Gerritsma, Wouter | 1 Jul 09:44 2004
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New filters at Library Wageningen UR

Dear all,
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We have posted two new filters at our EndNote support site.
They are for the journals:
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Plant and Cell Physiology
Molecular Plant Microbe Interactions
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Our support site can be found at http://library.wur.nl/endnote
<http://library.wur.nl/endnote>=20
Follow the directions to
<http://library.wur.nl/endnote/styles/version4/> Styles made for
Wageningen UR=20
There they can be found.
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Yours sincerely
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Wouter
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Wouter Gerritsma
Information Specialist Plant Sciences
Wageningen UR Library
PO box 9100
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The Netherlands
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 <mailto:wouter.gerritsma <at> wur.nl> wouter.gerritsma at wur.nl
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Paul Falzer | 1 Jul 14:01 2004
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Re: Editing several records at once (follow-up)

I agree with Martin about the "Jr." example noted below, and also about the
ability of Endnote to change specific words (e.g., change "statistical
validity" to "validity.") As I noted in my posting, the "Jr." example
requires two passes through the database. That's not a major problem.

However, Endnote won't handle the other two examples at all: removing the
parenthetical comments that appear at the end of abstracts, and changing to
uppercase the first letter after a colon in titles. The latter may fall
under Martin's "special formatting" request. BTW, I'd also like to work with
formatting, such as adding an indent to the beginning of a new paragraph, as
indicated by a period followed by two carriage returns.

An additional limitation with Endnote's current approach is that the user
has no opportunity to approve changes one by one, so that I can test my
search and replace syntax until I'm confident that I am getting the desired
result.

Take care,

Paul

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|Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2004 08:27:34 +1200
|From: "Martin Unwin" <m.unwin <at> niwa.co.nz>
|Subject: Re: Editing several records at once (follow-up)
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|In EN digest 01:1603 Paul Falzer comments
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|> Allow me to use your post as an opportunity to wonder aloud why
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Theise, Eric | 1 Jul 20:16 2004
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saved searches, cross platform

Hi everyone,

I have been surprised to find that searches saved from a Windows computer
are unreadable by a Mac.  Sure would be nice to have saved searches
accessible to all versions of EndNote!

We're a mixed shop, running EndNote 5 and 6 on Macs (OS 9 and OS X) and
Windows PCs (XP, 2000, and 98).  I'm crafting a number of prepackaged
searches for our support staff to run, with incremental tweaks, and it is a
PITA to have two versions of each.

Is this something that's been fixed in more recent versions?  Am I missing
some way of doing this with the software versions we have?

Many thanks, Eric

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Suat Tuzgöl | 1 Jul 21:04 2004
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RE: Making a searchable website from a Endnote database

Hi Bob,

|>It is my understanding that RefMan is only available on Win platforms.

This is right.

|>For example, does RefMan allow you to edit records after they have been
posted to the web?

Yes, if you or the net admin allows an user write access to a certain
database, this user will be able to view, search, edit and add references
via a browser.
There is a possibility to password protect all databases (not required, but
if needed it is possible).

|>Is it searchable by your web visitors, e.g. by author, title, year of
publication, keyword, or other fields?

Yes.

|>Is your website with the database open to the public? If so, can I view
it?

Searching in Google yields some public databases. Not possible to edit (I
hope :), but searchable:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=nl&ie=UTF-8&q=rmwp+web+publisher&lr=

It's quite easy to configure: Install Reference Manager 11 on a Win (server)
machine, in the web publisher settings in, you fill in the "ip address" and
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Peter Underwood | 1 Jul 15:07 2004

re: Query about .fcgi files and PubMed

Damien,

Based on my experience it doesn't seem to matter whether the PubMed saved
file extension is .fcgi or .txt (as you already know).  Either way the file
seems to end up being in .txt format and the import filter works fine.

So, to save time, I simply keep the exported file with a .fcgi extension.
Have done this for years.  This also helps me locate PubMed exported
searches because I can just search my computer for files with .fcgi
extensions.  Kind of handy because I have all sorts of .txt files on my
computer, but the only .fcgi files are PubMed search result files.

I am not sure why it defaults to this file extension - but again, it doesn't
seem to matter.

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Penney Alldredge | 1 Jul 21:25 2004
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Re: EndNote 8 - problem

If that's true, then I won't be updating my personal copy.  I use EN 7  
and regularly work with people who use EN 6, and occasionally with  
people using EN 5.

