CSPapers is a quick & dirty Firefox extension which tries to name the
according to a specified format string. It was developed because
I was tired renaming the papers either in the save dialog or
later on disk.
No super secret information extraction algorithms :-) just simple tag
If the web page URL contains "citeseer" the Firefox context menu is
expanded with a "Save CiteSeer Paper" entry. Beyond this you will
find three filename suggestions. The first one will use only the last part
of the names, the second the first part and the third the full names:
Of course you can change the filename format through the extension settings
(inside the Firefox extensions dialog):
In every case the full "authors" string is taken if it is shorter
than the "authors et.al." string. Setting the value to "0"
disables the "et.al." functionality.
CSPapers v0.1 (beta) firefox extension
CSPapers v0.1 (beta) source code
The extension is provided under the terms of the Mozilla Public License.
If you want to install cspapers you will either have
to manually allow extension installations from this url
or save the xpi file with "save as".
BECAUSE THE PROGRAM IS LICENSED FREE OF CHARGE, THE COPYRIGHT
HOLDERS PROVIDE THE PROGRAM "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY
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QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE PROGRAM IS WITH YOU. IN NO EVENT
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