RE: [IUG] TOC info [WAS: Re: Process for using Syndetics information


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Martin,

Thanks very much. I wonder what difference it makes since we already
index 505|t as title.

Don

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From: innopac-bounces at innopacusers dot org
[mailto:innopac-bounces at innopacusers dot org] On Behalf Of Marty Jenkins
Sent: Tuesday, September 26, 2006 9:58 AM
To: IUG INNOPAC List
Subject: [IUG] TOC info [WAS: Re: Process for using Syndetics
information

OhioLINK purchases the Blackwell's TOC information, which members can
load
into their local catalogs. This does have the advantage of including the
TOC
info directly in the bib record where it can be searched. You do have to

give some thought to how you want it indexed, though.
We initially included the 970 $t in our title index, but this has
resulted
in some very messy (and often confusing) title browse displays, so we're

looking hard at changing to only having this info in the keyword index.

But having the info in the record is definitely a big plus over the
remote
server versions.
Martin Jenkins
Head, Technical Services
Wright State University Libraries
3640 Col. Glenn Hwy
Dayton OH 45435
martin dot jenkins at wright dot edu (937)775-4983

----- Original Message -----
From: "Pat Hults" <hultsp at rpi dot edu>
To: <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 26, 2006 9:07 AM
Subject: [IUG] Re: Process for using Syndetics information


> Using Syndetics information does not allow for searching on the table
of
> contents, since the info resides on another server. There are other
> services that allow you to import the table of content into the record
and
> thus allowing searching. Does anyone have experience with the latter?
> Other than search ability, are there other pros and cons of one over
the
> other?
>
> Patricia Hults
> Coordinator of Technical Services
> Folsom Libraries
> Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
> (518) 276-8358
> hultsp at rpi dot edu
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> Today's Topics:
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> 1. Re: Process for using Syndetics information (Karen Perone)
> 2. RE: Process for using Syndetics information (Ericsson, Paul)
> 3. Re: Importing item numbers!! (Susan Libby)
> 4. WAM & Database of Recorded American Music (Sara Brownmiller)
> 5. Re: Diacritics (Bob Rasmussen)
> 6. Re: Diacritics (Michael Emly)
> 7. RE: System Mgt People in Short Supply? (Donna Arment)
> 8. Statement of Checked Out Items with ILL Awaiting? (Ruth E.
Souto)
> 9. RE: Diacritics (Hahn, Harvey)
> 10. Re: Process for using Syndetics information (Karen Perone)
> 11. Re: WAM & Database of Recorded American Music (Mark Strang)
> 12. RE: Diacritics (Leo Papa)
> 13. Re: My Records Feeds/Notice Preference? (Rachael Moore)
> 14. Patron record display (Horton Jenny)
> 15. RE: Brief display, briefcit.html & style.css help! (REED Donna)
> 16. Circulation migration question -- large academic libraries
> (Suzanne McAnna)
>
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> Message: 1
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 11:03:37 -0400
> From: Karen Perone <peroneka at oplin dot org>
> Subject: Re: [IUG] Process for using Syndetics information
> To: IUG INNOPAC List <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
> Message-ID: <4517EFC9 dot 5030808 at oplin dot org>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii; format=flowed
>
> Hi Paul,
>
> Take a look at the following WWWOptions:
> BIBIMAGE
> RESOURCETABLE
> EBADDRESS
> WEBADDRESS
> BIBIMAGE
> BUT_ENCYCPD
>
> The RESOURCETABLE will allow you to pull the "more info" button out of
> the inline buttons at the top of the screen and set them off to the
side
> of the display like our catalog
> (http://roc.rodmanlibrary.com/record=b1128856). The default is inline.
>
> If you don't have WebBridge you can have two external links by using
> EBADDRESS and WEBADDRESS. We use EBADDRESS and BUT-ENCYCPD for Google
> and WEBADDRESS for Amazon on the browse screens and Syndetics on the
> individual record screens.
