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reviewed No Action Needed How can I see two tex-files in TeXstudio simultaneously?
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reviewed Close non-printing characters in the OpenType layout of LuaLaTeX
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comment How to change bibliography locale in pandoc?
Oh, sorry, I have an old version of pandoc here :P... Not every pandoc question is off-topic because many of them deal with latex packages and such, but not this one. I meant to close it only because it's strictly related to pandoc-citeproc...
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comment How to change bibliography locale in pandoc?
You can add a default-locale="pl-PL" attribute to the style tag, even if there isn't one. BTW I don't think -V lang=pl-PL works, I think you should use -V lang=polish instead. Do you agree your question is not TeX-related? Should we close it?
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comment How to change bibliography locale in pandoc?
pandoc does not call bibtex or biber to process bibliographies, it always relies on pandoc-citeproc and csl styles to do that. If my suggestion solves your problem, I think it's not TeX-related but exclusively related to pandoc and that you could get more help at pandoc-discuss.
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comment How to change bibliography locale in pandoc?
many citation styles (in github.com/citation-style-language/styles) have hardcoded english locale (within the style tag, with the default-locale attribute as well as in style-specific locale tags). I tend to copy the styles and adjust them accordingly (something like the chicago-fullnote-bibliography-fr style). You can always rely on biblatex for that, but you would have to create a .tex file and compile it by yourself.
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comment Citing vital records using tufte-book & natbib
The edit solved your problem? Why don't you add it as an answer instead? As it is, it's unclear what you're asking: I don't see the point in loading natbib and biblatex, for instance. I would suggest enriching your bib entry with more fields, perhaps using a @misc entry type (or maybe @manuscript from the biblatex-manuscripts style/package).
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comment How should I cite a reference from another document?
Welcome to TeX.SX! Please add a minimal working example (MWE) that illustrates your problem. Reproducing the problem and finding out what the issue is will be much easier when we see compilable code, starting with \documentclass{...} and ending with \end{document}.
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reviewed Leave Open problem with polyglossia and setmainlanguage
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reviewed Close How do i `\tag` a subequations environment as a whole?
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comment Customize biblatex citations
See tex.stackexchange.com/a/68875/5872
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reviewed Close How do I stop \usepackage{graphicx} pushing my whole document down?
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reviewed Approve Aligning numbered elements with custom spacing
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answered Specific type for Bibliography
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comment Specific type for Bibliography
Take a look at the philosophy-modern style of the biblatex-philosophy bundle (§2.2 of the manual)
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answered Biblatex: Change order of fields (note+pages) for inproceedings/incollection