•Selected-text-based autolinks. These autolinks combine selected text (e.g.,
selected within a PDF view in Sente) with a template to produce a URL. This type
of autolink is used, for example, when adding PDFs to support easy searching
based on text within the PDF.
Both of these types of autolink templates are configured in the Autolinks Setup
pane, and both are explained below.
Reference-based autolinks have many different uses. For example, you can use
these autolinks to:
•Look up the publishers page for an article using the DOI;
•Look up the reference in an on-line literature resource such as PubMed or Web of
Knowledge using one or more identifiers (like PubMed ID);
•Look up a book at Amazon.com, the Library of Congress or WorldCat using an
•Search for related references using an identifier, or title, or other information
within a reference;
•Retrieve related material from a publisher’s site using a DOI;
•Search for other works by an author on Google Scholar or some other site.
Using Reference-Based Autolinks
To see the list of active autolinks for a reference, select the reference in Sente and
•Click on the autolinks button in the header of the attachment view, or
•Select the View > Attachment Pane > Autolinks command in the main menu.
The autolinks button in the attachment view header.
When you do this, the attachment pane will display a page containing all of the
active autolinks for the current reference.