Thanks for all your feedback on RapidWeaver 7 to date. In case you’ve not yet opted into receive beta updates, here’s the latest build:
- Portable documents (currently cannot be unpacked, but working on it)
- Fixes a number of crashes
- Line numbers in code views.
Give it a spin, let us know how you get on, and if you’ve got something in the pipeline specifically for RapidWeaver 7 let Dan and I know!
Firing up RW 7 now for an update!
So, I just wanted to get the suffix straight. First it was .rapidweaverproject, then I saw .rapidweaver in the change notes & now it’s .rw ? Is that the rw7 project suffix, or is it still undergoing review?
What does “portable documents” mean? What’s changed?
I have a question about the files inside the resources folder when we have a portable document.
(I was not able to try by myself yet).
When there is a text file inside resources area, I was able to change the content of the resources file in finder -> text editor, and RW recognizes the change.
How will be the behavior in RW7 in a portable document? Am I able to change the text file content?
@nikf Is there a special way how to enable portable documents? Or are all documents now portable ?
@instacks You need to enable that per project on the Settings -> Make Document Portable.
Nice. You are able to edit the text files inside a portable document via Quick Lock -> Open in (you favourite editor)
@nikf Problem: you are able to create a resource file with the same name underneath the same folder.
That’s likely to be the final suffix.
Could I get a more robust report? Not sure I follow this one.
Just add twice a file with the same filename in the same folder. When publishing, the second one will win.
Just prevent having the same file(name) in one resources folder.