[OS X TeX] citation in text fail to appear as expected

konstantinos vasilakos konstantinos.vasilakos at gmail.com
Sat May 19 09:46:59 EDT 2012

Ok I will have a look, thanks

On 19 May 2012, at 15:43, David Watson wrote:

> On May 19, 2012, at 8:38 AM, konstantinos vasilakos wrote:
>> Just to conclude, the re-export from Bibesk seems to be necessary every time I add a new \cite{cite-key} in my text.
>> (I do run the cmd-t 2 times, but seems unworthy unless I replace my .bib in the directory).
> It sounds like your original .bib file is not located in the same directory as your .tex file.
> In that case, when you add a new entry and save it, it is being saved in whatever directory your .bib was originally created in.
> You may want to save a current version to the directory with your .tex file, close the .bib file in BibDesk, and then double click on the .bib file in your .tex directory.
> Future updates to that .bib file will be saved in the correct folder, and you won't have to "re-export" the file any longer.
> You WILL have to remember to save your .bib file after you add any entries to your .bib and cite them in your .tex file.
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