A few months ago Game Master 770 made several recommendations for editors (UltraEdit and TextPad) and posted some very useful Syntax color-coding datafiles for both.
I tried out each editor, felt more comfortable with TextPad, so I bought a copy.
TextPad comes with a number of TextPad Clip Libraries (.tcl) setup for various languages including HTML tags and lookup tables for various extended character sets, ANSI, Control and DOS, etc. . You can also download TextPad Clip Libraries for other languages created by other TP users from the TextPad website.
I got the idea to create a library of my own for working with ZScripts - and compiled a complete alphabetical listing of the ZScript Command Set - Here it is for any other TextPad ZScriptor who might find it useful.
To use the file, ZBrush Syntax.TCL, first save it to the clip library folder (look under Preferences - clip library for the path).
When you reopen TextPad, activate the Clip Library window under the View menu. You'll find a new listing: ZBrush Syntax Reference.
Mouse over the names to see the syntax for any of the ZScript commands.
Double-click any command and the complete syntax will be inserted into your code, at the cursor, bracketed with the /* and */ comment tags so it won't bother anything when you test your script. (delete it when you're done.)
In the .ZIP file you'll find two files:
new_Zbrush2_script.syn = my current color-coded syntax setup
Zbrush Syntax.TCL = the alphabetically listed reference of ZBrush commands