@mz2 Hi, Unfortunately, it is not working with my version. The example previously has the caret placed right after, and it instead places a new space and bracket in a separate citation (not merged.). I am familiar with this method after using Papers + MS Word combination.
First time using Manuscripts to see if it is more stable to use that Word/Papers/MagicManuscripts.
Citation style set to America Journal of Physiology: Heart Circ.. and they use a numbering system. The usual method for merging multiple citations is to select existing citation and move the text insertion caret next to the citation you want to append to > ctrl+ctrl and summon the reference with Magic Manuscripts.
I do this, and also the internal citation method, and I have only successfully merged one reference, with most failing to do so. Is there something that I am not doing?
**Example: **... also has the capacity to restore normal protective signalling and responses in older or diseased hearts (2) (1) (3) (6).