Dear all,
thank you very much for your very kind help. I have now a much better
file, but still telling me :
"\newblock {\em Gait &

posture}, 30(4):528--532, 2009.

I can't figure out why you would want to use a tab mark

here. If you just want an ampersand, the remedy is

simple: Just type `I\&' now. But if some right brace

up above has ended a previous alignment prematurely,

you're probably due for more error messages, and you

might try typing `S' now just to see what is salvageable."

and in the errors box:

"Misplaced alignment tab character &."

Sorry, my skillls in Bibtex should appear as very bad....

Any help....?

2016-09-21 17:18 GMT+02:00 Paul A. Rubin <>:
> On 09/21/2016 09:27 AM, Harold Mouras wrote:
> Dear LyX users,
> I meet a problem when trying to compile a bibliography. The system
> says "I was expecting an "="---line 10 of file
> 3_Users_UPJV_Google_Drive_Carri__re_2016_Postes_UoMontr__al_Application-Montreal.bib".
> However, when looking at thebib file attached I cannot see any place
> to put this "=".
> Any help would be very nice,
> Thanks,
> Harold
> Try removing the backslashes from line 9 (the first article) to the end. I'm
> not sure why they are there (search-replace run amok?), but they are
> spurious and causing the problem. I should issue a caveat: I did not check
> for any necessary uses of backslashes (e.g., embedded LaTeX macros) in the
> article entries.
> Paul

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