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CMakeOutput.log Because the file is so long, I thought it would be better to just take pictures, the formatting is better too.

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There are several errors here. First: a path for windows 64 bit has to look like c:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.9\doc\bibtex\apalike\apalike.doc and not yours path="C/program Files/MiKTeX 2.9\doc/bibitex/apalike/apalike.doc. you missed : and mixed \ and /. In LaTeX it could be that the path is printed with the linux path delimiter /. But if there is a mixing ...

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For some reason the file locations like: C:\Users\YourName\AppData\Local\MiKTeX\..... was getting set to "read only" automatically during installation (in my system). I did the following and it worked. Temporarily disable the Antivirus (McAfee) Manually open the folder C:\Users\YourName\AppData\Local\MiKTeX\... Then right click, go to properties and ...

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there is a line Output written on thesis.pdf (14 pages, 126299 bytes). about 25 lines from the end that reports the successful completion of the latex process. the failure here is in the attempt to process the bibliography with bibtex. this failure has short-circuited the "extended" compile procedure defined by miktex. (this contradicts your statement that ...

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Launch "MiKTeX Options (Admin)" and check if "Install missing packages on-the-fly" is set to Yes When you compile your document, MiKTeX will ask you to grant admin rights, answer Yes and your missing packages will install automatically.

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Solution: Click "Refresh FNDB" (accessible in Miktex settings/options. Tab General) Presumeably, between using the other latex file and the new one, I renamed a folder when setting up bibliography synchronization with Mendeley Desktop, and forgot to refresh the FNDB.

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Apparently there are numerous feasible solutions. Of course, the best solution is the one with which you are most comfortable. Following is my preferred approach for processing files LaTex files on Windows. Edit with emacs. This is well supported on Windows. Emacs is smart and context sensitive. Initiating the compile command with Ctl C, Ctl C invokes ...

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I had the same error message. My system: OS: Windows 7 64 Bit MikTex: 2.9.5987 64 Bit Net Installer Installation: Started Net Installer Downloaded Complete MikTex Saved in local directory on a desktop folder Restarted Net Installer Install Complete MikTex from local directory on desktop folder in C:\Program Files\MikTex2.9\ Here comes the error ...

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I had the same problem, too. My system is Microsoft Windows 7, 64bits. I have tried to 1) download MikTeX from another repository, 2) reinstall it several times, 3) install 32bits version, 4) close all programs before installing in order to gain some memory etc, but the this problem persisted. Finally, I solved it as follows: 1) I installed the basic ...

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ygoth is a type1 (pfb) font but your miktex seems not to find it. Normally this means that the map file has not been activated correctly. Try if it works if you run on the command line updmap You can also load the map-file manually in your document: \documentclass[11pt]{article} \pdfmapfile{=gothict1.map} \begin{document} \font\test=ygoth \test abc \...

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I don't know of a way to solve 1, Matlab knows how to write to latex, but it is not a typesetting software. However, 2 is possible and quite easy. You could use latexTable to convert your data to a table: A = rand(4,5); A(1,:) = A(1,:)*200; A(3,:) = A(3,:)*10; input.data = A; input.dataFormat = {'%.2f'}; latext = latexTable(input); in latext you now have ...

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I had pretty much the same problem but solved it differently than the other answers here. I had been trying to get a program that interfaces with LaTeX to work. In the process I changed the environment variable TEXINPUTS to point to a directory. After doing that I was unable to use pdflatex to compile anything. Unsetting the variable made it start working ...

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A similar yet a little bit different way than Alessandro Jacopson's answer is the following: Use the miktex setting (user and/or admin) program installed with the basic MikTex distribution to set "Install missing packages on-the-fly" to "Ask me first". Create a miktex local repository as in Alessandro Jacopson's answer, i.e., create a folder with ...

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What you did is correct. For me there's just a small problem with your code: the apa style requires a \DeclareLanguageMapping declaration. Also, you should load csquotes. So add these lines to your preamble: \usepackage[english]{babel} \DeclareLanguageMapping{english}{english-apa} \usepackage{csquotes}

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By default, WinEdt uses the PDF viewer which is associated with .pdf files. Surely you have .pdf files associated with Maxthon browser. I suggest you to install the free SumatraPDF reader which works as a charm together with WinEdt. Install the 64-bit version if you have WinEdt 64-bit, otherwise install the 32-bit version. If you want to set SumatraPDF as ...

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The bblopts.cfg from arabi is in tex\latex. You put your version in tex\generic. Now latex doesn't search first the local texmf tree and then the main tree but follows a sort of zig-zag path (see http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/79983/2388). This means that when the \InputIfFileExists is processed miktex finds first the bblopts.cfg from arabi and so tries to ...

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Finally, I figured it out with the help of this answer. The complete steps to configure arara in TeXstudio on Windows are as follows: 1- Download and install arara source file from Github 2- If you let arara be installed in the default directory (i.e. C:\Program Files (x86)\arara), create arara configuration file araraconfig.yaml in the same directory and ...

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Apparently it's a MikTeX bug. As a workaround, try \usepackage[noconfigs,british]{babel} The option noconfigs does what its name suggests.

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If you want to use another biblatex/biber version than the official (older or newer) you can do it like this: Get a biblatex.tds.tgz from here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/biblatex/files/?source=navbar. Unpack the tgz somewhere outside miktex and attach the root folder as a new root in miktex settings. This will make it easy to remove it later: you ...

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At the moment it seems like the answer is there is no way, since Xindy doesn’t use kpathsea. In 2014 I posted a feature request at SourceForge and it is assigned to the 2.6 mile stone (current ist v2.3). So th easiest way to “install” is to copy the style file in the project folder.

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Rule of thumb: Do not bother about layout of a journal unless you are the graphic designer the journal hired to take care of the layout. Just use the template the journal provides. Or look out for a journal with a layout you like. Thhe following piece of code is for academic purpose only, and it is not advised to be used in a real document. \...

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the contents of the bibliography as shown are in the format of a .bbl file, which is the output when a .bib file is run through bibtex. two approaches are possible: wrap \begin{thebibliography} ... \end{thebibliography} around this code and insert it into your tex file in place of \bibliography{example} reconstruct the .bib file in the required format and ...

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