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The error comes from the line \includegraphics[width=0,15]{logo_fsa.jpg} The main error is that you have used a comma (,) instead of a period (.). Since the optional argument of \includegraphics is a "key=value" list, 15 is taken as a key which has no meaning. Moreover, the value of width must be a length, and 0.15 is not a valid one. So you can either ...


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htlatex is just a shell script which runs LaTeX with special parameters to include needed .4ht files three times and then it run tex4ht and t4ht on resulting .dvi file to get output xml and image files. it can't run any other commands, so you have to run makeindex and bibtex by hand. in your example, glossary and bibliography files generated by your normal ...


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I've just made some improvements to the Asymptote add-on for WinEdt. You can find the latest version (just uploaded) at http://www.winedt.org/Config/menus/Asymptote.php. Simply install it over the old one. Now, what you have to do to have the above code fully compiled and have the final .pdf file, is to click on the "PDFTeXify" button in the toolbar or ...


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Most probably you are missing the XeLaTeX compiler. Install it by running sudo apt-get install texlive-xetex. If you haven't installed texlive at all, run sudo apt-get install texlive. To explain what is the difference: TeXStudio is just an editor (like Kate, Gedit, vim, but optimized for LaTeX). TeXLive is a package containing various compilers (which, ...


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Hitting C-c C-c should just give you a suggestion for the command. Often the suggestion is correct and one hits RET to accept it, but there are times when an extra compilation is need (e.g. when using theorem marks from ntheorem). It such situations you can type L, for example, and TAB-complete to get LaTeX as the command.


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TeX has no problem with memory limits and can print ten million lines or 217,392 pages on my laptop with the following code: \documentclass{book} \usepackage{luatexbase, luacode} \begin{document} \begin{luacode} for i=1,10000000 do tex.print('x','y','z', '\\par') end \end{luacode} tests \end{document} Actually the limit of ten million lines was ...


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Since AUCTeX 11.88 there a new errors and warnings overview (see also http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/185823/31416). To automatically open it after running a TeX engine set the variable TeX-error-overview-open-after-TeX-run to t. To do that, add the following code to your init file: (setq TeX-error-overview-open-after-TeX-run t) Here is how the overview ...



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