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Yojimbo Your effortless, reliable information organizer for Mac OS X Yojimbo makes keeping all the small (or even large) bits of information that pour in every day organized and accessible. It’s so simple, there is no learning curve. What’s new in Yojimbo 4? Yojimbo 4 introduces built-in support for syncing data among multiple Macs (paid subscription required), as well as support for fullscreen windows and Retina machines. For more information about Yojimbo 4, please see the What’s New page. What can I do with Yojimbo? There are as many uses for Yojimbo as there are users of it. Take a tour of Yojimbo Try the demo now! Watch an introductory movie Yojimbo highlights How do I get Yojimbo? Please visit our online store to purchase Yojimbo. Visit Our Store How much does Yojimbo cost? The following licenses are available: I already own an earlier version of Yojimbo. Buy Upgrade Now System Requirements Mac OS X 10.8.2 or later (10.8.5, 10.9.3 or later recommended) Related:  Outils et TinderboxSoftware_OS X

Taking the Information Plunge With Tinderbox Tinderbox from Eastgate Systems, Inc. is an information management application notorious for its long, steep learning curve. Almost any review you read will hammer that fact to the point that many people are sure it’s beyond their ability to master. This is going to be a review for them, actually for us — because I was one of them. I won’t deny that Tinderbox can be challenging. Screenshot 1: Planning a vacation with Tinderbox The “Tool for Notes” Eastgate calls Tinderbox “the tool for notes.” We’ll explore these two aspects of Tinderbox more a little further along in this review, but first I need to define just what makes up a Tinderbox note. Screenshot 2: Tinderbox note window defined. A data file in Tinderbox is called a document. One of the powerful features of Tinderbox is that you can create custom attributes to handle information specific to your needs. One other important point about notes before we move on. Outline View Screenshot 4: Tinderbox outline view Map View Putting It Together

The Big Mean Folder Machine for Mac OS X: Merge and Split Mac File Collections Splitting file collections into folder hierarchies This is one of the most commonly used features of the program. The basic steps are simple and you are guided through them by the program's assistant-style user interface. Select the folder(s) that contain(s) the files you want re-organize Select one splitting criteria per folder hierarchy level from the popup list Select a scheme to resolve file name conflicts (e.g. when two files in the same folder would have the same name, they need to be differentiated appending a number or letter to the end of their name). Select a destination folder Splitting file collections in batches This is useful for splitting large file collections into easy-to-manage "chunks". The basic steps are simple and the program's interface provides you with detailed information on each step: Merging several file collections in a single folder Sometimes, rather than needing to create a new file organization, you need to "un-wind" an existing one.

Isolator Isolator is a small menu bar application that helps you concentrate. When you're working on a document, and don't want to be distracted, turn on Isolator. It will cover up your desktop and all the icons on it, as well as the windows of all your other applications, so you can concentrate on the task in hand. Isolator is designed to stay out of your way, and so it isn't loaded with flashy features. However, it is customizable so you can get it to do exactly what you want. Options include: Hide the Dock when you activate Isolator (Mac OS X 10.5+ only)Customize the background window (including semi-transparency and blur)'Hide' background windows, as well as covering them up (they're just covered up by default)Customize the shortcut key (normally shift-command-i)Disable the menubar iconLeft-clicking the menubar icon can activate IsolatorAutomatically launch Isolator when you log in Get Isolator! Install Isolator by mounting the disk image and dragging Isolator to the Applications folder.

GTD Software Online for Getting Things Done » Vitalist » Tour Working with actions, projects, and contexts Vitalist is all about actions, projects, and contexts. Actions represent the things you need to get done. Projects are a group of related actions that accomplish a common goal. Organize Your Actions How You Want Vitalist for iPhone and mobile devices Vitalist allows you to be more productive on the go. Vitalist for mobile devices Integrating with other services Vitalist allows you to interact with your actions and projects in other ways besides just our web and mobile versions. There are many ways to get your actions into Vitalist as well. Print your lists to take them with you Use Vitalist with other useful services Share and collaborate with other Vitalist users Want to use Vitalist with others? Sharing and collaboration Questions about Vitalist or GTD? Feel free to send any questions you may have about Vitalist or GTD to support@vitalist.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Screencasts Tinderbox helps you visualize, analyze, and share your ideas. Download and try it. Screencasts This page features demonstrations and discussions of Tinderbox. Some are contributed by Tinderbox users, others were created at Eastgate, and still others record Tinderbox events and discussions. Philosopher Dominique Renauld has produced a fascinating series of short films on Tinderbox in the arts and humanities. Rechercher dans ses notes avec Tinderbox Taking notes with Tinderbox Tinderbox et les tags Prendre des notes de lectures avec Tinderbox 6 Taking a note with Alfred and Tinderbox Prendre des notes pour un article avec Tinderbox From Tinderbox to Scrivener Temporary notes with Tinderbox Taking a note with Tinderbox Thinking with Tinderbox Prendre une note de lecture avec Tinderbox Notes de lectures avec Tinderbox Personal Assistant Steve Zeoli has crafted a series of introductory lessons for Tinderbox. Introduction To Tinderbox Stamps and Agents Maps and Adornments Extending the Task Manager

