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On Ubuntu 2020, the solution was pretty simple for a US thesaurus: $sudo apt install mythes-en-us TeXStudio finds the thesaurus automatically if you restart it. To search for other languages:$ apt search mythes

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Searching a bit in the source code (see here), I found that pdfs object may be related to PDFDocument. From here I also found a script involving the pdf viewer. Then I've made several attempts and I've figured out the solution: pdfs[0].widget().fitWidth();

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The main problem here is the \tikz command inside the \begin{circuitikz}...\end{circuitikz} environment (that is, really, fully equivalent to a tikzpicture one). \tikz command is best used for embedding small pictures in text; you should not nest it into the environment...

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When I try to use xelatex it comes back with Segmentation fault (core dumped) so I used lualatex instead on your MWE, which I edited slightly to comment out the files you did not provide, replacing them with a simple version of what I assume their contents are. % chapterprob.tex SE 555584 \PassOptionsToPackage{square,comma,numbers,sort&compress,super}{...

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Culprit was "hidden" and, honestly, unimaginable for me: \usepackage{datetime2} Without this package, the document compiles without problems. Interestingly, it doesn't create problem if you use a tabularx environment like this: \begin{tabularx}{<width>}{<cols>} \end{tabularx} But it does if you use it inside a \newenvironment with ...

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In a current version of biblatex labelprefix=P must be given as argument of the refcontext. Note that refcontexts are not fully supported by BibTeX, but with biblatex 3.14 the following will work. \documentclass[a4paper, twoside, 12pt]{thesis} \usepackage[natbib=true, style=numeric-comp, backend=bibtex8, defernumbers, maxnames=99]{biblatex} \begin{...

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Switching to pdfLaTeX from XeTeX solves the problem.

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There seem to be many ways to tinker with the editor's appearance, including those in the answer by TobiBS, but I have now worked out what was going on and have setup my editor how I like it. I found a (hidden to me in File Explorer) filepath C:\Users\MYUSERNAME\AppData\Roaming\texstudio which contained texstudio.ini. This must be a default file you get upon ...

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Do you still have the old installation available? In that case, open the installation that looks, how you want it to look, then click Options -- Save profile and save your .txsprofile to somewhere and move it to your new installation. There click Options -- Load profile to load it again. A restart might be needed. Then colors in general for the editor can ...

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