Re: what is the productivity of lyx

2011-07-01 Thread Helge Hafting

On 28. juni 2011 18:30, Wei-Dong Lian wrote:
[...]

I have some suggestions, for example,

1. can we define some templates such that one can insert figure floats
with one graphics or two graphics, or four graphics, and these styles
have been set as we defined a priori.


My solution to this is to make the first float in the document manually. 
(Insert a float, insert an image, center it, ...)


After that, I copy+paste the entire float and just changes the image 
filename and reference label. This saves time over creating every float 
from scratch.


Helge Hafting


Re: Can't convert

2011-07-01 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Bill,

If you have not yet uninstalled/reinstalled (or if you have and the 
problem persists), here's another thing you can try.  Open a command 
prompt (Start  Run  cmd) and navigate to your user directory (which I 
think we established was C:\Documents and Settings\you\Application 
Data\lyx16) (or lyx20 ... you can try both versions).  From that 
directory, run


C:\Program Files\whichever LyX directory\Python\python.exe C:\Program 
Files\same LyX directory\Resources\configure.py


which will do a reconfiguration of that version of LyX.  This helped 
someone else with similar symptoms.  His case was different -- he has a 
roaming profile homed on a network drive -- but it might work for you as 
well.


Paul


Author affiliation in IEEEtran

2011-07-01 Thread zyc04
Dear all,

I am using LyX2.0 to submit a paper to IEEE conference. The IEEEtran template 
accompanied with LyX is used.
My question is:

1) how to add two affiliations to one author, i.e. AuthorName{1,2} and {1,2} 
should be in superscript form.

The corresponding LaTex source code is: AuthorName\IEEEauthorrefmark{1,2}

but it produces such result: AuthorName{*}, only one affiliation and the marker 
is *, not roman number 1,2.


Can anybody help me? Thanks.






zyc04
2011-07-02


Re: Can't convert

2011-07-01 Thread William Hanson
Paul,

I've already uninstalled both 1.6.7 and 2.0.0.  I reinstalled 2.0 this
morning.  During the installation process, a got the error message
Downloading of MiKTeX failed.  (HTTP/1.1 4054 not found. I was
nevertheless able to continue with the installation process, and I now have
2.0.0 in Program Files.  I can open it, but when I select a file to work on
I get a message which says that the selected document class article
requires external files that are not available.  (This is what happened when
the problems started ten days ago.)  When I close this message the selected
file comes up, and I can work on it.  However, when I try to View (convert)
nothing happens.  This also happened with the previous verizion of 2.0.0
when I started having problems.  But then I would get another error message
at this point, which doesn't happen now.

I've tried reconfiguring from the Tools menu, but it doesn't help.

I'm unable to execute the stuff you suggest in the message you sent earlier
today.  StartRuncmd puts me into DOS, but I'm unable to carry out the
recommended steps.

Bill

On Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 8:17 AM, Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu wrote:

 Bill,

 If you have not yet uninstalled/reinstalled (or if you have and the problem
 persists), here's another thing you can try.  Open a command prompt (Start 
 Run  cmd) and navigate to your user directory (which I think we established
 was C:\Documents and Settings\you\Application Data\lyx16) (or lyx20 ...
 you can try both versions).  From that directory, run

 C:\Program Files\whichever LyX directory\Python\python.exe C:\Program
 Files\same LyX directory\Resources\**configure.py

 which will do a reconfiguration of that version of LyX.  This helped
 someone else with similar symptoms.  His case was different -- he has a
 roaming profile homed on a network drive -- but it might work for you as
 well.

