Matt Price | 27 Jan 05:42 2015
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Re: HTML --> Org-mode?

I think the answer may be something like:

(shell-command-to-string (concat  "pandoc -f html -t org <<< '"  :html "'" )

Though I'm not quite sure how to go about it just yet. 

On Mon, Jan 26, 2015 at 3:50 PM, Tory S. Anderson <torys.anderson <at> gmail.com> wrote:
man pandoc will be your friend. It guided me to the following simple (interactive) use:

pandoc -f html -t org
<b> how are you? </b>
<i> I am good </i>
*how are you?* /I am good/

I won't be able to help you much farther than that, though.
- Tory

Matt Price <moptop99 <at> gmail.com> writes:

> That should be enough. I would need to feed a string form emacs to
> pandoc, then capture the output as a new string that can be output in
> the export filter. Do you know how to do that part?
> Thanks,
> Matt
>
> On Mon, Jan 26, 2015 at 3:31 PM, Tory S. Anderson
> <torys.anderson <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>
>     Using the magic wizard program Pandoc, I just had success with a
>     simple little example:
>
>     pandoc -o test.org test.html
>
>     Input test.html:
>     <html>
>     <body>
>     <strong>TEST strong!</strong>
>     <div class='table'>
>     <div class='cell'>Cell 1</div>
>     <div class='cell'>Cell 2</div>
>     <div class='cell'>Cell 3</div>
>     <div class='cell'>Cell 4</div>
>     </div>
>     </body>
>     </html>
>
>     Output test.org:
>     *TEST strong!*
>     Cell 1
>     Cell 2
>     Cell 3
>     Cell 4
>
>     I'm not sure how sophisticated the strings you are dealing with,
>     but pandoc might do the trick for you.
>     - Tory
>
>
>
>
>     Matt Price <moptop99 <at> gmail.com> writes:
>
>     > Hmm,
>     >
>     > Looks like I asked this about a year ago and didn't follow up on
>     it.
>     > Does anyone know a way to generate org-mode syntax from an html
>     > string? I would like to extend zotxt slightly (see my last post)
>     and
>     > at present zotxt can pull citations 7 bibliography entries from
>     Zotero
>     > only in plain-text and HTML form. The plaintext form loses
>     > information, so I would like to translate the HTML into org-mode
>     > syntax.
>     >
>     > Since this would have to happen in the context of an
>     >
>     > (org-add-link-type )
>     >
>     > invocation, it would be best if this could be done directly in
>     emacs
>     > somehow...
>     >
>     > Thanks as always,
>     >
>     > Matt
>

John Kitchin | 27 Jan 01:54 2015
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save folded state

I am trying to map over a buffer with headlines in various states of
folded, and get context around certain elements. I find I need to fully
expand the buffer to get the context in the way I am currently doing it
(e.g. getting the lines around the element), but I would like to put the
buffer back to the way it was when I am finished. This is not done with
the usual macros like save-excursion, save-restriction, etc... Is there
a way to do this other than a temp buffer?

thanks,

--
Professor John Kitchin
Doherty Hall A207F
Department of Chemical Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
412-268-7803
 <at> johnkitchin
http://kitchingroup.cheme.cmu.edu

John Kitchin | 27 Jan 01:13 2015
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question about org-element-map missing link in caption

In the following org document, org-element-map only finds one link, but
the buffer acts like there are two links. The free link is found, but
the link label buried in the caption is not found. However, it exports
correctly, and the caption link is clickable, so the buffer certainly
thinks it is a link. Is this expected behavior?

* test links

#+caption: some text label:test
| a | b |
| 1 | 3 |

label:test2

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
(org-element-map (org-element-parse-buffer) 'link
      (lambda (link)
   (org-element-property :path link)))
#+END_SRC
#+RESULTS:
| test2 |

--
Professor John Kitchin
Doherty Hall A207F
Department of Chemical Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
412-268-7803
 <at> johnkitchin
http://kitchingroup.cheme.cmu.edu

Matt Price | 26 Jan 21:40 2015
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Re: exporting zotxt or orgref links to HTML and ODF

