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Mar
13
comment Use headings in letters / vertical space
Awesome, thank you very much for your answer and explanation. Concerning the font size: Yes, you'd better use \Large and \large as in article.cls.
Mar
13
comment Xetex: use OTF font (MacPorts)
You were right, I really was missing one of the packages you listed above. Thank you! :)
May
13
comment biblatex: Mixing biblatex-dw styles with other styles
With \usepackage[citestyle=verbose-inote,bibstyle=numeric]{biblatex} there are ISBN displayed in the footnotes and the list of literature. How to disable this in the footnotes? With \usepackage[style=footnote-dw]{biblatex} there are no ISBN at all. How to emphasize the title or display the ISBN? And yes, I will consider it.
May
13
comment biblatex: Mixing biblatex-dw styles with other styles
Just recognized that the numeric labels are unneccessary with footnote-dw, thanks lockstep. I just want to have the title emphasized and the ISBN displayed in the list of literature. Also I need to change the margin of the entries. A empty line between the entries would be very nice since the are currently very close to eachothers.
May
13
comment biblatex: Mixing biblatex-dw styles with other styles
@AlanMunn, an alphabetical order would be the best, but it does not matter if this isn't possible. I need the citations in footnotes (as style=footnote-dw successfully does) but I need a change in the output of the \printbibliography. The "footnote style" does not have much margin/padding in the list of literature and I miss the title emphasized or the ISBN.
May
13
comment biblatex: Mixing biblatex-dw styles with other styles
@JosephWright I already tested this out because I read this in the manuals, but this line of code produces some errors: ! Package etoolbox Error: Boolean '\ifbbx:annotation' undefined. See the etoolbox package documentation for explanation. Type H <return> for immediate help. ... l.5 citation here\cite{key}