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The apa6 document class loads the flushend package to balance columns. You can issue a \raggedend command just before the \bibliography{...} command to unbalance the last page. \documentclass[jou,natbib]{apa6} \begin{filecontents}{\jobname.bib} @book{Chomsky1965, address = {Cambridge Mass.}, author = {Noam Chomsky}, publisher = {{MIT} Press}, ...


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There are several issues with your test document: Most importantly, place the \bibliography directive not in the preamble, but inside the document environment, where you want the formatted bibliography to be typeset. Usually, this is toward the end of the document. The jcappub package loads natbib automatically. If you want authoryear-style citation call-...


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I think I had the same problem, so I used the bibliography style file "model5-names.bst" from Elsevier article style. The full zip exists here: http://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/els-cas-templates.zip Once the zip file is extracted. Copy "model5-names.bst" to your latex file directory and add: \bibliographystyle{model5-names....


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There is no natbib option to do this. You can only influence the alphabetic label produced by alpha if you modify (a copy of) alpha.bst directly. (Note that alpha isn't even a natbib style and that natbib supports mainly numeric and author-year citations, but not alphabetic styles. It probably works well enough if you don't try to use \citet or \citeauthor ...


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Here might be a solution for those of you receiving similar warnings and errors even though you've uploaded a correct bbl file (as comments to the accepted answer suggests). I got similar errors and warnings, but I've uploaded the correct bbl file as requested by arXiv. However, I was getting a lot of warning messages for references and they all were ...


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I had to change iosart2x.cls. I added at the beginning of the file : \RequirePackage{hyperref} Everythings work fine after. It seems that on my TexLive config (Macos), hyperref is not properly loaded (but i don't know why)


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The template runs only on TexLive instead of MikTex. I tried it on MacBook pro and it compiled normally.


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I would like to suggest that you replace \usepackage[hyphens]{url} with \usepackage{xurl}. That way, line breaks can occur anywhere in URL strings rather than just at hyphenation characters. I would also break up the note field into two separate fields, with the URL string moving to a newly-created howpublished field. \documentclass{article} % or some other ...


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A workaround is to cite the frametitle reference also in the text before the first text reference. Of course the reference should not be visible in the text, it should be a 'phantom' reference. LaTeX has a command for this: \vphantom, which processes the argument (creating the correct number) but not actually adding it to the text. The result of \vphantom (...


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I recently had this same issue, but was unable to use an author-year style, as the journal required their own numeric bst file. Accordingly, I used the below workaround, to allow me to use simple \citet commands. I hope this might prove useful to others in this situation. \usepackage{xifthen} \usepackage{xstring} \usepackage{etoolbox} \usepackage{usebib} \...


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In order to get the numeric-style citation call-outs sorted, you need to load the natbib citation management package with the option sort&compress: \usepackage[sort&compress,<any other options>]{natbib}


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