Hi will,

I haven't gotten very far with this yet, but adding a couple of lines to the definition of org-add-link-type in org-zotxt.el (around line 150, https://bitbucket.org/egh/zotxt-emacs/src/74702e2b2f2aa0427f099eb4fe69dce8709f67fc/org-zotxt.el?at=master) at least allows for unformatted, plain-text reproduction of citations:

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(org-add-link-type "zotero"
                   (lambda (rest)
                     (zotxt-select-key (substring rest 15)))
                   (lambda (path desc format)
                     (if (and (eq format 'latex)
                              (string-match "^ <at> \\(.*\\)$" desc))
                         (format "\\cite{%s}" (match-string 1 desc))
                       nil)
                     (if ( eq format 'html)
                         (format "%s" desc)

                       nil)))
-------------------

A better option would be to somehow acquire the html that the Zotero extension "zotxt" generates when zotxt.el requests the formatted citation from it.  I'm not quite sure how to do this, but I htink the action happens zotxt-choose-deferred, which starts on line 125 of zotxt.el (https://bitbucket.org/egh/zotxt-emacs/src/74702e2b2f2aa0427f099eb4fe69dce8709f67fc/zotxt.el?at=master):

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(defun zotxt-choose-deferred (&optional method search-string) "Prompt a user for a search string, then ask the user to select an item from the citation. If METHOD is supplied, it should be one of :title-creator-year, :fields, or :everything. If SEARCH-STRING is supplied, it should be the search string." (if (null method) (let ((method-name (zotxt-completing-read "Zotero search method (nothing for title, creator, year): " zotxt-quicksearch-method-names nil t nil nil "title, creator, year"))) (setq method (cdr (assoc method-name zotxt-quicksearch-method-names))))) (if (null search-string) (setq search-string (read-string (format "Zotero quicksearch (%s) query: " (cdr (assq method zotxt-quicksearch-method-to-names)))))) (lexical-let ((d (deferred:new))) (request (format "%s/search" zotxt-url-base) :params `(("q" . ,search-string) ("method" . ,(cdr (assq method zotxt-quicksearch-method-params))) ("format" . "bibliography")) :parser 'json-read :success (function* (lambda (&key data &allow-other-keys) (let* ((results (mapcar (lambda (e) (cons (cdr (assq 'text e)) (cdr (assq 'key e)))) data)) (count (length results)) (citation (if (= 0 count) nil (if (= 1 count) (car (car results)) (zotxt-completing-read "Select item: " results)))) (key (cdr (assoc-string citation results)))) (deferred:callback-post d (if (null citation) nil `((:key ,key :citation ,citation)))))))) d))

-------------
My lisp isn't good enough to read this function properly, but apparently the
:citation property of the result item plist is set to the 'text' object of each item.
If one could also add the 'html' object which the zotxt Zotero plugin returns
(the nomenclature is a little misleading, I know), then that information could be made available to emacs/org
for use on export. See line 307-309 of the zotxt extension, here:
https://bitbucket.org/egh/zotxt/src/a12d538ae9245b142fdb55550b2d241e43b82221/extension/bootstrap.js?at=master

Not sure if this helps much? It's the best I have so far! Thanks,
Matt


On Mon, Jan 26, 2015 at 12:49 PM, Monroe, Will <will.monroe <at> law.lsu.edu> wrote:
Matt,

I don't have much to contribute at this stage but as someone who uses org heavily for outlining and writing, zotero for citation management, and who is obliged to provide copies as Word documents (I'm an instructional designer at at law school), I appreciate the question. 

I also appreciate the point to zotxt!  Didn't know about that.

I hope you get some good replies.

Will

-----------------------------
Will Monroe, Ph.D.
Head of Instructional Technology
Paul M. Hebert Law Center
225.578.7838
will.monroe <at> law.lsu.edu

On 1/26/15 10:29 AM, Matt Price wrote:
Hi eveyrone,

I've just looked back through my email archives and from what I can tell, almost everyone who uses Org to write papers uses LaTex for the final product. 

I have never learned to use Latex, mostly because, as a humanist, almost none of my colleagues can use LaTex files, and the same goes for journals I interact with, which generally prefer Word submission(!).  Because of this, I am still trying to figure out a way to use org-mode for scholarly writing. At present, I write my first, very rough drafts in Org, then export to ODT and add citations from Zotero (we don't really use Bibtex either); after this step, I can't really go back to Org, which is of course very frustrating. 


