Re: Group in Spotlight?

2007-05-16 Thread Jason Carman
I've tried the below and it lists only a fraction of the total Yj  
items. Is there another class for which to search? I've tried BSP to  
add categories, but it freezes System Preferences.



On May 15, 2007, at 10:25 AM, Kenneth Kirksey wrote:



On May 15, 2007, at 7:33 AM, Jacob Lyles wrote:

Is there a way to show Yojimbo items as a separate group in  
Spotlight?


I.e. Spotlight separates PDFs, images, e-mails, etc. Can Yojimbo  
items be

broken out into their own list?


Not that I'm aware of, but you can limit your spotlight searches to  
Yojimbo items only by appending kind:yojimbo item to your search  
terms.




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Re: Yojimbo and 10.5.2

2008-02-22 Thread Jason Carman


It does make things clearer. Thanks. I'll poke around and see what I  
can add where.


On Feb 22, 2008, at 9:59 AM, Steve Kalkwarf wrote:

I believe I have been unclear. I have seven items (both Serials and  
Passwords) which show up in their respective default collections  
for Serials and Passwords. These items also show up in the Unsorted  
folder, but are clearly sorted into the default collections for  
Serials and Passwords. All other Serials and Passwords I have go  
where I expect them to go-- their respective default collections.  
How do I get these seven to behave?


All items live in the Library, regardless of their kind.

All Bookmarks (or Notes, or Serial Numbers, etc.) will be found in  
the Library, _and_ in the Smart Collection for that type.


If you have any Manual Collections, any items that are not in one or  
more Manual Collections will be found in Unsorted Items. If you do  
not use Manual Collections, all items (again, regardless of kind)  
will be seen in the Unsorted Items.


The situation you are describing tells me that 7 items are not  
stored in any Manual Collections.


Does that make things clearer?

Steve


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Re: Time to change the data store to play with time machine?

2008-04-05 Thread Jason Carman

Hmm,

I'm new to this. I'd like Yj to update only what was changed, but it  
sounds as if the available options don't allow that. I think Doug  
(correct me if I am wrong) was wanting just such a thing to keep up  
efficient use of disk space--the cheapness of price is relative :) My  
Yj backup is 13 gig when I make major changes, like a system or  
account restore, and would prohibit buying new drives. I am out of   
luck, I think, and concur spending time on new features( like, say, an  
option to flag a new item in the Quick Input Panel ;)) is a better use  
of time.



On Apr 5, 2008, at 8:32 PM, Steven Huey wrote:


Doug,

The types of Core Data stores currently available are XML, SQLite,  
Custom Atomic, and In Memory (which must be binary) on Wikipedia.


The XML store is best used for debugging since it's just a text file  
that is human readable. It could be used for storing small amounts  
of data, but it would be far too slow for storing the web, PDF, and  
image data that Yojimbo is capable of.


The In Memory store would solve your large Time Machine backups  
since none of your data would be backed up (since all your Yojimbo  
data would be in RAM), but every time you quit Yojimbo you'd lose  
all your data. Again, not a good choice.


The downside of the Custom Atomic store (and also the XML format) is  
that by atomic Apple means that every time a change is saved to the   
Core Data store, the entire object graph is rewritten to the store.  
Again, for large Yojimbo databases this would be impractical.


SQLite offers MUCH better performance than XML or a Custom Atomic  
store, and also offers partial updates so when something is added,  
removed, or changed in your Yojimbo library the entire object graph  
doesn't have to be rewritten to disk, only what has changed.



With how cheap disk space is these days, I'd rather the developers  
at Bare Bones focus on adding more great features instead of writing  
a custom Core Data store or worry about storing Yojimbo items as  
individual files.


- Steve

On Apr 5, 2008, at 7:19 PM, Doug Ransom wrote:
Core Data can serialize objects into XML, Binary, or SQLite for  
storage. With the release of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, developers can  
also create their own custom atomic store types. .  Any  
application to the problem at hand?


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Re: Wish: smart collections by type

2008-05-21 Thread Jason Carman

I vote for it as well.

On May 20, 2008, at 9:25 AM, John wrote:


I vote for that feature.

On May 19, 2008, at 1:00 PM, Phil Emery wrote:

It would be cool if one could make smart collections by type (say  
just PDFs, or just docs, etc) .


I would think it would be pretty straightforward as YJ already has  
that info for each entry in it's database.




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