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I am writing a paper and trying to cite an article by Friðriksdóttir. If I remove the icelandic character from the name, it compiles correctly. What can I do so that it can compile correctly and the name of this author is not written incorrectly. I include the top of the article and the error as photos to help.

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When the icelandic character is not in but the package is still in existance, the compiler tries to go over every citation asking for something I don't quite understand enter image description here

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    don't use OT1 encoding, add \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} Jan 4 at 14:42
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    for the second error try deleting bblopts.cfg, texlive has this in the doc tree (texmf-dist/doc/latex/arabi/bblopts.cfg) so it only affects the one manual it is intended for but miktex seems to have it in the main input tree. Otherwise provide a real test file for that and provide the error message as text not an image, but a new question as it isn't releated to the icelandic name. Jan 4 at 15:30

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