<<author_all_abbreviated>> Takes first three letters
of the last word of all authors's last name in cite, and converts to
<<author_all_initials>> Takes capitalized initials
of all authors in cite.
<<author_first>> Takes first author last
<<citeid>> This placeholder is meant to be used
alone, and only for document IDs. It takes the pattern defined for the
cite ID. If the cite ID is modified manually, the document ID is synchronized
<<journal_initials>> Takes capitalized initials of
<<pages_first>> First page.
<<ppages_first>> First page, written as, e. g.,
<<title>> Title. To truncate titles exceeding a
l use <<title_l>>, where
stands for an integer value.
<<title_underscored>> Title with blanks set to
underscores. To truncate title to
l characters use
<<volume>> Volume number.
<<year_abbreviated>> Last two digits from year.
<<year_full>> All digits from year.
author is empty,
editor will be
considered instead. On conference proceedings or monographs this situation is
usual. Similarly, if
title is empty,
Note: Only one placeholder of a given field, e. g.
<<author_first>> or <<author_all_initials>>, should be
used to compose the ID patterns. The cb2Bib only performs one substitution per
Note: The cb2Bib performs a series of string manipulations, such as
stripping diacritics and ligatures, aimed to provide ID values suitable for BibTeX
keys and platform independent filenames. Currently only ASCII characters are