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accepted Mixing notes style and authordate style in biblatex-chicago (the example of letters)
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comment Mixing notes style and authordate style in biblatex-chicago (the example of letters)
Das sieht perfekt aus. Vielen Dank!
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Thank you, that looks wonderful! Is it possible to get the citation to use a comma and a lower-case "i" in "in"? Viz. Madame de Sévigné to Monsieur de Sévigné, Paris, 29 January 1750, in De Sévigné 2015a, 100–110.
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comment Chicago-style citations of CJK documents (e.g. American Oriental Society): Name order; transcribed/translated titles
Thank you so much!
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comment Chicago-style citations of CJK documents (e.g. American Oriental Society): Name order; transcribed/translated titles
Re my previous comment: I posted it as a separate question here: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/233053/…
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comment Chicago-style citations of CJK documents (e.g. American Oriental Society): Name order; transcribed/translated titles
Sorry to get back to this old question. I'm still using your patch daily and I just noticed a problem. As far as I can tell, the name disambiguation does not work with two CJK names that differ in #3 (e.g., one entry with {Zhao, 趙歲升, Suisheng} and one with {Zhao, 赵杰, Jie}). I've tried to edit the patch myself but I don't understand enough to make it work. Do you prefer that I post this issue as a separate question, referring back to this one?
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