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While not a direct answer to your question, note that Zotero now (since about a month) has a dedicated BibLaTex export translator in addition to regular bibtex export that you can use for better results with biblatex. Alternatively, you can also look at the - very similar - biblatex translator here: ...

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Advertisement : This is not a solution but a lead to a possible one. I have not enough place to explain it in a comment, so I create (improperly) an answer. There is perhaps a solution using a biber feature. I discover this feature in a TeX.SE post (see the accepted answer) which lists advantages of biber. One of these features is : Very flexible ...

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Thanks to Andrew Swann for suggesting the following fix: Added (important note: This was not necessarily directly related to my original problem, but was a part of the changes made before my setup worked without errors): \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} and changed: \bibliography{citations.bib} into: \addbibresrouce{citations.bib} This solved my ...

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I took me hours to find the answer. However, I just stumbled across the following posting. Just put the option sortcites=true in the the preamble. E.g.: \usepackage[style=apa, backend=biber, sortcites=true]{biblatex} Now everything works as expected.

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I checked all the options of the related field. It seems there is no way of adding informations such as pages after the related reference. But, there is a workaround : you could set the relatedstring in such way this information will be provided. The biblatex-examples.bib file provided with the package shows such examples. Here is a MWE: ...

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When you define a new field with \DeclareDatamodelField you have to specify the type and the datatype. In your case you need. \DeclareDatamodelFields[type=field,datatype=literal]{datation} The biblatex manual does not specify whether such options are required.

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I found a solution to my problem (which was export to odt with biblatex references) with pandoc : pandoc test.tex -o output.html --bibliography /my/bibliography.bib -s Hope It could help another one. P-S : Tex4ht was definitively not rendering biblatex for me even after upgrade.

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Because the \addbibresource command in biblatex can in fact open other types of resources than .bib files (most notably, URLs, and experimentally RIS, and some XML formats), the file extension .bib is required. This is quite different from the \bibliography command (which it replaced) in which the extension was implicit. So the solution to your problem ...

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Not a direct answer, but a method that's equivalent to yours and much easier to manage. Add a Texmaker user command that does arara -v %.tex and prefix your document with % arara: pdflatex % arara: makeindex: { style: index_style_wenger.ist } % arara: nomencl % arara: biber % arara: pdflatex % arara: pdflatex: { synctex: yes } \documentclass{article} ...

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I would create a new build profile, say LaTeX > PDF (Biber), which is a copy of LaTeX > PDF (the one set up by default in TeXnicCenter): Now add biber as the BibTeX compiler: In the above "Command line arguments to pass to BibTeX", %tm refers to the file "Title (without extension)". You can also add other arguments to want to pass to biber here ...

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