There has been a little gap in our PDF complier for a while now, occasionally everyone misses a bracket or is having a hard time working on tikz and they need the ability to cancel a compile.
We are really pleased to say that we have now added a ‘stop compile’ button that will cancel a compile during compilation. You will no longer have to wait for a compile to timeout if the LaTeX is caught in a loop, instead look for the square stop button during compile.
We know lots of you are already really happy with this addition.
We are constantly trying to improve the entire authoring workflow on ShareLaTeX, a core part of that has been references which we are investing a lot of time into. Following on from the ability to search for references via our amazing search feature we have added the ability to import your bibliography from Mendeley.
Look in the left hand menu to start the linking of your accounts and to pull in the latest version in future. Your bibliography will be pulled down into mendeley.bib which you can add as another reference source in your LaTeX code.
Everyone has been in that situation where LaTeX spits out some unintelligible error messages that takes 15 minutes to figure out what it means and how to fix it. At ShareLaTeX, we get a lot of messages from users about these difficult to understand errors, so we’ve started cataloging them and showing you quick actionable hints to help you fix the problem, right there in your project:
We’ve started with a few of the most common errors, but our final aim is to catalogue all (or nearly all) of the errors that you might encounter when using LaTeX.
Let us know what you think!
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