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  • dimitrisv


    Thank you for all the great work Katie.

    Please advise on how I can display the in-text references not like (author, year) but with just a conventional numeric superscript while the actual citation format is set to Vancouver. It seems that I am unable to figure it out.

    I know that clicking superscripts is not as convenient as clicking names but this is what the publication wants (i.e. to appear in their on-line version as in their print version).

    With kind regards – keep up the good work.


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  • Thread Starter dimitrisv


    I just found the documentation and added the format=”%num%”.

    It strikes me though that we have to add this in each and every in-text citation. It should have been an attribute on the whole bibliography list; I am sure that one either goes for named/dated in-text citations or numeric.

    The question now is, where can one customise the options so that generated output from the zotero so that the format=”%num%” will be the default generated in the short code for copy pasting (without having to type it in the options each and every time I open a new document)?

    • This reply was modified 2 years ago by dimitrisv.
    • This reply was modified 2 years ago by dimitrisv.
    Plugin Author Katie


    I agree! I have this on the to-do list. I’d like to create another shortcode placed at the top where “general attributes” can be applied. It’s in the works …

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