Re: Application reviews by Melodie Neal

2007-04-04 Thread Curtis Almond
My .02... I read the blog and immediately went into download and try a bunch of the apps he reviewed. I then started making my own checklist in my mind on why I would want to purchase app x with app y. I think it would be great to know of what is coming out in Yojimbo at some point in

Re: Application reviews by Melodie Neal

2007-04-04 Thread Michael Tsai
On Apr 4, 2007, at 4:04 AM, Alan Schmitt wrote: As far as I know, the database is used to store tags, labels, and the relation between files and notes (if they have one), as well as the index for fast searches. (Each note contains a link to the record it is attached to.) The documents

[admin] Re: Application reviews by Melodie Neal

2007-04-04 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Before this already-skeletal equine is reduced to dust :-), may I recommend referring to the extensive discussions about nested folders in the list archives, perusal of which also won't fill up everyone else's mailbox... :-). Regards, Patrick Woolsey / Director of Technical Services == Bare

Re: Application reviews by Melodie Neal

2007-04-04 Thread Lee Hinde
On 4/4/07, Mehboob Alam [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm not entirely sure what the fuss about nested folders is. Going back to the original Macintosh Finder and the 400K diskettes, the filesystem was flat, and then the nested structure was introduced as an virtual structure. But the filestorage

Re: Application reviews by Melodie Neal

2007-04-04 Thread Marlyse Comte
Yes, I did the same, read all the entries of the blog, agree with some of the points, others not and checked out the apps mentioned which I didn't already either know or own. And I do know what my favorite all- rounder would be, a mix of : Yojimbo (passwords serials / selective encryption /

Re: Application reviews by Melodie Neal

2007-04-04 Thread Michael Eckblad
I understand that the conversation has since reverted to nested folders, but… The blogger made a mistake; It appears Eagle Filer uses a combination of flat file structure AND Core Data (SQLite db) for its database, instead of Yojimbo's exclusive use of Core Data. Flat file system? What