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Mar
31
comment Global bibliography - and multiple
+1 for segments. Do you need the \makeatletter stuff? I seem to be getting perfectly satisfactory results without it.
Mar
31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Subcaption with Beamer
Mar
28
comment Cite Command with a Customised Field for Biblatex
Could be. I assumed your style was as posted. I can't look now but I'll see if I can track down the issue tomorrow. Incidentally you should use \addbibresource not bibliography too.
Mar
28
comment Cite Command with a Customised Field for Biblatex
None! How mysterious. Is it always the same entries that do this?
Mar
28
answered Cite Command with a Customised Field for Biblatex
Mar
28
comment Biblatex Custom Cite Command with \citefield
I can't find your new question; so far as begentry is concerned, I'm afraid I'm stumped: as I say it's a standard macro. I'd be rather surprised if you didn't have it -- but your version is very out of date and you should update.
Mar
28
comment Biblatex Custom Cite Command with \citefield
That's very odd because it's a standard macro called by every driver! I'm afraid I have to rush to a meeting, but if you continue to have problems perhaps we can pick it up later. Pro tem you could probably just delete that line.
Mar
28
comment Biblatex Custom Cite Command with \citefield
I don't think so. All the fields are accessible once you are in the loop stage of the code. They are inaccessible at the prenote and postnote stage, IIRC, which can be a problem, but not in this case. Calling \usedriver{...} in the loop is idiomatic.
Mar
28
comment Biblatex Custom Cite Command with \citefield
Not necessarily, it's a matter of taste. My own practice is generally to define drivers whenever the main "job" is to produce a fully formatted citation; but it's largely a matter of style. The code will be essentially the same in either case.
Mar
28
revised Biblatex Custom Cite Command with \citefield
Expanded and changed in light of comment.
Mar
28
comment Biblatex Custom Cite Command with \citefield
In that case, if what you want is an author/title scheme, use an author/title scheme! Besides the standard ones, you might look at dw-biblatex, which may be suitable for your use. Much better to use something fully worked out than "roll your own".
Mar
28
answered Biblatex Custom Cite Command with \citefield
Mar
27
comment How do I include a .bbx file in my .tex file?
You can use a biblatex.cfg file. See page s 3.2.1 of the biblatex documentation.
Mar
27
comment Change the order of the address and publisher in Biblatex
What biblatex style do you use?
Mar
26
comment page numbers in bibliography not correctly printed if list contains {pp. 12-34} in bib file
I'm not sure what the escaped \{\} are doing: by the time biber does these replacements its already looking at the data within bibtex braces, so you don't need to duplicate those
Mar
26
comment page numbers in bibliography not correctly printed if list contains {pp. 12-34} in bib file
@Chris H Thanks. That looks much more confusing so I'm sure it's better! Feel free to edit that in to the answer, or not, as you wish.
Mar
26
reviewed Close Force placement of pairs of figures on even and odd page
Mar
26
answered page numbers in bibliography not correctly printed if list contains {pp. 12-34} in bib file
Mar
24
awarded  Custodian
Mar
24
reviewed Looks Good Bold math in the title of an article