Open source plain text editor
Sakura is a plain text editor that can be used as a perfect alternative to other editors in its same category. In this editor we'll find options that are also present in other similar tools, from the most simple functions to search and replace characters in a text, to the creation and loading of macros. However, it stands out due the depth of some of these tools, as there are very few editors that offers so many possibilities to carry out the same actions.
A text editor that supports Japanese characters.
Main features of Sakura
- Plenty of options for the edition of text lines.
- Configuration of cursor movements.
- Keyboard shortcuts to select texts.
- Full text conversion from upper to lower case.
- Creation and execution of macros.
- Support for several types of encoding.
Working with texts in Japanese
But if Sakura is especially useful for something, it's definitely because we can work with texts in Japanese. As you can imagine due to its name, it's a tool developed in Japan, and therefore, it supports characters that aren't usually included in other editors. Together with its open source nature, this feature is the best calling card for this text editor.
- To configure the language, you have to go to the Option (O) menu, select the Common Settings (C) list. When the new window opens, go to the ウィンドウ(Window) tab and choose the language from the 言語 (Language) drop-down menu.
- Requires a ZIP compatible compressor to open the language file.