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You can only use one dictionary at a time. However, it is possible to merge two dictionaries to create a hybrid dictionary matching both languages. See e.g. http://code.google.com/p/hunspell-merge/


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This is what externalize TikZ library does. Try to compile next code with command pdflatex --shell-escape levels (being levels the name of the file). As a result you'll get a pdf file with the whole document, but also another file called levels-figure0.pdf which contains the TikZ figure: In fact you'll get as many levels-figureXXX.pdf files as ...


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That setting is currently not configurable by the user. Will be fixed in the next release.


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In 2.7.0, click on "View" and the click on "Show embedded PDF small".


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The message is due to these lines in algorithm2e.sty: 1214 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Main Part %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% 1215 % 1216 \newcommand{\algocf@name}{algorithm2e}% 1217 \newcommand{\algocf@date}{january 06 2013}% 1218 \newcommand{\algocf@version}{Release 5.0}% 1219 \newcommand{\algocf@id}{\algocf@version\space -- \algocf@date\space --}% ...


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I think that this is a bug of TeXstudio. The problem is that TeXstudio has auto-completion support for certain commands hard-coded in, most likely for performance reasons. This can be easily checked by looking at the texstudio.exe in a text editor and searching for \microampere (line 68436 in version 2.9.4). So I would say this is TeXstudio's bug and you ...


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TeXstudio uses Hunspell as spelling engine. Replacement proposals come from there. It appears, that Hunspell does not consider Númenor a replacement for Numenor. In contrast, Númeno will have a suggestion for Númenor. This is beyond the control of TeXstudio. @Qrrbrbirlbel: Your information concerning "Add to dictionary" behaving like "Ignore this word for ...


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Your request would need two operations that are not supported by TXS. 1) Doing something user-defined on failures of calls to external programs. 2) Displaying user-defined content in the log window. As a crude workaround, you could open the log in an editor tab and (manually) switch there if there are errors. You could also write a macro for that and ...


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Old question, but exactly my problem. I don't know much about TeXstudio, but I put together a hack to get it to work. There must be a better way. Somebody please post it. Go to Options->Configure TeXstudio... Select Commands from the options on the left Scroll to BibTeX Update the BibTeX command as described below The default command should be ...


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Based on @Ignasi answer and the link he posted about using an editor with PdfLaTeX, the solution is as follows: From foolabs.com download xpdf and unpack to a location on your computer. In Computer Properties Go to Advanced system settings -> Environment Variables and add the path of your particular xpdfbin\bin to the path. This will enable Windows to find ...


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Go to Macros menu and choose Edit Macros Click on the Add button and insert a new macro, as in the image below (the Name you can choose, of course). The Type should be Normal and the LaTeX Content should be \textrm{%|%|}. Click on OK and then you can insert the macro from Macros menu or using its shortcut (in my case, Shift+F5). The macro will insert ...


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Use the extended syntax ?... for filename formatting, i.e. in your case: pdflatex -synctex=1 -interaction=nonstopmode "?me" See also the explaination on special chars below the command configurations (needs to have advanced options enabled to see all the details):


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You have to fool TeXstudio into not seeing the \section inside \titleformat and \titlespacing. For that use: \expandafter\titleformat\expandafter{\csname section\endcsname}[hang]{\normalfont\bfseries}{\thesection}{0.7em}{}[] \expandafter\titlespacing\expandafter{\csname section\endcsname}{0em}{1.5em}{1.5em}


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DropDown menu at the top left corner->View->Bookmarks or F12.



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