On Sun, Aug 7, 2011 at 1:11 PM, Maria Gouskova <gousk...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear LyX users,
>
> I just upgraded MacTeX to the newest version (2011), and now I am
> having some problems making pdf documents. First of all, if I use
> XeTeX and non-TeX fonts, I get the following error on trying to view
> the PDF:
>
> LaTeX Error: Command \B already defined.
> LaTeX Error: Command \T already defined.
>
>
> \newcommand{\B}[2][0]{\Bk{#1}{0}{#2}}
>
> Your command was ignored.
> Type  I <command> <return>  to replace it with another command,
> or  <return>  to continue without it.
>
> Turning XeTeX off resolves this in a short test file, but I am also
> unable to compile a longer document that has a bit more complicated
> stuff in it at all--LyX basically freezes. Anyone else having problems
> with new MacTeX? All of my LaTeX purist colleagues seem to be doing
> okay, so I wonder if this is LyX-specific...
>
> Maria


P.S.--I reverted to MacTeX 2008, my previous installation, and the
error no longer appears. So problem solved for the time
being--although I would still be curious to know why this is
happening.

Maria

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