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Biblatex and biber in VS Code

I've just changed from TexMaker to VS Code and have since been unable to compile .tex documents that use .bib bibliographies and biblatex with biber. I have also tried bibtex, but it doesn't work ...
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Configure Latexmk to copy pdf to a folder in working directory

Here's what I have in my .latexmkrc file: $out_dir = '/home/user/Programme/Temp/'; $pdflatex = 'lualatex -synctex=1 -file-line-error -halt-on-error -interaction=nonstopmode --shell-escape %O %S &&...
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VS code/Latex Workshop: -output-driver in latex-workshop.latex.tools

I reduce the compression of gzip when compiling large files with XeLaTeX with the XeLaTeX command line option -output-driver='xdvipdfmx -z0'(see Speeding up LaTeX compilation). When I add this line ...
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Output *.pdf file to a different directory using latexmk

I'm using latexmk in Visual Studio Code and I'd like to output the .pdf file to the current directory (same directory as the .tex file), while outputting all auxiliary files to a different directory. ...
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PDF Preview in Visual Studio Code

In this question, the setup of LaTeX in VS Code is explained in one of the answers. I followed the instructions, and am indeed able to compile a LaTeX document in VS Code, with the PDF output as ...
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How can I get VSCode's LaTeX Workshop to find the right installation of TeX?

I've installed TeX Live and Visual Studio Code with the LaTeX Workshop extension. Previously, I'd installed LyX. VSCode is looking at the LyX installation. I know this because I had an error ...
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Save auxiliary Latex files in another folder in VSC

I have started to configure VSC as my default latex text editor, using the "Latex Workshop" extension. My question is: How can I make the auxiliary files generated when compiling the project be saved ...
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“command 'vscode.previewHtml' not found”, cannot get preivew of latex

I have this error flashing everytime I try to use VS for Latex. I have no idea how to proceed. One thing I noticed is that it can load pdf that already exists in the folder. error: command '...
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Umlaut not working in Windows

I'm fairly new to LaTeX and wanted to setup my Visual Studio Code to work with LaTeX. At the moment the compiler always throws an error when I am trying to compile a document with umlauts in it. I ...
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Building latex project in VS Code through command line

I would like to build a latex project from the command line on a build server. We write the most latex documents in Visual Studio Code with the LaTeX Workshop extension by James Yu. I have managed to ...
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Single-character lists - Doing more with less typing

One of my favorite things in Org mode in Emacs or Markdown is that I can quickly build lists by just doing: - Something - Foo - Bar and it would automatically recognize that as an actual list. In ...
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How to compile Overleaf LaTeX template in VS code using LaTeX workshop?

I am trying to compile the following template : https://www.overleaf.com/articles/ismail-shaikhs-business-cv/hwqzkdzjtpcb on VS code version with LaTeX workshop version 8.4.1. The .tex file compiles ...
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How to enable `shell escape' (or `write18') - Visual Studio Code (Latex Workshop extension)

I am working on a .tex file inside Visual Studio Code with the Latex Workshop extension installed. I get following error message when I want Latex to compile .svg files for me, following this post ...
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How to configure LaTeX in Visual Studio Code to compile PSTricks or dvips?

I would like to know how I should configure or what I should install to be able to compile graphics with PSTricks, for example in an editor such as TeXMaker, simply compile in the form latex + dvips + ...