[OS X TeX] hyperref conflict with apacite
Adam R. Maxwell
amaxwell at mac.com
Sat Apr 9 16:13:53 EDT 2005
On Apr 9, 2005, at 12:15, Alan Litchfield wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have just started using hyperref (discovered it in the macros in
> TeXShop ;) and found a conflict with apacite. What happens is that
> when running through the second pass, when LaTeX is trying to make
> the links and format citations, hyperref gets in the way and says
> it won't do it.
> If I change the citation to \nocite, then hyperref runs through its
> processes fine. The problem only occurs when I use \cite,
> \citeyear, etc.
> I realise that natbib will work with hyperref, but I have been
> using apacite for some time on the same set of documents,...
> Anyway, my university says we need to use APA.
> Anyone else come up with this? Is there a suitable work around/fix?
Can you use natbib and apalike? I'm not sure what APA requirements
entail, but I use that combination with hyperref successfully.
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