Posts tagged latex

Rejecting changes: How to 'revert a chunk' on Overleaf
By Lian Tze Lim
Reverting a chunk via the compare mode in Overleaf - animated gif

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Did you know that you can also revert specific changes ('chunks') to the previous version – perhaps to reject some changes made by a co-author, or to reverse a recent erroneous line of code, but accepting other edits?

Overleaf at Australian and NZ Industrial and Applied Maths (ANZIAM) 2016
Edward Waters - Overleaf Advisor
Edward Waters photo

Having been loudly singing the praises of Overleaf for years now, first as a PhD student and then as an ambassador and lecturer, I'm amazed that there are still a good proportion of LaTeX users who haven't heard of it. I was therefore eager to set up a booth at the Australian and NZ Industrial and Applied Mathematics conference, held in Australia's capital city, Canberra, from February 7-11 2016 to spread the word. This was especially the case since Overleaf had generously agreed to sponsor the Conference, specifically the production of the conference handbook which was compiled in Overleaf.

The Nano Ninjas won...again! #STEM4Girls #WomenInTech #Robots
The Nano Ninjas!
The Nano Ninjas team en route to their THINK award!

There's no stopping them! The Nano Ninjas march on to the Super-Regionals after winning the THINK award for their engineering notebook!

Easily create new projects from your university's official templates on Overleaf
By Tim Alby

Your affiliated university and academic society templates are now easily accessible from your projects dashboard! Simply click the 'New Project' button on your dashboard and the featured templates from your university or society's institutional license are right at the top to help you quickly get started.

Overleaf University and Society templates featured in new project modal

New partnership between Overleaf and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)
By Mary Anne Baynes
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Boston – Feb 25: The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) and Overleaf have announced a partnership providing PNAS authors with direct access to Overleaf, a cloud-based scientific authoring platform that makes it easy for researchers to write, collaborate, and publish documents.