Because that is indeed the title. I agree it is not very handy.
Therefore I changed it in JabRef into title "Multi-script, multilingual, multi-character issues for the online environment:" and subtitle "proceedings of a workshop sponsored by the IFLA Section on Cataloguing, Istanbul, Turkey, August 24, 1995". See attachment.


Am 25.04.2015 um 00:47 schrieb John Kane:
It almost works. It compiles and I get a Reference list (Article) or Bibliography (Koma-book) but the citation has the entire reference printing in the text. Weird.

Have a look at the attached pdf and lyx files. I assume you have the .bib file :). Don't forget to change the path as I am in Linux. I did that once and spent 20 minutes wondering what I'd done.

I must have some minor setting not quite right but I've changed so many in the last 2 days I probably am lost.

Thanks for all the help,

On 24 April 2015 at 16:53, Bernd Kappenberg < <>> wrote:

    PS: found it!




    John, does it work with you?


    Am 24.04.2015 um 12:13 schrieb Bernd Kappenberg:
    Jürgen, one last thing:
    John and I are unable to change the output of my .bib file to
    (author, year) or (author, title) .
    Do you have a solution?
    I have been tweaking the settings, but nothing seems to work.

John Kane
Kingston ON Canada

Bernd Kappenberg
Zeichen setzen für Europa
Der Gebrauch europäischer lateinischer Sonderzeichen in der deutschen 
ISBN 3-89821-749-3

% This file was created with JabRef 2.9.2.
% Encoding: UTF8

  author = {Satkauskas, Rytis},
  title = {Use of diacritics: towards a new standard of minority protection?},
  journaltitle = {Lithuanian foreign policy review},
  year = {2008},
  volume = {21},
  pages = {112--135},
  issn = {1392-5504},
  url = {},
  abstract = {The right of persons belonging to a national minority to use their
        names in their native language shall be considered as a fundamental
        element of the right to express, preserve and develop their identity.
        This article reviews the legal basis of new developments in protection
        of national minorities. The nature and extent of the right to use
        names in a minority language under selected international instruments
        are examined. There are also explored some constraints impeding the
        writing of personal names in diacritics of the minority language
        from becoming a universal norm rather than an exception.}

  author = {Byrum, J.D. and Madison, O.M.A. and International Federation of 
        Associations and Institutions. Section on Cataloguing},
  title = {Multi-script, multilingual, multi-character issues for the online
  year = {1998},
  subtitle = {proceedings of a workshop sponsored by the IFLA Section on 
        Istanbul, Turkey, August 24, 1995},
  series = {IFLA publications},
  publisher = {K.G. Saur},
  isbn = {9783598218149},
  url = {},
  lccn = {2001433359}

  author = {{British Library} and {Biblioteca Nazionale}},
  title = {Definition of a Basic European Character Set: Final Report: Public
  year = {1993},
  publisher = {British Library},
  url = {}

  author = {Alevantis, Panagiotis},
  title = {Multilingualism},
  institution = {Commission des Communautés Européennes / Service de 
traduction /
  year = {1992},
  date = {30. June},
  subtitle = {The needs of the Institutions of the European Community},
  number = {D/466},
  version = {4},
  month = {June},
  url = {}

  author = {Susanna Peruginelli and Giovanni Bergamin and Pino Ammendola},
  title = {Character sets: towards a standard solution?},
  year = {1992},
  volume = {26},
  number = {3},
  pages = {215-223},
  doi = {10.1108/eb047115},
  eprint = { },
  url = { 
  abstract = {Character coding systems such as ASCII and EBCDIC are unable to 
        with the worldwide range of characters and so possible solutions,
        such as ISO 10646 and Unicode, involving 16�bit codes have been 
        The paper examines how libraries deal with multi�lingual character
        sets and describes work being undertaken on the definition of a basic
        European character set as part of the National Bibliographies on
        CD�ROM project being funded as part of the Commission of the European
        Communities Action Plan for Libraries.},
  journal = {Program}

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