07-17-2017 05:20 PM
No matter I do, citations on the text are kept in the same format (see below). It only changes in reference list, but not on the text. I already reinstalled endnote and pages plug-in... How can I solve this?
07-18-2017 12:45 PM
Pages 6 with Pages plug-in v3.0:
It appears the newest Cite While You Write plug-in released by Apple for Pages 6 is causing serious issues primarily related to formatting in-text citations. So far, we've received user reports for three separate formatting issues:
We are waiting for an additional update by Apple the best workaround at this time would be to go back to the older version of Pages or consider switching to Microsoft Word.
09-18-2017 09:42 AM
Hi, I am using windows 10 and endnote X8. When i do intext referencing, the reference is coming out with a #. For example the reference is coming out like (Brand, 2011 #56). I don't know why. Please assist.
09-18-2017 06:42 PM - edited 09-18-2017 06:42 PM
You are seeing the "temporary citations" you can turn on autoformatting -- or you can "update citations and bibliography" on the Endnote Ribbon. It should be appearing between curly brackets and not plain parentheses though? You should choose an appropriate output style too on that ribbon.
a week ago
I have the same problem as the user you just answered.
I have tried your suggestions, but it still doesn't work.
I don't even get a reference list at the bottum of the page.
During my hard work with getting it to work I remember finding a place where I changed from curly brackets til normal brackets, now I can't seem to find the same place to correcet it to curly brackets. Do you know where it is.
Getting insane with this problem
I hope you can help
a week ago
there are two places you may have changed it.
1. in preferences (edit, preferences, in Endnote program on a PC, apple menu on a Mac) check temporay citations settings. there you will see the temporary citaiton delimiters.
2. Word program, endnote tab/ribbon, open the bibliography settings (the little left bottom dropdown) and there you can also change the temporary citation delimiters