MacRabbit has updated its Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) editor
to version 1.6 and more recently to 1.6.1, adding a slew of new features and squashing bugs. The latest version is ready for download from the Web site.
CSSEdit provides Web page developers with a visual editing interface for manipulating CSS source. The software categorizes units, describes buttons, provides drag and drop image path manipulation, and much more. Customizable syntax coloring, find and replace, go to line function and auto-indentation are present, along with intelligent auto-complete and many other features.
The new 1.6 release of CSSEdit features major performance optimizations for source editing and CSS extraction, improves auto-completion logic, sports faster preview refresh, adds a new Duplicate command, and much more, including a bunch of bug fixes.
The 1.6.1 release, offered a day after 1.6 was posted, fixes a crash on launch on installs using Mac OS X v10.2 “Jaguar,” remembers editing mode when opening new documents, and adds key commands for Extended Preview and Reload.
CSSEdit 1.6.1 is a free update for registered users. It costs US$24.99. CSSEdit requires Mac OS X v10.2 or later.