There are one or two rather more complicated solutions (ask if you'd like further details) but having considered other options we replied that:I use Kaspersky as my internet security software and very good it is, truly paranoid on my behalf, which is comforting. The problem in every update is not is not in the update of of the Scientific Workplace but in the Latex section of the update. In that part of the update procedure whatever changes are being made sets Kaspersky off questioning every change made and I have to keep giving permissions, dozens and dozens of times or the process is stopped. Its a real pain. <snip>
We didn't hear back from him, so we're assuming no news is good news!The best solution seems to be to uncheck the TeXLive component of the installation process, so that all you’re updating is Scientific WorkPlace itself. You’ve already got TeXLive installed, which is the component that seems to give Kaspersky the trouble.
Perhaps you’ll let us know how that works out after the next update?
to which we replied saying:How can I add a bibliographic reference in SWP
More generally, the v5.5 How To page (which is no longer accessible from our website menus) contains useful tips for getting started with equations, graphs and bibliographies in v5.5.There are step by step instructions for creating bibliographies with Scientific WorkPlace v5.5 on our website at https://www.sciword.co.uk/bibtex.htm.
We're not just looking for a solution that works, but proof that it's the only solution. If it's any help – it took our resident mathematician about an hour!
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