Attachment File Size
Hi, perhaps it is just me but I personally would find it very useful if Zotero could indicate the file size of the attachment when I select on say an attached PDF file. I don't know if this is possible or easy to implement, but it seems to make sense to add 'Size' to the list of information Zotero currently displays for the attached files: Filename, Page, Modified, and Indexed.
I'm just using Zotero in the free version with 100mb of storage and I frequently run out of storage..
I would very much appreciate a column where I can show the size of entries..
Especially as some Website snaptshots use much space (and are not really important).
So Please! Add this feature..
I would like to purge old attachments that are no longer needed but take gigabytes of space - but do not know how an efficient way to find the relevant ones.
I am currently able to pinpoint large attachments using Finder on Mac:
The Zotero item in question can then be located via the file-name of the attachment - if I have previously renamed that file from its parent metadata.
I am guessing that the names of the folders under the 'Storage' directory refer to a unique key generated for each Zotero record.
Could there be a way, say to do a bulk search for all records using the list of unique key generated by Finder, something similar to the magic wand function (http://uploads.im/4UY3e.png) whereby we can feed in multiple ISBNs at one go, so that we don't have do the renaming one at a time?
If feeding in this list: K94N28DG, ATTXCKNB... can give us the relevant search results, then this can be done: http://uploads.im/s8jwg.png
This is my self-devised way of relocating large attachments.
I wonder if the above features or something similar can be implemented on the new version of Zotero to ease this task?
I thought a "file size" column addition would be implemented by now, but I think it is not?
# usage of all items (by folder)
du -hcs ~/Zotero/storage/*/ |sort -hr > /tmp/zot_diskusage.txt
# top usage, assume pdf. file name will have item title
head /tmp/zot_diskusage.txt | grep -v 'total'|cut -f 2|while read f; do du -h $f/*pdf; done