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Multilanguage Abstract, Keywords and Title

Postby pbargiona » Thu Aug 30, 2012 8:06 pm

Dear PKP OJS Team,

First of all: Your system is amazing! It took some time to learn how to properly use everything, but once it's done, you have a very hardcore tool! If only it was somewhat more beautiful I'd say it's perfect! Remember Apple: keep things simple and beautiful for the final user!

My question here is another: Is it possible to set the request (the obligation, I should say) for authors to provide a Title, an Abstract and Keywords in English (and other languages that might please him, on his choice)? Also, I'd like these data to be indexed just as the regular Title (título), Abstract (Resumo) and Keywords (Palavras-Chave). The problem is that I coordinate a Brazilian Undergraduate Student Law Review and almost all of our public reads and writes in Portuguese, but the International Indexes and the National Periodical Publication Evaluation Standard (WebQUALIS) from Brazil demands these in 2 languages, generally speaking of Portuguese and English.

Another minor one: Is it possible to set the obligatory request for authors to have a telephone by the time of their submission (or have a box for them to include this data, which is to update their profile and do not appear on the submission at all)?

Thanks in Advance
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Re: Multilanguage Abstract, Keywords and Title

Postby primozs » Sun Mar 31, 2013 12:59 pm

Hi,

I am also working on multilingual publication (English and Slovenian) and have the same issue/question: Is it possible to set it somehow obligatory that authors have to specify title, abstract and keywords in two languages?

Regards, Primož
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Re: Multilanguage Abstract, Keywords and Title

Postby jmacgreg » Tue Jan 28, 2014 10:32 am

Hi folks,

Unfortunately that is not currently possible -- only the main required locale is mandatory at this point.

Cheers,
James
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