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TEA: A Smooth Text Editor That Hits the Sweet Spot

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The TEA Text Editor is a very handy writing tool that delivers a much different user interface. For most computer users cranking out words or program code for digital consumption, text editors are often preferable to feature-bloated word processors. TEA pours on features yet keeps from getting too steamy.

If you have tried very basic text editors such as Leafpad or gEdit, the TEA text Editor will greatly surprise you. If you are familiar with the Geany Text Editor, you will find TEA a very similar writing tool.

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Tea would be interesting if

Tea would be interesting if it didn't make it so difficult to open a file for editing.

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