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In version 2.3.3, is it possible to configure an option that requires pay-to-view for some contents - ie the main papers - whereas other material such as Editorial, Book Reviews etc would remain on open access? I have read through the Userguide sections on Payments and Subscriptions several times, but can't spot any option that would allow this.
Thanks very much,
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Yes, you need to set the issue as a whole as subscription-based (in Issue Data) and then in the table of contents set each article access status as either 'Default' (requires subscription) or 'Open' (no subscription required).
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