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I would like to create a usercommand in TeXStudio 2.11.0 which executes a batch-file in the same directory like the .tex-file. Is it possible to do it dynamically? Currently I'm only able to set the whole path to the batch-file.

Background: I want to execute the make "makeindex"-command for creating the necessary files for my acronyms. And I'm currently working on multiple .tex-files so the direct path is really annoying.

My current system: Windows 10 and TeXStudio 2.11.0.

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You can use the Special Chars syntax construct the path dynamically. For your case, that would be: (need Advanced Options enabled to see the complete s

?a)\test.bat

See Options -> Commands -> Special Chars for an explanation. To see the full list, you have to enable Advanced Options:

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  • thank you! here is my solution with your help @Tim Hoffmann: the makeglossaries command: ?a)acronyms.bat the create and display command: txs:///compile | txs:///makeglossaries | txs:///compile | txs:///view – D. Krause Sep 15 '16 at 7:47

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