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I know this is an old question, but I recently encountered a similar problem. After fixing errors in the .bib document (such as adding backslashes to the %) remember to delete the .bbl document first and recompile. The way I add urls to bibtex is thus: @misc{fenwayHouse, title={{Fenway House}}, howpublished="\url{http://web.mit.edu/fenwayhouse}" } ...

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Using biblatex, \citeurl{<bibkey>} will print the URL associated with the citation key <bibkey>: \documentclass{beamer} \usepackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @Article{Jilvero2012, Title = {Heat requirement for regeneration of aqueous ammonia in post-combustion carbon dioxide capture }, Author ...

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I'm using biber to automatically remove the escapes (the option (c) in the question, which I seem unable to avoid) as follows: biber --tool library.bib and a biber.conf with the following simple regex map: <map> <map_step map_field_source="url" map_match="\\" map_replace="" /> </map> Not ideal, but until Mendeley starts ...

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This is in addition to the previous answers. When LuaLaTeX is used it's easy to extract the first URL or ISBN number by calling a lua function. I put a lua script in the_first_word.lua file that returns the first word of a string if the string is a list of ISBNs separated by comma-space -- find the first comma or space -- return the string before first ...

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csplain is (by default) sensitive to non UTF-8 codes in input. It uses encTeX for this in pdftex engine. The url.sty manipulates with non UTF-8 codes, encTeX is sensive to this more than we need and this yields this error. You can write \input utf8off at beginning of the document. After this, the pdftex treats its input normally as 8bit. If you are using ...

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I solved the problem by using item[]\footnote{\url{}} instead of item[\footnote{\url{}}]. Basically, an item cannot have a footnote inside.

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