Endnote extension exports browser page to Endnote www.endnote.com from Thomson or compatible RIS citation management tool.
Collects URL, hostname, last modification time and title page and exports to a RIS file. That RIS file can be imported into Endnote, Refworks or similar citation tool.
You can link in the operation system the RIS file with endnote and tell the browser to open RIS files automatically with endnote. So only one click is necessary to export the data. If you got an issue that the citation replaces your browser window then the RIS file is not linked well in the tools/options/content/filetypes screen.
If you don't know what the Endnote standalone application or a similar tool is, this extension will have no value to you. This extension helps to export browser meta data to an external application.
· Firefox: 1.5 – 2.0.0.*
What's New in This Release:
· Changed the ris file extension to enw so that the user can choose which application to use. There have been some issues with RIS as it seems that Endnote deals with RIS files from the browser automatically and often not in the correct way.