 Paul



Re: Can't convert

2011-07-01 Thread Paul A. Rubin

On 07/01/2011 12:46 PM, William Hanson wrote:


I've already uninstalled both 1.6.7 and 2.0.0.  I reinstalled 2.0 this 
morning.  During the installation process, a got the error message 
Downloading of MiKTeX failed.  (HTTP/1.1 4054 not found.
When you uninstalled LyX, you left MiKTeX alone, right?  If so, the LyX 
installer should not be trying to download it.  Typically the LyX 
installer looks for MiKTeX and, if it finds it, asks you whether to use 
that version or to download a new one.  I'm not sure, but I think the 
LyX installer may look for MiKTeX by checking a registry entry, so it's 
possible that you're missing the registry entry.  (The alternative would 
be that the LyX installer would look for latex.exe on the command path, 
and we've established it is there.)
I was nevertheless able to continue with the installation process, and 
I now have 2.0.0 in Program Files.  I can open it, but when I select a 
file to work on I get a message which says that the selected document 
class article requires external files that are not available.  (This 
is what happened when the problems started ten days ago.)
That's consistent with LyX thinking that you do not have a LaTeX 
distribution installed.
I'm unable to execute the stuff you suggest in the message you sent 
earlier today.  StartRuncmd puts me into DOS, but I'm unable to 
carry out the recommended steps.


The configuration script does not use the registry (I just checked), so 
I think manual configuration should work.  The script tries to find 
LaTeX by running latex.exe (against a small file), so if the MiKTeX bin 
directory is on the system command path, this should succeed.  From DOS, 
you will need to execute


cd C:\Documents and Settings\you\Application Data\lyx20

to get to the user directory, then execute the Python command I supplied 
in the last message.  If the local directory does not exist (you can 
check that with Windows Explorer, or running the command above will tell 
you Windows can't find the target directory), execute


mkdir C:\Documents and Settings\you\Application Data\lyx20

then the cd line and then the Python command.  Of course, in all this 
you need to replace you with your login id.  You may also need to put 
the path strings in quotes (C:\...\lyx20); I can't remember if that's 
necessary, and my XP machine has been retired, but it can't hurt to use 
the quotes.


Where do you get stuck trying to do this?

Paul



Re:

2011-07-01 Thread Eduardo de Oliveira Horta
Hello LyX community.

I have three questions which I believe are very simple to solve, so I would
appreciate a lot if anyone could help me with these topics...

1. I would like to center the text 'Contents' in the table of contents page.
2. I would like the table of contents page to be unnumbered.
3. The numbering in the remaining pages is a little to the right, unaligned
with the right margin of the text; I would like to bring the numbers a
little bit to the left, so they would become aligned with this right margin
(the numbering position is set to upper right).

Document class is 'book (KOMA-Script)'. Using LyX version 2.0.0.

Thanks in advance and best regards,

Eduardo Horta


Re: Can't convert

2011-07-01 Thread William Hanson
I don't remember doing anything to MiKTeX when I reinstalled 2.0.0 this
morning.  And MiKTeX still appears at C:\Documents and
Settings\whanson\Local Settings\Application Data\MiKTeX 2.7.

I cannot execute cmd C:\Documents and Settings\you\Application Data\lyx20.
When I try I get Application is not recognized as an internal or external
command, operable program, or batch file.  Could this be because my DOS
prompt always comes up as

C:\Documents and Settings\whanson

I'm unable to get rid of the , and when I put \ after it and try to
continue, I get the error message.  And I'm unable to get the DOS prompt
back to just plain C:\.  Maybe I've forgotten something really simple about
DOS.

Bill


On Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 1:10 PM, Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu wrote:

 On 07/01/2011 12:46 PM, William Hanson wrote:


 I've already uninstalled both 1.6.7 and 2.0.0.  I reinstalled 2.0 this
 morning.  During the installation process, a got the error message
 Downloading of MiKTeX failed.  (HTTP/1.1 4054 not found.

 When you uninstalled LyX, you left MiKTeX alone, right?  If so, the LyX
 installer should not be trying to download it.  Typically the LyX installer
 looks for MiKTeX and, if it finds it, asks you whether to use that version
 or to download a new one.  I'm not sure, but I think the LyX installer may
 look for MiKTeX by checking a registry entry, so it's possible that you're
 missing the registry entry.  (The alternative would be that the LyX
 installer would look for latex.exe on the command path, and we've
 established it is there.)

