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pdfcrop needs an installed Perl language. Do you have one installed on your system? I suppose not. Then install one from http://www.activestate.com/activeperl or http://strawberryperl.com/ The crop=on should work. For a test open a terminal (DOS window) go into the documents directory and run by hand: pdflatex -shell-escape <file>
If you have GNU Emacs 24 or later, you should definitely read the AUCTeX manual 1.2 Installing AUCTeX The simplest way of installing AUCTeX is by using the Emacs package manager integrated in Emacs 24 and greater (ELPA). Simply do M-x package-list-packages RET, mark the auctex package for installation with i, and hit x to execute the installation ...
I had more success by making the following changes to the procedure described in the question: Using Visual Studio 2010 (non-Express) or later Instead of Visual Studio 2008 Express plus Windows SDK for Windows Server 2008 Building from MiKTeX branch 2.9, revision 2476 Prepending the Windows SDK bin directory to the system PATH prior to building set ...
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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