Hex Editor Neo Ultimate

Hex Editor Neo is a basic tool for everyone who works with binary files, disks and computer's memory data. Hex Editor Neo is carefully designed, optimized for best performance and saves you a lot of time while you are working with files, disks, PC memory and raw data. It allows you to perform almost any manipulation with extremely large files where any other editor will just stuck, hang and crash.
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15 votes Vote

Bearing in mind what this application does and whom it is aimed at, and comparnig with like products, I suggest the price be raised to the USD120-150 range.

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HDDSoftware, 21.09.2012
We consider price to be raised up to 120-150 USD for version with new advanced functionality which is in a process of development now.
BenAsp, 20.09.2012, 12:11
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7 votes Vote

Allow patch creation providing the modified file too.

Right now the program allows to generate patches and self extracting patches but only with the changes made editing the file. It would be great to be able to generate patches for files providing the already modified file too. E.g. having two...
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HDDSoftware, 21.09.2012
This functionality is scheduled for development.
aphanic, 20.09.2012, 13:31
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0 votes Vote

Add conversion for commonly encoded MIME/text such as ROT13

Would be useful to be able to easily convert encoded data such as ROT13, 7-bit encoded 8-bit ASCII (I forget the name) and other Mime/text-xxx streams
ArtKns, 21.09.2012, 08:30
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35 votes Vote

I suggest you lower the price.

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HDDSoftware, 21.09.2012
Hex Editor Neo has a Free edition which costs nothing and Non-Commercial version which costs less than Commercial.
larry, 20.09.2012, 11:43
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22 votes Vote

have a chm help file as the help menu does not have working links

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HDDSoftware, 21.09.2012
You can find CHM file in the product installation folder.
In official builds from hhdsoftware.com all links work correctly, in addition you may use online documentation:
http://www.hhdsoftware.com/doc/hex-editor/getting-started-with-hex-editor-neo-documentation-road-map.html
John Janda, 20.09.2012, 10:25
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10 votes Vote

Definitely doesn't require a portable version. If one feels paranoid about one's Registry, there are many utilities one can use to create portable versions of any app.

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HDDSoftware, 21.09.2012
Portable version was disabled in GOATD build. Builds from hhdsoftware.com support portable version installation.
bim, 20.09.2012, 13:35
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5 votes Vote

Make UI simpler. A lot of buttons and features. Don't want all of that for everyday use.

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HDDSoftware, 21.09.2012
Use "Quick UI tweak" button to switch between Novice, Advanced and Expert layout in just one click.
Greg, 20.09.2012, 14:04
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