  I was nevertheless able to continue with the installation process, and I
 now have 2.0.0 in Program Files.  I can open it, but when I select a file to
 work on I get a message which says that the selected document class
 article requires external files that are not available.  (This is what
 happened when the problems started ten days ago.)

 That's consistent with LyX thinking that you do not have a LaTeX
 distribution installed.

  I'm unable to execute the stuff you suggest in the message you sent
 earlier today.  StartRuncmd puts me into DOS, but I'm unable to carry out
 the recommended steps.


 The configuration script does not use the registry (I just checked), so I
 think manual configuration should work.  The script tries to find LaTeX by
 running latex.exe (against a small file), so if the MiKTeX bin directory is
 on the system command path, this should succeed.  From DOS, you will need to
 execute

 cd C:\Documents and Settings\you\Application Data\lyx20

 to get to the user directory, then execute the Python command I supplied in
 the last message.  If the local directory does not exist (you can check that
 with Windows Explorer, or running the command above will tell you Windows
 can't find the target directory), execute

 mkdir C:\Documents and Settings\you\Application Data\lyx20

 then the cd line and then the Python command.  Of course, in all this you
 need to replace you with your login id.  You may also need to put the path
 strings in quotes (C:\...\lyx20); I can't remember if that's necessary,
 and my XP machine has been retired, but it can't hurt to use the quotes.

 Where do you get stuck trying to do this?

 Paul




Re: Can't convert

2011-07-01 Thread Paul A . Rubin
William Hanson whanson at umn.edu writes:

 When I try I get Application is not recognized as an internal or external
command, operable program, or batch file.  Could this be because my DOS prompt
always comes up as C:\Documents and Settings\whanson  I'm unable to get rid of
the , and when I put \ after it and try to continue, I get the error
message.  And I'm unable to get the DOS prompt back to just plain C:\.  Maybe
I've forgotten something really simple about DOS.

The DOS prompt is not the culprit.  Once you get to the C:\Documents and
Settings\whanson, type

cd Application Data\lyx20

(not sure the quotes are necessary, but they can't hurt) and see if you get
there.  If not, from the C:\Documents and Settings\whanson prompt type

cd Application Data
mkdir lyx20
cd lyx20

which should get you to where you need to be (C:\Documents and
Settings\whanson\Application Data\lyx20).  Once that's your prompt, run the
Python command, slapping quotes around all paths to be safe.

Paul




LYX

2011-07-01 Thread Javad Habibi
 



Re:

2011-07-01 Thread Marcelo Acuña
titlesec package become with titletoc package. This two allows to you customize 
titles and toc.SaludosMarcelo

Marcelo Acuña visitá mi sitio web http://www.aleph-uno.com.ar 
==

--- El vie 1-jul-11, Eduardo de Oliveira Horta 
eduardo.oliveiraho...@gmail.com escribió:

De: Eduardo de Oliveira Horta eduardo.oliveiraho...@gmail.com
Asunto: Re:
Para: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
Fecha: viernes, 1 de julio de 2011, 15:26

Hello LyX community.
I have three questions which I believe are very simple to solve, so I would 
appreciate a lot if anyone could help me with these topics...
1. I would like to center the text 'Contents' in the table of contents page.
2. I would like the table of contents page to be unnumbered.3. The numbering in 
the remaining pages is a little to the right, unaligned with the right margin 
of the text; I would like to bring the numbers a little bit to the left, so 
they would become aligned with this right margin (the numbering position is set 
to upper right).

Document class is 'book (KOMA-Script)'. Using LyX version 2.0.0.
Thanks in advance and best regards,
Eduardo Horta


Printing full size pages

2011-07-01 Thread Bob Smither
I have a LyX document and I want to include some master forms in an 
appendix.  The forms were created in OO.o and converted to letter sized 
PDFs.  Is there a way in LyX to have these pages, when printed from the 
PDF generated from the LyX document, print as full size pages?  Whatever 
I try ends up with the PDF scaled to fit inside the page margins.


