[OS X TeX] Survey about TeXShop feature use.

Adam R. Maxwell amaxwell at mac.com
Wed Jul 4 04:25:20 CEST 2007

On Jul 3, 2007, at 19:08, Scott Murman wrote:

>>>> - itunes/iphoto like interface which contains database of all  
>>>> papers
>>> Look at BibDesk and/or Skim.
>> Also, look at Yep.
> i'd like to be able to view and open the tex documents directly, so  
> i can cut-n-paste between docs, etc..

Does a saved search in Finder work for you?  That would let you browse  
TeX files, although you'd have to open them in another program for  

> the itunes interface allows folders and smart folders, and could be  
> a real boon for not only organizing full documents but short notes  
> and examples.

At the risk of pointing out the obvious, BibDesk also supports folders  
and smart folders (we call them groups), and you can attach multiple  
files/folders/annotations to a single reference, which could be any  
kind of document.  You'd be able to search all of these attached files  
by content, as well.


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