I should have said TOC or any of the links that were saved internally with the PDF. Preview tries to go to url's regardless of if it is part of the pdf or not so that isn't lost.
Yes that is it, didn't realize he made a video too.
Thanks for that, it looks like for me it is
The PDF's don't actually show up until you right click and open with Preview, though which is interesting. I guess Safari loads them into RAM or something when just loaded into the browser.
I tried this with multiple PDF's and they all show up in there once you open with PDF. It's interesting that even if you give full read and write access to that folder and apply to enclosed contents even after the PDF is sitting open in Preview you still can't command click to get to the file (I don't really need to but found that curious).
So are you doing that somehow with a macro or are you just going to the page and then option clicking on it and then using the other macro to open a file. I wasn't able to get Keyboard Maestro to open the most recent file from the linked forum macro after playing with it a bunch. I deally I don't really want it saved anywhere and really like how I can just close it out when I choose the option open with Preview. Safari handles all that for you in deleting when closed.
For now I at least have this working though not at all elegant or bulletproof. RapidWeaver 7 - Help Manual.kmmacros (33.9 KB)