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Augmented Library (cmd-n)

Last updated on February 22, 2021

When reading in Reader, cmd-n opens the Notes dialog. Here the user can type freeform as well as click on Finder tags and choose if the document is interesting/not interesting. This information will be saved in the @visual-meta appendix for Notes, along with any highlights from the document. Cmd-n will open the same dialog if used again, not a new one.

Here the user will also be able to toggle to ‘Unread’ since the document will be set as ‘Read’ once last page has been viewed (experimentation needed).

This will then be used in the cmd-l library dialog.

Published inLiquid | Reader

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