Previous reference is in the same footnote

Przemysław K. shared this question 54 days ago
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I'm trying to create a new citation style for my master's thesis, one that is inspired by Polish classic methods of citation. At the moment I have two citations in the footnote on the same page that look like this:

31. E. Marczak-Łukaszewicz, Truszki-Zalesie, stanowisko 1..., s. 231-232.

32. E. Marczak-Łukaszewicz, Truszki-Zalesie, stanowisko 1..., s. 232-233.


But I would like it to show up like this:

31. E. Marczak-Łukaszewicz, Truszki-Zalesie, stanowisko 1..., s. 231-232.

32. Tamże, s. 232-233.


Unfortunately I cannot seem to make it work. I have made a template for "tamże" and set it to:

Consecutive citation (same reference) | Previous reference is in the same footnote | Previous reference is NOT part of a multiple citation


But this way the template does not work at all and the first example is shown.

If I remove "previous reference is in the same footnote", "tamże" template is shown, but it is also applied to similar references that are consecutive, but aren't on the same page! As a result something like this would happen:


15. E. Marczak-Łukaszewicz, Truszki-Zalesie, stanowisko 1..., s. 231-232.

-- end of page--

16. Tamże, s. 232-233.


How can I make it so "tamże" shows up ONLY when the same reference (with different page range) is on the same page?

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Hello Przemyslaw,

Please follow this example making use of these conditions:

  • Consecutive citation (same page of same reference)
  • Previous reference is NOT part of a multiple citation

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Kind regards,

Peter

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Unfortunately this doesn't seem to do the trick. It makes "tamże, s. xxx" appear only when the earlier reference is exactly the same, including page range.


EDIT: I think I found out the correct way to do this. This is kind of contradicting the description of the conditions used but it seems to work for me, so:


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I'm pretty sure the "tamże (no pages)" also needs the "same page in publication as previous", but yeah, this seems to work now.