Re: Lost F6 for activating Yojimbo on Leopard

2007-11-07 Thread Ken G. Brown
Thank you Sir! Worked.
I was on Canadian keyboard layout.
   Ken G. Brown

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From: Jim Correia [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: Lost F6 for activating Yojimbo on Leopard
Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2007 17:56:46 -0500

On Nov 4, 2007, at 8:16 PM, Ken G. Brown wrote:

When running Yojimbo on Leopard, I've lost the ability to hit F6 to activate 
Yojimbo.
When I try to set Hot Keys in Yojimbo Preferences, I get the following in the 
Console, and I cannot close the Preferences, but I can Quit.

Yojimbo[1553] *** -[NSCFString appendString:]: nil argument

I am unable to restore the F6 Yojimbo activation.

Any work around?

There is a bug in the Hot Keys preference pane which is exposed by certain 
keyboard layouts when running on Leopard. We'll address this for the next 
release.

In the meantime, you can workaround it with the following steps:

Select the US keyboard layout.
Open the preferences window; adjust your hot keys.
Select any other pane in the preferences window.
Restore your usual keyboard layout.

Jim


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Re: Code Coloring Indenting in YJ

2007-11-07 Thread Patrick Gilmour

I guess that's no then!

Any suggestions on what to use as an alternative searchable place to  
store HTML/CSS/Javascript/PHP code?


Thanks,

Pat


On Nov 3, 2007, at 20:59 PM, Patrick Gilmour wrote:

I've started using Yojimbo to store my longer code snippets and I  
find the tagging and powerful search really useful in quickly  
locating the code I'm looking for.


What I would love to see (hint!) are some BBEdit (even  
TextWrangler's got them) style features. Not a lot, just the option  
to color and indent my code without it actually being colored in  
RTF. I'd also like to send the selection to BBEdit's cursor point  
in the current window. This latter I could likely do with  
AppleScript, but not the former.


Is anyone with me on this one or do other users have a better  
solution they'd like to share? (I do use Clippings too).


Regards,

Pat



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Re: Code Coloring Indenting in YJ

2007-11-07 Thread Steve Kalkwarf

I guess that's no then!

Any suggestions on what to use as an alternative searchable 
place to store HTML/CSS/Javascript/PHP code?


There isn't much likelihood of us adding syntax coloring to 
Yojimbo: it's too specific of a problem.


If you really want to stick with Yojimbo for storage, there are 
a couple choices which come to mind:


print the page to Yojimbo from your preferred editor/viewer;
use Xcode, and copy the colored text. If you have the 
appropriate setting in Font  Colors, you should get styled text 
in your pastes, and the Quick Input window.


Otherwise, I saw a code collector app somewhere which has an 
incredibly similar interface to Yojimbo.


Personally, I keep all my stuff in a folder, and use BBEdit's 
search and disk browser to access it.



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