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joseph.wright at morningstar2.co.uk
Tue Oct 25 09:41:17 CEST 2016
On 25/10/2016 07:34, Alain Latour wrote:
> I can not find answer to a question that seems simple ...
> On my Mac, with TeXShop I have a texmf directory that allows me to add things I often refer to
> in my latex files. For example, a .sty file to define colors for Beamer, macro sets, etc.
> All this live at the following address:
> But I also have to work on another computer under Windows 10 with TeXworks.
> I can not recreate a similar environment. Do you have an idea (simple if possible) of how I can proceed?
> I looked in FAQ, the only item talking about private file installations did not work.
> Alain Latour
This is not a feature of the editor but of your TeX system. On the Mac,
MacTeX is the normal set up and as you note uses ~/Library/texmf as the
root for local TeX files. On Windows, you might have TeX Live or MiKTeX
as your TeX system. The two work slightly differently:
- TeX Live uses %UserProfiel%\texmf, so for me C:\Users\joseph\texmf, as
- MiKTeX does not have an 'out of the box' pre-defined local root, but
you can add one from the Settings panel.
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