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UTF-8

Please allow UTF-8 character encoding. EndNote allows this. When I import records that include non-ASCII characters, trying to fix the resulting problems becomes an exercise in frustration.
David Lawrence, Center for Injury Prevention Policy & Practice;
San Diego State University Graduate School of Public Health; 6475 Alvarado Road, Suite 105; San Diego, California 92120 USA
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Re: UTF-8

Yes, allow, or tranlate the umlauted etc characters
Han Broekman
Weill Cornell Medical College
New York, NY
USA
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Re: UTF-8

Definitely a MUST -- always having to import citations as UTF-8 into a text processor and then saving as ANSI for re-import into RefMan is really rather tedious...

 

ulrich 

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Re: UTF-8

Ten years ago I converted our office databases from Endnote to Reference Manager, which was more compatible with a network environment. NOW I'm having to convert BACK to Endnote, and Reference Manager does not have a tagged-field export with extended characters. This is ridiculous! People have been complaining about this for years, and this company owns both products. Fix it--now!!

 

Martha W. Bonney

Center for Policy Research, Syracuse University, 426 Eggers Hall, Syracuse, NY 13244-1020 USA