I see styles for author-date and full-note, but what about just the (‘ordinary’) numbered format? Searching through Paperpile styles, I can’t find it. I just want a number in my text, not the full note in the middle of my text, not author & date. (I would expect lots of other people would want to use this; strange that only the author-date and note variants are available.)
e.g., from https://www.york.ac.uk/media/studenthome/academicintegrity/booklets2016updates/UoY%20Chicago%20Style%20Guide%202017.pdf:
What is the Chicago Style?
The Chicago style originates from the University of Chicago and is a standard for acknowledging source materials and producing publications. It is used internationally in humanities subjects and provides the scope to cite a wide range of source materials. Chicago is a standard – a set format – for citing sources using footnotes. When a source is used, a superscript number is given after it to a footnote containing publication details. A bibliography/ reference list of full publication details is then given at the end, with sources listed in alphabetical order by author’s last name. The first line of the footnote should be indented, whereas the second and subsequent lines of the reference should be indented.
PS- Every time I try to use the Style Editor and then press “Save”, it says “This style already has a name, are you sure you want to Save it?” regardless of my changing the ID, and then finally when I barrel through that, the Download link does nothing.