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You can put your log in \SetPaperLocation{...} with an \includegraphics within a \raisebox{-0.5\height}{...} to have it vertically centered. The template is from Overleaf, the link in your comment: https://www.overleaf.com/latex/templates/newspaper-slash-news-letter-template/wjxxhkxdjxhw. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{...


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To resolve this issue, in general, assuming a clean compile, add \glsaddall before \printglossary. This adds all glossary entries and all should be printed. If this does not resolve the issue in Overleaf, try clearing the cache by clicking the Logs and output files button next to Recompile and then click the trash can. See instructions here.


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The optional parameter you're passing in \cvsection[page1sidebar]{Experience} tells it to use the page1sidebar, but the experience section is on a new page so it is repeating the sidebar. If you don't want it to have a sidebar then remove the option: \cvsection{Experience} Or if you want the sidebar to have different content then change it to \...


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I recently had similar problem trying to find the Inkscape version used on Overleaf. Following this, I found the following approach: First, you can use \input|"texdoc -l tikzmark" to get the texmf path, which already tells us a bit about the TeX Live version. Currently, Overleaf produces /usr/local/texlive/2017/texmf-dist/doc/latex/tikzmark/tikzmark.pdf ...


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For older versions of lipsum, which don't have \SetLipsumParListSurrounders \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{xcolor} \makeatletter \renewcommand\lips@dolipsum{% \ifnum\value{lips@count}<\lips@max\relax \addtocounter{lips@count}{1}% \begingroup \color{gray}% <--- Change color here \csname lipsum@\...


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How about \documentclass{article} \usepackage{xcolor} \usepackage{lipsum} \SetLipsumParListSurrounders{\colorlet{oldcolor}{.}\color{gray}}{\color{oldcolor}} \begin{document} Hello \lipsum[1-2] Hello hello \textcolor{red}{Hello again \lipsum[3] and again} \end{document} EDIT: @egreg kindly pointed out a simpler solution: \SetLipsumParListSurrounders{\...


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Leaving aside the issue of \mcite and \hcite, which you asked about in Making personally defined cite commands clickable as well, we only need a few little changes. For the name format you'll need \DeclareNameAlias{sortname}{family-given} to get "Author, F. M.". See for example Guidelines for customizing biblatex styles or biblatex-dw first name first in ...


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I am the founder of CoCalc, which provides a collaborative LaTeX editor (as mentioned above). CoCalc does require users to create an account, though there is a read-only share feature, which posts documents at [1]. Unlike Overleaf, CoCalc is both open source [2], and very easy to self-host, since we provide a pre-made Docker image [3], e.g., in Google ...


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Actually, you code only needs two modification to compile correctly. If you look at page 6 in the documentation for the package array, the author describes the following change: Prior to version 2.4f the space added by the optional argument to \ was added inside an m-cell if the last column was of type m. As a result that cell was vertically centered ...


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see, if the following solution gives the same result on your PC and on Overleaf: \documentclass[tikz]{standalone} \usetikzlibrary{matrix} \usepackage{cmbright} \renewcommand{\sfdefault}{cmbr} \usepackage{bm} \usepackage{siunitx} \usepackage{amsmath} \begin{document} \begin{tikzpicture} \matrix [matrix of math nodes, nodes={draw, minimum height=...


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I usually use the overleaf to write articles. If nobody know the link for your article, it would be safe forever.


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I'm a co-founder at Overleaf. Thanks for your feedback. I think the underlying question here is about Overleaf requiring users to log in in order to edit, which I can comment on. We used to allow anonymous editing --- that is, if you sent collaborators the secret link for a project with link sharing turned on, they could edit without logging in. However, ...


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Log date April 2019 (ever changing market) Bigger players once they reach a certain point (success) do not want the headaches associated with random demo users so I will simply mention those currently failing into that category such as Overleaf, Authorea, CoCalc and Datazar. All seem to have a large enough freemium/paying customer base. There is a ...


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