My problem is as follows: I composed my thesis using the thesis template provided by Matthias Pospiech (http://www.matthiaspospiech.de/latex/vorlagen/) He used the
biblatex package for bibliographies.
OK, now I had a look at the specifications of my faculty regarding styles and co. And according to these guidelines I have to use parentheses for the citations in the text, e.g.,
(42) rather then brackets, e.g.,
Now that all my writing is done I want to make as little changes as possible. I thought about using
Good news is: It works and all my references are now cited in parentheses. However, I'd like to know if this is some kind of quick'n'dirty hack and if there is a more elegant way to get parentheses (for the next time...).