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This is a common issue regarding sub- and superscripts in TeX4ht. The _ and ^ characters are not active in the preamble, so commands defined here don't work correctly. It is best to use the \sp and \sb commands instead: \newcommand \coeffX [4][X]{\mathbf{#1}\sb{#2,#3}(#4)} This is the result:


About -n option Christian suggested to use -n option to get the insight of the used command, e.g. epstopdf -n --outfile=images/kkk-eps-converted-to.pdf images/kkk.eps What you got is mgs.exe -q -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -dSAFER -dAutoRotatePages=/None -dPDFSETTINGS=/prepress -dMaxSubsetPct=100 -dSubsetFonts=true -dEmbedAllFonts=true -sOutputFile=images/kkk-eps-...


Re-install MiKTeX and don't update. Worked like a charm for me.


I contacted the author of the package, and it was indeed a problem with the version available on CTAN. He sent an update of the Cochineal package, and now everything works fine!


I was able to solve this by restoring the default commands in TeXStudio. Follow a simmilar path to Teun Options > Configure TeXstudio... > Commands > LaTeX and click the arrow button to the right of each command. Somehow the default commands were not restored even when I uninstalled and reinstalled TeXStudio. Not quite sure how that happened but this fix ...


Seems like TeXstudio suffers from some bugs after changing the editor language! In my case, I changed from German to English, which had the effect that the Meta Commands were set to some wrong values internally, as it appears. For all the entries under Options -> Configure TeXstudio -> Build, i.e. the following: Build & View Default Compiler ...

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