This update of Papers for Windows focuses on performance and stability improvements: it should feel much faster than previous releases. It also provides better support for shared libraries across Windows and Mac, and adds 2000+ new CSL styles.
- Introducing over 2000 new CSL styles for Elsevier and T&F journals.
- Added support for HTTP proxies that use authentication.
- Added support for HTTP compressed responses when using a HTTP proxy.
- fixes an issue with Citations that could occur when starting Papers right after a software update.
- fixes an issue with searching papers after rebuilding the search index.
- Improved performance when starting Papers.
- Improved performance when selecting a publication.
- Improved performance when switching between tabs.
- Improved performance when switching between collections.
- Improved performance when using Citations with MS Word.
- Improved stability when searching for papers (a memory leak was fixed).
- CSL style updates happen in the background.
- Fixed a Google Scholar search issue that was causing some searches to fail.
- Better support for shared libraries between Windows and Mac computers. The application now ensures that it is not running on other computers when being started.
- Format option didn't appear after re-opening Citations.
- Amazon Books search option was removed.
- Citations didn't handle empty citations in MS Word documents.
- ACS Journal download would not work every time. Some metadata was missing.
- Editing a paper would set printed/read date even if not changed. This could cause issues on Papers for Mac.
- JSTOR search was not using the user proxy settings correctly.
- Papers for Windows would crash, under rare circumstances, when adding a paper to a collection.
Have a look at our roadmap to see what's up next: