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capitalize author name citation in biblatex [duplicate]

I'm using biblatex and defined own bibliography and citation style. One thing I can not achieve is to capitalize all letters of authors' names while citing Current: Wehrbein et al. [1] Expected: ...
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New versions of biblatex & biber - any changes to subfile commands? [duplicate]

After updating Biber and Biblatex to the latest versions with Tex Live Utility (Mac OS) LaTEX no longer produced any bibliography output. This was likely due to the name formatting changes in Biblatex ...
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Bold name and year in bibliography don't work with TeXstudio [duplicate]

I would like the name and year in my bibliography to be bold. For this I used the following LaTeX code: \usepackage[backend=bibtex, natbib=true, citestyle=numeric, style=numeric, sorting=nty]{...
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Smallcaps in text and author index with biblatex 3.4 and biber 2.4 [duplicate]

After updating my TeXLive 2015 recently, now including Biber 2.4 and Biblatex 3.4, I'm unable to get smallcaps for authors' names in text, footnotes and in the authors' index. When I revert to Biber 2....
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MacTex 2016 Math Mode Errors [duplicate]

Hi I just installed MacTex 2016 and suddenly Latex shows a lot of errors when compiling (I am using pdflatex). The errors that I get look like this: Latex Error: ./untitled.tex:429 Missing $ ...
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Smallcaps and Ubuntu 16 update [duplicate]

The following solution, provided here: Yet another bibliography style question does not work anymore. Only the DI part of the author name appears in smallcaps (while it needs to be all in smallcaps). ...
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Guidelines for customizing biblatex styles

Suppose I've just made the switch to biblatex. I have chosen one of the built-in styles (numeric, alphabetic, authoryear, authortitle, verbose) or of the custom styles available at CTAN, and I've ...
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Make one author's name bold every time it shows up in the bibliography

I'm working on a CV. I'd like to highlight my name in every entry in the bibliography. I've tried simply replacing {myname} with {\bf myname} or {{\bf myname}}, but they fail with various errors, ...
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Make specific author bold using biblatex

I am writing my CV in LaTeX. I am using biblatex and want my name (and only my name) to be bold for every reference. Is there a magic way to do this? A similar question Make one author's name ...
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Author name of \textcite as possessive

When using biblatex I often use \textcite. Sometimes I want to write things like "Smith's (2000) formulation of x is" instead of "Smith (2000) formulates x as". How do I achieve this? Or more ...
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How do I customize the \footcite command in the Historische-Zeitschrift style?

I am trying to customise the \footcite command of the Historische-Zeitschrift Style so that I can use a special citation-type. Here's what I need: When I have a bibliographic entry with something ...
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How to reverse name and first name?

With biblatex and verbose-trad2 style, I would like to reverse the order of the last name and the first name for inline references. The default behavior is: John DOE, Title, place : publisher, ...
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Recent alternatives to the historian package

The historian reference style is almost exactly what I need, but it's causing a lot of errors and seems to be kind of outdated. Are there any recommended recent alternatives? I need footnote ...
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Changing default \citet font in biblatex

I'm using biblatex to manage my citation in a natbib style : \usepackage[style=alphabetic,maxnames=6,natbib=true]{biblatex} However when I use the \citet command, the author's name is in a \textsc ...
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Macro for formatting names (initials or full name)

I want to write full names of authors in the LaTeX source, but assign different roles to them, and then via macro decide whether to print the full first name or just initials: In the work of \artist{...

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