I am a newcomer to the world of LaTeX. After searching around on the net to see what others might think, I have installed
Tex Live 2012 and
TeXstudio 2.5.2. I understand that now I have to setup my system somehow to display things properly, every time I compile my documents.
I have downloaded some examples, that actually compile and I can see the end result. The thing is that I would like to use the integrated Windows fonts (like Cambria or Calibri).
I have read somewhere that to do this I would need to use XeTeX, as it is able of Unicode Formatting(?, not sure). So the guide was mentioning that I would need to navigate to
Tools > User > User Commands > Edit User Commands and make a new command named
XeTeX that I could then use in
Options > Configure TeXstudio.
The problem is that this submenu is not there! I navigate to
Tools > User and nothing appears. Is that a bug or am I doing something wrong?
This suggestion for Cambria and Calibri use is here , paragraph 5. I am under Windows 7 x64 and I have installed everything in folders without spaces in their names. (I saw somewhere it really mattered!)
EDIT: I have also installed version 2.5.1 and the latest SVN version (I don't know the difference :) ), but the menu is also not visible.
OK, I'm pretty embarrassed... I found the user manual and there it is stated that User Commands are built from
Options > Configure TeXstudio > Build > Add user command. When I navigate there, a window pops up with 2 columns, that you can
add stuff. I guess it's something of a visual way to make macros instead of writing them. Is there a way to write them, then?