>
> --Karen Perone, Rodman Public Library
>
> Ericsson, Paul wrote:
>
>> Colleagues --
>>
>> We have just sent in to Syndetics our order form, and soon will be
doing
>> the config. I have been reading the III documentation, and some of
the
>> WWWOptions appear straightforward enough. But we still have questions
>> that the doc does not seem to address, such as:
>>
>> - Positioning the Syndetics icons/links on the III catalog screens.
Is
>> this customized through the regular OPAC page editing, or is it in
>> WWWOptions (which I do not see)
>>
>> - Can all of this be done first in our staging server? Or once we
start
>> will this automatically begin to appear in the live OPAC?
>>
>> We probably will be upgrading to Rel 2006 before we get the Syndetics
>> project underway, but do not have Webbridge. I would appreciate the
>> same guidance that Doug is asking for (i.e. please reply back to the
>> list), but with comments that apply to those of us without Webbridge.
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 2
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 11:15:05 -0400
> From: "Ericsson, Paul" <PEricsson at onconcord dot com>
> Subject: RE: [IUG] Process for using Syndetics information
> To: "IUG INNOPAC List" <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
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> Hey Karen --
>
> Thanks for the info. I did not pick up from the III doc several of
the
> points that you note below.
>
> And because these are WWWOptions they can be done for testing on
staging
> without the live OPAC being affected, right?
>
> Many thanks,
>
> Paul
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: innopac-bounces at innopacusers dot org
> [mailto:innopac-bounces at innopacusers dot org] On Behalf Of Karen Perone
> Sent: Monday, September 25, 2006 11:04 AM
> To: IUG INNOPAC List
> Subject: Re: [IUG] Process for using Syndetics information
>
> Hi Paul,
>
> Take a look at the following WWWOptions:
> BIBIMAGE
> RESOURCETABLE
> EBADDRESS
> WEBADDRESS
> BIBIMAGE
> BUT_ENCYCPD
>
> The RESOURCETABLE will allow you to pull the "more info" button out of
> the inline buttons at the top of the screen and set them off to the
side
> of the display like our catalog
> (http://roc.rodmanlibrary.com/record=b1128856). The default is inline.
>
> If you don't have WebBridge you can have two external links by using
> EBADDRESS and WEBADDRESS. We use EBADDRESS and BUT-ENCYCPD for Google
> and WEBADDRESS for Amazon on the browse screens and Syndetics on the
> individual record screens.
>
> --Karen Perone, Rodman Public Library
>
> Ericsson, Paul wrote:
>
>> Colleagues --
>>
>> We have just sent in to Syndetics our order form, and soon will be
>> doing the config. I have been reading the III documentation, and
some
>
>> of the WWWOptions appear straightforward enough. But we still have
>> questions that the doc does not seem to address, such as:
>>
>> - Positioning the Syndetics icons/links on the III catalog screens.
Is
>
>> this customized through the regular OPAC page editing, or is it in
>> WWWOptions (which I do not see)
>>
>> - Can all of this be done first in our staging server? Or once we
>> start will this automatically begin to appear in the live OPAC?
>>
>> We probably will be upgrading to Rel 2006 before we get the Syndetics
>> project underway, but do not have Webbridge. I would appreciate the
>> same guidance that Doug is asking for (i.e. please reply back to the
>> list), but with comments that apply to those of us without Webbridge.
>
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> Message: 3
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 10:26:52 -0500
> From: "Susan Libby" <slibby at hsc dot unt dot edu>
> Subject: Re: [IUG] Importing item numbers!!
> To: <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
> Message-ID: <4517AEEC dot EBCD dot 003E dot 0 at hsc dot unt dot edu>
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>
> Do you also have the barcodes? What format do you have them in?
> We have found a way to do just that with barcodes. If that would be
> useful to you?
>
> Susan
>
> Susan Libby
> Computer User Support Specialist
> Gibson D. Lewis Library
> University of North Texas Health Science Center
> 3500 Camp Bowie Blvd.
> Forth Worth, Texas 76107
> (817) 735-2606
>
>
>>>> On 9/25/2006 at 8:32:42 am, in message
> <7 dot 0 dot 1 dot 0 dot 2 dot 20060925093028 dot 02688fd8 at vt dot edu>, "Curtis D. Carr"
> <ccarr1 at vt dot edu> wrote:
> We have a list of item numbers that we want to import into a review
> file to do a global update on. Does anybody know of a way of doing
> this?
