Is someone using Sublime Text 3 here?
I'm really impressed by this text editor. It's multi-platform. On my Mac I use it to search and manage all my bilingual TAB delimited texts, glossaries and... even tmx files (of moderate size... DGT would surely make it slow).
When I first tried it, it just looked like "one more text editor", but it's very complex, powerful and extendable (free packages built by users).
The "Find in files" function is very impressive (damn fast). You get a "Find results" tab with links to all the files that contain the searched word(s) or regex, like in a terminal, but from there you can click on any search result to jump to the corresponding line in the files themselves (or use F4 to navigate between files, jumping from a match to the next one).
A search in Europarl directory (bilingual txt files) with the word 'impressed'.
From there, clicking somewhere on the first result opens the corresponding file and display the segment (line).
It's also possible to exclude certain file types, if your folder does not contain only txt or tmx files).
Price : free if you don't mind about the popup displayed from time to time to ask you to buy it (80$).
I apologize in advance if someone tells my that plenty of other multi-platform text editors can do the same thing :-) !
You might try binding Sublime Text 3 editor to CT's editor. Please check this article for details.
This is where I am now. The only missing thing is Fuzzy search with CT's Resource window. Concretely, a shortcut that sends my source segment to CT's search engine and displays perfect or fuzzy results in CT's Resources window, instead of the Sublime Text window.
It may look a bit crazy, but I really enjoy working directly in Ms Office files, without tags and will full visual context of fonts and layout.