Size: 20.37 MB
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.12.2
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Certificate trust panel for HTTPS previews with an unknown or invalid certificate.
Dragging a URL from Safari to Espresso in the Dock opens a new preview.
Support for PEM-formatted keys when configuring SFTP key-based authentication.
A new keyboard shortcut for Move Tab to New Window, and the ability to use outside the Workspace.
(S)CSS Override and Xray support for @imported style sheets.
Using the Xray link click button now respects onclick scripts.
Command-clicking an existing selection now removes it from Multi Edit.
Tagging of PHP versus HTML+PHP so custom snippets are activated in the expected language.
Support for syntax themes symlinking to another file (useful for theme development).
Traditional display of “index.html” in the Workspace until we re-evaluate the feature.
Window positioning for projects and document windows, as well as the Projects gallery.
The “Open…” panel now allows selecting package contents.
Trial menu bar item would remain visible after unlocking.
When browsing a server in column view, the first column would sometimes fail to reload.
Find bar would not support tabbing between fields, depending on system settings.
Re-Indent would not adjust the spacing after commas in CSS selectors.
Renaming a file and clicking right of the name would end the rename.
In previews, Open Link/Frame in New Window wouldn’t do anything.
Protocol-relative URLs would be interpreted as a comment in CSS.
Double-clicking the title bar now respects system settings.
Reloading a preview would be too aggressive, resulting in lost login sessions.
Courtesy of TNT.
You design and develop for the Web? Espresso turbo-charges your workflow with the perfect blend of features. Speed through day-to-day edits with extensive language support, contextual completions, powerful smart snippets, and Zen actions. Use the Navigator and code folding to prevail over the most complicated documents. Watch your web pages update in real time with live styling, visualize and inspect your layouts with X-ray, then push the changes to your server with Sync or Quick Publish. Oh, and did we mention CSSEdit 3 is built in?
how Espresso will rock your socks
(and also your code)
The one and only CSSEdit 3
— CSSEdit’s award-winning visual tools, now inside Espresso. With awesome CSS3 support for multi-browser gradients, shadows and more.
Web Preview with X-ray
— See how your CSS affects web layouts, visualize margins and padding, and quickly find the relevant style rules for any page element.
Powerful and Efficient Coding
— CodeSense, code folding, smart snippets, Zen coding and the drag-and-drop Navigator help you write better code in less time.
Live Styling and Overrides
— Edit any website’s CSS and see it update in real-time. No need to save, publish or reload. Experimenting and tweaking has never been this fun.
Effortless Sync and Publishing
— With Quick Publish, Server Sync and Browse, you have the right tool for any server-based workflow. The new Vroom engine is super-fast.
A Workspace That Fits Into Your Workflow
— The innovative Workspace gives you the flexibility of Tabs while integrating smoothly with your Project files.
— Needle and haystack, meet Espresso. Project-wide Find and Replace, Quick Filter and colorized regex make searching through files or text a breeze.
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