04-07-2017 03:04 AM
my footnote citations are configured in such a way that single citations always end with a fullstop (e.g. Watson 2013, 13.) and pultiple citations are connected with semi colon (e.g. Watson 2013, 13; Mayer 2009, 2.)
Sometimes after a single citation I would like to add not a second citation but some explanatory text. Like:
"Watson (2013), 13, this theoretical concept is also used by British scholars."
How can I remove the fullstop and replace with the a comma in just a single citation ?
04-07-2017 10:45 AM
Without knowing which footnote output style you are using, I can't say. Have you tried the "edit citation" option in the footnote citation, more... ? -- there you should be able to add the suffix text ", this theoretical concept is also used by British scholars"