I would prefer to write exclusively in Org, then export to ODT when I have a high-quality draft that I want to share with colleagues; in some cases, I would also like to export directly to HTML for posting on a blog or course website. In fact, one use case that would really help me is a very simple one: when writing course syllabi, I would really like to just get the full references to course readings to show up in HTML exports. 

My question: does anyone yet have a workflow that lets them export directly to HTML or ODT? 

I've just tried using zotxt again (https://bitbucket.org/egh/zotxt-emacs/overview -- first time in a while); it is remarkably easy to use in Org itself.  By default, though, the links simply aren't handled in the HTML and ODT exports, and so the cites will be completely absent.

Here is the text inserted by zotxt for a single citation:

----------------

[[zotero://select/items/0_TI27HJ5I][Suchman, Lucy. “Subject Objects.” Feminist Theory 12, no. 2 (August 1, 2011): 119–45. http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml.]]
---------------

In HTML, I would like to replace this with something like this:

(<a href="#BibSuchman2011">Suchman 2011</a>)

and then have Org generate a bibligraphy somewhere, a bit like org-ref seems to do, It would be nice if I could steal the styles from somehwere, the way org-ref seems to do.

For ODT< it seems a little more complicated. Here is the rather lengthy equivalent that Zotero itself produces for my default style (Chicago) in Libreoffice:
---------------
<text:note text:id="ftn0" text:note-class="footnote"><text:note-citation>1</text:note-citation><text:note-body><text:p text:style-name="Footnote"><text:reference-mark-start text:name="ZOTERO_ITEM CSL_CITATION {&quot;citationID&quot;:&quot;5xzXuF2I&quot;,&quot;properties&quot;:{&quot;formattedCitation&quot;:&quot;{\\rtf Lucy Suchman, \\uc0\\u8220{}Subject Objects,\\uc0\\u8221{} \\i Feminist Theory\\i0{} 12, no. 2 (August 1, 2011): 119\\uc0\\u8211{}45, http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml.}&quot;,&quot;plainCitation&quot;:&quot;Lucy Suchman, “Subject Objects,” Feminist Theory 12, no. 2 (August 1, 2011): 119–45, http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml.&quot;},&quot;citationItems&quot;:[{&quot;id&quot;:149,&quot;uris&quot;:[&quot;http://zotero.org/users/20/items/TI27HJ5I&quot;],&quot;uri&quot;:[&quot;http://zotero.org/users/20/items/TI27HJ5I&quot;],&quot;itemData&quot;:{&quot;id&quot;:149,&quot;type&quot;:&quot;article-journal&quot;,&quot;title&quot;:&quot;Subject objects&quot;,&quot;container-title&quot;:&quot;Feminist Theory&quot;,&quot;page&quot;:&quot;119-145&quot;,&quot;volume&quot;:&quot;12&quot;,&quot;issue&quot;:&quot;2&quot;,&quot;URL&quot;:&quot;http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml&quot;,&quot;ISSN&quot;:&quot;14647001&quot;,&quot;author&quot;:[{&quot;family&quot;:&quot;Suchman&quot;,&quot;given&quot;:&quot;Lucy&quot;}],&quot;issued&quot;:{&quot;date-parts&quot;:[[&quot;2011&quot;,8,1]]}}}],&quot;schema&quot;:&quot;https://github.com/citation-style-language/schema/raw/master/csl-citation.json&quot;} RNDuhNYYpC1hN"/><text:span text:style-name="T3">Lucy Suchman, “Subject Objects,” </text:span><text:span text:style-name="T4">Feminist Theory</text:span><text:span text:style-name="T5"> 12, no. 2 (August 1, 2011): 119–45, http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml.</text:span><text:reference-mark-end text:name="ZOTERO_ITEM CSL_CITATION {&quot;citationID&quot;:&quot;5xzXuF2I&quot;,&quot;properties&quot;:{&quot;formattedCitation&quot;:&quot;{\\rtf Lucy Suchman, \\uc0\\u8220{}Subject Objects,\\uc0\\u8221{} \\i Feminist Theory\\i0{} 12, no. 2 (August 1, 2011): 119\\uc0\\u8211{}45, http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml.}&quot;,&quot;plainCitation&quot;:&quot;Lucy Suchman, “Subject Objects,” Feminist Theory 12, no. 2 (August 1, 2011): 119–45, http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml.&quot;},&quot;citationItems&quot;:[{&quot;id&quot;:149,&quot;uris&quot;:[&quot;http://zotero.org/users/20/items/TI27HJ5I&quot;],&quot;uri&quot;:[&quot;http://zotero.org/users/20/items/TI27HJ5I&quot;],&quot;itemData&quot;:{&quot;id&quot;:149,&quot;type&quot;:&quot;article-journal&quot;,&quot;title&quot;:&quot;Subject objects&quot;,&quot;container-title&quot;:&quot;Feminist Theory&quot;,&quot;page&quot;:&quot;119-145&quot;,&quot;volume&quot;:&quot;12&quot;,&quot;issue&quot;:&quot;2&quot;,&quot;URL&quot;:&quot;http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml&quot;,&quot;ISSN&quot;:&quot;14647001&quot;,&quot;author&quot;:[{&quot;family&quot;:&quot;Suchman&quot;,&quot;given&quot;:&quot;Lucy&quot;}],&quot;issued&quot;:{&quot;date-parts&quot;:[[&quot;2011&quot;,8,1]]}}}],&quot;schema&quot;:&quot;https://github.com/citation-style-language/schema/raw/master/csl-citation.json&quot;} RNDuhNYYpC1hN"/></text:p></text:note-body></text:note>
------------------------------

