I have updated TeXStudio and now, when I compile, all work without errors. But If I "compile and view" or simple "view" The answer is:

File 'path\paper.ps' does not exist

from GSview.

Till yesterday, I had not any kind of this problem. Today I add the command \hyphenation in the code, but TeXStudio and MiKTeX work fine and I have my PDF output without errors.

  • Do compile as .ps or .pdf? Perhaps you compile with pdfLaTeX which create a PDF and try to open a postscript file? – Romain Picot Oct 27 '15 at 9:48
  • I compile as .pdf, but I see this error for the first time. – Giacomo Alessandroni Oct 27 '15 at 9:53
  • I don't really know TeXStudio but an option to show the output may have change and try to show a postscript which leads to the error. But I don't know how to overcome this – Romain Picot Oct 27 '15 at 9:55

I have solve in this way:

TeXStudio -> Menu -> Options -> Restore Default Settings...

Unfortunately, in this way I can not say you where is the problem.



This topic is quite old, but I just had the same issue and found a solution. For some reason, an update changed the "Default Viewer" in Options > Configure TeXstudio > Build. I simply copied the line from the PDF Viewer command (for me txs:///view-pdf-internal --embedded). I have not encountered this with build and view, but if you do the script might have changed for ps viewer. For an embedded pdf : txs:///pdf-chain.

Hope it helps someone in the future.

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