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Author Topic: Encoding problem with bib-files imported from Zotero
fritz3721
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Posts: 1
Post Encoding problem with bib-files imported from Zotero
on: January 12, 2016, 17:26

Hello world,
I exported my references from Zotero via Zotero Automatic Export, but foreign letters were not decoded correctly.
I tried by changing the coding in Jabref to utf-8, but this didnt help.
Thanks a lot in advance!

PS: I tried to find an answer to this in the forum, but maybe I missed it.
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Georg Link
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Posts: 31
Post Re: Encoding problem with bib-files imported from Zotero
on: January 15, 2016, 23:43

Hi fritz3721,

Are you talking about

f{\"u}r

instead of

für

This is correct LaTeX (and BibTeX) notation for umlauts, which you can read more on here:
https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/Special_Characters#Escaped_codes

If I understand you correctly, the formatting occurred when you exported in Zotero?
Then you would have to see if Zotero offers export in in a way that retains special characters instead of escaping them.

A work-around could be to replace all occurrances before importing the file to Docear.

I hope this answers your question?

Georg

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