Note for Mac OS X users

C o m p a t i b i l i t y :
The new Macintosh operating system OS X is not compatible with EndNote earlier than version 7. When running on a Mac with OS X EndNote 2.2 Demo (which is on our CD) will fail.

U s i n g   t h e   HKS  B i b l i o g r a p h y   u n d e r   M a c   O S X :
You can still work with the bibliography on a Mac OS X system. Here is how:
(A) EndNote version 7 (for Mac; for clarification, this indeed refers to "version 7" and not "X7"): If you can get hold of a version 7 of the EndNote program you can access the bibliography data bases on the CD as they are (EndNote 7 stops working under Mac OS X Lion, released in 2011), without any conversion. However, we suggest you copy the data bases from the CD to your Mac's hard drive to convert them to a newer format; see below.
(B) Alternatively, you can download EndNote as a fully functional 30-day trial version - click here, or use this direct download link: "EndNote X7" (as of December 2013 "X7" is the latest version). After the 30-day trial period has expired you will still be able to use EndNote as a reader (same as with the old 2.2 version on the HKSB CD). However, other than with version 7, EndNote X2, X3, X4, X5, X6, and X7 (and possible later versions) do require that you convert our four Harvard Korean Studies Bibliography "libraries" (data bases) to the new X2 to X7 format. This is done quickly: just copy the four libraries from the CD to your Mac's hard drive - these are the files beginning with (A), (B), (C), and (D) - and then open the downloaded and installed EndNote X7 trial program, and now open the HKSB libraries from within the EndNote program (File / Open Library). You will be asked to agree to convert them. EndNote X7 also allows you to merge all four libraries into a single one (Import function). Make sure to do all this within the first 30 days after you downloaded the EndNote trial version - before it expires to become a reader version.