Hello, I ran into a strange problem with bibtex while editing my thesis in Lyx. Maybe it is not really a problem with lyx but I'm no latex/bibtex expert by far and so maybe users of this list can give me a hint.
My problem is: I use author-year citations with my own nat-bib based bibtex style (created with custombib). I have two citations from the same author, in the same journal issue and from the same year. These are made unique by automatically adding an a or b at the end of the year, e.g. Knaus (2008) Introduction. Journal. Issue 1. p. 1-12 Knaus (2008) Another new hypothesis. Journal. Issue 1. p. 20-30 should be coverted to Knaus (2008a) Introduction. Journal. Issue 1. p. 1-12 Knaus (2008b) Another new hypothesis. Journal. Issue 1. p. 20-30 but gets converted to Knaus (2008b) Introduction. Journal. Issue 1. p. 1-12 Knaus (2008a) Another new hypothesis. Journal. Issue 1. p. 20-30 Probably there is something in the bst file which sorts the addition of a's and b's according to the alphabetical order of the title which is generally o.k. but if it's in the same journal issue it should be sorted numerically according to the pages. How do I get this? (I have looked into the bst file, but it is so long ago that I created it...) Do I have to change something in the .bst file or do I have to add some special bibtex trick to the preamble of my Lyx file? I have attached my bst file. Ist Ihr [EMAIL PROTECTED] noch frei? Jetzt prüfen und kostenlose E-Mail-Adresse sichern! http://email.freenet.de/dienste/emailoffice/produktuebersicht/basic/mail/index.html?pid=6829