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I am using biblatex with the verbose citation style. In one instance I need to force an abbreviated footnote citation back to the original (long) form. My guess is that I need to reset or override a flag or setting. I only wish to do that for one reference, in one specific location, leaving all other things alone.

TIA Nigel

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    you can use the \fullcite{key} command
    – musicman
    Aug 25, 2014 at 5:58
  • Thank you very much. How do I mark this as answered? I can see no check box or similar next to your answer.
    – Nigel
    Aug 25, 2014 at 6:02

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You always can print full citings with the command \fullcite{key} or \footfullcite{key} for footnotes. It will print the same informations as you will get in the bibliography.

See manual, 3.7.6 Special Commands

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