i was thinking of an option on the saved formatting dialog, but yes, that would just as well.
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TED Notepad and Crimson Editor both have it on Ctrl-D, and much extra kudos to TED Notepad for making Shift-Ctrl-D extend the selection to the next word. EmEditor has it on Alt-F8, but I couldn't see such a feature in EditPad Pro on short acquaintance.
Item: bookmarks that behave in a particular manner. I prefer the sort where you have just two hotkeys, one of which toggles a bookmark on the line the cursor is on, and the other of which jumps to the next bookmark in a circular queue. Crimson Editor has this, and makes the whole line coloured, which makes bookmarks really stand out from the rest of the text. Some editors seem to use separate hotkeys for each bookmark, which tends to limit them to ten on the number keys. That's what EditPad looked like, but I admit I need to look at it again. Boxer has a hybrid; it uses toggles for the bookmarks, hotkeys, but numbers them, and only allows ten bookmarks per file. However, I was interested to see it allows ten bookmarks per file for apparently as many files as you have open, and gives you a popup bookmark manager to keep track of them all. I'd still prefer more than ten, but admit that if I really had to had that, I might be in the kind of trouble that would be better approached by cutting the task into smaller parts.