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Hi, I know this is an old post, but here are my 2 pennies on the matter. The aim is to get something that can convert properly between author-date and numbered citation styles. And that can convert between author-date citation styles, or between n…in Multiple in-text citation patterns Comment by egaudrain May 16, 2013
That would make sense, and I should remember to use fully qualified locales in the future.
Even on in a Firefox having "en-GB" as locale?
Are you speaking about the default-locale global option? I specified "en" without giving a regional code. Does it mean that "en" defaults to "en-GB" rather than "en-US"? Anyway, "en-US" is definitely more appropriate. Most journal want "en-US" …
I tried the two styles and compared the output and they don't behave in the same way. First the citation text is different (and I'm not sure I understand why). But more critically I think, the bibliography is different and does not correspond to t…
One difference that is definitely there is that in my version the locale setting is meant to be fixed (default-locale='en') as the journal does not allow submission in any other language than English. This makes the style much more convenient for no…
It might be, I'll check in the afternoon. On the journal's website it's described as APA 6th edition with disambiguation using only letter suffix to the year (rather than by names and given names).
Thanks. Let's wait and see...
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