Contact Bare Bones Support (just like it says at the bottom of this and every message)--they were very helpful in talking me through a similar problem a while back. Also, a Google for .Mac sync problems will provide a ton of information. Sorry I can't go into details now--you opened what
On Apr 9, 2008, at 9:10 PM, Doug Ransom wrote: Does anyone know how effective the block-level file updates described in the Jungle Disk docs (below) will work with Yojimbo database? Sorry for the delay in replying to this but I didn't want to answer until I'd tested a backup.
On Apr 26, 2008, at 12:42 PM, Bill Rowe wrote: The combination of block-level file updates and a nightly backup schedule would greatly reduce the opportunity for the type of problem I describe to occur. Also, I assume the nightly backup occurs when you aren't actively using Yojimbo. I
I guess this falls somewhere between a feature request and wondering if anyone can suggest a better workaround. I use Yojimbo to maintain my software serial number database (amongst other things.) This database has been around for some time and was migrated from Appleworks to Excel before
On Jan 26, 2008, at 10:37 AM, Rhet Turnbull wrote: This is do-able with a text note in Yj however Unfortunately, dropping the file into the notes section of a Serial Number record results in copying the file path, not a copy of the file. I'll have to give some thought as to whether or not
On Dec 5, 2007, at 2:15 PM, Jim Correia wrote: Are these images items that you converted from notes via drag and drop? This happens because the text system puts TIFF data on the clipboard, and that is read back in as the image. You can avoid this by dragging out to the Finder first to
On Nov 26, 2007, at 5:47 PM, David Duff wrote: any thoughts or suggestions on tools or techniques? With all due respect to Yojimbo--software that I live and die by--you might be better served by FileMaker's Bento (currently available as free beta test). Out of the box Bento incorporates
tell application Yojimbo copy last item of collection Recent Items to vLatestItem get name of vLatestItem end tell Of course, you can perform any operation on vLatestItem rgds! jab smime.p7s Description: S/MIME cryptographic signature