Thanks!

attachment: smither.vcf

Re: what is the productivity of lyx

2011-07-01 Thread Helge Hafting

On 28. juni 2011 18:30, Wei-Dong Lian wrote:
[...]

I have some suggestions, for example,

1. can we define some templates such that one can insert figure floats
with one graphics or two graphics, or four graphics, and these styles
have been set as we defined a priori.


My solution to this is to make the first float in the document manually. 
(Insert a float, insert an image, center it, ...)


After that, I copy+paste the entire float and just changes the image 
filename and reference label. This saves time over creating every float 
from scratch.


Helge Hafting


Re: Can't convert

2011-07-01 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Bill,

If you have not yet uninstalled/reinstalled (or if you have and the 
problem persists), here's another thing you can try.  Open a command 
prompt (Start  Run  cmd) and navigate to your user directory (which I 
think we established was C:\Documents and Settings\you\Application 
Data\lyx16) (or lyx20 ... you can try both versions).  From that 
directory, run


C:\Program Files\whichever LyX directory\Python\python.exe C:\Program 
Files\same LyX directory\Resources\configure.py


which will do a reconfiguration of that version of LyX.  This helped 
someone else with similar symptoms.  His case was different -- he has a 
roaming profile homed on a network drive -- but it might work for you as 
well.


Paul


Author affiliation in IEEEtran

2011-07-01 Thread zyc04
Dear all,

I am using LyX2.0 to submit a paper to IEEE conference. The IEEEtran template 
accompanied with LyX is used.
My question is:

1) how to add two affiliations to one author, i.e. AuthorName{1,2} and {1,2} 
should be in superscript form.

The corresponding LaTex source code is: AuthorName\IEEEauthorrefmark{1,2}

but it produces such result: AuthorName{*}, only one affiliation and the marker 
is *, not roman number 1,2.


Can anybody help me? Thanks.






zyc04
2011-07-02


Re: Can't convert

2011-07-01 Thread William Hanson
Paul,

I've already uninstalled both 1.6.7 and 2.0.0.  I reinstalled 2.0 this
morning.  During the installation process, a got the error message
Downloading of MiKTeX failed.  (HTTP/1.1 4054 not found. I was
nevertheless able to continue with the installation process, and I now have
2.0.0 in Program Files.  I can open it, but when I select a file to work on
I get a message which says that the selected document class article
requires external files that are not available.  (This is what happened when
the problems started ten days ago.)  When I close this message the selected
file comes up, and I can work on it.  However, when I try to View (convert)
nothing happens.  This also happened with the previous verizion of 2.0.0
when I started having problems.  But then I would get another error message
at this point, which doesn't happen now.

I've tried reconfiguring from the Tools menu, but it doesn't help.

I'm unable to execute the stuff you suggest in the message you sent earlier
today.  StartRuncmd puts me into DOS, but I'm unable to carry out the
recommended steps.

Bill

On Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 8:17 AM, Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu wrote:

 Bill,

 If you have not yet uninstalled/reinstalled (or if you have and the problem
 persists), here's another thing you can try.  Open a command prompt (Start 
 Run  cmd) and navigate to your user directory (which I think we established
 was C:\Documents and Settings\you\Application Data\lyx16) (or lyx20 ...
 you can try both versions).  From that directory, run

 C:\Program Files\whichever LyX directory\Python\python.exe C:\Program
 Files\same LyX directory\Resources\**configure.py

 which will do a reconfiguration of that version of LyX.  This helped
 someone else with similar symptoms.  His case was different -- he has a
 roaming profile homed on a network drive -- but it might work for you as
 well.

