[OS X TeX] \includepdf{} and DEVONthink Pro Office

Tim Lahey tim.lahey at gmail.com
Tue Jan 28 21:19:05 CET 2014


You'll need to use the item path. You can find where it is in Finder by right-clicking on the item in DEVONthink Pro. What I usually do is have DEVONthink index a folder if it's something I'd want to include in LaTeX. That way, I know exactly where it is already. But, for things just in the database, right-click and pick "Show in Finder" to find the path.

Hope this helps. 


Tim Lahey

On 2014-01-28, at 3:00 PM, <macosx-tex-request at email.esm.psu.edu> wrote:

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> Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2014 16:33:55 +0100
> From: RA Friedrich Vosberg <fv at meinrechtsanwalt.com>
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> Subject: [OS X TeX] \includepdf{} and DEVONthink Pro Office
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> Morning.
> Does somebody here work with LaTeX and DEVONthink Pro Office?
> If so: Why it isn?t possible to include in a document a PDF file which is saved in a database of DEVONthink Pro Office? If I use the URL of such a file, e.g. \includepdf{x-devonthink-item://<E012F657AF22354DAC71F70EA0131EA0ACCD6C@EXCHANGE02.hbml.local>} produces an error. But other applications, like BusyCal.app, Mail.app, can handle such links.
> Kind regards, Friedrich

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