I have a problem with xelatex file which I copied from the overleaf online compiler. It works normally with no errors at overleaf but when I compiled it on my TexStudio editor it does not work even (I tried XeTex and LuaTex). How is it possible to fix this problem?? Please follow the link bellow and tell me why this can not work at some installed editors? the code is bellow:

\WarningFilter{latex}{Command \InputIfFileExists}

%%% For accessing system, OTF and TTF fonts
%%% (would have been loaded by polylossia anyway)
\usepackage{xunicode} %% loading this first to avoid clash with bidi/arabic

%%% For language switching -- like babel, but for xelatex

%%% For those cool-looking menus and keystrokes

%%% For the xelatex (and other LaTeX friends) logos

%%% For the awesome fontawesome icons!


\setotherlanguages{arabic,hindi,sanskrit,greek,thai} %% or other languages

% Main serif font for English (Latin alphabet) text
\setmainfont[Ligatures=TeX]{Noto Serif}
\setsansfont[Ligatures=TeX]{Noto Sans}
\setmonofont{Noto Mono}

% define fonts for other languages
\newfontfamily\arabicfont[Script=Arabic]{Noto Naskh Arabic}
\newfontfamily\devanagarifont[Script=Devanagari]{Noto Serif Devanagari}
% \newfontfamily\greekfont[Script=Greek]{GFS Artemisia}
\newfontfamily\thaifont[Script=Thai]{Noto Serif Thai}

%%% CJK needs a different treatment

%%% Assuming Chinese is the main CJK language...
  BoldFont=WenQuanYi Zen Hei,
  ItalicFont=AR PL KaitiM GB]
  {AR PL SungtiL GB}
\setCJKsansfont{Noto Sans CJK SC}

%%% Define fonts for Japanese and Korean

%%% You can also upload your own font files
% \newCJKfontfamily\koreanfont{[UnGraphic.ttf]}
%%% ...or go along with a font available on the server
\newCJKfontfamily\koreanfont{Baekmuk Batang}

\title{How to Write Multilingual Text with Different Scripts in \LaTeX}
\author{Lim Lian Tze}



This is a mainly English document which contains other languages. Here we use \texttt{polyglossia} and \texttt{fontspec}. 

You'll need to use \hologo{XeLaTeX} or \hologo{LuaLaTeX} to compile this document. You can configure your Overleaf project to be compiled with \hologo{XeLaTeX} by clicking on the Overleaf menu button above the file list panel, and set \texttt{Compiler} to \texttt{XeLaTeX} or \texttt{LuaLaTeX}.

Here's some Arabic text:

%% Arabic lorem ipsum text from http://generator.lorem-ipsum.info/_arabic
%% Note capital "A"rabic
بعد هامش وإقامة المتحدة و, أم السادس وبالرغم فقد. بعد أن صفحة شمال بداية, أسر حصدت تزامناً ما. ٣٠ نقطة المحيط بمحاولة مكن, مع شمال يتبقّ تحت. خلاف أكثر دون من, الأرض أعلنت فرنسية ٣٠ على.


Here's some Hindi:

%% Hindi lorem ipsum text from http://generator.lorem-ipsum.info/_hindi
जैसी जिम्मे ऎसाजीस दिनांक विवरण जनित बाटते भारतीय विचरविमर्श बढाता विषय वर्णित पुष्टिकर्ता किया बनाने ज्यादा लचकनहि पुर्णता वातावरण व्याख्या संस्क्रुति होभर चिदंश होसके अधिकार उसीएक् बीसबतेबोध अपनि हमेहो। संस्थान उपलब्धता बनाकर करने अपने प्राण समस्याओ बीसबतेबोध उपयोगकर्ता आशाआपस असक्षम बनाति देते बनाने सिद्धांत बीसबतेबोध ढांचामात्रुभाषा कर्य

And here's some Sanskrit:

सर्वे मानवाः स्वतन्त्राः समुत्पन्नाः वर्तन्ते अपि च, गौरवदृशा अधिकारदृशा च समानाः एव वर्तन्ते।

Here's some Chinese:



{\japanesefont 露の世は、露の世ながら、さりながら。}


{\koreanfont 피어나는 그들에게 바로 있음으로써 우리는 든 설레는 스며들어 칼이다}

Here's some Greek:

%% Lorem ipsum from http://generator.lorem-ipsum.info/_greek
Οδιο διστα ιμπεδιτ φιμ ει, αδ φελ αβχορρεανθ ελωκυενθιαμ, εξ εσε εξερσι γυβεργρεν ηας. Ατ μει σολετ σριπτορεμ. Ιυς αλια λαβωρε θε. Σιθ κυωτ νυσκυαμ ιρασυνδια αν, ωμνιυμ ελιγενδι ιν πρι. Παρτεμ φερθερεμ συσιπιαντυρ εξ ιυς, ναμ τωλλιτ ιυφαρεθ αδφερσαριυμ εα, πρω πρωπριαε σαεφολα ιδ. Ατ πρι δολορ νυσκυαμ.

Here's some Thai:

%% Lorem ipsum from http://lorem.in.th/
\XeTeXlinebreaklocale "th"
คอรัปชันจุ๊ยโปรดิวเซอร์ สถาปัตย์จ๊าบ แจ็กพ็อต ม้าหินอ่อน ซากุระคันถธุระ ฟีดสตาร์ท งี้ บอยคอตอิ่มแปร้สังโฆคำสาปแฟนซี ศิลปวัฒนธรรมไฟลท์จิ๊กโก๋กับดัก เจลพล็อตมาม่าซากุระดีลเลอร์ ซีนดัมพ์ แฮปปี้ เอ๊าะอุรังคธาตุซิม ฟินิกซ์เทรลเล่อร์อวอร์ด แคนยอนสมาพันธ์ ครัวซองฮัมอาข่าเอ็กซ์เพรส 

\section{How Do I Know What Fonts are Available on Overleaf?}

You can check the list here: \url{https://www.overleaf.com/help/193-what-otf-slash-ttf-fonts-are-supported-via-fontspec}

Tip: We have the Noto fonts!!

We're still in the process of updating the list of font names, so if you're in doubt, just send us an email!

  • Welcome to TeX.SX! The page says "you don't have permission to load this page". Either way, no LaTeX file depends on the editor. If you show us the file you are trying to compile or the error message we might be able to help. – Phelype Oleinik May 24 at 21:10
  • Please just post your Code here. Linking your code to another Website is more than suspicious and unnecessary. – DonFangzahn May 24 at 21:17
  • The first error I get is the missing FontAwesome. Can you show the log file as well, please? – Phelype Oleinik May 24 at 21:49
  • 1
    that test document uses an awful lot of fonts do you really need all of those languages in your real document? You do not say what error you got (which makes it very hard to help) but it would not be at all surprising if you do not have all those fonts installed locally. – David Carlisle May 24 at 22:37
  • Since it is a test file for Overleaf that specifically loads fonts generally available on Overleaf Servers it is highly tailored to work on Overleaf servers thus unlikely to work any where else without significant customisation. Long story short answer it would not work off-line without undoing or re-configuring user fonts for all the customisation. – user170109 May 25 at 1:08

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