alone application, or can be embedded within applications as a native component. You can also choose to load different versions of X-jEdit at runtime.
• Intuitive Drag-N-Drop Interface
Using X-jEdit is extremely easy. All you have to do is drag-and-drop your documents into the application’s interface to start editing them. For complex documents, you can also create a new temporary document, and easily drag and drop your files into it.
• Includes a Large Number of Editing Tools, Including VCS Tools, Plugins, and Filters
X-jEdit supports a large number of editing features, such as spell checking, syntax highlighting, code folding, line numbering, and much more. It also supports a powerful VCS plugin, which lets you save your changes to a local version control system. You can also create and use your own custom filters, plugins, and contexts. X-jEdit has an interface that is very easy to understand, and provides a very large set of features.
• Supports Almost All Standard File Formats
X-jEdit supports many different file formats, including Rich Text, Image, Text, and HTML. You can also easily open and edit Microsoft Office (DOC, XLS, PPT) and OpenOffice (OOXML) files, and even ZIP archives.
• Works on Any Platform, Including Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, and Android
• Supports Unicode
X-jEdit is a powerful text editor which makes writing code and editing any kind of document more convenient. It comes with a large number of options and features that make it very easy to use.
✓ Extremely simple to use
X-jEdit can be run as either a stand-alone application, or can be embedded within applications
What is this course all about? This course provides a guide for students to recognize and use ethical judgment. Students learn how to make ethical choices in order to respond to ethical challenges that arise in today’s global culture. Students also learn the three parts of the ethical concept. Part 1: Roles. Students learn about the various roles a person can have and how these roles can create conflicts when a student is faced with a moral issue. Part 2: Values. Students learn about the various values that help people to make decisions. They also learn how values affect the ethical choices we make and how they influence our judgments about what is ethical. Part 3: Principles. Students learn about the various ethical principles and how they guide students in making decisions and in choosing the proper course of action.
At the end of this course, students will learn about:
The role-based concept of ethics
The three parts of the ethical concept
The different principles of ethics
Culture and ethics
The purpose of this course is to enable students to make better ethical decisions and not be held responsible for making unethical decisions.
The Bitcoin ecosystem is facing a new existential threat as the transaction capacity of the entire network is being threatened by the upcoming block size increase to 8 MB. This increase will only be effective in 2015. Bitcoin can continue to function but some transactions will be delayed for days, or in some cases, a couple of weeks. This is what drives down the average transaction size per day to below $100, compared to over $1,000 in 2013. Bitcoin has been lucky in that the size of the average transactions has been decreasing over the years as the number of users has increased.
That is the good news, but the bad news is that there is no apparent solution to the scaling problem, which has been the #1 concern among developers, enthusiasts, and the business world alike. I find it remarkable that the entire technical community hasn’t stepped up to help develop a better solution. But they are no better than us developers; most people are not technical and they are waiting for us to figure it out.
Ultimately, we have to raise the question: does Bitcoin even need scaling? It is not meant to be a currency, but it is fundamentally a peer to peer system. It operates much like radio, TV, or any other system that communicates via a unidirectional digital signal. A fundamental property of a broadcast is that it is not meant to be a cheap, on-demand service.
X-jEdit is a highly configurable, easy to use and fast multi-platform Java based text editor which is the best choice for those who prefer a fast, lightweight editor with minimalistic approach. This text editor is mainly designed to be used with a graphic user interface to edit text documents including JTextPane, JEditorPane, JFormattedTextField, JComboBox, JTabbedPane, JTextArea, JFrame, JApplet or any swing component which supports text input and output.
Freezing your track on a special instrument of its time? Then you need a real time effects plugin that does what it says, and then some.
This is no normal guitar multitimbral plugin.
To use it, you can play like you do with most effects, apply it to individual tracks and apply it again.
But what makes Freeze unique is that you can create tracks where the keys are permanently frozen.
You can also freeze notes, chords or even entire songs at the press of a button.
Listen to “The Sunken Place” by the Propellerheads and you’ll understand.
The Freeze effect is unique to Freeze in that it uses the Freeze automation button to freeze the keys that are currently being played.
This effect is really useful for progressive rock bands that want to play some notes in a particular key whilst the other track is in a different key.
You can apply it to individual tracks or apply it to an entire song.
It works by freezing the notes in the currently selected track, and then fading the notes up or down.
To create a track with permanently frozen keys, select the Automation button and choose Freeze on the Freeze list.
You can then select the Freeze keyboard you want, freeze the keys and then create a custom MIDI controller for it.
The Freeze effect is a bit more complicated than the Freeze keyboard.
The Freeze effect gives the option to either freeze the notes in the currently selected track, or the notes in the currently selected track and all other tracks.
The freeze effect also gives you the option to freeze notes in all tracks.
So there are three different types of Freeze:
1. The Freezing keyboard
2. The Freeze tracks
3. The Freeze notes
In Freeze mode, the Freeze keyboard will freeze the notes on the currently selected track.
All other tracks will remain unchanged.
So for example if you want to freeze all tracks but the
X-jEdit is a cross-platform open source text editor, specially designed for programmers and hobbyist, with a full Java-based approach.
It has a user friendly interface with no need for special training.
From the HTML, SQL, Pascal, C/C++, Java, PHP and many other languages, X-jEdit supports most of the encoding types.
X-jEdit provides the most common features programmers are used to find in a text editor: syntax highlighting, line and column numbering, search & replace, and support for multi-language source files.
These are the major features:
• Syntax Highlighting. The editor will highlight the syntax of the source file,
• Automatic indentation. X-jEdit automatically indents code.
• Code completion. Type some letters, hit [TAB] and X-jEdit will complete the line and the
• Whole line command. With the whole line command, you can quickly edit the entire line.
• Plug-in support. X-jEdit is fully compatible with X-java Plug-ins.
• Selection / object mark. The editor supports multiple selection and marking. You can highlight text,
• HTML tags, whole lines, table cells, words,…
• Text / object annotation. It’s possible to tag lines and words and insert context and tables.
• Image / word/code extraction. The editor supports many file types and image types. It’s possible to extract text
• Paste block. You can paste several lines at once.
• Built in keyboard macros. It’s possible to record macros and to paste them from the editor.
• Code folding. When in folding mode, the editor will fold the code in each line.
• Customization. You can customize the behavior of the editor by selecting the
• Appearance / look and feel. You can customize the look and feel of the editor with several
• Customization categories. These categories are divided into categories such as
• Favorites menu. You can create your own menu with menu items, that will appear on
• Menus. You can change the menus appearance, add, edit, or delete menu items, change the text color, the selected color, size, etc.
• Toolbars. You can change the editor toolbars, create new toolbars and group them.
• Tooltip. You can add or edit the tooltips
• Bookmarks. You can create your own bookmarks
• Highlight / code / data / tooltips. Highlight, highlight tooltips, code data or tooltips.
• Viewer / note / favorites / history. Display, create and edit bookmarks, history, notes,…
• Code folding. Code folding mode allows you to turn a long code line into multiple lines, with the possibility
• Folding / folding toggle /…
• Auto-indent. X-j
Windows 7, Vista, 8, 8.1, 10 (64-bit)
Pentium III or AMD equivalent, 1.5 GHz
512MB of RAM
ATI Radeon or Nvidia Geforce, 2D capable with 256MB of VRAM
1.8GB available hard drive space
Important: Skyrim is the first game in the series that does not use v-sync.