Re: citation brackets: why [] instead of () ?

2009-09-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Liviu, Liviu Andronic wrote: Dear all I have always failed to understand this behaviour in the citation mechanism, and I would suspect that this is a bug. In my document I'm using BibTeX with Natbib (plainnat). (Please check dummy examples attached.) Although I insert a random citation and

Re: citation brackets: why [] instead of () ?

2009-09-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Liviu, Liviu Andronic wrote: Dear all I have always failed to understand this behaviour in the citation mechanism, and I would suspect that this is a bug. In my document I'm using BibTeX with Natbib (plainnat). (Please check dummy examples attached.) Although I insert a random citation and

Re: citation brackets: why [] instead of () ?

2009-09-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Liviu, Liviu Andronic wrote: Dear all I have always failed to understand this behaviour in the citation mechanism, and I would suspect that this is a bug. In my document I'm using BibTeX with Natbib (plainnat). (Please check dummy examples attached.) Although I insert a random citation and

citation brackets: why [] instead of () ?

2009-08-30 Thread Liviu Andronic
Dear all I have always failed to understand this behaviour in the citation mechanism, and I would suspect that this is a bug. In my document I'm using BibTeX with Natbib (plainnat). (Please check dummy examples attached.) Although I insert a random citation and keep the default formatting

citation brackets: why [] instead of () ?

2009-08-30 Thread Liviu Andronic
Dear all I have always failed to understand this behaviour in the citation mechanism, and I would suspect that this is a bug. In my document I'm using BibTeX with Natbib (plainnat). (Please check dummy examples attached.) Although I insert a random citation and keep the default formatting

citation brackets: why [] instead of () ?

2009-08-30 Thread Liviu Andronic
Dear all I have always failed to understand this behaviour in the citation mechanism, and I would suspect that this is a bug. In my document I'm using BibTeX with Natbib (plainnat). (Please check dummy examples attached.) Although I insert a random citation and keep the default formatting