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A basic installation of MiKTeX means that only a part of the complete MiKTeX Distribution is installed. If you need more there is an automatic way, that MiKTeX installs needed missing packages by its own (You have to activate this while installation). Of course you need then a running internet connection to get the missing packages loaded. That is the ...

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We can only guess what have you got on your computer. There are at least two methods that should help. Find All programs -> MikTeX 2.9 -> Maintenance (Admin) -> Settings -> General -> Reresh FNDB. Copy xcolor.sty to the working path. The first one is more general, but if you quickly need only a few packages to use, the second method may be a temporary ...

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How to put .sty and .cls Files where TexShop will find them: Personalised sty files are stored in ~/Library/texmf/tex/latex. The folder ~Library is a hidden folder. In Finder, click on your home folder in the Finder directory tree on the left hand panel of the Finder. Next, the hidden folders then need to be made visible. This is done from a terminal. The ...

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I create below two small examples separated by three dots. You can change the line width similarly to the color with the command line width such as \draw [color=red, line width=0.5mm] (0,0)--(1,1). MWE \begin{tikzpicture} \tikzstyle{every node}=[draw, circle, fill=black, inner sep=0pt,minimum size=3pt] \draw (0,4) node(6){} -- (2,3) node(5){} -- (2,1) ...

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My problem was that I had two installations of MikTeX on my system (for whatever reason I don't know). Simply deleting one of them solved the problem.

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