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Jan
3
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...
Jan
3
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?
Jan
3
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.
Jan
3
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.
Dec
30
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).
Dec
24
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}.
Dec
22
comment Customize biblatex citations
See tex.stackexchange.com/a/68875/5872
Dec
19
comment Specific type for Bibliography
Take a look at the philosophy-modern style of the biblatex-philosophy bundle (§2.2 of the manual)
Dec
18
comment \bibentry producing dashes for authors with custom bst
See tex.stackexchange.com/a/71227/5872
Aug
26
comment Chapter thumb to work with Legrand Orange Book Template
Joe, I think you should try to rephrase your question as well as to provide a really minimal MWE: there still are several packages unrelated to your issue, which also is not clear (wasn't Gonzalo Medina's previous answer enough? shouldn't you develop that previous question instead of opening a new one?) BTW I can't help you with this, but if you make your question clearer I'm sure you'll get answered.
Aug
25
comment Chapter thumb to work with Legrand Orange Book Template
Please, try to minimize your example code according to the guidelines to provide a minimal working example (MWE).
Aug
23
comment Modifying agsm.bst package bibliography output
I just did it again here with no errors. What I've done is: 1. I copied the diff and put it in an agsm-url.diff file; 2. I copied the agsm.bst locally with a cp `kpsewhich agsm.bst` agsm-url.bst; 3. I patched the new agsm-url.bst file with the diff file mentioned before with patch agsm-url.bst < agsm-url.diff; 4. I copied the MWE and compiled it perfectly.
Aug
20
comment Headings in endnote
Does this help?
Aug
19
comment Ensuring Pandoc will capitalise 'ibid' nested at the beginning of a footnote
Try, instead of a footnote, a citation block: you'd have to drop the brackets in the citations and separate them by a semicolon somewhere (reflecting biblatex's usage), but pandoc will put everything in an \autocites with the proper pre- and post-notes. E.g.: [Here is some discursive text that could go in a pre-note: @citekey1; but here is some more text followed by another citation that should be in the same footnote. LaTeX won't allow nested citations of course, so we need to use a footnote: @citekey2.]
Aug
19
comment Customizing harvard bibliography style apsr
It's probably a problem with old auxiliary files (.aux, .bbl, etc). Make sure to clean them before compilation. I added an answer with all the suggestions above.
Aug
18
comment Table width wider than textwidth in threeparttable environment
@Nick, sorry for taking so long to answer. I used adjustbox because the table was too wide to fit a page, that's why the fonts got smaller --- and i took that from the answer you linked. Anyway, Mico's answer is much more complete.
Aug
18
comment Any command from KOMA-Script to set part title and partnumber in one line?
esdd's answer already addresses that. you should accept that over mine.
Aug
18
comment Aligning the cell contents to the middle of the cell while using multicolumn
Welcome to TeX.SX! Please help us help you and 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}
Aug
14
comment Customizing harvard bibliography style apsr
Actually you must give the file another name according to the license header, and then you just need to change the \bibliographystyle call to reflect that.
Aug
14
comment Compile Error: KOMA-script (scrextend) 'Command \setfootnoterule already defined'; Package clash?
You should try one the first two answers to tex.stackexchange.com/q/35933/5872 (from which the question you mention is a duplicate) to achieve the desired effect without needing scrextend