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 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 body of the note.  
Another Cmd-R to hide the ruler is optional.


Or I mouse it. Either way it seems like there should be a better  
option for something so simple.


Is there a system-wide keyboard shortcut for activating bullet  
points that I am missing? Or a way to create keyboard shortcuts for  
non-menu items?


Thanks,
Chris

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Re: Mail TODOs synchronization

2008-04-29 Thread Ted Wood

Just a couple of thoughts:
- Yojimbo works with 10.4 and 10.5, but the ToDo framework introduced  
in Mail.app is only on 10.5
- Yojimbo would need to be reworked (significantly?) so that it  
supported ToDos when running one both versions, while providing the  
enhanced sync feature of 10.5.


I'm sure that'll be no easy feat, but I hope to see it, as Yojimbo  
support of the ToDo framework would actually make it useful for me.


~Ted



On 29-Apr-08, at 3:08 AM, Krzysztof M. wrote:


Hi all,
I just start thinking that's possible to color the intems inside  
Yojimbo as
a TODO. Great, but is there any way to synchronize TODOs from  
Yojimbo with
TODOs in the Mail.app and iCal? Because without that how to manage  
these

items in sync? Any idea?



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

2008-04-06 Thread Ted Wood


On 5-Apr-08, at 4:19 PM, Doug Ransom wrote:


Angry - no - why would I be angry?  Annoyed I am not getting the  
utility out of Time Machine I would expect, and disturbed all my  
files archived in Yojimbo are in one big opaque file - yes.



(broken record reply, sorry)

It's unfortunate that Apple didn't deliver a Core Data solution (to  
third-party developers) for proper Time Machine operation, but the  
onus is on Apple to fix this one. You have the option of _not_ using  
Time Machine where it doesn't make sense. Apple gave you that option,  
and it would make sense to use it in this case. Exclude the Yojimbo  
data store from being backed up and implement a different backup  
strategy. Problem solved.


However, as a software architect, I agree with you on the big opaque  
file paradigm... in my databases, I store a record of an archived  
file in the database, but then the file separately. That reduces the  
size of the database tremendously, still provides adequate performance  
and indexing capabilities, and would be more compatible with Time  
Machine. So, I think there's room for a middle-ground solution.


~Ted

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Re: restoring the drop tab

2008-01-11 Thread Ted Wood


In Yojimbo menu  Preferences.


On 11-Jan-08, at 7:33 PM, doug rogers wrote:

Circumstances forced a clean reinstall of OS X. I've been replacing  
items as I find them missing from my Time Machine backup. What I'd  
like to find now is where the Drop Tab stuff is stored so I can get  
it, and the function keys back.



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Re: Yojimbo on Windows?

2007-11-03 Thread Ted Wood


I'm sure someone will pop up with the answer, but there is a web- 
based interface to Yojimbo that may address your needs. Essentially,  
it lets you access *your* Yojimbo database through a browser. Not  
sure if it's restricted to the same computer, or works over the  
Internet. I'll see if I can find it.


~Ted


On 3-Nov-07, at 12:29 PM, Ross Winn wrote:


I jump back and forth between several computers in my usual day. There
are times I want to snip or save something on my PC the same way I do
in Yojimbo.

Are there any windows apps the have similar basic features to Yojimbo?

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Re: Goodbye to Yojimbo

2007-05-14 Thread Ted Wood


Don,

Syncing is a complex issue, for sure. But there's many other factors  
to look at, and you might consider sharing a few of those details (if  
you haven't already).

- how are you connecting to the Internet?
- what speeds/latency are you getting from your ISP?
- does .Mac syncing work for other applications, such as Transmit?
- how large is your Yojimbo data store? Does a smaller store sync fine?

I'll peruse the list archives for past message from you to see if I  
can build a complete dialog of your experience. And then we can see  
how to help you out.


Other than syncing, how has your experience with Yojimbo been?  
Anything positive to share?


~Ted


On 14-May-07 5:13 AM, at 5:13 AM, Don Truett wrote:

My last 3 Emails for support of my issues have gone unanswered over  
a period of two weeks. I still have issues that make Yojimbo  
unusable for me. Synching doesn’t via .Mac doesn’t even begin to  
work, although I’ve used the Terminal commands I was given and  
reset/merged the data. Items I delete still show up in the  
usernameLibraryCachesMetadatacom.barebones.yojimbo folder
Sometimes when I click on a Library item, it doesn’t show up in the  
viewer window - the last item viewed stays there and refuses to budge.
Seems like tech support gives you an attempt or two, then gives up  
on you. I can only think of two reasons for the poor support:
1. Synching is such a problem (verified by things I’ve read  
elsewhere) that BareBones is throwing their hands up.

2. BareBones just doesn’t care about losing a customer here and there.
I always thought that BareBones was a company of good reputation.  
I’m a fairly technically proficient user, so I’m not missing  
something obvious. As my trial runs out in a week, I guess I’m outa  
here.

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Re: Times Select into Yojimbo?

2007-03-26 Thread Ted Wood


Are you logging in first?


On 26-Mar-07 8:02 PM, at 8:02 PM, TjL wrote:



Ok I'm stymied.

I have an account at Times Select, which requires login (cookies),  
and want to save some articles as Web Archives, but when I go to do  
that it gives me the you need to login page.


I realize that I can use Print to Yojimbo but I'd rather not do  
that, I'd rather make a Web Archive.




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