apologies if this has been covered somewhere, but after looking through various guides, blogs and help pages I'm still a bit stuck.
I am writing in Scrivener, with BibDesk as bibliography manager. I have installed MMD 4.7.1 and the LaTex support files in the freshly created ~/Library/texmf/tex/latex/mmd folder.
I then create a LaTex file using the compile menu in Scrivener, with "Bibliostyle" set to "harvard". I set the LaTex document class to "Article".
When I then run the resulting .tex file through TeXshop, (first Typeset LaTex, then Typeset BibTex, then Typeset LaTex, then Typeset LaTex again), I get a nice looking pdf, but it cannot find the harvard bibliography style. I know the harvard.sty file exists, alongside all the other .sty files. I have not manually moved any tex related files, other than creating the folder for the MMD LaTex suport files as described above.
This is the error I get:
I couldn't open style file harvard.bst
---line 22 of file test.aux
I'm skipping whatever remains of this command
I found no style file---while reading file test.aux
(There were 2 error messages)
Any ideas why this isn't working? You can probably tell I'm very new to this, since I don't even know which piece of software the problem lies with, but I would really appreciate some help in getting this to work.