>
>
> Have a nice day!
>
> Curtis D. Carr
> Director Library Systems
> University Libraries VA TECH
> (540)231-6617 (540)231-8211
>
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> Message: 4
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 08:46:17 -0700
> From: Sara Brownmiller <snb at uoregon dot edu>
> Subject: [IUG] WAM & Database of Recorded American Music
> To: innopac at innopacusers dot org
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> Has anyone been able to provide access to the Database of Recorded
> American Music (DRAM) using WAM? Any help or tips would be
appreciated.
>
> thanks, Sara
> --
>
>
> Sara Brownmiller . . . . . . . . . . . University of Oregon Libraries
> Director, Library Systems . . . . . . . 1299 University of Oregon
> Women's Studies Librarian . . . . . . . Eugene, OR 97403-1299
> snb at uoregon dot edu . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-346-2368 (voice)
>
>
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> Message: 5
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 08:50:31 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Bob Rasmussen <ras at anzio dot com>
> Subject: Re: [IUG] Diacritics
> To: IUG INNOPAC List <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
> Message-ID: <Pine dot LNX dot 4 dot 58 dot 0609250704020 dot 9426 at nimbus dot anzio dot com>
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> On Mon, 25 Sep 2006, Michael Emly wrote:
>
>> But be very clear - this is a Microsoft mess, not one generated by
III.
>
> I don't think that's entirely fair. From Microsoft's perspective, IE
is
> doing what it is told - displaying in the font that the web designer
says
> to use. Firefox went an additional step in doing font switching on a
> per-character basis, but Firefox is much newer than IE. I just tested
IE 7
> RC1 briefly, and it did better on Leo's cited page, getting the
> d-dot-below, but not getting the combining circle below.
>
> Other factors:
>
> 1. The world of transliterated text is a specialized case. Many of the
> character/diacritic combinations required in libraries are not
required in
> vernacular languages.
>
> 2. The process is hampered by the lack of language tags. It's possible
> that if III output language tags that were dependent on the original
> language of the book being displayed, it would be improve the
situation.
> At the very least, you wouldn't have to specify a "universal" font,
but
> could use a different font for each of Simplified Chinese, traditional
> Chinese, Korean, and Japanese. Or, if IE received a language tag
saying a
> page was in Czeck, it could switch to an Eastern European font, in
> accordance with the design of IE. (I don't know if there is adequate
> information stored in bib records to produce these tags.)
>
> 3. III has been slow to get their Unicode house in order. See the
charset
> issue, for instance.
>
> Regards,
> ....Bob Rasmussen, President, Rasmussen Software, Inc.
>
> personal e-mail: ras at anzio dot com
> company e-mail: rsi at anzio dot com
> voice: (US) 503-624-0360 (9:00-6:00 Pacific Time)
> fax: (US) 503-624-0760
> web: http://www.anzio.com
>
>
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> Message: 6
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 16:52:44 +0100
> From: "Michael Emly" <m dot emly at leeds dot ac dot uk>
> Subject: Re: [IUG] Diacritics
> To: <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
> Message-ID:
> <05625F047220CF43AED7CA6CBA8B6A7D3F19C0 at HERMES1 dot ds dot leeds dot ac dot uk>
> Content-Type: text/plain;charset="us-ascii"
>
> Leo
>
> On the MS help page you quote, they are addressing people who are
> working in Word in a predictable language environment, and suggesting
> that you install fonts specifically for those languages. The trouble
> with our catalogues is that they contain data from all round the world
-
> not just the original script, but also all sorts of funny diacritic
> combinations for the romanisation (Leeds has significant quantities of
> Chinese, Japanese, Arabic and Hebrew with original script records and
> all these plus Greek, Mongolian, Thai and Russian in Romanisation,
plus
> all the one-offs like Vietnamese, Hungarian etc. which use various
> diacritics). So our WebPACs are far more complex in a single page
than
> MS are reckoning on.
>
> I cited the MS font, and most of our users have MS products installed,
> but you're right - and I presume that any Unicode font will do just as
> well on either Bob's solution or mine.
