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By typing Author = {Dragomir \v{Z}. {{\DJ}okovi\'c}}, you're basically telling Biber that the author has a single letter family name and this confuses the parser. The following works without problems (I used filecontents* just to make the example selfcontained). \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @Article{zbMATH00205607, Author = {Dragomir \v{Z}. ...


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Here is something less invasive than the solution you have tried. It relies on adjusting the macro \mkbibnamefirst which is called to format the first and middle names rather than completely rewriting the name format: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[backend=biber,style=alphabetic,autocite=footnote]{biblatex} \begin{filecontents*}{bibliography.bib} ...


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It works again! \(^_^)/ I noticed a less vacuous message in /proc/kmsg which stated the segfault to happen in Simple.so from the perl-date-simple-package. This raised a cascade of other segfaults but finally after rebuilding perl-date-simple perl-unicode-gcstring perl-autovivification and perl-text-bibtex it works again properly. Due to this update, I ...


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I have the same problem, as others point out various different tests all indicate that this is a false positive. I have just added exceptions in AVG for biber.exe and the containing file within texmf, which seems to have dealt with the issue for now.


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It is enough to do a \renewbibmacro{journal+issuetitle}: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{csquotes} \usepackage[style=verbose-trad1, backend=biber, bibencoding=inputenc, language=french, natbib=true, sortcites=true, autopunct=true, hyperref=true, block=space, citetracker=true, ...


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You can add extra formatting to field either adding \allowbreak to allow a line break or \hyphenate (from the biblatex package) to add an optional hyphen: Literatur.bib @Patent{PatentLeistungsschutzschalter, Title = {Leitungsschutzschalter}, Author = {{BBC Brown Boveri Cie, Niemeyer, L.}}, Date ...


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The "problem" here is that verbose-trad2 always prints a fullcite if a cite is seen for the very first time. After that idem/ibidem etc. will work. See the definition of bibmacro cite in verbose-trad2.cbx. So if you repeat in your code \cite{article1} \cite{article2} \cite{book} the idem will show up. EDIT: Since you need the idem to show up ...



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