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If you installed TeX through a package manager, you want to install new packages for it through the same package manager. You mention that this is Manjaro, so you would want to search the package list with pacman -Ss for keywords or pacman -Qo for files. Or you might look for a package online. Or, do a full installation of TeX Live, and you will probably ...


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A solution without loading the full font package: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} % \usepackage{newtxsf} % from the question, not needed here. \makeatletter \newcommand*{\FiraSans@scale}{.85} \makeatother \newcommand*{\FiraSans}{% \fontfamily{FiraSans-LF}% \selectfont } \DeclareTextFontCommand{\textFiraSans}{\FiraSans} \begin{...


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(This is an extended version of my previous comment.) I'm not familiar with TeXMaker, but TeXstudio does the desired thing. That is, in TeXstudio, auto-completion for comma-separated citations in \cite{...} is supported, if package biblatex is loaded, then that in \parencite{...} is also supported. Moreover, suppose you have \newcommand\mycite[2][]{\cite[#...


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You have to put the \addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{Table of Contents} before the \tableofcontents{}, and the same for the others. And if you want the List of Tables to start on a new page, insert \newpage before it, same for the others. The \newpage must be before the \addcontentsline. And there must be a \newpage before changing the \pagenumbering. ...


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Hope this meets your requirement: \documentclass{book} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage[scaled=.85]{FiraSans} \usepackage{newtxsf} \begin{document} \textsf{FiraSans} \end{document} Output


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