MacRabbit has updated CSSEdit, a Mac OS X application for editing Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), to version 1.5, which sports new source editing, updated point and click features, a filter field, and more.
The new version features full-blown source editing for the advanced user. Besides standard coding features such as syntax coloring and auto-indentation, CSSEdit offers intelligent auto-complete. It doesn’t suggest double properties, is fully context sensitive, and “remembers” the items you use most.
CSSEdit 1.5 adds a new panes bar for switching between visual editors. There’s a redesigned border editor that offers WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editing. You can see your styles in three different ways: in the outline view, in the preview drawer and in the context of your Web pages via the extended preview. What’s more, CSSEdit 1.5 introduces the filter field; type a part of the name or source of the item you’re looking for, and all the possible matches are shown.
CSSEdit 1.5 is a free upgrade for registered users. For new users the price is normally US$24.99 — but MacRabbit is selling it for $14.99 through Nov. 10. CSSEdit is compatible with Mac OS X 10.2 (“Jaguar”) and 10.3 (“Panther”).