>
> Regarding Millennium, Leeds has never had a problem provided the font
> properties file is for Unicode and a Unicode font (in our case MS) is
> installed on the PC.
>
> Again for us, the simple presence of MS Arial Unicode on the PC is
> sufficient to resolve any problems on the WebPAC unicode port in
> Firefox, but it screws up in IE because IE won't go hunting a suitable
> font for Roman script characters in the way it does for non-Roman
> script. Leading to the ironic situation that I can have a beautiful
> display of the Arabic script in a record, but the romanisation is full
> of squares because it can't render a t with a dot below.
>
> I'm not an expert on any of this (except perhaps foreign languages and
> romanisation) but hope this clarifies what I originally meant.
>
> Michael
>
> ********************************************
> Michael Emly
> Collection Management Services Team Leader
> Leeds University Library
> tel. +44 (0)113 343 6444
> email: m dot emly at leeds dot ac dot uk
> Postal address:
> Brotherton Library, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT
>
>
>
> Message: 14
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 10:46:02 -0400 (EDT)
> From: "Leo Papa" <papal at cantonpl dot org>
> Subject: Re: [IUG] Diacritics
> To: "IUG INNOPAC List" <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
> Message-ID:
> <21298 dot 209 dot 104 dot 141 dot 33 dot 1159195562 dot squirrel at mail dot cantonpl dot org>
> Content-Type: text/plain;charset=iso-8859-1
>
> Michael
>
> I'm not an apologist for Microsoft, but their support page suggests
> Arial Unicode MS should only be used as a default when, "you cannot
use
> multiple fonts that are tuned for different writing systems".
> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q287247/#appliesto
>
> One of the issues I have with the Arial Unicode MS is that is it now
> appears to be a propriety font. One cannot download it for free if
they
> do not have an MS product that provides it.
> http://www.orwell.ru/test/download/ascender
>
> If this problem is exclusively caaused by MS (specifically Internet
> Explorer) why does it occur in Millennium cataloging? Is this just a
> matter of properly enabling Unicode in Millennium?
>
> Leo
>
>
>
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> Message: 7
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 09:57:42 -0600
> From: "Donna Arment" <armentdl at ci dot durango dot co dot us>
> Subject: RE: [IUG] System Mgt People in Short Supply?
> To: "IUG INNOPAC List" <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
> Message-ID: <4517A815 dot 971B dot 0095 dot 0 at ci dot durango dot co dot us>
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>
> Hi,
> I am working with three small libraries in our area who are
> thinking of going to III and would need a System Mgt person. With all
of
> this take about System Mgt People does any one have job descriptions
and
> salary range they could share?
> Thanks
> Donna
>
> Donna Arment
> Technical Services & Systems Librarian
> Durango Public Library
> 1188 E Second Ave
> Durango, CO 81301
> 970-375-3386
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> Message: 8
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 12:43:10 -0400
> From: "Ruth E. Souto" <rsouto at etal dot uri dot edu>
> Subject: [IUG] Statement of Checked Out Items with ILL Awaiting?
> To: IUG INNOPAC List <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
> Message-ID: <6 dot 1 dot 2 dot 0 dot 2 dot 20060925123914 dot 01c62710 at etal dot uri dot edu>
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> Hi all-
>
> I am hoping someone can tell me this is a mistake...
>
> Innovative has just closed our call and indicated that, when running
> Statement of Checked Out Items, all ILL items that are Awaiting
Arrival
> (or
> any such state of the request) will also appear on the Statement of
> Checked
> Out items. This is actually an intended behavior (since Millennium
> Silver)
> and can only be changed via an enhancement request. I have confirmed
that
> it does indeed happen.
>
> They are saying that it is standard operating behavior to tell a
patron
> that they have an item checked out when in fact they do not. This is
> absurd.
>
> Has anyone else seen this? Can this really not be fixed except by an
> enhancement request? Please "say it ain't so."
