Re: Script to Backup Yojimbo

2008-04-27 Thread JohanStrandberg
On Sun, Apr 27, 2008 at 7:43 AM, Doug Ransom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Lignon

s/gn/ng/

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Re: Scrapping Synced libraries and starting over?

2007-12-20 Thread JohanStrandberg
I too have had no end of sync problems since I upgraded to Yojimbo 1.5

I have tried resetting various sync options, etc. etc.. In my case
dotmacsyncclient and/or Yojimbo crashes every time a sync is
attempted, normally after a long time running and whilst consuming
considerable system resources making it near impossible to work on the
machine while it goes on. (And no, leaving it alone doesn't help. It
still crashes.) I have even tried to start it is SHIFT-held-down mode
to avoid interference from some random plugin or application, but no
joy.

I'm getting desperate. Do I have to roll back to pre-1.5 and lose data
entered since then? Would that even help, or is the .Mac sync registry
terminally munged by the repeated failures?

I turned off every synced application but Contacts to see if I could
get something that simple to work, but even it has problems now and
takes 35 to 45 minutes to attempt to sync some 50 contacts, so I
suspect the .Mac sync registry is permanently damaged, and I have no
clue as to how to reset it.

At this point I can no longer recommend Yojimbo (previously my
favorite application) and I strongly urge anybody who has not yet
upgraded to 1.5 to hold off upgrading until the problems have been
solved.

So far I have wasted 15+ hours trying to get this to work, and the
time Yojimbo has saved me over the month is rapidly being neutralized.
What is worse, I don't dare enter new data into the database since I
suspect I have to do a rollback unless this is resolved ASAP.


--j


PS   Yes, I have submitted crash logs and machine configurations to barebones.

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Re: Scrapping Synced libraries and starting over?

2007-12-20 Thread JohanStrandberg
On Dec 20, 2007 6:26 AM, Robert Sweet [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 [...]
 You're not alone, but I have no advice. Leopard kinda sucks.

Nice to know it isn't just me... sort of.

I haven't upgraded to Leopard yet, so I'm quite sure this is all due
to Yojimbo 1.5, although I guess there could be interactions with the
recent security patches pushed by apple to the 1.4.x users.

None of this makes me happy. [sigh]

I wish Barebones would issue some statement as to where things stand.
Currently the FAQ at
http://faq.barebones.com/do_getanswer.php?record_id=138 still reads in
part:

 Please start by taking the following steps.
  1. Update to Mac OS X 10.4.9 (if you haven't
already) by downloading and installing the combo update.
  2. Make sure the latest version of Yojimbo
(currently 1.4.2) is installed on all your Macs.

so as we all can see, this hasn't been updated recently.

--j

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Re: Scrapping Synced libraries and starting over?

2007-12-20 Thread JohanStrandberg
Thank you for your reply.

I have already submitted crash logs for both Yojimbo and
dotmacsyncclient as well as a detailed report of my system
configuration. Pleas feel free to contact me if you have specific
things you want me to try and I will do the best I can and provide
relevant logs and configurations.

--j

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Re: Strange PDF import behavior with Yojimbo 1.5

2007-12-10 Thread JohanStrandberg
This is pretty serious (I heavily rely on PDF's not being distorted). Where
is PDF2RTFService located and who provides it?

--j

On Dec 9, 2007 7:30 AM, Alan Rogers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:



 On Dec 8, 2007 11:23 AM, John Stephens [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  Posted 2007-12-07 09:17:19 by Alan Rogers:
   Same behavior here, also with 10.4.11. PDFs are coverted to text Notes
 
  It seems that the problem for me was a Service called PDF2RTFService.
  Apparently PDF2RTFService spotlights a bug in 1.5. PDF2RTFService is
  useful for the thing that it does, but Yojimbo is more important to
  me. I archived PDF2RTFService and removed it, restarted, and Yojimbo
  completely recovered.


 Same here after some  correspondence with Barebones support.




Re: Yojimbo password

2007-11-13 Thread JohanStrandberg
If you are implementing more fine grained control over the keychain, it
would be nifty if sync could still work even if I have not yet unlocked
Yojimbo for interactive access. Maybe Sync could use the state of the login
keychain?

I'm afraid that if I set the password timeout too short, it will never
complete a sync operation, or it will not pick up new items available on the
iDisk when I carry my MacBook back into network range unless I always
remember to unlock Yojimbo just in case it wants to sync.

--j