The addons dialog window

Use this window to handle program language, program themes, dictionaries and syntax highlighters.


To handle or download themes, please use the "Add-ons" dialog.

Download Themes

Use this pane to download new themes from the home site.

Use this link to download all available skins. Download skins


You need dictionaries to use the spell check feature in the program. Open the "Add-ons" dialog to handle your dictionaries, or to edit user defined words.

Download dictionaries

Use this pane to download new dictionaries from the home site.

Highlighters (syntax files)

To handle or download highlighters (syntax file), please use the "Add-ons" dialog.

Download syntax files

Use this pane to update or download highlighters (syntax files) from the home site.

Create new syntax file

Use the syntax editor to create new syntax files. Please read the help file for more information on how to create one.

All syntax files should be place in:

Install version
C:\Documents and Settings\(User)\Application Data\RJ TextEd\Syntax (Windows XP)
C:\Users\(User)\AppData\Roaming\RJ TextEd\Syntax (Windows Vista)
Portable version
<Progdir>\RJ TextEd\Syntax

You can email new syntax definition files to:

Language files

The program can use language files to support different languages. Use the add-ons dialog to change language used.

Download language files

Use this pane to download new languages from the home site.

Create new language file

To create a new language file select "New -> General -> Language file -> .ini" and replace the English text after each (=) sign. It should look something like this:

0002=Öppna tidigare
0005=Spara som...

Save the file and select it in the "Add-ons" dialog. If you're pleased with the result you can send your new language file to: . And I'll put it here.

New language files are placed in: (XP)

C:\Documents and Settings\(User)\Application Data\RJ TextEd\Language

or in Vista

C:\Users\(User)\AppData\Roaming\RJ TextEd\Language

In the portable version the files are located in:

...\RJ TextEd\Language