Mendeley Desktop 0.9.9 is now available for Windows, Mac and Linux. For existing users, you can get it by starting (or restarting) Mendeley Desktop and accepting the update prompt.
Highlights of this release:
- The new citation editor introduced for Word on Windows in the previous release is now also available for users of OpenOffice.org and Microsoft Word for Mac. There is no longer a need to go back to Mendeley to select a publication to cite. Instead you can just click Insert Citation (or press Ctrl + Cmd (⌘) + I on Mac) and type in keywords from the title, authors or publication of the work you wish to cite.
- You can now export the sticky notes on a PDF as an annotation report in PDF format, with or without the content of the article itself. When viewing a PDF in Mendeley, go to File -> Export PDF with Annotations.
- Sharing PDFs with colleagues is now easier, whether they use Mendeley or not. Select a document and click the ‘E-mail Documents’ button on the toolbar to send an article via email to one or more people.
In addition, there have been improvements to app startup time, citation formatting, RIS import, EndNote XML import/export and Linux desktop integration, plus bug fixes and stability improvements.
For more details, see the complete list of changes.
If you have a feature, change or bug fix that you particularly want to see soon, please visit our feedback forum and add your votes.
Ubuntu users: Mendeley Desktop 0.9.9 was released for Ubuntu/Debian last week. Mendeley Desktop 0.9.9.1 has been released today to fix crashes specific to the Ubuntu version that some users encountered when the file organizer was enabled.