Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.8.2
Processor type(s) & speed: Intel, 64 bit
RAM minimum: N/A
Video RAM: N/A
What's New in Version 4.0.3:
Changes and Fixes
Starting Yojimbo with the Shift key held down will remove selection information from the internal saved state. This can be useful if you've gotten stuck because of a web archive that crashes the application.
Added informational text to the sync account signup panel to remind customers that they only need to set up a sync account to share data among multiple Macs (i.e. that it's not necessary to make an account to sync with Yojimbo for iPad).
Updated the sync help with an advisory about not using it for iPad sync, and removed stale references to iCloud.
Yojimbo now performs minimal sync logging by default; the log may be found in your home/Library/Logs/Yojimbo/ folder.
Fixed bug in which an internal exception occurred when non-importable PDFs were dropped on the application, so that the error wasn't reported as it should have been.
Fixed bug in which syncing did not correctly resume after changing the sync account password (using the "Change
Password" button) until the application had been quit and relaunched.
Fixed bug in which certain innocent client-side actions could cause the sync state on the server to become inconsistent, thus in turn causing syncing to stop. (This condition was most likely to occur when syncing large quantities of large items, but could happen for any given item under the right circumstances.)
Added an explicit NSSupportsAutomaticGraphicsSwitching=1 to the application plist, which may or may not be relevant.
Made changes to the internal sync handshaking, to resolve situations in which an item appeared to successfully upload, but (for reasons unknown) was not stored, leading to subsequent sync malfunctions.
More Info: http://www.barebones.com/products/yojimbo/
Yojimbo empowers Mac users to manage, effortlessly and securely, the onslaught of information encountered every day at work and at home, even across multiple computers. Yojimbo stores different data types: text notes, passwords, Web bookmarks, product serial numbers, PDFs, and Web archives.
Data input into Yojimbo follows familiar Mac user interface gestures such as copy-and-paste, drag-and-drop, a Quick Input Panel, or PDF Services from the Print menu. Searching and retrieval are instantaneous, using either Yojimbo's built-in search, or the Spotlight search system in OS X.