 Paul



Re: Can't convert

2011-07-01 Thread Paul A. Rubin

On 07/01/2011 12:46 PM, William Hanson wrote:


I've already uninstalled both 1.6.7 and 2.0.0.  I reinstalled 2.0 this 
morning.  During the installation process, a got the error message 
Downloading of MiKTeX failed.  (HTTP/1.1 4054 not found.
When you uninstalled LyX, you left MiKTeX alone, right?  If so, the LyX 
installer should not be trying to download it.  Typically the LyX 
installer looks for MiKTeX and, if it finds it, asks you whether to use 
that version or to download a new one.  I'm not sure, but I think the 
LyX installer may look for MiKTeX by checking a registry entry, so it's 
possible that you're missing the registry entry.  (The alternative would 
be that the LyX installer would look for latex.exe on the command path, 
and we've established it is there.)
I was nevertheless able to continue with the installation process, and 
I now have 2.0.0 in Program Files.  I can open it, but when I select a 
file to work on I get a message which says that the selected document 
class article requires external files that are not available.  (This 
is what happened when the problems started ten days ago.)
That's consistent with LyX thinking that you do not have a LaTeX 
distribution installed.
I'm unable to execute the stuff you suggest in the message you sent 
earlier today.  StartRuncmd puts me into DOS, but I'm unable to 
carry out the recommended steps.


The configuration script does not use the registry (I just checked), so 
I think manual configuration should work.  The script tries to find 
LaTeX by running latex.exe (against a small file), so if the MiKTeX bin 
directory is on the system command path, this should succeed.  From DOS, 
you will need to execute


cd C:\Documents and Settings\you\Application Data\lyx20

to get to the user directory, then execute the Python command I supplied 
in the last message.  If the local directory does not exist (you can 
check that with Windows Explorer, or running the command above will tell 
you Windows can't find the target directory), execute


mkdir C:\Documents and Settings\you\Application Data\lyx20

then the cd line and then the Python command.  Of course, in all this 
you need to replace you with your login id.  You may also need to put 
the path strings in quotes (C:\...\lyx20); I can't remember if that's 
necessary, and my XP machine has been retired, but it can't hurt to use 
the quotes.


Where do you get stuck trying to do this?

Paul



Re:

2011-07-01 Thread Eduardo de Oliveira Horta
Hello LyX community.

I have three questions which I believe are very simple to solve, so I would
appreciate a lot if anyone could help me with these topics...

1. I would like to center the text 'Contents' in the table of contents page.
2. I would like the table of contents page to be unnumbered.
3. The numbering in the remaining pages is a little to the right, unaligned
with the right margin of the text; I would like to bring the numbers a
little bit to the left, so they would become aligned with this right margin
(the numbering position is set to upper right).

Document class is 'book (KOMA-Script)'. Using LyX version 2.0.0.

Thanks in advance and best regards,

Eduardo Horta


Re: Can't convert

2011-07-01 Thread William Hanson
I don't remember doing anything to MiKTeX when I reinstalled 2.0.0 this
morning.  And MiKTeX still appears at C:\Documents and
Settings\whanson\Local Settings\Application Data\MiKTeX 2.7.

I cannot execute cmd C:\Documents and Settings\you\Application Data\lyx20.
When I try I get Application is not recognized as an internal or external
command, operable program, or batch file.  Could this be because my DOS
prompt always comes up as

C:\Documents and Settings\whanson

I'm unable to get rid of the , and when I put \ after it and try to
continue, I get the error message.  And I'm unable to get the DOS prompt
back to just plain C:\.  Maybe I've forgotten something really simple about
DOS.

Bill


On Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 1:10 PM, Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu wrote:

 On 07/01/2011 12:46 PM, William Hanson wrote:


 I've already uninstalled both 1.6.7 and 2.0.0.  I reinstalled 2.0 this
 morning.  During the installation process, a got the error message
 Downloading of MiKTeX failed.  (HTTP/1.1 4054 not found.

