When comparing PSPad vs Suplemon, the Slant community recommends PSPad for most people. In the question“What are the best programming text editors?” PSPad is ranked 25th while Suplemon is ranked 50th.
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Pro Integrated FTP client
Pro Simple and small
PSPad is simple, small, and lightweight. It's also quite fast.
PSPad is completely free to download and use.
Pro Code highlighting for many languages
PSPad supports code highlighting for several languages.
Pro Accented words
In PSPad, the user can add accents to words.
Pro Integrated HEX editor
Pro Native multi cursor editing on the command line
Multiple cursors & column selection allow versatile ways of editing.
Pro Low learning curve
Does not drown you in keyboard shortcuts or non-intuitive use-concepts as you start using it, but high-level functionality can still be easily accessed when the need for it arises.
Pro Mouse support
Scroll wheel works automatically. With mouse mode (F8) the cursor can be moved with a left-click to a desired position, and new cursors can be added with right clicks.
Pro No required dependencies
Pro Shows linting messages for Python code (requires flake8)
Con Windows only
It's only available for Windows.
Con No code folding
Does not support code folding.
Con No content assist
Con No region selection
Some selection features that are taken for granted in other editors are missing here. As they say in their documentation, if you want to copy and paste part of a line, you need to use the mouse to select it and copy with Ctrl + Shift + C.