Text editors are a bit like religions. There are many, and the features, though similar, are different from one editor to the next, and used differently by each user, according to tastes, experience, and needs. If the mantra ‘nothing improves without change’ is true, and I believe it is, it’s important to check out new offerings.
My Mac is graced with a number of text editors; some free, some not, some like old and comfortable friends from the last century, some new but worthy of mention. HueNote falls into the last category because it acts like a text editor, but also a notes app, and displays what you write or code in a unique way. Parallel multiple notes. I take that to mean multiple workspaces within the same workspace screen real estate.
Here’s a visual example.
HueNote handles three types of tags for easy identification; mark, color, and keyword. The app is iCloud Drive savvy so you can save documents online and make them available to other Macs. And, it features new OS X basics, including fullscreen mode (very handy with multiple workspaces open), and, of course, auto-save.
HueNote is new and something of an acquired taste, but the multiple workspaces within a single app screen has benefits. Support, though, is in Japanese, however the Mac App Store also has a free version to try out first. Remember, nothing improves without change.