TheCodingMonkeys are proud to announce the release of SubEthaEdit 2.5.1

September 19, 2006 – TheCodingMonkeys today released SubEthaEdit
2.5.1, a significant update to its award-winning collaborative text
editor for developers, web designers, schools and small businesses.

This update includes some new features and a lot of improvements
regarding editing and language modes. SubEthaEdit 2.5.1 is also a
maintenance release to fix reported issues and provides minor
refinements like automatic updating and crash reporting.

New key features include:
– The all new “Encoding Doctor” helps with conversion between
encodings and identifying problematic characters.

– Soft-wrapped lines can be displayed with indentation.

– A page guide helps with layout of fixed-width text.

An image of all new key featues in action is available at

For a detailed list of additions, changes and fixes please consult
the release notes at

Licenses for SubEthaEdit are available for $35, with volume discount
starting at 3 licences. A license is required after a trial period of
30 days.

SubEthaEdit (formerly known as Hydra) won the 2003 Apple Design Award
for “Best Mac OS X Student Product” honoring outstanding excellence
in software design and innovation Apple’s Worldwide Developers
Conference in June, 2003. SubEthaEdit also received first-place award
in the international category of the O’Reilly’s second Mac OS X
Innovators Contest. Entries were judged on innovation, ease of use,
adherence to the Mac OS X Human Interface Guidelines, and use of Mac
OS X technologies.

TheCodingMonkeys is a Macintosh software company based in Munich,
Germany. It is determined to produce software that stands-up to the
Macintosh ease-of-use while solving complex problems.
TheCodingMonkeys revolutionized real-time text collaboration with the
release of SubEthaEdit 1.0.