I have been playing around with a journal citation. If I don’t put a comma and space after volume then it comes out with the date flush against volume = vol(1943)
This is how it now looks in preview below but in the citation I lose the page numbers. Why? They don’t have anything to do with the other information! I have this same journal several times and each time it is done differently and semicolon in the date must be default. I don’t know how to make a permanent change. If I take the comma out and leave a space will this be correct?
Vol 11, (1943): 16-24.
Using Chicago manual style. I really don’t understand why this is so difficult. There is no consistency.
I notice preview often changes in footnote. I can’t see how I can change it. I shouldn’t have to. I don’t want to change to v6 too much trouble to change output and already have duplicates I have to cull. I don’t know why this happened. Ended up with four copies for each record.
While looking for a solution I notice someone mentioned that Leanne is answering all the questions and hoped the TR was rewarding her. I hope so too.
I see I asked this same type of question in 2013 march but never did solve it as the tutorial you referred me to Leanne was not relevant in to my style. I just wish they had more specific and easier information.Thanks
Also I want to add that know reference and foonote are different styles. I have another problem… The publisher and the place published end up in brackets with no puncuation at all. Yet everythng wuite normal in the reference and everything where it should be.