[ANN] Scripter's Scrapbook 5.27 Update

FlexibleLearning at aol.com FlexibleLearning at aol.com
Wed Dec 20 04:26:15 EST 2006

or www.ssBk.co.uk

Thanks to feedback, an incremental update has been uploaded and is  now 
available that includes an internal navigation Find palette, a more  
GUI-sympathetic Search filter as well as some welcome minor adjustments to  behavior. 

Released 19-DEC-2006
- Feature: A new 'Find...'  palette is available at any time to locate 
instances of text. Access is  available using the Ctrl/Cmd.F shortcut, the Tools 
menu or from the 'Advanced  Select' palette. A black border is displayed around 
the successful match.  Options include whether the text search should be 
constrained to the currently  displayed Entry as well as case sensitivity and whole 
or partial matching. This  complements the existing features to filter Entries 
and hilite text.
-  Interface: The search filter interface has been revised to better 
incorporate  the search engine icon menu.
- Adjustment: The first result of a text hilite  search is now displayed 
instead of the last result.
- Adjustment: html tags  are now all lower case.
- Adjustment: The error beep on Windows now defaults  to the currently 
selected SystemExclamation.
- Bugfix: The broken link to the  Revolution Archive in the Search popup has 
been fixed.

- Registered and Trial users should update through the  Help menu or in the 

- New users and those interested in  reviewing the changes since an earlier 
trial may obtain a free 30-day  starter-kit at www.FlexibleLearning.com/ssbk. 
You will be asked if you wish to  obtain the most recent version, and it will 
automatically download this update  for you

- Full size screen shots for both Mac OSX and Windows XP are at  
www.FlexibleLearning.com/ssbk/preview including useful mouse shortcuts  illustrations.

Finally, if you have a moment to support  the software's continued 
improvement we would very much appreciate your feedback  at 

Hugh  Senior
Home of the Scripter's Scrapbook 

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