New date

I came across a couple of styles that want to reference translated works,
and they require two dates usually. The date of the original work, and the
date of the published work. So it might look like
Foreigner, Some “A renown work” [1877] trans. Modern Author, Publisher:
Location, 1996.

maybe an original-date attribute?

Julian.

Correct, though I don’t think Zotero has support for this yet.

Bruce

True - but I don’t think CSL schema does either :slight_smile:

Julian.

Correct, though I don’t think Zotero has support for this yet.

True - but I don’t think CSL schema does either :slight_smile:

Doh! That would be a bug.

Bruce

Julian Onions wrote:

 > I came across a couple of styles that want to reference
translated works,
 > and they require two dates usually. The date of the original
work, and the
 > date of the published work. So it might look like
 > Foreigner, Some "A renown work" [1877] trans. Modern Author,
Publisher:
 > Location, 1996.
 >
 > maybe an original-date attribute?

Correct, though I don't think Zotero has support for this yet.

True - but I don’t think CSL schema does either :slight_smile:

Now it does :wink:

Bruce

Bruce D’Arcus wrote:

Julian Onions wrote:

 > I came across a couple of styles that want to reference
translated works,
 > and they require two dates usually. The date of the original
work, and the
 > date of the published work. So it might look like
 > Foreigner, Some "A renown work" [1877] trans. Modern Author,
Publisher:
 > Location, 1996.
 >
 > maybe an original-date attribute?

Correct, though I don't think Zotero has support for this yet.

True - but I don’t think CSL schema does either :slight_smile:

Now it does :wink:

Bruce


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Hello,
How can I insert original-date in the UI of Zotero? What is the true field?
Thank you,
Nicolae>

There is no mapping for it as yet.

Hope to fix it/it will be fixed soon.

Julian.

Julian Onions wrote:

There is no mapping for it as yet.

Hope to fix it/it will be fixed soon.

Julian.

Bruce D'Arcus wrote:
> Julian Onions wrote:
>
>>
>>      > I came across a couple of styles that want to reference
>>     translated works,
>>      > and they require two dates usually. The date of the
original
>>     work, and the
>>      > date of the published work. So it might look like
>>      > Foreigner, Some "A renown work" [1877] trans. Modern Author,
>>     Publisher:
>>      > Location, 1996.
>>      >
>>      > maybe an original-date attribute?
>>
>>     Correct, though I don't think Zotero has support for this yet.
>>
>>
>>
>> True - but I don't think CSL schema does either :-)
>>
>
> Now it does ;-)
>
> Bruce
>
>
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Hello,
How can I insert original-date in the UI of Zotero? What is the
true field?
Thank you,
Nicolae

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Thank you, Julian.