nontroppo wrote:That KM macro should work, it would be cool if you could get this to also work in KM; though there was a complaint about the performance, and Bookends can return a lot of records which may slow it all down. The developer did say he will make this native in the next version?
Well, it's not going to be me doing this since I decided to go all in (was holding out on the powerpack, but what the hell) and try to replicate the Alfred/ Pandoc/ Bookends / Scrivener workflow
And I have a question regarding this: do you know if one could also insert a URI (if bookends takes them) to the inserted cite-key? I saw another post where someone used a inline comment to get extra info, but I think it would be really cool if one could cite-while-you-write insert a MMD or pandoc cite-key that is followed by a URI linking back to the bookends entry (or the PDF) and is wrapped in an inline comment in Scrivener so it's ignored at compile stage...
Not sure if this is possible though