Bare Bones Software Releases Yojimbo 1.3, now with Tagging

November 9, 2006

Bare Bones Software, developer of leading-edge power tools for Mac OS X, today released Yojimbo 1.3, the effortless information organizer, now with tagging for powerful grouping and retrieval of items stored in Yojimbo. Yojimbo
1.3 is also a maintenance release that fixes reported issues and adds several significant refinements to this reliable, effortless information organizer.

The new tagging system in Yojimbo 1.3 supports single- and multi-word tags, and Tag Collections. Customers can create and edit tags via the Quick Input Panel or the Inspector palette, as well as inside an item’s Item Details bar. Items can be located by tag using the application-wide search field, or gathered together by items with tags in common as a Tag Collection. Yojimbo 1.3 also supports assigning tags to items via AppleScript.

Yojimbo 1.3 introduces a new Item Details bar, which supplants the Encryption bar, with expanded capabilities to manage tagging, renaming and encryption functions in one location.

Version 1.3 adds several new options for Keychain access letting customers streamline their workflow. Note items can now contain tables and lists. Command-clicking a link within a web archive now opens the linked page in the background in your preferred web browser. The web archive viewer includes two new contextual menu commands and a status bar displaying the target link.

Yojimbo 1.3 requires Mac OS X 10.4.3 or later and is available free of charge to all registered Yojimbo customers. An update is available for download from the Bare Bones Software web site:


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