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BBEdit 14.1

Bare Bones Software has issued BBEdit 14.1, adding support for multiple notebooks and Shortcuts in macOS 12 Monterey. You can now sort notes in a notebook’s sidebar by clicking the pop-up indicator on the right side of the sidebar header. More surprising is BBEdit 14.1’s newfound capability to display standalone image files in ordinary windows, projects, and disk browsers.

BBEdit 14.1 image display
The update also adds an option to remove image metadata when deploying a Web site project, reworks the appearance of the Commands window, enables you to select text in the Clipboard window, fixes a crash at startup that occurred in Mac App Store builds in which sandbox access was not granted, and improves progress reporting when uploading files by dragging them to the FTP/SFTP browser window. ($49.99 new, free update, 22.4 MB, release notes, macOS 10.14.2+)

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