Henrik Frisk <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>> Is so, you probably need
>>> instead of
>>> Thanks, that was the issue and it works fine now. However, I can't seem
>> to get the org-capture-ref-get-bibtex-field to work by simply replacing org-capture-ref-headline-format
>> with it. Not sure where the ":bibtex-string" should go in the template
>> which is probably why it doesn't work.
Could you please provide a bit more details on what you did, what you
expected to get, and what you got?
Yes, of course!
"Alternatively it is possible to use
org-capture-ref-get-bibtex-field to get metadata directly (
:bibtex-string field will contain formatted BiBTeX entry).
This, I thought, was the way to achieve this. What I get is:
:CREATED: [2022-07-12 tis 17:26]
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