Re: Two Yojimbo feature requests:

2008-02-26 Thread Jason Davies

2. Yojimbo badly needs some sort of tag-management, but at the very
least, would it be possible for you to automatically erase a tag that
doesn't have any references.  There are many tags sitting in the
database that don't have any references, those should automatically be
removed.


um, so what happens if, like me, you remove stuff when you have 
done something with it, leaving an empty tag (for now)?



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Re: Leopard Compatibility

2007-09-28 Thread Jason Davies

I'm not a developer and don't know anything about BB behind the scenes,
but I would be completely shocked if a product as mainstream as Yojimbo
wasn't ready for Leopard, especially given the extra time that it's
taken for Leopard to get here.


these are the people who got the first OS X-native third-party 
app out of the door, I believe (BBEdit)...


don's lose any sleep over it.

THEY do the losing sleep bit, watering the magical code tree 
late into the night in the run-up...


PLUS, there's usually some blurring by Apple that I suspect is 
harder than it looks. A lot of apps still say 10.2.8 or 10.3.9 
upwards, with a warning that some features require 10.4. We may 
see something similar with 10.5.



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Re: Folders/Tag-collections and workflows

2007-05-26 Thread Jason Davies

I've cracked it.

I read academic articles in Acrobat (and mark them up with 
annotations). Then I load them into Yojimbo, tagged lightly. 
Then I get the 'link item' from Edit menu (stroke of genius) and 
drop that into BibDesk or Voodoopad for more organised 
retrieval. That way I get the best of both worlds - it's in a 
very specific place and I can call it up when I need it.


It sounds like work but actually it works a lot better than when 
I used Devonthink with millions of folders. Everything 
disappeared into those carefully arranged folders.



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