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If someone is after an easy workaround, then here it is: First, you have to initialise the TeX conversion system by simply calling something like TeXForm[1] when you are working on a fresh Kernel.

After that it is simply

System`Convert`TeXFormDump`maketex["x"] = "{\\bf x}";
TeXForm[x^2 + 1]
(* {\bf x}^2+1 *)

For a detailed explanation, please see herehere.

Note that this only works around the issue and doesn't explain, why it is not working as described.

If someone is after an easy workaround, then here it is: First, you have to initialise the TeX conversion system by simply calling something like TeXForm[1] when you are working on a fresh Kernel.

After that it is simply

System`Convert`TeXFormDump`maketex["x"] = "{\\bf x}";
TeXForm[x^2 + 1]
(* {\bf x}^2+1 *)

For a detailed explanation, please see here.

Note that this only works around the issue and doesn't explain, why it is not working as described.

If someone is after an easy workaround, then here it is: First, you have to initialise the TeX conversion system by simply calling something like TeXForm[1] when you are working on a fresh Kernel.

After that it is simply

System`Convert`TeXFormDump`maketex["x"] = "{\\bf x}";
TeXForm[x^2 + 1]
(* {\bf x}^2+1 *)

For a detailed explanation, please see here.

Note that this only works around the issue and doesn't explain, why it is not working as described.

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If someone is after an easy workaround, then here it is: First, you have to initialise the TeX conversion system by simply calling something like TeXForm[1] when you are working on a fresh Kernel.

After that it is simply

System`Convert`TeXFormDump`maketex["x"] = "{\\bf x}";
TeXForm[x^2 + 1]
(* {\bf x}^2+1 *)

For a detailed explanation, please see here.

Note that this only works around the issue and doesn't explain, why it is not working as described.