Sat Mar 12, 2011 5:26 pm Post
Jeffrey Tyrrell wrote:What I would really like is help with academic work flow through integration with a referencing programme. I use Menderly (http://www.mendeley.com) which has a published API for this purpose but Bibtex would be just as useful.
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MimeticMouton wrote:The freeform corkboard is in a way like another view option--you can flip between it and the regular corkboard. Moving cards (ie, documents) in the freeform corkboard doesn't affect their place in the binder (or, consequently, in the regular corkboard or outliner) unless you specifically click a button to commit the order. In that case, the documents in the binder will be reordered according to criteria you select to match your freeform arrangement as much as possible, e.g. listing the cards starting at the top left and moving over and down. You can arrange cards in the freeform corkboard and leave them without committing their order, switching back to the regular corkboard or other views which still display the true binder arrangement, and then back to freeform without losing your custom arrangement.
So your binder organization always stays intact, and everything in the interface works as usual, but you get the additional option of special view where you can arrange a container's documents non-linearly. I find this a great place for brainstorming fiction, when I'm not ready to order things in list form yet but like to cluster related ideas as elements develop into scenes or events move around as I figure out how they're related. Freeform corkboard on the Mac works for viewing static Collections, too, so it's easy to pull together documents from all over your binder to view and move around together (without affecting their placement in the hierarchy).
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