I took a look at the forum. I see what you mean. You've been busy!
I felt like the only
beta tester. Almost nobody else is posting in the forum.
I really like NoteFrog's live search, but still have reservations about it as a truly heavy-duty professional tool. Things like the way its "sub-windows" behave as if they belong to separate applications, and numerous niggles about keyboard shortcuts, leave me slightly uneasy. Using the Bible as a test file meant I ran headlong into a formerly unexpected limit and that further undermined my confidence. I must add that though an "electronic bible index" might be a nice thing to have, in practice, if I look back at the current awareness bulletins I used to make for work as a "real world" example, they probably totalled (in about 23 years) the equivalent of some 2000 - 3000 separate "notes." So, realistically, NF could easily have coped. Also, it's still quite a young project, and Berry has been responsive and quick about most of the points raised. It will be nice to see HTML clips, but he hadn't time to get them right before the current release.
I have posted a request to have them provide an RSS feed for that forum. Would make life much simpler.
I hardly ever use RSS! I have the NoteFrog forum set as a hotsite in WebSite-Watcher, so I see which sections have new postings.