biblatex do not list crossreferences automatically when I split the list through categorization

biblatex do not list crossreferences automatically when I split the list through categorization

Post by Daniel Ros » Tue, 28 Dec 2010 07:06:09


Listing the bibliography through categorization (and may be the same as to other ways of listing, like segments or sections) does not permit cross-referenced entries in the file.bib to appear automatically (I expected them in the same category the child entry was), they appear only when cited and declared explicitly in the category. Annoying.

Daniel
 
 
 

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