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Hello I had the same problem and found a suitable and easy solution. With kpsewhich -var-value=TEXMFHOME find your personal tex home directory, where you would put your own .cls files. On my Ubuntu with texlive 2013 it will show "~/texmf" which can lead to a misunderstandung. Check it again with: kpsepath -n latex tex which will show all folders ...


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Created C:\Local TeX Files. Put zipped fonts distribution in this directory and unzipped there. Click Start → Programs → MiKTeX 2.9 → Maintenance → Settings to open the MiKTeX Options window, Click on the Roots tab. The Roots page shows the list of currently registered root directories. Click Add. In the following dialog box , browse to C:\Local TeX Files ...


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If you install TeXLive via the MacTeX distribution, you essentially get everything, and you should not have to install anything separately. This is different from the way MacPorts works, since it uses the TeXLive distribution divisions. The MacTeX maintainers chose not to distribute MacTeX in this way, which in the long run makes life simpler: you have a ...


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You might also want to check out Cassiopeia for MacOSX (http://www.advanced-science.com/ProductsCassiopeia.html). It allows you to write your thesis comfortably without having to tinker around with LaTeX tags and finally generates LaTeX automatically when it comes to printing. This gives you both, a very efficient scientific word processing solution and ...


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You can't fix it without using TeXLive instead of the Debian/Ubuntu packages. Deb/Ub strip out the tlmgr since it can create conflicts with apt, their own package manager (apt cannot know what tlmgr has updated; Deb/Ub have files distributed amongst a different array of packages to texlive, etc). You can install anything new you want in a local texmf ...


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Might be a little late for becko but i just found http://www.latex-community.org/home/news/46-news-latex-distributions/470-texlive-windows-copy a transplantation-tool. Testing it right now. BR


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You need a minimal tex distribution. Then you can unzip the pgfplots .tds zip into the "local texmf" directory (linux: ~/texmf, windows also has it somewhere) and then run texhash. Keep in mind that you also need PGF (which can also be installed into a local texmf tree).


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In file beamerfontthememetropolis.sty from the theme, change the line \setsansfont[BoldFont={Fira Sans}]{Fira Sans Light} to \setsansfont[BoldFont={Fira Sans},ItalicFont={Fira Sans Light Italic}]{Fira Sans Light} I don't know why luaLaTeX need to specify the italic font explicitly, because XeLaTex compiles the demo file without any problem on my ...



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