I use \footcite and \endnote for my note (I copied the related part only).

\documentclass[report, 10.5pt, a4paper, oneside, openany, dvipdfmx]{jsarticle}

A Sentence 1 \footcite[25]{Lancaster2008}.
A Sentence 2 \footcite[10]{Lancaster2008}.



It gives me like this for the first citation:

Carol Lancaster, Foreign Aid: Diplomacy, Development, Domestic Politics (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008), 25.

However, since I also have a bibliography part, what I want to have in the note section is:

Lancaster, Foreign Aid: Diplomacy, Development, Domestic Politics, 10.
Wright, ‘How Foreign Aid Can Foster Democratization’.
Bermeo, ‘Myths of Moderation’, 554-557.

Author (family) name, title, and page number (if specified) is what I want (more details are here).

I think this is the same as what we can get for the second citation. Is there any way to get this from the first time citation?

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    The package has a short option that you may use: "This option means that your text will only use the short note form, even in the first citation of a particular work." See p. 61 in version 0.9.9g (beta) of the manual. – jon Jan 15 '16 at 6:39

Add "short" option (I greatly thank @jon's suggestion).


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