18.104.22.168 Results for Capture References Bookmarklet in Google Chrome
The bookmarklet in Chrome will not be able to import the page of references. We suggest using
Internet Explorer or Firefox for Google Scholar.
22.214.171.124 Google Scholar Non-U.S. Sites Workaround
There is a known issue when using Capture with localized Google Scholar sites, for example, with the
scholar.google.com.au site. If you find that Google Scholar redirects you to a local site after performing a
search, you may need the following workaround to force Google Scholar to use the U.S. site for export.
Perform your search.
In the Google Scholar settings, set the Bibliography manager to Show links to import citations
into EndNote, then click the Save button. This will be necessary for any browser.
In the browser address bar, remove the local country indentifier from the URL. As an example,
http://scholar.google.com.au/scholar?hl=en&q=sushi&btnG=&as_sdt=1%2C5 would become
http://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&q=sushi&btnG=&as_sdt=1%2C5 after removing the ³au´
for Australia. (Highlighting added to show difference.)
Click the Capture button.
3.5.3 Capture a Set of References from PubMed
Perform your search in PubMed, then click the Capture button on the EndNote toolbar for Internet
Explorer or Firefox, or the Capture Reference bookmarklet button in other browsers. Below are
the results you should see.
126.96.36.199 Results for Capture Button in Internet Explorer or Firefox
When the capture is finished you should see a message that multiple references have been
imported into your Unfiled group. You can continue capturing references one page at a time.
(Please note that in these browsers you could also use direct export to export up to 200 references
at a time to either your online or desktop library.)