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Thursday, October 18, 2007


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Sweet beans Nick! Thanks a ton!

Thanks Nick, will be installed as soon as I've posted this thank you.

Just one slight problem: Download didn't work in Firefox for me, had to start IE for it. Don't know if others have the same problem.

Great job Nick! Can't wait to try it out!

Congrats Nick on the release! You don't know how much Extended Find/Replace saved me! Where do I post v4.0 feature requests :) Anyway, thanks again!

That's hot! Kudos for doing that work yourself finally, after the stall while searching for a new developer. Now when can I get my grubby hands on that FeedDemon 2.6 beta? ;-)

I've just tried the new Top Syle 3.5 Beta version and I'm very excited for all the new features... But I've just ordered a Mac: I'm switching from Win.
I haven't found it in the forums...
Will you make a version of Top Style for Mac users too? I hope so much...
Thanks for all your great work...


Like many, I feared for the development of TopStyle, so this is a very, very welcome relase.

Excellent news :)

It might be worth having the update checker 3.12 redirect through to that page too, as the current landing page says that 3.12 is still the latest version.

Great stuff Nick. The Extended S&R works even better than the one in Homesite.


I'm still using HomeSite 5.5 and TopStyle Lite. I have a new web project. What do you recommend for a replacement to HS5.5 to use with TopStyle 3.5?

@Paul, that's hard for me to say. FWIW, I'm using TopStyle Pro as a replacement for HomeSite, since it's an HTML editor as well as a CSS editor.

If that doesn't suit your needs, perhaps someone else can make a few recommendations?

Nice to hear that! Want to buy it ASAP.

I want to khow one thing: is it fixed when StyleSweeper broke right order (LoVeHAte) of pseudoclasses? Because it did it in alphabetic order, and it was weird. :-(

great product! unfortunately still not supporting utf-8. this is the reason for switching to other products. :-(

Hello Nick,
I really love the new TopStyle, and have been following the beta's for a while.
but please add an link to this page or the 'http://www.newsgator.com/download/secureDownload.aspx?topstyle=1' page on the 'http://www.bradsoft.com/topstyle/readme/' because I had a hard time finding the correct download page!
But the best part of the final product is the free upgrade for 3.x customers ;-). Thanks a lot and keep up the good work

@warmrobot: yes, the style sweeper in v3.5 puts pseudo-classes in the correct order (:link, :visited, :hover, :active).

@Pettrie: thanks for the reminder - I've justed added a link to the download page.

Thanks for the free upgrade Nick, a really nice gesture. Even after switching to Mac I couldn't say goodbye to Topstyle so now it runs in Parrallels and I still create my sites with it!

@MCC: That's quite a compliment - thanks!

Hi Nick
Thanks for the free upgrade and the great work, I use TopStyle Pro as xhtml, css, asp classic and php editor. But I really miss;
Tag inspector within a PHP/ASP tag.
PHP/ASP colorcoding within xhtml tag.


Great update. Great program.
Great programming. On every level a homerun.

We who'd been despondent about TopStyle's
languishment are now ecstatic Re: the

Excelsior !

-- stan

Thanks, Stan - great to hear you like the new TopStyle!

please let me know if you ever release this for the MAC - - I use Top Style on my PC and love it --tried BBEDit and CSS edit they don't compare to Top Style in my book!! Love your problem--just hoping you'll offer a MAC version :)

+1 Mac support

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