The refreshed version 1.21 has various improvements at over 70 individual spots- some of them are minor details, other were bigger tasks.
What has been improved?
- Pasting copied or cutted references
The list of references of individual text now can be cutted out, copied and simply pasted into other text. Refeus will automatically link up the desired content with the reference.
Using Refeus Plus this will also work out when two separate Refeus- databases are used. If the copied reference is not yet available, it will be generated by Refeus by itself.
- Updated version for Ubuntu
Refeus is now available for Ubuntu 15.10
- Installer for Fedora and Debian
Refeus will now work on Linux-based systems Fedora and Debian
- Improved performance
Loading time during calculation of comprehensive lists and documents has been reduced.
- NISO standard for handling publications
Publication files are processed as COinS according to NISO Z39.88. Therefore they can be gathered by Wikimedia-PlugIns. While copying and pasting Wikipedia articles, references will be recognized automatically and can be directly imported.
- Pop-up window
The pop-up window indicating publication data will be entirely displayed independent of length and position of the individual reference.
- Copy and paste single symbols and words
After cutting out or copying individual symbols and words, they will be directly pasted at the mouse cursor.
- Export direct speech
Quotation marks and execution characters will be accurately adopted when excerpts from Refeus to ODT and LaTeX are exported
- Problems editing Lists with Formulas
Lists and Formulas now work correctly, even with formatting, multiple lines and sourcedescriptions.
- Text editor
Lists and formulas will work out properly even when they contain different formats, breakovers and references.
There is a complete overview of the changes:
We encourage users of all prior versions to upgrade to Refeus 1.21-2.
We always want to improve Refeus. Therefore our request:
Participate in the development, by reporting errors and sharing your ideas.
Thank you for your feedback and suggestions!