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I had the same problem and in my case I had to give a new path /usr/share/hunspell/en_US.dic to the dictionary since /usr/share/hyphen/hyph_en_GB.dic was non existent (on my ubuntu 14.04).

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The magic number is 91=64+27: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{subcaption} \usepackage{graphicx} \newlength{\preferredwidth} \setlength{\preferredwidth}{12cm} \begin{document} \begin{figure} \centering \begin{subfigure}{\dimexpr\preferredwidth*64/91} \includegraphics[width=\linewidth]{example-image-4x3} \caption{Ratio 4:3 landscape} \end{subfigure}% ...

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\documentclass{article}% always use a complete document not a fragment \usepackage{graphicx} \begin{document} \begin{figure}[htp]% include p % \begin{minipage}{\textwidth} a \textwidth minipage does nothing \centering%\begin{center} % mwe package images \sbox0{\includegraphics[height=4cm]{example-image-a}% no word space ...

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The checkbox (Use a ‘build’ subdirectory for output files) in Texmaker adds the '–output-directory=build# parameter to the PdfLaTeX command. As you want to use the same for LuaLaTeX you could try to add '-output-directory=build' manually to the LuaLaTeX command.

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There is a configuration file for TeXmaker called 'texmaker.ini'. It can be found in the installation directory of your TeXmaker. I do not know if you could simply add the settings above, but maybe you'll find the corresponding settings in the existing file.

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The problem is that the question you refer to is intended for TeXstudio http://texstudio.sourceforge.net/, not for TeXmaker. TeXstudio is a fork of TeXmaker which offers some extra functionality, but in essence is very similar to TeXmaker. If you want to change the theme easily according to the referred question, install TeXstudio and the proposed solutions ...

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One way to do this is to switch to Texmaker's fork TeXstudio which has got this feature built-in. http://texstudio.sourceforge.net/

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Sorry for opening an old issue, but the above did not work for me. What worked for me was to "Refresh FNDB" from MiKTeX Options (Start -> MiKTeX 2.9 -> Maintenance -> Settings). Note also that a warning box popped up after clicking Settings, which goes away after refreshing FNDB.

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I found it out now after several tests. I have the following file for all bibliography stuff: \renewcommand{\bibname} {C Literaturverzeichnis} \bibliographystyle{alphadin} \bibliography{bibtex/entries} \addcontentsline{toc}{section}{\bibname} And I had the same issue like you. Everything is working and the bibliography and literature is correctly ...

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I solved this problem in latex version of Texmaker by putting a ".tex" extension on the filename, which texmaker doesn't seem to do automatically with "Save As." So I had "document.v2" as a filename and it gave me this same error, but "document.v2.tex" resolved it.

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It seems that your input source file is in UTF16 or UTF32. The UTF32 file includes (byte per byte): zero zero zero \ zero zero zero d zero zero zero o zero zero zero c ... TeX interprets \ zero as a control sequence with single character (ASCII-zero) and this control sequence (reported by TeX as \^^@ in log file) is not defined. Use only ASCII or ...

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The only working idea was to install current TeXLive from tug.org and last stable Texmaker version to another PC. And also to uninstall LaTeX and completely clean this PC and then install TeXLive and Texmaker.

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Using the document above (and replacing the class by scrbook for lazyness) I compile by hand on a Linux terminal this way (one can glue the several commands with a ; of course in bash): pdflatex TesisDeGrado.tex makeglossaries TesisDeGrado makeindex -s TesisDeGrado.ist -o TesisDeGrado.glo TesisDeGrado.gls pdflatex TesisDeGrado.tex This ...

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The astron style worked for me.

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You seem to have a MiKTeX distribution. Add the --enable-write18 option to pdflatex options by opening the Options menu, Configure TeXmaker submenu. You'll get this pop-up window:

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