Let me first say how excited I am by this plugin, which I’ve never used before but have long admired from afar. I’m eager to begin playing with the in-text citation features. But first, I want to get the basic library appearing properly on-screen.
Running WP 3.5 and Zotpress 5.0.4, I’m trying to display a group library on a Page. With help from other forum entries, I successfully added the group account by entering the groupID in the User ID space on the Zotpress account screen; I then imported the library, which currently has 15 items in it. These 15 items show up correctly on Zotpress Browse. (The links to sub-collections do seem to be thrown off by our local WPMU subsite structure, such that they try to access a library at the root page rather than my individual site, but when I correct the URL the sources are all where they should be.)
However, when I enter the shortcode [zotpress userid=”%myuserid%” sortby=”author”] on a page, I get far more than 15 items. Some of them appear to be attachments, such as notes, that have floated free from their parent sources; others appear to be api query links, of the form https://api.zotero.org/groups/139482/items/PTNT59JI (though now that I look at the xml output, maybe that’s also an attached file).
You can see this happening at http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/macbride13/annotated-bibliography-via-zotpress/.
I’ve searched the forum, and I can’t find any other reports of this behavior, at least not on a recent version of Zotpress. It’s not the sortby, because it also happens when I remove that. I’ve tried re-syncing and clearing the cache, re-importing and clearing the cache, and nothing’s changed. (In fact, even after the resync it’s still showing a source that I’d removed from the group library in Zotero.)
Many thanks in advance,
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