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If you use package hyperref you will get the inbuild bookmarks of hyperref. If you want to configure the bookmarks you can load package bookmark after hyperref. See texdoc hyperref and texdoc bookmark for more information or search this side ;-) Give the following a try: \usepackage[hypcap=true]{hyperref} % hypcap corrects an error pointing to images ...

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This problem was caused because I'm in a multiuser environment and failed to update the local map files. The problem was solved by running the updmap command from the console.

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You can use the portable xepersian. This is very user frindly and no needs to instalation. The size of it is about !G.

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I don't have problems with setspace and amsart. \documentclass{amsart} \usepackage{setspace,kantlipsum} \begin{document} \singlespacing \kant[1] \onehalfspacing \kant[2] \begin{spacing}{2.5} \kant[3] \end{spacing} \end{document}

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Somehow, the old ghostscript installation is found first while invoking ps2pdf, most likely due to your PATH settings. If you are on Windows, you should update to TeXLive-2014 and uninstall any standalone Ghostscript on your computer. TeXLive-2014 for Windows with updated packages has its own Ghostscript-9.15 installation. You can get the path to the ps2pdf ...

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Add the following lines after of to define case and theorem. \numberwithin{case}{theorem} \renewcommand{\thecase}{\arabic{case}}

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Go to Miktex 2.9 settings and check if you allow "install package on the fly". If not, allow it.

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Why no use \Aboxed command of the package mathtools? inside of an align* environment \documentclass{article} \usepackage{mathtools} \begin{document} \begin{align*} w(t) &= \frac{1}{2}Cv^2(t)\\ \Aboxed{w(t) &= \frac{1}{2}C \frac{q(t)^2}{C^2}}\\ w(t) &= \frac{1}{2}\frac{q(t)^2}{C}\\ w(t) &= \frac{1}{2}Cv^2(t)\\ \end{align*} \end{document}

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I experienced that this problem arrises when a new package is installed and I press 'stop' at the "play/stop" button (to generate a PDF) too soon. When I press too soon the package is not installed correctly and it will not work, giving acces denied. In my case I saved my tex code file in a .txt file and deleted the entire editing program from my program ...

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Thanks to the helps from above, I find a solution for this. Install cm-super package in MiKTeX Start -> MiKTeX folder -> Maintenance (Admin) -> Package Manager (Admin) -> Search cm-super -> Install Update pdftex.map (if it doesn't take effect) Start Task Manager(Ctrl+Alt+Delete) -> File -> New Task (Run...) -> Type "cmd" and hit enter -> Run command ...

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Disable your anti-virus and firewall for a while and try to install the MikTeX again. I'd experienced similar problem before and this actually worked.

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It looks like your TeX-distribution might use bitmap fonts rather than postscript fonts. Postscript letters are somewhat like vector graphics, so they will scale up nicely, whereas bitmap letters can be compared to a raster image that will pixelate when scaled. If you still want to use Computer Modern, you might try the ae-package (optionally in conjunction ...

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The reason is probably that since version 10.9, MacOSX has Charter as a .ttc font, and you can't have it on a Windows system. The charterpackage on CTAN only has type 1 version. But you can use the xcharter package, an extension to charter with oldstyle proportional figures, small caps in all shapes/weights and superior figures. It has all the necessary ...

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There is no problem to use e.g. the main texmf-dist of TexLive with MikTeX: You can simply attach it as a new root. Its packages will then in most case be found first. But I wouldn't merge the two main texmf trees: There are slight differences (e.g. in the placing of the binaries and the scripts) and managing the same tree with two update managers could get ...

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I work on a Network that gets "supported" by IT Folks. The IT Folks silently(secretly) installed a Version of miktex 2.9 on the computer I use, changed paths, Environment variables etc. and neglected to inform me of their support. So my problem and solution are for people who work on Networks with support from an IT department : always verify your Paths, ...

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Had the same issue. For me it worked after I synchronized manually with the repository using the MikTeX Package Manager (Admin) tool and under the Repository menu using the synchronize. Then the issue is resolved and the mathtools package appears under the package list.

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A typical italian preamble may instead be \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[italian]{babel} than followed by any \begin{document} Hello \end{document} (first comment by Ian Thompson is definitely right). ...but I am sure that, by today, you've learnt better than me the difference between ...

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The default units for natheight and natwidth keys are bp (so that it matches the units of an EPS BoundingBox comment). Using \fbox you can see the actual size of the image is much smaller but classic TeX can not see that and uses whatever size you give. If instead you used pdflatex then you could omit the natheight and natwidth keys and let the system ...

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I understand that math can take longer than straight text, due to the many additional considerations that are involved. Including images (other than pdf or mps) format will also increase compile times, because these need to be processed rather than simply dropped into the code. But TeX is a typesetting engine, and while it's Turing-complete, things that ...

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