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  • Resolved mlapl1

    (@mlapl1)


    Hello

    Thank you for the new plugin. Just upgraded the plugin and although I thought it was supposed to keep on working, I gte the following error:

    Mendeley Plugin Error: 200

    I tried various things to get it functioning again until I get the new mendeley credentials but to no avail (I guess I am missing something).

    This is not a major problem as I expect it will be fixed when the new credentials arrive, but I thought I would report it anyway.

    Thank you and all the very best
    Andrew

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/mendeleyplugin/

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  • Plugin Author kochm

    (@kochm)

    Thanks for the feedback – there actually was still a bug in the code that showed when CSL formatting was used. It should work now (v0.9.1).

    mlapl1

    (@mlapl1)

    Hello and thanks for the new plugin. It now shows the citations correctly. However, there is a new (small) problem: Spacing between the citations seems to be much bigger than before (2 lines instead of one). There is a possibility that it is my editor’s fault but, if it is, then I cannot see where.

    You can see what I am talking about at: http://gocultures.com/apl/publications-and-presentations/

    Thanks for any thoughts.
    Andrew

    mlapl1

    (@mlapl1)

    Hello again

    one more thing I noticed (you can see it too at the URL I gave you previously) is that in addition to there being extra vertical space, there is also extra horizontal space, e.g. between the name of the article and the name of the journal, or between the editor’s first name and last name.

    All the best and thank you
    Andrew

    Plugin Author kochm

    (@kochm)

    I checked the code and removed a <p> that was inserted for every document when CSL mode was used. Now (v0.9.2) the code produced should be fine. The formatting can be changed using standard CSS.

    mlapl1

    (@mlapl1)

    Thank you very much for the change. I notice though that there is still a big space above the first display in each section – maybe it’s me.

    I am not keen to hack the plugin code as I will have to re-hack it every time the plugin is updated.

    I will experiment a bit – but thanks it looks great now.

    Andrew

    Plugin Author kochm

    (@kochm)

    You do not have to hack the plugin code. The plugin encloses the output in <p> and <div> tags with specific classes that can be used to modify formatting via CSS-stylesheets in your theme.

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