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I have duplicated your set up and files and they work fine if you use the expected compile sequence. You need to run pdflatex first to generate the idx file. Then you need to run makeindex to create the needed aux file. And finally you need to run pdflatex again to get the pdf file. Note it will located in the build directory. The shortcuts which work ...


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The exact solution to this requires complete knowledge of your operating system and setup. But in general, TeXmaker depends upon the environment path variable, except for the programs loaded into options. So there are two possible solutions. 1) You can add the path to the latex binaries to the systems environmental path variable. 2) Or you can use ...


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In Texstudio, if you want to save outputs of latex in a directory (and thereby have the directory that contains your source files uncluttered, set the -output-directory optino of pdflatex command in Tools → Configure TextStudio → Commands Change the value of PdfLatex the -output-directory option and output is the directory you need the output files to be ...


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Thanks for helping me. Problems have been solved. I just changed the default page size A4(A4 size) to Letter, then backed to the default page size A4(A4 size). It was weird, wasn't it? As I didn't change any other things, just back to the default. Any way, problems have been solved, so I write it down here, which may be helpful to the ones who meet the same ...


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After googleing for some time, posting this question, I now finally found the correct key words to search for... Here is the solution: In TeXMaker, select User > Customize Completion and add another entry like \CHAPREF{#label#} This will add auto-completion to the CHAPREF command like to the ref command. EDIT: See also Customize auto-completion ...


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I just realized that Texmaker proposes a simple way of doing it. There is a Unicode converter in the "Tools" toolbar. There, one selects the .tex file to open and specifies the original encoding. The file is then automatically converted!


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UTF 8 encoding is needed, because 'Jag är bäst' contains character which aren't supported by the default encoding of LaTeX.


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To start, at least with TeX Live you can run texdoc IEEE in your OS prompt to obtain: Otherwise, you can dowload the PDF from texdoc.net. As the paper explain, it is assumed that the reader has at least a basic working knowledge of LaTeX. See also How to Use the IEEEtran BIBTEX Style.


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A bit of self promotion: my commenting package may be relevant to your needs. It does not offer automation in the sense that you still need to mark your changes using macros. However it allows you to mark changes / put comments per-author and has a simple interface to specify dates and exclude comments/marks before/after a certain date. An example of usage: ...


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Found a script called LatexDiff that will compare two latex documents and create a 3rd showing the differences between them. Not quite automated but better than doing it manually. It is a bit tricky to get working, though.


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In this case you should try to open the command line, switch to the directory with your document and run command mk4ht oolatex informe.tex if it runs without problems, then the problem is in the settings of TeXMaker. if the document still doesn't compile, then you should extract small example from it and update your question with that example. If you use ...


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The first step of debugging externalized tikzpictures is to make sure they work without externalization. Your example shows several errors when I comment out all externalization-related code: the end of every \draw, \node, \path, etc. needs a semi-colon and the first \draw line had a typo, the node name is in1 not inl. Also, I updated your code to use ...


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If I'm not mistaken, \input only copy/paste the content in the file, while \include compile the dedicated file and the temp files, amongst which the aux doesn't need to be regenerated if nothing in that part has changed. However, The error message tells you it is not able to create the folder. See also this topic: latexmk -outdir with \include So, create ...



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