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I have texmaker-1.9.9 and because of some patches, i can't update it. For building my document without any bug or problem, I should do this scenario twice (1->2->1->2):

  1. Run a command for creating glossary (defined in user commands)
  2. Quick Build -> Bibtex Build -> Quick Build -> Bibtex Build

Is there any way in texmaker to define a command for executing the whole scenario?

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See the image below. It shows the Configure Options for Quick Build. You can use personal commands and I'm sure that the shortcut for Quick Build is F1.

Go to Options menu and configure it.

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Another image (maybe other version). Note the commands separated by |.

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  • My glossary command (defined in user commands) is too long, is it possible to add it to quick build, by referencing that user command?
    – Arya
    Dec 30 '14 at 13:04
  • You can add shortcuts for all.
    – Sigur
    Dec 30 '14 at 13:08

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