I'm not sure what the best way to do this is; it may be that zotxt could be extended to get zotero to do the heavy lifting here. 

I know Erik H reads this list, so if you have any suggestions, Erik, I would love to hear them.  But maybe other people also have suggestions about modifying export filters - -that would also be really helpful for me.  Thanks as always,

Matt



Sébastien Brisard | 26 Jan 21:36 2015

org-html-h

Hello,
my blog (sbrisard.github.io) is entirely written with org-mode. Org-mode 
offers everything I need, except for one minor detail. It is very 
difficult to include the same CSS file in the html-head of several files 
located at various levels of the directory hierarchy.
I do not really like this trick 
http://orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/org-publish-html-tutorial.html#sec-6. 
For the time being, I configured several projects (one for each level), 
see https://github.com/sbrisard/blog/blob/master/sb-blog.el. But I am 
not happy with this solution either.
I think that it would be great if org-html-head and org-html-head-extra 
behaved as org-html-preamble and org-html-postamble, which can be set to 
either a string, or a function. This offers great flexibility for the 
configuration of the pre/postamble (I use it to conditionnaly include 
DISQUS comments in the postamble).
Would it be possible to mimick the same behavior with org-html-head and 
org-html-head-extra? Or would this be too much work?

Thanks for your thoughts,
Sébastien

Eric S Fraga | 26 Jan 21:24 2015
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Re: truncate-lines for org tables, visual-line-mode for rest?

On Monday, 26 Jan 2015 at 21:43, Vladimir Alexiev wrote:
> I use visual-line-mode to wrap long lines on display.
> But for org tables, wrapping makes the display very confused.
> Is it possible to have truncate-lines ONLY for lines that represent tables?

I have the same issue.  I do have visual-line-mode bound to a key so I
can toggle this on and off easily but it would definitely be nice if I
didn't have to do anything...  however, I think it will be difficult to
automate this.

--

-- 
: Eric S Fraga (0xFFFCF67D), Emacs 25.0.50.1, Org release_8.3beta-726-gd34b80.dirty

Matt Price | 26 Jan 21:15 2015
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HTML --> Org-mode?

Hmm,

Looks like I asked this about a year ago and didn't follow up on it.  Does anyone know a way to generate org-mode syntax from an html string? I would like to extend zotxt slightly (see my last post) and at present zotxt can pull citations 7 bibliography entries from Zotero only in plain-text and HTML form.  The plaintext form loses information, so I would like to translate the HTML into org-mode syntax. 

