EditPad Pro Discussion Forum

When you buy EditPad Pro, you don’t just get a piece of software. You’ll join an active community of people that use EditPad Pro on a daily basis. You can find them on the EditPad Pro forums which are built right into the software. Simply select Help|Forum in the menu and you’re on.

You’ll find EditPad Pro’s forums far more convenient than your typical web-based forum. A big benefit is that they support file attachments. You can directly attach the files you’re working with in EditPad Pro. Even screen shots taken with the Print Screen key can be attached directly, without using a graphics program to save them first. When reading messages, you can select which attachments you want to download and whether to save them or open them directly.

The forums are of course also the best place to get technical support for EditPad Pro. Somebody from Just Great Software checks the forums at least once daily to answer technical support questions that haven’t been answered by other EditPad Pro users yet.

“Jan, you have produced a great product and your personal involvement [on the forums] makes it that much better. As always, thanks for your help and suggestions!”
— Ray Mitchell, RegexBuddy user
  30 April 2008, California, USA

How to Get onto The Forums

  1. Buy, download and install your own licensed copy of EditPad Pro.
  2. Start EditPad Pro.
  3. In EditPad Pro, select Help|Forum in the menu.
  4. Type in your name as you’d like it to appear on the forum.
  5. If you want to receive email copies of forum messages, turn on that option and enter your email address.
  6. Click the OK button on the login screen.

That’s it! Since the forum is right built into the software, your EditPad Pro license is automatically used to log you onto the forums. No need to create an account or remember any passwords.

“I’m a huge fan of Just Great Software products. This forum has in my mind made a great product even better. I prefer this type of forum over a web based one for one very simple reason: the ability to click on examples and have them open in the correct pane—no need to copy and paste.”
— Andre Artus, RegexBuddy user
  27 June 2007, South Africa