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Vinny Hebert joins us in this edition of Watch Me Work Live Stream and shows us his first 5 favorite tips for using NotePadd++ when building and working on Joomla sites.



  • - Title: "(2) Vinny Hebert's NotePad++ First Five Favorite Tips - 👀 Watch Me Work Live Stream 005 - YouTube"
    - Livestream Format Change: Instead of Tim Davis working on Joomla, it features guests demonstrating their Joomla-related tasks.
    - Guest: Vinny Hebert, known from maintenance money livestream and Twitch.
    - Introduction to Notepad++: Text editor designed for programmers, preferred over regular Notepad.
    - Feature 1: Spell Checker - Identifies and highlights spelling errors.
    - Feature 2: Language Highlighting - Specifies the language (e.g., CSS) for syntax highlighting.
    - Feature 3: Tabs - Multiple tabs for different files, each with its own settings.
    - Feature 4: Macros - Recordable and customizable macros for repetitive tasks.
    - Feature 5: Plugin Manager - Allows the addition of various plugins, including FTP functionality.
    - Bonus Feature: Autosave - Preserves tabs and content even if the program unexpectedly closes.
    - Vinny's Use Cases: Development, DJing, entertainment company owner, and upcoming project launch.
    - Vinny's Recommendation: Notepad++ is a free program with a user-friendly interface and useful features.
    - Comparison to Joomla: Mention of the open-source nature of Joomla and how paid versions offer additional features.
    - Acknowledgment of Developers: Appreciation for developers like Peter from Regular Labs for their contributions to Joomla.
    - Livestream Discussion: Chat interaction, potential future sessions, and invitation for others to share their favorite tools.


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