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You can just choose the 'user' option in 'Quick Build' and open the wizard to select the sequence you want. Just select in the left hand list and press the arrow to the right. You should choose PdfLaTeX, then BibTeX, and the PdfLaTeX twice. Accept and you'll have something like this automatically: pdflatex -synctex=1 -interaction=nonstopmode % | bitex % | ...

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To perform an inverse search you can "ctrl+click" on the PDF preview or right click and then clik on "click to jump to the line": As @egreg points out, such information are easily found the user manual: If you add the -synctex=1 option to the pdflatex command, the built-in pdf viewer will jump directly to the position in the PDF file that ...

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In TeXmaker you can add the \$...\$ using Ctrl + Shift + M for an equation in the middle of the text, or Ctrl + Shift + N for an numbered displayed equation (inserts the equation environment. You can check this and all the default shortcuts in Options>Configure TeXmaker and in the window the fourth window: Shortcuts is where you can edit them. But if you ...

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The above mentioned link may not be sufficiciently detailed. So here are some more information. First you create a local TeXMF directory, say C:\LocalTeXMF and declare it to your MiKTeX system through MiKTeX Settings (as administrator), Root tab, Add button: In that directory, put you class/style files in a directory of their own, respecting the TeX ...

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I experienced this as well, I had success using TIS-620

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In Texmaker's settings, the BibTeX command reads "/usr/texbin/bibtex" % .aux but it should be "/usr/texbin/bibtex" %.aux without the space between % and .aux.

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However, whenever I compile I get the error that Texmaker "could not start the command" for pdflatex. What could be the issue here? You should compile document before you can see it. You just click "View PDF" (for instance), but before you should compile by clicking "Quick build" on menu bar (or press F1).

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You can directly edit the page number in the toolbar: There's also a page overview, which can be activated via the context menu of the embedded viewer (if the viewer is windowed also via the menu of the viewer window):

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I just found out that texmaker for mac supports forward/inverse search directly. For forward search, you can go to your texmaker's preferences, in shortcuts menu, find the shortcut corresponds to VIEW PDF. Mine is F7, but yours might be different. After a double check, I found out that one need to quickly build twice, before you can make the forward ...

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The basic reason is surely that \$ is the TeX primitive for entering and leaving math-mode. Indeed, the definition of \( is \relax \ifmmode \@badmath \else \$\fi That is, \( inserts a \$ is we are not in math-mode and otherwise gives an error. The definition of \) is slightly more complicated but it essentially inserts a \$ too (the complication is that \) ...

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