And yes, Dan, I have seen this blog post: IDE's for Python
It's a great comprehensive list, though I would like to hear other's opinions on this board
I use Wing Pro (reasonable price for work) but they also have a free version.
I started using several years ago after seeing it used for a demo at the dev summit, and now it's just what I'm familiar with. They have regular updates and excellent customer service if issues (usually respond within a few hours).
That would be pretty much my reply also. I am using the dark theme, which fits in with my desktop theme:
I generally work only in python, that works for me, simple and effective. Pyscripter also has the advantage (if you need it) of being able to easily test against multiple environments if needed.
Another developer here works with multiple languages so he's going down the Eclipse path (one IDE to rule them all!) which apparently also works with Python:
I am still just using Python Idle. I tried PyScripter but preferred the color-coding in Idle which made it easier to figure out what was going on.
I didn't even know about all the other editors people have mentioned. I will definitely be looking into them.
You can port over syntax highlighting colors to other editors if you want a standardized appearance between them.
I use a slightly different color scheme for my two windows versions since I am usually doing python 2.7.x on one, while python 3.x.x on the other. The colors are my key sometimes as to where I am
Thanks Dan! Strangely enough it never occurred to me the colors could be modified beyond the themes. I like the idea of using different color schemes for each version.