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Many people seems to have interest in this editor, and it bit awkward
to email it to everyone. So, thanks to Stefan Ottosson, who kindly
donated space on his web server, it can be now downloaded from the
following location:
There is also a link from wiki, but most people seems to find it via
web mailing list archive.

On 12/19/05, Pavel Antokolsky aka Zigmar <> wrote:
> Hello,
> I've customized notepad2 editor by added lua syntax highlighting to
> it. Actually it was easy enough, because it is based on scintilla lib
> which already has lua lexer, so all I needed is just to plug it in
> right way to the editor. Anyway, despite the ease, it was a bit time
> consuming, so I thought someone might also want it. I can send the
> updated executable (236kb zip, P4/SSE) or the source code.
> Who those who does not know what is the notepad2 it - it is a very
> nice text editor, an excellent replacement for standard "notepad". By
> start-up speed and easy of use (and unclutterness of UI) it resembles
> the original notepad, but by features it can be compared to much more
> sophisticated editors (well, after all it has scintilla core). Really
> my favorite "online" editor for windows. Only thing I was missing was
> Lua syntax highlighting. :)
> The original version and source I've got from
> --
> Best regards,
> Zigmar

Best regards,