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comment Textbf Not working
The style it self is not enough. Check with the debian tool if there are packages that sounds as if they would install the texgyre fonts. (They are in texlive 2013).
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answered Textbf Not working
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comment Textbf Not working
@DavidCarlisle The OT1qtm.fd file is missing so latex falls back to cmr. One would have to install the tex gyre fonts.
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comment Textbf Not working
Show the log-file and the output of my minimal example (not of your main.tex which loads a lot of additional local stuff).
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comment Textbf Not working
There is nothing in the class which would disable the commands and I'm rather sure that a minimal example \documentclass{thesis} \begin{document} abc\textbf{abc} \end{document} would work for you.
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comment biblatex footcite style
\footnotes in float (figure and table) won't work - at least not if you expect them to appear at the bottom of the page. \footcite in itself is ok as citation style, but I probably wouldn't use the verbose style. Or do you believe the readers are really interested in all the details when reading the text?
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comment tocloft.sty not found
You also have two update manager. The one will update the packages in your user profile C:\Users\USER\AppData\Roaming\MiKTeX\2.9\ , the other the packages of the main texmf-tree in C:\program files.
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comment biblatex footcite style
Because you are mixing two citing methods. Why are some in the footnote but other not?
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comment biblatex footcite style
But why do you use \cite in the text at all? \textcite would be okay.
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comment tocloft.sty not found
You have two package managers. The one shows the packages you did install as admin and the other one the packages installed by the user. And don't change the files of a package!
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comment biblatex footcite style
I'm rather certain that it can be done somehow. But why do you want to confuse your readers by using two different reference systems?
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comment LuaLaTeX luaotfload: LuaTeX error: stack overflow (too many arguments)
Without and example and the log-file it is impossible to tell you something about your font problem. Beside this: your luatex and luaotfload-tool is rather old. Perhaps you should consider to install texlive 2015.
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comment Verbatim Frame Incompatibility
The \end{frame} must in this case be alone and at the begin of the line.
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comment Verbatim Frame Incompatibility
And don't indent the \end{frame}. Beside this: It is not supposed to work like this. See e.g. "12.9 Verbatim and Fragile" Text in the documentation.
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answered How to change the numbering style of subcaption only
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comment LuaLaTeX luaotfload: LuaTeX error: stack overflow (too many arguments)
Perhaps this bug report is related: github.com/lualatex/luaotfload/issues/275
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comment Text highlight not working with Texworks after last update
tex.stackexchange.com/questions/253076/…
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comment Syntax coloring stopped working after updating TeXworks to 0.4.6
There is a bug report in the miktex bug tracker: sourceforge.net/p/miktex/bugs/2375. It's a rather bad bug report as it is very vage and even doesn't mention "texworks". You could improve it.
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comment “pages” useless backref in the end of bibliography section compiled with pdfTeX 3.1415926-2.5-1.40.14 (MiKTeX 2.9)
As I wrote: Add empty lines after every bibitem. Read the documentation of backref to understand why (and what the package is doing).
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comment “pages” useless backref in the end of bibliography section compiled with pdfTeX 3.1415926-2.5-1.40.14 (MiKTeX 2.9)
Your example is not a correct example. It doesn't show the behaviour you describe, it also can't give your error as \BR@@bibitem is a command from the backref package which the example doesn't load. Inventing examples is bad. It waste the time of the people willing to help you. Beside this: Make sure that there is an empty line after every bib entry. And use distinct keys in the \bibitem. Don't use {notes} for every one.