Thanks, guys—you’re amazing!
I meant a link on a webpage or even in a browser—I’ll be able to open a PDF in a Safari tab, but then struggle to easily import it to DevonThink.
I can use the Print dialogue “Save PDF to DEVONthink 3” but that paginates it into 8.5" x 11" format, which isn’t always ideal. I can “Save As…” from the Safari menu to my Downloads folder, then open with DT3—but it gets a bit tedious for something I do so often.
My issue with the Web Clipper using “PDF (Paginated)” is that it often doesn’t actually clip the full PDF—just part of the first page with black underneath. I recall your support telling me this was an issue with Apple’s “PDFkit” or something like that.
For an example, opening this link…
And clipping to PDF (Paginated), ends up importing this file to DT3 (with a screenshot:
(no title).pdf (848.0 KB)
The nice thing about the Download Manager is that it doesn’t create a file or paginate it, but simply downloads the linked file.
I did add a keyboard shortcut to open the Download Manager, so that’s a bit of an improvement.
I was just hoping there was a way to select a pdf’s http link, then use a single keyboard shortcut to add it to DevonTHINK’s Download Manager and begin the download—that would be amazing!
I so appreciate your help, as always!