On Mon, Nov 14, 2016 at 09:02:00AM +1300, gordon cooper wrote: > On 14/11/16 07:46, Scott Kostyshak wrote: > > On Mon, Nov 14, 2016 at 07:43:10AM +1300, gordon cooper wrote: > > > > > We are using the converters available from File>Export within Lyx. > > > Something > > > changed there perhaps? > > Many of those converters use external tools. For example when you export > > to PDF (pdflatex), LyX calls the program "pdflatex". When you export to > > HTML, LyX calls usually the program "htlatex" I believe. If the version > > of the htlatex changed on your system, this would explain it. Note that > > LyX does not control the version of external tools (except in some > > specific cases on Windows I think). > > > > Scott > > > > P.S. Please respond to the list. > Sorry, thought I had replied to the list, had one ear on the radio and not, > concentrating. A big quake down country in the early hours. My in-box > currently has over 150 reports of after-shocks. > > Have not intentionally changed any of the tools but one of our team may have > picked up a new version when he packaged Lyx 2.2.2 for the MX-Linux > repository.
LyX produces LaTeX which is converted to HTML using htlatex if you export to "HTML". So it is possible that the way LyX produces LaTeX has changed in a way that htlatex does not like it. Can you send a minimal example? Scott
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