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Re: org-cite: how to include a cite with no key?

From: Bruce D'Arcus
Subject: Re: org-cite: how to include a cite with no key?
Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2021 09:50:03 -0400

On Tue, Jul 20, 2021 at 8:50 AM Denis Maier <denismaier@mailbox.org> wrote:

> > Certainly in the CSL world, this has never been supported, and I don't
> > ever recall it ever coming up (though I'm sure someone on the Zotero
> > forum raised it at some point)
> I'm pretty sure I've brought that up at some point :-)


> FWIW, Biblatex knows a similar command \mancite.
> Use cases:
> Beyond personal communication, which I personally have never used, there
> are disciplines (classics, theology, religious studies) that refer to
> some classical works (Bible, Quran, etc.) with certain well-known
> abbrevations. Usually those works don't appear in the bibliography.

The cases here a little different though.

This is basically work so well-known in a field that they are omitted
from the bibliography.

Effectively, the opposite of "nocite"; so "nobib"?

The example of personal communications that John raised is a little different.

I still think it's either a citation with a reference, or it's not;
just an in-text note.

> This leads to problems with automatic citations, especially when you also use
> "ibid." and such...
> Bla [cite:@doe].
> Blabla (Gen 1).
> Bla [cite:@doe].
> =>
> Bla (Doe 2020).
> Blabla (Gen 1).
> Bla (ibid.).
> With biblatex you can use \mancite to reset the citation trackers.

Can one workaround this now?

Or if not, by adding a "nobib" style per above at some point?


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