我想要一个文本编辑器，如Google Docs应用程序，在那里开始查看文件，如果要编辑它，您可以单击"编辑" 按钮。如果您正在编辑文本，这将是有用的原因是键盘会自动弹出。 90％的时间，我只是想查看文本文件而不是进行更改。或者我也许希望查看该文件并决定在我看到它后想进行更改。当我只想查看它时，解除键盘或提示每次保存文件。
I would like a text editor that works like the Google Docs app, where you start out viewing a file and if you want to edit it you specifically have to click an "Edit" button. The reason this would be useful is that the keyboard pops up automatically if you are editing text. 90% of the time, I simply want to view the text file and not make changes. Or maybe I want to view the file and decide if I want to make changes after I see it. Dismissing the keyboard or being prompted to save the file every time is annoying when I only wanted to view it.
You can install Google docs in your Android device. Also you can use an editor called INKPAD, that works your way, the keyboard only is showed if you want to edit the note.
MiniNoteViewer (https://market.android.com/details?id=jp.gr.java_conf.hatalab.mnv&hl=en) basically works the way I want. There's no explicit switch between "Edit" and "View" modes, but it doesn't pop up the keyboard until you tell it to. Good enough.
Also Jota View (https://market.android.com/details?id=jp.sblo.pandora.jota) can be set to not pop up the keyboard when you are viewing a note (Preferences->Input->Viewer), though the app is overcomplicated IMO.