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Does refcheck work with biblatex?

If not: how do I print all uncited references using biblatex?

Using the MWE from here, I can display all the uncited references.
When I try to do the same using biblatex, refcheck doesn't appear to work. I don't see any error messages when I compile, though. This is my .tex file:


Hello world \cite{foo2012a}.

Which is producing:

No <code>refcheck</code> annotations

I am (hopefully) expecting to see:

what I want to see

How can I make refcheck work with biblatex or how can I achieve the same thing in a different way (display all references that are not cited in my document)?

marked as duplicate by Marco Daniel, Werner, Speravir, Claudio Fiandrino, mafp Apr 23 '13 at 18:29

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  • Isn't it easier to use the other answer given in the question you link, i.e. print unsorted bibliography, then add \nocite{*} and print bibliography again and compare. Might be easier and faster than trying to solve this problem. – Mythio Apr 3 '13 at 10:51
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    refcheck won't work with biblatex, but you could adapt this solution. – mafp Apr 3 '13 at 10:55

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