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Re: Losing TABs in fields beginning with punctuation marks
Author: Peter Mayer    Posted: Wed, 30 Apr 2003 09:04:32 +1030
On 29 April, Simon Gilbertson wrote:

>We have, after a year of intensive work with EN, been confronted finally
>by a phenomena which we cannot solve alone and are writing to ask for
>assistance.
>
>Our System: EN 6.0/MAC OS X/MAC OS 9.2
>
>
>Here's our problem:
>
>Whilst exporting a library using a tab delimited output style to plain
>text file the following original reference:
>
>Smith,G.TAB2002TAB ...and the show goes on.TAB Journal of
>ChaosTAB15TAB3TAB3-16
>
>looses its TABs and ends up looking like this:
>
>Smith,G.TAB2002 ...and the show goes on.TAB Journal of
>ChaosTAB15TAB3TAB3-16
>
>The TAB before the three full-stops disappear and the data is joined to
>the previous field. This phenomena happens with any number of full-stops
>and regardless in which field it appears.
>
Hi Simon,

A crude work-around would be to edit your export style to
include 'pseudo RTF' text (or any similar unique markers) where you
want to force tabs, e.g.: \tab |vol. Then do a 'search and replace'
(\tab => ^t in WORD).

Peter
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Re: Losing TABs in fields beginning with punctuation marks
Author: Peter Mayer    Posted: Wed, 30 Apr 2003 09:04:32 +1030
>We have, after a year of intensive work with EN, been confronted finally
>by a phenomena which we cannot solve alone and are writing to ask for
>assistance.
>
>Our System: EN 6.0/MAC OS X/MAC OS 9.2
>
>
>Here's our problem:
>
>Whilst exporting a library using a tab delimited output style to plain
>text file the following original reference:
>
>Smith,G.TAB2002TAB ...and the show goes on.TAB Journal of
>ChaosTAB15TAB3TAB3-16
>
>looses its TABs and ends up looking like this:
>
>Smith,G.TAB2002 ...and the show goes on.TAB Journal of
>ChaosTAB15TAB3TAB3-16
>
>The TAB before the three full-stops disappear and the data is joined to
>the previous field. This phenomena happens with any number of full-stops
>and regardless in which field it appears.
>
Hi Simon,

A crude work-around would be to edit your export style to
include 'pseudo RTF' text (or any similar unique markers) where you
want to force tabs, e.g.: \tab |vol. Then do a 'search and replace'
(\tab => ^t in WORD).

Peter
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Peter Mayer | /> Politics Department |
University of Adelaide | 'phone:+61.8 8303 5606/5610
Adelaide, SA 5005 | FAX: (+61.8) 8303 3446
AUSTRALIA |
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