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It doesn't have anything? Maybe. But the site linked in your other question certainly does. It has a zip file and, in case you can't be bothered to download it, it also has a direct link to the .bst.


The reason for this was a long discussion of the developers with users who have upgraded from 2.9.2 to 2.10. JabRef changed the serialization format and users had issues with their version control: There were users working with 2.9.2 and users working with 2.10. The bibliography was completely changed, even if there was only a minor change in one entry. ...


It works for me using JabRef 3.2 (I have not tested with earlier versions). I saved your example in a file name test.RIS , then: "File -> Import into new database". A windows entitled "open" pops up. Selection of the file: test.RIS Selection of the filter: RIS Click on OK Done


I think you need a) to use UTF-8 in your .bib file, b) use UTF-8 in latex, and c) use bibtex8 or biblatex (with biber) which can handle UTF-8 encoded .bib files (as bibtex CANNOT handle utf-8 encoded .bib files).


JabRef provides an integration with TeXStudio, so you can push citations directly into TeXStudio. Just select TeXStudio in the toolbar as the external application and then you can push the currently selected entry as \cite{key} to TeXStudio.


Several of the abstract fields (such as the one of kalesanUsesFSS) contain unescaped percentage characters, such as "5.2%". This leads BibTeX to consider the rest of the line as a comment, including the final "}". You may need your replace your "%" by "\%" (not tested).

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