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There were several problems: Some source code character problem in your \usepackage text. The caption text was delimited by " You used a ] instead of a } to close the parameter list of lstlisting. The following works: \documentclass[10pt]{article} \usepackage{geometry} \topmargin=15pt \oddsidemargin=60pt \textwidth=340pt \textheight=545pt ...


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In TeXMaker, choose Options -> Configure TeXMaker -> Editor. The following windows will appear In the textbox named "Spelling dictionary" you can find the name of the file containing the dictionary you are using. Open this file in TeXMaker (or in any text editor) and add the words you like. Note that you must respect the alphanumeric ordering.


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A priori, the only incompatibility between WinEdt and TeXmaker, would com from an old version of WinEdt ($<7$) because of utf8 encoding. If so, your advisor should update WinEdt to last version (9). However, it may happen he/she has not all the packages you load installed on his system. Also, it is known that breqnmay have conflicts with other math ...


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Try Gummi, the lightweight and very efficient alternative to Texmaker. It can do the automatic compilation as described. If you are on Ubuntu, Gummi is included in the official repository, so just do apt-get install gummi. Another option is to use the online (and collaborative) editor Overleaf, which can also do auto compilation but a bit slower.


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In TeXMaker, go to Options -> Configure TeXmaker Uncheck 'Use a "Build" subdirectory for output files' and you're done.


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Using TeXmaker's (any other IDE's shortcut keys) will not speed up the basic compilation process. However here are a few items for you. 1) If you are in the midst of just editing text then I suggest that you just use F6 then F7 to compile and view pdf OR use F2 then F3 for compile and view of dvi. Caution: The exact placement of items on the page may ...


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You are defineing the columns as \begin{tabular}{p{13cm} r}. Define instead these with the help of array package \usepackage{array} \newcolumntype{L}{@{}>{\raggedright\arraybackslash}p{0.65\linewidth}} \newcolumntype{R}{>{\raggedleft\arraybackslash}p{\dimexpr0.35\linewidth-2\tabcolsep\relax}@{}} Then use them like \begin{tabular}{LR} Sample code: ...


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You can do that with tabularx. I also used enumitem to insert itemìze environments, with simplifies your code (less rows) and gives more control on the vertical spacing: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[cm]{fullpage} \usepackage[demo]{graphicx} \usepackage{multirow, array, tabularx} \usepackage{color} \usepackage{enumitem} \setlist[itemize]{wide=0pt, ...



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