HTML-Kit Tools user interface has been updated to take advantage of high resolution monitors up to 4K. Regardless of the monitor, if your Windows setting for text size is over 100%, you'll notice a difference in sharpness. Your code in the editor, file explorer and many other parts of the user interface will appear more crisp than they did with previous versions.
These screenshots are compressed and may not look as sharp as the actual result. Don't forget to restart Windows after changing display scaling in Windows Settings.
Fira Code in retina style can now be used in the main editor with a couple of clicks. To see which of the eight coding fonts works best for you, click the UI drop-down shown in the screenshot and hover over the font name for a live preview.
The character encoding window on the Actions Bar (View > Actions Bar > Channel 3 menu option), now expands to fill the available screen space.
The way untitled documents and tabs are named can be changed under Edit > Preferences > Files > Untitled File Name Style.
A hint indicating the number of matches is displayed for find and replace actions.
Switching between a laptop and an external display often means adjusting to different resolutions and work areas. Because of this, you may want the find interface (or any other window) to appear on different corners for different monitors. HTML-Kit Tools now remembers where you place each window along with its size, per monitor, so it's easy to go back and forth without retuning your workspace.
Status Bar now displays the number of carets or selections, in multi-edit mode.
Tested on the latest update to Windows 10 -- Creators Update. Windows version 1703 (March 2017) build 15063.0.