Re: Replicating Yojimbo, importing/exporting, etc.

2008-05-30 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Forrest Aldrich [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

A curious side note here is privacy.  I wrote to Apple asking them if,
in any way, they index or access our personal data and share those
results with any other process.  They never responded (I tried a couple
of times).


Afraid I can't offer any special insight, though I would expect this to be
covered by the .Mac terms of service and/or Apple's privacy policy.


So I could selectively encrypt my data within Yojimbo and have it
protected that way.

That's correct; any items you encrypt will be protected in transit and
while stored on the .Mac servers (as well as on your Mac(s)).


For that matter, how complex (or simple) is the encryption in Yojimbo
(including any backdoors). ;-)

Yojimbo uses AES-256, which is a strong, system-provided encryption
mechanism, to protect item content, and there are no backdoors nor reset
mechanisms.

So, if your dog eats the PostIt that has your Yojimbo password, we're sorry
but we won't be able to help... :-)


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[ANN] moving Yojimbo-Talk to Google Groups!

2008-05-29 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Good afternoon folks,

We're currently in the process of moving all our product discussion lists
to Google Groups.

Next weekend (June 7/8), we will shut this list down and all traffic will
be on the 'Yojimbo Talk' Google Group. We hope that you'll take a moment to
subscribe and join us there!

  http://groups.google.com/group/yojimbo-talk


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available through the Google group. We're investigating ways to get the
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http://www.listsearch.com/TextWrangler/ at the pleasure of LassoSoft,
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Re: Replicating Yojimbo, importing/exporting, etc.

2008-05-29 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Forrest Aldrich [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

I'm interested in replicating my Yojimbo database so I can use it
elsewhere (ie: at work).  I'm aware that it has .mac capability, but I
wonder if that's simply a sync of files to the iDisk (copying), and how
would you resolve differences if, say, you do writes in one location and
not the other?

Depending on how that works, I wonder if it would be possible to bypass
.mac dependency and set up something like rsync or unison to replicate
via SSH to an external location.

It is not; please see:

http://faq.barebones.com/do_getanswer.php?record_id=135


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[admin] Re: Almost happy with Yojimbo the way it is

2008-05-01 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Sorry for the interruption, but as a reminder, this is *Yojimbo-Talk* :-)


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Sherman Wilcox [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

On May 1, 2008, at 7:20 AM, Steve Kalkwarf wrote:

 If you made it this far, thanks for reading. As your reward, a
 summary of the popular requests, and their status:

In fact, it's the first post I've read FULLY for quite a while. Thanks!

 Updates to other Bare Bones products: What do you think we've been
doing since the last Yojimbo update? :-)


Well, as they say on Law  Order, you opened the door. So, this begs
the question: I don't know, what HAVE you been doing with Mailsmith? I
paid for Mailsmith a long long time ago. And I haven't used it in a
long time. I understand your comments about the one feature I have to
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Re: yojimbo missing sync question

2008-03-18 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Josh Roebuck [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

Thanks.  One clarification - Missing Sync only syncs notes between
Yojimbo and the device.  These means it syncs Notes, but not but not the
other data types: Bookmark, Password, Serial Number, or Web Archive?

That's correct.


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Re: yojimbo missing sync question

2008-03-17 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Josh Roebuck [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

I'm using The Missing Sync for my Treo 650 and Macbook (leopard).  Not
sure if this is a question for here or over at Mark/Space, but I'm
wondering what types of records in Yojimbo are synced?  All ?
Like other users, I've also experienced interminable syncs.  I'm assuming
that's due to the large items in yojimbo, such as photos and web
archives.  And so was wondering if it were possible to set the type of
records to be synced.


The Missing Sync only syncs notes between Yojimbo and the device. Missing
Sync can either sync all notes, or just the notes in selected manual
collections, depending on how you configure it.

As for Missing Sync's behavior, I regret we can't assist there (beyond
recommending that you use the latest version); please contact the folks at
Mark/Space.


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Re: On Yojimbo and Time Machine

2008-02-15 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Robert Sweet [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

And where exactly is the folder we should exclude?


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Re: On Yojimbo and Time Machine

2008-02-14 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Niels Kobschaetzki [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

On Oct 31, 2007 5:03 PM, Steve Kalkwarf [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Before things get too far out of control, I want to clarify some
 facts about how Time Machine and Yojimbo.

