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In my point of view, the external references should be made with xr-hyper and \href{filename#ext-label}{some-text}, where some text is the same as the filename ('url'). Using a common style file for all (sub)documents reduces the typing and in my point of view the \mychoose command is not needed here. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{filecontents} ...

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The first thing to do is to tell JabRef about the use of biblatex. Go to options, preferences. In the advanced tab, select BibLaTeX-mode. You will now see all the fields available with biblatex, also types like online. As far as the biblatex/biber combo is concerned, the stuff written into the urldate field is complete gibberish and hence is ignored. ...

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This is a bit simplified, so please don't tell me it isn't quite this straightforward and that Biblatex can also roast your coffee beans while Biber de-fleas the dog. This is a crude overview. For details of Biber's pet-grooming features, the interested reader is respectfully referred to the manual. To create a bibliography using the Biblatex package and ...

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The Basics: As you are missing some of the basics, I extended my answer a bit. biblatex works like this: You have the information about your references in a .bib text file. This is the project.bib you seem to have created with JabRef. You load the package with \usepackage[backend=biber]{biblatex} In you document, you can refer to your sources with ...

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My feeling is that luaotfload makes LuaTeX ignore the choice of stylistic sets when the font is used in math mode. In order to prove my claim, I did \mathcode=\numexpr"7000+\mathcode\relax and tried $\mathtt{`}$, which resulted in the curly backquote no matter what stylistic set in used in the definition of the mono font. Note that url typesets the ...

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You can define a \longurl macro that will locally set \UrlBreaks to do it. For instance: \newcommand{\longurl}[1]{% {\expandafter\def\expandafter\UrlBreaks\expandafter{\UrlBreaks\UrlOrds% \do\/\do\a\do\b\do\c\do\d\do\e\do\f% \do\g\do\h\do\i\do\j\do\k\do\l\do\m% \do\n\do\o\do\p\do\q\do\r\do\s\do\t% ...

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\documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage[hyphens]{url} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{fouriernc} \begin{document} This is a {\def\UrlBreaks{\do\y}% \url{http://reallyreallyreallyreallyreallyreallyreallyreallyreallyreallylongurl}} which \LaTeX\ will be unhappy about. So, how can we split this in the best way? Here is another one which I don't ...

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When URLs contain special characters, and you want to use them in an argument (even in a moving argument), the standard approach is yo use \urldef. Below I give to two options: Use \urldef: \documentclass{amsart} \usepackage{hyperref} \urldef{\wxxiii}\url{http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=density+destilled+water+23°C } \begin{document} ...

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