It's a text file. You can open it with either Notepad or Wordpad.
On 06/27/2011 01:32 PM, William Hanson wrote:
I can't open the file textclass.lst in either 1.6.7 or 2.0. I get a
message from Pareto File Cure saying that I don't have the proper
application to open lst files. I get a similar message from Windows.
On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 9:20 AM, Richard Heck <rgh...@comcast.net
On 06/26/2011 05:54 PM, William Hanson wrote:
> Richard, Paul
> In response to Paul's latest message:
> 1. No, I can't produce pdf output in LyX 2.0.
> 2. "In each version of LyX, what do you see in the "Converter" and
> "Extra flag" fields when you go to Tools > Preferences... > File
> Handling > Converters and highlight "LaTeX (pdflatex) -> PDF
> In 1.6.7 I see "pdflatex $$i" in Converter and "latex" in Extra
> In 2.0.0 I see "pdflatex $$i" in Converter and "latex=pdflatex" in
> Extra Flag.
> 3. "What do you see when you highlight "LaTeX (plain) -> DVI"?" (I
> assume Paul means "LaTeX (plain) -> DraftDVI".)
> In 1.6.7 I see "pplatex" in Converter and "latex" in Extra Flag.
> In 2.0.0 I see "pplatex" in Converter and "latex" in Extra Flag.
Let's try something else: We'll trick LyX into thinking these classes
are installed and then see what happens.
In your LyX user directory (again, you can find this from Help>About),
there is a file textclass.lst. This is the file that tells LyX what
classes and packages are installed, etc. In it, you should find a line
that looks like this:
"article" "article" "article" "false" ""
Change "false" to "true", close the file and restart LyX. Can you
convert now? If so, then the issue is purely with the