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Customizing entry types

-

- To customize entry types, select the menu - Options --> Customize entry types. -

- When customizing an entry type, you both define how its entry editor should look, and what - it takes for JabRef to consider an entry complete. You can both make changes to the existing - entry types, and define new ones. -

- Note that no modifications you make in this dialog will be stored until you click Apply - or OK. If you click Cancel or simply close the dialog, unapplied changes will - be lost. - -

Using the entry customization dialog

- -The entry customization dialog is divided in three main panels. The leftmost panel -is where you can select an entry type for modification, and add new ones. The middle -panel is used for setting up the required fields of the selected entry type, and -the right panel for setting up the optional fields. - -

Adding and removing entry types

- -

The currently available entry types are listed in the left panel. Whenever -you select an entry type, the other panels will update to show what fields are -required and optional for this entry type. - -

To add a new entry type, you must enter a name for it in the text field below -the type list, and click Add. The new entry type will be added to the list, -and selected for modification. - -

To remove a custom entry type, select it and click Remove. This operation will -only be available for custom entry types that are not merely modifications of standard types. -It is not possible to remove a standard entry type. - -

To return a modified standard type to its default setup, select it and click Default. -This operation will only be available for customized entry types that modify a standard type. - -

Editing entry types

- -When an entry type is selected, the current required and optional fields will be listed -in the center and right panels of the dialog. The process of editing the lists are identical -for the required and optional fields. - -

To add a new field, edit the text field below the list, or select a field name from the -dropdown menu, then click Add. The chosen field name will be added at the end of the -list. - -

To remove one or more fields, select them in the list, and click Remove. - -

To change the order of the fields, choose one field name, and click the arrow buttons to move -it up or down in the list. - -

-There is one limitation to customizing entry types; certain types have -an and/or condition in their required fields. For instance, a book -entry is complete with either the author or the editor -field, or both. This type of condition cannot be represented in a customized -entry. - - - + +

To customize entry types, select the menu Options + --> Customize entry types.

+ +

When customizing an entry type, you both define how its + entry editor should look, and what it takes for JabRef to + consider an entry complete. You can both make changes to the + existing entry types, and define new ones.

+ +

Note that no modifications you make in this dialog will be + stored until you click Apply or OK. If you click + Cancel or simply close the dialog, unapplied changes + will be lost.

+ +

Using the entry customization dialog

+ +

The entry + customization dialog is divided in three main panels. The + leftmost panel is where you can select an entry type for + modification, and add new ones. The middle panel is used for + setting up the required fields of the selected entry type, and + the right panel for setting up the optional fields.

+ +

Adding and removing entry types

+ +

The currently available entry types are listed in the left + panel. Whenever you select an entry type, the other panels will + update to show what fields are required and optional for this + entry type.

+ +

To add a new entry type, you must enter a name for it in the + text field below the type list, and click Add. The new + entry type will be added to the list, and selected for + modification.

+ +

To remove a custom entry type, select it and click + Remove. This operation will only be available for custom + entry types that are not merely modifications of standard + types. It is not possible to remove a standard entry type.

+ +

To return a modified standard type to its default setup, + select it and click Default. This operation will only be + available for customized entry types that modify a standard + type.

+ +

Editing entry types

+ +

When an entry type is selected, the + current required and optional fields will be listed in the + center and right panels of the dialog. The process of editing + the lists are identical for the required and optional fields.

+ +

To add a new field, edit the text field below the list, or + select a field name from the dropdown menu, then click + Add. The chosen field name will be added at the end of + the list.

+ +

To remove one or more fields, select them in the list, and + click Remove.

+ +

To change the order of the fields, choose one field name, + and click the arrow buttons to move it up or down in the + list.

+ +

There is one limitation to customizing entry types; certain + types have an and/or condition in their required fields. For + instance, a book entry is complete with either the + author or the editor field, or both. This + type of condition cannot be represented in a customized + entry.

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