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This is only for windows. You have to place .texsprofile in C:\Users\<your name>\AppData\Roaming\texstudiowhere <your name> is to be read as it is in your computer. Then in TeXstudio go to Options → Load Profile Clicking Load Profile opens this window: Select the profile, click Open and restart TeXstudio.


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Many places on the web linux users will find the advise: add blah blah to PATH in ~/.bashrc. In general this is not a good idea, because only when ~/.bashrc has been executed, is the PATH change visible to programmes. If you are a command line jockey (like me) and open every program through a terminal, you will not see the difference. However, if you ...


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The Problem: This is neiter an issue of TeXstudio nor of Sumatra PDF. Instead it's a result of the combination of Synctex and the build chain is rnw -> tex -> pdf. Synctex is originally designed to provide a connection between the tex file and the pdf. It does not know anything about the rnw. Towards a Solution: I'm not an R user and therefore have no ...


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Please uncheck "close parentheses automatically". It can be found "Options / configure TeXStudio" (see screenshot). It does work for me under TeXStudio 2.8.6 (Kubuntu 14.04). Edit: as for the shortcut CTRL+I. I don't think there is an easy way to achieve that. You will have to either alter an existing cwl file (where the definitions are stored) or create ...


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You can find any defined keystrokes in "Options / configure TeXStudio / Shortcuts" And from there most likely in the "Tools" section.


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The rendering is performed by the PDF rendering engine/library used by the program. For example: TeXstudio uses poppler. SumatraPDF uses MuPDF. Adobe uses its own proprietary engine. OSX has its own PDF engine (not an expert here but I assume Preview uses the builtin PDF capabilities of Quartz) I don't know the details of the PDF specification here. ...


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You can use \hypersetup just before \tableofcontents within a group: \documentclass[12pt]{book} \usepackage{blindtext} \usepackage{xcolor} \definecolor{darkgreen}{RGB}{41,159,49} \usepackage[colorlinks=true, urlcolor=blue, linkcolor=darkgreen, citecolor=darkgreen]{hyperref} \begin{document} {\hypersetup{linkcolor =black} \tableofcontents } ...


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The default settings are built in. They apply if no changes are made to the respective format. Format changes are part of the general settings in texstudio.ini. To remove all changed formats, simply delete the section [formats] in texstudio.ini (Make sure TXS are closed while you do so, otherwise your modifications won't take effect and will be overwritten ...


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Do the dictionaries show up in the selection box "Default Dictionary" right below the setting where you specified your path? If not they are not loaded (probably because they are not valid). The dictionaries are hunspell dictionaries consisting of two files: .dic and .aff. Both need to be present. If you use the dictionaries provided in .oxt files, you need ...


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There is only limited support for spell checking within LaTeX command options. TXS needs to know if an option should be checked. So far, it is only possible to define this for single-argument commmands like \textit{}. Spellchecking in the second argument of \begin{frame}{Lurtrature} is not supported. For more information the section on spellchecking in the ...


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As described in the manual, TeXstudio uses the Hunspell dictionary format. This is rather complex because it specifies possible affixes for words. It's not straight forward to correctly insert words there. You can specify additional words that are not spellchecked. To do so, simply place them in an additional file with extension .ign next to the ...



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