I am a little new with DTPO but i am using more and more. I also enjoy Sente and thus far i search and retrieves PDF’s via this interface. I then attach Tags and notes in Sente. I would like to export all this information into DTPO to take advantage of its superior capabilities. Preferably each note in a separate folder with the appropriate tags and metadata linking to the reference in Sente.
Thanks for this. Have installed required components and it seems to work well if i select a single reference in Sente but a problem if i select multiple references. It seems to indicate i haven’t installed the relevant xml tools
I am seeing this too when I try to use the Smart Template for Sente 6
(I am not, however, seeing a problem with selecting multiple Sente 6 references using the applescript … Might be worth downloading a new copy which I uploaded today)
PS Might it be possible to extend the template to import snapshot graphic images in Sente notes ? (The script now does this, but I can certainly see the appeal of doing this through a template, especially if the importation of links can be fixed).
Thanks for new update of script. It seems to work only intermittently in my hands. I cannot select more than 5 references otherwise it seems to think the XML Tools.osax is not installed. Yet it works fine with one or two references selected.
Has there been any progress with the Reference (from Sente 6) template? It’s valuable just for its nice layout and the fact that it gives a complete bibliographic reference, but it would be even better if it gave a back link (I get “No citation identifier provided by Sente” every time).
No, our friends from Third Street Software did not respond to any of email in the recent … months. And without their help the back-link feature works for some records in Sente and not for others. Sorry.
Am in awe of DTP but still unsure of how to use it fully, especially when it comes to working with Sente. My basic question though is - should I store everything in Sente and index in DTP? Or due to DTP’s AI abilities, should I keep everything in DTP and duplicate info in Sente? I have under 1000 references in Sente at the moment, but will be doing much more research work over the summer, so I wanted to find a practical workflow using the two programs.