Be sure not to miss up this feature: TextEdit Font Editor. Oh, don't worry, it's already there inside TextEdit, so you don't need to do any extra download.
I made it all only with Font Editor and Colors Editor of TextEdit. Surprising? (I hope so, but the fact is not)
In short, with TextEdit, it's possible to have our favorite font colorful, shadowy and clean. Maybe we can call this thing mini-photoshop text-styler, oh such a long name.. and the style can be copied and pasted to another text. Later I'll tell you, one by one, okay?
This feature allows us to make font modification inside TextEdit, this including changing Font Family, Typeface, Font Size, Text Decoration, and so on.
Call out this pane with keystroke Commant-T. This keystroke also helps you turn off that pane.
This feature helps you colorize font inside TextEdit. I love this.
Open up this pane is a little bit tricky. You cannot use Command-C as it is already taken by another action (you know what I mean). Why not we try for Command-Shift-C? Fortunately, it just works.
Try pressing Command-Option-C while highlighting some words that have been customized. Nothing happens.
Now highlight other normal words and press down keystroke Command-Option-V, what will happen? Obviously, you will see that the styles is being copied to your normal font. It's a cool stuff!
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