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Non-breaking space in cite style

I am using the .bst file "authordate-3" to create my references, with a citation in the text in the format (author, year). I would like to make the space between author and year a non-breaking space ...
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How do you remove a space before a citation in LaTeX?

I have something like \documentclass{article} \usepackage{cite} \begin{document} Blah Blah (\cite{All14}) \bibliography{Ref} \bibliographystyle{alpha} \end{document} But LaTeX keeps placing a ...
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Configuring footnote position and spacing

(A) How do I shift the footnote vertically down 1 mm or so? (B) I want to introduce some additional space in between one foot note and the next one, and between the first footnote and the line that ...
5
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1answer
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Too much space between author and year in apacite citations

Does anyone else feel that there's too much whitespace between author and year in the following example (note the red brackets)? Or is it proper standard and just annoys me because I'm not used to it? ...
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Force hardspace in multiple citations

To cite multiple references, I'm using \cite{foo, bar}. Unfortunately, the second citation appears on a new page. Is there a way to force a hardspace between the two citations? This is primarily a ...
6
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Do spaces in \cite make a difference?

I just found the hard way that it matters. For example, \cite{aref, bref} is different from \cite{aref,bref} Notice the space after the comma in first one. If it does matter, this looks real ...
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amsproc class, formating \cite command

Using \documentclass{amsproc}, \bibliographystyle{amsplain}. With \cite{A,B} one gets something like [1, 2]. I would like to decrease the space (for example to thinspace) between 1, and 2. I would ...
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Whitespace before \cite that ends a sentence or a paragraph

If I summarize content from another source, I'll use \cite to reference the author. In natural sciences it seems to be standard to use \cite at the end of the sentence or paragraph that containts ...
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Remove indent with \cite

I don't want to have a space between my bracket and the default square bracket generate by the package cite. When I write: (\cite{ref1,ref2}) the result is: ( [1], [2]) instead of ([1], ...
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Extraneous space inserted before citealp command

I am defining a citation (using the citealp) command and using it like this: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[super]{natbib} \setcitestyle{square,citesep={; }} ...
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~\cite adds space between citation and text

I am trying to add citations to a technical report using ~\cite, so that the result would be text[1]. But instead I get text [1] with a space between the citation and the text. I am using ...
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What is the difference in citing/referencing with or without tilde?

I've seen examples referencing a table as follows: Table~\ref{table:overview} shows an overview of all the elements. What is the use of the tilde in front of \ref or \cite and when do you have to ...
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Biblatex[-chicago, authordate] footnote on first cite. Extra space put in parencite

Following http://www.texdev.net/2010/03/08/biblatex-numbered-citations-as-footnotes/ I made the following minimal example, that put the full citation in a margin note for the first time, when using ...
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Double spaces caused by biblatex \volcite

I encountered some double (i.e. too wide) spaces in front of my BibLaTeX references today, and it turns out these only crop up with \volcite when using a postnote. Consider the following example: ...
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\citenum with square brackets

I am using the superscript citation style and sometimes in the text I need to print the citation number is square brackets like [6]. I read I could use \citenum but [\citenum{myref}] leaves some big ...
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1answer
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How to correctly position biblatex \autocite?

I'm using biblatex 1.2a and \autocite because I don't know if the final format of the book will require inline or superscript citations. Seems the correct usage of \autocite is preceding it by a ...
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Can you employ \unskip to automatically place a non-breaking space before \cite or \ref?

It is recommended to place a non-breaking space before \cite, \ref, inline math and perhaps at few other locations. The question is whether you can design an improved version of \cite (say) which ...
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Why should I put a ~ before \ref or \cite?

My question is in the title of this post, but extends to other referencing commands like \eqref, \citep, \citet (and the like) as well.
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\cite that tolerates whitespace?

Is there a package that provides a variant of the \cite command that tolerates arbitrary whitespace? That is, I would like to be able to write something like \cite{foo, bar, baz} or \cite{ ...