Patrick
2013-09-26
Hi!
I am new to TeXstudio and wondering why I get errors when using the "Numbered equation \begin{equation}" command from the Math menu? Its throwing errors like "bad math environment delimiter" and "Display math should end with $$".
Thanks for help.
Patrick
Jan Sundermeyer
2013-09-26
The command only inserts "\begin{equation} \end{equation}"
so where do you get said error ? In the latex compilation ?
On 26.09.2013 19:03, Patrick wrote:
Hi!
I am new to TeXstudio and wondering why I get errors when using the
"Numbered equation \begin{equation}" command from the Math menu? Its
throwing errors like "bad math environment delimiter" and "Display math
should end with $$".Thanks for help.
Patrick
Error with TeXstudios own commands
https://sourceforge.net/p/texstudio/discussion/907840/thread/3bb9c387/?limit=50#45e6
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Patrick
2013-09-26
Yes after clicking on Build&View. In the Editor the \end{equation} line and the one above that are highlighted red for error.
Jan Sundermeyer
2013-09-26
This is a latex error or more precisely a syntax error of your latex
source. You should ask at a mailing list for latex questions.
On 26.09.2013 20:41, Patrick wrote:
Yes after clicking on Build&View. In the Editor the \end{equation} line
and the one above that are highlighted red for error.
Error with TeXstudios own commands
https://sourceforge.net/p/texstudio/discussion/907840/thread/3bb9c387/?limit=25#3e85
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