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Feb
13
comment How to get BibLaTeX-chicago use title case capitalization?
Thanks a lot Audrey, will look into this!
Feb
13
accepted How to get BibLaTeX-chicago use title case capitalization?
Feb
12
comment How to get BibLaTeX-chicago use title case capitalization?
Thanks Audrey, I rephrased my question now.
Feb
12
revised How to get BibLaTeX-chicago use title case capitalization?
rephrased question to make it clearer
Feb
12
comment How to get BibLaTeX-chicago use title case capitalization?
Thanks, that would explain things! Is there any way to add title case capitalization to the bibliography (except by changing each entry's casing by hand..)?
Feb
11
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Feb
11
comment How to get BibLaTeX-chicago use title case capitalization?
So, you mean that biblatex-chicago is not automatically up-casing anything, but simply refraining from down-casing the titles?
Feb
11
revised How to get BibLaTeX-chicago use title case capitalization?
added 16 characters in body
Feb
11
asked How to get BibLaTeX-chicago use title case capitalization?
Feb
6
comment First full title, then short title in \autocite: biblatex-chicago authordate with entrysubtype={classical}
Massive thanks! Exactly what I was looking for!
Feb
6
accepted First full title, then short title in \autocite: biblatex-chicago authordate with entrysubtype={classical}
Feb
5
comment natbib: modifying citation style for particular source type, while others remain default
Good to know, thanks!
Feb
5
revised First full title, then short title in \autocite: biblatex-chicago authordate with entrysubtype={classical}
added 273 characters in body; edited title
Feb
5
comment First full title, then short title in \autocite: biblatex-chicago authordate with entrysubtype={classical}
That's true, I just thought this clumsy way would perhaps be an easier way of solving it. But I guess it probably really is wiser to alter the first/subsequent behaviour of \autocite, which is why I've edited by question once again..
Feb
5
revised First full title, then short title in \autocite: biblatex-chicago authordate with entrysubtype={classical}
added 273 characters in body; edited title
Feb
5
comment First full title, then short title in \autocite: biblatex-chicago authordate with entrysubtype={classical}
My idea was to use \autocite for first citations and \autocite* for follow-up citations, mainly because using \autocite for follow-ups drops the title altogether (which I don't want either), while \autocite* does everything it should. So my question then does not really refer to follow-up citations, but primarily hopes to change the behaviour of \autocite while leaving \autocite* the way it currently is... does that make sense?
Feb
5
revised First full title, then short title in \autocite: biblatex-chicago authordate with entrysubtype={classical}
Rephrased question and title to (hopefully) remove ambiguities.
Feb
5
comment First full title, then short title in \autocite: biblatex-chicago authordate with entrysubtype={classical}
@lockstep: thank you for your comment, you are quite right about that. I have tried to rephrase both the question body and title, hopefully that helped.
Feb
5
revised First full title, then short title in \autocite: biblatex-chicago authordate with entrysubtype={classical}
Rephrased question and title to (hopefully) remove ambiguities.
Feb
5
asked First full title, then short title in \autocite: biblatex-chicago authordate with entrysubtype={classical}