[OS X TeX] Re: NatBib problem

Luis Vitorio Cargnini lvcargnini at gmail.com
Thu Feb 12 08:18:50 CET 2009

well one solution was:
\newcommand{\bibstyle at plainnat}{\bibpunct{[}{]}{;}{a}{,}{,~}}

there is any method simpler than this please ?
the amount of warnings with this is annoying
and it is destroying my classic thesis document
any suggestion ?
Le 09-02-12 à 02:05, Luis Vitorio Cargnini a écrit :

> Hi,
> Please as I said befor I'm using classic thesis as my default class  
> an formating for my thesis, also I'm using natbib for my references,  
> but for reason its not seems to be working properly:
> I forced these parameters:
> \usepackage[authoryear,square,sort]{natbib}
> this style:
> \bibliographystyle{plainnat}
> The problem is my references still appearing as numbers and not as  
> author year as I need, anyone have any insight about why its not  
> working for me, neither in a simple document class article natbib  
> seems to be working, using \citep command to cite.
> Thanks.
> Vitorio

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