Which site translators would you like to see?
Here's a place to post sites that aren't currently supported by Zotero (i.e., the little icons don't show up in the location bar so you can save them with a single click), and that you would like to see soon...
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Cleveland State University--Scholar
Ohio Link Electronic Journal Center
I would also like to see the international version, ETDEWeb, added, too.
I would like to see the "Recherche" pages of Gallica
http://www.gbv.de/gsomenu/?id=home&ln=en (joint catalogue of several state libraries)
http://www.d-nb.de/eng/sammlungen/kataloge/opac.htm (the German national library)
please add these sites to your compatible list:
answers.com - they have a "cite it" button, this might prove useful, to zotero
ps, for that online stoage thing i here about, it wold be cool if it were with some big guys, like delicious, google, ect...
My desiderarata is a Spanish bibliography page
Thanks in advance
would be very nice. I also agree with Cantello that I'd like to have translations for some German catalogues. If you need any help with (language) translations let me know.
Since ISI basically has everything ever published in natural sciences, the rest is cosmetics, but life would be easier if there was direct support for sites like Nature, Science, ScienceDirect, Optics InfoBase, Physical Review Online Archive, arXiv.org, EprintWeb.org, IEEE Xplore...
Still a problem with quotes around article titles, but I've noted that in another discussion category.
Both have clearly labeled bibliographic information before articles. I didn't notice the ability for Zotero to autodetect from these databases.