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Depending on your precise needs there are different options: If you want to only run XeLaTeX explicitly from time to time, use Tools -> Commands -> XeLaTeX. You may assign a shortcut in the options. If you want to modify the default build configuration (i.e. the compiler for Tools -> Build / Build & View) then change Options -> Build -> ...


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Just insert the “magic comment” % !TeX program = lualatex at the beginning of your .tex file.


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If I understand the problem correctly, when you add a user-defined command, like in my case \remark, TexStudio somehow add this new command to a known-commands list. (Thereby it is able to manage auto-completion on user-defined commands.) But when it does so, it cannot guess the type of parameters that your command is supposed to take. I don't know what ...


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This is a bug related to OS-dependent shortcut settings. Will be fixed in the next release. As a workaround, you may assign any other shortcut to 'fullscreen', e.g. 'Ctrl+Alt+Shift+F11'.


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At the first startup (or to be more precise, when there is no settings file yet), TXS tries to detect existing LaTeX installations. If you started TXS without having a LaTeX installation, the commands will be empty. You can repeat the detection by restoring to the default settings. If that doesn't work, here is a screenshot of the default command ...


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Indeed this is possible with a user macro. the key is the function app.jumpToBracket() which stands behind Idefix -> Prentheses -> Jump to Match. If the cursor is at one bracket, it moves to the other. After placing the cursor before the first bracket, run %SCRIPT cursor.deleteChar() cursor.insertText('[') app.jumpToBracket() cursor.deleteChar() ...


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Generally, I'd recommend to update to the most recent version (currently 2.9.4). If the problem still exists, here's some more info: TeXstudio queries MikTeX about the installed packages (mpm.exe --list). This information is used for the highlighting of missing packages. Compilation is a completely different issue. TXS just calls the latex compiler, and ...


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See TeXStudio FAQ: Why does a comman not show up in the completion?


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So you want \fref to behave like a regular \ref command. TXS infers the semantics of a command from .cwl files. See the FAQ and the manual. create a file user.cwl in your settings directory with the content \fref{label}#r open TeXstudio and check user.cwl at Options -> Completion.



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