Crescent Eve

If you are looking for Crescent Eve, you have come to the right place. We explain what Crescent Eve is and point you to the official download.

What is Crescent Eve?

Crescent Eve is a multi-function HTML and text editor developed by Kashim and is primarily meant only for Japanese users (requiring Japanese character sets to be installed on a Windows machine). It is based off the original Windows Notepad, but with added features while still retaining its simplicity and light footprint – it was conceived when its creator thought that most Notepad clones and multi-function HTML text editors were too resource-intensive, so they made a port of Notepad with HTML editing capabilities without being a resource hog.

Crescent Eve also expands on the HTML tagging feature: when a user types < a list of tags will be displayed in a drop-down list, and as the user types a tag these tags will change according to the typed letters (like Google’s Autocomplete). Furthermore, the tags can automatically be closed when a user presses Ctrl + Enter. Other features of Crescent Eve include an HTML preview (which launches the computer’s default browser; all browsers are supported), support for Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) 2.1, grammar check, and HTML mode tag selection tool.

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File types supported by Crescent Eve

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About file types supported by Crescent Eve

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Last updated: : June 21, 2014