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I am doing a presentation with the beamer class using the metropolis theme. Currently I am using RStudio and compile the file with XeLaTeX. Texmaker is an alternative.

How to make biblatex behave like apacite? - did not work for me. May be I need to compile with more than just 1x XeLaTeX?

I would prefer to use Bibtex with apacite being able to just include a .bib file for \bibliography. However, I read that there exist some conflicts?

- Rerun to get \PageLabels entry
- Citation ... undefined


% various symbols

% bibliographystyle

% Bilbliography
  author = {{Test author}},
  title  = {Test title},
  year   = {2016},
  url    = {http://testurl.com=},

\usetheme[sectionpage = progressbar, numbering = fraction]{metropolis} 

% title preface


% ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

% ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\begin{frame}[allowframebreaks]{Bibliography}%in case more than 1 slide needed

marked as duplicate by user36296, Kurt, Mico, Claudio Fiandrino, Andrew Swann Sep 29 '16 at 15:14

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    Try with the second example from tex.stackexchange.com/questions/23651/…. It works fine with metropolis theme, if compiled with xelatex, biber, xelatex, xelatex – user36296 Sep 29 '16 at 13:27
  • Thanks, it works. I now use Texmaker with a custom "quick build" command compiling xelatex, biber, xelatex, xelatex -> xelatex % | biber % | xelatex % | xelatex % referring to this answer: tex.stackexchange.com/a/154788/104937. RStudio seems to be to to basic for this approach atm. Add it as an answer and I´ll accept it! – pat-s Sep 29 '16 at 14:16