Tinderbox can now automatically import selected groups of records from DEVONthink Pro (and DEVONthink Pro Office).
To connect Tinderbox to a DEVONthink group, create a root level container (and it can only be at root level) to hold the imported notes. Set the container's $DEVONthinkGroup attribute to the unique DEVONthink ID of the group to be imported (this is the group's Item ID).
Multiple groups are supported, i.e. more than one (root level) watched DEVONThink group, but be mindful that excessive such mapping may affect performance.
From v8.7.1, the Watch set-up uses the DEVONthink group picker.
NOTE: the watched group(s) feature is not a sync mechanism, but a method to pull current DEVONthink data into Tinderbox
The DEVONthink reference must be a group and not an individual item (if necessary, place a single item in its own group). Tinderbox will now automatically import or update that container whenever the TBX document is reopened, and periodically thereafter as part of the AutoFetch cycle.
The resulting imported notes inherit from a built-in prototype named "Imported From DEVONthink", making it easy to set common Displayed Attributes or visual appearance.
- Groups nested within the referenced group are not currently imported.
- Changes to the imported notes will not (yet) be propagated back to the to the DEVONthink application or to other devices.
- Notes created by watching DEVONthink are now read-only by default, inheriting $ReadOnly state from their 'Imported From DEVONthink' built-in prototype.
From v8.7.1, PDF documents dragged from DEVONthink are now imported as styled text if possible. Previously, they were imported as images.
From v8.8.0, Ziplinks are now interpreted when text is pasted in the view pane, or when files or DEVONthink items are imported by dragging them into a view. Ziplinks are not interpreted when $Ziplinks of the imported note is false. (Note that the built-in Imported from DEVONthink prototype in previous releases defaults to seting $Ziplinks false; if wanting want to import ziplinks from DEVONthink into older documents, check $Ziplinks is set to true. DEVONthink watch folders should interpret [[ziplinks]] found in source (i.e. DEVONthink) text files.