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I've personally found the following to work just fine for me: { "cmd": ["pdflatex", "\$file"] } Here's an explanation as requested. This is the build file code that I use in Sublime Text 3 (this works fine in ST2 as well) to compile my LaTeX (I use MikTex). If you go to Tools -> Build System -> New Build System you can use what I have to build your .tex ...

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Why not just use a tabularx environment: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tabularx} \begin{document} \hfill\begin{tabularx}{0.5\textwidth}{c} Nota de aceptación:\\ \hspace*{0.5\textwidth}\\\hline \\\hline \\\hline \\\hline \\\hline \\\hline \\\hline \\\hline \\\hline \\\hline \\\hline \\\hline ...

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You should use a tabular: \documentclass{article} \newcommand{\signatures}{% \begin{flushright} \begin{tabular}{@{}c@{}} \makebox[.5\textwidth]{\rule{0pt}{1cm}\hrulefill} \\[1ex] % this sets the width \hrulefill \\[1ex] \hrulefill \\[1ex] \hrulefill \\[1ex] \hrulefill \\[1ex] \hrulefill \\[1ex] \hrulefill \\[1ex] \hrulefill \\[1ex] ...

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Solution for the macro just in case someone else should have this problem, I also want to post my solution to avoid this error in my macro \ABeschr: Sources How to check if a macro value is empty or will not create text with plain TeX conditionals? Code \newcommand{\ABeschr}[4]{\begin{minipage}{2cm} \Variable{#1}\newline \Einheit{#2} \tiny ...

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The behaviour here is formally 'undefined': you've not supplied a value so anything could happen. I currently don't test for an empty value, only some internal tests to avoid out-and-out disaster, for example infinite loops. However, that should not be relied on one way or the other. As to where the value comes form: table-format is (currently) parsed by ...

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