Re: Yojimbo and the iPhone

2008-03-08 Thread John Cradock
I just noticed that someone else posted about this as well. Sorry.
Feel free to respond to that thread instead of this one...


On Sat, Mar 8, 2008 at 7:35 PM, John Cradock [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Now that Apple has released the iPhone SDK, I'm curious to know
  whether Bare Bones has any intention of creating an iPhone version of
  Yojimbo that would sync with the desktop version, etc., or whether
  they intend to leave that to some third-party developer. Does anyone
  have any insight (or inside information) on this?

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Re: Yojimbo, unusable after upgrading to Mac OS X 10.5.2

2008-02-13 Thread John Cradock
This is the same situation I am in. Let me know how you get it resolved.


On Feb 13, 2008 7:10 AM, Tim Hannigan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I upgraded my copy of Leopard to 10.5.2 yesterday.
 Since then, Yojimbo refuses to open. No other problems with the OS to
 report.

 Anybody else having this problem?

 Yojimbo is my most used app - I'm getting worried now that my enormous
 archive of PDFs and research is ruined.



 -Tim

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Re: Yojimbo, unusable after upgrading to Mac OS X 10.5.2

2008-02-13 Thread John Cradock
Never mind ... it just took an insanely long time to launch the first
time, and it was showing as unresponsive, but I let it go and
eventually it launched. After that, it launched pretty quickly.

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Re: Yojimbo and 10.5.2

2008-02-13 Thread John Cradock
Never mind ... it just took an insanely long time to launch the first
time, and it was showing as unresponsive, but I let it go and
eventually it launched. After that, it launched pretty quickly.


On Feb 13, 2008 7:55 AM, John Cradock [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Thanks for all the feedback. None of these scenarios apply, so I'm
 continuing to investigate.

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Yojimbo and 10.5.2

2008-02-12 Thread John Cradock
I've already written in to Bare Bones tech support about this, but I'm
curious if anyone else is experiencing this. Ever since I updated my
system from Mac OS X 10.5.1 to 10.5.2, Yojimbo hangs when I launch it.
I cannot get it to launch completely. Anyone else seen this issue?

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Re: Edit tags, add tags to multiple items?

2007-12-29 Thread John Cradock
Thanks. This gives me the info I need. So basically any tags you apply
to multiple items using the inspector will overwrite all tags for all
of the items.


On Dec 29, 2007 10:09 AM, pete boardman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 On 29 Dec 2007, at 14:16, kananga wrote:

  I don't see any answer in this thread about adding tags to multiple
  items at once,

 Select the items and then type the tags into the inspector.

  or modifying tags on multiple items at once. Is it
  possible to do this?

 Yes. If all the items have the same tags, then you can modify them all
 at the same time using the inspector. But if the items have different
 tags, the inspector warns you by saying multiple values instead of
 trying to show the current tags (impossible to do?). If you go ahead
 and type new tags, you'll replace the old tags with the new ones.



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Re: [off-list] Re: Import text from Mail -- including headers

2007-11-30 Thread John Cradock
Thanks for the clarification.


On Nov 29, 2007 10:56 PM, Jim Correia [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 On Nov 29, 2007, at 9:45 PM, John Cradock wrote:

  You mean this will be fixed in the next release of Yojimbo? Any idea
  when this will be?

 Yes - the next release of Yojimbo. Sorry if this wasn't clear.

 I know the problem is frustrating. Please bear with us while we
 prepare the next release which will take care of this issue.

 Jim

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Re: Import text from Mail -- including headers

2007-11-30 Thread John Cradock
Thanks for the reply. This brings it in as a PDF, but I'd like to get
it in as text.


On Nov 30, 2007 9:45 AM, Claude [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Very simple. Just do : print (comm.-P) and choose in the popup menu
 (PDF) : Yojimbo !
 Claude



 Le 29 nov. 07 à 18:31, John Cradock a écrit :

  Is there an easy way to get an entire message from Mail into Yojimbo,
  including the headers? I know I can select the text and then import
  it, but is there one step way of getting all of this in?
 
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Import text from Mail -- including headers

2007-11-29 Thread John Cradock
Is there an easy way to get an entire message from Mail into Yojimbo,
including the headers? I know I can select the text and then import
it, but is there one step way of getting all of this in?

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Re: Import text from Mail -- including headers

2007-11-29 Thread John Cradock
Thanks for the info. Does anyone have this working on a Leopard system?


On Nov 29, 2007 2:45 PM, Otto Kitsinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 That's the exact script I have, but it has quit working in 10.5 - The
 item is created with the proper title, but the contents are blank.
 Anyone have any ideas?


 On Nov 29, 2007, at 9:37 AM, Sebastian Stark wrote:

 
  Am 29.11.2007 um 17:31 schrieb John Cradock:
 
  Is there an easy way to get an entire message from Mail into Yojimbo,
  including the headers? I know I can select the text and then import
  it, but is there one step way of getting all of this in?
 
  Jim Correia once posted this (or something like this, can't remember
  if I changed something).
 
  It shouldn't be too hard to change it such that all desired headers
  are included.
 
 
  on generateMessageText(m)
tell application Mail
set _sender to sender of m
set _subject to subject of m
set _date to date received of m as string
set _contents to content of m
set _messageString to From:   _sender  return
set _messageString to _messageString  Subject:   _subject 
  
  return
set _messageString to _messageString  Date:   _date  
  return
set _messageString to _messageString  return  return  
  _contents
end tell
  end generateMessageText
 
  on run
tell application Mail
tell message viewer 1
set messageList to selected messages
set _name to subject of item 1 of messageList
set _contents to 
repeat with m in messageList
set _contents to _contents  my 
  generateMessageText(m)
end repeat
tell application Yojimbo
make new note item with properties 
  {contents:_contents,
  name:_name}
end tell
end tell
end tell
  end run
 
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Yojimbo news?

2007-09-26 Thread John Cradock
This list has gotten pretty quiet lately, and there's been no news
about Yojimbo recently either. Can anyone reveal whether there's an
update on the horizon anytime in the near future? Many potential
features have been discussed here, and I can only hope that some of
these might make it into a future release of Yojimbo. Any news,
anyone?

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