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As tohecz suggested, eliminating spaces from the filename solves this problem. Once the file is named appropriately, the code compiles fine: If the problem persisted, the best strategy to start with would be to drop to the command line so that you can compile in NOT non-stop mode. That would hopefully tell you what the error is and/or where it is rather ...

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That file runs fine in my up-to-date TeXLive 2013. However, try \usepackage[crop=off]{auto-pst-pdf} and, by the way, use \usepackage[T1]{fontenc}%%%%% use T1 encoded fonts \usepackage{concmath} \usepackage[euler-digits,euler-hat-accent]{eulervm}

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Step 1: Change Editor Encoding utf-8 that supports unicode characters Close all opened .tex files inside Texmaker and now go to Options-->Configure texmaker-->Editor-->Editor font encoding-->utf-8 Press Ok and restart texmaker to take the encoding into effect. Relevant info for Linux users about ibus-qt package http://xm1math.net/texmaker/download.html ...

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The way to do it to set the thing in preamble of the beamer. Try this: \documentclass{beamer} \setbeamertemplate{bibliography item}[text] %This is the required line \begin{document} \begin{frame}{Introduction} This is the introduction page. \cite{Todman2005} and \cite{Alonzo2009} are the two references. \end{frame} ...

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Considering the default configuration of TeXMaker, the Hotkey for showing the PDF is F7. Unfortunately, version 4.1.1 does not provide any possibilitys to toggle the PDF Viewer by pressing a Hotkey, not even to bind one. So you have to press PDF Viewer in the lower left corner to toggle this view. If you are using TeXStudio, you can press ESC to hide the ...

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In Texmaker, there is no code folding feature for \include it's only available for \part, \chapter, \section,.., \begin{foo} \end{foo}. Place a feature request with clear demo at issue tracker. Note: Use \usetikzlibrary{external} and \tikzsetnextfilename{figure-name} as shown in ...

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At least TeX is smart... an empty document (no resulting content within the document environment) leads to no output pages, as mentioned in your .log: No pages of output. To see whether the installation or setup is fine, consider a less minimal document: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} Test \end{document}

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Made comment into answer which satisfied the OP Options-->Configure Texmaker-->Editor--> Is completion checked on and add .bib extension \addbibresource{biblatex-examples.bib}. Check if you can see .bib file in Structure on left side pane or open the .bib file with Texmaker from File menu.

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Thanks @egreg. So indeed, this is what happened: On OS X I had problems with biber, and also when explicitly specifying bibtex8 as backend, that's why the backend statement was missing. On Linux, bibtex didn't work out correctly. So I added backend=biber, and then you need to re-assign the "bibtex" command in TeXMaker. In Options -> Configure Texmaker, the ...

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I found a description on this webpage. A copy of the syntax described there is provided below for the purpose of completeness: Here is an example of how to define one specific suffix borrowed from the en_US.aff file used by the OpenOffice org spellchecker SFX D Y 4 SFX D y ied [^aeiou]y The first line has 4 fields: Field ----- 1 SFX - ...

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Thanks @johannes-b. So I can use User > User Commands. If you want to use the Wizard to assemble existing commands, one can abuse a predefined extry such as "Asymptote" (which I have never used) to run actually biber %, and leave Bib(la)tex for bibtex %.aux.

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I found what the problem was. Everytime I change the .bib file, I have to change into the .aux file the line that defines the style \bibstyle{moderncv} to \bibstyle{plainyr}. Then I compile the .bib file and then I create the pdf. Everything works fine!

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Matrix style color theme. The screen capture shows what the text will look like under tikz env, regular text, keywords like newcommand, and mathmode. [formats] version=1.0 data\normal\priority=-1 data\normal\bold=false data\normal\italic=false data\normal\overline=false data\normal\underline=false data\normal\strikeout=false data\normal\waveUnderline=false ...

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