bug: text-

Hy,
I have a problem: text-case=“capitalize-first” doesn’t work with ibid
term (there is no way to capitalize ibidem (Ibidem)). Is it a bug?
My style is at www.zotero.org/styles - "INTER. Romanian Institute…"
Thank you,
Nicolae

I can’t reproduce this. I am seeing some odd behavior where the Ibid
term doesn’t appear until after a refresh, which I will definitely
look into, but it’s capitalized properly. Have you checked out the
latest version of Zotero from SVN?

Simon

Simon Kornblith wrote:

Hy,
I have a problem: text-case=“capitalize-first” doesn’t work with ibid
term (there is no way to capitalize ibidem (Ibidem)). Is it a bug?
My style is at www.zotero.org/styles - “INTER. Romanian Institute…”

I can’t reproduce this. I am seeing some odd behavior where the Ibid
term doesn’t appear until after a refresh, which I will definitely
look into, but it’s capitalized properly. Have you checked out the
latest version of Zotero from SVN?

Simon


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I have Zotero 1.0.1, and when I used text-transform it worked. This
error have appeared after the change text-transform with text-case, in
the schema. Also it doesn’t work wiht “capitalize-all”, “title”,
“sentence” etc. The result is ibid, not Ibid.

My code is:













Nicolae

I have Zotero 1.0.1, and when I used text-transform it worked. This
error have appeared after the change text-transform with text-case, in
the schema. Also it doesn’t work wiht “capitalize-all”, “title”,
“sentence” etc. The result is ibid, not Ibid.

My code is:













You need to follow the instructions at <http://dev.zotero.org/svn_and_trac_access

to download and install the Development XPI, or check out the
latest code from SVN. The latest released version of Zotero doesn’t
support text-case (since the modification was made rather recently),
but the development code does.

Even after you update, text-case=“sentence” is still not going to
work, but we’re working on that (see ticket #832: <https://www.zotero.org/trac/ticket/832

).

Simon

Simon Kornblith wrote:> On Nov 28, 2007, at 10:22 PM, @nicturcan wrote:

I have Zotero 1.0.1, and when I used text-transform it worked. This
error have appeared after the change text-transform with text-case, in
the schema. Also it doesn’t work wiht “capitalize-all”, “title”,
“sentence” etc. The result is ibid, not Ibid.

My code is:













You need to follow the instructions at <http://dev.zotero.org/svn_and_trac_access

to download and install the Development XPI, or check out the
latest code from SVN. The latest released version of Zotero doesn’t
support text-case (since the modification was made rather recently),
but the development code does.

Even after you update, text-case=“sentence” is still not going to
work, but we’re working on that (see ticket #832: <https://www.zotero.org/trac/ticket/832

).

Simon


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It works with Zotero 1.02, thank you, Simon,
Nicolae