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comment How to split the bibliography alphabetically?
@sudosensei You need to use the bibencoding setting if you want to mix your tex and bib encodings. Refer to "specifying encodings" in the manual.
Mar
5
comment Sorting citations using \cites command in biblatex
@user4514 That error resolves after you run biber the first time. To avoid it entirely replace the biber-specific code with \ifcsundef{blx@slists@\the\c@refsection @entry@\blx@sorting}{}{\global\letcs{\cbx@sortkeys}{blx@slists@\the\c@refsection @entry@\blx@sorting}}.
Feb
27
comment How to switch conjunction from “and” to “or” when using many bibkeys in textcite?
@moewe Just go with \newrobustcmd*{\textciteor}{\AtNextCite{\useor}\textcite}. BTW: Thanks a bunch for your posts here.
Feb
26
comment biblatex: Tighter integration of \textcite “in the flow of text”
@math It is possible, but you wouldn't re-define \textcite that way - probably something like \AtNextCite{<swap and string with or string>}\textcite. This comment trail is long enough, so please ask a new question.
Feb
26
comment How to split the bibliography alphabetically?
@sudosensei (a) I can't see how you could get that error with biber, especially a newer version. (b) Make use of the usera field in your bib file and in the hook put, \iffieldundef{usera}{\addtocategory{\thefield{sortinit}}{\thefield{entrykey}}}{‌​\addtocategory{\thefield{usera}}{\thefield{entrykey}}}}.
Feb
25
comment How to split the bibliography alphabetically?
@sudosensei Use biber or override the sortinit value with another field - say usera = {A}. sortinit will be changing with new (biber-only) features and its construction under BibTeX could use some improvement. So I won't get around to making this answer more comprehensive till those changes are released.