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accepted How do I use shorthand from the first time with verbose-trad1
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comment How do I use shorthand from the first time with verbose-trad1
Thank you! That's fantastic. A follow-up on that, is it possible to make the shorthands behave like the other posts, e.g. also print like ibid/idem etcetera? Now the shorthand is always printed out. This would be of interest, also without the macro above, e.g. also when the full title is printed the first time.
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comment How define biblatex entry for phonogram/recording?
However, if i leave for example the series field empty, the publisher and the rest does not print at all.
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comment How define biblatex entry for phonogram/recording?
It is really great to learn to code these things. You are really great!
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comment How define biblatex entry for phonogram/recording?
Fantastic, thank you!
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comment How define biblatex entry for phonogram/recording?
Thank you papageno. I need to use the authoryear style, though. I updated the question above.
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comment How define biblatex entry for phonogram/recording?
Thank you for your answer. I have edited, and provided a small example in the question.
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comment New bib(la)tex-entrytype for music-scores
Thank you very much Thorsten! Do you as well know how to change, so that when I cite these @music posts, it uses the publisher instead of the editor, for example: Bärenreiter (1985), but without changing the citing of books, and all other articles?
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comment New bib(la)tex-entrytype for music-scores
Also a great solution. How could I change the code, to use the publisher in the citation, for example \citet{abc} would generate Henle (1965)? Thank you!
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comment New bib(la)tex-entrytype for music-scores
Thanks for a great solution. On thing does not work for me however: in authoryear style, no year is showing up in the end. Any idea how i could fix this?