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My personal preference is for versatile tools, rather than using JabRef (which I find rather irritating and inflexible -- the bibtex vs. biblatex modes issue in the question). I therefore use a decent text editor to maintain my .bib files (namely jEdit, though on Windows I liked notepad++). Any text editor will give you a content-agnostic paste without ...


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The syntax for accented characters in BibTeX files is {\c{S}} but biblatex/Biber also accept UTF-8, provided the document is so encoded. Here's an example. \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{A, author={{\c{S}}author, X.}, title={Title}, journal={Journal}, date={2014}, } @article{B, author={Şuthor, X.}, title={Title}, ...


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There are really two separate things here, one doing 'simple' sub-entry lists with biblatex and the other handling complex note-like citations. As I'll need a demo bibliography, I'll cover both in one example after some explanation. For the sub-entry lists, you need to use the appropriate mcite-like citation commands (biblatex doesn't add this automatically ...


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The standard biblatex styles do not use pdf or file fields in the output, but the data is processed by the back-end to make it available (you might want for example a reading form of your database with hyperlinks to the PDFs). As described in the biblatex manual, the fields file and pdf are treated as equivalent: file is the 'native' name for biblatex with ...


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Put this in the magyar.lbx file: \DeclareBibliographyStrings{% % ... url = {{Elérhető}{Elérhető}}, urlfrom = {{elérhető}{elérhető}}, urlseen = {{elérés dátuma}{elérés dátuma}}, } \DeclareBibliographyExtras{ % ... \protected\def\mkbibordinal#1{\stripzeros{#1}\adddot}% \protected\def\mkbibdatelong#1#2#3{% ...


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Unfortunately, bibaltex-ieee uses a slightly un-biblatex-y way to format the output of the number and volume field. While normally this formatting is done via \DeclareFieldFormat[article,periodical]{number}{#1} in biblatex-ieee this is all done in a macro \renewbibmacro*{volume+number+eid}{% \iffieldundef{volume} {} {% ...


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You need to patch the bibliography driver online provided by biblatex-chicago to achieve what you want. So, add the following lines in your preamble \usepackage{xpatch} \xpatchbibdriver{online} {\newunit\newblock \iftoggle{cms@doionly}% {\iffieldundef{doi}% {}% {\printfield{doi}% \clearfield{url}}}% {\printfield{doi}}% ...


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Deleting the temp folder C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Temp\par-7363686d6964746b, as mentioned in comments, worked for me fine.


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If you load the hyperref package, then information about whether the label is for a numbered or unnumbered chapter is written to in the .aux file. You can then access this via the fourth element of the result of \real@setref and provide appropriate text. For numbered chapters this fourth element is chapter.7 for Chapter 7, for unnumbered chapters it is ...


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With \AtEveryCitekey{\hyphenrules{nohyphenation}} in the preamble, hyphenation can be disabled for all BibLaTeX keys (the langugage nohyphenation must be defined in babel).



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