Import thesis settings

Our goal is to keep track of all the information you have read in one single place. To achieve this, Open  Docear and create a new mind map, which you will use to manage your literature (press Ctrl+N ). The central node, called New Mindmap, is automatically created and can be renamed, . to My Literature,  by either clicking on it or pressing F2 and typing the new name. One of Docear’s special features is monitoring a folder for new files. We use this feature to automatically include all our PDF in the mind map. The goal is that whenever you find a new PDF on the Internet, you store it in this special folder, to have it displayed immediately within your mind map. Create a new child node by pressing the Insert key on your keyboard or selecting Insert | New Child Node from the menu. Call this node Incoming Literature . Now, right-click on that node, select Add PDF Monitoring Directory and choose your literature directory (. c :\myliterature\ ) . N ow, all PDF files (plus DOC(X), TXT, RTF, ODT and XLS(X)) that are stored in the specified folder are displayed in your mind map’s Incoming Literature node. Other files are ignored. And the best – also the PDF bookmarks are imported. The following picture illustrates this.

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<id>snapshots</id>
<username>deployment</username>
<password>…</password>
</server>
<server>
<id>releases</id>
<username>deployment</username>
<password>…</password>
</server>
<server>
<id>thirdparty</id>
<username>deployment</username>
<password>…</password>
</server>

Import thesis settings

import thesis settings

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