APA6 would be
Am 25.04.2015 um 14:52 schrieb John Kane:
Did you hear that knocking sound? It was me pounding my head against
"authortitle" !!! I was tired enough last night (≈ 23:00 or so) and
the word "title" did not register. I must have read it four times and
I think I even typed it once.
I always use American Psychology Association (APA) format it wants
(author, date) and I somehow interpreted title as date. Arrgh. My
excuse, and I'm sticking to it, is that I don't believe I have ever
seen an authortitle used.
I changed it to authoryear and it worked! It does not seem to be
giving me full APA6 yet but that should come.
Thanks for all the help.
On 25 April 2015 at 04:47, Bernd Kappenberg <bernd.kappenb...@gmx.de
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
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
<bernd.kappenb...@gmx.de <mailto:bernd.kappenb...@gmx.de>> 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.
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