[LibX] LibX edition builder

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Mon Oct 15 21:06:29 PDT 2007

For single term searches based on GET requests, use a bookmarklet.
Hover over the ? in the edition builder, which shows instructions; see also

For custom catalog implementations (in JavaScript), see:

 - Godmar

On 10/15/07, Bill Drew <dreww at tc3.edu> wrote:
> As someone returning to using LibX,  I am quite impressed with the
> edition builder.  I built a version of LibX for my former library,
> Morrisville State College Library, and blogged about it at
> http://babyboomerlibrarian.blogspot.com/2006/04/libx-firefox-extension-for-libraries.html.
>  I am now at Tompkins Cortland Community College Library and just
> created a LibX version for FireFox for it.  It is still an experiment.
> One thing I was hoping for was a way to integrate searching databases
> within LibX at least for some of the major vendors.  Has anyone done
> that?  Would that be done via bookmarklets?
> Bill Drew
> Wilfred (Bill) Drew
> Assistant Professor
> Librarian, Systems and Tech Services
> Tompkins Cortland Community College  (TC3) Library:
> http://www.tc3.edu/library/
> Room 256A
> 170 North St.
> P.O. Box 139
> Dryden, N.Y. 13053-0139
> E-mail: dreww at tc3.edu
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> Phone: 607-844-8222 ext.4406
> AOL Instant Messenger:BillDrew4
> My Wiki: http://billdrew.pbwiki.com
> My Blog:http://babyboomerlibrarian.blogspot.com
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> alone. But if you want to go far, go together."
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