Thanks a lot, Richards and Rich! I'll try to get your advice implemented. If I 
run into trouble, I'll let you know.

Markus


Am Donnerstag, 7. Mai 2009 15:03:42 schrieben Sie:
> Markus Büchele wrote:
> > Hi Lyx experts,
> >
> > I have been using LYX for over decade now. It has always been a fantastic
> > tool, especially for my PhD thesis.
> >
> > Unfortunately I have arrived at a dead end just before publication. My
> > publisher (Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart, Germany) has very percise
> > ideas about the layout of the text and I am unable to adjust to his
> > wishes with LYX.
>
> All of this can be done, probably without too much trouble.
>
> > Things which need to be adapted are:
> > * font in the header, which has to be small capitals instead of capitals
> > and a different font size
>
> I assume here that you mean the page header, or do you mean the chapter
> titles? Adjusting the page headers can be done use the fancyhdr package,
> and is fairly simple.
>     http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/help/Catalogue/entries/fancyhdr.html
> Adjusting the chapter titles can be done using the titlesec package and
> is also fairly simple.
>     http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/titlesec/
> We can work out the details.
>
> > * header (left pages): the word chapter is printed in all chapters in
> > German ("Kapitel" which is correct), but in chapter 9 there is "chapter"
> > in the header (a bug?)
>
> Did you have some English in the document somewhere? It seems as if the
> language has gotten changed.
>
> > * space of indentation at the beginning of paragraphs
>
> In your preamble, put:
>     \setlength\parindent{2cm}
> or whatever it is you need. LaTeX will accept lots of different units,
> too. See here:
>
> http://www-h.eng.cam.ac.uk/help/tpl/textprocessing/teTeX/latex/latex2e-html
>/ltx-86.html for help.
>
> > * headlines of chapters without the word "chapter" in the headline and
> > different font size
>
> I think this is where you want to use titlesec.
>
> An alternative might be to switch to use the book (koma-script) class.
> The koma-script classes provide for a LOT of customization.
>
> Richard


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