Στις 31-08-2009, ημέρα Δευ, και ώρα 13:08 -0400, ο/η rgheck έγραψε:
> On 08/31/2009 09:17 AM, ilias andronos wrote:
> > Στις 30-08-2009, ημέρα Κυρ, και ώρα 17:58 -0400, ο/η rgheck έγραψε:
> >    
> >> On 08/30/2009 05:13 PM, dirac14 wrote:
> >>      
> >>> I am a relatively new lyx user and this is my first post so please forgive
> >>> my total ignorance..
> >>>
> >>> I ve searched for at least 3 hours to give myself the answer to the
> >>> subject's question and there are two possible scenarios : either it is 
> >>> kind
> >>> of trivial to install new packages to lyx and therefore i couldn't find 
> >>> any
> >>> answer or i did find it but i wasn't able to make it work !!!
> >>>
> >>> The whole story began when i found out an outstanding package on CTAN for 
> >>> my
> >>> work, called hep(high energy physics) which promised to let me use Feynman
> >>> slashed characters and many more. But then i dealt with that horrible
> >>> problem! How to do it work properly and use it through the lyx menus like
> >>> all other stuff preinstalled in lyx??? And in general, what do i have to 
> >>> do
> >>> in order to install a new package and make it work as if it were
> >>> preinstalled in lyx?
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>        
> >> I'm afraid that this is not in general possible---unless you want to
> >> write the source code yourself and contribute it to LyX, which of course
> >> would be welcome. That is to say: Every package that LyX natively
> >> supports, it supports only because someone wrote the code that makes LyX
> >> support it. To get the various particle names to display properly, for
> >> example, the names have to be added to the unicodesymbols file, together
> >> with code points in various fonts, etc. So it's not a trivial matter at 
> >> all.
> >>
> >> rh
> >>
> >>      
> > I 'm afraid that i can't write the source code for this... But then
> > could you please find me any way to use slashed characters? That is any
> > character(mainly letters) with a "/" on it. Thanks for the reply.
> >
> >    
> You can use them as you wish, by entering whatever the raw LaTeX is. In 
> math mode, you just type it; in non-math mode, you can enter the 
> characters in ERT. You can do this with any LaTeX stuff that LyX does 
> not support.
> 
> rh
> 


> 
sorry for insisting but i tried searching with google how to enter these
characters and i came accross hep package again..i don't
understand..what is ERT?what exactly do i have to type in math mode in
order to get the slashed characters?? 

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