I want to cite the LNI Style:
A book by “Stephen King” from 2010 would be -> [K10]
A book by “Stephen King” and “J. R. R. Tolkien” from 2014 -> [KT14]
[AB00] Abel, K.; Bibel, U.: Formatierungsrichtlinien für Tagungsbände. Format-Verlag, Bonn, 2000.
[ABC01] Abraham, N.; Bibel, U.: Corleone, P.: Formatting Contributions for Proceedings. In (Glück, H.I. Hrsg.): Proc. 7th Int. Conf. on Formatting of Workshop-Proceedings, New York 1999. Noah & Sons, San Francisco, S. 46-53, 2001.
Does anyone have a solution?
As far as I know, there is no automated solution for this output style requirement. A former regular forum participant wrote a script once, for a more complex version of this kind of style (see http://community.thomsonreuters.com/t5/EndNote-General/Invalid-class-String-X4-Word-2010-Win7/m-p/16857#M4931 for links) but I don’t think he is active in the forum anymore. I also note that Zotero doesn’t have a way to accomplish this kind of need. Manually entering the content into a unused field and editing an output style to include the field in the citation and bibliography layout, is the only way I can think of.