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Testing tex4ebook to generate basic EPubs
Testing tex4ebook to generate basic EPubs
A very experimental hackety hack to export EPubs from LaTeX on Overleaf, using tex4ebook. After creating a new project from this template and when compilaton has completed, download the generated .epub file using the steps described here. In this sample set-up, the .epub export will only be triggered if the project is set to compile with pdfLaTeX and will likely fail with many packages; this is a very basic example and this is a hackety-hack. See the tex4ebook Github repository for documentation and discussion; though bear in mind that .Overleaf does not necessary have the most up-to-date tex4ebook release.
LianTze Lim
Pseudocode Example
Pseudocode Example
An example showing how to use pseudocode in Algorithmcx.
IserlohnArchmage
Exercício de Nivelamento - Lógica II
Exercício de Nivelamento - Lógica II
Exercício de nivelamento de Lógica II, feito pelo aluno Fellipe de Carvalho Silva na UFRJ, em 2018.2.
Fellipe de Carvalho Silva
PagedeGardeMem
PagedeGardeMem
Page de garde memoire, version arabe, tikz, tcolorbox, polyglossia, fancybox.
SIFI Khedidja
EDV WS17/18 Abschlussbericht-Shazam Ali Shah
EDV WS17/18 Abschlussbericht-Shazam Ali Shah
A report example in German
Shazam Ali Shah
Carta Convite para Composição de Membro em Banca Examinadora
Carta Convite para Composição de Membro em Banca Examinadora
TCC1..2: Modelo de Carta Convite para Composição de Banca do Curso de Licenciatura em Informática da UTFPR-FB Template por Francisco Reinaldo (http://lattes.cnpq.br/7401534350061823) Inspirado na carta de Andreza Quintas :) 06 jun 18 versao 1a 31oct18 versao 2link Agradecimentos a Overleaf pela oportunidade
Francisco Reinaldo
Using LuaTeX to run software installed on Overleaf’s servers
Using LuaTeX to run software installed on Overleaf’s servers
This example shows how to use LuaTeX to run software tools and utilities installed on Overleaf’s servers, including how to capture, and then typeset, text that would normally be displayed in a terminal window.
Graham Douglas
Using Jurabib for Oxford style footcite with the normal cite command
Using Jurabib for Oxford style footcite with the normal cite command
For creating a humanities style for references, this short example shows how to cite by the Oxford method with footnotes, and with titles in italics.
Andreas Sjostedt
The first six levels of the Sierpinski triangle
The first six levels of the Sierpinski triangle
The first six levels of the Sierpinski triangle in LaTeX. For some beautiful variations (and more information), see http://www.oftenpaper.net/sierpinski.htm
Jake on TeX SE