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DoIs in Manual

Ask questions about the Apollo manual.
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DoIs in Manual

Post by jamesbushell » 07 Feb 2021, 00:54

Hi team.
Thanks for a great program.
Minor suggestion for user experience in the manual, might it be possible in a future version to replace the links to the reference list for referenced papers with the DoI so the paper opens directly?

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Re: DoIs in Manual

Post by stephanehess » 11 Feb 2021, 17:03


nice idea, but of course painful for us to go back and find the DOIs and add them to our list, but we'll try some automatic approaches in due time

Stephane Hess

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