Re: Storing notes in separate files: Excessive?

2007-06-14 Thread Joel Reymont
On Jun 13, 2007, at 1:14 PM, Rich Siegel wrote: Yojimbo stores its data using the OS X Core Data system, which puts everything in a single database. It doesn't store any data in separate files. What's making you think that it does? I did a search for Yojimbo and discovered

Applescript to apply labels

2007-06-14 Thread Arvid Warnecke
Hello, I am new to Yojimbo and still trying to figure out if I'd like to use it. I found some interesting mail-to-yojimbo scripts on the list, that might help a lot. But I missed the possibility to add a label to that new note. All I tried I did not make it work myself. Is it possible to add a

Re: Storing notes in separate files: Excessive?

2007-06-14 Thread Joel Reymont
On Jun 13, 2007, at 1:14 PM, Rich Siegel wrote: Yojimbo stores its data using the OS X Core Data system, which puts everything in a single database. It doesn't store any data in separate files. What's making you think that it does? It has been explained to me that these files are exported

Re: moving the Yojimbo database

2007-06-14 Thread John Chandler
Thanks...that just occurred to me as I was laying in bed this morning that I hadn't done that. Worked great. On 6/13/07, Sebastian Stark [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 13.06.2007, at 12:24, Sebastian Stark wrote: Can someone point me in the right direction? Did you change the permissions of

Tag collections with optional tags

2007-06-14 Thread Arvid Warnecke
Hello, I have been wondering if there is a way to create a tag collection with tags that are possible but not necessary. I've been thinking of a 'database' collection for tags like 'oracle', 'postgres', 'mysql', 'dba' and others. So it would be possible to combine notes which don't have to have

Re: Tag collections with optional tags

2007-06-14 Thread Jim DeVona
If it was possible to use boolean terms in the tag collection definitions, that would be pretty handy. Then you could say to collect items tagged with 'oracle' or 'postgres' or 'mysql' or 'dba', etc. What I do for similar situations is use generic secondary tags, such as 'db' for database in