Release Notes: The default text color is taken from the user's window manager instead of being hardcoded to black. Context and highlight colors are fully customizable. Minor bugs related to the BibTeX parser and abstract automatic guess have been fixed. Title and ISBN automatic guesses has been added.
Release Notes: The BibTeX parser considers non-bracket, single word bibliographic entries. An edit menu has been added in the BibTeX editor. It permits setting the active LyX pipe. The network configuration file netqinf.txt has been updated. Its syntax now permits HTML POST commands.
Release Notes: The cite ID format can be customized. A JSTOR predefined regular expression has been added. Capitalization for author names in full form has been fixed.
Release Notes: An option for capturing full names has been added. This will permit writing references according to some information and social sciences bibliographic styles. Editor names are treated and processed consistently, as are author names. Unicode to LaTeX conversion has been extended to all fields. Some issues regarding --bibedit command line behavior has been addressed.
Release Notes: Simultaneous editing of multiple BibTeX documents is now possible. This slightly changed the behavior of the editor and "show main" buttons. The reference extraction and BibTeX editor parts integrate better now. There are some improvements on the menus, and a memory leak from the editor has been removed.
Release Notes: The config script has been modified to fix some issues when compiling on Mac OS X and Knoppix. 'Journals to Full/Abbreviated Name' conversion has been added to the BibTeX editor. This release no longer places journal alternate names in the 'annote' field. There are some fixes regarding network querying. The file netqinf.txt has been adapted to changes in PubMed.
Release Notes: Code rearrangement and cleanup has been done to easily accommodate the editing and extracting capabilities. A different approach to automatic field recognition is introduced. Optionally, in case recognition fails, individual fields can be guessed. This simplifies manual extraction in such cases. There are some fixes. A line number indicator for the editors has been added.
Release Notes: The embedded BibTeX editor has been improved. It includes a reference list panel for fast navegation. Search capabilities are enhanced, and selection and citation through LyX pipe and clipboard have been added. cb2Bib now has a Linux desktop menu entry file, at the Office group.
Release Notes: This release enhances interoperability. 'Selection-Processing' from non-KDE applications has been improved. The command line 'cb2bib [[--bibedit] filename.bib]' has been added, which allows using cb2Bib as a BibTeX editor from within other applications such as Kile. User defined postprocessing of the current BibTeX file has been added. Two sample scripts, bib2pdf and bib2end.bat, are included to illustrate this feature. The first one launches latex and bibtex to produce a suitable print output. The other initiates a conversion tool to output references to Endnote format.
Release Notes: This release includes a convenience text editor suitable for corrections and additions. cb2Bib capabilities, e.g., interconversions Unicode-LaTeX, long-abbreviated journal name, and adding/renaming PDF, are easily available within the editor. The GUI has been improved and slightly redesigned. Customizable input preprocessing has been added. This permits you to remove or modify unwanted strings, such as img-alt tags that may interfere with the author string processing.