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\subsection{\citeauthor{some-bib-ref}} => “Token not allowed in PDF string”

I've got a section in my document in which every \subsection{} is about some paper and should be headed by a (textual) reference to that paper in the bibliography. However, with hyperref included, ...
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Note inside \cite brackets, at beginning instead of end

I'd like to put a note inside \cite brackets, at the beginning, like this: [e.g. 19,20] with the space being non-breaking. The optional argument makes puts something at the end: ...
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How can I automatically abbreviate page ranges in citations (biblatex)

I am using biblatex for my citations, and I was wondering if there was a way to automatically abbreviate the page ranges in citations. (The reason I ask is because I have them all in long-style, and I ...
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Use # in bibtex

The title of the book i want to cite has a # in it - how can i escape it correctly in bibtex?
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State where within the book a reference was cited

I am using a plain sort in my thesis. However, ordering the authors by last name does not help the reader find where the author/reference was cited within the book. Using the unsrt option would not ...
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Capitalising prefix of second name in citation with biblatex

The \Cite command in biblatex capitalises the first prefix in a list of names: \cite: de Jonge and de Bruin \Cite: De Jonge and de Bruin Unfortunately in Dutch publications all prefices need to be ...
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Bold citation number

Is there a straightforward way to produce bold citation numbers with the \cite command (I'm using amsplain bibliography style)? Essentially I want something like this: [1] rather than [1].
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How to hyperlink only the year part when using natbib and hyperref

I am using the natbib and hyperref packages: \usepackage{natbib} \usepackage[pagebackref=true, plainpages=false, bookmarks, bookmarksnumbered, colorlinks, linktocpage=true, linkcolor=blue, ...
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Extended draft mode which includes source information for manual print-out to source synchronisation

I'm looking for a kind of extended draft mode which places the source code position of paragraphs, sectioning commands and figures etc. as marginpars or similar in the PDF, so that they appear on a ...
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Author name of \textcite as possessive

When using biblatex I often use \textcite. Sometimes I want to write things like "Smith's (2000) formulation of x is" instead of "Smith (2000) formulates x as". How do I achieve this? Or more ...
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Customizing citation style

A quick follow-up to question to Customize citation style, basically. Right now I am defining a custom command like this \newcommand{\mycite}[1]{\cite{#1}} How should I modify it to produce an ...
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biblatex: Switching languages for *citations* according to the bibentry's “hyphenation” field

Quoting from section 3.1.2.1 of the biblatex manual: [The babel] option controls which language environment is used if the babel package is loaded and a bibliography entry includes a ...
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Difference between \footcite and \cite in BibLaTeX

Since recently, I am having some trouble with the short/ibidem and full citations in BibLaTeX. When I use a \cite command inside a footnote, it behaves differently than \footcite: it seems each keeps ...
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\StrLeft has no effect on \citetitle

\footfullcite uses too much space so I decided to define a own command. I called it \footshortcite. It only display a pre- and a post-Option and the Author with Year. However, I don't like that most ...
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biblatex : which style for a footnote once then nothing?

Ok sorry for this not so clear title. I'm having trouble to express & find what seems so simple :s I'm biblatex and I would like to know which citation style/bibliographical style and/or option I ...
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Clickable, bottom page reference ?! Possible ?

I'm new here but I see the place looks hyperactive. I guess I'll ask a lot in the next months. So new to LaTeX and starting my PhD thesis redaction. I got this template for a PhD thesis at ...
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How to highlight paragraph (linebreak preserving) as well as itemize, tabular etc.?

I want to highlight changes which are introduced by myself in the pdf document. So far the soul package is very neat but it does throw errors when I want to highlight not only paragraphs but also some ...
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Is it possible to make automatic multiple citations with csquotes and biblatex?

I'm using csquotes package with biblatex. There is a number of citations that require multiple references, which can be introduced with the \autocites command --- e.g. second hand citations (“cited ...
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Hyphenated last name while using the apacite package

I am using the apacite package for citing references and do not know how to suppress the output of a hyphenated last name with the initial of a first name. For example, I enter the following entry ...
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“Allowing line break at ',' in inline math mode” breaks citations

In answering another question allowing line break at ',' in inline math mode, Stefan Kottwitz suggested two excellent ways to allow line breaks in inline math mode after ,. One way was to use the ...
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Unwanted line-breaking of hyphenated word in bibliography

In .bib file: @article{Kurahashi_Yokota2004, author = "Kurahashi, M. and Yokota, A.", title = "Agarivorans albus gen. nov., sp. nov., a $\gamma$-proteobacterium isolated from marine animals", journal ...
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Expanding only one author list when citing multiple papers with Natbib

I have a question about citing multiple authors, but only printing the full author list for one of the papers. I have a situation where I want to cite two papers in the same set of parenthesis, but I ...
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Apacite: suppress initials intext?

