Re: how to update bibtex file

From: Mathew A Willmott <willmott_at_MIT.EDU>
Date: Tue, 2 Sep 2008 16:12:55 -0400

(removed Michel since this is more of an internal comment)

I agree completely. I think adding this feature ought to be almost the
top priority for whoever takes over the Citeline development from
Stefano (behind fixing obvious bugs, of course).

No need to put it on the to do list, though...I put it up there a couple
weeks ago in the Wishes section. :)


MacKenzie Smith wrote:
> For what it's worth, I think that would be a very popular option (for
> the reasons that Michel gave).
> Logging in first is not a big deal, and it does save the user a lot of
> time to avoid re-customizing a
> favorite Exhibit every time they add a new citation... shall I add
> that to the to-do list?
> MacKenzie
>>> I haven't tested this with Endnote since I don't use that product,
>>> but I
>>> think it will work similarly...
>> No, the "update data but keep configurations" option is only available
>> (for now) when you upload data with Zotero and if you were already
>> logged into Citeline. It would be relatively simple to add it also when
>> you upload data by hand (granted, only when you're logged in, though),
>> but we haven't done it yet.

Mathew Willmott
Library Liaison for Physics
MIT Science Library
Room 14S-134
77 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02139
Received on Tue Sep 02 2008 - 16:12:55 EDT

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