Jurism

A 10-post collection

Juris-M: changes up to v5.0.47m36

This release brings Juris-M level with Zotero 5.0.47. Changes to Zotero are documented on the Zotero website. Changes I have made to the code for Juris-M since v5.0.45m33 include the following: Juris-M connector: The browser plugin (or “connector”) is meant to acquire the code needed to »

Juris-M: column weirdness and v5.0.45m33

With the upgrade to v5.0.45m33, you will see something strange in the center column: all columns will be selected for display. This is not breakage, but a one-time issue to make Juris-M play more nicely with Zotero when both are installed on the same system. This post explains »

Juris-M: changes in v5.0.45m28

We've skipped some version numbers since the v5.0.44m24 release. There has been some rapid activity upstream at Zotero, particularly around word processor support. Between that and a flakey network connection from my laptop (now resolved), several of the intervening releases either reached only one architecture, or were abandoned »

Juris-M: changes in v5.0.44m24

This is another bugfix release. This clears all known bugs but one, so before turning to the changes in this release, a note about that remaining lurker. Some users of Juris-M and Zotero have reported Word crashes on certain documents. The bug appears to be triggered by Track Changes. If »

Juris-M: changes in v5.0.44m23

This is primarily a Juris-M bugfix release, with a few updates from Zotero upstream. The Juris-M icon returns on Windows systems! The feature to “bind” a document to a shared library was extracting separate items for each occurrence of a reference on first refresh. This is now avoided. Where ... a »

Writing supervision with Juris-M

The Juris-M reference manager is a variant of Zotero. This post concerns document cite sharing, a unique feature of Juris-M that will be of interest to academic writing instructors. »

Juris-M 5.0 update now in beta

Juris-M is a reference manager with support for legal and multilingual citations, based on Zotero. After several months of "suspended development," it has been brought up to date. »