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In addition to inserting the missing \\ line break instruction, you should contemplate undertaking the following steps: Implement fully the suggestions @egreg made with regard to your earlier posting, inluding the use of array instead of tabular and the use of macros rather than hard-coded letters for "True" and "False". (Do also think hard why you're ...


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Perhaps you wish the table to be automatically filled in? Update adds code for 1ex vertical skip every four rows thing. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{booktabs} \usepackage{xintexpr} \newcommand\T{\textrm{T}} % "true" \newcommand\F{\textrm{F}} % "false" \newcommand\TF[1]{\if1#1\T\else\F\fi} \begin{document} \begin{table}[h] \centering ...


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The issue is that \begin{itemize} ... \end{itemize} is not a line of text, so you cannot put \\ after it. The environments stand alone, so they will always be placed after a paragraph and before another one. It means, that the \\ you use after #4 is causing the error. Also you do not need \\ at the end of your macro, if you are using \vspace{\parsep}. ...


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Well I am unable to comment on pdmadscience's comment. I just wanted to extend his response here. I had the same issue as the original poster and adding the pdflatex command (like pdmadscience suggested) fixed the issue. In the TexStudio documentation, they also add a few switches so that the full command looks like this: "C:\Program Files\MiKTeX ...


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As far as I can see, the cause of the original error message was the auto option, which seems to be incompatible with the way currents are typeset in circuitikz. I ran into the same problem and had to debug for quite some time before I found out that the culprit was a \tikzset{auto} that I had in the file header, that I needed for a number of other tikz ...


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I figured out the issue. I had an old hard drive with a version of LaTeX installed on it, so when the compiler ran it was calling packages from the old copy- resulting in an endless loop of sorts. Deleting any and all LaTeX files from the hard drive, plus a clear install on the new one, resulted in all the problems being solved. In hindsight I should have ...



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