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Instead of preprocessing the files yourself you can also use Bibtool, which allows to extract single entries from a .bib file (among many other things). You can call Bibtool from within LaTeX using \write18 to save an entry to a temporary file and then use \lstinputlisting on that file. Note that this requires compiling with -shell-escape. Bibtool does some ...


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Reconstructing the bib-file from the bbl is not really possible as biber does a number of preprocessing you can't revert on the LaTeX side. So I would use the listings package to include the bib-file verbatim. A part of the file can be selected either by line numbers or --- if the line numbers are not stable enough --- you can use range markers as described ...


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The choice of class, packages, options and command usage and settings will affect how (and if) you can do things -- so you still have to make a choice in that space. For example, handling urls via custom coding instead of letting apa7 take care of it, if you are constrained to use some other class. Independently of those matters, and after some testing, and ...


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This is a bug in the biblatex standard styles that was reported about a week ago. It will be fixed in the upcoming release. See https://github.com/plk/biblatex/issues/1149 (and https://github.com/moewew/biblatex-ext/issues/22) for details. If you need a solution now, the following MWE contains the fixed definition of related:default that will be in biblatex ...


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The chapter is printed by the bibmacro chapter+pages, so you just need to move this bibmacro in the definition of the relevant bibliography drivers (@inbook, @incollection and @inproceedings for consistency). The definitions of those drivers can be found in ext-standard.bbx. \documentclass{scrartcl} \usepackage[main=ngerman, english]{babel} \usepackage[babel,...


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One need to remove \bibstyle{numeric} and run biber after compiling and then compile again. Instructions how to setup TeXmaker can be found at here. \documentclass[a4paper]{article} % this is the preamble \usepackage[style=authoryear, sorting=ynt]{biblatex} % if you want numeric use [style=numeric, sorting=none]. \begin{filecontents}{references.bib} @online{...


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To use bibtex your document should be structured as e.g., assuming your references are in `references.bib: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{bibtex} \begin{document} \bibliographystyle{plain} % Use \cite{...} as needed \bibliography{references} \end{document} Full details at the BibTeX homepage.


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Removing the biber cache files actually did solve the problem (fix confirmed here thanks @ulrike). I initially thought it hadn't worked because I ran "rm -Rf `biber --cache`" in fish not bash and it failed silently because backticks are not executed in fish. Running rm -Rf (biber --cache) in fish solved the problem.


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Sorry problem is solved. I was using lualatex along with fontenc and inputenc. Switching to fontspec solved the issue. Thanks for your help.


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This appears to be a Biber bug that should be fixed in the upcoming release 2.17 of Biber. See https://github.com/plk/biber/issues/377.


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You should have language = {en_US}, The underscore should not be escaped in that field. Also the colon in the URL shouldn't be escaped. The braces in the title field seem wrong. The capitalization of titles should be left to the bibliographic style and only words that must keep capitalization should be braced.


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If you only need the citation author list to be unique within the same year, then you want uniquelist=minyear: Disambiguate the labelname list only if the truncated list is identical to another one with the same labelyear. This mode of operation is useful for author-year styles and requires labeldateparts=true.


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Recently I have found that Pandoc can be used to spell check bibliographies. (I got this idea after reading this post.) Using the latest version of Pandoc (2.14 as of this writing), the following command will produce the file bibliography.txt which can be easily spell checked: pandoc -f biblatex bibliography.bib -s --citeproc -t plain -o bibliography.txt I ...


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with lualatex this here should work: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[colorlinks]{hyperref} \usepackage{biblatex} \DeclareFieldFormat{url}{% \mkbibacro{URL}\addcolon\space \href{#1}{\nolinkurl{\thefield{urlraw}}}} \DeclareFieldFormat{citeurl}{% \href{#1}{\nolinkurl{\thefield{urlraw}}}} \addbibresource{test.bib} \begin{document} \cite{...


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Here is my settings. You missed "env": {} Also, next time post Latex Compiler Log "latex-workshop.latex.tools": [ { "name": "pdflatex", "command": "pdflatex", "args": [ "-synctex=1", "-interaction=nonstopmode", "-file-...


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To add to the existing answers. For bibtex-2.16 a minimal configuration: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <!-- Got the date from https://gist.githubusercontent.com/mkouhia/f00fea7fc8d4effd9dfd/raw/500e9dbc6aa43a47e39c45ba230738ff4544709f/biblatex-to-bibtex.conf --> <config> <output_fieldcase>lower</...


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VS code isn't by default set up to run biber when necessary. I will walk you through the modifications you need to make: Press Ctrl+Shift+P, and type "Settings". Then select "Preferences: Open Settings (JSON)". This should open your settings.json file. Scroll down to the end of the file. On the last line with text, add a comma to the ...


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