I hope this doesn't mean that development is being dropped on YoJimbo? After all, as nice as YoJimbo is, it desparately needs a few features added to make it a truly great research tool.
One feature I had hoped this might address is a backup function. YoJimbo can be used to store an awful lot of pages, and - to date - I know of no way to fully back up the internal YoJimbo information/links to an associated file folder of downloaded pages. Major oversight!
Does WebJimbo answer this problem, can anyone tell me? SyncTogether allows for YoJimbo sybncong, but not for appending/moving/combining YoJimbo internal data files, but not any actual stored files.
The documentation on WebJimbo is almost nonexistent. The installation assistant walks you through the confusing set up, but I couldn't find any other information about this application's features online, and I never did get it to work.
Not much on sales hype are these guys? How's about a good paragraph or two-long schpiel describing why I would want to shell out $25.00 for this, and how it differs from - or augments - YoJimbo. Come on on people, not everybody who uses YoJimbo is an HTML-programming BBEdit nerd. BareBones is one thing, we need more than 0 info (at least a memo!).
Confused... Hoping for a thorough backup solution before my data is lost forever.
PS. Thanks for YoJimbo, a great app...so far.