|Created on||2020-11-28 22:27:33|
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Bookends is a full-featured and cost-effective bibliography, reference, and information management system for students and professionals. Bookends requires Intel Macs and Mac OS X 10.7 or later.
Bookends is unicode-savvy, so you can mix Roman (English, French, German, etc.) and non-Roman (Japanese, Greek, Hebrew, etc.) characters.
Introducing WYSIWYW (What You See Is What You Want)
A highly configurable, interactive, and editable interface lets you work with reference information the way you want. View Groups or Term Lists (Authors, Keywords, etc.) on the left. In the concise reference view on the right, arrange fields in any order, show just the ones that you find useful, and label them as you like. Editing or entering information is a single click away. Show attachments (pdfs, text files, images, etc.), or use the reference’s URL to show live web pages of its contents. Notecards let you enter, edit, and rearrange your thoughts, and make citing pages in footnotes a snap. Tag clouds let you visualize your terms and word use, and quickly tunnel down to the references you want.
Here are some of many different ways that the same data can be viewed in Bookends:
- Formatted reference, reference summary, single column reference list
- PDF display and outline view
- Groups, browser, and note stream
- Tag cloud
- Term List (Authors)
- Enter/Edit Reference
- View PDF in edit pane
- RequirementsmacOS 10.9 (Mavericks) or later.
- Web Site
- Developer Website
What’s New in Bookends 13.4.7
- Restored importing from JSTOR – Importing references that weren’t available via free access had been broken because of changes made by JSTOR.
- Requests to Crossref are faster and more reliably return a DOI
- The PDF command “Make Notecard from Selection and Page #” places the quoted text on a new line
- Bookends will offer to unlock a PDF that is locked in the Finder when you try to add or edit a PDF tag, or click on the lock icon in the PDF toolbar
- Updated automated download of PDFs from ScienceDirect to deal with changes made by the publisher
- Improvements in scanning LibreOffice .odt files
- Improved handling of cases where you try to register Bookends on a new Mac with a registration code whose 2 years of free updates has expired
- Author names terminated with a comma will be output as entered for Author-Date citations
- In the Attach dialog the pop-up list of subfolders to which the file could be moved is sorted alphabetically. This fixes a problem introduced by the APSF file system. Only top level subfolders will be shown.
- Close the Quick Look PDF display with Command-W without closing the library window
- Restored detection of drag and drop of PDFs and other files types onto the Bookends icon in the Dock. Fixed a bug in Live Search that allowed Spotlight searches to be initiated with every keypress instead of when a Return is pressed. The
contents of the edit pane attachment tab will be emptied when no reference is selected. Fixed a bug that prevented Live Search of notecards from finding tags (i.e. when the tag word is preceded by %). Fixed a bug where PDFs with slashes in their
names weren’t displayed in the edit pane Attachments tab. Fixed an error that could occur when searching Google Books. Fixed a bibliography bug were references could be output in small caps if the default bibliography and reference font sizes
were 3 points apart. Fixed a bug in secondary citations where “et al.” was output after the surname even if Surname Only was selected. Fixed a bug where any groups selected in the groups pane were deselected when a PDF was dropped on it.