I don't like that you have to toggle your "Active database" rather than just opening a new window with a new connection to a different database. If that annoys me much more then I plan to try SquirrelSQL and then retry Postage.
I never understood the hate that pgAdmin3 received, I liked it a lot. V4 though is a mess.
I use it to organize my scripts which I need regularly. I can also put them on a network/shared drive so that others can access it.
I don't know if pgAdmin allows it, but in DBeaver, I can switch between Grid and Text view to copy paste data into email in a nicely tabulated format, besides of course, being able to export a result set out into CSV etc.
Will give dbeaver a try.
A decent alternative I use is SQL workbench/j (not related to MySQL) which leverages jdbc to connect to any database and has a long feature list. In my experience, it is on-par with dbeaver.
> skrause: BigSQL maintains an LTS release that stays compatible with the most recent Postgres versions: https://www.openscg.com/bigsql/pgadmin3/
The discussion mentions a number of additional alternatives. Also: Postage itself is looking for a new maintainer.