Wordperfect 11 and Reference Manager 10

Malay Kumar Basu curiouser at gene.ccmbindia.org
Thu Aug 21 06:00:48 EST 2003

A problem typical of closed source vendors. Take my good advise. Switch 
over to Openoffice. It is actively maintained (Sun) and fantastic. 
Available in all platforms. And has a fabulous reference manager built 


PS. Not satisfied? Switch to LaTeX/BibTeX.

Jean-Etienne Poirrier wrote:

> Hello,
> I am using Reference Manager 10 (with the PubMed update) and it worked 
> well with Wordperfect 9. Now I switched to Wordperfect 11 and nothing 
> work anymore.
> I tried to re-install the Cite While You Write feature. The 
> installation software does something, I can see a progression bar but 
> there isn't any results (no new toolbar in Wordperfect).
> I tried to put the files Rm10wp10.dll and Rm10wp10.wpt in the template 
> directory of WP11 (C:\Program Files\WordPerfect Office 
> 11\Template\Custom WP Templates, your mileage may vary). No result.
> I tried to connect to refman.com Tech Support's On-Line Database 
> (http://www.refman.com/support/rmsearchdb.asp). Either with Mozilla or 
> Internet Explorer, I only get an error message when I search for 
> "Wordperfect" :
> Address: 
> Text:
> > Error Detected By ROFM CGI
> > Database "RM_TS.fp3" is not available.
> > Error Number
> > -2700
> (Anyway, when I saw it was last updated 11/2002, I had little hope to 
> find an answer)
> I tried with Google and, obviously, I found this previous threat on a 
> mailing-list :
> http://lists.adeptscience.co.uk/refman/refman_Jun_2003/thid_c77b4683949d07b6f5b6241e55243076.html 
> I tried the hack proposed by Andrew Hilson but it doesn't work.
> Does anyone have any news about WP11 + RefMan10?
> Have you tried this combination?
> Can you help me?
> Thanks in advance.
> Jean-Etienne

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