[NTG-context] bibliography: alignment of first hanging lines in publications list, hyphenation

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Wed Jan 28 10:00:38 CET 2015

On 1/28/2015 8:42 AM, Jörg Weger wrote:
> Attached are a MWE using plain APA and the corresponding BibTeX file.
> (Don’t mind the mistakes regarding series/volumes, I got that working in
> my personal setup that overrides plain APA.)
> APA style defaults with hanging indents in the publications list.
> The respectively hanging first lines of each entry in the publications
> list are not properly aligned on the left. (The indented lines are). I
> would like all of those first lines to start on the very left of the
> textfield.
> If I use \hyphenation to prevent e.g. names from being hyphenated those
> words might be driven into the right margin.
> Hanging punctuation doesn’t seem to work as well.
> Is there anything that can be done about that? Or how can the
> justification be switched to flush left/ragged right with hanging
> indents on the left?


just the settings of descriptions

> Greetings Jörg
> PS: And by the way, “\placebtxrendering[criterium=all]” is not working
> anymore. I think I had it working before to place all entries from the
> BibTeX file into the publications list regardless of their actual
> appearance in the text as citations–which was a good way to test only
> the publications list’s layout.


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