Re: Folders/Tag-collections and workflows

2007-05-26 Thread Jason Davies
I've cracked it. I read academic articles in Acrobat (and mark them up with annotations). Then I load them into Yojimbo, tagged lightly. Then I get the 'link item' from Edit menu (stroke of genius) and drop that into BibDesk or Voodoopad for more organised retrieval. That way I get the best

Re: Folders/Tag-collections and workflows

2007-05-26 Thread Kenneth Kirksey
On May 26, 2007, at 10:48 AM, Jason Davies wrote: I read academic articles in Acrobat (and mark them up with annotations). Have you looked at Skim? http://skim-app.sourceforge.net/ I used to use Acrobat for annotations, but I've found Skim to be better. It's a much leaner application,

Feature Request: Annotations in Web Archives / Native Skim support

2007-05-26 Thread Niels Kobsch├Ątzki
Hi! I would really like to see an annotations-function for webarchives like the Firefox-Plugin Zotero (http://www.zotero.org/) is doing it (You can markup stuff in a webarchive you archived with it). In addition I would like to choose the external PDF-application. It would be real great