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  1. Bookends is an excellent bibliographic/research manager for macOS. This Alfred workflow curates 11 tools together in one interface to interact with Bookends and other apps. You can use Alfred keywords (be…) and/or bind your preferred key combination to trigger these directly. It has been designed for Alfred 3, and should keep itself up-to-date using OneUpdater. More Information… —<>— Download Directly… key: ?: select some text in another app then trigger tool — ?: select reference(s) within Bookends then trigger tool — ⌨️: trigger tool and ent
  2. Bookends is terrific manager of bibliographic information, the best reference manager on the market, imho. One thing that makes it great is that it understands AppleScript. I've been working on several scripts for about a year now, tweaking them and adding capabilities, and I've ended up with four scripts with which I'm really pleased. Creating footnotes and bibliographies fast and without hassle is their main purpose, but they do a few other things as well. Script 1 creates a footnote or bibliographic entry. Script 2 is for consulting the notes of a Bookends reference. Script 3 crea
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