DEVONthink 2.9.13 with better decluttering and Markdown support

Today, in the heat of the summer, we’ve released another round of updates for DEVONthink and DEVONnote.

Clip to DEVONthink clutter-freeFor version 2.9.13 we’ve updated our decluttering service for clipping articles from the web. In addition we’ve rearranged a few menu commands for clarity and improved importing bookmarks from Google Chrome. If you work in science or education you might like that you can now copy references also from Bookends purchased in the Mac App Store.

Version 2.9.13 allows you to reference scripts from Markdown documents via the script tag so that you can use JavaScript libraries to pimp up your Markdown. Finally, both DEVONthink and DEVONnote get basic support for the Roccat web browser, open links, images, and frames in tabs more reliably, and verify databases faster. Click here to read the full press release.

We recommend these free updates to all users. Get them directly by using the apps’ update function or our Download page. If you purchased them in the Mac App Store you’ll receive them as soon as they’ve passed Apple’s review.

5 Responses to “DEVONthink 2.9.13 with better decluttering and Markdown support”

  1. Fred Zelders says:

    Could you please explain “improved importing bookmarks from Google Chrome”?

  2. Fred Zelders says:

    and please explain
    “allows you to reference scripts from Markdown documents via the script tag so that you can use JavaScript libraries to pimp up your Markdown.” too?

  3. @Fred Zelders: Importing bookmarks from Google Chrome works more reliably. And you can use the <script> tag to link to script files, e.g., a JavaScript library in your database to use it from a Markdown document (which allows mixing of Markdown and HTML).

  4. Lex says:

    I love this update. Now I have beautifully styled markdown pages because I include CSS styles for Markdown. The fact that now you can mix and match Markdown & HTML and use JS is huge for me as well.

    Question. Is there a way to include styles and JS globally for markdown files in a whole database or folder instead of file by file? Would be so so nice. Thanks.

  5. @Lex: No, there’s no global “include” for a common CSS or JS file at this moment.

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