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Improving on Manjunath's answer. For example, I wanted to type disha. Create a temporary document named temp.dn with the following contents \documentclass{article} \usepackage{devanagari} \begin{document} {\dn di"saa} \end{document} Depending on the word you want, try out some mapping from the document below. Save temp.dn ...

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According to the documentation of csquotes, there is no quote style predefined for Russian, and Bulgarian isn't even mentioned among the supported languages there (see table 2). The documentation is not very clear about it: "Quote Styles and Style Variants Defined by Default" could mean that these are just the default values which one is free to change. ...

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I had two similar problems: "Unicode char \u8: " "Unicode char \u8:." (with dot) The problems were related to the .bib file (references list). The first problem was solved based on the \DeclareUnicodeCharacter{00A0}{ } stated by @egreg. The second one was helped by the @Chris H 's answer. I opened the generated file .log and looked for errors. I found: ...

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In LaTeX, Version dates can be declared by: \ProvidesClass{<class name>}[YYYY/MM/DD ...] \ProvidesPackage{<package name>}[YYYY/MM/DD ...] \ProvidesFile{<file name>}[YYYY/MM/DD ...] and LaTeX provides: \@ifclasslater \@ifpackagelater \@iffilelater is missing and both commands can only be used in the preamble. Package ltxcmds closes ...

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The babel language files use \ProvidesFile with some version information argument -- this setup is necessary to use the LaTeX core macro \@ifl@ter to check the file date, if it is applied with the correct extension. It checks the file date, see the definition and the usage in latex.ltx: \def\@ifl@ter#1#2{% \expandafter\@ifl@t@r \csname ...

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What worked for me is unchecking the option "Automatically fill header" under Document-> Settings-> PDF properties. I guess that just helps never loading babel and running into the problems caused by it.

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biblatex will always try to automatically detect the language from the default polyglossia/babel language first. The problem you are seeing is an annoying artefact due to biblatex and polyglossia naming languages differently. I hope in the future that polyglossia and babel can standardise on BCP47 locale names (biber already supports these and maps ...

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I assume the OP has finished his book by now, but I found a solution and thought I'd share it anyway. With the csquotes package, a custom quote style can be declared with \DeclareQuoteStyle. The undesired "In: " can be removed from all citations using \renewbibmacro{in:}{}, and the page numbers can be omitted only for Japanese entries using the following: ...

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The automatic translation is intended as a feature. Since the strings are not directly customizable, like in Word for example, the automatic translation helps the user without having to translate it yourself each time. Of course, these strings can be changed. In order to customize it, I loaded titlesec and also babel to help. Chương is now in full ...

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The correct way as documented in /usr/share/doc/tex-common/TeX-on-Debian.* (Section 2.4.3) is to add new fmtutil.cnf file in either TEXMFLOCAL/web2c or TEXMFSYSCONFIG/web2c, that is either /usr/local/share/texmf/web2c/ or /etc/texmf/web2c/ containing the new or updated format definitions. Files should not be put into /etc/texmf/fmtutil.cnf/ anymore.

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Adding % !TEX encoding = UTF-8 Unicode at the beginning of your document. It works for me.

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