data file saved to external drive

2007-12-24 Thread C Michael Jones
I use multiple computers and have found the best solution to having  
all my data available is to carry a portable external drive which  
contains all this data. Can the Yojimbo data file be stored on an  
external drive instead of the Library folder on the drive containing  
the operating system?


cmjones

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Handling webarchives

2007-12-24 Thread Laurent Cazalet

Hi all,

I  noticed something weird when storing webarchives. On web pages with  
external images (not stored on the same server), I see that what  
yojimbo renders is different depending on whether the network  
connection is up or not.


I did the following test
- save web archive from URL directly in yojimbo (actually with the  
camino bookmarklet)
- save URL with safari to a webarchive file, then import the file in  
yojimbo


When the network connection is down, the first archive does not  
display the image, while the second still does.


To check, I exported the webarchive created by yojimbo to a file, and  
found that
- the image is present in the web archive created by yojimbo (and can  
be extracted by webarchive-extractor).
- opening the file with Safari does still not render the image, while  
the one created by Safari does.


I found this archived message of the list, 
http://www.listsearch.com/Yojimbo/Message/index.lasso?3853
but, I seem to observe the opposite behavior

Does anybody have an idea?

Thanks
Laurent

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Intriguing behavior -- Slow PDF display

2007-12-24 Thread Tim Rodriguez


To provide context: I've had the schubert-it.com pdf browser 
plugin around so as not to have to use have the Acrobat reader 
installed, for as long as I've known about it..


It appears that this plugin causes some internal conflict in 
Yojimbo; characterized by extraordinarily slow PDF display. The 
simple solution was that I moved the _PDF Browser Plugin.plugin_ 
file out of my internet plugins folder, restarted Yojimbo, and 
all appropriate speed returned to normal.


This is not an issue for me; I'm really happy with the recent 
improvements to Leopard's integration of Preview. Rather, it's 
mostly a problem with legacy software that caused issues that 
should probably be noted as a potential problem.


-TR

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Syncing fixed!

2007-12-24 Thread Andrew Janjigian
My syncing woes are behind me for now, at last. I was able to get
syncing working again, thanks to an updated set of fixes from BB
support. It seems that the important step was to delete the Yojimbo
dataclass from CoreServices using terminal. (The method prompts a
dialogue box asking for your dotmac password, so it may actually
delete something on dotmac itself as well.) I'm not sure if this is a
new step because Leopard demands it or if my particular f'ed up sync
state required it, though I'd like to know. This kind of thing has
happened to my YJ setup at least 3 times before, and I'd prefer to be
able to fix the problem myself when it happens, rather than relying on
support to diagnose and prescribe.

If you are still having sync problems and are waiting on a response
from BB support, hold tight, I'm sure they are working on it.

Andrew

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Re: data file saved to external drive

2007-12-24 Thread TjL
On 12/24/07, C Michael Jones [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I use multiple computers and have found the best solution to having
 all my data available is to carry a portable external drive which
 contains all this data. Can the Yojimbo data file be stored on an
 external drive instead of the Library folder on the drive containing
 the operating system?

There's no way to tell Yojimbo where the files are.  You could
probably make a link from your portable drive mount to the original
location, but I have no idea how well it would work.

That would solve the syncing issues too.  Maybe in 2.0.

TjL

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