Hi jong, The problems with display equations has already been reported and will be solved for the next version of elyxer. I will send a message to the list when it's ready, as usual.
Cheers, Alex. Good El 28/05/2011 23:55, "jong" <jongkooks...@hotmail.com> escribió: > Liviu Andronic <landronimirc <at> gmail.com> writes: > >> >> On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 4:33 AM, Jong Kook Shin <jongkookshin <at> hotmail.com> > wrote: >> > Hi, >> > >> > I want to have high resolution images (300ppi?) of math equations when I >> > export my lyx files into html, which will ultimately be converted to MSword >> > file. >> > Currently, it seems that the math equations and other figures are converted >> > to 72ppi. For screen display, it works perfect but I need this ultimately >> > for printing. Googling or search the mailing archive did not find a >> > satisfactory solution to address this issue. >> > >> What about elyxer, have you tried that? >> Liviu >> >> > Just FYI, I tried exporting with many other formats - e.g. often recommended >> > open office or rtf, etc. But they did not produce satisfactory results. >> > >> > I would be much obliged if somebody can provide a hint to this issue. >> > >> > Best, >> > Jong >> > >> > > > @Liviu/// Thanks for the suggestion. But I gave up elyxer because I couldn't > install in in my laptop (Windows 7 machine). Although I consider myself one of > the skilled users of windows computers, I was completely lost when I tried to > install elyxer and python stuff. > > Then, my laptop became almost unusable after the bloody Windows 7 SP1 update. > For some reason, it started to ground my HDD constantly as if it caught a sort > of virus or something. (Before this update I had very good impression about > Windows 7 and my laptop). > > So I switched to Ubuntu 11.04 with Lyx2.0 > > It came with two html export option (html and Lyxhtml) - It seems that one of > these two utilize elyxer but not sure which one is which. > > The first export option (html) was not successful in producing the display > equations (all of them showed in '*') > > The second export option (Lyxhtml) really worked!! It produced all details of > math expressions(integral, tilde, hat, etc) flawlessly. And they are all vector > graphics therefore can be scalable! The only problem left for me is to find a > way to convert xhtml to rtf or word or openoffice so that I can satisfy those > who want the bloody '.doc' files. > > -Jong >