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Thankfully TeXstudio itself has a solution for this problem. In its preferences (with show advanced options active), there is a menu for gui scaling where you can easily adjust the size of the icons.


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Not the exact answer, but.. Sometimes I stumble with a similar thing, when I acidentally hit end or home, I learnt to do a Ctrl+z (undo), then a Ctrl+y or Ctrl+Shift+z (redo). this generally will undo your last modification and redo it, leaving you where you was.


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- won't be the problem (unless you are using a language that declares it to be a babel shortcut) but spaces in filenames are evil:-) If you must have spaces, it probably works to quote them as \graphicspath{% {"C:/Users/Username/Documents/Project 1 - Project Title/Project Writeup/Project/Graphics/"}% } but not having spaces is good. Also the grffile ...


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First, the answer you linked to is partly obsolete. It's still working, but TeXstudio can do most of the steps for you. Simply click "Import Dictionary" in the options and select the desired .oxt file. But to answer your questions: TeXstudio uses Hunspell dictionaries (as do OpenOffice and LibreOffice). These are the .dic and .aff files. Additionally it ...


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Put the mouse on the PDF that is open by texstudio, then RIGHT-CLICK the mouse. This open a window like this: Which is on top of the PDF, like this click on the "Go to Source" To go from Source to PDF, put the mouse on the source file open, and RIGHT-CLICK, this will open a menu like this: Click on the Go to PDF to go the PDF file location of the ...


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Macros and keysettings are part of the profile. There is currently no way to handle them separately.


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Here is what one can do menu Options->Configure TeXstudio check Show advanced options find line wrapping and select from the list


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In fact, there are two icons in the pdf panel. It is necessary to unlock them in order to get scroll going right with where the cursor is at. See here at the bottom left


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A basic solution within TeXstudio is this macro: %SCRIPT text = app.clipboard text = text.replace(/\t/g, " & ") text = text.replace(/\n/g, " \\\\\n") cursor.insertText(text) Of course, you could extend it to add the surrounding tabular environment if required.


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Apparently, the whole thing had something to do with TeXstudio, as I was able to compile my file with TeXshop. Moreover, now TeXstudio compiles this file without any problems. In case someone has this particular problem: make sure you have collection-fontsrecommended and collection-fontsextra packages installed try compiling your file with TeXshop


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You can use Edit -> Go to -> Go Back / Go Forward (Alt+Left/Right). In the standard configuration this is also available via the yellow arrows in the central vertical toolbar. Also, if your mouse or keyboard have special keys for this operation, they should work.


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Reposted the above comment: Text selection is currently not supported in the internal viewer. Please use an external viewer for this. You can open it directly from the menu bar of the internal viewer.


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Well, in your code I can see some problems. For example should package hyperref be the last called package! The documentation of package natbib can you read by typing texdoc natbib on your console/terminal. There are the styles listed you can use with natbib and which styles and field names are supported. To give you a starting point I changed your ...


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I have seen this problem many times with TexStudio. Most often it works perfectly, but suddenly the syncing doesn't work anymore. I don't think that TexStudio is the cause of the problem; because when synching doesn't work, the problem exist in TexMaker and TexWorks, as well. It may be a MikTex problem. Renaming files helps sometimes but not always. In my ...



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