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    Emiliano Heyns
    @retorquere
    but if this still runs slower than mine, the tests with your profile (which I'll have to do tomorrow evening -- my son's birthday is tomorrow) are unlikely to unearth anything. Because if rbwl still runs slower than on mine, it cannot be your profile, as the tests use their own profile.
    as an aside, ./test/behave will run all small tests. It's really fun to watch.
    Joachim K. Rennstich
    @jrennstich
    zotero(3)(+0000000): {better-bibtex +1} QBW: done {Better BibTeX worker 1} 49 items, total duration 0.242s of which 0.047s prep, serialization cache 0%, export cache 0%
    zotero(3)(+0000300): {better-bibtex +2711} QBW: done {BetterBibTeX JSON worker 1} 24352 items, total duration 13.066s of which 10.368s prep, serialization cache 0%, export cache 0%
    zotero(3)(+0000094): {better-bibtex +95} QBW: done {Better BibTeX worker 2} 24352 items, total duration 103.218s of which 10.285s prep, serialization cache 0%, export cache 0%
    zotero(3)(+0000101): {better-bibtex +160} QBW: done {Better CSL JSON worker 3} 24352 items, total duration 90.998s of which 22.963s prep, serialization cache 0%, export cache 0%
    zotero(3)(+0000187): {better-bibtex +188} QBW: done {Better BibTeX worker 4} 24352 items, total duration 125.459s of which 8.498s prep, serialization cache 100%, export cache 0%
    zotero(3)(+0000032): {better-bibtex +11796} QBW: done {Better BibTeX worker 5} 24352 items, total duration 21.789s of which 10.155s prep, serialization cache 100%, export cache 100%
    zotero(3)(+0000024): {better-bibtex +21264} QBW: done {Better CSL JSON worker 6} 24352 items, total duration 31.252s of which 18.138s prep, serialization cache 100%, export cache 100%
    off to bedfordshire then. and happy birthday party
    thx for all the awesome suppot
    Emiliano Heyns
    @retorquere
    You're welcome. Those numbers are reasonably good news BTW. much better than your 13k export.
    Joachim K. Rennstich
    @jrennstich
    YESSSS!
    Emiliano Heyns
    @retorquere
    So that means there's a chance I can replicate the problem using your profile
    Joachim K. Rennstich
    @jrennstich
    Awesome
    I guess I sent the wrong files re the profile
    I sent the Zotero folder
    not the Profile folder
    Emiliano Heyns
    @retorquere
    Ah, right, I probably wasn't clear. I'll need both actually
    but: ~115s cold-cache, ~22s hot-cache, both for 24k items.
    Joachim K. Rennstich
    @jrennstich
    wow. if that would only work for my database
    Emiliano Heyns
    @retorquere
    I forgot to ask for both because my Zotero is set up to have the database and attachments inside the profile.

    wow. if that would only work for my database

    chances of that just went up.

    Joachim K. Rennstich
    @jrennstich
    send the profile folder via GoogleDocs
    Emiliano Heyns
    @retorquere
    A last-ditch option is to nuke the profile (not the ~/Zotero folder!) and set up a fresh profile.

    send the profile folder via GoogleDocs

    It's not in yet but it'll get there.

    ah there we go
    Alright, I need to be off. We're going to a theme park, it'll be a long day.
    Joachim K. Rennstich
    @jrennstich

    A last-ditch option is to nuke the profile (not the ~/Zotero folder!) and set up a fresh profile.

    Nope. That would be a disaster.

    Alright, I need to be off. We're going to a theme park, it'll be a long day.

    Yay! He's gonna love it.

    Thanks again!
    Emiliano Heyns
    @retorquere
    Both him and my daughter. Between the two of them, she's the roller coaster junkie :)
    Nuking the profile is fairly safe BTW. you'll lose your settings, but that's really it.
    But last-ditch.
    More tomorrow.
    Taygun Bulmus
    @bulmust_gitlab
    Hey, I am new on better bibtex. I want to ask two questions. 1) Can we change forced bibtexkey to user defined one? 2) Do you any plan fetch bibtex key from ads (astrophysics data system)
    Emiliano Heyns
    @retorquere
    I don't understand what those points mean. Forced in what way? Based on what data would the key be fetched from ADS? And how?
    Taygun Bulmus
    @bulmust_gitlab
    I can not change citekey. It only pulls the citations keys from inspireHep.
    Forced means, BBT can generate only styles where I decide in the options but I can not manually change individual citekeys.
    I am asking it because If the article in inspire does not have any arxiv ID or DOI, BBT does not pull its bibtex key.
    Taygun Bulmus
    @bulmust_gitlab
    My second question is about fetching citekey from ADS
    For example adding a new command "Pin BIBTEX key from ADS".
    Emiliano Heyns
    @retorquere

    I can not change citekey. It only pulls the citations keys from inspireHep.

    You can change the citekey. You can either generate one from a pattern, or just edit the line in the extra field. Whatever sits there is the citekey, BBT doesn't care how it got there.

    For example adding a new command "Pin BIBTEX key from ADS".

    so based on what data should I get the citekey from ADS? And do they have an API to do this with?

    Emiliano Heyns
    @retorquere
    I'd prefer it if you could open two separate issues for these on github, it's easier to keep track of what discussion belongs with what.
    Taygun Bulmus
    @bulmust_gitlab

    I can not change citekey. It only pulls the citations keys from inspireHep.

    You can change the citekey. You can either generate one from a pattern, or just edit the line in the extra field. Whatever sits there is the citekey, BBT doesn't care how it got there.

    Okay thank you very much, I did it

    I'd prefer it if you could open two separate issues for these on github, it's easier to keep track of what discussion belongs with what.

    I will do that. Thank you for your help

    Daniel Bankmann
    @dbankmann
    Is there an option to export with Title Case? My exported bibfiles recently changed and I noted that many items are exported with Title Case even though the original data is not.
    Daniel Bankmann
    @dbankmann
    Just checked. Doesn't happen with the biblatex exporter shipped with zotero. And I cannot reproduce on a second machine. Using the latest version of zotero and better-bibtex
    Emiliano Heyns
    @retorquere
    Emiliano Heyns
    @retorquere
    The behavior you see is by design and as it should be, but you can disable it. The Zotero-own biblatex exporter does not do this but that technically means it is not producing correct bib(la)tex. Bib(la)tex styles that require title-casing (such as Chicago) will assume the title is already title-cased and thus produce out-of-spec Chicago citations.
    Daniel Bankmann
    @dbankmann
    hmm, some styles like IEEE do not have that behavior though. I just wondered, why that behavior changed and didn't happen to find the advanced -export tab (dark gtk theme really doesn't play well with zoteros preferences tab). Thanks!
    Emiliano Heyns
    @retorquere
    It may seem like styles like IEEE do not have that behavior, but they still expect title case. They'll try to sentence-case the titles, which, if they're already in sentence-case, probably does no harm. But in bib(la)tex, English titles ought to be in Title Case. It's unfortunate, though understandable, that so many bibtex-generating tools ignore this -- it is hard to do it right.
    Daniel Bankmann
    @dbankmann
    Still don't really get it. Why is biblatex expecting title case? I also couldn't find a reference to that in the biblatex manual.
    If you can convince njbart, I'll absolutely follow his recommendation.