Re: Yojimbo workflow for access password protected websites.

2007-05-16 Thread Wolfgang Kunckel

Hello Steve!

Sorry for my not-knowing:

How do you set that up in Launchbar? I just downloaded it and like to  
get it working...


Wolfgang


Am 15.05.2007 um 16:20 schrieb Steve Kalkwarf:


Here the workflow I'd prefer to have:

1. command-space to invoke quicksilver
2. Type PayPal (it would soon learn I'm looking for my Yojimbo  
record), and hit return.

3. Type in my application password
4. I then find myself in safari at the paypal website with my  
password on the clipboard.


Anyone know how this could be setup? (or whether it's even  
possible?) Thanks!


I don't use Quicksilver, but this script works in LaunchBar. I'm  
sure it can be modified for QS.


on handle_string(theString)
tell application Yojimbo
set sel to every password item whose location contains  
theString

set targetItem to first item of sel
set itemURL to location of targetItem
set the clipboard to password of targetItem

tell application Safari
open location itemURL
end tell
end tell
end handle_string

Footnotes:

You need to go to the Yojimbo Security preferences, and allow  
AppleScript access to password items.


If you use Safari, make sure the location field of all your records  
starts with http:// or https://. Camino allows slack urls.


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mit freundlichen Grüßen


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Re: Yojimbo workflow for access password protected websites.

2007-05-16 Thread Wolfgang Kunckel

Ok. Reading the manual helps a lot, ...


Works great.

Thanks

Wolfgang


Am 16.05.2007 um 10:09 schrieb Wolfgang Kunckel:


Hello Steve!

Sorry for my not-knowing:

How do you set that up in Launchbar? I just downloaded it and like  
to get it working...


Wolfgang


mit freundlichen Grüßen


Wolfgang Kunckel


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Question about .MAC sync

2007-05-16 Thread Frank Mantek
I have a screwed up Yojimbo State. One machine crashed, and left bad  
state on .MAC for Yojimbo. So i went to a good machine, reset the  
Yojimbo state on .MAC using that machine. Go to the other machine and  
say: replace from .MAC. Works.


So everything is back in order, but everytime i sync on the 2nd  
machine, i get now: your Yojimbo items on .MAC have been reset, do  
you want to replace/merge them.. Sometimes i also get a  
inconsistency detected.


I am kind of clueless on how to consistently fix my .MAC state so  
that the laptop (2nd machine) will now no longer complain...


I tried:

several times the replace from A to .MAC, replace from .MAC to B.
Syncrospector. Unregister the client on B.

Anything else? I searched the Barebones site about this, but was  
unable to find anything.


Frank

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Re: Question about .MAC sync

2007-05-16 Thread Niels Kobschätzki

On May 16, 2007, at 4:37 PM, Frank Mantek wrote:


Been there. Done that. No help.

Consistently now, every hour, my laptop syncs, get's items on .MAC  
were replaced, i choose replace/merge (does not matter, really),  
and later on i get inconsistencies detected. The items though are  
all on the laptop, i just don't really care like touching data  
right now:)


The way I get it usually to work (already 2 or 3 times):
1. Switch off Yojimbo-sync at all machines
2. If you have it available: Use Syncrospector to unregister Yojimbo  
from Sync Services (do that on all machines) - Syncrospector is a  
free download for all ADC-members (even for the ones with the free  
membership)

3. Copy the good database to the other machines.
4. Switch on sync on the good machine
5. In the advanced preferences of the .mac-pref-pane reset the data  
(replace data on .mac)

6. wait some time (BB says 30 minutes)
7. Get your machine on a stable internet connection (no wireless -  
use an ethernet cable)

8. take your other machines back to sync
9. Open ~/Library/Logs/Sync/dotmacsync.log
10. when you are asked if you wanna replace/merge - say replace and  
have a look at the changes in the look. When the sync doesn't get  
through complete, sync again.


That usually works but sometime (like in my case the last time it  
needed 1 day until the changes showed up and since then it works  
perfect again and changes show up immediately)


Niels

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Re: Yojimbo workflow for access password protected websites.

2007-05-16 Thread bill shamam


Why not use the MacOS Keychain for this?   That's what it's designed  
for.


On May 15, 2007, at 6:30 AM, Matt Henderson wrote:

Probably one of the most frequent uses of Yojimbo for me, is  
accessing passwords to websites/forums I visit. For most sites  
these days, I use the same user name, and then generate a unique  
random password that I store in Yojimbo.


When I access sites, here's the present workflow:

1. F6, switch into yojimbo
2. Type PayPal (for instance)
3. Click to select the right record.
4. Click Copy
5. Type in my application password.
6. Control click URL to open.

Here the workflow I'd prefer to have:

1. command-space to invoke quicksilver
2. Type PayPal (it would soon learn I'm looking for my Yojimbo  
record), and hit return.

3. Type in my application password
4. I then find myself in safari at the paypal website with my  
password on the clipboard.


Anyone know how this could be setup? (or whether it's even  
possible?) Thanks!


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Re: Group in Spotlight?

2007-05-16 Thread Jason Carman
I've tried the below and it lists only a fraction of the total Yj  
items. Is there another class for which to search? I've tried BSP to  
add categories, but it freezes System Preferences.



On May 15, 2007, at 10:25 AM, Kenneth Kirksey wrote:



On May 15, 2007, at 7:33 AM, Jacob Lyles wrote:

Is there a way to show Yojimbo items as a separate group in  
Spotlight?


I.e. Spotlight separates PDFs, images, e-mails, etc. Can Yojimbo  
items be

broken out into their own list?


Not that I'm aware of, but you can limit your spotlight searches to  
Yojimbo items only by appending kind:yojimbo item to your search  
terms.




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Adding list of items to a collection with AppleScript

2007-05-16 Thread Jim DeVona

How can I add a list of items to a collection with AppleScript? I can
add one item at a time, but for large sets of items this is a pokey
(although watching the item count next to the collection icon climb is
kind of interesting). The scripting dictionary implies that you can
add more than one object at once, but I can't seem to figure out the
syntax.

Here's an example. An arbitrary number of new items are created and
appended to a list; then, a new collection is created and I attempt to
add the list of items to the collection. I'm warned that the bookmarks
list can't be converted into type reference.

tell application Yojimbo

set _bookmarks to {}
set end of _bookmarks to make new bookmark item with properties 
{name:Foo}
set end of _bookmarks to make new bookmark item with properties 
{name:Bar}

set _collection to make new folder collection with properties 
{name:Test}
add _bookmarks to _collection

end tell

Any corrections or suggestions?

Jim

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