Re: [ANN] Yojimbo Tag Cleanup

2008-04-01 Thread Steven Huey
with Yojimbo's tags? Thanks, Steve From: Douglas Stetner [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: March 30, 2008 6:42:09 AM EDT Subject: Re: [ANN] Yojimbo Tag Cleanup Steven, I have posted you an example of it incorrectly showing a used tag as deletable. On 28/03/2008, at 07:35, Steven Huey wrote: I just

Re: [ANN] Yojimbo Tag Cleanup

2008-04-01 Thread Douglas Stetner
Steve, thanks for letting me know how it worked which showed what my problem was. I had wanted to be sure nobody deleted a tag that was in use, and as Steve says, it was really a spotlight index problem. That said, the spotlight index *can* be wrong and cause you to remove a good tag. I

Re: [ANN] Yojimbo Tag Cleanup

2008-04-01 Thread Steve Kalkwarf
Other than iterating through each database item using AppleScript and searching manually through it's list of tags to find abandoned tags, does anyone have any other AppleScript suggestions for how to find unused tags? Or any ideas why his Spotlight index wasn't up to date with Yojimbo's tags?

Re: [ANN] Yojimbo Tag Cleanup

2008-04-01 Thread Steven Huey
Steve, That works perfectly - thanks! I'll update the app to use that instead of mdfind. I'll send out another announcement when I've got it running. - Steve On Apr 1, 2008, at 10:12 AM, Steve Kalkwarf wrote: Other than iterating through each database item using AppleScript and searching

[ANN] Yojimbo Tag Cleanup 1.1

2008-04-01 Thread Steven Huey
I just released Yojimbo Tag Cleanup 1.1 that uses the AppleScript Steve Kalkwarf provided for finding abandoned tags instead of the mdfind command. If you downloaded 1.0, I really recommend downloading the new version since it's much more reliable. Thanks again to Doug Stetner and Steve

Re: [ANN] Yojimbo Tag Cleanup

2008-03-30 Thread Douglas Stetner
Steven, I have posted you an example of it incorrectly showing a used tag as deletable. On 28/03/2008, at 07:35, Steven Huey wrote: I just posted a simple app that displays a list of your Yojimbo tags that aren't assigned to any of your Yojimbo database items, and then lets you delete

[ANN] Yojimbo Tag Cleanup

2008-03-27 Thread Steven Huey
I just posted a simple app that displays a list of your Yojimbo tags that aren't assigned to any of your Yojimbo database items, and then lets you delete those tags. It's kind of a hack, and is a mix of Cocoa, AppleScript, and some calls to mdfind using NSTask, but it works well for me and