Information Systems Review bug

Dear all,

the current "Information Systems Review" style has a bug. When suppressing the author, the in-text citation is "( 2012)" (note the space before the year).

I tried to find the part in the .csl that needs fixing but failed. As submission deadline is looming, I would appreciate if anyone could point me to the patch that fixes this.
  • I think I have fixed this by applying this patch (pull request will follow)

    --- a/information-systems-research.csl
    +++ b/information-systems-research.csl
    @@ -279,8 +279,8 @@
    <layout prefix="(" suffix=")" delimiter="; ">
    <group delimiter="">
    - <text macro="author-short"/>
    - <text macro="issued-year" prefix=" "/>
    + <text macro="author-short" suffix=" "/>
    + <text macro="issued-year"/>
    <text macro="citation-locator"/>

    However, I am not sure, if this is the best solution. Should the group delimiter not be set to " "? Also, looking at an example, it seems that the journal uses ", " as prefix for the locator. Is that currently working as intended. That is, this is correct (1012, pp. 12-14).
  • This is now,

    Please review, thanks a bunch...
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