|Subject:||Re: [org-mode] make citation object available to org-cite-make-insert-processor SELECT-STYLE?|
|Date:||Thu, 29 Jul 2021 21:19:52 -0400|
On Thu, Jul 29, 2021 at 3:28 PM Nicolas Goaziou <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> "Bruce D'Arcus" <email@example.com> writes:
> > But to do that best and most consistently (next step is CSL, for
> > example), I need the citation accessible from there, so I can run the
> > export processors to generate the previews.
> > Could we possibly tweak SELECT-STYLE to take one argument: citation?
> When you are inserting a whole new citation, what would be the value?
> nil? What would you display then?
The first iteration of the idea behind the request is this style selection UI:
So the idea is to present a preview of the style/variant output when
selecting the style.
/ (Doe, 2019)
... or maybe even multiple columns:
/ (Doe, 2019) \citep
I'm thinking the best way to build this UI is to iterate through
org-cite-support-styles, and run at least the default export processes
to create that preview annotation,
As my thinking has evolved (and there's been a lot of discussion on
this the past week), I see two options:
1. Generate the previews from the citations at point. This was the
idea that promoted the suggestion here, since I can't get access to
that citation data if I use org-cite-make-insert-processor.
2. Instead, have a standardized example record just for the preview.
With this approach, the citation context isn't relevant.
As to your question, do any style UIs currently allow you to select a
style on a new citation before selecting the keys?
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