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This is what I want : a new bibliography item format. I was looking for a matching style, but I found none, so I have to modify the default. I don't know which package to use for this.

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I really don't undestand how to modify this!? my bibliography :

the name of authors must be bold (bfserief)

the title of references must be italic

except the first line of each the reference, the indent is about 2 cm

sort by the author A,B,C-Z

the format is Authors.year.title.place/penerbitan

I use book and report class both in lyx and texmaker

I use klunum style but I get this one : enter image description here

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Instead of showing a picture, you should explain how exactly your desired bibliography style should differ from, say, the LaTeX standard style plain. – lockstep Sep 10 '11 at 14:04
Sir, I have edit the question. I have read for ctan.cermin.lipi.go.id/macros/latex/exptl/biblatex/doc/… . section Author guide->interface guide and Author guide->customization, but I still don't understand to start (coding) from ? – Verly Sep 10 '11 at 15:55
The tricky part is swapping the position of "Year". Read tex.stackexchange.com/questions/26955/… and especially Mico's answer (which does not deal with biblatex). – lockstep Sep 10 '11 at 15:59
Sir, to get format like "Author.year.title.vol-pp/place" I just use the stile "klunum" I insert the result of using klunum style in my question above – Verly Sep 10 '11 at 16:06
@lockstep: The trick is to modify a style which has the correct position of the year ;-) – Marco Daniel Sep 10 '11 at 16:07
up vote 3 down vote accepted

Here an example with biblatex. You can now manipulate this.





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thanks, I'll start to modify it – Verly Sep 10 '11 at 16:12

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