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That is an interesting question indeed. I am always very wary of automatic solutions, they do exactly what they are told and are not intelligent. And one always has to check if everything went exactly as planned manually anyway. With Biber we can do regex checks on fields. Regex allows to check for Cyrillic characters. Here we check the title field (the ...


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The friggeri-cv class does not seem to provide starred versions of all sectioning commands, but the standard subbibliography heading uses \subsection*. If we redefine subbibliography headings to use \subsection, all is fine \defbibheading{subbibliography}[\refname]{\subsection{#1}}


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First of all, the specific example can be better solved using the correct spelling for the name, which is Goethe, but I'll assume that this choice was deliberate in order not to mention any specific real case. The correct syntax with BibTeX is G{\"{o}}the There's nothing you can do about it, except fixing the entries. On the other hand, if you use ...


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With Biber we have more or less full control of the label for the alphabetic style. The relevant command is \DeclareLabelalphaTemplate (see ยง4.5.4 Labels, pp. 163-168 of the biblatex documentation). For your purposes \DeclareLabelalphaTemplate{ \labelelement{ \field[final]{shorthand} \field{label} ...


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To get proper code markup: \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @book{bookentryA, editor={smith and Wesson}, langid={english} } @book{bookentryB, editor={smith and Wesson}, } @book{bookentry, editor={smith and Wesson}, langid={ngerman} } \end{filecontents} ...


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Use the loading option: maxcitenames=50, say (if you have no more than 50 authors in your bibliography). If you want this specification to be valid also for the bibliography, simply use maxnames=50. For fullnames, firstinits=false.


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There are several problems with your MWE. First and foremost, in the .bib file, the field for keywords is called keywords, not keyword, note the s. A BiblistFilter can only be used as the mandatory argument to \printbiblist and then needs a driver. This is all predefined for shorthand, for other uses you will have to provide your own (as you did for ...


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I solved this after bit of searching. The change I made to make it work was to replace the backend from biber to bibtex. Changed code: \usepackage[backend=bibtex,style=authoryear-icomp]{biblatex} \ExecuteBibliographyOptions{citetracker=true,sorting=nyt} \bibliography{Thesis_Expose_biblio} Reran in TexShop: Typeset pdflatexmk Typeset bibtex Typeset latex ...


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The biblatex way to handle web sites and other electronic references is to use @online{aaa, author = {Author 1}, title = {A website}, url = {www.website.com/%20/%20abc}, } If one uses biber as backend, then it is possible to remap dynamically the entry types and fields.



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