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Hyperref, bibentry & natbib conflict - incorrect hyperlink

Problem I want to cite references in text as well as quote the entire entry plus have a reference list at the end. For this I use hyperref, bibentry and natbib. I've taken as inspiration this post. ...
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Suppress printing of only \bibentry references with natbib?

This question was basically asked before, but I think that the only answer didn't quite understand the question so I thought I'd try again. I'm writing a paper in which I need to have references show ...
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Clash between bibentry and hyperref with bibstyle elsart-harv

I'm using the bibentry package for inserting my bibitems into a CV without printing the bibliography. This works just fine until I load hyperref. Then I get the error message Lonely \item--perhaps a ...
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\bibentry problem with chapterbib package

In my document I want to create a separate bibliography for each chapter. This works fine by using the chapterbib package. However, \bibentry does not work anymore in included files when invoking the ...
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Use bibentry with biblatex

I want to use biblatex (with Biber) to produce my reference list, and I also want to use the bibentry package to print individual citations in the text. However, it seems that I can't do both. In the ...
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Multiple names bold in bibliography [closed]

I'm following the guidelines from this post. However I'm struggling when trying to put in bold another name besides mine. The main characteristic is that the entry is like: ...
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How to print a full reference with label in the normal text?

I would like to print (full) references in different parts of the normal text. I read that the bibentry package can handle this, but it is not completely what I was looking for. I would like to have a ...
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How to deal with % sign in url when using hyperref and bibentry

In few of my citations I have a % sign in the url, which gives a problem when I use the bibentry environment (Paragraph ended before \BR@c@bibitem was complete). How can I deal with the % sign? ...
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Avoiding \bibentry to be shown in regular \bibliography, using natbib [duplicate]

In an earlier question - bibentry in documents body - I was looking for a possibility to have \bibitems appear in in my documents body. This was solved using the bibentry package. As a follow-up I ...
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Underline my own name in the publication list created with bibentry

I create my list of publications using \bibentry. As in some of the publications I'm only the fifth author (or there around) I would like to highlight my name by underlining it. I found solutions ...
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How to extract BibTeX entries (as DOI, abstract, etc.)

I want to automate personal reading notes generation, I'd like to be able to automatically extract a field's content from a BibTeX entry (other than year or author). E.g. given a BibTeX entry ...
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Citations with no bibliograhy at the end in RevTex4-1 (or at least bibliography on a separate page)?

I am trying to suppress the printing of the bibliography at the end of my RevTex4-1 document, however, I would like to keep the citations in the text. While invoking the \nobibliography command in ...
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\bibentry and \nobibliography* produces broken link and no bibliography [closed]

I am using the bibentry package to insert bibliography entries into my document. In my particular case, I will also need a regular bibliography entry. From what I've understood, to accomplish this, I ...
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Removing the title field with \bibentry

I don't know whether I should ask a new question. Following the advice I got here \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{one, author={A. Uthor}, title={Title}, journal={Journal}, ...