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LaTeX Lab (which is still in active development) is an online TeX editor and renderer, using the Google Apps framework. It works much like Google Docs does for WYSIWYG text editing, but with LaTeX. It is planned to eventually have sharing features like Google Docs as well, and already integrates with your Google account. I've used it a bit, and like it quite ...
YouTube itself has an editor that can be used with uploaded videos to: Trim clips Combine videos Add music Insert transitions Rotate clips
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Here's an answer, though you might not like it: http://support.google.com/drive/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=2494892 Once you transfer ownership of a file, you lose ownership for yourself. You effectively change the doc from something you own to something that was "shared with you." There is no way to downgrade a user back to editor unless you contact ...
There's http://www.scribtex.com/ Also, have you looked at the TeX facilities in Google Docs ? http://docs.google.com Hope this helps.
There is an open source in browser editor called CodeMirror. It doesn't hace an xsl parser, but you can add one. It does have an xml/html and an xquery parser
In the settings for writing, the first option is "Size of the post box", juste increase this number. You can also just drag the bottom right corner down to increase it directly when writing a post.
There's an Online LaTeX Equation Editor, which I find really useful.
Youtube ? See here more details: http://techcrunch.com/2010/06/16/youtube-video-editor/ stashSpace There were a couple more, but they were either bought (Motionbox by HP, Jumpcut by Yahoo) or vanished (eyespot - I say that because I can't access their web page). And I think photobucket has a feature like this, but I'm not sure.
Re-name the document. You should re-name it as "Delete 1" or something similar. That's your first problem. Afterwards you can find the document and delete it.
I created the templated email in Word, saved it as HTML page. Opened the HTML page in a browser. Ctrl+A that page, and copy. Compose a new email in Gmail, and paste. Everything will get pasted except for vertical texts (so use only horizontal texts) and inline images. A tip for inserting inline image is to put some generic text ("insert image here") ...
For me, such feature was so obvious, that it can't be even more obvious. I was rather to think, that I'm going to get quick answer here, that it has already be implemented and I'm just missing some configuration stuff to enable it. I mean, how does GitHub survived that long, without this feature? Since, there was no answer here, I reported this to GitHub. ...
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