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Converting my comment above into an answer, just because I had to Google it all over again after getting a new Mac, and rediscovering this Q&A (and my comment). For people with Mac OS X and who want to add a folder of styles from, say, a project you have under source control, do this (in a shell): tmp=$(kpsexpand '$TEXMFHOME')/tex mkdir -p $tmp cd $tmp ...


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Here is the answer given by Aleksander Simonic, the creator of WinEdt: You are probably also using TeXAux folder to redirect output files. Correct? If so, start Options Menu -> Execution Modes. For compilers that you are using (such as PDFLaTeX, bibtex, etc...) add a switch: --include-directory="%P" These switches are no longer used in the default ...


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