#757 Autogeneration Format Syntax - set maximum length of acronym

BibDesk 1.0 +
closed
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2011-12-16
2011-12-16
Anonymous
No

I want to use the initials of the first three words of the title. To achieve this I made a change to the Autogeneration Format Syntax. Maybe it can be included into the official version.

Here is a description of the changed syntax

%c{Field}[]3
Arbitrary field as initials (acronym)
max length, max length of words to ignore

If there is anything wrong with the code, please tell me what changes would be needed to make it suitable for the official version, if it is possible at all.

Discussion

  • Nobody/Anonymous

    patch to change the syntax

     
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    I think this is really too far fetched. You can add modifications and specifiers to infinity, but lines should be drawn. AFAIC this is over the line.

     
  • Christiaan Hofman

    • status: open --> closed
     
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