As a general rule,
provide a Minimal Working Example, ie the shortest LyX file with the
shortest BIB file that demonstrates the issue.
On 14/02/2018 02:13, Daniel Kian Mc Kiernan wrote:
> I've an article, prepared in LyX, whose citations and bibliography I
> need to have rendered in Chicago style. (Indeed, If I can get the
> sections titles &c to conform automatically to Chicago-journal style,
> that would be great.)
> I'd like to avoid a process of tweaking a .tex file.
> When I try to handl things by way of the preamble, LyX yowls about
> conflicting specifications. If I have to do everything through the
> preamble or by tweaking a .tex file, then I'd like to know how to
> disable the build-in Bibliography processing.