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2.6.6 is the latest TexStudio Version. At the top left of an open pdf view, there is an icon that shows a split window. Click on that and you'll get the side-by-side view you ask for.

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I found the solution!. The problem is the colon : in the TEXINPUTS path, used in Unix to separate the various paths, and that utterly confuses Windows. Instead of the colon, to separate elements in the path you should use a semicolon ;. So setting: TEXINPUTS=../TeXinputs as in this image: it then does works in texmaker. If you need more than one ...

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Have your main document in the current editing window. Now select Options-Define Current >Document as "Master Document". This will do what you are asking for, I just did it. Also, now >you can compile from any of the files and it will work. Just worked for me, thanks heaps. that was really annoying me. Much happier now...

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This is going to be long... From command prompt: Let us say that your tex file (file.tex) is in D:\my folder. Open file.tex in texmaker and choose pdflatex in the build list, compile. Now open command prompt (Start→ run → cmd). In the command prompt that opens type makeindex.exe D:\my folder\file.nlo -s nomencl.ist -o D:\my folder\file.nls Now go back ...

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I already posted this in the comments, but it seems to be a common problem. As @texenthusiast mentions, you want to make sure that you can use pdflatex (or whatever LaTeX compiler you want to use) from command line. The following is for Windows: First, test it out. Press Windows-Key+R (for Run). Then, type cmd to open Windows' command line terminal. Now ...

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From Version 4.1 onwards, Texmaker gives more meaningfull error compared to the earlier Could not start the command error, but unfortunately it does not prompt for SAVE dialog box with untitled-1.tex like TeXworks. A document must be saved with an extension (and without spaces or accents in the name) before being used by a command. So as alessandro ...

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Try to save your document before compiling,if you haven't done it yet.

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I solved the problem in one hour by uninstalling MikTex and Texmaker and reinstalling it again ... (after many hours struggling to solve the problem...)

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After a fresh install, the quick build is set to PdfLaTeX + View PDF as shown in the screenshot below for version upto 4.0.4): In the Commands tab you can find the exact meaning of this combo. For reference, PdfLaTeX translates into: pdflatex -synctex=1 -interaction=nonstopmode %.tex where % is replaced by the name of the master document (e.g. ...

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I post this as a new answer because the latest version of TexMaker (4.1) supports this natively. Options -> Configure TexMaker Fast Compil -> Luatex

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Summing up the above comments with relevant info/Links to a full answer: As recommended by Texmaker author, It is prefered to Notes: - Uninstall first all previous version before installing a new one to avoid any conflicts with existing one atleast on Linux. On Windows, Uninstall using control panel to remove the existing version. On Ubuntu Linux ...

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To use \pcline and \ncput you must include the pst-node package. Also, the 1 etc. are left from some line numbers in the code example. A minimal examples, which should work is: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{pstricks, pst-node} \begin{document} \begin{pspicture}(0,0)(5,5) \pspolygon(0,0)(4,3)(4,0) \pcline[offset=12pt]{|-|}(0,0)(4,3) ...

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I don't think this is accessible from the application itself, but you can set the option in the settings file: texmaker.ini. On Mac OSX it is located in ~/.config/xm1/ Inside that file, find the line: Editor\AutoSave=false and change it to Editor\AutoSave=true You may need to restart texmaker for the change to take place.

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In this configuration, as you have it now, there is no cure. You cannot use the commands from inside of TeXmaker, you must work on command line: only with the Command Prompt you get from the tray icon of MiKTeX portable! The reason is the system path: Start a command prompt from your system (e.g. press Win + R and type cmd in the input line) and type echo ...

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LaTeX Error: File `listings.sty' not found. This error message means the source file needs the package lstings but the system doesn't have it. MikTeX were designed to be a TeX distribution that can install missing packages automatically, but this feature doesn't work well. Fortunately, you can install packages manually by three steps: Press ...

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Not a direct answer, but a method that's equivalent to yours and much easier to manage. Add a Texmaker user command that does arara -v %.tex and prefix your document with % arara: pdflatex % arara: makeindex: { style: index_style_wenger.ist } % arara: nomencl % arara: biber % arara: pdflatex % arara: pdflatex: { synctex: yes } \documentclass{article} ...

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\show uses the same internal routines that TeX employs for error messages. Judging now this may seem a design error, but one always has to keep in mind that TeX was released in 1982, when computer memory was quite scarcer than it is today. A front-end like Texmaker could, in principle, distinguish between diagnostic messages given by \show (or \showthe) and ...

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As Sigur pointed out : On Windows (Command Prompt): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Command_Prompt Opening Command Prompt on Windows: press the Windows key (that one with the logo) + R to open the Run box. Then type cmd and hit enter or http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/open-a-command-prompt-window On Linux (Terminal): ...

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