08-17-2018 01:44 PM - edited 08-18-2018 02:23 PM
Why not use Endnote's "Headline style capitalization" for Title Capitalization, in the output style's Bibliography "Title Capitalization" setting, when it is required? Though, in my field, cited references rarely use headline style when citing a journal article. Options are Leave as entered, headline style or Sentence style.
08-21-2018 08:34 PM - edited 08-21-2018 08:51 PM
Huh! It's lovely to learn a new thing
The PhDs I've worked with show a preference for sentence case, as do a lot of the general styles they use. I've tried the sentence case option with APA 6th and it works nicely. It does require modification of the style (APA 6th default is "leave titles as entered") but would save the researchers quite a bit of time.
(Note: on testing, it converts proper nouns like people and place names to lower case, so some final "plain text" checking and tweaking would be required.
Clarivate has replicated my issue with changing of case not triggering the save. We'll see what the developers have to say about it.
08-22-2018 09:58 AM
There is an option to enter text words that should not be changed (for example, DNA, RNA, specified gene names, proper names, etc.)
Edit>Preferences>change case -- but this is specific to the computer station I think.
2 weeks ago
Hello, I have the same problem a year later. Is there a fix for re-enabling the autosave?
The changes appear in the record line within the libary however, they do not reflect automatically in the preview screen.
Only when I click to another record and then click back into my edited record will the changes appear in the preview screen.