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Atom 1.16 Open-Source Hackable Text Editor Released with Various Improvements

Softpedia Thursday, 13 April 2017
Atom 1.16 Open-Source Hackable Text Editor Released with Various ImprovementsGitHub's Andrea Liliana Griffiths is pleased to announce the release of Atom 1.16 as the latest stable version of the popular, multi-platform, and open-source hackable text editor, along with the Beta of Atom 1.17. Atom 1.16 has entered Beta a little over a month ago when Atom 1.15 launched with its improvements to duplicate selections with multiple lines, the ability to retain tabs of deleted files, always visible cursors, better handling of minified files, and several other optimizations and bug fixes. While not on the same caliber as the previous release, Atom 1.16 is here with improvements mostly for macOS users by adding an extra layer of title bar options, which can be enabled from Settings -> Core Settings -> Title Bar. Two new options are available, namely custom-inset and hidden. "custom-inset adds a bit more padding around the “traffic lights”. This might not seem that useful at first glance, but the “traffic lights” will look more aligned when combined ...
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