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See the image below. It shows the Configure Options for Quick Build. You can use personal commands and I'm sure that the shortcut for Quick Build is F1. Go to Options menu and configure it. Another image (maybe other version). Note the commands separated by |.


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The first step of debugging externalized tikzpictures is to make sure they work without externalization. Your example shows several errors when I comment out all externalization-related code: the end of every \draw, \node, \path, etc. needs a semi-colon and the first \draw line had a typo, the node name is in1 not inl. Also, I updated your code to use ...


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A bit of self promotion: my commenting package may be relevant to your needs. It does not offer automation in the sense that you still need to mark your changes using macros. However it allows you to mark changes / put comments per-author and has a simple interface to specify dates and exclude comments/marks before/after a certain date. An example of usage: ...


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git is clearly the best option. If you're reluctant to get there, why don't you at least define commands? Something along the lines of: \newcommand{\changes1215}[1]{\color{red}#1} Then, for today's changes: \newcommand{\changes1215}[1]{#1} \newcommand{\changes1230}[1]{\color{red}#1} That way you don't have to track down the previous changes at least, ...


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Found a script called LatexDiff that will compare two latex documents and create a 3rd showing the differences between them. Not quite automated but better than doing it manually. It is a bit tricky to get working, though.


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If I'm not mistaken, \input only copy/paste the content in the file, while \include compile the dedicated file and the temp files, amongst which the aux doesn't need to be regenerated if nothing in that part has changed. However, The error message tells you it is not able to create the folder. See also this topic: latexmk -outdir with \include So, create ...


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To start, at least with TeX Live you can run texdoc IEEE in your OS prompt to obtain: Otherwise, you can dowload the PDF from texdoc.net. As the paper explain, it is assumed that the reader has at least a basic working knowledge of LaTeX. See also How to Use the IEEEtran BIBTEX Style.



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