|Ian||02/16/2005 06:59 am|
|When you enable Autosave an information box pops up saying that Autosave is enabled with Yes and No buttons. Slightly unclear why Yes/No as no question is being asked. OK/cancel buttons would be more appropriate.|
|Oleg Chernavin||02/18/2005 04:29 am|
|Thank you! We will fix it now.
|Alexander Shevchenko||02/26/2005 10:05 pm|
|Do you think it could be posible to autosave frames only? For example, it would be very useful for sites like www.questia.com|
|Oleg Chernavin||02/28/2005 04:27 am|
|I just looked at the site and found no frames on it.
|Alexander||02/28/2005 09:51 am|
|> I just looked at the site and found no frames on it.
Try reading and saving a book there. See, for example, a free book at http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=101652176
Inquiry can autosave these (whole) pages but it would be great if it could autosave only the main frame. I`m not sure I`m being reasonable, though. To save a particular frame you need to select it first, right?
|Oleg Chernavin||02/28/2005 10:00 am|
|I would suggest you to right-click the frame and select "Save frame with MetaProducts Inquiry".
|Alexander||02/28/2005 08:03 pm|
|> I would suggest you to right-click the frame and select "Save frame with MetaProducts Inquiry".
Yes. but it wouldn`t be "autosave", would it? When you have to save thousands of pages, it makes a difference. Just thought if it is possible to make the program remember the "default" frame somehow...
|Oleg Chernavin||03/01/2005 11:21 am|
|Yes, it is not autosave, but I have no idea right now on how to mark a frame and what if you move to another site with other frames or no frames at all, etc.