>
> Ruth
>
>
> ******************************
> Ruth E. Souto
> Systems Librarian
> <http://library.uri.edu/>The HELIN Consortium
> 15 Lippitt Road
> Kingston, RI 02881
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> Message: 9
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> From: "Hahn, Harvey" <hhahn at ahml dot info>
> Subject: RE: [IUG] Diacritics
> To: "IUG INNOPAC List" <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
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> |-----Original Message-----
> |From: innopac-bounces at innopacusers dot org
> |[mailto:innopac-bounces at innopacusers dot org] On Behalf Of Leo Papa
> |Sent: Monday, September 25, 2006 9:46 AM
> |
> |One of the issues I have with the Arial Unicode MS is that is it now
> |appears to be a propriety font. One cannot download it for
> |free if they do not have an MS product that provides it.
>
> It always has been a proprietary font. MS had contracted with
Monotype
> (the big name in the field) for a Unicode font, and "Arial Unicode MS"
> was the result. Apparently, MS either didn't read the fine print in
the
> license or else misunderstood what they could do. As you pointed out,
> MS used to give it away to the world for free. I have a hunch that
the
> hint of a lawsuit over licensing and fees (let's see, 6 billion people
> in the world times $...) is what led to the restriction of the font to
> users who had paid to use the font (that is, Office users), and whose
> fees were then paid to the owner of the font by MS.
>
> You can see who really owns the font by going to C:\WINDOWS\Fonts and
> right clicking on "Arial Unicode MS". Click on "Properties", and then
> click on "License". (If you click on "Description" as well, you'll
see
> that Monotype owns the entire "Arial" font family--as well as many
> others.)
>
> Just realized that you may not have Microsoft's "Font Properties
> Extension", which permits seeing more information than usual when
right
> clicking on a font name. You can freely download it here:
>
> http://www.microsoft.com/typography/TrueTypeProperty21.mspx
>
> Hope this helps a bit!
>
> Harvey
>
> --
> ===========================================
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> Arlington Heights (Illinois) Memorial Library
> Desk: 847/506-2644 -- FAX: 847/506-2650 -- E mailto:hhahn at ahml dot info
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>
>
>
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> Message: 10
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 13:10:48 -0400
> From: Karen Perone <peroneka at oplin dot org>
> Subject: Re: [IUG] Process for using Syndetics information
> To: IUG INNOPAC List <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
> Message-ID: <45180D98 dot 90408 at oplin dot org>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii; format=flowed
>
>
>
> Ericsson, Paul wrote:
>> And because these are WWWOptions they can be done for testing on
staging
>> without the live OPAC being affected, right?
>
> That is correct. Have fun!
>
>> --Karen Perone, Rodman Public Library
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 11
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 13:12:15 -0400
> From: Mark Strang <mstrang at bgnet dot bgsu dot edu>
> Subject: Re: [IUG] WAM & Database of Recorded American Music
> To: IUG INNOPAC List <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
> Message-ID: <6 dot 2 dot 0 dot 14 dot 2 dot 20060925130805 dot 027ade70 at mailstore dot bgsu dot edu>
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>
> Hi Sara:
> I never did get DRAM music piece to work with WAM. The authentication

> that
> DRAM uses to identify the local institution doesn't seem to old
through
> their streaming server. Unfortunately, I've found several new
resources
> that don't like to play well with WAM when your seven or eight levels
down
> in the resource site.
> Mark
>
>
> At 11:46 AM 9/25/2006, you wrote:
>>Has anyone been able to provide access to the Database of Recorded
>>American Music (DRAM) using WAM? Any help or tips would be
appreciated.
>>
>>thanks, Sara
>>--
>>
>>
>>Sara Brownmiller . . . . . . . . . . . University of Oregon Libraries
>>Director, Library Systems . . . . . . . 1299 University of Oregon
>>Women's Studies Librarian . . . . . . . Eugene, OR 97403-1299
>>snb at uoregon dot edu . . . . . . . . . . . . 541-346-2368 (voice)
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> Bowling Green State University
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> mstrang at bgnet dot bgsu dot edu
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> Message: 12
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 13:43:55 -0400 (EDT)
> From: "Leo Papa" <papal at cantonpl dot org>
> Subject: RE: [IUG] Diacritics
> To: "IUG INNOPAC List" <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
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> Thanks Harvey,
>
> I was just in the process of downloading font.properties and looking
at
> the documentation for it.
