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  • tfileme
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    Textcite works excellent.

    Posted 05/17/2013
  • oid-3457772
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    Dear Friends, this current versión doesn't work in MountainLion OSX...

    Posted 10/29/2012
  • sweuk11
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    Excellent for organizing research notes. I've used this extensively during the last two years for all the notekeeping work for my PhD, and it has not failed me. You can customize by publication, author, category, or outline. You can categorize quotations, write your comments alongside the quotes, and find them through tags or the search function. The interface is very user-friendly, and it takes you a maximum of 2 minutes to make sense of how it works. Use this together with JabRef, and you can say farewell to disgusting proprietary software like EndNote, etc. A BIG THANKS TO THE DEVELOPER!

    Posted 12/09/2011
  • fedeviola
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    It's a very useful tool to own's notes management. The developer is also responsive to messages and questions, which is very important. I use by side with Mendeley.

    Posted 01/04/2010
  • mehjg
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    It's a very handy program, and the developer is helpful and responsive to messages and questions. Vivat, crescat, floreat!

    Posted 10/31/2009