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Template for exam solutions in Hebrew
Template for exam solutions in Hebrew
This template was created to help students submit solutions to an exam in a Lie groups class in Hebrew. Of course, it could be used for other Hebrew classes as well.
Shifra Reif
ModernCV in RTL Languages
ModernCV in RTL Languages
This is an example usage of bidimoderncv.cls, provided by the bidi package. (The example has been modified to use fonts available on Overleaf.) This example uses the Arabic script, but can be adapted for use other RTL scripts (e.g. Hebrew).
Vafa Khalighi
BGU Thesis Template
BGU Thesis Template
While this is not a formal template of how your thesis should be submitted, this has been used for writing theses that have been submitted and approved successfully. Also contains examples of pages in Hebrew.
mataney
Chicago Style polyglossia xelatex Hebrew/English
Chicago Style polyglossia xelatex Hebrew/English
Chicago style history paper, bilingual.
Brandon Payne
Academic Paper with Figure Included
Academic Paper with Figure Included
Chicago Style History Paper which includes figures with \usepackage{wrapfig} and \begin{wrapfigure}
בנימן הגלילי
Blue Hyperlinks in Bibliography
Blue Hyperlinks in Bibliography
Hebrew / English Chicago Style History Paper, with the DOI fields suppressed in the bibliography, based on instructions from here, here and here.
Brandon Payne
Hebrew template
Hebrew template
A template for Hebrew documents, just some settings and title page.
Gil ben-shachar
Hebrew document in Overleaf (WriteLaTeX) - מסמך בעברית
Hebrew document in Overleaf (WriteLaTeX) - מסמך בעברית
This is the first simple example of using online editor for a collaborative work in Hebrew using LaTeX. זוהי דוגמה לשימוש בתוכנת עריכה בעברית תוך ניצול של הדפדפן בלבד
Alex Liberzon
Culmus Fonts for Hebrew in LaTeX
Culmus Fonts for Hebrew in LaTeX
This example shows how to use Culmus fonts to write Hebrew in LaTeX. The Culmus Project provides a collection of Hebrew fonts for GNU/Linux and LaTeX communities. Overleaf (formerly writeLaTeX) provides Culmus Fonts 0.7-r1 (as of 26 Jan 2014), in addition to the standard LaTeX fonts for Hebrew. (If you remove \usepackage{culmus}, you can see the standard fonts instead.) Also note that your Hebrew text must be UTF-8 encoded, and that Overleaf also supports entry of right-to-left (bidirectional) text in your LaTeX source.
Overleaf (writeLaTeX)

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