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Author Topic: Find bibtex file
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Post Find bibtex file
on: July 5, 2019, 11:25

I do have a problem with my docear, because I messed up a few things apparently.

What I remember I did in the past:

I renamed the project folder. The .mm document and the pdf's are in the new folder, but I cannot open the pdf's from the .mm anymore. I tried to change the bibtex file with the correct @comment{jabref-meta: fileDirectory:<path>;} but it doesn't change anything.

My theory is, that I use the wrong bibtex file, since I have quite a few and I don't know which is the correct one. Is there a way how I can influence the path from the .mm document or at least see which .bib-file is the correct one?

Will the change of the directory in my .bib file enable to open pdf's again?

Thank you for your help
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