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Find plain.bst on your file system, copy the file, rename the file to something else. Open the file, add a comment that the name has changed and the current year and preferrably your name. Find the edition function and replace it with the following block: FUNCTION {format.edition} { edition empty\$ { "" } { output.state mid.sentence = { ...

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You can use babplain for a babel-aware version of plain part of the babelbib package see texdoc babelbib for more details. You also need to add \usepackage{babelbib} so that it defines all the new fixed texts in an appropriate language.

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The simplest way is to use alternative4ht package for tex4ht. It is not in TeX Live yet, so you have to install it yourself with helpersht packages. More info about this method can be found in this guide. You have to modify your document slightly: \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{article} %\usepackage{etoolbox} %\makeatletter %\@ifpackageloaded{tex4ht}{ ...

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In general，you can use the class maintenanced by CTEX forum, such as ctexart,ctexbook, if the XeLaTeX is used as the compiler, you can use the xeCJK package which is convenient for selection of the fonts installed in your system.

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As of version 4.4, TexMaker supports the % !TeX spellcheck = [language code] meta tag to specify the spellcheck language of the file. If you've already opened the file, close and re-open the file to trigger a rescan of the language. I have successfully tested this feature with TexMaker 4.5. The default spellcheck language is English, but with the following ...

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The agsm-Style uses a command for the and. So you are in luck and can adapt it (but biblatex/biber is naturally much more flexible): \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage[ngerman]{babel} \usepackage[round]{natbib} \usepackage[final]{pdfpages} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \newcommand\harvardand{und} \begin{document} Lorem ipsum \citep{DoeMustermann2014}. ...

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You wrote: ... I tried with \latintext and \foreignlanguage{english}{...}, but apparently I cannot use anything starting with a \ as a value for prefixnumbers. The trick for that is to enclose the \printfield{prefixnumber} with \foreignlanguage: \foreignlanguage{english}{\printfield{prefixnumber}} Complete code (I changed francais to french to ...

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The description of the autolang option on p. 48 of the biblatex documentation says [The autolang] option controls which babel language environment is used if the babel/polyglossia package is loaded and a bibliography entry includes a langid field (see § 2.2.3). Note that Biblatex automatically adjusts to the main document language if babel/polyglossia is ...

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At last there are two problems in each bibliography: correct hyphenating and breaking of (long) urls. Because bibliographys are not text to be read like the text in your document, there is no need to use the same justifying in the bibliography and the text. Using only left justifying in the bibliography has the advantage, that LaTeX is able to break the ...

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As far as I can tell, the real issue here is that the hyphenrules environment cannot deal with breaks in words with special characters. The babel documentation says The environment hyphenrules can be used to select only the hyphenation rules to be used (it can be used as command, too). [...] Except for [...] simple uses, hyphenrules is discouraged and ...

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Compile it using XeLaTeX (default is pdfLaTeX). Took me waaay too long to figure this out. To do this, go to the menu (top left corner), scroll down to Settings, change compiler from "pdfLaTeX" to "XeLaTeX". The instructions from ShareLaTeX's documentation should now work fine.

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Using an updated version of the template, the issue is gone almost completely. We have to make sure though, that all yet unknown strings are defined for the italian language. You can also redefine a preset string using \redefinecaptioncommand. Note, that an entry for the toc is not printed to the toc by deafult, but has to be requested by an option. The ...

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I've added some more information to the manual for datetime2 v1.2, which I've just uploaded, regarding the showdow setting, but I'll try to clarify. The showdow setting really ought to be a language-dependent (or contrib package) setting as it's not used by the main datetime2 code and isn't used by a lot of styles, so I did intend to implement it in the ...

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The babel package localises the normal LaTeX settings, but not the thingies coming from BibTeX. You need a localised BibTeX style (bst) for this purpose. e.g., natdin.bst.

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