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Solution 1 As GoogleDrive does not support (yet) exclude patterns, but does support exclude folders, one option is to dump all output files to a separate folder (in the case of MikTeX you can alternatively specify this for all the output files except the PDF) and make sure that GoogleDrive doesn't sync that folder specifically. (And temporary and ...


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Here is a trick that can be helpful. The idea is to use a .bat file (I am under windows but this is not really important.) Go to Options-> Configure texmaker use the command of pdflatex to build a .bat file here mtpdftex.bat @echo off D:/mtlatex/miktex/bin/pdflatex -interaction=nonstopmode %1 note here that %.tex is replaced with %1 Update: ...


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Install marvosym in your TeX distribution (see How do I update my TeX distribution?) Then add \usepackage{marvosym} to your document preamble. Note the spelling.


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When setting up a LaTex installation it is important that you are consistent with the permissions chosen for both the installation and usage of any portion of the setup. This is especially important for any Windows installation. 1) If you are going to be the only person using LaTeX on this computer and you do not have access to the admin settings, then ...


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The bibliography file (.bib extension, let us use you example bibliography.bib) should be included in the main latex file (let us say it is main.tex) using \bibliography{bibliography} or \addbibresource{bibliography.bib} if you are using biblatex. Then the sequence is called on the main latex file. Thus the sequence is latex main bibtex main latex main ...


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The answer is simply to uncheck "Structure" in the "View" menu.


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In fact, there are two icons in the pdf panel. It is necessary to unlock them in order to get scroll going right with where the cursor is at. See here at the bottom left


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First, the cause of the problem is not that csvreader adds some unexpandable tokens. This can be seen by removing the csvreader code and writting the table directly. The following code gives the same error message: \documentclass[a4paper]{article} \usepackage[english]{babel} %\usepackage[utf8x]{inputenc} \usepackage{color} \usepackage{colortbl} ...


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I did not fully understand what you are trying to achieve, but you can check whether a string contains a letter, similar to this answer. \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \makeatletter \def\instring#1#2{TT\fi\begingroup \edef\x{\endgroup\noexpand\in@{#1}{#2}}\x\ifin@} % \def\isuppercase#1{% \instring{#1}{AÂBCÇDEFGĞHIİÎJKLMNOÖÔPRSŞTUÜÛVYZ}% }% ...


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In my case, the problem was a double space in the name of the tex file. Replacing it with single space solved the problem completely.


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I had the same problem but the .dic files that I used didn't work. Texmaker Error : Can’t open the dictionary To solve this error you need to first install the spell-checker Use: sudo apt-get install myspell-de-de myspell-en-us or use sudo apt-get install myspell-* Then find the dictionary. locate *.aff In my computer there were two directories ...



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