With icon tinting enabled, and various documents visible with a certain label selected – if that label is changed in Label & Status Setup…, the colour change is not made in the Binder until you click on one of the relevant Binder items. Collapsing and un-collapsing any portion of the Binder will change all of them at once. So, there is something available to update them all, it just needs to be done when that sheet is closed.
Addendum: In Outliner, if the Type column is thin enough to compress the size of the icon, tinting does not show up. This is especially noticeable when working in deep hierarchies, where icon compression is a certainty. Once the column is expanded so that every level has full-sized icons, the colour shows up.
i’ve noticed the same when using outliner. odd thing is, this only happens on my powerbook G4 (w/ATI 9700 Mobility Radeon) and not my powermac G5 (w/ATI 9650 Radeon) ~ theoretically the same GPU…
I’ve fixed the first bug (whereby the binder doesn’t immediately get updated) for 1.02. The other one is a little strange. Scrivener is giving the outliner the coloured icons, so I have no idea why they lose their colour when scaled down. Very odd.
for the time being, simply trashing the plist file solves the problem of the icons losing their color.
keith, do you think it would be possible to post 1.02 BEFORE you complete the Leopard version? Seems to me there might be enough bug fixes to justify releasing before OS X 10.5 gets here (whenever that is).
Sorry if I wasn’t clear about this - 1.02 will be out before Leopard comes out (unless Leopard comes out suddenly). 1.02 should be out in about two weeks’ time, regardless of when Leopard comes out. 1.02 merely adds Leopard compatibility. In fact, it is important that 1.02 comes out before Leopard, so that users who upgrade to Leopard (when it does come out) find that Scrivener works fine. In other words, 1.02 will work fine on both Tiger and Leopard, wherease 1.01 works fine on Tiger but has issues on Leopard. So, um, yes - 1.02 should be out well before Leopard.