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Polyglossia français debugué

Posted on June 13, 2018 by Geekographie Maïeulesque Feed

J'avais publié il y a quelques temps deux articles des bugs de polyglossia lorsqu'on utilise le français : un bug sur les espaces autours des signes de ponctuations avec les derniers versions de XeTeX ; un bug sur les espaces dans les guillemets. Bien que résolu depuis longtemps sur le dépôt github, ces bugs n'ont été déposé sur le CTAN qu'en avril 2018. La nouvelle version de polyglossia (1.42.5), qui résoud cela, est livrée avec la TeXLive (...) - Bugs et debugs

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We’ve been nominated for the Digital Top 50 Awards and will be pitching at Tech Open Air in Berlin!

Posted on June 6, 2018 by Overleaf Feed

The Digital Top 50 awards or DT50 were created by Google, McKinsey and Rocket Internet to celebrate the bold and trailblazing work of European entrepreneurs. The yearly awards assess top entrepreneurial talent from five categories: B2B and B2C Start-ups and Scale-ups as well as Tech for Social Impact Companies. We’re excited to announce that Overleaf has been nominated for the B2C scale-up category and one of our co-founders John Hammersley will be pitching the latest on Overleaf, our collaborative writing and publishing platform, at Tech Open Air (TOA) Berlin. TOA is Europe’s leading interdisciplinary technology festival and is where the DT50 winner will be announced the same day as the pitches on 21st June.

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The TeX Frequently Asked Question List: New hosting

Posted on June 3, 2018 by Some TeX Developments Feed

The TeX Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) List has been a fixture of the TeX world for many years. It started out as a regular column in the (now dormant) UK-TUG journal Baskerville, before being taken up as an essentially one-person project by Robin Fairbairns. Since Robin’s retirement, the FAQ have remained available online but essentially ... Read moreThe TeX Frequently Asked Question List: New hosting

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Tip of the Week: Overleaf v2 Collaboration Features

Posted on May 30, 2018 by Overleaf Feed

This is the fourth in a series of tips highlighting features available in Overleaf v2. If you'd like to try v2 for yourself, the beta is now open to the public at https://v2.overleaf.com. Overleaf v2 offers an impressive collection of new and upgraded collaboration features. The collaborative editing is faster and smoother than in Overleaf v1, and it shows you where your collaborators' cursors are as they type. The new track changes mode lets you see exactly what has been changed by your collaborators, and allows you to accept or reject each individual change. You can also comment on ranges of text in your document for precise communication.

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Macquarie University Successfully Provides Overleaf Accounts to over 40,000 Students and 3,000 Staff

Posted on May 22, 2018 by Overleaf Feed

LONDON, UK: May 22, 2018—Overleaf, an innovative provider of scholarly writing and publishing tools, and Macquarie University Library have successfully partnered to provide Overleaf to over 40,000 students and 3,000 staff at Macquarie University—easily and conveniently accessed via an Overleaf custom portal.

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TUGboat 39:1 published

Posted on May 21, 2018 by TeX Users Group Feed

TUGboat volume 39, number 1 (a regular issue) has been mailed to TUG members. It is also available online and from the TUG store. Please consider joining or renewing your TUG membership if you haven't already.

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TeX Live 2018 available

Posted on May 20, 2018 by TeX talk Feed

TeX Live 2018 was released on 28 April 2018. I waited some days until I did the…

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texdoc.net

Posted on May 20, 2018 by Some TeX Developments Feed

After a bit of an interruption in service, the great texdoc.net is back on-line. For those not familiar, it provides a web interface to the texdoc command from TeX Live/MiKTeX. So you can type in (or link to) a package name and see the current docs: for example http://texdoc.net/pkg/siunitx. The updated site now has TeX ... Read moretexdoc.net

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Tip of the Week: Overleaf v2 Reference Search

Posted on May 18, 2018 by Overleaf Feed

This is the third in a series of tips highlighting features available in Overleaf v2. If you'd like to try v2 for yourself, the beta is now open to the public at https://v2.overleaf.com. Overleaf v2 lets you search your bibliography to quickly and easily insert the correct citation. As well as simple auto-complete of your bibliography keys, you can choose to search your bibliography entries by author name, title, publisher or year. This will save you time from wading through your .bib files looking for the right keys, or trying to remember them.

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Tip of the Week: Overleaf v2 Link Sharing

Posted on May 18, 2018 by Overleaf Feed

This is the second in a series of tips highlighting features available in Overleaf v2. If you'd like to try v2 for yourself, the beta is now open to the public at https://v2.overleaf.com. Link sharing is an easy way to distribute your project to collaborators. In Overleaf v1, link sharing is on by default. In v2, it's off by default, but you can easily turn it on.

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TeX Live 2018 released

Posted on May 16, 2018 by TeX Users Group Feed

TeX Live 2018 has been released, along with the entire TeX Collection 2018. The DVD is in production and will be mailed to TUG, and most other TeX user group, members when manufacturing is complete (expected by the first week of June). The software can also be downloaded in various ways, and the DVD ordered from TUG store. Please consider joining or renewing your membership in TUG or another TeX user group, and thanks if you already have. Thanks to all the contributors.

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Two quick updates to Overleaf v2 based on your feedback

Posted on May 16, 2018 by Overleaf Feed

Following our announcement at the start of May that the public beta of Overleaf v2 is now open for all, we’ve been collating your early feedback and first impressions of the new platform over the past couple of weeks. As expected, this is a mix of feedback on features we’re continuing to develop for v2 (such as the rich text mode), along with some small UI/UX issues you ran into when trying out the new platform. We’ve now released some updates to v2 to address the most common of those small issues, which were concentrated on the look and feel of the code editor within v2 (compared to the existing Overleaf and ShareLaTeX editors), and on the wording around archived/deleted projects on the dashboard.

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Congratulations Skye! Winner of the Overleaf Award for Most Entertaining Talk :)

Posted on May 12, 2018 by Overleaf Feed

Through a series of happy coincidences, Overleaf was able to support the recent 1st Annual Trent Mathematical Science Research Symposium. Our sponsorship allowed us to offer an award, and 'most entertaining talk' seemed like a worthy prize! We're thus delighted to share the news that the winner of the Overleaf Award for Most Entertaining Talk was Skye Griffith.

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Stages LaTeX Dunkerque : Biblatex et Biber

Posted on May 11, 2018 by Geekographie Maïeulesque Feed

Dans le cadre du stage LaTeX organisé à Dunkerque le 13 juin par l'IUT génie thermique, je donnerais une formation sur Biblatex et Biber. Afin de permettre de préparer au mieux cette formation, je propose aux personnes intéressées (et déjà inscrite au stage) de remplir le questionnaire ci-dessous. - BibLaTeX

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Ten years of work in Wiadomości Matematyczne

Posted on May 7, 2018 by Content AND Presentation Feed

I mentioned a few times on this very blog that I work for a certain journal, Wiadomości Matematyczne. Last year was my tenth anniversary of my job there, and I gave a talk on the joint Polish TeX Users Group and TUG conference to celebrate that. Well, a few weeks ago my TUG paper based on that talk went public. If you are interested in LaTeX and want to learn something about what it looks like to use it to typeset a journal, it may be a nice read. Enjoy!

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