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
I'm not singling out Rhet, but there are several ideas embodied
in this paragraph that bear comment:
If someone from BareBones does pipe in, it's usually to say
We're never going to add that feature. See previous post...
This compares poorly to several other indie-Mac software lists
1. (How) Is it possible to change the default external editor?
(I searched the preferences, the help and the online FAQ with
It's an external Viewer, not Editor.
Any changes made outside of Yojimbo are not returned to Yojimbo.
2. Since there is no 'make plain text' option, can I
(I don't know what it's like for you but, I find I discover
programs one menu item at a time; a year or so of having used
it every day and I'm still finding things in BBEdit that
I have the advantage of having the source code for both of these
programs, so I have a pretty
Other than iterating through each database item using
AppleScript and searching manually through it's list of tags to
find abandoned tags, does anyone have any other AppleScript
suggestions for how to find unused tags? Or any ideas why his
Spotlight index wasn't up to date with Yojimbo's tags?
On the other hand, dragging the URL to Yojimbo automatically captures the title
of the page (which you may or may not want). If you use the quick input you'll
have to type it in yourself (or use a multi-clipboard program like Quicksilver
which makes this a matter of a few keystrokes).
I just wanted to fire up Yojimbo (have to retrieve a
registration code I have stored in it) and I get the message
that Yojimbo is already running. Only one copy can run at a
time. The dialog box for this message just has a quit button.
The problem is that Yojimbo is NOT running. Has anyone run
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
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I have been wondering if there is a way to decode the passwords
stored in the sqlite database directly. Is there any function I
can pass the desired entry id and my master password??
What are you trying to do? You can use AppleScript to get at
them, assuming your permissions are set to
For some time I have been saving web pages, primarily receipts, to
Yojimbo from Firefox via the Print menu. Of late I've found that this
does not yield a 'proper' pdf but rather the text only (and generally in
very small font size too). I can however 'Save as PDF' from the Print
menu and drag the
What I am trying to do is get the modified date of the item and be able to
rename the item by appending the modified date to the end of the filename
(but before the file extension). I was trying to do it using a TypeIt4Me
abbreviation - .e.g so that every time I typed ytag the item's modified
I want an Applescript that will grab the modified date of a file selected in
Keep in mind that there aren't files in Yojimbo. If you want
to get the modification date of an item in Yojimbo:
tell application Yojimbo
set selectedItem to selection
set modDate to modification
When I typically bring up Yojimbo using QuickSilver. Once it's
up, I have to use my mouse to get to the search field. Is there
a keyboard shortcut to search?
Command-Option-F in the application, or you can set your own
system-wide hotkey from within the Yojimbo preferences.
Has anyone made an Applescript to open a Yojimbo note directly in BBEdit?
If not, would the proper procedure be to export the note to
disk, open it in BBEdit and then have the Finder delete it from disk?
Getting the contents of the note to BBEdit (minus all
formatting) is trivial, but any
The according menu entry is Format - Ruler - Show Ruler. I
am not a native speaker, but for me a ruler is not very intuitive.
The terminology comes from word processors. Originally, the
ruler was used to set tab stops and margins. As time marched
on, people started sticking things like
Here's my question about Yojiimbo. If I'm understanding right,
there's essentially only one database for the Yojimbo
application. Even if I want to use Yojimbo to catalog stuff
for several very different things, they will all be together
when I open Yojimbo. However, I can tag them separately
However, I would still like it if you could have more than one YJ
library at a time (and sync them all over a single dotmac account) so
that my wife and I could have separate buckets. Given that individulal
dotmac accounts are probably very often used by families of users,
this seems a reasonable
how is it that every time I select and copy some text and then
use the Quick Input Panel via F8 that I always have a text
appearing that says:
Your previous information has been preserved.
Click Autofill to import the new clipboard contents.
Sebastian answered this a moment ago. I'd also add
Has anyone done this before? What is the best way to do it?
Password Retriever can export records as delimited data files,
but when I try to import it into Yojimbo, I run into field
mapping issues. Before I start migrating seven years of
passwords, serial numbers, etc, from Password Retriever
I guess that's no then!
Any suggestions on what to use as an alternative searchable
There isn't much likelihood of us adding syntax coloring to
Yojimbo: it's too specific of a problem.
If you really want to stick with Yojimbo for storage, there
I would love it if the quick input dock also included tag
entry. It would save me an extra step on literally every piece
of textual information that I enter into Yojimbo. I
understand that with things like Web archives and pdf's I would
still have to do step two.
The Quick Input panel
Before things get too far out of control, I want to clarify some
facts about how Time Machine and Yojimbo.
Yojimbo is built on CoreData, the same underlying technology as
Aperture, and several other products. Because of issues related
to how Time Machine and CoreData manage files on disk,
I use the drop dock for a lot of my bookmark and web archive
creation. One obvious shortcoming is that I can't tag items
while creating them that way.
This morning, I whipped up this script:
tell application Yojimbo
set allTags to (name of every tag)
set ri to builtin smart collection
Good point, personally I never used .mac sync. This would
require me to 1) buy a .mac account and 2) buy another yojimbo license.
While the .Mac requirement is true, you don't need an additional
Yojimbo license. All flavors of Yojimbo license we sell allow
use on multiple machines.
to the Yojimbo Security preferences, and allow
AppleScript access to password items.
If you use Safari, make sure the location field of all your
records starts with http:// or https://. Camino allows slack urls.
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?
No, unfortunately the groups are defined by Apple, and not
accessible to us.
a new note, quickly popping open the File menu,
waiting a moment, and looking again.
To be specific, Yojimbo doesn't edit documents and as such,
doesn't have any sort of notion of an unsaved document.
Otherwise, your observation that Yojimbo copies its items into
the database is correct, and they cannot be seen by other
applications without a lot of trickery on their part.
of the 5
types of documents is to either select it from a menubar menu
or a button menu. please give us more options. :-)
I type F8 to open the Quick Input panel, and then Command-(1-5)
to select the correct entry type if our ESP module guesses incorrectly.
this by making a new note, quickly popping open the
File menu, waiting a moment, and looking again.
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