 Yojimbo is built on CoreData, the same underlying technology as
 Aperture, and several other products. Because of issues related
 to how Time Machine and CoreData manage files on disk, Apple
 recommends excluding Aperture data from Time Machine backups,
 and managing Aperture backups independently:

 http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=306853

 For the moment, we are recommending the same thing.

The document states now that the problems are fixed with 10.5.2 for
Aperture -- does this apply to Yojimbo as well?


The cited change in 10.5.2 only resolves this issue for Aperture; I regret
it  does not affect other applications which use CoreData nor our prior
guidance related to Yojimbo.


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Re: On Yojimbo and Time Machine

2008-02-14 Thread Patrick Woolsey
TjL [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

It also, I would assume, is why .Mac fails to sync Yojimbo so often.
Instead of syncing 1,000 small files, it is trying to sync one
monolithic DB.  [...]

That's not the case; although .Mac must ultimately contain your whole data
set before syncing between machines can take place, all data transfer takes
place incrementally.


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[admin] Re: Yojimbo and 10.5.2

2008-02-13 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Good morning folks,

The 10.5.2 update includes a change to Core Data (the system data storage
service that Yojimbo uses) which requires SQLite to perform a rebuild of
any existing data stores (created on OS versions prior to 10.5.2).
Unfortunately, for large data stores this process can take a while, and
there's no up-front feedback as to what is happening.

Please just let Yojimbo run and *do not* force quit it; once the rebuild is
finished, Yojimbo will respond normally again.


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Re: Yojimbo Notes

2008-01-28 Thread Patrick Woolsey
John Stephens [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

[...]
My problem is when I paste formatted text into a plain text note.
Doing this in TextEdit and other text editors I use begets plain
text, which is what I want. In order to do this in Yojimbo, I have to
press Shift-Alt-Command-V (Paste And Match Style), which may be
Apple's punishment for trying to use keyboard commands. I'd like to
get a behavior like what I have in TextEdit, where I can paste in
text and remove the formatting. I couldn't find a preference pane
that dealt with this. Any ideas?


Although there's no direct option to paste plain text, you can apply
Format - Remove Formatting subsequently to get the same effect.


(FWIW, since I often need to 'paste plain text' in different apps, I've set
up a Keyboard Maestro action mapped to Cmd-Shift-V, but there are plenty of
other ways to skin the same beast :-), e.g. Plain Clip.app, probably
QuickSilver or LaunchBar, or any of the autotyper tools like TextExpander
or TypeIt4Me with a plain-text shortcut for the clipboard contents.)


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Re: Scrapping Synced libraries and starting over?

2007-12-20 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Although specific sync problems may still occur, we are not currently aware
of any general syncing issues related to either Yojimbo 1.5 *or* to Leopard.

If you've already contacted us, thanks and we appreciate your patience.

If you are having syncing trouble and have not contacted us, please do; we
can't help unless we're aware it's needed. :-)

Finally, please bear in mind that as always, the plural of anecdote is
not data. :-)


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Re: Scrapping Synced libraries and starting over?

2007-12-20 Thread Patrick Woolsey
JohanStrandberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

 Finally, please bear in mind that as always, the plural of anecdote is
 not data. :-)

Well. There is nothing anecdotal about what I have written above. I am
strictly writing about my personal first hand experiences. Frankly,
they suck enough as they are without knowing that others might have
similar experiences.

I will do what it takes to provide you with additional hard data, but
I do not appreciate being dismissed as just passing along anecdotes
about my problems.


My observation was not directed at any particular individual situation,
and I regret if you took it as such.

Rather, I mean that as a reminder that although specific problems may  do
arise from various sources, their existence does not automatically
imply there is a general issue.

Or, to put it more concretely, even if I got a flat tire this morning,
that doesn't mean everyone else driving in to work is likely to. :-)


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[admin] Re: Time Machine?

2007-10-31 Thread Patrick Woolsey
In order to keep this topic relevant, I ask that you all please hold off
for a bit and we'll post info soon.


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Re: Invalid Parameters?

2007-08-13 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Bobbie [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:
[...]
A new user e-mailed me a ZIP archive containing a Web archive exported
from her Yojimbo. As received here, the export is an RTFD file. The ZIP
has the unlikely file name Unknown Parameter Value.

[...]
Is this incompatibility of the Yojimbo export with Mailsmith a bug, a
feature, or a quantum mechanical act? Or could it be that the user somehow
extracted the Web archive incorrectly from Yojimbo?


It's a function of the document format; an RTFD document is not a file but
a package (folder), and thus can't be attached directly to a message.


