Once authorized, eBay gives Nuggets a token to store in Keychain, so that you aren’t asked to authorize Nuggets again, as long as the token remains valid. Nuggets can be de-authorized via the menu item in the Nuggets menu.
The web pages for authentication are served by eBay. For example, you may be asked to authenticate when authorizing Nuggets or when bidding on an eBay auction. Nuggets never looks at your eBay credentials or uses them in any way.
Your country, as specified in Nuggets Location preferences, is sent to eBay in order to get appropriate content for your region. Your shipping postal code, if specified, is sent to eBay only when searching in order to calculate shipping prices. For your postal code to be effective, it must be valid for your country specified in Language & Region System Preferences. As a convenience, if you have not specified a shipping postal code, when you authorize Nuggets it automatically requests your postal code from eBay. Nuggets does not use or share your location information in any other way.
A keyword to ignore can be added manually by opening the Preferences window, selecting the “Saved Searches” tab (if not already selected), selecting the Saved Search to modify and adding the keyword in the “Excluded words” text field. Alternatively, when viewing an eBay auction web page within Nuggets, highlight a keyword in the web view, open a contextual menu and choose the “Exclude...” menu item.
Saved Searches Preferences support multiple selection. When multiple Saved Searches are selected on the left of the Preferences window, editing performed on the right of the window is applied to all selected Saved Searches.
Auction lists support multiple selection, and commands to Watch, Ignore, etc. act on the multiple selection. For example, to move all auctions from the Unscreened auctions list to the Ignored auctions list, move focus to the Unscreened auctions list, choose the Select All command and choose the Ignore command.
The Ignored Sellers list contains usernames of sellers to ignore. When searching, any items sold by ignored sellers are automatically added to the Ignored auctions list rather than the Unscreened auctions list. A seller can be added manually by selecting “Ignored Sellers” in the main window sidebar, clicking the ‘+’ button at the bottom and typing the seller’s username. Alternatively, when viewing an eBay auction web page within Nuggets, open a contextual menu for the seller name and choose the “Ignore Seller...” menu item.
Click on the image in the list, or with a list item selected press the Space key.
In the Auction menu, press the Control key while choosing the Watch menu item. This will open a window where auction IDs can be entered.
You can delete the auction from the Unscreened or Watched auctions list, but it’s best to Ignore it, so that it doesn’t reappear if the search is repeated.
Updating gets a new snapshot of auction information from eBay. Additionally, updating gets certain minor details (e.g., a more specific location) from eBay. Note that updates to auctions only in your eBay Watch List don’t persist.
Firstly, Nuggets must be authorized with eBay to allow it access to your eBay Watch List. Then Nuggets automatically loads your eBay Watch List. If you edit your eBay Watch List in another app, Nuggets automatically updates its views. Additionally, there’s a Refresh eBay Watch List command in the Nuggets menu to manually refresh your eBay Watch List.
Hold the Shift key while Watching or Ignoring the auctions.
This is useful if you want to search for items that aren't for sale in your country. For example, you might have a friend in another country who is willing to buy items for you.
Generally, yes. It allows the document to be shared with your other devices. It also backs up your document.
In iCloud System Preferences make sure your iCloud account is signed in, Documents & Data is enabled, and Nuggets is included in the Documents & Data list of apps. If you wish to move a locally stored Nuggets document to iCloud, you can use Nuggets’ Move to iCloud… command in the File menu.
One must opt in to window state restoration by unchecking “Close windows when quitting an app” in General System Preferences.
System date and time formats are honored, so all aspects of date and time display may be customized. To edit these formats, open System Preferences, select Language & Region, click Advanced… and select the Dates or Times tab. Nuggets uses the Medium date format and the Short time format.