Set for MS Office 2.2 (Mac OS X) Set for MS Office 2.2 Set for MS Office is the ultimate bundle of all designs for Word, PowerPoint, and Excel for Mac offered by Jumsoft. It gives numerous options for producing professional and exciting content ranging from striking themes for your slideshows to smart multi-layout templates for brochures and catalogs. Set for MS Office will make your work more streamlined and its outcomes more enjoyable. Set for MS Office contains a total of 7 sets of templates: 445 designs for Word, 71 themes for PowerPoint, and 15 spreadsheets for Excel. Once you have downloaded the application, you can open the included items in Word, PowerPoint, or Excel with just one click. * Requires MS Office for Mac 2011 or later What's New in v2.2 New User Interface. -69 templates for MS Word added Compatibility: OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor Code: ** ul.to ** ** rg.to **

The Tool For Notes A new era for Tinderbox: the tool for notes. Tinderbox 8 is now available with more than 150 visible improvements and lots of new technology. Hyperbolic Views let you explore complex link networks Filtered Outlines help you focus your attention Maps are faster, more elegant, and more responsive Brainstorm even more quickly: just drag a link to an empty space to create a new linked note Tinderbox is now scriptable and cooperates even more smoothly with even more tools. Whether you’re plotting your next thriller or writing your dissertation, designing a course, managing a legal practice, coordinating a campaign or planning a season of orchestral concerts, Tinderbox 8 will be your personal information assistant. Now available: Tinderbox 8.0.6 Tinderbox stores and organizes your notes, plans, and ideas. You can build Tinderbox documents that help organize themselves and that keep your data clean. The Tinderbox map view shows relationships and links among dozens or hundreds of notes. J. Prof.

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MyFourWalls 1.0.6 (Mac OS X) MyFourWalls 1.0.6 MyFourWalls is an easy-to-use home planning tool that lets you play with new design choices in an existing space or plan the entire interior of a new home. Take a 3D virtual house tour in real time to get an authentic impression of your new space. Create walls, doors, windows and stairs with the click of a mouse and start furnishing your rooms. MyFourWalls offers a huge furniture and materials collection. Switch between day and night mode and select individual lamps to switch on or off to compare different lighting options. Key points on MyFourWalls: - Use the wall tool to map out your floor plan in no time - Add doors, windows and stairs - Choose from a wide range of customizable furniture - Take a 3D tour of your home - Configure day and night time lighting - Unlimited number of floors - Roof editor Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later Code: ** ul.to || rg.to ** Password imojado loser

Tinderbox 5 : un outil pour écrire, ranger et voir ses notes - Rigasite Accueil > Le site & les outils informatiques > Tinderbox 5 : un outil pour écrire, ranger et voir ses notes mercredi 6 janvier 2010, par rigas Coup de chapeau pour un logiciel hors du commun. Mark Berstein (auteur de divers hypertextes géniaux) a mis sur le marché Tinderbox version 5. Ici, j’ai déjà mentionné Tinderbox. permet de prendre des notes créer facilement une hiérarchie, manipulable avec rapidité ( et plus facilement que le mode "plan" de Word !) toute l’info est facile à modifier (mieux qu’une base de donnée dont la structure est rigide) permet de faire des liens facilement permet de faire cartes visuelles des notes et des liens entre les notes permet de fabriquer des "clones" qui reproduisent la même info à des endroits différents (l’éternel problème du bibliothécaire et des catégories est ainsi résolu) comporte des outils d’exportation HTML puissants (il paraitrait qu’on peut aussi poster direct dans un blog Wordpress) Exemple de hiérarchie :

How to Install and Properly Remove Apps There are thousands of applications available for your Mac, but when it comes to installing them there seems to be a different method for every single one. With the exception of those in the Mac App Store, software on OS X is typically available in one of four formats: an app file (.app), a package (.pkg), a disc image (.dmg), or a ZIP file (.zip) with one of these inside. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to install and fully remove any app. We’ll go over doing the latter quickly with a third-party app (AppCleaner) and the more complicated approach of browsing for an app’s files. In this section, I’ll cover installing applications from all available consumer sources. I will not be discussing how to compile an app because it is much more advanced and requires developer skills. “DMG” is an acronym for “disc image”. Some developers include an alias (a linked folder) so you can quickly drag this file to the proper location without needing the sidebar in Finder. You’ve done it!

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