(PS: Since a web archive is a monolithic file, if you got an RTFD, either
the original item wasn't a web archive, or some sort of conversion must
have taken place after the item was exported from Yojimbo--possibly during
creation by StuffIt but I don't have a copy to hand right now to check
either. :)


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[admin] Re: Mark/Space Notes Sync Error

2007-08-06 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Alex Nonnemacher [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

I understand, however, from posing my own support issue to Mark/
Space, that BareBones wrote the conduit that syncs Yojimbo. I don't
know if that's true, but the support person suggested a number of
steps and, failing those, he suggested that I contact Barebones.

[...]

That is not the case, and I believe they're sorted out on the matter now(*)
so if you're having trouble using Missing Sync, please contact Mark/Space
for assistance.


(*: if anyone from now on gets the same inaccurate info as Alex did, please
contact me directly.)


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Re: Yojimbo - Treo. Works. Now.

2007-06-12 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Andrew Broman [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

I've heard concerns about data loss when moving to Missing Sync. Have
you had any problems?

Also, other than Yojimbo, is it worth the steep price?


FWIW, I've used Missing Sync with a Treo (and its predecessors :) for quite
some time.

With the caveat that I haven't tried the current version's Yojimbo note
syncing yet :-), Missing Sync works well for me overall -- the only issue
I've had is that sometimes contact details get miscategorized (e.g. a
'home' address being relabelled as 'work').


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Re: Folders/Tag-collections

2007-05-24 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Niels Kobschätzki [EMAIL PROTECTED]  sez:

[...]
Please - offer an or and a - (for excluding tags in the search)
-- I want to do searches like japan or china  economicsŠ and
there would be even more differentiated searches i want to doŠ like a
search which gives me any combination of japan, china and economics,


At present, compound searching isn't on the feature horizon, although as
we've previously mentioned, smart collections, once available, will allow
gathering items in this fashion.


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Re: Goodbye to Yojimbo

2007-05-14 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Don Truett [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

[...]
My last 3 Emails for support of my issues have gone unanswered over a
period of two weeks. I still have issues that make Yojimbo unusable for
me. Synching doesn't via .Mac doesn't even begin to work, although I've
used the Terminal commands I was given and reset/merged the data. Items I
delete still show up in the
usernameLibraryCachesMetadatacom.barebones.yojimbo folder
Sometimes when I click on a Library item, it doesn't show up in the viewer
window - the last item viewed stays there and refuses to budge.
Seems like tech support gives you an attempt or two, then gives up on you.


I apologize to Don for the delays in getting back to him.

Although we never give up on addressing reported issues, because of the
complexities involved with syncing (i.e. a lot of stuff outside Yojimbo is
also involved), addressing such problems can be very difficult.
Accordingly, we appreciate your patience while we work through such matters.


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

2007-05-04 Thread Patrick Woolsey
VLCofA [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

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 every other way, requires that
we SELECT then COPY the text before we grab it. Any thoughts?


Just about every application supports copying, whereas there are many
commonly-used apps which don't support getting the selected text.

Thus, Yojimbo uses the clipboard to make collecting data as consistent and
reliable as possible.


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Re: clog-files on iDisk

2007-04-20 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Niels Kobschätzki [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

Just wanted to ask what those files in /Volumes/iDisk/Library/
Application Support/SyncServices/Schemas/
com.barebones.yojimbo.yojimbodata are doing and if I can delete them
(or at least delete them up to some point - earliest fils are
pointing back to the beginning of march)


That's sync data, and deleting it is not a good idea. :-)



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Re: clog-files on iDisk

2007-04-20 Thread Patrick Woolsey
you wrote:
[...]

wow - you need 24 MB of sync-data for a 40 MB-database?
How much do ppl need with *big* databases?


Sync Services stores a copy of the data from every sync-able app  (Address
Book/iCal/Safari/Yojimbo/etc.) on the .Mac server. That's just how the sync
mechanism works. :-)

(This is also why you can populate a newly set-up machine, or reset the
info on an existing machine, with info from .Mac.)


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Re: clog-files on iDisk

2007-04-20 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Chris Porter [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[...]
perhaps what's being asked is why there are so many of these files, not just
the most recent one. I've got six of the files on my dotMac, ranging in size
from 27MB to 850K. Can the older ones be removed?


