Actually, this feature request is a little bit complicated.
I am currently using Logseq to read references and get involved in scientific researches. I am comfortable with the PDF annotations linked to the PDF file. When I click it, I can get the locations of the annotations in the PDF file. However, I have some questions when I have two different computers with different operating system. Specifically speaking, Windows and MacOS.
- I am a PhD student and I read references everyday. So Zotero integration in Logseq is what I want to appreciate most. It is really fantastic since it can help you to organize the reference pages. However, in two different operating system, the Zotero attachments file locations are different. For example:
Windows: C:\Users\John Doe\Zotero
MacOS: /Users/John Doe/Zotero
This seems natural since we are discussing two different systems. However, this will cause a problem when you annotate one PDF file in Windows system and want to backlink these annotations to where they are in MacOS system. I wish the developers can attach importance to this question because it will really benefit us a lot.
- I am actually confusing about the Zotero Profiles in Logseq. What is its function? I actually tried to set up two different Zotero Profiles in two different operating systems in order to see whether the annotations will still backlink to their original PDF files or not. But I failed. I will appreciate it very much if the developers can consider this problem.