Yojimbo 1.3 released

Yojimbo 1.3

In February, we mentioned Yojimbo, a great bits and pieces organiser. Today, Bare Bones (famous for BBEdit) released Yojimbo 1.3 with handy new features.

New features in Yojimbo 1.3 includes tag support, tag search and tag collections; list and table formatting within notes, keychain support, item details bar and improved web archive handling.


Yojimbo is not a designed to be another text editor, but table features in notes can be handy from time to time.

table in Yojimbo 1.3 notes

If you are upgrading from previous version of Yojimbo, you will need to quit Yojimbo and preferably make a backup of your Yojimbo database before upgrading. Yojimbo 1.3 uses a new version of database which is not compatible with previous versions. (Yojimbo Backup ‘QuickPick’ allows you to make backups.)

upgrading to Yojimbo 1.3

.MacYojimbo works best with .Mac service. MacCentre701 provides Yojimbo Backup ‘QuickPick’ (free) for all Yojimbo users.

For more information about this new release, please see Yojimbo release notes.

Shareware available for 30 days.
single user US$39 (multiple machines)
family pack US$69 (up to 5 members, multiple machines)
educational US$29

Yojimbo (official home page)

Posted by Antony at November 10, 2006 7:00 AM

>> more MacCentre701 November 2006 reports.