I'm new to Auspex and haven't read through all the threads, so apologies if these have been mentioned before.
1) Auspex can currently be set with the shorthand case sensitive or not. If it's set to not, then if you define
atm = at the moment
all of atm, ATM, AtM, aTm etc. should trigger "at the moment." Does it make sense to add a "smart capitalisation" feature such that short form "Atm" gives "At the moment," i.e., sentence case with initial letter capitalised for starting a sentence, while all other short forms deliver all lower case?
2) Security: I understand you can define programs for Auspex to ignore by their executables. Does it make sense to add Window Title, Window Handle and Window Class to that? I admit I don't understand the last two, but what I'm looking for is a better way of deciding between windows. This is because I use MemPad freeware two-pane organiser by Horst Schaeffer, http://home.mnet-onl...de/horst.muc/win.htm
and some of the files are encrypted. When I want to open them, MemPad pops up a new window to ask for the password. This window has different details from the main program. I would want to stop Auspex popping up suggestions over the *password window*, but use it normally in the note panes once the file is open. If I have to ban MemPad.exe, I can't use Auspex at all in MemPad. Same with KeePass, though not so likely to need Auspex inside KeePass.
3) May be a bug; I'm composing this post in NoteTab Pro and wanted to use Esc. It doesn't work with Auspex loaded, and I think I've seen a few other glitches too, including what looks like odd keys being sent and failures of the short forms to trigger.