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as a new user of the pkp system I search informations, about the system. Manuals, How-to-dos', Workaround etc.
Is there any information avaidable.
CC. What I have seems up to know look very good. I hope I can use it soon. a lot of features which I thought about to implement them by myself are included. However, how flexible is the system for possible changings.
HOWEVER, A NICE PIECE OF SOFTWARE !!!! compliment
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I think the system is amenable to changes. It is also so easy to install and get running. There are other systems out there that are way too complicated to work with.
I was able to alter my index page to create the style that I wanted with no problem at all. I am also working on a couple of pages to add to the files.
I'll be interested in hearing if there is a manual too.
There isn't a manual to my knowledge, but you can try contacting John Willinsky at the email address listed on http://pkp.ubc.ca/ojs/
. I'm not certain, but he may have some introductory documents on the processes and functionality of the system.
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