Re: Save PDF to Yojimbo and file

2007-07-22 Thread Henry Oh
Many thanks Mark. I have been looking for something like this. I'm encountering a strange problem with the script though. When I run it in Safari, I get the following error: Error while printing. I look in Yojimbo, and the pdf is there and it is named and tagged appropriately. I noticed that

Fixed: Save PDF to Yojimbo and file

2007-07-22 Thread Henry Oh
I actually went back to Kenneth Kirksey's original script and the error went away in Safari. I didn't want the tag or collection selection features anyway. Here is what I used: on open (theFile) set restoreDelimiters to AppleScript's text item delimiters set AppleScript's text

Re: Save PDF to Yojimbo and file

2007-07-21 Thread Mark F
I have figured out how to get Yojimbo to add the PDF to multiple folder collections (see below). Does anyone know how I could also encrypt the PDF in applescript as well? [code] -- -- Save PDF to Yojimbo and Tag -- -- Allows you to rename

Re: Save PDF to Yojimbo and file

2007-07-17 Thread Mark F
Hi there! These scripts are great! 1) Could you get it so you could select *multiple folder collections* (like in Kenneth Kirksey's script where he allows you to select multiple *tags*)? 2) How could you get the script to prompt you whether you would like to encrypt the PDF as well? I

Re: Save PDF to Yojimbo and file

2007-05-30 Thread Patrick Gilmour
Kenneth (and Steve), Many thanks - this is a great addition. I was wondering if it would be possible to tweak the script so that if the Name field was left blank it would use the Yojimbo default name (web pages usually have the correct Title tag and it would be painful to have to retype

Re: Save PDF to Yojimbo and file

2007-05-30 Thread Kenneth Kirksey
On May 30, 2007, at 5:49 PM, Patrick Gilmour wrote: I was wondering if it would be possible to tweak the script so that if the Name field was left blank it would use the Yojimbo default name (web pages usually have the correct Title tag and it would be painful to have to retype this).