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Tuesday Tip: What did I clip?

If you use our browser extension, Clip To DEVONthink, you’ll see a notification after a successful clip. If you check the Notification Center, the icon of three lines on the right side of the menubar at the top of your screen, you can see a record of those clips. Up to a week’s worth should be available to browse. In High Sierra, clicking on the message should open the record in DEVONthink. And for those who are curious: whether to...

Tuesday Tip: Highlighting the web

Webarchive with highlighting

Highlighting is a tried-and-true method of isolating details in a body of text. At a glance, more important information is easily distinguished from the less important content. Many people know you can highlight passages in PDF files. But many people also clip a lot of web content — web archives, formatted notes, and HTML pages — and still have the need for highlighting. DEVONthink has that option covered too. When you’re reading a clipped web page in DEVONthink, select some text...

Wednesday Tip: Clip To DEVONthink — in DEVONthink

Many people use the DEVONthink browser extensions to clip information from web pages into their DEVONthink databases. We have extensions (or add-ons, different name but the same thing) for Safari, Google Chrome, and Firefox. You may already know DEVONthink has built-in web browsing. Add a bookmark to your database, select it, and you are browsing the web just like any other browser. But what if you want to capture a web page like you can in your favorite browser? You may...

When Chrome doesn’t like Clip to DEVONthink

Even though Google Chrome probably shares more information with its maker than you like, it also does a lot to protect you from the (other) bad guys — and sometimes also the good ones. If our Clip to DEVONthink browser extension doesn’t seem to work in your copy of Chrome and just reloads the browser contents when you click its icon in the toolbar, here’s a possible cure: You need to edit the file ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Local State. First close Google Chrome (important!). Then...

Clip to DEVONthink updated for Retina displays

Using the Clip to DEVONthink Safari extension you easily capture web pages to your DEVONthink database with a single click or keystroke. We have today updated the extension for Retina displays and corrected an issue that prevents the current version 1.2.1 from automatically updating itself. If you own a MacBook with Retina display this update is for you! Download the new version 1.2.2 by clicking here and install it by double-clicking the downloaded file. Check with Safari > Preferences > Extensions if an older version...