11-17-2018 10:14 AM
When I have multiple citations (using a Harvard variant) it should be (smith, 2018; horne 2017) etc, but it keeps putting in an extra bracket - (smith, 2018; (Horne 2017)
I've tried adjusting it via the output style - edit - citations - templates - multiple citation separator route. It is simply set at ; and then a space.
Any ideas/solutions gratefully received.
11-19-2018 03:06 PM
I noticed that you are saying you are getting (smith, 2018; (Horne 2017) and not what I originally interpreted as (smith, 2018) (Horne 2017).
So my next question is - what is your output style and what do the citation templates look like. I suspect there is an error in the way it is constructed.
11-20-2018 06:30 AM
Its called King_s_Harvard_V1 (King's College London required style)
The citation template looks like this
(Author, Year|, p.^pp.Cited Pages|)
11-20-2018 10:50 AM
I downloaded the output style from here: https://libguides.kcl.ac.uk/reference/KingsHarvardV1 and it worked fine for me. A couple things, including adding and deleting page numbers and suffixes, and it worke (Endnote 8.2, word 365 on a windows 7 machine). Maybe try to download a fresh copy again and give it a slightly different name and then make sure it is using it in the word document (listed new download name on the endnote ribbon in word)?
11-20-2018 10:52 AM
I notice that "home" example doesn't have a comma after it. Maybe there is something wrong with the record? - or was that just a typo? Does this happen with any pair of citations or just some?
11-22-2018 07:25 AM
No, that was a typo, sorry. Here's a cut'n'paste one:
(Collinson & Elhawary, 2012; (Fox, 2001)
It seems to do it whenever theer are multiple citations in the text.
Thanks again for your help!
11-27-2018 09:50 PM
Can you please zip the output style you are using and attach it to a reply? If you use a different (author, year) style, does it work?
11-28-2018 07:35 PM
Just tried this on my Mac. The first citation is fine, but when I selected "edit and manage citations" and changed the format to "display as author year" (from default" the problem appeared. Strangly, the first "(" also disappeared.
No mods were made to the style. Puzzling.
11-28-2018 08:25 PM
Maybe not so puzzling. It appears as if the second author is being inserted with the format as "author, year" instead of "default".