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!
When you have a .bib with hundred of references, it can be annoying to
hunt through it looking for a specific entry and
That’s why we’ve made it possibleto search for entries in your .bib files by
author, title, year or journal, and then enter the citation key directly without
needing to leave the editor:
To access the search, press Ctrl-Space in the citation-key autocomplete menu:
I hope you enjoy using this feature and that it improves your citing workflow. Let us know what you think!
Many of your have requested this feature, we are really pleased that over the last few weeks we have been working away adding auto complete of your reference keys inside your latex project. To try it out just start your \cite command and see the references popup.
We hope you like this improvment as much as we do!
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