>
> Leo
>
>
> Hahn, Harvey wrote:
>> |-----Original Message-----
>> |From: innopac-bounces at innopacusers dot org
>> |[mailto:innopac-bounces at innopacusers dot org] On Behalf Of Leo Papa
>> |Sent: Monday, September 25, 2006 9:46 AM
>> |
>> |One of the issues I have with the Arial Unicode MS is that is it now
>> |appears to be a propriety font. One cannot download it for
>> |free if they do not have an MS product that provides it.
>>
>> It always has been a proprietary font. MS had contracted with
Monotype
>> (the big name in the field) for a Unicode font, and "Arial Unicode
MS"
>> was the result. Apparently, MS either didn't read the fine print in
the
>> license or else misunderstood what they could do. As you pointed
out,
>> MS used to give it away to the world for free. I have a hunch that
the
>> hint of a lawsuit over licensing and fees (let's see, 6 billion
people
>> in the world times $...) is what led to the restriction of the font
to
>> users who had paid to use the font (that is, Office users), and whose
>> fees were then paid to the owner of the font by MS.
>>
>> You can see who really owns the font by going to C:\WINDOWS\Fonts and
>> right clicking on "Arial Unicode MS". Click on "Properties", and
then
>> click on "License". (If you click on "Description" as well, you'll
see
>> that Monotype owns the entire "Arial" font family--as well as many
>> others.)
>>
>> Just realized that you may not have Microsoft's "Font Properties
>> Extension", which permits seeing more information than usual when
right
>> clicking on a font name. You can freely download it here:
>>
>> http://www.microsoft.com/typography/TrueTypeProperty21.mspx
>>
>> Hope this helps a bit!
>>
>> Harvey
>>
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>> Arlington Heights (Illinois) Memorial Library
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> Message: 13
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 11:48:50 -0600
> From: "Rachael Moore" <rmoore at weberpl dot lib dot ut dot us>
> Subject: Re: [IUG] My Records Feeds/Notice Preference?
> To: "IUG INNOPAC List" <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
> Message-ID: <4517C222 dot 054E dot 00E6 dot 0 at weberpl dot lib dot ut dot us>
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> Did you receive any off list responses to this question? I would be
> interested to know the answer also.
>
> Thanks,
> Rach
>
> Rachael Moore
> Assistant Computer Manager
> Weber County Library
> 2464 Jefferson Avenue
> Ogden, UT 84401
> phone/fax: (801) 337-2682
> rmoore at weberpl dot lib dot ut dot us
>
>
>>>> "McGranahan, Jamen (Library)" <Jamen dot McGranahan at nashville dot gov>
>>>> 9/20/2006
> 12:49 PM >>>
> This is for those who have upgraded to Release 2006, have WebPAC Pro,
> and have installed My Record Feeds.
>
> We have a concern about redundancy. If a patron subscribes to "My
> Record Feeds" - and in essence will be notified when holds are ready
to
> be picked up, when something is overdue - will we not be duplicating
> ourselves if we also send them "notices", whether via e-mail, phone,
or
> print? Is there an option to change the Notice Preference so that if
> someone subscribes to "My Record Feeds", then the other notices are no
> longer valid and the Feed takes the place of the Notice?
>
> Jamen McGranahan
> Library Automation Specialist
> Nashville Public Library
> 615 Church Street
> Nashville, TN 37219
> Jamen dot McGranahan at nashville dot gov
> (615) 862-5726
>
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> Message: 14
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 14:09:26 -0400
> From: "Horton Jenny" <JHorton at ehc dot edu>
> Subject: [IUG] Patron record display
> To: <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
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> This issue is most likely not an Innovative issue, but I would
> appreciate the expertise of this group in trying to solve it.
>
> Some patrons have reported (and one actually provided printouts) that
> when they login to their patron account from the WebOPAC, everything
> looks normal while the name and barcode are entered, but when the
record
> comes up, the middle part of the screen, where the patron information
is
> located displays in such a large font that scrolling is required to
read
> the patron name, and see the account information. I note also that in
> the printout the images appear broken.
