sometimes, espacially when i change a previous made citation, the shotcut 'double ctrl' does not fill in the citation at the cursors position, but at another position within the same paragraph. this does not happen constantly, but from time to time. it's bad because it cites at places, i don't want to cite anything.
another real problem: if i cite more than one reference within parantheses at the same position, for example: (Ueding 2008: 83; Mondada 2010: 7f.), and i want to cite different pages as i did in the example, it's just not possible. It always changes both of the pages. so: either I get (Ueding 2008: 83; Mondada 2010: 83) or (Ueding 2008: 7f.; Mondada 2010: 7f.). crazy!
If i have the same author with two references from the same year, manuscrpts automically produces one like (Mondada 2010) and one like (Mondada 2010b). so far so good. but if i change it later and delete one of them, I can't get rid of the b. even though only one of them stays in the text. That makes absolutely no sense and the only way to get rid of the 'b' ist to do it while layouting the last version in word or something else.