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Oct
17
comment Biblatex: First citation as full reference and following citations ibid or - when interrupted - short citation
Indeed. What you need is something that behaves like verbose-ibib as suggested by Bernard, but that falls back to authoryear-ibid. I think you should look in both .cbx files to see how they define the cite bibmacro.
Oct
16
comment Biblatex: First citation as full reference and following citations ibid or - when interrupted - short citation
See the authoryear-ibib and the authoryear-icomp styles.
Oct
16
comment Biblatex citation and bibliography misbehaving in Texmaker - help!
Mike, your file compile almost fine here (I get an error in \maketitle, absolutely unrelated to biblatex). Try to run a very simple biblatex example file (like the one in this answer) to check if there's anything wrong with your installation (at first it sounded like biber and biblatex versions didn't match, now it seems you have a broken biblatex installation). Also, try to make your example more minimal as suggested in our MWE guide, it helps a lot in troubleshooting.
Oct
16
comment Biblatex citation and bibliography misbehaving in Texmaker - help!
BTW, sometimes after a failed biber pass, you might need to delete the ...\Temp\par-<hex-encoded-username> directory. See this answer (as well as §4.1 of biber's documentation)
Oct
16
comment Biblatex citation and bibliography misbehaving in Texmaker - help!
Apparently, the version of biblatex and Biber do not match. Try deleting the temporary files (.aux, .bbl etc.); if that does not help, update your distribution. I'd also recommend you to try and create a really minimal working example (MWE), which helps at locating the issue (e.g., your example files don't show how your bib entries are, or how your are calling them.)
Oct
16
answered How to avoid p. after pp. in biblatex?
Oct
16
comment Biblatex citation and bibliography misbehaving in Texmaker - help!
Welcome to TeX.SX! How are you citing? In text citations are supposed to be made via \textcite. There's also an \autocite command, which in authoryear style is of the “(Author, Year)” form. Take a look at the examples from the biblatex documentation.
Oct
16
reviewed Looks OK Which encoding supports this symbol ƒ?
Oct
15
revised Publication list without index in biblatex
improved text addressing issue in the comments
Oct
15
answered Publication list without index in biblatex
Oct
15
comment How to put figures and tables together (in the same page) at the end? And leave some in the text?
Welcome to TeX.SX! You can have a look at our starter guide to familiarize yourself further with our format.
Oct
15
revised How to put figures and tables together (in the same page) at the end? And leave some in the text?
improved formatting, removed thanks note
Oct
15
answered Suppress month in biblatex-apa
Oct
15
answered Improvements on table of contents in classicthesis
Oct
15
comment Improvements on table of contents in classicthesis
@Pouya, classicthesis redefines \chapter in a way that if sets the toc entry (\chapter's optional argument) in \spacedlowsmallcaps, which, among other (typographically beautiful) things, issues \MakeTextLowercase. Try to redefine it to \renewcommand\Chap[2][]{\oldchap[#1]{#2}}
Oct
14
comment Improvements on table of contents in classicthesis
I think classicthesis relies on tocloft for typesetting the table of contents. Perhaps you can customize it. Try to change \cftchapfont, etc. (I really can't try it right now)
Oct
12
comment how can i make the marginpar note have a number like footnote command does
It does not answer the question, but I thought worth mentioning: check the side option of the footmisc package (but it turns all footnotes into marginpars)
Oct
12
revised Special style for commentary citations
markdown format
Oct
12
comment Disabling “glue” and other vertical space adjustment?
Welcome to TeX.SX! See also this very similar question.
Oct
11
answered Biblatex: How to add comment to autocite?