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Well for your screenshot it seems to be the last version with QT5 that has not the menu above and that's disgusting, at least for me. But if I am wrong, you should see above, in the finder bar I think, the menu and if you click above Options choose the first option: Configure Texmaker it opens a new window. Below in the right side of the screen is the ...


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Two ways: 1) Launch MiKTeX Package Manager from the Start menu, select the package you want to install and right-click on it to ask installation: 2) Launch MiKTeX Options and in the General tab, select Askme first or Yes for Install packages on the fly. Thus when a package is not installed, compilation will be interrupted to propose you to install the ...


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I adapted the Solarized theme into Texmaker. I played around with the colors of Solarized an ended up with the following theme: You can add it at Texmaker's config file texmaker.ini, which should located at Linux: $HOME/.config/xm1 Windows: %APPDATA%/xm1 Mac OS X: $HOME/.config/xm1 Here are the lines with the colors. They need to be replaced at the ...


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[Hmmm...having typed in this answer I notice that the question is already solved in the comments...if there's no interest perhaps I'll delete especially as I don't mention bbl files, although they appear in the log as described below.] Every time that (La)TeX opens a file it writes (filename... to the log file and it prints a matching ...) when it closes ...


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I had the same issue and found a work around. Open texmaker on your laptop's screen and adjust the size of the program window so that it fits the external screen (or your needs). If you than drag the texmaker window to the external screen and do not (!) resize the texmaker window, the internal pdf viewer looks normal. As you might have an external screen ...


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You can use free tool called Karabiner https://pqrs.org/osx/karabiner/ I have tested it in TexMaker on OSX / Mac using PC keyboard Map settings like in screenshot below:


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The problem has been solved by using \usepackage[miktex]{gnuplottex} and by deactivating the Use a "build" subdirectory for output files option by Texmaker


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I took your code and tried to compiled. Some errors appeared but they can be fixed doing the following (also take a look to he comments about \usepackage{fullpage}, \makeatother and \chapter*{ with no } at the end of the line.): Add in preambule: \autor{your name}, \title{your report title} and \date{today}, this way the command \maketitle produces no ...


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In Texmaker, the "--output-directory=build" parameter is only supported by the latex and pdflatex commands and not by bibtex. This is a known issue in Texmaker. Inorder to solve this, either Disable "Build subdirectory" option in Texmaker, under Options -> Configure Texmaker -> Commands, Uncheck "Use a Build Sub-Directory for output files" and try Quick ...


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In order to produce an index, LaTeX needs page numbers. So you need to remove the line \pagenumbering{gobble} %remove page numbers Then \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage[margin=2cm]{geometry} \usepackage{amsmath, amssymb, enumitem} \usepackage [english]{babel} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage [autostyle, english = american]{csquotes} ...


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If you are using Texmaker on Mac, you can set a menu bar shortcut in system preferences. To do this, open System Preferences, Keyboard, and then Shortcuts. On the left side, select App Shortcuts. Create a new shortcut by clicking the + icon. As shown in the image, set the application to texmaker.app and for "Menu Title" enter "Pdf Viewer." Then set your ...


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You should provide a minimal example of your code to solve the problem. The red color in TexMaker indicates a syntax error. Here is an example short document to help you start with these commands in your LaTex document. The code: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage[latin1]{inputenc} \usepackage[nopar]{lipsum} % for random text ...



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