I know this is sort of short notice (I'd posted a similar cry for help at LaTeX Community), but I have a thesis due Monday and the one thing standing between me and being ready (layout-wise) is this: I'm using
biblatex with a slightly tweaked
biblatex-ieee style (maybe not ideal but my thesis director had very specific directions and that was the closest) which I call with:
But the problem is I need to replace already referenced items with "supra note". For example, if Belloni is referred to in footnote (
\footfullcite) 17 as:
17.R. Belloni, « The tragedy of Darfur and the limits of the ‘responsibility to protect’ », Ethnopolitics, vol. 5, no 4, nov. 2006, pp. 327–346.
I would like future references to the same author and article to look like (say in footnote 24, where I specify a page of the article):
24.R. Belloni, supra note 17, p. 336.
Thanks a lot in advance!
PS: It actually seems like the "citestyle" can be removed or modified without any change. I guess that is itself isn't normal...