Hi, I used UltraEdit for Windows up until version 11 or so, then I bought a Mac. The UltraEdit version did not exist until a few years later, so I've been curiously testing the betas / read changelogs to see its progress for the last years. I am now using Panic Coda for Mac, but due to slow upgrade rates I am considering going back to UltraEdit as the Mac version seem a bit more mature by now.
What I am missing is in e.g the account manager : Simply change order of which the accounts are listed. Seem as if right now you're enforced to get the "left" panel with accounts, listed in alphabetical order (only).
As I am working on multiple projects, I love the fact that I can go in an account > protocol > advanced and specify the local and remote paths my project is at. However, I would love for the FTP manager to be able to change order of the accounts on how I see fit for whatever I'm working on atm.
I also seem to remember I used the early versions of UltraEdit features for "projects", but as far as I can tell, it has not changed/improved a bit.
How about put some time into improving the project features. E.g a "welcome" screen with nice little tabs you can e.g place an image from the project you're working on, where configurable sized boxes/banners represents each of your project and preferably folders. (No 3d style, more like Windows 10 style with square simple and responsive navigation). Like with Panic Coda application for Mac, you can do this and its very easy shift in between multiple projects, where a main project have a main folder, then there are multiple sub projects inside, e.g "beta, release candidate, login, ...". And when you open a project, all files that were open last time you worked with this project, opens just as you left it last.
If you can feature these comments, I will not haste drop panic coda and go back to UltraEdit for Mac.