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As i'm about to make an annotated bibliography, I'm using the "reading" style of Biblatex to show it, and the output is pretty good but there is one problem left : the output shows the reference in source of my bib entries.

For instance, if I have in my bib file something like that :

@book{ReferenceInSource1,
   author="Doe, John",
   title="Original title",
}

The output will show "Doe: Original title" as heading of the entry in the bibliography (that's ok), but also "ReferenceInSource1".

Is there a way to hide the "ReferenceInSource1" ?

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Use the entrykey=false option:

\usepackage[backend=biber,style=reading,entrykey=false]{biblatex}
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I was toring my hair on it and didn't found that in the documentation... Thank you very much :-) –  XaF Mar 15 '12 at 2:45
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