- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 13201984, 4 years agoA Godsend! Lets you easily import references to exactly YOUR reference manager. Super! In my case, I needed the RIS support. Terriffic that it works in both Firefox and Chrome (and more).
- Rated 5 out of 5by ingstra, 4 years agoThis is great. Super convenient! I use it all the time when collecting references now. Saves time not having to look around for a (sometimes nonexistent) "export citation" button.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 14015892, 4 years agoVery nice tool to help scientists and other depending on citing other works regularly. In case something doesn't work one gets support very fast and a fix is sent out soon after. As a theoretical physicists, makes my everyday work notably easier.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 13944980, 4 years agoIn general this is a great add on. I'm using EndNote X7.8, and the RIS format apparently is not working properly. I don't know if there is something missing from EndNote itself though, as I'm not using the latest version (I don't want to upgrade before finishing my thesis). Excellent approach to disentangle the citation hassle, especially for online references.
Developer responseposted 4 years agoThanks for letting me know! I will look into the EndNote problem asap (I am currently working on custom bibkey format strings, which take some time). Mendeley so far had no problem with the RIS output, but things might have changed.
EDIT: Fixed the problem. It seems like Endnote is stricter about the spacing between identifier and the hyphen. It should work in the next version which comes out the end of this week.
- Rated 5 out of 5by FirefoxIStheBest.Ever., 5 years agoIt just works, I like it. For most things I can retrieve the citation correctly and maybe just fix the published date for websites. There was a typo in the citation that the dev managed to fix ultra fast, so yea, solid 5/5.
Developer responseposted 5 years agoThanks, the typo will be fixed in 0.78. The date is put to access date whenever it does not find the date using its fixed default search kernel, which is optimized towards journal abstract pages. For security reasons, I keep this default kernel to a bare minimum (I don't want to read any kind of hidden and possibly malicious html source)