Re: Product Support?

2008-04-24 Thread Robert Occhialini Jr.


On Apr 24, 2008, at 11:15 AM, Elio Grieco wrote:

Am I missing something or is there not an actual support email  
address or form for Yojimbo?






Support for all their products is [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Robert Occhialini

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Re: Time to change the data store to play with time machine?

2008-04-05 Thread Robert Occhialini Jr.


On Apr 5, 2008, at 5:45 PM, Doug Ransom wrote:



On 4-Apr-08, at 3:02 PM, Rich Siegel wrote:

I suggest BareBones consider moving their data store out of the  
sqlite

database and store Yojimbo entries onto the file system.  The time
machine backups are getting rather large when the whole database is
backed up.


At the risk of sounding like a broken record, Yojimbo uses Core  
Data, which is a subsystem supplied by the OS for precisely the  
sort of data storage needs that Yojimbo has. The fact that Core  
Data uses sqlite is an implementation detail and is, by design,  
abstracted away from Core Data clients.


Since Core Data is a fundamental part of the OS, we leave it to  
Apple to make sure that it plays nicely with other relevant OS  
components. Since Time Machine is brand new and there are still  
lots of angles to figure out, I have every confidence that in the  
long term, Time Machine will evolve as necessary to accommodate the  
needs of Core Data clients.



From and uses perspective, Yojimbo is clearly missing the need for  
integration with state of the art backup available in Leopard -  
files that are changed are backed up.   I am really not interested  
in whether you built Yobjimbo with CoreData and XML and C# and some  
thread pools or whatever. Leopard has been out a long time.



Doug


Leopard has been out a long time ?  Less than a year is not a long  
time, unless you are a toddler.


I suspect you did not read Rich's reply carefully, or you did not  
understand it.   Bare Bones built Yojimbo on top of Apple's  
technologies.  It's reasonable for them to expect that Apple's  
subsequent technologies would be compatible or will be eventually made  
to be compatible.


If you aren't interested in reading the answer, why did you ask the  
question in the first place?  You were technologically prescriptive in  
your question, and then you get angry because their answer is explicit?


I think that Rich's response was appropriate.  You are starting to  
sound like you want a pony.


Thanks

Robert Occhialini

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How do I add supported extensions

2008-02-26 Thread Robert Occhialini Jr.

I occasionally drag xml files to Yojimbo for later reference.

I am working with some Web Services today, and notice that Yojimbo  
doesn't recognize .wsdl files as xml files.  Is there a way to add  
that extension to Yojimbo's supported file types, since it's plain  
oldeā„¢ xml?


Thanks

Robert
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Lazyemaillist Question

2008-02-15 Thread Robert Occhialini Jr.
In an attempt to be lazy, does anyone have an Applescript to pull in a  
list of unarchived urls from del.icio.us and archive them in Yojimbo?


I wrote a similar script for DevonThink, but would like to use Yojimbo  
to route some stories too.


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Question: Tag Case

2008-02-15 Thread Robert Occhialini Jr.

Tags in Yojimbo are case insensitive, correct?

If so, why does the app insist on lowercasing the first letter of tags  
I input manually?


Robert Occhialini

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Question about Mail Message Drop Dock Behavior

2008-01-02 Thread Robert Occhialini Jr.

I have a question about mail message drop dock behavior.

I use two mail clients on my machine, Entourage for work email and  
Mail.app for personal email.  Dragging a message from each of these to  
the Drop Dock results in a different behavior from Yojimbo.  I don't  
see any easy way to make it so that both do the same thing, which is  
the behavior that I want.


1) Entourage:  I drag a mail message to Yojimbo Drop Dock.  This  
results in a note object with the header+body of the email in the note  
text.  Awesome.  What I want.


2) Mail.app:  I drag mail message to Yojimbo Drop Dock.  This results  
in a Bookmark object.  Not what I want.  I also have the When  
Handling URL's  preference set to Web Archives


Isn't this bookmark a URL?  If so, shouldn't this behavior respect the  
preference for URL's?  I delete email, so I want to make a Yojimbo  
copy of it.


For now I will just keep copying the entire body text.  The issue with  
that is that it loses the context I would have gotten from the header  
information.  That context is critical in my opinion.


Anyone have a workaround or other method to accomplish what I am  
trying to do?


RO
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Re: Lost F6 for activating Yojimbo on Leopard

2007-11-05 Thread Robert Occhialini Jr.
Out of curiosity, I just tried this on my machine, and it worked fine,  
without the error you are getting.


Yojimbo 1.4.2
Leopard

Maybe you have something configured differently?

Robert


On Nov 4, 2007, at 8:16 PM, Ken G. Brown wrote:

When running Yojimbo on Leopard, I've lost the ability to hit F6 to  
activate Yojimbo.
When I try to set Hot Keys in Yojimbo Preferences, I get the  
following in the Console, and I cannot close the Preferences, but I  
can Quit.


Yojimbo[1553] *** -[NSCFString appendString:]: nil argument

I am unable to restore the F6 Yojimbo activation.

Any work around?

Thx,
Ken G. Brown

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Re: Using Yojimbo with Spaces

2007-11-02 Thread Robert Occhialini Jr.

On Nov 1, 2007, at 1:01 PM, Gabriel Schwartz wrote:




6) Restart Yojimbo, and the drop dock should be now be available  
from all your Spaces (it is for me, at least!)






Is the same true for the Quick Input Panel?  (Not running Spaces yet.)

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Quick Input Panel

2007-11-02 Thread Robert Occhialini Jr.
I read through this list's charter, and I think I am staying within  
bounds by starting this conversation.  If I am not inbounds, I  
apologize.


I have owned Yojimbo since it's release, but adopted it very slowly.  
Iit has now basically become the main application I use to manage  
transient information on my primary work computer.  (I use Devonthink  
to manage long term storage of information.)  The main reason that  
Yojimbo won for the day to day use was the tagging infrastructure.   
However, the way things are currently set up, I typically have  
information that I have added during the course of the day, and then  
have to go through all the new stuff and tag it.


I would love it if the quick input dock also included tag entry.  It  
would save me an extra step on literally every piece of textual  
information that I enter into Yojimbo.   I understand that with things  
like Web archives and pdf's I would still have to do step two.


A second addition that would be very helpful to me, personally, would  
be the ability to have tags added to items automatically by placing  
them in a collection.


I know that Bare Bones does not discuss future versions, features of  
future versions etc.  I am, however, curious if other users think  
these suggestions make sense, or if I am using the app in a different  
manner than others.  My use is totally dependent on the tagging  
infrastructure.


Thanks

Robert Occhialini

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