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Oct
16
comment biblatex - Sort cites via number (split bibliography)
Thank you for your answer! I used and modified your approach to provide a \citeown-command, which adds references to the regexp in the sourcemap.
Oct
16
accepted biblatex - Sort cites via number (split bibliography)
Oct
16
comment biblatex - Sort cites via number (split bibliography)
Since I use the same bib-file across multiple projects, I refrain from modifying the bib-file. Is there any possibility to fill the presort-field in the tex-file by, e.g., using the category or by a \customCommand{a2}?
Oct
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asked biblatex - Sort cites via number (split bibliography)
Oct
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Oct
8
revised biblatex - Consistent numbering in split bibliographies
Changed the question according to my intention.
Oct
8
comment biblatex - Consistent numbering in split bibliographies
But, it was not my main concern to get the entries sorted via the category, but to get a consistent numbering. So you answered the question I intended to ask ;) I will change the question accordingly.
Oct
8
accepted biblatex - Consistent numbering in split bibliographies
Oct
8
comment biblatex - Consistent numbering in split bibliographies
Rather than cheating, this looks like the intended solution. The manual says (§3.12.5) "When using a numeric citation scheme, however, this will most likely lead to discontinuous numbering in split bibliographies. Use the defernumbers package option to avoid this problem." Please post it as an answer.
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Jan
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accepted PassOptionsToClass vs global options
Jan
16
comment PassOptionsToClass vs global options
Thank you for your answer. In my understanding, we have three types of options: package options, class options and global options (passed to all classes and packages). In the standard way (\documentclass[<options>]) one can set global options and with \PassOptionsToClass we can set class options. In a standard document however, one does not distinguish between class and global options.
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asked PassOptionsToClass vs global options
Jul
4
comment mathchoice and tikz's remember picture
Works like a charm. Thank you!
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