NetNewsWire Search Scripts
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NetNewsWire Search Scripts is a set of four scripts allows NetNewsWire users to quickly search articles which have been downloaded by NetNewsWire. Search results will be saved in a HTML file which can be opened automatically in the user's default browser after the search or manually at a more convenient time. In addition to the immediate benefit of viewing the search results, the scripts also allow users to easily archive material and to transfer the HTML documents to other devices (PDA) or to computers that do not have access to NetNewsWire.
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PPC, NetNewWire 1.0 or later







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Downloads:2,643
Version Downloads:1,572
Type:Utilities : AppleScript
License:Free
Date:05 Aug 2003
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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NetNewsWire Search Scripts is a set of four scripts allows NetNewsWire users to quickly search articles which have been downloaded by NetNewsWire. Search results will be saved in a HTML file which can be opened automatically in the user's default browser after the search or manually at a more convenient time. In addition to the immediate benefit of viewing the search results, the scripts also allow users to easily archive material and to transfer the HTML documents to other devices (PDA) or to computers that do not have access to NetNewsWire.


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