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$ is a special character which have to be escaped to be considered litterately \documentclass{article} \usepackage{tikz} \begin{document} Consider the following picture. \[ \begin{tikzpicture} \node (X) {\$X\$}; % this X should be enclosed in a dollar sign \node[right of= X] (Y) {\$Y\$}; % this Y should be enclosed in a dollar sign ...


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The square brackets around the word "Compiling" in the mini-buffer usually indicates a recursive-edit is active and that there was an error of some type and that the *Backtrace* buffer is still open. Switch to the *Backtrace* buffer to read what it says and correct the error. Then, try killing the *Backtrace* buffer by pressing the letter q while ...


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This is covered in the AucTeX manual, specifically the section (auctex) Starting Viewers. The command to launch a viewer is: -- Command: TeX-view ('C-c C-v') Start a viewer without confirmation. The viewer is started either on a region or the master file, depending on the last command issued. This is especially useful for jumping to the location ...


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