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Recommended solution There's no really simple way to do this elegantly using natbib, since the .bst files that format the bibliography entries either produce the fields or not. There's no way to selectively turn them on or off. For this reason, I would recommend that instead of using natbib you use biblatex to manage your bibliography, since this will allow ...


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Over the years, many packages have been written to do some special bibliography stuff. Urls and DOIs became prominent over the years, and some bibliographystyles have added features to actually cite online material. With biblatex we have a modern package that tries to implement all the functunality of the various packages in just one LaTeX package. It ...


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You haven't indicated which bibliography style you intend to use. Is that because you haven't decided yet which style, or styles, you'll employ? BibTeX has been around for well more than two decades. The original BibTeX style files -- plain, unsrt, alpha, apalike, and a couple more -- all date back to an era when online resources didn't exist and thus ...


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In TeXstudio, open Options and then Configure TeXstudio. This opens: In this window, check the Show Advanced Options at the lower left corner. Now, in Build tab, the first field (under Meta Commands) Build & View has this argument: txs:///compile | txs:///view Change it to txs:///compile | txs:///bibliography | txs:///compile| txs:///compile | ...


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You can change the maxbibnames value and suppress the month field for articles like this: \documentclass[a4paper,12pt,BCOR13mm,twoside,openright,]{scrreprt} \usepackage[style=chem-acs,maxbibnames=99]{biblatex} \AtEveryBibitem{\ifentrytype{article}{\clearfield{month}}{}} \addbibresource{MWE.bib} \begin{document} This reference should not have a month ...


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<pre>...</pre> in Zotero passes the contents as raw LaTeX: <pre>\pkg{blahblah}</pre>


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The space comes "{" swap$ * "} " * in from format.eprint remove (in a local copy of the bst file, you could report it to the APS) the space after the } so it looks like FUNCTION {format.eprint} { eprint duplicate$ empty$ control.eprint #0 < or { pop$ "" } { duplicate$ "" archive duplicate$ empty$ { pop$ archiv.base } ...



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