[Tellico-users] tellico, ubuntu and citations in openoffice
wolff at bundism.net
Tue Dec 1 09:32:42 UTC 2009
too sad, I already tried that. Is there another option to cite more
comfortably than copying each and every line by hand? Maybe a way to
copy a bunch of infos like author, title, etc... into the clipboard.
Just the way it already works for bibtex, but with some more
information, meaning some relevant fields. So that one could easily
Any option like this would really help making tellico more comfortable
Ciao and thanks so far,
On Mon, 2009-11-30 at 21:03 -0800, Robby Stephenson wrote:
> On Monday 30 November 2009, Frank Wolff wrote:
> > Dear Robby and all the others,
> > I am running a bibliography with tellico 1.3.5 and Openoffice 3.1.0
> > under ubuntu 9.04. For my reasons tellico is just a brilliant tool!
> > Thanks fpr writing it. I've been using tellico for years, but citing is
> > a real plague. Today I gave the openoffice export another try: I wish to
> > cite an entry from the bibliography in openoffice. The button in tellico
> > is black, but if I click on "Cite Entry in OpenOffice.org" nothing
> > happens. For some reasons the citation won't appear in openoffice. Why?
> > Basically: What do I have to do in order to make it appear? I am really
> > sorry for posting such a stupid question but I can't find an answer
> > anywhere.
> These were the old directions:
> You might need to run oowriter with the pipe support.
> I think the citation insertion changed in openoffice 3, so if that's what
> you're using, it probably won't work. And I actually removed the ooo
> citation code for the latest versions since it didn't work and there wasn't
> any real use, as far as I could tell.
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