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Problems with TexStudio 2.7 spell checker
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Did you set the standard language to "en_GB" or "en_US" ? Please check under "options/configure TeXstudio/General" in section "Dictionaries"

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Convert existing BibTeX to BibJSON
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You can use pandoc-citeproc, which is a part of the excellent pandoc program, to convert your .bib file to a .json file. pandoc-citeproc --bib2json foo.bib > foo.json But I doubt the output will ...

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how to use Calc2LaTeX
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That's fairly easy. Open any spreadsheet and select the rows/columns you want to appear in your table. Go to "Extras / Execute Macro / My Macros/Calc2Latex". Click on "Main" in the right side and "...

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How to get the latest euroPass in LaTeX Europecv?
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Have a look at the package europasscv. It is actively maintained.

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How to disable auto-complete braces in TEXStudio?
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Please uncheck "Auto Complete Parentheses". It can be found "Options / configure TeXStudio" (see screenshot). It does work for me under TeXStudio 2.12.14. Edit: as for the shortcut CTRL+I. I don't ...

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Run biber in TexMaker, Ubuntu
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I believe the user command should just be biber % (as in TeXstudio). Credits to the guys in Biblatex + Biber + Texmaker + MiKTeX.

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Typesetting genealogical trees
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I have an "indirect" solution to your problem. There are two free programs that leap into mind that could solve your problem: A) Gramps www.gramps-project.org - a fully blown genealogy program (open ...

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Pandoc / Markdown: References on last page
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Pandoc can use a number file formats (.bib, .ris, etc.) to generate your bibliography. Have a look at the documentation here. You need to put a header like: # References # into your .md document ...

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Why does PGFplots not recognize my expression?
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Try: \addplot[no markers, blue]{x^2-3*x+4}; That should work.

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How to use pandoc-citeproc in raw latex block of a markdown document?
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I am afraid there is no solution with pandoc-citeproc. Pandoc does not support direct PDF output if you pass the option -R (parse raw LaTeX). I would rather pipe the output as follows. pandoc -s -S --...

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pandoc does not recognize Chinese characters
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The conversion to PDF uses LaTex as the backend. You will need to specify a suitable mainfont with chinese glyphs. You can do this by putting the following section at the top of your .md document, e.g....

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Producing LaTex tables from OpenOffice Calc
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Have a look at the package odsfile, it requires lualatex to work.

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Pandoc md to tex: code + enumerate interaction
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The following code looks OK to me. I have used a fenced code block, but it should also work with backticks. - Test your code - Don't use structures like this ~~~ {.cpp} // printf("hello world");...

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Can I use biblatex to produce processed tex file for use with pandoc?
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Depending on the complexity of your source document, you should also be able to get a decent result with pandoc when converting directly from .tex to .docx. Pick an appropriate Chicago-style from the ...

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Error with the pandoc beamer template when using bibliography
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Looks like a bug to me (I get the same error with the pandoc 1.15.1 on Ubuntu 14.04) , because you can resolve the citation with pandoc -s -s -t beamer --bibliography=foo.bib --filter pandoc-...

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Latex Template for this type of Resume
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Maybe it's a variation of this template? Medium length graduate CV (http://www.latextemplates.com/template/medium-length-graduate-cv) - the contact information is set as two-column.

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Quattrocento in Ubuntu 14.04 (TeXLive 2014)
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I have done a search on my system (Kubuntu 14.04): sudo apt-cache search quattrocento fonts-quattrocento - classic, elegant, sober and strong Roman typeface texlive-fonts-extra - TeX Live: ...

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Pressing ^p compiles on texstudio
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You can find any defined keystrokes in "Options / configure TeXStudio / Shortcuts" And from there most likely in the "Tools" section.

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Vanilla TeXlive and wxMaxima on Ubuntu
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Did you finalise the TeXLive installation according to these instructions? If you don't provide a "fake" TeX Debian package, it is likely to break your TeXLive setup. Credits to user "cfr"!

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System encoding in TexStudio 2.8
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I am on TeXStudio 2.8 and I see "System" as a default encoding. It's available in the "Editor" menu.

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Texstudio bibliography templates
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I had to look that up too: Section 4.3 of the user manual defines those as "optional entries" hence the prefix "OPT". As Mico mentioned if you want any of the optioal stuff to appear, you will need to ...

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TeXstudio-2.6.6 loading of dictionary failed; hyph_en_US.dic file missing
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That is rather easy to fix. Download this file from here: http://extensions.libreoffice.org/extension-center/american-british-canadian-spelling-hyphen-thesaurus-dictionaries/releases/3.0/kpp-american-...

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How can I make a set of latex flashcards that I can print to write my answers on one side?
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You may want to check out a program called "Anki" (http://ankisrs.net/). It is a opensource flashcard program with support for Latex formulas (via dvipng) and is available for every platform (incl. ...

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how to use Calc2LaTeX
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It could well be that the package calc2latex is no longer working at all. It was unmaintained in 2014 already. There is however another package that works even better, odsfile, which has many more ...

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Converting LaTeX with citations to MediaWiki
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You need to specify the bibliography in order to make it work: pandoc -f latex -t mediawiki --bibliography=mediawiki.bib mediawiki.tex -o mediawiki.wiki You can also specify a CSL style to format ...

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Installed texlive, but can't find it on hard drive
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You have most likely forgotten to enter the installation path into the file "/etc/environment" Enter the full path, which is most likely "/usr/local/texlive/2014/bin/x86_64-linux/" into the line "...

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Smartdiagram error when compile
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There is no need to specify the additional packages. Smartdiagram will call them automatically. Your MWE is correct and compiles (Kubuntu 12.10 but with a complete "vanilla Latex installation"). I had ...

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