 When you uninstalled LyX, you left MiKTeX alone, right?  If so, the LyX
 installer should not be trying to download it.  Typically the LyX installer
 looks for MiKTeX and, if it finds it, asks you whether to use that version
 or to download a new one.  I'm not sure, but I think the LyX installer may
 look for MiKTeX by checking a registry entry, so it's possible that you're
 missing the registry entry.  (The alternative would be that the LyX
 installer would look for latex.exe on the command path, and we've
 established it is there.)

  I was nevertheless able to continue with the installation process, and I
 now have 2.0.0 in Program Files.  I can open it, but when I select a file to
 work on I get a message which says that the selected document class
 article requires external files that are not available.  (This is what
 happened when the problems started ten days ago.)

 That's consistent with LyX thinking that you do not have a LaTeX
 distribution installed.

  I'm unable to execute the stuff you suggest in the message you sent
 earlier today.  StartRuncmd puts me into DOS, but I'm unable to carry out
 the recommended steps.


 The configuration script does not use the registry (I just checked), so I
 think manual configuration should work.  The script tries to find LaTeX by
 running latex.exe (against a small file), so if the MiKTeX bin directory is
 on the system command path, this should succeed.  From DOS, you will need to
 execute

 cd C:\Documents and Settings\you\Application Data\lyx20

 to get to the user directory, then execute the Python command I supplied in
 the last message.  If the local directory does not exist (you can check that
 with Windows Explorer, or running the command above will tell you Windows
 can't find the target directory), execute

 mkdir C:\Documents and Settings\you\Application Data\lyx20

 then the cd line and then the Python command.  Of course, in all this you
 need to replace you with your login id.  You may also need to put the path
 strings in quotes (C:\...\lyx20); I can't remember if that's necessary,
 and my XP machine has been retired, but it can't hurt to use the quotes.

 Where do you get stuck trying to do this?

 Paul




Re: Can't convert

2011-07-01 Thread Paul A . Rubin
William Hanson whanson at umn.edu writes:

 When I try I get Application is not recognized as an internal or external
command, operable program, or batch file.  Could this be because my DOS prompt
always comes up as C:\Documents and Settings\whanson  I'm unable to get rid of
the , and when I put \ after it and try to continue, I get the error
message.  And I'm unable to get the DOS prompt back to just plain C:\.  Maybe
I've forgotten something really simple about DOS.

The DOS prompt is not the culprit.  Once you get to the C:\Documents and
Settings\whanson, type

cd Application Data\lyx20

(not sure the quotes are necessary, but they can't hurt) and see if you get
there.  If not, from the C:\Documents and Settings\whanson prompt type

cd Application Data
mkdir lyx20
cd lyx20

which should get you to where you need to be (C:\Documents and
Settings\whanson\Application Data\lyx20).  Once that's your prompt, run the
Python command, slapping quotes around all paths to be safe.

Paul




LYX

2011-07-01 Thread Javad Habibi
 



Re:

2011-07-01 Thread Marcelo Acuña
titlesec package become with titletoc package. This two allows to you customize 
titles and toc.SaludosMarcelo

Marcelo Acuña visitá mi sitio web http://www.aleph-uno.com.ar 
==

--- El vie 1-jul-11, Eduardo de Oliveira Horta 
eduardo.oliveiraho...@gmail.com escribió:

De: Eduardo de Oliveira Horta eduardo.oliveiraho...@gmail.com
Asunto: Re:
Para: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
Fecha: viernes, 1 de julio de 2011, 15:26

Hello LyX community.
I have three questions which I believe are very simple to solve, so I would 
appreciate a lot if anyone could help me with these topics...
1. I would like to center the text 'Contents' in the table of contents page.
2. I would like the table of contents page to be unnumbered.3. The numbering in 
the remaining pages is a little to the right, unaligned with the right margin 
of the text; I would like to bring the numbers a little bit to the left, so 
they would become aligned with this right margin (the numbering position is set 
to upper right).

