This page aggregates blog entries by people who are writing about TeX and related topics.

December News Update

Posted on December 12, 2019 by Overleaf Feed

As we bring the year to a close, we’re excited to share some significant recent milestones and new announcements!

Read this post in context »

Overleaf Supports the UNG Mathematics Immersion Project

Posted on December 3, 2019 by Overleaf Feed

The University of North Georgia (UNG) Math Immersion Project is focused on helping mathematics majors transition from problem-solving math courses to proof-intensive courses. Overleaf was a core element of how the Immersion Project functioned during its initial pilot in the fall of 2018, and will once again be used throughout the second iteration of the project this year.

Read this post in context »

Celebrating over five million users, a quarter million daily actives, and over five years of dedicated user support

Posted on November 28, 2019 by Overleaf Feed

Earlier this month we hit a number of significant milestones at Overleaf that we’d like to share with you all 😊

Read this post in context »

Using inotifywait to generate files on the fly

Posted on November 25, 2019 by Content AND Presentation Feed

Sometimes I want to edit some file which is then transformed to some kind of “target” format, suitable for watching. It might be a LaTeX file, a Markdown file converted to HTML, or a HTML file converted to PDF (as it was the case for me some time ago).

Read this post in context »

New Feature: Using Archive and Trash to Keep your Projects Organized

Posted on November 25, 2019 by Overleaf Feed

We’ve made some changes to how the Archived Projects folder works on Overleaf, and we’ve added a new folder called Trashed Projects. Here’s how they now work together.

Read this post in context »

Kalender mit tikz-calendar erstellen

Posted on November 24, 2019 by Uwe Ziegenhagen Feed

Hier ein Beispiel, wie man mit tikz-calendar Jahreskalender erstellen kann. Kalenderereignisse müssen in einer externen Datei abgelegt werden, im Beispiel ist das die Die Farbnamen für die einzelnen Elemente lassen sich in nachlesen. \documentclass{tikz-kalender} \setup{% lang=german, year=2020, showweeknumbers=true, title={Urlaub}, xcoloroptions={x11names}, titleColor=cyan, eventColor=brown, periodColor=lime, monthBGcolor=red, monthColor=Purple0, workdayColor=yellow, saturdayColor=magenta, sundayColor=orange, events={meineevents} % Einbinden der events-Datei […]

Read this post in context »

November News Update

Posted on November 14, 2019 by Overleaf Feed

As we edge closer to the end of the year, we are starting to wrap up 2019 projects and look ahead to what 2020 will bring. But before that, we’d love to fill you in on some exciting recent developments.

Read this post in context »

New Feature: Transfer Project Ownership on Overleaf

Posted on November 12, 2019 by Overleaf Feed

We’re delighted to present a new feature on Overleaf that enables project owners to transfer the ownership of projects to a collaborator. So if you have to take a step back from a particular project, for whatever reason—perhaps you started a project but are no longer involved, or you’re heading out on holiday and would like a collaborator to manage it whilst you’re away—you can now do so in a few simple clicks.

Read this post in context »

TUGboat 40:3 published

Posted on November 10, 2019 by TeX Users Group Feed

TUGboat volume 40, number 3, a regular issue, has been mailed to TUG members. It is also available online and from the TUG store. In addition, prior TUGboat issue 40:2, the TUG 2019 (Palo Alto) proceedings, is now publicly available. Please consider joining or renewing your TUG membership if you haven't already, and thanks.

Read this post in context »

siunitx v3 alpha 2

Posted on November 2, 2019 by Some TeX Developments Feed

I’ve been talking about a new version of siunitx for a number of years now, and progress has been slower than I’d hoped. After something of a hiatus (I released the first alpha last year), I’ve been back looking at the code again and expanding the range of tests to try to pick up more of the hidden bugs. I’m hoping now to have a reasonably regular alpha series as I build toward a first feature-complete beta, probably by the Spring. Taking advantage of the possibilities offered by GitHub and Travis-CI, I’ve decided to place the zip files there rather than upload them here to my blog. (To be fair, the blog itself is currently hosted by GitHub too!) The work on version 3 is taking place throughout the codebase, but the differences between the first and second alpha versions are focussed in two areas Testing the backward-compatibility options Beginning to implement quantities There are still a lot of features to add, but for me the code works as a user. Of course, I don’t use most of the features! One thing that’s definitely not done is full compatibility with version 2 font features. At the moment, I feel I’ll ...

Read this post in context »

TeX Live/Debian updates 20191030

Posted on October 31, 2019 by There and back again Feed

Another month, another update of TeX Live in Debian with the usual long list of updated and new packages. The reappearance of turtle graphics via PStricks packages pst-turtle made me laugh. I used turtle...

Read this post in context »

Notice of 2019 Annual General Meeting

Posted on October 25, 2019 by UK-TUG Feed

The 2019 UK-TUG Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Saturday 16th November at 14:00. The meeting will take place in the Fletcher Room, Trinity College, Oxford, OX1 3BH. We hope that as members as possible will be able to attend the AGM. Notice is hereby given for the following. 1. Election of Chair There were no nominations in 2018 for the position of Chair, which is therefore vacant. Anyone…

Read this post in context »

Overleaf Server Pro v2 is Now Available!

Posted on October 24, 2019 by Overleaf Feed

At Overleaf we’re always looking at ways to continually improve our product. Since we joined forces with ShareLaTeX in mid-2017, we’ve worked hard to bring the best elements of Overleaf and ShareLaTeX together. With the new combined platform successfully launched and new features being frequently added, we’ve now brought a number of those upgrades to our on-premise solutions - Overleaf Community Edition and Overleaf Server Pro!

Read this post in context »

Overleaf at CERN: Supporting Thousands of Research Collaborations

Posted on October 22, 2019 by Overleaf Feed

In 2016, CERN was looking to adopt a single, collaborative authoring tool to provide to their researchers. They conducted a year-long trial of three platforms, with Overleaf ( emerging as the best fit.

Read this post in context »

New Overleaf PayPal gateway: what you need to know

Posted on October 21, 2019 by Overleaf Feed

As we continue to work on making our systems more efficient, we have recently updated our PayPal payment gateway. This change may affect some customers who previously paid their subscription via PayPal as they may receive a ‘payment declined’ notification. Here's what you need to know.

Read this post in context »

Earlier posts