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Maria wrote:- Importing a larger File and dividing automatically wherever a header is, (Cmd-K if done manually)
- Export draft with automatically setting the folders and documents to export to those actually open in Edit Scrivenings.
- backing up with comment dialog in order to add meta data to the archive
Sun Jun 03, 2007 1:52 am Post
Maybe I should clarify a little: I'm not asking for suggestions about what should be added via AppleScript - that is up to users who use AppleScript and want to share their scripts at a later date. Rather, I'm asking those already familiar with AppleScript to state what they would like to see exposed to AppleScript via Scrivener.
Sun Jun 03, 2007 2:09 am Post
Maria, your suggestions are more along the lines of implementation than syntax and access: Here are some possible methods and their requirements.
AmberV wrote:- backing up with comment dialog in order to add meta data to the archive
I'm not sure what you mean with this one. Do you mean the ability to create named snapshots? That is actually an interesting idea. You could create 'machine friendly' titles that saved the meta-data. It is prone to failure though, unless you are pretty careful about keeping labels/status around even after nothing current is using them. What is the length limitation on snapshot titles? Making snapshots in general is probably not a bad idea, actually. It would make running a script much safer if you knew it would back up the current text before slicing and dicing.
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