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 of both worlds - it's in a 
very specific place and I can call it up when I need it.


It sounds like work but actually it works a lot better than when 
I used Devonthink with millions of folders. Everything 
disappeared into those carefully arranged folders.



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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, more responsive, uses less  
memory, and to me is easier to use for annotating PDFs than Acrobat.  
In fact, that's exactly what it was designed for. I've switched from  
Preview to Skim for my default PDF viewer, and I've got a script in  
Yojimbo to open PDFs from Yojimbo in Skim.




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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 if there was Skim-support - therefore having the  
annotations/notes right in Yojimbo (or at least let them stay with  
the file when I open a PDF from Yojimbo in Skim)


Niels

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