What’s the difference between plain text, marked-up plain text, and rich text? How can I tell them apart, and how do they work?
We often need to compare two documents, such as legal agreements or revisions of a report. How can we do this if they’re PDFs?
How can you create a new accented or other character which doesn’t appear in Unicode? It depends on whether you want it in text, or PDF.
When you write a comment to an article here, or edit a Property List, you’re editing XML. Two or three characters won’t work properly.
What’s the harm in using a tool to apply ‘styles’ to plain Unicode text in a tweet, or similar?
Utility to convert text files between different code pages and formats now runs native on Intel and Apple Silicon Macs.
This linguistic analysis tool uses macOS to identify languages, parse them into grammatical types, even analyse word frequencies.
Universal App to obfuscate text using unusual Unicode code points which look the same but are different.
Why should anyone still want to work with email messages in text? Here’s why, and how you can benefit too.
Looks at plain text, CSV, XML, JSON, RTF, RTFD, .docx, .xlsx, and PDF. Which should you trust with your important documents in archives?