Ensuring a Blind Review

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Ensuring a Blind Review

Postby soj » Mon Feb 19, 2007 9:01 pm

Since our journal has opted for open reviews rather than blind, the link to "Ensuring a Blind Review" which appears in the author and editor pages of the review workflow is confusing some of my authors. I would like to remove it. Just haven't found the file(s) to modify yet. Suggestions would be greatly appreciated, as always ;-)


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Postby asmecher » Tue Feb 20, 2007 10:26 am

Hi soj,

This link appears in a few places: in the default submission checklist, which can be customized in Journal Setup, and also in the following templates using the "reviewer.article.ensuringBlindReview" translation key:
  • templates/author/submit/step3.tpl
  • templates/author/submit/step4.tpl
  • templates/reviewer/submission.tpl
Where this key appears will differ slightly on different versions of OJS. To find specifically which templates refer to it on your installation, use the following command line (note the back-ticks):

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fgrep -l "reviewer.article.ensuringBlindReview" `find /path/to/OJS -name \*.tpl`
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