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Reviving this old post for anyone still looking: Overleaf offers git support anymore. You get a git-compatible link and you can pull the project on your computer, work offline, and then push to the online editor and continue from there.


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In Sagemath cloud, upload the required *.ins files and create the .sty by un-commenting the \input commands below: % 2016-01-29 stripped % The following files were used to create the style sheets %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% %\input eforms.ins %\input insdljs.ins %\input taborder.ins \documentclass{article}


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One of the main differences I saw is in the use of BibTeX: overleaf gives you popup access to a search windows when typing \citep{}, making easy to find the key you want to use, while ShareLaTeX does nothing.



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