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The bibliography file (.bib extension, let us use you example bibliography.bib) should be included in the main latex file (let us say it is main.tex) using \bibliography{bibliography} or \addbibresource{bibliography.bib} if you are using biblatex. Then the sequence is called on the main latex file. Thus the sequence is latex main bibtex main latex main ...


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Don't remember where I read this, but tried MacOsx 10.6 64 bits version and it works without any work around. Apparently MacOsx 10.7 64 bits is the problem. Give it a try.


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As previously answered, Texmaker does not seem to reference labels declared in included files in the structure of the document. A workaround that you can use, however, is to use the way Texmaker detects existing labels to trick it into thinking that you are declaring a label inside your document when you are, in fact, not. Let me explain by reusing your ...


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I do not have enough reputation to comment and my is just a small update of what @RoKi0815 wrote: At least for WinEdt 9, the correct inverse search command is -inverse-search "\"%B\winedt.exe\" \"[Open(|%%f|);SelPar(%%l,8)]\"" Note the %B for WinEdt installation directory, and %%f and %%l that will become %f and %l in SumatraPDF to denote the file name ...


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They are just warnings, or in the first case more of a message than a warning. They are not errors, which would cause compilation to stop. Both of them are from the biblatex package. Missing backend. biblatex allows for different bibliography backends. A backend is in this context the program that reads the citations from auxiliary files, collects the ...


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I've used Texmaker for years until I discovered TeXstudio in my university's lab. At first, both looked and worked pretty much the same, but now I've switched to TeXstudio for these reasons: Easy dictionary language switching: there's a dropdown at the bottom of the screen where you can instantly switch dictionary language, which is very useful for me, ...


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Unfortunately the answer is no. There is no user interface access to this set of keywords. But, although I strongly recommand not to do this, you can get the source of texmaker (it's available on the official webiste) and build in the support for the custom sectioning command to the document sctructure widget. You can compile it through Qt4 or Qt5. Otherwise ...


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To solve this issue for Spanish: Package babel Warning: No hyphenation patterns were loaded for (babel) the language "Spanish" install the texlive-hyphen-spanish package: sudo dnf install texlive-hyphen-spanish.noarch


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Your issue is caused by the space in the file name of the file you are calling. As explained in Spaces in files names in \input or \includegraphics, you should use the double quote symbol " around the path. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{graphicx} \graphicspath{ {c:/Users/../Graphs/} } \begin{document} \includegraphics[scale=0.25]{"leeftijd ...


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The code was missing either a \begin{itemize}. See comment in code at ~line no. 64 \documentclass[final,hyperref={pdfpagelabels=false}]{beamer} \usepackage[orientation=portrait,size=a0,scale=1.3]{beamerposter} % Use the beamerposter package for laying out the poster with a portrait orientation and an a0 paper size \usetheme{epyt} ...



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