Is it possible to have two different expressions for
andothers, when using either in-text or parentheses citation with
For instance, I would like to use "and others" in text (with
\textcite) and "et al." in parentheses (with
\parencite). Like so:
As presented by Yoon and others (2006), ...
This has been previously presented (Yoon et al., 2006) ...
It says in the manual (p. 103):
\multicitedelim, but used by
\textciteand related commands (§ 3.7.2). The default is a comma plus an interword space. The standard styles modify this provisional definition to ensure that the delimiter before the final citation is the localized term ‘and’, separated by interword spaces.
But I wasn't sure which styles were those or how they modify it.
I consulted questions and answers like Change last multicite delim only for textcite (only contrasting it to bibliography entries) and Switch conjunction in textcite, but couldn't make their solutions work for my needs.