Re: Changing collection icons (was Re: Enhancements)

2008-04-15 Thread Jim DeVona
On Tue, Apr 15, 2008 at 12:49 PM, Jim Correia [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The icons for folder and tag collections can be customized. (In much the same way that you can in the Finder.) - Select the tag/folder collection - Open the Inspector - Click on the icon - Paste a custom icon I

Re: Cycle through Search criteria

2008-04-09 Thread Jim DeVona
On Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 12:29 PM, Patrick Gilmour [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Would anyone else find this useful? I would, too. Jim -- -- This message is sent to you because you are subscribed to the mailing list

Re: Yohimbo search

2008-04-07 Thread Jim DeVona
On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 8:43 AM, Steven Weiniger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Alsois there a way to tab back or use a keyboard shortcut to go from DELETE ITEM FROM COLLECTION to DELETE ITEM TO TRASH? Yes. See

Re: Keyboard shortcuts

2008-03-14 Thread Jim DeVona
If you enable All controls under System Preferences-Keyboard Mouse-Keyboard Shortcuts-Full Keyboard Access, you can use tab to cycle between buttons in almost all dialogs (not just in Yojimbo). The selected button is shown by a blue halo distinct from the normal default button highlight, and

Re: Feature clarification - capture URL

2008-03-08 Thread Jim DeVona
On Sat, Mar 8, 2008 at 9:54 PM, Rhet Turnbull [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: --Also, sometimes the title is blank even when it the document has a title tell application Safari activate set theURL to URL of document 1 set theName to do JavaScript document.title in

Re: Sync Conflict Messages with ID numbers

2008-02-08 Thread Jim DeVona
I think Yojimbo and/or Apple should provide more descriptive messages in those cases (I'm not sure whose court that ball is in, though). In any case, you can open that ID as a URL. Type x-yojimbo-item:// in your browser, followed by the item ID. It should open the item in Yojimbo. (It's the same

Re: [ANN] Yojimbo 1.5.1

2008-02-06 Thread Jim DeVona
Just for reference, the update worked fine on my 10.5.1 machine. Jim On Feb 6, 2008 11:39 AM, Neal Watzman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Yojimbo 1.5 can be updated to 1.5.1 by choosing Check for Updates from the Yojimbo application menu. Older versions may updated by downloading and

Re: Using Applescript to find an existing yojimbo note...

2008-01-18 Thread Jim DeVona
On Jan 18, 2008 2:40 PM, Alan German [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Jan 18, 2008, at 2:24 PM, Jim DeVona wrote: On Jan 18, 2008 1:00 PM, Alan German [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Jan 18, 2008, at 12:38 PM, Jim DeVona wrote: -- find existing note set mynote to first note item

Re: Using Applescript to find an existing yojimbo note...

2008-01-18 Thread Jim DeVona
On Jan 18, 2008 1:00 PM, Alan German [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Jan 18, 2008, at 12:38 PM, Jim DeVona wrote: -- find existing note set mynote to first note item whose name is mytitle if mynote is missing value then -- create a new note

Re: Using Applescript to find an existing yojimbo note...

2008-01-18 Thread Jim DeVona
How's this? tell application Yojimbo set mytags to {QLogic, Diary} set mytitle to date string of (current date) -- find existing note set mynote to first note item whose name is mytitle if mynote is missing value then --

Re: Yojimbo Password Modification Date

2007-12-20 Thread Jim DeVona
On Dec 20, 2007 12:21 AM, Ivan Pan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I noticed the modification date of the Password record did not change when I updated the Comments field or the Name field. Is this an intended behavior? If so, how can I 'touch' the record, i.e. change the modification date? I see

Re: mail act-on for yojimbo?

2007-11-28 Thread Jim DeVona
On Nov 28, 2007, at 11:48 AM, John Stephens wrote: I want a hotkey to remove an item from the *current* collection, without removing it from any others. O know this is possible with 'delete', but then I have to mouse over to the button. Don't forget that if you select All controls in the Full

Re: mail act-on for yojimbo?

