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Here is a solution using the new Data Annotation feature of biblatex 3.5/biber 2.6 (currently in Development folders on Sourceforge). It is a more general solution in that does not need to know any internals like hashes and you can enable the behaviour by just annotating your name in the .bib (which could also be automated by a sourcemap): \documentclass{...

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We can use biblatex's name hashes to compare the name. You will need to know the hash for your name. That can be found in the .bbl file as described in Highlight an author in bibliography using biblatex allowing bibliography style to format it. For "John Smith" we have 5d0ddda3a367ceb26fbaeca02e391c22 in our MWE. We then only need to modify the labelname ...

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This is possible with biber's tool mode. Suppose your .bib is "test.bib" and you have the following in "test.conf" (this is just the config file version of the "nyt" sorting scheme - see the biblatex/biber PDF docs about this). <config> <!-- nyt SORTING --> <sorting> <presort>mm</presort> <sort order="1"> ...

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Anything in a .bib file that isn't part of an entry is a comment, so you can just type. Here are some examples of comments in a bib file. This is a comment Now here's an entry: @BOOK{blah, ... } % You can also use markers, if you want, but they're unnecessary If you need to comment out an entry, the @COMMENT can be useful @COMMENT Even though this ...

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There is no general method to change a style. But in many simple cases it it possible to do it by looking at the code. In your case the title is handled by a simple boolean that you can switch locally: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[english]{babel} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{main.bib} @article{refA, ...

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You did not mention which TeX distribution and version number you use. Based on your given code I prepared the following MWE (using package filecontents to include all subfiles and the main tex code into one compilable MWE). There I added the input encoding with \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} and changed the filenames to have documented in the file names ...

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There's a small problem with the pagesfields, which is not relevant (should be pagetotal. Mentioning the number of volumes with the volumes field works only with several volumes (you obtain vols 1…), so I used the note field. That said, this code compiles for me: \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{report} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \...

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You could use filtering by keyword. Add keywords "work1", "work2" etc to your entry, and then do \defbibheading{bibliography}[\bibname]{% \section*{#1}% \markboth{#1}{#1}} \printbibliography[keyword=work1,title=Title1] \printbibliography[keyword=work2,title=Title2] \printbibliography[keyword=work3,title=Title3] etc. Here, bibliography or on section ...

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The problem in your code is located in this line: \begin{displayquote}[\cite[235]{westfahl:space}] The problem here is that LaTeX has a problem to find the corresponding closing ] and }. To avoid this just enclose the parameter inside [...] with an own grouping pair of {..}. Result: \begin{displayquote}[{\cite[235]{westfahl:space}}] % ^...

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Thanks to the comments, the issue is I need to either stick with bibtex or alter the template accordingly to make it working with biblatex. I chose the later and based on the answers in What to do to switch to biblatex? I succeeded in doing so. Simply, remove \nocite{*} % Insert publications even if they are not cited in the poster \small{\...

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It's not clear why using LuaLaTeX, but here it is. \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{test, author={Günter Frö}, title = {Wörter}, journal = {Wörter in Österreich}, year = {2013} } \end{filecontents*} \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{luainputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} \usepackage[ backend=biber, ...

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This is now possible with biblatex 3.5/biber 2.6 currently in DEV on Sourceforge. There is a refsection option on the \map command in sourcemaps which forces the contained map steps to apply only to a particular reference section.

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