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Just click on the link to untitled.log to open the logfile inside TextMate:


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I think the best weapon is a good text editor, and a little knowledge on your part on how to use it. TextMate, for instance, has tab triggers. So I can type begin + Tab, and it automatically creates begin and end, and allows me to type out the environment. That already takes care of a lot, lot of errors. Similarly with bracket mismatches, in many situations ...


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You are looking at a parsed version of the log: TextMate filters only warnings and errors from the log but hides all of the other stuff. If you want to view the whole log file, you just need to open untitled.log in your example. The file name will be [file name of main tex file].log, i. e. instead of .tex its file extension is .log.)


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I had similar problem and wanted to go through all pairs, but I got lost in the middle. l.129 \input{chap_models/main. I suspect you have forgotten a }', causing me.. so I wrote small script in python: https://github.com/sacherus/latex_tools/blob/master/para_parser.py main_simple.tex: \begin{document} Lorem ipsum. Don't bother %{}} Don't bother2 \{ \...


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If you want to compile more options, for example: pdflatex #or latex bibtex glosstex makeindex #or more you can write a Makefile with content: ###################Makefile########### NOMBRE_LATEX = TeXiS FICHEROS_GLOSARIO = acronimos.gdf pdflatex: pdflatex $(NOMBRE_LATEX) -bibtex $(NOMBRE_LATEX) -glosstex $(NOMBRE_LATEX) $(FICHEROS_GLOSARIO) ...


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OK, following up on Barbara Beeton's comment -- it's just a matter of introducing white space between the standard text and the \begin{quote} and \end{quote}. conversation is actually foundational for meaning. It looks as though Ogden and Richards have already been all over this point, and so I'll cede the floor to them.\footnote{\url{https://en.wikipedia....



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