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This is a bug due to Qt5. Workaround: sudo apt remove appmenu-qt5


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TeXstudio is in may ways quite similar to TeXMaker, but it wraps its lines so that they are aliged to the item, regardless how far indented this is. In case line wrapping is not enables, this can be done in the Preferences->Adv. Editor->Line Wrapping.


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Try to run this in the Terminal: sudo apt-get install texstudio These two packages are essentially the same... You do not even need to download the .deb file manually if you are installing from Ubuntu repositories. Should you (for some reason) want texmaker instead of texstudio, just replace the last word of the command. (The texstudio package seems to ...


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Note: I am not really sure what output you are expecting here. The documentation for arrayjob under \readarray (currently page 3) specifies that one should use & between each entry in the array. Note that you can always locate the documentation using the command-line/terminal by writing texdoc arrayjob, and that works for any package. The ...


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Ulrike Fischer above got me on the right track with more detailed output logging, thanks! ...If this isn't the source of the problem run on a command line xelatex --no-pdf file and xdvipdfmx -vv file to get a better error message. Running xelatex --no-pdf test.tex completed fine with no errors Running xdvipdfmx -vv test.xdv returned the following ...


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I just remembered: I added some time ago this in my the UserData-texmf tree in ...\fontconfig\config\localfonts2.conf <?xml version="1.0"?> <!DOCTYPE fontconfig SYSTEM "fonts.dtd"> <fontconfig> <selectfont> <rejectfont> <glob>D:/MiKTeX2.9/fonts/type1/public/fontawesome/*</glob> </rejectfont> &...


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You could try to create a symlink as a workaround: cd /usr/local/bin sudo ln -s /Users/tmartin/anaconda/bin/pygmentize pygmentize Now you have a link pygmentize within /usr/local/bin that points to ~/anaconda/bin/pygmentize. As a result, Texmaker should call the same pygmentize installation that is used in your terminal.


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Please go to <http://www.tug.org/mactex/elcapitan.html> to get more information about El Capitan. Especially take a look at the `Updating For El Capitan' article linked there; it gives instructions for updating the Preferences in TeXmaker if it doesn't update itself automatically.


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The user completion entries are automatically saved in the texmaker.ini file when Texmaker is closed (search texmaker.ini for Editor\UserCompletion= entries after you close the program). They are not saved if Texmaker crashes or you logout, restart or close the PC with Texmaker started.


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I realize this is an older question, but in case anyone is still interested, I briefly will try to add my own thoughts on your question: What are the main differences between them? What are the advantages and drawbacks of each of them with respect to the other one? In my view, the main difference is a substantially higher degree of customizability of ...


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TeX is a programming language and you can write endless loops in it. A toy example is this one % an endless loop in TeX \def\a{\b} \def\b{\a} \a % You need to call \a to trigger the endless loop % The circular definition alone isn't enough Now your task is to find the trigger of the endless loop. When you have some kind of version control, compare ...


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To get dictation working for TexStudio, go to System Preferences/Accessibility/Dictation Commands and click "Enable advanced commands." For some reason it works when you do that.


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In case you just need to commit from TeXstudio and are willing to do all things more complicate with a terminal or some other external tool, here a quick hack to get git into TeXstudio (basically by disguising it as svn): 1) In the preferences change the SVN command to you local git: 2) In your $HOME/.gitconfig set the following alias [alias] ci = ...


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Just use Atom, and forget about TeXstudio, which is terrible (you can't even have tabs side-by-side within the same instance of texstudio, among other shortcomings). Atom: integrates git and GitHub shows you a minimap can open and sync PDFs has various packages for LaTeX, as discussed here and there uses language-latex for syntax highlighting


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The option is a little hidden in the menu under view > pages or view > structure. This will open a side bar where one can choose between getting an overview of the pages or the structure of the document.



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