Re: Yojimbo and PDF files (wish list).

2007-04-08 Thread Patrick Woolsey
[EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

2-For storing a catalogue of PDFs, for example all my design/print
output PDFs. These are larger files and there are a whole lot more of
them. For the minute, I'm not using YJ for this. I would like to but I
don't think BareBones designed the software for this type of function.
[...]

That's correct. :-)

If you need to handle large quantities of large PDFs, you'll want a media
catalog/file manager as this is quite a different sort of task from those
Yojimbo tackles.



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 Patrick Woolsey  /  Director of Technical Services
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P.O. Box 1048, Bedford, MA 01730-1048

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Re: Feature Request: Nested Tag Collections

2007-04-08 Thread Patrick Woolsey

http://www.listsearch.com/Yojimbo/Message/index.lasso?811


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Re: Feature Request: or-condition in Tag collections

2007-04-08 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Niels Kobschätzki [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

Right now tag-collections only have an and-condition (matches all
of these tags), I'd like to see an or-condition (can match any of
these tags).


As we've mentioned before :-), we will be adding support for user-definable
smart collections in a future version, and those will allow such criteria.

Tag collections in their current form won't change, so that we can add
support for tagging items via drag  drop in future.


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Re: Feature Request: Drag-n-Drop images

2007-04-08 Thread infrahile
Not sure if this has been covered in past discussions, but I'd love  
to cast a vote for the ability to drag images from a Web browser  
directly into either the drop-dock or the Yojimbo application  
without having to create a note to contain it.




I agree, this would be very useful…


As a designer I'm constantly collecting ideas/inspiration in the  
form of images from the web. It's nice to have these stored off- 
line instead of a URL because I can arrange and sort things  
visually if need be. Currently I just have a big directory of  
files, but I'd love to have them in jimbo.


…but not for this.  I'm also a designer and keep a similar reference,  
however I like a visual catalogue of all the images - Yojimbo is just  
going to give me a text list of files when what I need is a thumbnail  
graphic type arrangement for quick visual scanning. I'd recommend  
iView media pro for this task (although this has been bought by M$  
now and given their track record with perfectly good mac software…  
well, we'll see… http://www.iview-multimedia.com/ )


iView is great for this sort of visual catalogue and it's keywords  
feature can be used effectively as tags for your images. You can also  
set up an iView catalogue to auto-update from one or many folders, so  
whenever you open it it'll always be up to date with your latest  
additions. I use it in conjunction with Hazel ( http:// 
www.noodlesoft.com/hazel.html ) for an automated scrapbook building  
tool - a folder on my desktop acts as a general inbox, any image  
files dumped in there is moved by Hazel to a scrapbook inbox (movies  
go to another, PDF's another, etc.) and the next time I open my iView  
scrapbook catalogue for inspiration I know that it'll scan my  
pictures inbox and bring it bang up to date for me, I can then add  
keywords (or use nested folders… ;o) to organise. Works a treat - i  
guess iPhoto might do the same although i don't use it.


That said, for those images that are useful to keep in a Yojimbo  
note, a drag  drop note-from-image feature would be a very handy  
timesaver (although, if you drag 'n drop multiple images does this  
make a bunch of individual notes, or a single one with all the images… 
hmmm)



T.
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Re: Script to pipe multiple Mail messages to Yojimbo with date, names,tags

2007-04-08 Thread J. Stewart

On 4/8/07 at 4:50 PM, Sherman Wilcox [EMAIL PROTECTED] spake thusly:

Ah, yes, iKey. I also use QuicKeys, which can run a script, but 
it's a more expensive solution than all of these others. I'd 
bet there's some fancy way to do this with Quicksilver too (but 
who can figure it out?).


FYI, as of the current version, TypeIt4Me is also able to run a 
script as the action of an abb expansion.



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