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(This is a bit different than the OP's problem, but the error message is the same. I hope this helps someone else:) Having never used LaTeX before, I started off by installing Texmaker, and encountered this error. I didn't know that the LaTeX tool is not bundled with the editor, and must be installed separately. In my case, I was able to fix the above ...


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The solution is concerning the build directory option. You didn't state if you changed the default TexMaker menu -> options -> commands -> "Use a build subdirectory" which is disabled (by default). If you did not change that, then the above @Kate and @R. Schumacher instructions should work for you. The instructions should NOT work for you if you changed ...


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Ok, my mistake: instead of "running" pdf lateX, I would just use the F1 button. This is what I used to do with my old computer and I thought it was pdflatex compiling. Every finally worked when I indeed run Bibtex = F11, then pdflatex = F6 (not F1), then again (F6)


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======================================== Step1. You should add these lines at the top of the page in texmaker: \documentclass[5p]{elsarticle} \usepackage{framed} % Framing content \usepackage{multicol} % Multiple columns environment \usepackage{nomencl} % Nomenclature package \makenomenclature \setlength{\nomitemsep}{-\parskip} % Baseline skip between ...


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I sometimes use the search function for this... You can write a sequence of numbers and letters, e.g. "here2day", in comment at the line you want to find and search for it


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@Shamim Hafiz might be right, because what solve my problem was to install the MiKTeX 2.9 in the compatibility mode pointing out that MiKTeX used to work well in Win7. I completed the installation and then, I also executed the Texwork editor (the default editor installed with MiKTeX) in the compatibility mode. After checking that my file was compiling ok ...


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There are two different solutions to your problem. 1. Texmaker sessions Define the master document, then choose "File" / "Save session" from the menu. In the future, when starting Texmaker, open the saved session instead of your tex file. 2. Package "subfiles" The subfiles package provides an interesting solution which is independent from Texmaker. In ...


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I am using Texmaker 4.1 on Ubuntu 14.04, and faced a similar problem; turns out that myspell-en-gb was not installed. Simple fix: sudo apt-get install myspell-en-gb and make sure the dictionary path is correctly set as /usr/share/myspell/dicts/en_GB.dic in Texmaker's configuration window.


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I found the problem: The tex-files were stored on a DropBox-folder under encryption by BoxCryptor, and that thing seems to hold open or otherwise block some file resources; on DropBox without BoxCryptor, as well as on the local filesystem, everything is fine. So this issue is solved.


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In TexMaker, open your main document (the one that includes all the others), then choose Options/Make Current File the Master (or similar; I have the German version, so I do not know the exact text of the menu item ...). After that, compiling always starts with the main document.


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The equals sign does not cause trouble in text mode: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} SELECT * FROM Table WHERE ID = 0 \end{document} Maybe some other character causes the trouble, for example, the underscore _. This can be set via \_ or \textunderscore. An alternative is verbatim input (also changes the font): \documentclass{article} ...


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In LaTex or PC Tex: Select the text you want to block or turn into a comment and use Ctrl Shift % Hold all three keys at once.


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Ok, I think I found a hack for this - don't have a Google account, so cannot post at the bug report; anyone who wants, feel free to repost/notify this there if useful. Anyways, first I discovered that using a \label, makes TexMaker ignore syntax checking: Then I looked through the source code texmaker-4.4.1.tar.bz2, and found that this is explicitly ...


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The error says ! Package minted Error: You must invoke LaTeX with the -shell-escape flag. So you have to use the flag -shell-escape when compiling, that is, use it before the name of the file. To do this, move %1.tex to the end. -interaction=nonstopmode -shell-escape %.tex


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Alternative solution (another editor) If you wish you can try another editor. TeXstudio is very good and powerful and it is based on TeXmaker. So you will not change so much what you know. TeXstudio allows you to determine the number of characters for wrapping lines and also how to wrap. See the Configure for Advanced Editor options (note the Show ...


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According to the release notes TexMaker (> Version 4.4) is using a script to hardwrap your code. This script needs to be triggered manually as shown below (Menu: User -> Run Script, unfortnately I have a German system only). However, TexMaker does not have any functionality to do this automatically or to show the desired 80-char-line as stated here.



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