Re: no. of files associated with each tag

2007-12-14 Thread Bill Rowe

On 12/12/07 at 12:25 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] (McGonegal Robert) wrote:


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?


Perhaps I am missing something here. But I don't see a way to 
look for tags I am not using without being able to see what 
files the tag is attached to. How are do you determine a tag 
isn't being used?


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backing up Yojimbo

2007-12-14 Thread Michael Young
If I back up my YJ data to an external drive, what do I need to save?  
Here are the ones I'm guessing at (wish they were all in the same  
place).


~/Library/Caches/Metadata/com.barebones.yojimbo
~/Library/Application Support/Yojimbo/Database.sqlite file
~/Library/Preferences/com.barebones.yojimbo.plist 
 


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Re: backing up Yojimbo

2007-12-14 Thread Jim Correia

On Dec 14, 2007, at 9:40 PM, Michael Young wrote:

If I back up my YJ data to an external drive, what do I need to  
save? Here are the ones I'm guessing at (wish they were all in the  
same place).


http://faq.barebones.com/do_getanswer.php?record_id=133

Jim


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Re: PDF import - how to uninstall PDF2RTFsvc

2007-12-14 Thread John Stephens
Posted: 2007-12-13 11:34:40 by Michael Tiberio
 Greetings.

 I'm having the same problem as others using PDF2RTFservice. I've
removed it from the .../Library/Services directory and rebooted, but
I still have the problem. Have I missed a step in uninstalling it?

 Thanks in advance.

I had the same problem. Apparently the OS still thinks the service is
there until you delete the file (moving it to the Trash and emptying
it), and restart. If you think you may want to reinstall it when the
bug is fixed, you can zip it or just download it again from Devon. I
hope this helps!

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