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When I was adding superscripts to one of my research articles, I ran into a similar problem. The easiest way I found was to wrap the text with $, which activates inline math mode. Example: $ 1^{2} $ Result: 12 I hope this information can help someone and save some time.


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When I was adding superscripts to one of my research articles, I ran into a similar problem. The easiest way I found was to wrap the text with $, which activates inline math mode. Example: $ 1^{2} $ Result: 12 I hope this information can help.


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The unclosed brace was in one of my last sections like LTRFootnote{\lr{something}. To detect it I noticed the sections and chapters after this section are not displayed in the panel of Structure. So this hint can be useful to detect the section containing the problem.


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To resolve the problem, I followed these few steps: Open the Windows start menu and search for the MiKTeX console. Right-click and select "Run as administrator" In the MiKTeX console, select "Switch to MiKTeX administrator mode." Click "Check for updates" Finally, click "Update now"


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Qt6 is a software package. So there is little you can do, until some people remove this bug. Using the internal pdf viewer isn't the only option, and often it's not even the best one. Open you .pdf in Adobe reader, or in a webbroswer like Firefox instead. The broswer may be the default program et for .pdf on your computer, while the Adobe reader provides ...


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