Docear4Word 1.01 with bug-fixes and some enhancements

Published by Joeran Beel on

Today we released Docear4Word 1.01. The add-on for Microsoft Word allows you to manage your Docear references (and any other references stored as BibTeX) directly within Microsoft Word. Version 1.01 includes the following changes. Download it here!

  • Added warning message if a BibTex file is considered corrupt, rather than just ignoring it. (#740, #692)
  • BibTex load now also supports CP1252 codepage.
  • Unexpected exceptions now logged to the log file. (#740)
  • Added workaround for missing BibTex keys. We create a new one of the form “_Unknown_XX” where XX increase with each missing key within the file.
  • DEV: Added MLA.csl sample file.
  • Fixed bug where the ID was being used instead of the Name.
  • Made toolbar dropdown wider.
  • Added warning message and instruction when no BibTex database is configured. (#740)
  • Parser now copes with no tags present.
  • Removed paragraph formatting from within Field code as it influence formatting in the main document.
  • JSON is now stored within the Field with space separators and LineFeeds since it could influence formatting in the main document. (#729)
  • Updated Citeproc.js to v1.0.426 which fixed these issues:
    • Incorrect trimming of punctuation. (#743)
    • “Tri-graph” styles not working. (#694)
    • Failure to load some styles containing comments.
  • BibTex Lexer now supports unix line endings. (#692)
  • Issue tag is now supported (#743)
  • Fixed bug with Issue and Number casing.


2 Comments

Qingdong Wang · 7th March 2013 at 08:29

Can it use journal abbreviation in bibliography list?

    Joeran [Docear] · 10th March 2013 at 18:13

    this depends on the citation style you use. since there are around 2000 citation styles i am pretty sure that a few of them will use journal abbreviations.

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