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How to set default program in Windows to open a .tex-file: Goto project folder and right click on a .tex-file Goto "Properties" Under "Open With" click on Change (or similar) Click on "Other programs" Select "TeXworks" and click on OK Done.


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use ctrl+shift+M for $*$ snippet.


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Fixed attempt: %SCRIPT var txt = cursor.selectedText() editor.replaceSelectedText( txt.replace(/[$]/g,"") ) cursor.clearSelection() The syntax of regular expressions and the replace method are documented on the MDN at their Regular Expressions and String.prototype.replace() pages.


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I had the same issue and I solved it by updating TeXstudio to newest version. (Restoring to default settings did not help and my current line settings were nothing special) EDIT: Just now I found out that it still doesn't work if I put TeXstudio on the second display.


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I realize this is an older question, but in case anyone is still interested, I briefly will try to add my own thoughts on your question: What are the main differences between them? What are the advantages and drawbacks of each of them with respect to the other one? In my view, the main difference is a substantially higher degree of customizability of ...


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With the help of Charles Stewart I finnaly got the answer %SCRIPT var txt = cursor.selectedText() var str = txt.replace(/[$]/g,"") editor.replaceSelectedText(str) cursor.clearSelection()


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This is a known issue in 2.11.0 and already fixed. You may try the most recent development snapshot from https://sourceforge.net/projects/texstudio/files/texstudio/TeXstudio%20development/ or wait for the next release.


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The easiest way to remove a word you added in the dictionary is: menu > Tools > Check spelling > Show user words > [select the unwanted word] > Remove The .ign file should be located in the same folder as the dictionary you used to spell check. The folder is stated in menu > Options > Configure TexStudio > Language checking > Spelling dictionary ...


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Annotations are a feature of PDF. TeXstudio can display the annotations in a PDF. It does not support editing the PDF (and annotations therein). This would be rather pointless anyway, because the PDF gets recompiled and changes would be lost. Instead, you can use LaTeX packages like todonotes to create annotations. See here for an example. As an ...


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I am not sure in which version this feature was introduced, but TeXstudio now allows entering an additional search path for commands. The benefit of this is that it will also allow TeXstudio to find "texdoc.exe", allowing the user to access package documentations from within TeXstudio. This solution does not apply to DVI, PS and external PDF viewers as well ...



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