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Do not prompt respected community subject with tabs, syntax highlighting and the ability to work with cyberduck, not overloaded with extra functions, and preferably free? Used Textmate, but for remote documents do not work tabs, and cp-1251 are sometimes frustrating. Texwrangler crooked.
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Better textmate will not find anything(
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I Recommend MacVIM. TextMate is better but you won't find anything, it's true. If TextMate was free — I would have used it.
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Smultron?
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Coda isn't free, but in my opinion, better not :) to Work with remote sites all the song and remembers which files were edited in recent times and appearance with animation touches me.
Don't know about CyberDuck, transmit — so it works — open the document when you save, the machine is synchronized on FTP (or ssh)
+ put the zenCoding plugin if you have to impose.
+ plugin CodaAutosave — which machine Savic all files when focus is lost from the window
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PHPStorm is very good. However, the toll, but it's worth it.
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and cp-1251 are sometimes frustrating

For such cases you can use Coda, yet it fails. And as said above, TextMate (alas, the problem with tabs is). Alternatively, when a large number of Windows to use Spaces for the "unloading" of the workspace.
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Having tried at the time, and Textmate and Coda and Espresso, switched to Eclipse. For more than two years sitting on it.
For me one of the advantages was that in Eclipse I'm working under Wendy and Mac.
There are a bunch of plugins, including SVN, SSH, FTP.
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