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the llncs class has lots of interesting feature, unless publishing in LLNCS, it's probably not really the class I would choose. Here it sets \setcounter{tocdepth}{0} so you might want to add \setcounter{tocdepth}{3} to your preamble so that your table of contents has some content.

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Here's an example document using Python, with both code and output. To use this example, you will need Python. Anaconda is a good option for this sort of thing. You also need the pythontex package. It's in TeX Live. It can also be installed manually; download the latest version from GitHub, extract, then run the Python installer in the pythontex directory. ...

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You can change the default shortcut using Options menu and Configure TeXstudio. The default is Alt+Right Arrow (see the image below: Next Placeholder).

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The .log shows: runsystem(epstopdf --outfile=./essai-eps-converted-to.pdf essai.eps)...executed But the file does not seem to be generated, thus the conversion failed. Try to do it manually, the command is given above. Option --debug gives more hints, what might went wrong: epstopdf --debug --outfile=./essai-eps-converted-to.pdf essai.eps The Perl ...

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Toolbars: At "Options -> General -> Appearance -> Color Scheme" you can choose between the following two settings: "Classic": Use native system settings. "Modern": A proprietary design with dark and more flat toolbars (color is not changable). Other elements: All these elements use the native system settings of your Desktop design (If you change the ...

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Formatting of sectioning commands: You should try to avoid explicit formatting within your document whenever possible. LaTeX is designed to separate content and format. By defining \part{title} you define that the text has the semantics of a part-heading. At this place, you should not worry how a part-heading is to be formatted. See these two questions: ...

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