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Old 03-30-2021, 03:21 PM   #5
MarjaE
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Yes.

I'm not sure whether to revive old threads or start new ones.

My ideal solution would create a project page which links to relevant pages of relevant files. So as I'm reading something realize this would be useful to another project I'd like to work on, I could open that project and create a link to that page.

I tried a couple apps, couldn't use them due to animation. I tried using url links. If I embedded them in rich text, I could open folders thast way, but not specific files, and if I used them in Terminal, I could open files but not specific pages with my current software. I probably could with Linux software such as Evince.

My current solution is to export relevant pages into a "bookmarks" folder for each project.
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