|[ANN] FoxTrot Search products 5.1b1 available for testing [message #266]
||Thu, 05 March 2015 12:25
Registered: September 2009
attn: FoxTrot discuss list and Google groups|
CTM Development is pleased to announce version 5.1b1 of its FoxTrot Search products.
Kindly report back to us via the foxtrot-discuss group.
jean michel/ctm qa
Release notes - FoxTrot Search products version 5.1b2
Note: FoxTrot 5 is a paid upgrade for users of version 4 and earlier
Search string word completion improvements (since 5.1b1)
? Added a preference to control autocompletion.
? Fixed a problem when "search as you type" is enabled.
? Update the suggested words when pressing the delete key.
? Added the ability to disable some file types for content indexing, when indexing predefined locations, such as Documents or Downloads.
? When displaying found words in some PDF documents, the document could be scrolled horizontally excessively.
? Fixed a case where FoxTrot could fail to update the index, after FoxTrot's preferences have been erased.
? Fixed a bug in FoxTrot's system menu on OS X 10.8.
[FoxTrot Pro] Search enhancements
? Added an "all criteria / any criterion (AND / OR)" popup menu when combining multiple criteria.
Release notes - FoxTrot Professional Search version 5.1b1
New features - Search improvements
? Search string word completion: when typing words in the search field, partial words are autocompleted. Suggestions are based on the content of your index.
? Added the ability to search in the file contents only, ignoring the filenames and other metadata.
? Added "log file", "XML file" and "file archive" types in the "file types" category.
? By default, the content of log files and generic XML files is no longer indexed. This usually enhances the quality and the performance of the index, as these files contain many non relevant data. This can be toggled when adding a custom folder to the list of indexed locations.
? Outlook 2015 support
? Email messages stored or exported to the .mbox format with a 'TEXT' HFS file type are no longer indexed by contents (this would index a bunch of encoded data).
? Added a "view resource hogs" button in the index configuration window; this can help removing from your index huge files that contain few interesting text but many encoded, garbled or numerical data.
? Some files could be displayed using their "title" metadata attribute instead of the filename; some items (email messages...) could be displayed using their (cryptic) filename instead of the title.
? "Update folder in running indices" was updating all files by content, regardless of the index settings.
? When adding a file to the blacklist, or when disabling some file types in the "index contents of files" list, the previously indexed contents of those files was only removed from the index when rebuilding entirely.