Hi, Markus: I’ll have to check on the issue of comments after a rebuild.
But the behavior of creating a new rich text document didn’t change. If you create it with the contents of the clipboard (Command-N) the new document name will be the first paragraph of text in the clipboard (if there’s any content).
If you create a new rich text document by selecting Data > New > Rich text the new document will be named “New Rich Text…”.
I can second this (as I just discovered). My details:
I have some smart groups that use comments to search for their contents. These groups are four levels off the root. I also have some groups that are two levels deep, and they’re missing their comments too.
But oddly, it looks like all of my documents have their comments
Haha… and now this is really annoying. I hacked in a little extra applescript condition so that smart groups wouldn’t include each other: documents that are includable have “document” somewhere in their comments. Well, since all of the comments for the groups are blank, that means that every smart group suddenly contains every document that has at least “document” in its contents. Wow, that’s really messed up. I must fix this.