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A starting point is xelatex format and the polyglossia package. I have downloaded and installed the Scheherazade font and I enclose a result of my efforts. I am sorry if I misspelled the Urdu terms. I haven't tested that but I think that you can wrap your Urdu words and BibTeX/BibLaTeX should processed them, it is worth some experiments. It would be great to ...


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It's simple, Just Go to Options-->Interface Language--> select en for english as shown below


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You have to install Tex Live. Then it can start the command. http://tug.org/texlive/acquire-netinstall.html


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do you actually have \usepackage{amsthm} in your preamble? if amsthm wasn't installed on your system, that would give you an error (a different one) much sooner. since the error is delayed until you try to use a theorem, it sounds like you just forgot to load the package. (a minimum non-working example would have made that sort of error obvious very ...


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I'll be your Answer the Unanswered officer tonight; From the comments, it has been verified that in certain cases, it might happen that in such cases deleting the previous plot files is needed.


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In version 4.1.1, you can right click a word underlined in red and then click "Check Spelling Selection". That will open a dialog box where you need to click "Always Ignore".


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If you mean that you have problem with TeXMaker to stop doing the "special" accents like á,à,ã... and the only thing you can type is ~a,'a, etc. (when you pres accented letters on keyboard) I guess it's a SCIM config problem. For Linux like operating system I fix the problem installing the ibus-qt4 package: Debian/Ubuntu: $>sudo apt-get install ibus-qt4 ...


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I moved manually the contents of the .zip file, but it should be equivalent to unzip in /usr/local/texlive/texmf-local Here's the structure I have (the first line is how I output it): > locate mtpro2 | grep texmf-local | grep 'mtpro2$' /usr/local/texlive/texmf-local/doc/fonts/mtpro2 /usr/local/texlive/texmf-local/dvips/mtpro2 ...


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While debugging, the log file is always a good place to look if you cannot find obvious errors in the code. One thing to be suspicious about is packages loaded from other places than the latex dist. Double check those. In this case a stray listings.sty was a problem


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I've had the same problem. I've found two ways to make it work: Solution 1. Add miktex portable to the environment variable PATH. Even if you don't have administrative privileges on the machine, you can usually set the variable just for your account. I wouldn't use it while keeping miktex on a USB drive but if you copied it onto the disk it should be ...


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I reproduced this using the following: Windows 7 SP1 running in Virtualbox 4.3.6 (on a CentOS 6.4 host) Texmaker 4.1.1 with MikTex 2.9.5105 The pdf's are deformed in the internal pdfviewer, but look normal in Acrobat reader. The deformity depends on the size of the virtualbox window: a narrow virtualbox window, results in a narrow pdf in the pdfviewer, ...


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Use the Source Viewer panel As of texmaker 4.1.1, viewing two source files side by side, both of them in read/write mode, is not possible. However, texmaker allows you to open one source file in read- only mode in its so-called Source Viewer panel, precisely for easy copying & pasting between that file and other source files open in regular, read/write ...


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As mentioned in the comments, and since you asked me to expand on it, I use TeXworks only for the editing of the following files: the "main" file of the current document (i.e. the one that contains \documentclass) the "preamble" file, with all includes common to the various types of documents (articles, reports, papers) sometimes the bib file For the ...


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Problem solved. It seems like Natbib did not support some of the bibtex references from jstor. By re-entering them all using BibDesk I had no errors and was free to use any style I wanted. Thanks



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