ConstEdit word processor is an html document editor. It supports voice typing, html5 sections and external stylesheets.
Changes of the current version since the last update : - Fixed : On non-Windows platforms (e.g. Linux), the default location of the Standard Stylesheet is not shown on the Standard Stylesheet Location textbox successfully in the initial display of the Options Page. - Fixed : On non-Windows platforms (e.g. Linux), the Download Status Bar of Chrome is not hidden successfully after performing a save action; the save action itself is totally ok though. - Fixed : In Design HTML Stylesheets, font-family and font-size style properties of the "body" element cannot be imported successfully from the selected stylesheet. - Fixed : The shortcut key for converting the selected words to title-case is changed from Ctrl+Shift+U to Ctrl+Shift+F2. This is to avoid clashing with a system shortcut key in some non-Windows platforms (e.g. Linux). ConstEdit works fully-featured during the 31-days free trial period. After that you have to pay for a full license in order to perform Save action. All other functionality still works normally whether or not you have a full license. ConstEdit is a word processor that writes documents in the html format. No coding skill on html is required. Numerous popup tool-tips are set into the user interface extensively to help you get familiarized quickly. It is not an online html editor that relies on connecting to an internet service. It works locally in your device for more data security and performance. It provides all the editing functionality that you would expect from a regular word processor, such as rich text editing, spell-checking, auto-capitalization, and auto-correction. The features mentioned below however make ConstEdit stand out from other editors. 1. Document Sections Structure. You can visualize and manage your doc sections structure conveniently with drag-and-drop. 2. Separation of formatting from authoring. Formatting of document is done automatically by assigning an external stylesheet to your doc. You can now concentrate on your authoring. Elements in your doc is formatted automatically on-the-fly as you type, according to the stylesheet. Writing a doc is just as simple as using the plain text format. 3. Design Html Stylesheets. With ConstEdit, you can design and generate your own custom stylesheets for use with your documents. ConstEdit comes with 4 ready-to-use stylesheets. 4. Voice Typing. ConstEdit supports text input through voice typing with Speech Recognition. 5. Footnotes. You can set footnotes conveniently and you can switch quickly between the locations of the legs of the footnotes. 6. Html Code Editor. If you are a developer, you may use the ConstEdit + Developer Tools combo as a simple and handy html source code editor. Free Trial. Within the 31-days free trial period, you have access to all functions. After that "Save" action will be disabled, unless you purchase a full license. You can continue using all other features of the editor though. For example, you still can make use of "Copy Html" to copy your content as Html code to paste into your blog authoring tool, if your tool accepts Html code (such as Blogger of Google). This way you can prepare complicated formats such as Table for your blogs.
- (2019-11-08) Tim Wood: It doesn't work.
- (2018-02-28) Christopher King: This would be a little 'dream come true' of an app, if ONLY it offered the capability to view/edit HTML5 source code in another tab or side-by side window. I realize the marketing niche which the developers are going for is "word processor" but there are hardly any reasonably priced HTTML5 page editors that offer a both a clean, easy to use WYSIWYG interface along with a corresponding code editor. So Not giving any access to the source code is far too limiting. Otherwise the interface is really nice, clean and well-designed. Lot's of potential to change the market if this were to be added.