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> When I want to e.g. browse the methods for a given Cocoa class, I often highlight the relevant class name in my source code, right-click and choose "Find Text in Documentation". But most of the time, the first shown page is a Legacy Document. So I have to click other found entries until I find the Cocoa documentation stuff I want to see. > The problem is much more general and pervasive than that. I've complained several times about this. Just to take an example at random, at this moment if I type NSString into the Search field, the first result is CFStringConvertEncodingToNSStringEncoding. Now, it's true that my search is set to Contains and that this result is first alphabetically, but in my view the search engine should be smarter about this - if I type the name of a class, I probably want to see the documentation for that class, so the documentation for that class should be first, or at least should be the one whose contents are displayed by default. As usual my recommendation is to use AppKiDo instead, which behaves more correctly in this regard and many others. m. -- matt neuburg, phd = email@hidden, http://www.apeth.net/matt/ pantes anthropoi tou eidenai oregontai phusei Among the 2007 MacTech Top 25, http://tinyurl.com/2rh4pf Programming iOS 4! http://www.apeth.net/matt/default.html#iosbook RubyFrontier! http://www.apeth.com/RubyFrontierDocs/default.html TidBITS, Mac news and reviews since 1990, http://www.tidbits.com _______________________________________________ Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored. Xcode-users mailing list (email@hidden) Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: This email sent to email@hidden
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