No :-) since:

 That's sync data, and deleting it is not a good idea. :-)



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Re: Key Missing Features

2007-04-13 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Daniel Lord [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

[...]
1. Full Synchornization: when I sync Yojimbo between my laptop and
desktop, only data is synchronized. My tags and collections are not--

Yojimbo's syncing does encompass the properties of all items you've stored
including comments, labels, tags and collections.

Only display and preference choices related to the app on the machine where
it's run (e.g. window sizes, column widths, collection icon size, which
smart collections are shown) are not synced.


   Aside: as rich as Cocoa/ObjC is, it is a monolithic architecture
tied to one minority platform and I shun it for that reason alone. [...]

There are many places where matters of platform and architecture are
apropos  regularly discussed, but these are not specifically germane to
Yojimbo.


2. Hierarchical categorization: why is there just one 'flat file' level to
the folders and collections? You have a powerful search which pierces to
most arcane and labyrinthine of hierarchies and categorizations? So why

http://www.listsearch.com/Yojimbo/Message/index.lasso?811


3. HTMl Export: I use Yojimbo to make notebooks on subjects I am
researching, projects I am outlining, and to collect data for reference.
As the Yojimbo data base grows it becomes ungainly and when a topic is
complete and mostly read-only, I'd like to be able to export it to HTML to
host it on my local web (built in to OS X Users account) for easy
reference in a read-only mode.

If you can provide any specific example(s) along these lines, please do
submit a suggestion to [EMAIL PROTECTED] so that we can log it for
future consideration.


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Re: Refresh / Update / Reload Web Archive

2007-04-13 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Patrick Gilmour [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

Boo Hoo. No one got a reply for me?
Sniff.


Sorry, the reply delivery truck got delayed by yesterday's slush storm and
just showed up @ the loading dock this evening... :-)


On Apr 11, 2007, at 11:47 AM, Patrick Gilmour wrote:

 I have several online timetables stored as Web Archives that now
 need to be updated as the timetables have changed.

 Is there any way to do this easily or do I need to return to the
 URL, create a new Web Archive and then delete the old one?

You'll need to return to that URL, create a new web archive, and (if
desired) delete the old one.

Please bear in mind that web archives are *not* browsers :-) but instead
are essentially static documents like PDFs--just with a different emphasis
on how  their content is rendered.


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Re: Yojimbo and PDF files (wish list).

2007-04-08 Thread Patrick Woolsey
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2-For storing a catalogue of PDFs, for example all my design/print
output PDFs. These are larger files and there are a whole lot more of
them. For the minute, I'm not using YJ for this. I would like to but I
don't think BareBones designed the software for this type of function.
[...]

That's correct. :-)

If you need to handle large quantities of large PDFs, you'll want a media
catalog/file manager as this is quite a different sort of task from those
Yojimbo tackles.



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Re: Feature Request: Nested Tag Collections

2007-04-08 Thread Patrick Woolsey

http://www.listsearch.com/Yojimbo/Message/index.lasso?811


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Re: Feature Request: or-condition in Tag collections

2007-04-08 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Niels Kobschätzki [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

Right now tag-collections only have an and-condition (matches all
of these tags), I'd like to see an or-condition (can match any of
these tags).


As we've mentioned before :-), we will be adding support for user-definable
smart collections in a future version, and those will allow such criteria.

Tag collections in their current form won't change, so that we can add
support for tagging items via drag  drop in future.


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[admin] Re: Application reviews by Melodie Neal

2007-04-04 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Before this already-skeletal equine is reduced to dust :-), may I
recommend referring to the extensive discussions about nested folders
in the list archives, perusal of which also won't fill up everyone
else's mailbox... :-).


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Re: Upgrade Info?

2007-03-19 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Richard Johnston [EMAIL PROTECTED] sez:

Does anyone know if the next major upgrade will be free for
registered users. I don't know what Bare Bones' policy is in this
regard. If something is imminent - perhaps to coincide with Leopard I
would rather wait but it will be hard to do without it.


Although we cannot speculate about timing or other details for any future
releases, you needn't be concerned about Leopard compatibility; if
necessary, we will provide an update for all current customers.


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[ANN] Yojimbo 1.4.2 now available

2007-03-14 Thread Patrick Woolsey
Good afternoon all,

We have just released Yojimbo 1.4.2.

This is a focused update to work around the issue in last week's QuickTime
7.1.5 release which would cause a crash during playback of Yojimbo's Quick
Start movie.

As usual, you can get the update from:

http://www.barebones.com/support/updates.shtml


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