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URL citation: Control breaks and add 'Accessed' as prefix text

Please consider the following BibTex reference output (source can be found below): I am using \bibliographystyle{plain} as the output fits the requirements of a paper I'm writing. I tried natbib, ...
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URLs and justification [duplicate]

I am having difficulties in keeping long URLs inside the correct margins in LyX. I can understand why there are difficulties in hyphenating URLs at a point that will ensure the average reader will ...
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(Another) problem with url hyphenation in bibliography

What I am about to ask has already been asked many times, but nothing seems to work for me so far. Basically I am having troubles in getting urls hyphenated correctly in the bibliography. I modified ...
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172 views

Not allowing hyphenation of urls in references

Is there a way to globally turn off hyphenation of links in bibliography? Current state doesn't please me: Minmal working example: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper,oneside]{report} \usepackage{url} ...
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1answer
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How to break long URLs using common hyphenation but adding a line feed indicator?

I saw several questions like this one that request a solution for breaking apart URLs. I wonder if it is possible to hyphenate the words in a URL as it happens in normal text (i.e., breaking apart ...
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How to emulate \url hyphenating without using the url package?

I'm forced to avoid the url package in a proceedings paper (!) but my bibliography includes a long URL. I already \newcommand{\url}[1]{{\tttext{#1}}} but the URL spills over to the margin as it ...
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votes
1answer
682 views

long URL's containing “-” in bibtex going beyond page

I have tried several top answers with no luck. Here is what I have in my preamble(compiling with xelatex and bibtex). \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{article} \usepackage{fontspec} \usepackage{natbib} ...
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Option to break urls with carriage-return symbol?

There are several ways to get long, uncooperative URLs to line-break in LaTeX. If you're using pdfLaTeX, then the hyperref package can break them across lines for you, roughly after any /. If you ...