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It looks like you're using either XeLaTeX or LuaLaTeX, right? If so, and if your TeX distribution is reasonably modern, the following two instructions should get you going on most systems, including a Linux system: \usepackage{fontspec} \setmainfont{XITS}


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There are a lot of fonts based on the original Times Roman. On Linux run fc-list | grep Times | grep ".otf" or fc-list | grep Times | grep ".ttf" for a TrueType version. If you do not get any output then you do not have a ttf or otf variant of Times installed. If you get an output then it will list the symbolic name of the font. On my system: ...


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I solved the problem. When the two monitors have two very different resolutions for example 1280x1024 and 1200x1920 then the clickable menus do not appear on both monitors. However when I switched resolutions to 1680x1050 and 1200x1920, then the problem was fixed.


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To my opinion, dspdfviewer is currently the best choice to be used with latex beamer and notes on a second screen under linux. It covers all features requested by the initial question. I tested it and it works very well, even with different resolutions. Many thanks to Danny Edel.


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Here's how to use a font with various weights you find online. I've used Source Code Pro as suggested by this comment under the question I linked to in the original post. Download the font You should get a zip file with a load of TTF and/or OTF files. If OTF exists, use these for everything that follows (here's why). I got my font from SourceForge here. ...


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Assuming you want serif fonts, since sans are already covered by the other question, you might like: Baskervald ADF Venturis ADF Something else from the font catalogue Although these are LaTeX packages, many of these are available in opentype format so can be easily used with fontspec. Note that the font catalogue does not always show all of the fonts in ...


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TeXstudio does not save any temporary copies of your file. There is an option Advanced Editor -> Special Options -> Auto Save All Files. When activated, this callsFile -> Save All` in regular intervals. However, this function is deactivated by default, because it saves and thus overwrites your original file. Since a user should be aware of this ...



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