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I heard that it's possible to do this with natbib but I am using biblatex with biber backend but I already have my bib file ready. Is there any way to do this with biblatex?enter image description here

Pic related red underline is how I want it to work.

marked as duplicate by moewe biblatex Feb 10 '18 at 23:39

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You could achieve something similar with a verbose biblatex style. In your preamble, add

\usepackage[style=verbose]{biblatex}

or, if you want your bibliography to stay the way it looks now (however that is), use

\usepackage[%
    citestyle=verbose,
    bibstyle=examplestyle
]{biblatex}

where examplestyle is replaced by the style of your choice.

Thanks to moewe for the corrections in the comments.

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    It should be citestyle=verbose without the dash. citestyle=verbose, style=authoryear would just be style=authoryear since style sets both citestyle and bibstyle. Since verbose uses an authoryear layout of the bibliography, (bib)style=authoryear makes little sense combined with verbose. – moewe Jan 28 '18 at 16:49
  • Right. The authoryear was just an example, albeit a bad one, since it doesn't change anything in this case. I will do the necessary corrections. Thx for the input. – thymaro Jan 28 '18 at 17:01

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