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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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You can overwrite LaTeX's internal definitions easily enough. It really isn't a good idea, though. \documentclass{article} \renewcommand\({\left(} \renewcommand\){\right)} \begin{document} \[ \( \frac{a}{b} \) \] \end{document} It would be better to use something like \lp and \rp. \documentclass{article} \newcommand\lp{\left(} \newcommand\rp{\right)} ...


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If you are talking about the visual, probably you are using it with the System Theme. Do you want that blue theme? Go to the Options menu and then Configure TeXmaker and then Editor. Or to see the left panel Structure, click on the 'Structure' button at the bottom (see the red marks). The image below show that two panels are on (dark grey color) and ...


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Since you say you want any kind of TeX, I would personally recommend using Kile, as it comes installed with all the packages and is quite easy to use. Furthermore it comes with a lot of tools like wizards for tables or tools to easily create equations and add symbols for beginners. It also has a function to preview your equations. You can find it in the ...


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I believe a quick look at the changelog might help you (no security issues mentioned...). You can find this here: http://www.xm1math.net/texmaker/log.html. To answer your question: as far as I know TexMaker does not open ports. If this motivates you to install the latest version anyway: Download TexMaker ...


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I identified 2 problems in your MWE: As @Paul Gessler said, in \bibliographystyle{style}, "style" is not a valid bibliography style. To read more about the different bibliography styles, check the link he provided or this one. I couldn't compile your literature.bib file, because the last element in the bibitem has a colon at the end (" url = ...


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For me, the following works correctly: Load your main file in Texmaker Choose Options -> Define Current Document as 'Master Document' Open a subfile Edit subfile, etc. Press 'Quick Build' Main file builds but 'current' file stays visible, etc. SyncTeX linking is possible from source to PDF and the reverse


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You have to use: \selectlanguage{English} With a 'E' it should work. Work with polyglossia and should with babel too.


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\usepackage[english,ngerman]{babel} Then ngerman is active at the begin of the document and you can switch to english. If you cannot change the package, then write before \documentclass: \PassOptionsToPackage{english}{babel} \documentclass{whatever} ...


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Accessing Texmaker's autosave feature Texmaker (at least 4.1 and newer) has an autosave feature. How you access it depends on your platform. On Linux (and Windows?), you need to follow Options > Configure Texmaker > Editor. On Mac OS X, you need to follow Texmaker > Preferences > Editor. You should then see a checkbox that reads "Backup [sic] documents ...



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