Re: yojimbo-module

2007-05-25 Thread Sebastian Stark


Hi Niels,

On 24.05.2007, at 23:17, Niels Kobschätzki wrote:


Hi!

Kerris last mail reminded me of the Yojimbo-module for Quicksilver.  
And I just tried to do a Command window with selection and add  
to yojimbo but I can't use Add to Yojimbo for a selected Finder- 
item; any idea what could fix that. And where can I ask for feature  
requests for the Quicksilver-module - here?


For me it works to select something in the Finder (file or folder)  
and the type command-Esc, which I think is a predefined trigger for  
command window with selection*. This pulls the current selection  
into quicksilver and gives me the ability to select add to yojimbo  
as the action.


The _nice_ thing about this is that this actually adds a bookmark  
that points to the file or folder. Perfect!


I would like to do the following: selct a pdf in Finder, Command  
window with selection (it's a QS-trigger in my case), tab, add to  
yojimbo, tab, add yojimbo-tags, tab, tags, enter (import to yojimbo  
with the tags))


Sorry, I don't understand what you mean. You can not manage yojimbo  
tags from withing quicksilver, as far as I know.



Sebastian

* you first need to disable the frontrow shortcut obviously


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Re: yojimbo-module

2007-05-25 Thread Sebastian Stark


On 25.05.2007, at 09:25, Niels Kobschätzki wrote:
The _nice_ thing about this is that this actually adds a bookmark  
that points to the file or folder. Perfect!


That's not really perfect for me - the great advantage for me in  
Yojimbo in comparison to stuff like Devonthink is that it syncs the  
stuff in your library.

Add to Yojimbo creates a bookmark - not very useful for local stuff.


Good point, personally I never used .mac sync. This would require me  
to 1) buy a .mac account and 2) buy another yojimbo license. I don't  
believe in the put EVERYTHING, including files, into your personal  
information manager strategy. In the end you find yourself misusing  
yojimbo as a file manager. On the other hand, it would certainly be  
nice to put SOME files into it from time to time.


btw., I think the archive to yojimbo is meant for URLs. At least it  
works with URLs.


Archive in Yojimbo seems not to function with PDFs (at least  
nothing happens)


I would like to do the following: selct a pdf in Finder, Command  
window with selection (it's a QS-trigger in my case), tab, add  
to yojimbo, tab, add yojimbo-tags, tab, tags, enter (import to  
yojimbo with the tags))


Sorry, I don't understand what you mean. You can not manage  
yojimbo tags from withing quicksilver, as far as I know.


And it would be great to do that.
I try to learn now AppleScript for trying to write an action via a  
script that will archive a pdf in yojimbo and which will present  
you a dialog for adding tags like the  
netnewswire_to_pukka_and_yojimbo-script does.


Let me know whan I can beta test :)
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Re: yojimbo-module

2007-05-25 Thread Sebastian Stark


On 25.05.2007, at 09:25, Niels Kobschätzki wrote:



Kerris last mail reminded me of the Yojimbo-module for  
Quicksilver. And I just tried to do a Command window with  
selection and add to yojimbo but I can't use Add to Yojimbo  
for a selected Finder-item; any idea what could fix that. And  
where can I ask for feature requests for the Quicksilver-module -  
here?


For me it works to select something in the Finder (file or folder)  
and the type command-Esc, which I think is a predefined trigger  
for command window with selection*. This pulls the current  
selection into quicksilver and gives me the ability to select add  
to yojimbo as the action.


cmd+esc doesn't work when you have FrontRow enabled - just disabled  
it and it seems that cmd+esc is different to the QS-trigger  
Command window with selection.

If I use cmd+esc I can use the yojimbo-triggers.


Hello again,

Just noticed: It's a real pity you can not drag non-text files or  
folders from Finder into the Yojimbo drop dock. It would be very  
convenient if you could add bookmarks to files or folders by dragging  
them into the drop dock. And since part of this functionality is  
already there it shouldn't be too hard to do.


And how does Yojimbo decide wether a file dragged into the dock is  
actually containing text? Seems like it's looking at the extension,  
because I can not do this with .css files.



Sebastian
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Re: yojimbo-module

2007-05-25 Thread infrahile
…you don't need an additional Yojimbo license. All flavors of  
Yojimbo license we sell allow use on multiple machines.



You'd never make it as a Used Car Salesman. ;o)

T.
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Re: yojimbo-module

2007-05-25 Thread Steve Kalkwarf
Good point, personally I never used .mac sync. This would 
require me to 1) buy a .mac account and 2) buy another yojimbo license.


While the .Mac requirement is true, you don't need an additional 
Yojimbo license. All flavors of Yojimbo license we sell allow 
use on multiple machines.


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Re: yojimbo-module

2007-05-25 Thread Sebastian Stark


On 25.05.2007, at 15:42, infrahile wrote:

…you don't need an additional Yojimbo license. All flavors of  
Yojimbo license we sell allow use on multiple machines.



You'd never make it as a Used Car Salesman. ;o)


Given that I do not own a single Yojimbo license yet (I'm still in  
demo mode) he actually did his best to convince me of a purchase :)

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Re: yojimbo-module

2007-05-25 Thread infrahile
…you don't need an additional Yojimbo license. All flavors of  
Yojimbo license we sell allow use on multiple machines.



You'd never make it as a Used Car Salesman. ;o)


Given that I do not own a single Yojimbo license yet (I'm still in  
demo mode) he actually did his best to convince me of a purchase :)

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Touché!

;o)
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