Tellico – collection manager for books, videos, music
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  3. <p>...that if a book has more than one author, you should separate
  4. their names by a semi-colon, so that Tellico will know how to split them
  5. and use them separately.</p>
  6. <p>Any other field which allows multiple values should be entered the
  7. same way, with a semi-colon (;) separating each value.</p>
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  9. </tip>
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  12. <p>...that you can change which fields are shown in the list view by
  13. right-clicking on the column header.
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  18. <p>...that you can add, edit, or modify the fields in the collection using
  19. the Field Editor. The arrow buttons below the field list can be used to change the
  20. position of the field in the list, which affects the placement in the entry
  21. editor.</p>
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  24. <tip category="Tellico">
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  26. <p>...that if you want to filter by a Checkbox field, a value of
  27. "true" should be used. If you'd like to filter to
  28. show only the science fiction books which you've not read, for
  29. example, check the <em>Match all of the
  30. following</em> button, set the first rule to have "Genre"
  31. "contains" "Science Fiction" (no quotes) and the second rule to
  32. have "Read" "does not contain" "true" (no quotes).</p>
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  37. <p>...that if a non-word character is used in the Quick Filter, the text is
  38. interpreted as a regular expression.</p>
  39. <p>To show only books which are by Weber or Bujold, for example, then
  40. type "weber|bujold" (no quotes) in the filter box.</p>
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  42. </tip>
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  45. <p>...that you can edit more than one entry at a time, by holding down
  46. the Shift or Ctrl key and selecting multiple entries.</p>
  47. </html>
  48. </tip>
  49. <tip category="Tellico">
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  51. <p>...that you can convert an existing book collection to a bibliography,
  52. which can then be exported to bibtex or Bibtexml format.</p>
  53. </html>
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  57. <p>...that you can add, edit, and delete string macros for bibliographies.</p>
  58. </html>
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  62. <p>...that if more than one field is formatted as a name, then an additional
  63. group named "People" is added to the collection, allowing authors and editors
  64. to be sorted or printed together, for example.</p>
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  66. </tip>
  67. <tip category="Tellico">
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  69. <p>...that you can modify the appearance of the printed output by modifying
  70. the <tt>tellico-printing.xsl</tt> file. The file generates HTML, and the CSS
  71. within the stylesheet governs things like the font, the margins, etc.</p>
  72. </html>
  73. </tip>
  74. <tip category="Tellico">
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  76. <p>...that you can import using any generic XSL stylesheet which
  77. outputs a valid Tellico XML file.</p>
  78. </html>
  79. </tip>
  80. <tip category="Tellico">
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  82. <p>...that double-clicking an entry item opens the Entry Editor.</p>
  83. </html>
  84. </tip>
  85. <tip category="Tellico">
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  87. <p>...that you can add HTML tags to any Paragraph field for formatting, such as
  88. &lt;b&gt;bold&lt;/b&gt; or &lt;i&gt;italic&lt;/i&gt;.</p>
  89. </html>
  90. </tip>
  91. <tip category="Tellico">
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  93. <p>...that in the Detailed View, you can press a letter on the
  94. keyboard to skip to the next entry that starts with that letter.</p>
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  96. </tip>
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  99. <p>...that you can use Dependent Fields to combine multiple separated fields
  100. into a single field. Just select the type Dependent and use a description
  101. similar to "Value: %{fielda}%{fieldb}" where %{...} gets replaced with the
  102. appropriate field value. This is useful to collect multiple values in a
  103. single field, e.g. for better grouping, and to combine fields of different
  104. types by respecting proper sorting at the same time. Consider for example
  105. a number field followed by a text subfield with entries 3b, 14a.</p>
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  107. </tip>