This should be a no-brainer but I haven't seen an example anywhere:


with bibpunct like



(Riley, 2004, 253-256)

I need to output

(Riley, 2004:253-256)

Does \bibpunct support custom page separators?


You can use the optional argument of \bibpunct to change the character (and spacing) preceding the post-note; in your case, you can use


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