|Subject:||Re: [O] org-ref code|
|Date:||Sun, 11 May 2014 14:48:40 -0400|
On Thursday, 1 May 2014 at 13:07, John Kitchin wrote:Hi John,
> I implemented some of this partially. I made it so you can specify the
> default cite link in a user variable, with a default of cite. When you type
> C-c ], this format will automatically be used. If you want to choose
> another format, type C-u C-c ] which will prompt you for a type, and then
I am having problems with org-ref and am obviously missing something
trivial. I downloaded the latest version yesterday (Friday). You don't
say, in the above, what function you actually bound to C-c ] but I bound
org-ref-insert-cite-link and that doesn't seem to work:
1. C-u on it does not give me a choice of citation method
2. the link inserted "looks" like a link (it's blue) but there are
actually no [[...]] characters surrounding it.
What am I missing? Am I expected to type the [] or use C-c C-l?
I would like to C-u C-c ], choose autocite and my refs and have your
code insert [[autocite:blah-2001,joe-2010,moe-2014]] into my org
buffer. I know I can change the default citation link type through
org-ref-default-citation-link but I want the C-u functionality.
Finally, looking at the code, it would appear that appending new
citations will only work for "cite:" links as the "cite:" is hard-coded
into the code?
PS - I'm a fellow Chemical Engineer but unfortunately have not yet had
the opportunity to cite any of your papers but look forward to doing so
sometime soon using org-ref ;-)
: Eric S Fraga (0xFFFCF67D), Emacs 126.96.36.199, Org release_8.2.6-923-g233c11
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