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The issue has been solved. I simply uninstalled LaTeX by moving the TeX folders in /Applications and /Library to the trash and then installed the latest version of MacTeX (my previous install was from 2017) and TeXmaker (the LaTex editor I use). I then simply had to declare \UseRawInputEncoding in the preamble of my documents. Hopefully my experience can ...

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This Code Prepended worked for me. I am using TikzEdt 0.2.3.0, Miktex 4.4, and Windows 11. % Code Prepended \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tikz,amsmath, amssymb,bm,color} \usepackage[margin=0cm,nohead]{geometry} \usepackage[active,tightpage]{preview} \usetikzlibrary{shapes,arrows} % needed for BB \usetikzlibrary{calc} %begin{document} \...

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There are many options to Count You Words of a Latex Document. The best one https://www.word-counter.io/

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If with "math stack" you mean Mathematics StackExchange at <https://math.stackexchange.com/>: The code people write at Mathematics StackExchange is not LaTeX. It is Markdown, (<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markdown>), interspersed with commands in TeX-Syntax, wrapped between \$...\$ or between \$\$...\$\$. But these commands are not rendered ...

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dbshow provides a way to do such things. The example below shows how to filter questions with different conditionals (or the combination). Four groups of questions are filtered and displayed. hard questions hard questions that have been answered incorrectly for more than one time questions that plan to be reviewed on 2022-01-07 questions that is record ...

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There was a ":" instead of ";" at the end of the last line of the \draw command. To find errors, disable "%" the last line you typed before the error appeared, and compile. If there are no errors, the previous error is on the disabled line "%" place each \draw command on separate lines for easy viewing and ...

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