Mac OSX, Spotlight, and Rev

Jim Ault JimAultWins at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 10 17:41:32 EST 2006


Hmmm, I don't get any results for my Rev stacks, either script, fld, or
custom property.  Maybe there is a preference or setting required.

It would be nice to be able to have the spotlight search.  Spotlight does
work in NoteTaker (.ntx) outlining formats and Excel workbooks.  Does anyone
have this working?

I have a plugin that loads a button into altPlugins toolbar where one click
saves the top stack, and saves the stack script container to a text file in
a folder called 'scriptsRev'.  I append the seconds to the front of the file
name so the versions are in chrono.

Also, I build a function that writes the scripts of my apps when they start,
so I get copies of the scripts, even when I stop, tweak, and restart.

Jim Ault
Las Vegas




On 3/10/06 2:23 PM, "Sarah Reichelt" <sarah.reichelt at gmail.com> wrote:

>>> Revolution 2.6 has a spotlight importer that will index our scripts
>>> but I really don't know if it is present on 2.7
>> 
>> Hmm. So, if we wanted to make our own content indexable, this doesn't
>> have much to do with that, huh? I was hoping there was some way to
>> support indexing data stacks and the like.
> 
> Rev stacks since 2.6.1 (I think) have been indexed by Spotlight, but I
> think it only indexes the scripts and not the fields. It may index
> custom properties, so if your data is stored there, you can test that.
> 
> Cheers,
> Sarah
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