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One last message to say that it did work. I am now able to cite multiple sources. It would not have occurred to me that the button would only appear after the first source had been selected and that I would need to eventually go back and add it after the 2nd source but that is how it works for screen reader users, apparently.
Thank you! I have a functional reference manager for the first time in my academic life.
On Tue, Mar 5, 2019 at 10:00 AM Sally Kiebdaj via Groups.Io <email@example.com
I wil play with it again today but thought I tried that and found no buttons. It may be that I am not successfully focusing the 2nd citation.
To others asking about the application, it is useful in academic writing and given the number of students I have seen post to this list I can imagine a guide would be helpful. It would also be nice for those not on the list who get no help from their own colleges and universities but run a search or use NVDA and look for NVDA tutorials related to being a student.
The buttons are only in the classical dialogue. You need it to
show you the classical dialogue in the multiple sitations mode. In
object nav, you will hear buttons, such as 24 of 14 button.
Presing the first one on the left will add second citation, while
other will remove it. You need to have focus on the second
citation you want to add first though.
On 3/4/2019 3:51 PM, Sally Kiebdaj
I haven't cited any books yet so don't have an
answer. Would you like me to ask a librarian and see if their
For your solution to the multiple references, I see
no buttons. Are you in the classic citation view or no? What
operating system are you using? I would love to figure this out
with your help.
As a side note, I would really like if we could pool
our expertise and write up a guide for Gene'S website. I feel
strongly that academic Programs like this are just as important
to explain and support as more basic ones.
There is a solution for multiple citations. There is a
numbered button, click one after moving focus to the
citation you want to add after the first, and it will add
it. IOne of them will add, while the other removes.
I have another problem. Do you know how to change a book
entry to book section, and then add authors and editors?
When I change the editor field to an author, or vice
versa, wrong author is changed.
3/1/2019 10:00 PM, Sally Kiebdaj wrote:
To revive this thread, I can give a partial answer
to the original question and need to ask one of my
If you go to the zotero desktop application and
under preferences find citation then word processor
and check the "use classic citation checkbox, you
will get a dialogue in word that is 99% accessible.
The only thing that has not worked for me is citing
multiple works in a single in text citation. In the
classic citation dialogue there is an add button that
NVDA does not see with any cursor and in the default
dialogue I hear only a string of HTML code rather than
i have posted to the zotero forum and will let you
know what i hear back.
Does anyone else have experience here with zotero
or any other free citation manager?
It was a huge help to have this on my last paper
and I'd like to see it work or have access to
something equivalent for academic writing.
management and citation generation.
On 7/29/18, 06:30, "Ben J. Bloomgren" <firstname.lastname@example.org
on behalf of godsquad@...>
What does Zotero do?
On 7/29/2018 3:00, James AUSTIN wrote:
> Morning folks
> I hope you are all well.
> Has anyone found a way of using Zotero with
NVDA please? I have
> installed the plugin for Word but am unable
to access the dialogue
> that appears. NVDA reports 'unknown'.