I’d appreciate knowing what I have done wrong or if there is a change to the APA style setup i need to make or if I just have to do the cite manually and supress it and only have it in the reference list
Endnote’s APA 6th in-text citation format is based on Author-Year and for the Computer Programs reference type the programmer stands-in for “author” - that’s why the resulting in-text citation is: (Goldwave Inc, 2015)
You will need to manually edit the citation to insert “Goldwave Version 6.12; “ in the prefix field which will then place it in front of “Goldwave Inc, 2015”. (Place your cursor on the citation, right-click and select Edit Citations, More. In the Edit & Manage Citations dialog box enter the additional info in the Prefix field. Then click OK.)
Not sure what you mean by “NB I will change it to outside brackets setting later”.
If you use tons of them you could use a generic field or fields to hold the text, and incorporate them into the citation with the isolate and link adjacent symbol (represented by an asterisk below).
but those fields are now represented by the generic “title” and “edition” fields right now, so it would take revising the reference types and moving the text to the new fields which are not used in any of your other reference types (or that text will show up in the citatons too).
I went with a slight modification to CG’s solution explained in my other post
By “NB I will change it to outside brackets setting later” I was meaning I would use the author (year) citation format but with the solution I used I am able to stay with the default (Author, year) citation format