I’ve recently downloaded DT3 to my mac and, so far, love it. I’d like to assign my second seat to my PC-using husband. Is this possible?
We are glad to hear you’re liking what you see in DEVONthink!
We suggest you convert your husband to be a Mac user and he can have the second seat. Haha!
Note: We are Apple developers, so DEVONthink only runs on Macs, not on Windows, Linux, etc.
That’s what I was afraid of. There’s no converting him, so I bit the bullet and bought the server package.
That seems to work ok. He can log in and see needed docs. But there is one functionality problem I can’t figure out.
I have created a created a chapter outline within a formatted note. The outline has links to pdfs in other groups. The links work on my computer, but not on the server.
Is this a server problem? A PC problem? Can it be overcome?
There’s no converting him
I’ve been trying to convert my dad for years. He thinks Macs are cool and I let him unbox my last two MacBooks at his request, but he can’t bring himself to let his PC go.
I am noticing a bug in the link in the formatted note. I am filing a bug report with Development.
However, if the link is in a Markdown document or an HTML file, the file should load in the display.
Thanks for the response.
Now none of the links work – either on my mac or on the webserver.
Hoping this is because y’all are working on fixing the bug?
He could have bought a Mac, installed Parallels + Windows, took your second seat, sat next to you to learn how it all works, and had the best of all worlds.
There is no bug with links we are aware of. Hold the Option key and choose Help > Report bug to start a support ticket. Thanks.