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How to line-break cites correctly (hanging-over problem)?

while using Bibtex, I experienced an frustrating issue with line-breaks on cites in my block text. I have chosen to use the following bibtex implementation: \bibliographystyle{plain} ...
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Textsuperscript and linebreak problem

I got a problem when doing cites and linebreaks. I configured natbib the following way: \usepackage{babelbib} \usepackage[super,square,numbers,sort&compress]{natbib} Now, citing multiple ...
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Latex not showing properly citations [closed]

I use the following latex command for citation at latex. \subsection{Subsection Example 1} some tex ~\cite{maccormack2003managing} some text and I get the following result. As you can see the ...
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Line break in citation with organization as author

I have the following reference: @MISC{EX2012, author = {{S}ingle {A}uthor {O}rganization}, year = {2012}, title = {Example} } A citation for this is breaking after "Author", but extending ...
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2answers
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Over citation in Springer template with pdflatex

I'm writing a paper for a Springer journal. So I downloaded the LaTeX template. http://www.springer.com/cda/content/document/cda_downloaddocument/LaTeX.zip The problem is that multiple citations ...
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Citations go out of margins [duplicate]

Some of my citations overflow into my margins. See below. I am wondering if there is any solution to this? I am using \bibliographystyle{apalike}.
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1answer
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Why do citations break my page's layout?

I am having troubles with citations. As seen on the attached screenshot, they sometimes don't do linebreaking properly, but produce an error overfull hbox and break my layout. Here are the relevant ...
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\cite spills over into the margin

As you can see at the picture, a citation spills over into the margin of my paper. How can I resolve the issue?
4
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1answer
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How to prevent \cite at the end of the sentence start a new line with a dot

When I end a sentence like this: Here is something you should read \cite{name}. Sometimes the end of the sentence coincies with the end of a row. In this case the next line begins with the dot at ...
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What is the difference between \cite and ~\cite? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Why I should put a ~ before \ref command? I see the two used fairly interchangeably but have never read what the difference is between them...
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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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1answer
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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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1answer
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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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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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How do I make LaTeX push long citations to a new line?

When I use the \cite command for my citations, often LaTeX will overflow the margins for my lines, and the text looks pretty bad. How can I make LaTeX push long citations to the next line ...