I've been successfully using HeidiSQL for MySQL/MariaDB servers for a long time now and it has proven to be a great software.
I've been also using PostgreSQL (using it for all my new projects) for some time and I have yet to find any decent software like HeidiSQL but for PostgreSQL. pgAdmin III is ok I guess, but it lacks many of the usability features of HeidiSQL. I know that HeidiSQL supports some features of PostgreSQL, but I guess it was initially written for MySQL in mind.
So, the question is: Does the author intend to put work into transforming HeidiSQL for PostgreSQL as it is now for MySQL? Is there some kind of feature matrix to compare the feature set supported for MySQL and PostgreSQL or a roadmap of features to be implemented for PostgreSQL? I would just love to use HeidiSQL for PostgreSQL as I do now for the MariaDB servers.