What version of OJS are you using?
As of June 2019, FALSC has upgraded the Open Journal Systems (OJS) software powering Florida Online Journals to version 3.1.1-4. This software is a major version release and modernized the previous look and feel of the software dramatically. The interface is also different for logged in users.
How do I log into https://ojs.test.flvc.org ?
From the homepage, click to "Log In" in the top right corner. The ojs.test.flvc.org site was copied from http://journals.fcla.edu on Feb. 21, 2019. All user logins from that date will work. If you were brought onboard more recently, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org with "Florida OJ" in the subject line for a password reset.
* Note * Email is disabled on https://ojs.test.flvc.org . If you forget your password, you need to email to email@example.com for a password reset.
How can I change the look, feel, and colors of my journal layout?
Please refer to the Quickstart Guide for OJS 3 section Colors and Layout.
I am a journal manager. How can I pull a list of all editors, reviewers, authors on my journal in order to send updated instructions?
In OJS 3:
I am getting a lot of automatic emails from a journal. How can I make it stop?
Depending on the notification, you may or may not be able to disable it from each user account. Some cannot be disabled, and will require each person to add a filter from in their email account's settings. OJS 3 sends an email from 3 places:
How can institutional subscribers add an IP address or range to their subscription?
This applies only to journals requiring a subscription to be able to read articles, including to be able to read articles during an embargo period. In OJS 3.1.1-4, currently powering Florida OJ, there is a known bug preventing subscribers from registering an IP address. The sign up form will allow them to enter an IP address, but it will not save. So, the person may believe they have saved the IP address, but will have failed to do so. If your journal is using subscriptions, then keep an eye out for new incoming institutional subscriptions, and if one is newly registered, contact the subscriber to ask whether they need to have an IP address added.