Hmm,
it doesn't have any \bibcite commands.
They all look like this:

\abx@aux@cite{Strathern:1980}
\abx@aux@segm{0}{0}{Strathern:1980}



Jan David Hauck, Ph.D.
Lecturer
Department of Anthropology
University of California, Los Angeles

On Fri, Apr 6, 2018 at 2:20 AM, Christiaan Hofman <cmhof...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> You should not drop the aux file on a single item, only drop on the whole
> table, ie the whole table should be highlighted.
>
> Does the aux file contain \bibcite commands? That's what we look for.
>
> Christiaan
>
> Op do 5 apr. 2018 23:02 schreef Jan David Hauck <jan.d.ha...@ucla.edu>:
>
>> This seems a great functionality, but I recently tried it and it did not
>> work.
>> You meant dragging and dropping the aux file onto the BibDesk window the
>> main table with entries, correct?
>> When I do this either nothing happens, or, when one entry is highlighted
>> the aux file is added as external file to that entry.  What am I doing
>> wrong?
>>
>> Jan David Hauck, Ph.D.
>> Lecturer
>> Department of Anthropology
>> University of California, Los Angeles
>>
>> On Fri, Mar 16, 2018 at 3:21 AM, Christiaan Hofman <cmhof...@gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> One way you can go is drop the .aux file on the main table. This will
>>> select the cited items in the table. You can then export as bibtex, while
>>> checking the selection option in the save panel.
>>>
>>> Christiaan
>>>
>>> Op 16 mrt. 2018 04:07 schreef "Lin, Eric X" <eric....@post.harvard.edu>:
>>>
>>>> sometimes, I want to create a static file of references from a paper
>>>> that I've written. Rather than go through my bibliography to see what cites
>>>> to manually add, I can use some of the aux files from the compilation
>>>> process to quickly generate a list of cite keys that have been used in the
>>>> paper. Is there a way to generate a static list in bibdesk based on this
>>>> list of cite keys (the cite keys correspond to the entries that I have
>>>> created in bibdesk?)?
>>>>
>>>> I can see one application of this is to quickly sort out which
>>>> citations I have actually used recently, by grabbing all the cite keys that
>>>> have appeared in my papers. Periodically, I could clean house on my bibdesk
>>>> and weed out citations that I just don't use.
>>>>
>>>> If anyone knows a way to do that, I would very much appreciate help in
>>>> figuring that out!
>>>>
>>>>
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