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comment NeO outliner by d-lit forums/users
Thanks for your comment. I abandoned NeO before I got to know it because of the learning curve and the UI. Now I'm using OmniOutliner since it is easy to use and I can import outlines into OmniGraffle.
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revised Is there a tabbed PDF reader for Mac OS X?
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comment Location of “start at login” items?
Thanks for the tips, I already checked all these locations and can't find anything! Any other tips?
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comment Is there a tabbed PDF reader for Mac OS X?
I just downloaded the trial and tested, and unfortunately (for me at least), annotations are not saved to the PDF and are are not viewable in other PDF readers. This is too bad since I liked the tabs and library. By not saving annotations to the original, things like viewing annotations made on an iPad on the Mac and vice versa is not possible.
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comment Is there a tabbed PDF reader for Mac OS X?
Do you know if Clearview Reader saves annotations inside the PDF or in their own database? I read this on their home page: "Revisions will be saved in library database automatically, not on the original book files, so "save changes" prompt dialog won't appear in your smooth reading. Line, arrow, rectangle, ellipse, highlight, strike, underline, free text, comments - for PDF annotations;"
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comment Is there a tabbed PDF reader for Mac OS X?
Thanks for the suggestion. I recently started using Mendeley, but do not use it to annotate PDFs as Mendeley for synchronization reasons does not store annotations in the PDF, but rather in a separate database. This makes annotations un-portable. The same goes for for Skim sadly.