Re: Happy with Yojimbo the way it is!

2008-04-30 Thread Carlton Gibson
I see a lot of messages out there requsting Yojimbo did a lot of things it doesn't and I just want to tell the developers I'm quite happy with Yojimbo the way it is. I love Yojimbo as it is too! Perhaps it needs to say at the top of the viewer window, Not a replacement for Finder.app :-)

Re: Happy with Yojimbo the way it is!

2008-04-30 Thread Claude
Hi ! Yojimbo is OK but, for me, it lacks one very useful feature : you cannot have sub-folders. And I have now a too long list on my collection pane, so long that I think of working with another application (unfortunately). Claude Le 30 avr. 08 à 02:54, Keith Ledbetter a écrit : On

Re: Happy with Yojimbo the way it is!

2008-04-30 Thread n . kobschaetzki
Yojimbo is nice but i thought about migrating to other applications as well because of the backup-issue. But I even refrained from testing other apps because I have absolutely no idea how I get all my data with meta-data (tags, urls) from yojimbo into other apps. How would you solve it when you

Re: Happy with Yojimbo the way it is!

2008-04-30 Thread Kenneth Kirksey
On Apr 30, 2008, at 7:41 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: But I even refrained from testing other apps because I have absolutely no idea how I get all my data with meta-data (tags, urls) from yojimbo into other apps. How would you solve it when you would decide to move? When I got Leap

Re: Happy with Yojimbo the way it is!

2008-04-30 Thread cubic . archon
On 29 Apr 2008, at 19:38, Scott J. Lopez wrote: Krzysztof, my message wasn't directed at you specificlly but in response to the many I wish Yojimbo did... messages I've seen over the years on this list. Yojimbo is a nice, small application that was meant for organizing some specific types of

Re: Happy with Yojimbo the way it is!

2008-04-30 Thread Ron Kubsch
I totally agree. It needs to have sub-folders! Greetings, Ron Am 30.04.2008 um 09:42 schrieb Claude: Hi ! Yojimbo is OK but, for me, it lacks one very useful feature : you cannot have sub-folders. And I have now a too long list on my collection pane, so long that I think of working with

Keyboard command for bullet points?

2008-04-30 Thread Chris Coldewey
Hi there, I'm looking for the quickest way to activate bullet points from the keyboard while in a note. Currently, I Cmd-R to reveal the ruler, Ctrl-Shift-Tab to the Lists menu, then Down Arrow a couple times to reach the bullet point icon, Return to select it, then Tab to go back to the

Re: Happy with Yojimbo the way it is!

2008-04-30 Thread David G. Simmons
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Well, if anyone wants to switch to SOHO notes, Ill sell you my family pack license. Or exchange it for your family pack license for Yojimbo. I have severe buyers-remorse and wish I had bought Yojimbo instead of SOHO. dg On Apr 30, 2008, at

Re: Keyboard command for bullet points?

2008-04-30 Thread Ted Wood
Option-* creates a bullet point, but just the character, no intending or formatting to go with it. ~Ted On 30-Apr-08, at 6:58 AM, Chris Coldewey wrote: Hi there, I'm looking for the quickest way to activate bullet points from the keyboard while in a note. Currently, I Cmd-R to reveal

Re: Keyboard command for bullet points?

2008-04-30 Thread Dennis
On Apr 30, 2008, at 6:58 AM, Chris Coldewey wrote: I'm looking for the quickest way to activate bullet points from the keyboard while in a note. In any standard Mac OS X text view (NSTextView), like Yojimbo's notes or a TextEdit document, use Option-Tab to automatically begin a list. By

Re: Happy with Yojimbo the way it is!

2008-04-30 Thread Luis Roca
I'm really glad someone spoke up for Yojimbo! (Thanks Scott) I've been getting tired of seeing this list become a dump for what people don't like about Yojimbo and move away from being a helpful resource. I have no problem with feature requests but It's been absolutely over the top in the last few

Re: Happy with Yojimbo the way it is!

2008-04-30 Thread Charlie Garrison
Good afternoon, On 30/4/08 at 5:31 PM -0400, Luis Roca [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: With that said I’m going to make a non-feature request to the Bare Bones/Yojimbo team : Please don’t include a nested folder feature in the next or any future releases of Yojimbo. PLEASE!!! How refreshing,

Re: Almost happy with Yojimbo the way it is

2008-04-30 Thread Rhet Turnbull
In other words, I want to be able to have multiple self-contained library databases. You might want to try Eagle Filer: http://c-command.com/eaglefiler/ It is similar to Yojimbo but supports multiple libraries and nested folders. It also stores its data as regular files in the filesystem