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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


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


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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