Tuesday, August 13, 2019

File change notifications from Dropbox

Version control pane showing
file change notifications from Dropbox
If you set up Dropbox Sync for your project, you will recieve notifications when files are changed on Dropbox externally. For instance, you may upload a new version of the paper text to Dropbox through their web interface or edit files on Dropbox folder mounted to your computer using your favorite text editor.

Notifications are shown in the Version contol pane. Red dot indicates that there are some changes and the list of changed files is shown in the Cloud Storage Sync section.

Pay attention that you may need to re-authorize to Dropbox in the settings page to switch notifications on.

Friday, June 28, 2019

Custom file version names

Sometimes it is not easy to identify file version that you need by its timestamp, especially when editing actively. Now you can replace timestamps with custom mnemonic names. Just select a file version in File History dialog and click in the timestamp text field.


Monday, June 10, 2019

Papeeria News, June 10: edit history player

We can now replay the sequence of edits between two file versions. Just open File Edit History dialog and select some version in the list. If there are any edits between the selected version and subsequent one, you'll see "Play edits" button in the top-right corner of the dialog. You can replay edits one by one and see edits made by you or your collaborators. Inserts are highlighted with green, deletes are marked with red.

See how it works in this video:



Monday, May 6, 2019

Papeeria News, May 6: Meet Google Drive Sync!

Google Drive Sync is now available in addition to Dropbox Sync on paid accounts. Together they are now called "Cloud Storage Sync" in our Version Control pane.

Sync works the same way for both services: one can export the whole project to cloud storage and import it back. Exported projects appear as sub-folders under a folder named Papeeria on Google Drive and Apps/Papeeria on Dropbox.

Read the details on Papeeria Docs pages




Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Papeeria News, Apr 17: meet File Edit History

We just have launched a new version control option. File Edit History which is built into Papeeria allows for listing, viewing and reverting to file versions produced hours or days ago.

This feature is enabled on all accounts and is available from Version Control pane.


In the process of file editing, we save new versions from time to time and saved versions become available in the history dialog. From the dialog, one can preview past versions and replace the live file with the contents of the selected version.

This also works for removed files, so you can now quickly recover a file if it was removed by accident.

The maximum age of versions in the edit history is limited with 24 hours on the free plan Epsilon and with 30 days on premium plan Delta.

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Papeeria News, Jan 23: Dropbox Sync

We have launched Dropbox Sync feature which allows for exporting Papeeria projects to Dropbox folders and importing them back. Connect your Dropbox with Papeeria account in the settings and then export projects from Version Control pane.

Dropbox Sync is available to all users who are subscribed to premium plan Delta. You may want to read more about some subtle details in the docs.

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Papeeria News, Aug 31: spell-checker updates

TL;DR: hit   Alt+Enter  on word with spelling error to get the list of spelling corrections

Spelling corrections and project dictionaries

We have added spelling corrections and project dictionaries to our spell-checker. Now if you position cursor on a highlighted word and hit  Alt+Enter , you will get a list of corrections.

The list of spelling corrections

Besides, if some word is not known to spell-checker, you can add it to whitelist. Vice-versa, if you see that some word is not highlighted as spelling error, you can add it to blacklist. Both whitelist and blacklist dictionaries are defined on the project level and are available to all collaborators in a single project.