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Nov
28
comment How can one stop LaTeX compilation?
With most command-line programs, EOF (ctrl+d) is normally a good first guess
Oct
28
awarded  Yearling
May
29
accepted Change position of prenote when ibid (if statement in \DeclareCiteCommand)
May
29
accepted How to print name of month as string?
May
29
accepted How can I make title quotations use single quotes?
May
25
asked How can I make title quotations use single quotes?
May
24
comment How to print name of month as string?
Thanks - that's got me almost there. One thing left - the format (when using \printurldate) is currently, eg, August 15, 2011. How can I swap this so that it becomes 15 August, 2011?
May
24
awarded  Teacher
May
24
answered Change position of prenote when ibid (if statement in \DeclareCiteCommand)
May
24
accepted Specify newcommand to provide default argument to existing command
May
24
accepted Prevent space before publisher list in biblatex driver
May
24
asked Change position of prenote when ibid (if statement in \DeclareCiteCommand)
May
24
comment above n references broken
For anyone else who is interested in this, Mark's edit (to include the label) is in the wrong place. The \label{cbx@\the\value{instcount}}% code must be in cite:save, not in the normal cite macro.
May
23
comment How to print name of month as string?
@Werner - added MWE (I didn't think it would be necessary for this simple of a solution)
May
23
revised How to print name of month as string?
added 756 characters in body
May
23
comment How to print name of month as string?
Jake - actually, I'm only interested in the bibliography. @PLK - it doesn't appear to be doing so. I'm getting the actual integer printed out in my bibliography when I do \printfield{month}
May
23
asked How to print name of month as string?
May
23
asked Prevent space before publisher list in biblatex driver
Jan
17
comment Specify newcommand to provide default argument to existing command
Aha, that appears to be it. I realised that \number was an existing command, but I thought that if I redefined it within the \newenvironment, it wouldn't cause any problems (as the scope would be limited). It seems I was wrong on that! If you post that as an answer, I'll accept you.
Jan
17
asked Specify newcommand to provide default argument to existing command