05-16-2013 03:59 AM
Hi Endnote Team,
Lately, I am also experiencing problem in downloading PDF documents using Endnote FFT from ACS website. In my case it is not working for any paper whether recent or old.
It is time consuming exercise to do it manually for each paper; literally not possible for me to do research without FFT.
I was hoping that Endnote team could have sorted it out by today but I think it is taking a long time. Not good for my research progress.
Please Endnote team, help us out of this situation !!!!
05-24-2013 07:31 AM
I have found exactly the same problem. Not a single ACS journal article from my list of over 10 was downloaded, regardless from where I downloaded the citations. Other references are fine. It'll be a shame if this can't be fixed as it used to save so much time.
I look forward to hearing it's been solved,
05-28-2013 08:24 PM
Hi Cheryl, I have the same problem with ACS and with one from Journal of Mass Spectrometry. (Wiley) We have access. the paper from JMS is not yet in WoK, but is in Crossref. Which does EndNote use to find full text? The open URL argument in my preferences is ?sid=ISI:WoS&aufirst=AUFIRST&aulast=AULAST&issn=IS
so I guess it is looking in WoK? Could this explain this one? Someone said EndNote find full text uses Crossref tho. Can you clarify please?
Can't attach .enlx file. the refs are:
Bliss, D. Z., P. J. Weimer, et al. (2013). "In Vitro Degradation and Fermentation of Three Dietary Fiber Sources by Human Colonic Bacteria." Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 61(19): 4614-4621.
Kruve, A., K. Kaupmees, et al. (2013). "Sodium adduct formation efficiency in ESI source." Journal of Mass Spectrometry 48(6): 695-702.
06-26-2013 05:58 PM
I just had a patron here report this, and I had the same problem with ACS journals and the full text feature. I contacted our ACS rep (I'm the chemistry librarian), and someone should get back to me. But I was told they're not blocking the journals.
Is there someone on the EndNote team who ACS can contact directly?
Teri (UC San Diego)
07-09-2013 04:37 PM
It's correct that ACS is not blocking full text downloads. What happened is that they redesigned their website, removing some of the "hooks" that EndNote uses to be able to get the fulltexts.
At this time, we do not have a specific date when this will be resolved, but we are confident we will be able to find a solution. We have been in touch with ACS and are actively working on the issue. We appreciate your patience while we figure out the best plan of action.
07-25-2013 09:00 AM - edited 07-25-2013 09:26 AM
Yesterday we made some substantial updates to EndNote Find Full Text. This should restore the functionality for American Chemical Society [ACS] and make improvements to the following:
These updates are optimized for users of EndNote X6 & X7 for Windows and Macintosh. Of course, we cannot guarantee that everyone will find every single journal article from all of these sources but most of you should see improvements. Please share any feedback.
Jason Rollins, the EndNote team
07-25-2013 02:17 PM
Where we can find the update?
On you website, there are only old updates avaiable and new one but only for X7(PC release)
07-25-2013 02:20 PM
There is no need to download anything, fmelkonyan! The updates were all on our servers. Apologies if that was not clear. Go ahead and test the feature and let us know if it behaves better.