Since this would have to happen in the context of an

(org-add-link-type  )

invocation, it would be best if this could be done directly in emacs somehow... 

Thanks as always,

Matt


Tory S. Anderson | 26 Jan 20:48 2015
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Re: truncate-lines for org tables, visual-line-mode for rest?

I solve this problem in my tables by using a table length-constraining parameter:

| my table | long-cell  |
|          | <10>       |
|          | tons of text that should be cut off at a reasonable length (just 10 chars) and not run on forever               |
|          |                                                                                                                 |

produces:

| my table | long-cell  |
|          | <10>       |
|          | tons of te |
|          |            |

"Vladimir Alexiev" <vladimir.alexiev <at> ontotext.com> writes:

> I use visual-line-mode to wrap long lines on display.
> But for org tables, wrapping makes the display very confused.
> Is it possible to have truncate-lines ONLY for lines that represent tables?

Vladimir Alexiev | 26 Jan 20:43 2015

truncate-lines for org tables, visual-line-mode for rest?

I use visual-line-mode to wrap long lines on display.
But for org tables, wrapping makes the display very confused.
Is it possible to have truncate-lines ONLY for lines that represent tables?

Phillip Lord | 26 Jan 20:11 2015
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org-info.js


Can anyone tell me where the source code for org-info at

http://orgmode.org/org-info.js

is? This verison if minified.

There are these:

https://github.com/SebastianRose/org-info-js/
https://github.com/RickMoynihan/org-info-js

Some of the web pages aabout org-info aren't working.

http://orgmode.org/worg/code/org-info-js/index.html

Unfortunately, it is only output to documents including it in minified
forms and as a link.

Phil

Matt Price | 26 Jan 17:29 2015
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exporting zotxt or orgref links to HTML and ODF

Hi eveyrone,

I've just looked back through my email archives and from what I can tell, almost everyone who uses Org to write papers uses LaTex for the final product. 

I have never learned to use Latex, mostly because, as a humanist, almost none of my colleagues can use LaTex files, and the same goes for journals I interact with, which generally prefer Word submission(!).  Because of this, I am still trying to figure out a way to use org-mode for scholarly writing. At present, I write my first, very rough drafts in Org, then export to ODT and add citations from Zotero (we don't really use Bibtex either); after this step, I can't really go back to Org, which is of course very frustrating. 


I would prefer to write exclusively in Org, then export to ODT when I have a high-quality draft that I want to share with colleagues; in some cases, I would also like to export directly to HTML for posting on a blog or course website. In fact, one use case that would really help me is a very simple one: when writing course syllabi, I would really like to just get the full references to course readings to show up in HTML exports. 

My question: does anyone yet have a workflow that lets them export directly to HTML or ODT? 

I've just tried using zotxt again (https://bitbucket.org/egh/zotxt-emacs/overview -- first time in a while); it is remarkably easy to use in Org itself.  By default, though, the links simply aren't handled in the HTML and ODT exports, and so the cites will be completely absent.

Here is the text inserted by zotxt for a single citation:

----------------

[[zotero://select/items/0_TI27HJ5I][Suchman, Lucy. “Subject Objects.” Feminist Theory 12, no. 2 (August 1, 2011): 119–45. http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml.]]
---------------

In HTML, I would like to replace this with something like this:

(<a href="#BibSuchman2011">Suchman 2011</a>)

and then have Org generate a bibligraphy somewhere, a bit like org-ref seems to do, It would be nice if I could steal the styles from somehwere, the way org-ref seems to do.