On Jun 30, 2004, at 1:58 PM, albert wrote:

> Has anyone thought about the problem of EndNote 8 not being backward
> compatible?
> In other words, libraries created in EN 8 will not work in earlier  
> versions
> of EndNote.  Tech. support indicated that in order to accomplish  
> unicode
> compliance, this new version of EndNote could not be made to work with
> earlier
> versions.  So, collaborators would need to have an EN 7 copy of an EN 8
> library in order to work with both versions.
> Libraries created in earlier versions can be converted to the latest
> version,
> but not vice versa.
>
> How are others going to handle this? We may not upgrade for a while  
> until we
>
> see how this problem gets sorted out.
>
> Karen Albert, MLS
> Director of Library Services
> Fox Chase Cancer Center
> Phila., PA 19111
> albert <at> hslc.org
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Wiedemann, Leanne | 1 Jul 22:26 2004

RE: saved searches, cross platform

I am probably wrong, but this is because the mac imbeds the file type
information and I doubt that windows can create the necessary mark to
make it auto with the mac.  On the other hand, the windows platform just
looks for the extension.  I think that if you did the search on the mac,
- and named it appropriately, it would work on the PC? But perhaps a Mac
person might have a fix?

Leanne

-----Original Message-----
From: Theise, Eric [mailto:ETheise <at> anesthesia.ucsf.edu] 
Sent: Thursday, July 01, 2004 1:16 PM
To: Endnote-Interest (E-mail)
Subject: saved searches, cross platform

Hi everyone,

I have been surprised to find that searches saved from a Windows
computer are unreadable by a Mac.  Sure would be nice to have saved
searches accessible to all versions of EndNote!

We're a mixed shop, running EndNote 5 and 6 on Macs (OS 9 and OS X) and
Windows PCs (XP, 2000, and 98).  I'm crafting a number of prepackaged
searches for our support staff to run, with incremental tweaks, and it
is a PITA to have two versions of each.

Is this something that's been fixed in more recent versions?  Am I
missing some way of doing this with the software versions we have?

Many thanks, Eric
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hhuijbre | 1 Jul 21:53 2004
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< and > characters in HTML output

When I produce HTML output in endnote 7 with the export option and save it
as HTML this works fine. When additional HTML-instructions are included in
the fields of an endnote record the < and > appear in the output as &LT and
&GT. Ofcourse they can be replaced in an editor, but it would be much more
convenient without this extra step...

Any suggestions?

Hans Huijbregts

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Tina Kimmel | 2 Jul 00:00 2004
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RE: endnote-interest-digest V1 #1603

I am also extremely interested in doing this. 
Please let me know if you find an answer!

Thanks,

Tina Kimmel

At 4:58 PM -0400 6/29/04, Zheng Yan wrote:
>Hi there,
>
>Could someone out there help me to learn how to change the existing the
>psycinfo filter so that I can include references in endnote library?
>Pscyinfo now has a feature of including references of each paper, but I do
>not know how to add to my current library. Any assistance and advice will
be
>appreciated.
>
>Zheng

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PhD Program, UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare

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Ulrich Beutner | 2 Jul 11:19 2004
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Re: saved searches, cross platform

Hi everyone,
As Leanne Wiedemann already pointed out, Mac OS 9 uses internal file type
and creator description to identify files. These internal descriptors are
used by Endnote. If Endnote does not see the correct file type it does not
open the file.
Obviously Windows does not know/use/generate these internal descriptors. In
Mac OS X these descriptors are also officially obsolete (Mac OS X is Unix,
and Unix like Windows uses file extensions). Still many OS X programs still
generate these internal descriptors and many more still read and rely on
them. Endnote is one of these programs.
However, some OS X programs like Safari do not generate internal file type
and creator descriptions (IE for Mac still does)

Fixes:
From Mac to Windows:
The correct file extension should do the job

From Windows or pure bred OS X programs (like Safari downloads)
For Endnote libraries or files: use the correct extension, from EN 6 onwards
this should do it. For other versions (including 6 and 7) hold down the
shift key  while you click on File - Open
For Downloads: hold down the Option (Alt) AND Command (Apple) key and drag
the download file on the Endnote icon in the dock (for OS 9 I am not sure
how it works, try the Shift key and File-Import)

If all fails, get an utility to change the file type and creator in Mac
files. There are many shareware and freeware programs in the net. Check the
entries in a file which imports well and change the Windows generated files
accordingly (some of these programs can do the change in batch)

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