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Would it be feasible and helpful to convert also short dashes in dates that are part of titles to en dashes, whether across Zotero or in a specific style? By dates, I mean ranges of days, months, years, and centuries, some of which could be expresse…
Okay, thanks, I re-read and stand corrected - Chicago indeed encourages citing the specific volume, with no reference to the number or date range of the rest, unless one wants to make a blanket reference to all (which seems unusual to me). Coming fr…
Thanks for the answer! Citing a single year is not a problem (definitely a better solution for author-date format), only it looks sloppy when you do it using one of the full note styles which tend to mention the number of volumes. My point is simply…
I have figured out what you mean, thanks very much! That is to say, I will try to replicate what you did for APA in my local version of New Hart's; that should work for getting rid of the quotation marks too. Only I can't seem to upload an edited co…
Which item type are we talking about? Journal article has no Type field, and if I don't fill in Title, just Extra, the entry is empty.
Fair enough - thanks for the answer!
I am switching cases via right-click on the title field in the desktop Zotero - I expect to be using the title case mainly, but since it's only possible to convert to title case and not the opposite way, I wanted to give sentence case a try. When I…
Hi, I appreciate that reviews of books (or other publications as it may be) normally appear in journals, hence the recommendation to use "journal article" item type for them. Also noted about rich text mark-up for italics within, that's helpful. How…
Thanks, it does work - but only for enforcing lower case. Is there an analogous command to keep an all-caps word (such as a Roman numeral or an acronym) while switching cases?
Hi, where do I insert the tags around phrases to be ignored by title casing (also e.g. Roman numerals), as suggested by bwiernik? Not in the "Title" field directly, it seems.