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How to cite tweets?

I just wanted to share this script I made for this specific purpose: https://github.com/Vulwsztyn/tweet-2-bibtex
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How to use verbatim code in the bib file?

I would do it this way: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{biblatex} \usepackage{minted} \addbibresource{main.bib} \begin{document} \nocite{*} \printbibliography \end{document} where main.bib @...
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How to use verbatim code in the bib file?

It works to move the code in to a separate file and then input that file in \printbibliography: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{biblatex} \addbibresource{main.bib} \usepackage{minted} \setminted{...
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"please (re)run biber on the file" in VS code?

in my case I just wrote this in settings.json "latex-workshop.latex.tools": [ { "name": "xelatex", "command": "xelatex"...
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Uppercase & abbreviation dot in a field - string manipulation

As discussed in the comments (and in particular in https://github.com/plk/biblatex/issues/295 and linked issues) an actual solution is not going to be easy and I didn't have time (and probably won't ...
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Changing parentheses in footnote-dw

With a current version of biblatex-dw (I tried v1.7b from 2023-03-11) redefining the field format cite:seenote as shown in the question \DeclareFieldFormat{cite:seenote}{\mkbibbrackets{#1}} works ...
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avoid using the information in the "Extra" section of Zotero

solved by adding this to preamble to suppress the note section \AtEveryBibitem{% \clearfield{note}% }
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Uppercase & abbreviation dot in a field - string manipulation

I found a solution with expl3 (of which I'm not at all an expert). Below the wme: \begin{filecontents}[overwrite]{\jobname.bib} @customa{test, author = {Author}, nameaddon = {nameaddoN}, %...
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biblatex, biber and comments in bib files

You can use latex comments with % and even without this symbol, and simply use: interesting Although in this case biber will warn that you left "11 characters of junk seen at toplevel", ...
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biblatex, biber and comments in bib files

One shouldn't use @-style comments like this: @Comment interesting @ is reserved to identify database entries (like article, book, ...). Instead, use the default %-style: %Comment interesting
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biblatex > How to add the word "[Online]" (or something similar) to be printed within the references (e.g. Misc type)

This might work: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[style=authoryear]{biblatex} \renewbibmacro*{url+urldate}{% \printtext[online]{% [Online]\addspace \printfield{url}% \iffieldundef{...
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Multiple citations of the same reference, each time with a different page number

Combining ideas from Customize backref similar to Wikipedia and Citation Page Numbers in Bibliography I'd like to suggest \documentclass[british]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{babel} \...
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Biblatex-chicago style - parencite or similar option?

I believe that using \parencites[]{}[]{} can solve the issue.
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BibLatex: Context-aware parentheses around citation year

Generally speaking, biblatex cannot track brackets that were added directly (with ( and )) "outside" of text it typesets itself. In your use cases it appears to me that automatic bracket ...
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How to not abbreviate an entry in biblatex with only a last name from Zotero export

As Ulrike Fischer wrote in the comments, author = {The MathWorks Inc.}, is simply not acceptable input here if you don't want the name to be treated like the name of a person that is split into family ...
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Square brackets in natbib style author-year citations using biblatex

This needs a bit of fiddling with standard biblatex, but is extremely easy with biblatex-ext and its cite delimiters feature (§5.3 Delimiters for citation commands in the biblatex-ext documentation [...
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Exclamation point inside brackets in bib entry prevents period

biblatex's punctuation tracker ignores brackets, so the [sic!] at the end is treated more or less like sic!, so the title ends with the exclamation mark, which means that biblatex avoids the double ...
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How do I get rid of "pp." when referencing in Harvard with biblatex?

The classic way to remove "p."/"pp." from citation postnotes is by redefining the relevant field formats. \documentclass[british]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{...
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How to divide a bibliography and use \nocite{*}?

Actually, the problem came from the cross-references because some labels had changed. I had to rerun biber and xelatex, despite a three-times compilation at first,to print the whole bibfile. I can use ...
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How do I get rid of "pp." when referencing in Harvard with biblatex?

You can redefine the labels for whichever language(s) you need. For example, \DefineBibliographyStrings{english}{% page = {}, pages = {}, } Either add ...
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\newrefsegment prints title of bib file

\newrefsegement does not take any argument (as opposed to \newrefsection).
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Exclamation point inside brackets in bib entry prevents period

I suggest you replace [sic!] with [sic\mbox{!}]. This lets you "smuggle" the exclamation mark past biber's parser. :-) \documentclass{article} \begin{filecontents}[overwrite]{\jobname.bib} ...
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How to divide a bibliography and use \nocite{*}?

You can just use a single \nocite{*} command in your document and the keyword sorting will split the references as you desire: \documentclass{article} \begin{filecontents*}[overwrite]{\jobname.bib} @...
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In Table environment: biblatex repeated citations in footnotes that point back to earlier footnotes

The solution in biblatex repeated citations in footnotes that point back to earlier footnotes relies on citation tracking, which is disabled in floats like tables by default, because they are ...
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biblatex: change the \finalnamedelim for a single entry

You can use the package option autolang=other, together with an appropriate langid field in the relevant .bib entry to switch the complete language of an entry including strings like "and". ...
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\footfullcite not changing font size with new version of LaTeX

You can avoid the problem by using the moloch theme instead of metropolis. It is an updated fork of metropolis which fixes a lot of problems: \documentclass{beamer} \usetheme{moloch}% modern fork of ...
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