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citeproc-lua for individual CSL style? Need help on setup

It seems that styles that are not built-in can be referenced by their filename without extension. So copy the file universitatsmedizin-gottingen.csl to the directory with your TeX file, and then you ...
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Why is the underscore OK inside of a `\cite` command?

Using _ for typesetting text is not allowed, because it has a special role in math formulas. It's much similar to the fact that \alpha in normal text raises errors (except in LuaTeX, but it's a ...
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Citation Style Language vs. biblatex (vs. possibly other "citing-systems"?)

I'm the creator of CSL, which I originally created for very simple reasons: While I used LaTeX, I work in a field which requires Word-compatible files; LaTeX not accepted. I saw no reason why such ...
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Citation style with quotation marks and question about understanding special page numberings

This style is exactly the one used by APS (American Physical Society) journals. As you perhaps don't want to switch to the whole RevTeX stuff, you could use the derived Optica's (former OSA for ...
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Citation style with quotation marks and question about understanding special page numberings

The closest citation style in BibTeX that I could find is the "IEEE Transactions" style (\bibliographystyle{ieeetr}), actually containing quotation marks: This style still does not exactly ...
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Cite author in paper text in tfnlm bibliography style

After checking the template on Overleaf, I do not think Taylor & Francis considered this possibility or prepared any implementation for it. \citeauthor{}, as suggested by user187803, does not work ...
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Cite author in paper text in tfnlm bibliography style

Often you can use \citeauthor, but it might not work with your tfnlm style. Here is an example with abbrvnat. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[numbers,sort&compress]{natbib} \bibpunct[, ]{[}{]}...
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Modify \cite to [Number](Author+Year)

In the code that you are using (probably from Is there a package that allows a citation style of [Author, year] [number]?) the brackets are implicitly added by \cite via its wrapper command. This is ...
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Specify prefix within the source in a citation

biblatex's cite commands have up to two optional arguments \autocite{<keys>} \autocite[<post>]{<keys>} \autocite[<pre>][<post>]{<keys>} If only one optional ...
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Problem with \cite{ F9 in VIM

Verifying a vim-latex install with F9 is not the best idea as this relies on your vim having been built with python, and a bib file to be found, as your vimrc shows you are using an additional ...
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How to highlight a citation

A \parbox nested in a \colorbox is enough: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{xcolor} \usepackage[style=authoryear ]{biblatex} \addbibresource{\jobname.bib} \begin{document} \nocite{*} \section{...
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How to create new citation style that is not included in Biblatex?

I looked at https://www.saa.org/publications/latin-american-antiquity. The Style Guide states the following. To alleviate software incompatibilities and related digital problems, authors using ...
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Specify prefix within the source in a citation

You can define a new command like this: \newcommand{\citewp}[1]{\cite[vgl.][]{#1}}: \documentclass{article} \RequirePackage{filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{\jobname.bib} @article{einstein, ...
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Surname of author which I am citing starts with a small letter, but it's at the beginning of the sentence - how to make it capitalized?

If you use Biblatex then there is a command \Textcite (with capital T) that forces the first letter of a name prefix to be in upper case. This requires the package option useprefix=true to display the ...
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Changing the format of \citeauthor postnote

It would be easily possible to change the delimiters just for citeauthor (that's what the context sensitive delimiter interface is for), but since you also need to change field formats (which are not ...
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citeproc-lua for individual CSL style? Need help on setup

A bug report is always welcome at https://github.com/zepinglee/citeproc-lua/issues. It would be appreciated if you provide the full example that reproduce the errors. From the output log, I can only ...
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Different citation style for footnotes and bibliography

With bibentry you can only get the bibliography item exactly as it appears in the bibliography, so generally there is no way to slightly change the formatting between citations and bibliography. ...
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How to use variables in cite

Doing \edef\CitePointer{\ExecuteMetaData[\jobname-tags.tex]{tag:citekey}} doesn't define \CitePointer to the string you'd like to. Indeed, if I add \show\CitePointer after that instruction I get > ...
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APA style bibtex citations show up wrong/don't work

bibtotoc is not an option biblatex recognises. So \RequirePackage[ % Use the newest backend: biber backend=biber, % Use alphabetic style style=apa, % Add an entry to the ToC bibtotoc ...
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How to use JabRef for automatic citing in Overleaf

There is a workaround using Dropbox, if you are on an Overleaf Premium Plan. Setup Dropbox Synchronization at Overleaf and synchronize the files to your local PC. Open your local, synchronized .bib ...
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