>
> Changing the text size in IE by going to View, Text Size makes no
> difference. At least two instances occurred while using IE 6.0.
>
> If you have any ideas or suggestions, please contact me off list.
>
> Jenny Horton
> System Coordinator
> Holston Associated Libraries, Inc.
> jhorton at ehc dot edu
> 276.944.6859 office
> 423.335.5626 mobile
>
>
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> Message: 15
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 10:51:56 -0700
> From: "REED Donna" <donnare at multcolib dot org>
> Subject: RE: [IUG] Brief display, briefcit.html & style.css help!
> To: "IUG INNOPAC List" <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
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> <B195E0825B3A09428AE339244A920183100E7FFD at lairhill dot co dot multnomah dot or dot us>
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> Your staging port is not available to outsiders. :)
>
> The only thing I want to suggest (from a usability/accessibility
> perspective) is that you want to be very careful about changing
> background colors. Whenever you lower the contrast between text and
> background you risk making the content you are intending to highlight
> less readable. Especially when working with green and red. I'd
> recommend simply changing the color of the search term and leaving the
> background alone.
>
>
> Donna Reed
> Web Services Coordinator
> Multnomah County Library
> 205 N.E. Russell St.
> Portland, OR 97212-3796
> ph: 503.988.5238 fax: 503.988.5441
> donnare at multcolib dot org
> http://www.multcolib.org/
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: innopac-bounces at innopacusers dot org
> [mailto:innopac-bounces at innopacusers dot org] On Behalf Of mcarp at cbpl
> Sent: Saturday, September 23, 2006 8:25 AM
> To: innopac at innopacusers dot org
> Subject: [IUG] Brief display, briefcit.html & style.css help!
>
>
> Greetings,
> hopefully this will be an easy one.
>
> I'm working on our staging Webpac, teaching myself the ways
> of briefcit.html and style.css.
>
> What I want to do is change the background color of the row that
> contains the search term (right below the number of results)on the
Brief
> Citation display.
>
> Example: go to http://catalog.cbpl.lib.ia.us:2082 and do a subject
> search of dogs. Click on the second entry. On the Brief citation
> screen I've managed to turn everything green except the row with the
> search term.
>
> Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Thanks!
>
> Mary
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> Message: 16
> Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2006 13:19:25 -0500
> From: Suzanne McAnna <mcanna at mail dot utexas dot edu>
> Subject: [IUG] Circulation migration question -- large academic
> libraries
> To: innopac at innopacusers dot org
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> The University of Texas Libraries is interested in hearing from other
> large (roughly 20,000 students or more) academic libraries who have
> migrated to III or Millennium within the last 5 years about their
> experience with circulation migration.
>
> If your library falls into this category, and if you did NOT do dual
> circulation on your old system and the Innovative system, could you
> please respond to the following questions?
>
> 1. Did you shut down circulation operations on your old system and
> close your circulation desks (not offer check-out, check-in, hold
> requests, etc.) while data was being migrated to Millennium?
>
> 2. If you did shut down circulation, for how long were circulation
> desks closed, and at what point in your academic calendar did this
> occur?
>
> 3. If you did NOT close your circulation desks during migration, how
> did you provide checkout and other basic services? (We are interested
> in hearing both from libraries which DID, and DID NOT, use the III
> Migration Checkout function.)
>
> 4. If you used Migration Checkout, what was your experience with it?
> Any problems?
>
>
> We would sincerely appreciate any information you could provide about
> your circulation migration experiences, the process you used to
> migrate, and any information about problems you encountered.
>
> You may want to respond off-list. If there is interest in the
> response, I will post a summary to the list.
>
> Thanks very much,
> Suzanne McAnna
> --
>
> Suzanne K. McAnna
> Head Librarian
> Circulation Services
> PCL Access Services
> University of Texas Libraries
> The University of Texas at Austin
> PCL 2.122 | Mail Code S5460 | PO Box P
> Austin, Texas 78713-8916
> Phone: 512-495-4303 | Fax: 512-495-4296
> mcanna at mail dot utexas dot edu | www.lib.utexas.edu
>
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