I'm glad you like the script!
There's no need to mess with the xml files (unless you like messing with xml).
The script will save any preferences that you set -- provided it's one of the preferences that it deals with.
There's a distinction between preferences and presets in the DOM. The latter is much more difficult to preserve, and the Preference Manager script does not save presets (including the ones for styles and text defaults).
Tackling presets has been on my "to do" list since I created the script, but never quite got down low enough on the list to actually get to it...
Application and document Frame Fitting Options are actually probably a preference, but Preference Manager doesn't currently handle that. I don't remember why. Possibly it was an oversight. I'll try to look at it when I have some time...
Here' my list of what to look at adding:
- saved search and replaces
- Contents of fonts folder?
- Keyboard shortcuts
- Print presets
- Custom dictionary?
Either way, if you come across preferences which are not preserved, please let me know!
Ok, I get it! It's even better now. Although I had fun playing with the xml.
Thanks for considering getting document Frame Fitting Options in there if you can. And, eventually when you get the others...wow that would be great.