You already feature the option "hidemenu", which removes the "left part" of the following illustration, where the grouping can be selected:
Would it be much effort to add/implement a second option called "hideyears", which implies hidemenu but on top of that also eliminates all the years? That would be *really* great. :)
The use case is using your service for in-text citations -- rather than using it to show lists of reasonable lengths. I already have many use cases, all of which are primarily motivated by webdesign in a scientific context (rather than the standard use-case of showing lists of publications from an author, institution or event like a conference. I sometimes do want to cite a *single* paper in-text just as a "reference". Having the year-navigation on top (which even is clickable to fold everything in!) is just very odd, it doesn't look good. For this use-case it's just not reasonable.
I hope it will be implemented! :) Maybe that way the tool would be used even more -- in exactly such contexts. :) To give one example, workshops webpages might want to mention a single paper sometimes, or any scientific "report" could use citations in-text where the paper is mentioned. (That's of course already possible, it just looks a bit weird with that navigation if there's just one paper or maybe two.)
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