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Jul
23
comment Manual citation of specific references with biblatex-chicago
Perfect! That solved it. Thanks!
Jul
22
comment Manual citation of specific references with biblatex-chicago
Thank you! This is great. For the purposes of ibid tracking (when there is no Shorthand), it seemed preferable to include \mancite as well, so that I don't end up with a confusing "ibid." coming next. I get the desired result by writing \blindcite{...}\mancite, but it doesn't work when I try to fold it into the command declaration, as in \DeclareCiteCommand{\blindcite}{\unspace\mancite}{}{}{}. Is there a simple way to do this?
Jul
22
accepted Manual citation of specific references with biblatex-chicago
Jul
22
comment How to multicite volumes style-independently
Is there any way to remove the repeated printing of the reference to the multivolume work? In the above example, what I'm looking for its for foonote 4 to read: "See Knuth, Computers & Typesetting, vol. A, p. 10; vol. B, pp. 10–15; vol. C."
Jul
21
asked Manual citation of specific references with biblatex-chicago
Feb
4
awarded  Teacher
Feb
4
answered Biblatex-chicago @incollection: showing the volume field for articles in multivolume work
Jan
31
comment Biblatex-chicago @incollection: showing the volume field for articles in multivolume work
Thanks, @moewe, for looking into it -- and I'm glad you agree that it seems like a bug. I've written to the author, so we'll see what he says.
Jan
30
comment Biblatex-chicago @incollection: showing the volume field for articles in multivolume work
biblatex-chicago.pdf, p.84: "Please also note that the combination of shorthand, reprinttitle, and/or userf fields with shortened cross references may produce unexpected results, at least as biblatex-chicago-authordate currently stands. I advise caution before doing so." I'm not using authordate, but could this nevertheless explain the problem, since I am using xref and shorthand at the same time? It used to work so well, with only a few minor quirks (my original question in this post was about one of these quirks, namely a problem with how the volume field was treated).
Jan
30
comment Biblatex-chicago @incollection: showing the volume field for articles in multivolume work
Now that I have updated to 2013, my version is also 0.9.9d (beta). As I have continued to work, I have noticed that in this new version, it consistently renders my bibtex entries which make use of the xref field incorrectly. Reading through the new documentation (biblatex-chicago.pdf §10, p.127), I am wondering if this new problem is due to changes made to the package (which have the result of not using the xrefed entry's Title field as the @incollection's Booktitle). I have played around with the two new options booklongxref and longcrossref, with no success so far.
Jan
29
revised Biblatex-chicago @incollection: showing the volume field for articles in multivolume work
added a new MWE compiled under TeXLive 2013
Jan
28
awarded  Editor
Jan
28
revised Biblatex-chicago @incollection: showing the volume field for articles in multivolume work
added MWE
Jan
28
comment Biblatex-chicago @incollection: showing the volume field for articles in multivolume work
Sorry for the dumb question, but how can I check what version of biblatex-chicago I'm using? In any case, that may well be the problem, since I haven't yet updated to TeXLive 2013. (I hesitate because almost everything is working so well, so I'm afraid to change things, but I should probably move on.) Meanwhile, I've put together a full MWE, in case that is of help (I'll post it in a moment).
Jan
27
answered Include data from LibreOffice Calc or MS Excel
Jan
27
asked Biblatex-chicago @incollection: showing the volume field for articles in multivolume work
Jan
25
comment footnote boolean: how to check whether currently in a footnote
Thanks! It worked perfectly.
Jan
25
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Jan
25
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Jan
25
accepted footnote boolean: how to check whether currently in a footnote