I’m building what is essentially a “fortune” type app (actually several), that randomly presents snippets of text from a list (along with related activities).
I’ve spent the last day going in circles trying to figure out how to do this more efficiently than manually dragging and dropping 83 separate list item blocks, then manually copying and pasting the desired text strings into the Builder interface. All of which would take me much longer than the 15 minutes or so to format the proper XML with “vi” or Perl (or less).
It appears that (at least on a Mac, using Keka as the archiver/de-archiver), even just decompressing and recompressing the .aia file prevents it from being re-imported, let alone manually manipulating the .bky XML.
Any suggestions about how to get the data into my app in a reasonable fashion?