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    Unhappy Anbody know of UNICODE bibliographic software?

    I have been using Citation9 for years and have almost 2k items in my data file; however, the program does not allow me to enter UNICODE text say for a Czech author. Does anybody know of software that would allow that? Endnote is the curse of everybody who uses it, so forget that. I have spoken with Steve at Nota Bene and this is something they might do, but what is there now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MBD View Post
    I have been using Citation9 for years and have almost 2k items in my data file; however, the program does not allow me to enter UNICODE text say for a Czech author. Does anybody know of software that would allow that? Endnote is the curse of everybody who uses it, so forget that. I have spoken with Steve at Nota Bene and this is something they might do, but what is there now?
    Have you tried Zotero? I use it and it supports Greek Unicode, so I assume it supports all forms of Unicode.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MBD View Post
    Endnote is the curse of everybody who uses it, so forget that.
    I used Endnote 9 all through my PhD studies and found it to be very good.

    Maybe I just had the "good version" and everything before and after was poor.

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    Default Another vote for Zotero...

    ... and note that it is now available for Win/Mac/Linux in addition to its roots as a Firefox addin.
    Get it here
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGVH View Post
    ... and note that it is now available for Win/Mac/Linux in addition to its roots as a Firefox addin.
    Get it here
    Is that a free program, Mark?

    Irving

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    Quote Originally Posted by ISalzman View Post
    Is that a free program, Mark?

    Irving
    Yep Irving, free like the files on the unofficial BibleWorks blog.

    (does that make this a spam post??)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Hanel View Post
    Yep Irving, free like the files on the unofficial BibleWorks blog.

    (does that make this a spam post??)
    Naw, we'll give you this one, Michael!

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    Years ago I used StyleEase Software for formatting my publications and papers. And it was the best footnotes and bibliographies management tool. But it was shut down and I switched over to RefWorks and I must confess it's the most convenient tool to create bibliography lists and write my paper now. I haven't tried Zotero yet, but our Media center and computer lab assitants at Turpin Library use it already. Has anyone used Mendeley or Citationsy perhaps too? What is your experience?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryLewiss View Post
    Years ago I used StyleEase Software for formatting my publications and papers. And it was the best footnotes and bibliographies management tool. But it was shut down and I switched over to RefWorks and I must confess it's the most convenient tool to create bibliography lists and write my paper now. I haven't tried Zotero yet, but our Media center and computer lab assitants at Turpin Library use it already. Has anyone used Mendeley or Citationsy perhaps too? What is your experience?
    I have been using Zotero for years now, and I recommend it to all my students.
    Mark G. Vitalis Hoffman
    Glatfelter Professor of Biblical Studies
    United Lutheran Seminary at Gettysburg & Philadelphia
    uls.edu - CrossMarks.com
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