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ENDNOTE x2 IS OUT NOW WE NEED TO UPDATE THIS PAGE
What about Mac?
"Under Windows, EndNote saves a file with the *.enl or *.enf extension along with a folder containing various MySql files with *.myi and *.myd extensions"
What kinds of extensions are used for Mac? Is there any compatibility problem for transferring libraries from Windows to Mac?
I have a Mac and the software seems to create a .enl and a .data folder for each library. I was wondering if that's different from what happens with Windows and if there is any difference between versions (I'm using EndNote X). IronChris | (talk) 05:24, 30 October 2006 (UTC)
Regardless of platform, every Endnote library created results in two folders: the .enl and the .data folder. You do not want to delete the .data folder as this will destroy your library. The following extensions exist regardless of platform.
.enf extensions represent the filters .ens extensions represent styles .dot extensions are the templates
The link * Instructions to extract EndNote references into a BibTEX format did not work. I removed it. does anyone know the correct path? replacement? Phelixxx 17:25, 15 January 2007 (UTC)
putting EndNote references into a wikipedia citation?
Has anyone set up a quick method for putting EndNote references into a wikipedia citation? alteripse 17:06, 19 May 2007 (UTC)
- I would also like to find a quick method for using EndNote to generate valid citation info reflists for Wikipedia articles. N2e (talk) 15:52, 18 February 2008 (UTC)
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I don't see any instances of what the clean up header is talking about I think it should be removed but I don't know how... —Preceding unsigned comment added by Nathan nfm (talk • contribs) 22:07, 8 May 2011 (UTC)
- I think it was mostly the use of "you" in the Issues section. But as I started to clean it up I realized that whole section was not really appropriate. It was just a random list of issues, most of which were outdated. If anybody disagrees feel free to add it back. But anyway with that gone I removed the notice as it is no longer applicable. The newly renamed "Features" section still needs some work. –CWenger (^ • @) 22:24, 8 May 2011 (UTC)