2007-11-27 Thread Jim DeVona
On Nov 27, 2007, at 7:12 PM, John Stephens wrote: The one thing I'd like is an easy way to customize hotkeys to quickly move items to different collections. I'm really happy with the hotkeys I use in Gmail, and I use Mail Act-on to implement the same hotkeys in Mail.app. Is there any tool like

Re: Import with Spotlight comments as tags

2007-10-28 Thread Jim DeVona
On 10/27/07, Mark F [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks Jim! I will give it a go. Ideally, I would like it to display the tag dialog box (i.e. with the list of my Yojimbo tags), with the Spotlight comments to also appear in the same dialog box but as highlighted/selected. That way I could

Re: Import with Spotlight comments as tags

2007-10-27 Thread Jim DeVona
Should be possible. If you replace the contents of the first if not chooseTagsFromList then block of your import script with the following code, the script should read tags from the file's comments instead of from a dialog: tell application Finder to set theComments to comment of theFile set

Re: Accessing Most Recently Added Item Via Applescript

2007-09-25 Thread Jim DeVona
On 9/25/07, Kenneth Kirksey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Subject kind of says it all. What's the easiest way to access via Applescript the item most recently added to Yojimbo? Thanks! Steve Kalkwarf shared an example that does this by getting the last item of the Recent Items collection:

selected items whose class is bookmark item

2007-09-20 Thread Jim DeVona
Is it possible to use a whose clause to get only items of a certain type from a list of Yojimbo database items? Here is an example intended to get any selected bookmark items: tell application Yojimbo set _items to selected items of browser window 1 if _items is missing

Re: Identifying current item when list pane does not have focus (Applescript)

2007-08-31 Thread Jim DeVona
On 8/30/07, Jim Correia [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: tell application Yojimbo selection if class of window 1 is browser window then selected collections of browser window 1 selected items of browser window 1 end if end tell One question.

Re: Identifying current item when list pane does not have focus (Applescript)

2007-08-30 Thread Jim DeVona
On 8/30/07, Jim Correia [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The scripting class of the main window is browser window and it has two additional properties which allow you to access the selected collection and selected items independent of the currently focused view. Run the following with the event log

Re: Tag collections with optional tags

2007-06-14 Thread Jim DeVona
If it was possible to use boolean terms in the tag collection definitions, that would be pretty handy. Then you could say to collect items tagged with 'oracle' or 'postgres' or 'mysql' or 'dba', etc. What I do for similar situations is use generic secondary tags, such as 'db' for database in

Re: Folders/Tag-collections

2007-05-25 Thread Jim DeVona
On 5/25/07, Kenneth Kirksey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Man: This hammer you sold me isn't fully featured! It doesn't do what I want a hammer to do! Clerk: (looking perplexed) What doesn't it do? Man: It won't drive this (holds up philips head screw) into wood! Where do you get off selling me a

Re: AppleScript: How to access note contents?

2007-05-23 Thread Jim DeVona
On 5/23/07, Jim Correia [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ... To solution in this situation (when you've got a specifier stored in a variable) is to use the double contents of syntax: set s to contents of contents of variableName Jim On 5/23/07, Adrian [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Yes, this one

Re: hyperlink in password item's Location field

2007-05-23 Thread Jim DeVona
On 5/23/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there a way to format a URL in the Location field of a password item so that clicking on it opens the default browser to that location? (and perhaps bring the password in the clipboard!) I've thought it would be nice if there was a

Re: Beginners questions

2007-05-21 Thread Jim DeVona
On 5/21/07, Sebastian Stark [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 1. In the serial number and password templates the comment field is way to small. How can I make it bigger? For instance, if I get an email with a serial number in it, I want to store the whole email along with the serial number. Then, for

