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Here is a way to define a Polish quote style for csquotes. I have based it on the code in csquotes.def for german, but with appropriate changes of quote symbols. As mentioned in my comment above Guidelines for customizing biblatex styles should help you to get started configuring the biblatex style and I won't address that here. ...


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As soon as you set custom field formats, i.e. \DeclareFieldformat[article]{title}{\textbf{#1}} the version without optional parameter \DeclareFieldformat{title}{\textbf{#1}} is only applicated to entry types which have no custom format yet: @book, @inproceedings etc. – but not @article! The starred version \DeclareFieldformat*{title}{\textbf{#1}} will set ...


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This isn't possible in the biblatex-apa style. firstinits is a generic biblatex option which doesn't really fit into the APA style and so APA specific things have to be done in the style itself. For example, full names are sometimes given in a very APA-specific format, see APA examples in section 6.27 of the APA manual. Supporting these means it is very hard ...


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If you want to create a custom citing command, you'll probably want to use the labelname format for names. You probably do not even want to print the author, but the labelname field (the difference being that the labelname field might contain the editor of a work if no author is given). Solution to print labelname \DeclareCiteCommand{\mycite}{}{% ...


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This might answer your question probably only partly: I have a master document with some child documents. All lyx files have the same document type and use the defaults. To include packages or define macros I have an additional tex file (options.tex) which contains everything that needs to be done in the preamble. In the preamble of the lyx documents I add ...


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Actually, at least for first levels quotes , the polish style is the same as croatian , that is defined in csquotes. For the remaining questions, a few patches to biblatex solve them (you need to load the xpatch package): \documentclass[a4paper,twoside,openright,polish]{report} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} ...


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My current version of IEEEtran expects the biblatexpackage. This works with current TeXLive 2014: \documentclass[conference]{IEEEtran} \usepackage{biblatex} \addbibresource{IEEEexamples} \title{Title} \newcommand\BibTeX{Bib\TeX} \begin{document} \nocite{*} \printbibliography \end{document} I run pdflatex -> biber -> pdflatex -> pdflatex


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Writes only the contents of entrytype chapter if it is an article \renewbibmacro*{chapter+pages}{% \printfield{chapter}% \ifentrytype{article} {} {\setunit*{\addcomma\space}% \printfield{pages}% \newunit }}


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You can make up a "fake" citation command that does nothing (hardly anything) but will still make biblatex think it cited the key. Just define this nice command \blindcite \DeclareCiteCommand{\blindcite}{\unspace}{}{}{} I had to add the \unspace macro to get rid of an unwanted space. MWE \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents} ...



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