Maybe someone can help me: I’ve changed an output style (the title was underlined and I’ve changed it to Bold ), I save this changes but when I go to the style it didn’t save my them and it is underlinde again.
I’ve tryed to save the style with another name (because of copyright rights), but even this way it didn’t save my changes and always returned to the original definitions of the style…
Let me guess, Endnote X2? If so, it has been saved in a new “style” (usually with the word Copy appended to the original) and you need to reformat with the new style, not the original. If you insisted on naming it the same, I am not sure what happens, as there would now be two copies of the style, and I am not sure how Endnote distinguishes them from one another (or it it will even let you do that).
It is actually always safest to save the file to a new name, so you don’t get it confused with the original journal specified style, unless you are certain you are correcting it. Then you could (I think) copy the corrected version into the Endnote program styles folder to replace the original one. Even they, I append a date that it was updated, so I can keep track of corrected styles.
I think I’ve just found what the problem is: I’ve edited this style and translated into portuguese the names of the fields (ex. Title - Título). All of the reference types in the templates that I’ve translated the names of the fields are not working, but I’ve tested now using reference types that are untouched (i.e. with the field names in their original EndNote form, not transleated) and changed the underline to bold and EndNote accepted it, the change was save.