Any way to edit a tag?

2008-05-05 Thread dsm101
Okay, I remembered that there was a window somewhere with a list of tags, and I dug around it and found it in preferences. So if I were to create a tag for each project, I could view the list of projects here. Seems a little odd but I could get used to that. But in that case I'd like to be

Re: The Real Issue With Nested Folders and Multiple Databases.

2008-05-05 Thread Paulo Diniz
Great discussion here, I'm pretty sure that it isn't the purpose of the list, but i think it`s important to discuss organization methods. Like said below, we're so busy most of the time dealing with what is given to us (a third of the time, or whatever) and also actually DOING stuff, that we don't

Re: Read only entries

2008-05-05 Thread Verdon Vaillancourt
On 5-May-08, at 7:23 AM, Lawrence J Winkler wrote: I would like the flexibiity to make entries read-only: a toggle Read- Only/Edit -- no password to toggle from one to the other state. Just something to protect my entries from me. I'll second and third that. It would be hugely beneficial to

Re: Yet another mostly happy user

2008-05-05 Thread Claude
I agree completely with your mail. Sometimes I am afraid to forget some items because I don't remember all the tags' name. I really need tags and folders. I try Eaglefiler (nested folders AND tags) : it tastes like Yojimbo, but it is not Yojimbo - but looks fine too. And I am still an

Re: Yet another mostly happy user

2008-05-05 Thread Steve Kalkwarf
I agree completely with your mail. Sometimes I am afraid to forget some items because I don't remember all the tags' name. I really need tags and folders. I try Eaglefiler (nested folders AND tags) : it tastes like Yojimbo, but it is not Yojimbo - but looks fine too. I've seen several people

Re: Tag Collections not treated the same as 'regular' Collections (was: The Real Issue With Nested Folders and Multiple Databases.)

2008-05-05 Thread david
Bill - good question and the answer becomes more complex as our ability to search on tags becomes more complex. A tag collection with one tag item or a multiple search involving AND it would be pretty easy to alert the user to the definition and offer to append the collection tags, change

Re: Any way to edit a tag?

2008-05-05 Thread cubic . archon
On Mon, 05 May 2008 07:22:49 -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Okay, I remembered that there was a window somewhere with a list of tags, and I dug around it and found it in preferences. So if I were to create a tag for each project, I could view the list of projects here. Seems a little

Re: Tag Collections not treated the same as 'regular' Collections (was: The Real Issue With Nested Folders and Multiple Databases.)

2008-05-05 Thread infrahile
On 5 May 2008, at 16:45, Bill Rowe wrote: What would happen if the tag collection had several tags associated with it? Would you assign all of the available tags to an item dragged to that collection? That's exactly what I'd expect it to do, I don't see what the problem is. For example,

Re: I use Yojimbo for..

2008-05-05 Thread Sean Chou
This is a great idea! I've always wondered how folks use Yojimbo and approach data management in general. Although we all have our pet requests, I'm sure the vast majority of us incorporated deeply into our workflow. For me, data management falls into one of the following (constantly shifting as

Re: Yet another mostly happy user

2008-05-05 Thread Luis Roca
Scott M. I have to say your use of Yojimbo as an everyday GTD tool is pretty impressive. Just the ambition to try and use it that way is impressive. I don’t really see that as the purpose of Yojimbo. (It’s really just considered an archival application.) That doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be used to

Re: Tag Collections not treated the same as 'regular' Collections

2008-05-05 Thread Luis Roca
I like this idea alot. I think that it would be natural to expect either that if you drag an item into a tag collection, it would be automatically tagged as to fit in that collection. -- -- This message is sent to you because you

Re: Yet another mostly happy user

2008-05-05 Thread cubic . archon
On Mon, May 5, 2008 at 6:00 PM, Luis Roca [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You're definitely not alone in your hesitance to use tags. David said this weekend that humans are spacial thinkers. Which is why stuffing things into an established hierarchy makes more sense than tags. While it's true

Re: I use Yojimbo for..

2008-05-05 Thread cubic . archon
My system keeps changing, but at the moment... Folders - I maintain very broad categories of folder, which are really only used for the drop box panel. They correspond to the answer to the question why am I storing this? Is it for future reference, research material to be examined later, a random

Re: Yet another mostly happy user

2008-05-05 Thread Carlton Gibson
On 5 May 2008, at 18:00, Luis Roca wrote: Carlton, You've inspired me. I'm planning a trip to the Bronx Zoo in the next few weeks. : ) Glad to be of service. Have fun! :-) C -- -- This message is sent to you because you are