Monday, January 16, 2006 10:20 PM
Check out the new Search option we have added to our website. It allows you to simultaneously search our website plus the Inmagic website, Inmagic Knowledgebase, Inmagic Forums and Inmagic documentation. See The making of andornot.com/search in our Developer's Blog.
Search results have been designed in Google style with the search term shown in context. There is also a link to the cached version with the hits highlighted which is great for finding terms quickly in lengthy documentation PDF's. The dtSearch search syntax is also more similar to Google in that phrases should be entered in quotes and a + or - sign can be used to require or exclude certain words.
In the coming weeks we'll be adding some more advanced search features. Enjoy!
Monday, January 16, 2006 9:50 PM
Inmagic have now sent out email notifications with the version 9 download information to all clients with a current maintenance subscription.
If you have not received yours, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
and include your serial numbers. Please copy us
if your contact email has changed.
Please see Inmagic Knowledgebase
article # 2810 if you receive any errors when installing from a mapped drive.
Monday, January 16, 2006 10:48 AM
The www.andornot.com website has a new search feature: http://www.andornot.com/search. Check it out! There are some very useful indexes there, and I found myself using them even before I'd finished this project! The Andornot site is there, of course, but also the Inmagic site, Inmagic technical documentation, the Inmagic knowledgebase, Inmagic user forums, and Andornot's Furl link archive (our public bookmark repository for bookmarks we use all the time). We'll add more indexes if and when we think of them. It's just so good to have all that information searchable in one place. I used the dtSearch .NET API to construct a DtSearchHandler class that we can re-use elsewhere. Ted is going to use it for an upcoming project and I'm sure he can improve upon what I did. The whole experience was just a pleasure: I'm always impressed with dtSearch whenever I work with it, and creating this search feature really didn't take long. Next up is some advanced search features, and a way to move through highlighted hits in the cached version of the search result. Whee!
Sunday, January 15, 2006 5:28 PM
Phillip Green, CEO of Inmagic, will discuss the "Future of Inmagic Products" in Toronto on Jan 18th. As the Inmagic product line expands, Inmagic has received a number of questions from clients concerning the future of TextWorks and WebPublisher. In addition, customers have indicated an interest in learning more about our newer products, Inmagic Genie and Presto. "We are finding that user meetings are a good forum for Inmagic to discuss its products and provide an opportunity for users to directly ask questions about our plans," stated Phillip Green. "We hope the Toronto user meeting will be a lively event, that will get 2006 off to a great start."
The user meeting will be held at Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP in downtown Toronto from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon. (Osler is located at 100 King Street West, 1 First Canadian Place, Suite 6100. The event will be held in Conference Rooms 5 and 6 on the 63rd floor.). Space is limited to 50 people so sign-up early. To register contact Maria Phipps at 519-836-9328 (email@example.com).
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you are unable to attend and would like further information on the latest Inmagic products and prices.