For ODT< it seems a little more complicated. Here is the rather lengthy equivalent that Zotero itself produces for my default style (Chicago) in Libreoffice:
---------------
<text:note text:id="ftn0" text:note-class="footnote"><text:note-citation>1</text:note-citation><text:note-body><text:p text:style-name="Footnote"><text:reference-mark-start text:name="ZOTERO_ITEM CSL_CITATION {&quot;citationID&quot;:&quot;5xzXuF2I&quot;,&quot;properties&quot;:{&quot;formattedCitation&quot;:&quot;{\\rtf Lucy Suchman, \\uc0\\u8220{}Subject Objects,\\uc0\\u8221{} \\i Feminist Theory\\i0{} 12, no. 2 (August 1, 2011): 119\\uc0\\u8211{}45, http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml.}&quot;,&quot;plainCitation&quot;:&quot;Lucy Suchman, “Subject Objects,” Feminist Theory 12, no. 2 (August 1, 2011): 119–45, http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml.&quot;},&quot;citationItems&quot;:[{&quot;id&quot;:149,&quot;uris&quot;:[&quot;http://zotero.org/users/20/items/TI27HJ5I&quot;],&quot;uri&quot;:[&quot;http://zotero.org/users/20/items/TI27HJ5I&quot;],&quot;itemData&quot;:{&quot;id&quot;:149,&quot;type&quot;:&quot;article-journal&quot;,&quot;title&quot;:&quot;Subject objects&quot;,&quot;container-title&quot;:&quot;Feminist Theory&quot;,&quot;page&quot;:&quot;119-145&quot;,&quot;volume&quot;:&quot;12&quot;,&quot;issue&quot;:&quot;2&quot;,&quot;URL&quot;:&quot;http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml&quot;,&quot;ISSN&quot;:&quot;14647001&quot;,&quot;author&quot;:[{&quot;family&quot;:&quot;Suchman&quot;,&quot;given&quot;:&quot;Lucy&quot;}],&quot;issued&quot;:{&quot;date-parts&quot;:[[&quot;2011&quot;,8,1]]}}}],&quot;schema&quot;:&quot;https://github.com/citation-style-language/schema/raw/master/csl-citation.json&quot;} RNDuhNYYpC1hN"/><text:span text:style-name="T3">Lucy Suchman, “Subject Objects,” </text:span><text:span text:style-name="T4">Feminist Theory</text:span><text:span text:style-name="T5"> 12, no. 2 (August 1, 2011): 119–45, http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml.</text:span><text:reference-mark-end text:name="ZOTERO_ITEM CSL_CITATION {&quot;citationID&quot;:&quot;5xzXuF2I&quot;,&quot;properties&quot;:{&quot;formattedCitation&quot;:&quot;{\\rtf Lucy Suchman, \\uc0\\u8220{}Subject Objects,\\uc0\\u8221{} \\i Feminist Theory\\i0{} 12, no. 2 (August 1, 2011): 119\\uc0\\u8211{}45, http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml.}&quot;,&quot;plainCitation&quot;:&quot;Lucy Suchman, “Subject Objects,” Feminist Theory 12, no. 2 (August 1, 2011): 119–45, http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml.&quot;},&quot;citationItems&quot;:[{&quot;id&quot;:149,&quot;uris&quot;:[&quot;http://zotero.org/users/20/items/TI27HJ5I&quot;],&quot;uri&quot;:[&quot;http://zotero.org/users/20/items/TI27HJ5I&quot;],&quot;itemData&quot;:{&quot;id&quot;:149,&quot;type&quot;:&quot;article-journal&quot;,&quot;title&quot;:&quot;Subject objects&quot;,&quot;container-title&quot;:&quot;Feminist Theory&quot;,&quot;page&quot;:&quot;119-145&quot;,&quot;volume&quot;:&quot;12&quot;,&quot;issue&quot;:&quot;2&quot;,&quot;URL&quot;:&quot;http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/14647001/v12i0002/119_so.xml&quot;,&quot;ISSN&quot;:&quot;14647001&quot;,&quot;author&quot;:[{&quot;family&quot;:&quot;Suchman&quot;,&quot;given&quot;:&quot;Lucy&quot;}],&quot;issued&quot;:{&quot;date-parts&quot;:[[&quot;2011&quot;,8,1]]}}}],&quot;schema&quot;:&quot;https://github.com/citation-style-language/schema/raw/master/csl-citation.json&quot;} RNDuhNYYpC1hN"/></text:p></text:note-body></text:note>
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I'm not sure what the best way to do this is; it may be that zotxt could be extended to get zotero to do the heavy lifting here. 

I know Erik H reads this list, so if you have any suggestions, Erik, I would love to hear them.  But maybe other people also have suggestions about modifying export filters - -that would also be really helpful for me.  Thanks as always,

Matt


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