I've been using Notepad++ for a long time as a quick note taking app. The "feature" I most use is the ability to have multiple tabs opened with text that I typed and the ability to close the whole app and continue where I left without having to actually save the file itself. Most of the time it's just quick notes so I don't have the need to always save stuff.
Notepad++ is not available on Linux and it is starting to get buggy on my Windows for some unknown reason, so I'm searching for an alternative that has these features:
- Is cross platform.
- Has the restore previous session (I don't know if that is the correct name) without actually having to save the files.
- Doesn't need to choose a workspace or a folder to start working.
I've tried the following:
- VS Code: Nice for code editing but requires to choose a workspace (bad if I open VS Code for other stuff) and doesn't have the save feature I want (I have to save the file and give it a name)
- Kate Editor: Promising and nice looking also, but I couldn't find if there's the save feature that I want.
specific location, even I'm forgot to save, Notepad++ is save the
session, then i lost my computer, unsaved data is lost and the
specific locationis unaccessible/lost, i lost everything, then i search
how toavoid losing data, tried using
C9 localfrom github for some time, need to instal in server, like notepad++, when i close, and reopen, its save the session, but its a web based editor, now I'm edit in workspace VS Code, i can edit in any place, i can save my edit to my private repository, edit from anywhere, only story