Adding list of items to a collection with AppleScript

2007-05-16 Thread Jim DeVona
How can I add a list of items to a collection with AppleScript? I can add one item at a time, but for large sets of items this is a pokey (although watching the item count next to the collection icon climb is kind of interesting). The scripting dictionary implies that you can add more than one

Re: previewing PDFs in other applications

2007-05-14 Thread Jim DeVona
I know there is an AppleScript that can be adapted for this purpose: http://www.listsearch.com/Yojimbo/Thread/index.lasso?481#2780 (last post) Just change Adobe Reader to the name of your preferred PDF view (ie, Skim, PDFView, etc.). You can save the script in ~/Library/Scripts/ or

Re: Your favorite scripts, plugins and extensions

2007-05-14 Thread Jim DeVona
Well, I am of course biased, but I use my Bookmark in Yojimbo script nearly every day. As it turns out, I do like having the original timestamps on some of my older compositions, too, so that's a small point in favor of the backdating scripts. http://anoved.net/bookmark_in_yojimbo.html

Re: Alternate Bookmark in Yojimbo

2007-05-11 Thread Jim DeVona
; this just happens to be my favorite. http://anoved.net/bookmark_in_yojimbo.html Jim On 11/19/06, Jim DeVona [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Being ignorant of the Bookmark in Yojimbo (and other) bookmarklets provided in the Yojimbo documentation, I wrote my own Bookmark in Yojimbo AppleScript to do

Re: Dates created and modified

2007-05-10 Thread Jim DeVona
, at 12:25pm, Jim DeVona wrote: On 5/9/07, Jim DeVona [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: the more i think about this issue, i realize that there are many documents i will need to change. in fact, for me, it will be essentially every document that i import as such, going forward, it's going

Re: Dates created and modified

2007-05-09 Thread Jim DeVona
On 5/8/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: thanks, jim. i really appreciate this. No problem. After thinking about it a bit I realized it was something I could use myself. the more i think about this issue, i realize that there are many documents i will need to change. in fact,

Re: Dates created and modified

2007-05-09 Thread Jim DeVona
On 5/9/07, Jim DeVona [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: the more i think about this issue, i realize that there are many documents i will need to change. in fact, for me, it will be essentially every document that i import as such, going forward, it's going to be quite a bit of extra work

Re: Dates created and modified

2007-05-07 Thread Jim DeVona
On 5/4/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hence, request #1: the ability to edit the creation and modification dates. IMHO, registering the date of *import*, as if it were the date of creation, is simply incorrect. (the date that a pre-existing document was imported into yojimbo

Re: why do we have to copy instead of just select

2007-05-04 Thread Jim DeVona
On 5/3/07, VLCofA [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, folks, I've tried out many of the other note-grabbing programs, like SOHO Notes and Journler and Eagle Filer. Each of them requires only that you SELECT the text and invoke its grab command. This makes me wonder why Yojimbo, which I prefer in

Re: Times Select into Yojimbo?

2007-03-28 Thread Jim DeVona
On 3/28/07, Gary L. Gray [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mar 28, 2007, at 9:51 PM, TjL wrote: On Mar 26, 2007, at 11:22 PM, Gary L. Gray wrote: On Mar 26, 2007, at 11:09 PM, Ted Wood wrote: Are you logging in first? I am always logged in to TimesSelect when I am on the NY Times web site.

Re: Import Applescripts

2007-03-07 Thread Jim DeVona
On 3/7/07, Nicolai Amter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I can export out two text files from WC which I'll clean up in Excel and then save as a Tab or Comma Delimited file. One will be in the format will be Name, Location, Account, Password and the other will be Product Name, Owner Name, Serial

Re: Import Applescripts

2007-03-07 Thread Jim DeVona
My silly web mail might have broken that script by hard wrapping the lines. If so you can just download it from http://anoved.net/files/YojimboPasswordSerialImport.scpt.zip instead. Jim On 3/8/07, Jim DeVona [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 3/7/07, Nicolai Amter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I can