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epstopdf-base currently assumes the presence of a file epstopdf-sys.cfg which sets up a system command to do the external conversion of the EPS files to PDF. In texlive this is /usr/local/texlive/2019/texmf-dist/tex/latex/latexconfig/epstopdf-sys.cfg but apparently miktex does not set this default. It is not good that the package requires a cfg file ...


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It's standard TeXstudio possibility: highlight some text by mouse and press Ctrl + B and whereupon you get \textbf{some text}.


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This should work, especially if you want to do more than just make it bold. Put that in the personal macros entry. %SCRIPT var text=cursor.selectedText() if(text.length>0) { //cut selected text cursor.removeSelectedText() editor.write("\\textbf{"); editor.write(text); editor.write("}"); } Based on: https://sourceforge.net/p/...


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You say you use TeXStudio while TeXStudio is editing software for creating and maintaining .tex-source-files. You wish to have a macro for maintaining unique ids in terms of \xplain{...}-entries in note-environments. So the question arises: Do you wish the macro to be an editor-macro which is part of your configuration of TeXStudio and which is available ...


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If the identifier doesn't have to be cryptic, I'd suggest to use a very simple function that maps the date where you start a card to an ID, in an injective way (in this message, the word “date” really means date + time, i.e.: something precise enough to distinguish each card). This ensures that a card always has the same ID and that any two cards started at ...


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Go to Options -> Configure TeXstudio..., check Show Advanced Options in the bottom left corner, go to Adv. Editor, under Structure Panel check Keep indentation of includes in structure tree.


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I had a similar problem with a large document and many input tex-files. Texstudio was especially slow when I tried to comment lines out with shortcut ctrl+T. Also deleting curly brackets was ridiculously slow. It seemed that Texstudio loads all references in the background. Disable following option: Options -> Editor -> "Automatically load included ...


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\documentclass{article} \usepackage{tikz} \usepackage[american voltages]{circuitikz} \begin{document} \begin{circuitikz}[scale=2] \draw (0,0) to[voltmeter,label={}] (2,0); \end {circuitikz} \end{document}


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I've found the problem. The $PATH to the binaries needed to be set in both .bashrc and .profile. Now everthing works just fine!


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Why yes, there is! Go to: Options > Configure TeXstudio > Adv. Editor > Table Formatting > Special Commands and add: \cmidrule, \cmidrule(rl), \cmidrule( ... Unfortunately, you need to add all (*) variants you use, since each case is treated as a separate command. Note: full credit here, I am only reposting Q & A here to help future users!


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To disable inline preview Go to "Configure preview" "preview" tab disable "auto update" and make "auto update delay" very high


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