I have code:
<citation et-al-min="3" et-al-use-first="1" et-al-subsequent-min="3" et-al-subsequent-use-first="1" disambiguate-add-year-suffix="true" disambiguate-add-names="true" disambiguate-add-givenname="true" collapse="year-suffix" givenname-disambiguation-rule="primary-name">
I have four documents from the same author but in the citation I got wrong "(EC, 2012b, d, a; c)" instead of correct "(EC, 2012b, d, a, c)" or "(EC, 2012a, b, c, d)". I do not know what is wrong :-(
  • You likely have different sorting rules specified in text and in the bibliography. That would cause this. The order of year suffixes is determined by the position in the bibliography.
  • This can have any effect on semicolon behind "a"? All four documents have only one author.
  • oh, didn't get the semicolon. That's weird indeed. The layout delimiter is ; I assume?
  • Yes, it is.
  • SOLVED: I've add "year-suffix-delimiter=", " and now it works perfectly.
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