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Make sure the package eu2enc.def is installed. In Ubuntu, it is part of the texlive-xetex package. Otherwise, you can install it using the texlive manager: tlmgr install euenc You could also try to install the package manually although I would not recommend it. The sources can be found here.

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My answer is not a direct solution to the problem but definitely a solution that solved plenty of my other problems with TeXMaker. I recommend switching to TeXStudio, which is a fork of TeXMaker so it has the same functionality as TeXMaker plus a few extra things. The pdf search works fine there, at least on my machine.

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The LaTeX file has correctly declared letterpaper (it's also the default for class article. This can be checked by \showthe\paperwidth and \showthe\paperheight, the result is: > 614.295pt. l.9 \showthe\paperwidth > 794.96999pt. l.10 \showthe\paperheight 1in is 72.27pt or 72bp. Package geometry informs the driver via \special of the paper size. ...

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Dvips takes into account what is declared by you file or the class you use. This hasn't to be set in config.ps. Maybe try MiKTeX Package Manager, and change the paper size:

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I know this is an old post but I have been using home-brewed Solarized Dark/Light themes and I am willing to share with the hope that somebody will find them useful. For the sake of completeness, highlighting scheme for DTX/Sweave/Pweave/Asymptote/Lua editing are also included, though I rarely use them. All themes are tested with current version (2.9.4) of ...

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The following small change to the script fixes the problem: #!/bin/bash words=$(detex test.tex | wc -m) calc "int(round(${words}/100.0)*100)" </dev/null > word-count.txt The problem arises if I don't include the </dev/null. It causes calc to hang.

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Both Texmaker and TeXworks are able to do this. Texmaker: With the main file open, select Options --> Define Current Document as master document (How to best use and compile multiple .tex files as part of same final document?) TeXworks: At the top of the chapter file, write %!TeX root = /path/to/main/file For example, if main.tex is in the same folder ...

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I'm using TeXMaker to write my thesis, and after trying with include and input, that had the problem you mentioned, i ended up using the subfiles package, in this way: Main document \documentclass{report} \usepackage{subfiles} \begin{document} \subfile{./Chapter} % Chapter file's name (and position) \end{document} Chapter document ...

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As is, your MWE will fail because your \newglossaryentry call has an extra s in it. The glossaries package gives you \loadglsentries{glossaryfile} to import your entries cleanly after \makeglossaries. You shouldn't have any problems with new lines and tabs in your \newglossaryentry. With those comments, your MWE becomes \documentclass{report} ...

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You have planted several bugs in your document. The most important one is that you shouldn't load both amsthm and ntheorem (see section 3.2.2 in the manual of ntheorem). Since you're using the syntax of the latter, remove \usepackage{amsthm} You have other minor or less minor bugs, though. \usepackage{times} is overridden by \usepackage{fourier} ntheorem ...

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Here is a debugged code. The main problem was you loaded both amsthm and ntheorem. I removed amsthm, because I know better ntheorem, it's easier to customise, and it can place automatically the end-of-proof symbol, even when the proof ends up in a displayed equation. hyperef should beloaded before the first theorem declaration. I took the liberty to ...

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A little bit of modifications to: remove "Chapter 0", change the proposition identifiers, make the lengthy exercises look better \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{book} % -- math packages \usepackage{amsmath} \usepackage{amssymb} \usepackage[thmmarks, amsmath, thref]{ntheorem} % -- fonts and related \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...

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There is an available script on TeXstudio_wiki for commit and push. It shows a drop menu for the user to select action of two; "commit" or "Commit with Push". You can run it manually or using a trigger like ?save-file or ?close-file Here is the script %SCRIPT choisedialog = UniversalInputDialog(["Commit","Commit with Push"],"Git","choiseGIT") ...

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I was having the exact same problem but then I updated MikTeX on my computer as an Admin and everything's been working fine since. You can find out how to update here if you're not sure http://miktex.org/howto/update-miktex hope it works out for you :)

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