If we have a DEVONthink link on the clipboard, say:
and then make a bookmark from it using either command-N (new from clipboard) or Data> New > Bookmark, the resulting “bookmark” document is not really a bookmark. Nothing happens when it is clicked [size=75][/size]. It would be useful if it were an actually bookmark – clicking it would open the DEVONthink document at the beginning, or the DEVONthink document at the page indicated (the example above). Yes, these bookmarks can be pasted into RTF or other documents and clicked there – which is the venerable way of doing annotations. I’m suggesting more than that – making the stand-alone bookmark document that contains an internal bookmark act like a “real” bookmark.
[size=70] There’s a minor exception – if the bookmark document is selected and the Info panel displayed, then clicking the “@” notation next to the “URL” section will open the document and/or the bookmarked page. IMO, that’s too much clicking to be useful.[/size]
Double-clicking on the document does work here for me. However, while double-clicking does open the referenced file, command-o or right-click>Open just opens the bookmark. For consistency in the UX, shouldn’t double-clicking on a document and opening the document (using either a shortcut or menu command) always result in the same behavior?