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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={┼×uthor, X.}, title={Title}, ...


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The question really doesn't give enough information to provide a definitive answer, but some things can be offered. Some comments suggest using a different bibliography program. But if you wish to remain with bibtex, you can make a copy of the bibliography style (.bst file). In this case, I rename unsrt.bst to myunsrt.bst. Programming in BST language is ...


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(Too long for a comment, but not really a solution.) Based solely on the code you've posted or given specific hints about, the following output is obtained with pdfLaTeX. Three normal en-dashes are generated, but no "funny characters". Do you get the same output if you load the package-which-you-are-not-at-liberty-to-share? \documentclass{article} ...


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The relevant option should be backref=page, as this inserts the correct links to the page. In addition, the hyperref package should be loaded after the subcaption package, which is not needed in this minimal example at all. \documentclass{report} \usepackage{subcaption} \usepackage[backref=page]{hyperref} \begin{document} \chapter{Loranium} Lorem ...



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