Applescripting Yojimbo: Empty items?

2007-12-12 Thread Jacob Lyles
Any ideas how to implement in Applescript a check for empty Web Archive
items? (i.e. Failed downloads)

Thanks,

Jacob



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Re: Curiosity

2007-12-12 Thread Jacob Lyles
On 12/11/07 9:12 PM, infrahile [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Here's a weird little curiosity - I opened an Adobe Illustrator
 document just now (by double-clicking on it's icon in the Finder),
 for the first time since installing the recent 1.5 update, and rather
 than opening Illustrator my Mac decided that Yojimbo was a better
 choice and created a new Image entry with the file name as the title,
 although it seemed unable to read the file contents. Easily fixed
 with the Finder's 'Get Info', but odd none the less. I've not
 experienced this with any other file types, any idea what the cause
 might beŠ?

Recent Illustrator Documents are either pure PDF or PDF/AI combinations.
Maybe Yojimbo 1.5 glommed onto PDF/AI file types on your machine.

Jacob



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Re: no. of files associated with each tag

2007-12-12 Thread McGonegal Robert


On 11-Dec-07, at 6:54 AM, Michael Young wrote:

Feature proposal: Could Yojimbo list the number of files associated  
with each tag in Yojimbo  Preferences  Tags? That way I coul see  
if I have dead tags (with no files associated).


Or is there already a way to ascertain that?


Isn't it faster to just not look for tags you're not using?

Robert McGonegal

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Drag .webloc - becomes web archive

2007-12-12 Thread pete boardman
When I drag a webloc file to the drop dock, it becomes a webarchive  
rather than a bookmark. Is there an option to change this to create  
bookmarks?




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Re: Drag .webloc - becomes web archive

2007-12-12 Thread pete boardman

On 11 Dec 2007, at 16:56, pete boardman wrote:

When I drag a webloc file to the drop dock, it becomes a webarchive  
rather than a bookmark. Is there an option to change this to create  
bookmarks?


Yes.

I now realise that .webloc files are URLs... :)

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Question re Palm/Treo sync

2007-12-12 Thread Mark Hessman
I'm thinking about buying Yojimbo largely due to the Palm (Treo) sync  
capability.  I had one quick question:


Missing Sync can be set up so that it only syncs selected Yojimbo  
collections, from what I've heard.  My question is: can this be a tag  
collection, so that Palm syncing is determined by the presence of a  
tag I put on the item -- and so that the item can live in the  
collection it belongs in from a topic point of view?


i.e. say I have Home and Work collections, and certain items  
within each of them are tagged with Palm.  Can I create a Palm  
tag collection and have it be what syncs to the Treo?



One other question: often I select what I want and bring up the Quick  
Input window without remembering to hit Copy.  The last thing in my  
clipboard shows up.  I hit escape, hit Copy to put the intended new  
item onto the clipboard, bring up the QUick Input panel again... and  
I get the same old clipboard item shown (Your previous information  
has been preserved) plus the AutoFill button if I want to update the  
Quick Input window with what I've just copied.  This is a real  
inconvenience, especially because the window is all the way over on  
the right side of the screen.


Is there a way to either turn off that Previous info has been  
preserved option, or to dismiss the Quick Input window in a way that  
won't activate that option the next time?


Thanks,
Mark

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Re: newbie question

2007-12-12 Thread William Reising
I use BusySync. It works great for sharing calendars with my wife. The  
only drawback is that it only works with Macs on the same local network.


On Dec 11, 2007, at 10:46 AM, Adrian Ross wrote:


On 12/12/2007, at 6:13 AM, Robert DeLaurentis wrote:


On Dec 11, 2007, at 8:46 AM, Andrew Janjigian wrote:


Ah, but the problem (for us) with that is that we want to share
calendars  contacts, so separate accounts are no good.


I have not tried it, but Leopard's address book allows sharing and  
edits by multiple users. Perhaps that would help.


And for calendars, maybe BusySync would be useful - it lets you  
share calendars between multiple users. I've never used it myself  
though. http://www.busymac.com/


Adrian

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Re: Quick Input Panel - Autofill

2007-12-12 Thread Mark Hessman
I've just read the archive on this one and partially answered the  
second question I posted a couple of hours ago.


I understand the reason behind this feature -- but I would VERY MUCH  
like some kind of way to say I summoned the Quick Input panel in  
error and don't want to put this material into Yojimbo at all, so  
please don't preserve it when I dismiss the panel.  That happens  
significantly more often than wanting to stitch together a Yojimbo  
doc from multiple clipboard items.


Thanks,
Mark

On Dec 11, 2007, at 4:29 PM, TjL wrote:


On Dec 11, 2007 6:54 AM, Gert van Oss [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


On Dec 10, 2007, at 1:51 PM, Steve Kalkwarf wrote:


If you do want to click the Autofill button, Command-Shift-A is the
keyboard equivalent (just like Safari).


ok  Steve, Sebastian,
thanks, the Command-Shift-A keyboard shortcut makes it more optimal
for me!


I've been using Yojimbo since about the beginning and didn't know this
one!  Thanks!

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Re: Applescripting Yojimbo: Empty items?

2007-12-12 Thread pete boardman

On 12 Dec 2007, at 14:25, Jacob Lyles wrote:

Any ideas how to implement in Applescript a check for empty Web  
Archive

items? (i.e. Failed downloads)


I've only spent a few minutes with Yojimbo, so I'm a real beginner as  
far as scripting it goes.


This code finds some of my web archives that don't appear in the  
browser.


tell application Yojimbo
set i to every web archive item
repeat with j in i
if comments of j =  then
set flagged of j to true
end if
end repeat
end tell

It's as if the source URL and the comments field agree only when the  
web archive has been downloaded.


I'm probably talking nonsense again...

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Re: Quick Input Panel - Autofill

2007-12-12 Thread TjL
On Dec 12, 2007 12:25 PM, Mark Hessman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I've just read the archive on this one and partially answered the
 second question I posted a couple of hours ago.

 I understand the reason behind this feature -- but I would VERY MUCH
 like some kind of way to say I summoned the Quick Input panel in
 error and don't want to put this material into Yojimbo at all, so
 please don't preserve it when I dismiss the panel.  That happens
 significantly more often than wanting to stitch together a Yojimbo
 doc from multiple clipboard items.

When I read this the first thing that occurred to me was a keyboard
shortcut (since that's most likely how you would summon the QIP).

ESC usually makes it go away.  I'd think either SHIFT+ ESC or ALT+ESC
would be a good Dismiss With Prejudice key combo

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