I am writing a doctoral thesis and I am using APAcite to set the references in APA (American Psychological Association) format. Mostly this has worked perfectly fine, but I would like to suppress the ...
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Multiple citations with pages using BibLaTeX

How can I do multiple citations with page numbers using bibLaTeX/biber? I have tried \cite[2,3,4]{ref1,ref2,ref3,ref4} but it doesn't work.
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How do I cite an online book? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I use BibTeX to cite a web page? I want to cite this book: http://www.sce.carleton.ca/faculty/chinneck/po.html Here's the citation I was given as an example: ...
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Citations across tex files

I have a strange problem that I can't resolve. In my main *.tex file I have \input{Chapter1VB.tex} \input{vbq.tex} \newpage \input{Chapter2VB.tex} In the first tex file I have ...
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Biblatex @ONLINE reference not printing all information [closed]

I'm using Biblatex and having trouble getting an @ONLINE to cite correctly in the bibliography. Here's the preamble: \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{scrartcl} \usepackage[style=authoryear]{biblatex} ...
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Remove cite from table of contents

I want to put a citation in the section title \section{AAAB \cite{KK} } But i only want this cite to appear in the text but not on the page of contents. How to remove cite from table of contents ?
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Cite without author's name

The \cite command places the author's name and date in the document. If I have already mentioned an author's name, though, I only need the date and maybe a letter: "Lewis (1998b) claimed that ..." How ...
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Changing citation delimiters

The default citation delimiter is ,. For instance, \cite{John96, Doe78, White05} generates something like [8, 2, 4], where the citation numbers (8, 2, and 4) are separated by a comma (,). This is ...
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How to prevent line break in citation with an argument?

If I cite a bibliography item with an additional argument, for example \cite[p.~6]{bib_item}, it can happen that there is a line break before the automatically inserted argument, such as: text ...
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biblatex: Cite commands with the same author prints authors name twice

I'm using biblatex 1.4b, and Biber 0.9. However, I think the problem is with my settings, not with the versions of those programs. I'm trying to cite a single author, and produce their name, followed ...
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LaTeX Error only if certain citation is used

I've got a strange problem, where texmaker throws an error only if I include the following citation: however natural mood swings during weekdays might also have an influence\footnote{see the appendix ...
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\cite doesn't work

If I use \citeA{Rannenberg} it works, but with \cite{Rannenberg} I get the error: ("C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\BA Test\chapters/test.tex" Kapitel 1. Class scrbook Warning: ...
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How to define new cite command with specific citation format?

The standard \cite{some_ref} command produce citation text like [1], but i'm looking for citation like [1*]. How can i define new cite command for such behavior?
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Using BibTeX to make a list of references without having citations in the body of the document?

Is there any way to have BibTeX insert a bibliography without having citations in the body of the document itself? Maybe a way to hide the in-text citations, so that BibTeX still sees them and ...
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Citing inside theorem header

How do I create something like this without getting any errors? \begin{thm}[\cite[page 10]{ABC2011}] ... \end{thm} I tried putting various things into {...} brackets, but not eliminating any ...
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Switching between numeric and authoryear in Natbib

I need to switch between numeric and authoryear style in Natbib, in the same document. Particularly, I want it to be numeric the first time a citation is used and authoryear any subsequent times. Does ...
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Biblatex: Linked \parencitetitle

How can I define a citation command that works like biblatex's \citetitle but is in parentheses and linked to the corresponding bibliography entry? (\citetitle itself is not linked)
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How to cite a proof

In my work I am giving a theorem and its proof from a book. I reproduce the proof and alter it slightly but obviously I need to tell the reader that I got it from that book. Where shall I do it? I ...
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Biblatex, author-year, square brackets

I need to customize the author-year citation in biblatex for a template at work. Right now biblatex cites like this: Ruschmeyer u. a. 1995, S. 123 They way I was told it needs to cite is: ...
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customizing apa style in biblatex

I am trying to create a document where citations follow the authoryear styling and bibliography follows the apa. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[american]{babel} ...
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Bibliography with page numbers

In GKP's Concrete Mathematics, there is a useful and interesting feature I would like to see in more books. The bibliography entries include: a - the page numbers where the book or article is cited ...
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Combining citations at some instance

I use Jabref to manage my citations. Each entry has it own bibkey. There are some instance where I would like to cite 2 or more articles but I want them consolidated in one reference since there all ...
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natbib author-year-page separator

This should be a no-brainer but I haven't seen an example anywhere: \citep[253--256]{sean2003game} with bibpunct like \bibpunct{(}{)}{:}{a}{,}{~}} outputs (Riley, 2004, 253-256) I need to ...
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Citep only works as cite?

In an ideal situation using natbib and abbrvnat, citations e.g. \citet{Jones2004} and '\citep{Jones2004}' would have given Jones et al. (2004) and (Jones et al., 2004) respectively. Unfortunately I ...
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Citet and citep not working with hyperlink [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Citep only works as cite? I used bibtex/natbib to compile my thesis, but unfortunately \citet and \citep don't connect with the hyperlink. In short: \cite{KEY} gives ...
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Showing the bibliographic entry in a popup when you hover over the citation key

I thought it would be useful to have bibliographic entries displayed as a tooltip so readers are not interrupted by following hyperlinks or trying to find the Bibliography, so I created the following ...
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Possessive cite in biblatex-chicago (authordate)

For my master's thesis I changed my citation package from harvard with bibtex to biblatex-chicago with authordate and bibtex8, primarily because I need babel to translate my bibliography to Norwegian. ...
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trackchange and citations

Trackchange for latex on sourceforge seems to have a problem with citations. \change{text 1 \cite{Fels\_81}pad1}{text2 \cite{Fels\_81} pad2} creates a problem due to the brackets encountered. Is ...