Document class is 'book (KOMA-Script)'. Using LyX version 2.0.0.
Thanks in advance and best regards,
Eduardo Horta


Printing full size pages

2011-07-01 Thread Bob Smither
I have a LyX document and I want to include some master forms in an 
appendix.  The forms were created in OO.o and converted to letter sized 
PDFs.  Is there a way in LyX to have these pages, when printed from the 
PDF generated from the LyX document, print as full size pages?  Whatever 
I try ends up with the PDF scaled to fit inside the page margins.


Thanks!

attachment: smither.vcf

Re: what is the productivity of lyx

2011-07-01 Thread Helge Hafting

On 28. juni 2011 18:30, Wei-Dong Lian wrote:
[...]

I have some suggestions, for example,

1. can we define some templates such that one can insert figure floats
with one graphics or two graphics, or four graphics, and these styles
have been set as we defined a priori.


My solution to this is to make the first float in the document manually. 
(Insert a float, insert an image, center it, ...)


After that, I copy+paste the entire float and just changes the image 
filename and reference label. This saves time over creating every float 
from scratch.


Helge Hafting


Re: Can't convert

2011-07-01 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Bill,

If you have not yet uninstalled/reinstalled (or if you have and the 
problem persists), here's another thing you can try.  Open a command 
prompt (Start > Run > cmd) and navigate to your user directory (which I 
think we established was C:\Documents and Settings\\Application 
Data\lyx16) (or lyx20 ... you can try both versions).  From that 
directory, run


C:\Program Files\\Python\python.exe C:\Program 
Files\\Resources\configure.py


which will do a reconfiguration of that version of LyX.  This helped 
someone else with similar symptoms.  His case was different -- he has a 
roaming profile homed on a network drive -- but it might work for you as 
well.


Paul


Author affiliation in IEEEtran

2011-07-01 Thread zyc04
Dear all,

I am using LyX2.0 to submit a paper to IEEE conference. The IEEEtran template 
accompanied with LyX is used.
My question is:

1) how to add two affiliations to one author, i.e. AuthorName{1,2} and {1,2} 
should be in superscript form.

The corresponding LaTex source code is: AuthorName\IEEEauthorrefmark{1,2}

but it produces such result: AuthorName{*}, only one affiliation and the marker 
is *, not roman number "1,2".


Can anybody help me? Thanks.






zyc04
2011-07-02


Re: Can't convert

2011-07-01 Thread William Hanson
Paul,

I've already uninstalled both 1.6.7 and 2.0.0.  I reinstalled 2.0 this
morning.  During the installation process, a got the error message
"Downloading of MiKTeX failed.  (HTTP/1.1 4054 not found." I was
nevertheless able to continue with the installation process, and I now have
2.0.0 in Program Files.  I can open it, but when I select a file to work on
I get a message which says that the selected document class "article"
requires external files that are not available.  (This is what happened when
the problems started ten days ago.)  When I close this message the selected
file comes up, and I can work on it.  However, when I try to View (convert)
nothing happens.  This also happened with the previous verizion of 2.0.0
when I started having problems.  But then I would get another error message
at this point, which doesn't happen now.

I've tried reconfiguring from the Tools menu, but it doesn't help.

I'm unable to execute the stuff you suggest in the message you sent earlier
today.  Start>Run>cmd puts me into DOS, but I'm unable to carry out the
recommended steps.

Bill

On Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 8:17 AM, Paul A. Rubin  wrote:

> Bill,
>
> If you have not yet uninstalled/reinstalled (or if you have and the problem
> persists), here's another thing you can try.  Open a command prompt (Start >
> Run > cmd) and navigate to your user directory (which I think we established
> was C:\Documents and Settings\\Application Data\lyx16) (or lyx20 ...
> you can try both versions).  From that directory, run
>
> C:\Program Files\\Python\python.exe C:\Program
> Files\\Resources\**configure.py
>
> which will do a reconfiguration of that version of LyX.  This helped
> someone else with similar symptoms.  His case was different -- he has a
> roaming profile homed on a network drive -- but it might work for you as
> well.
>
> Paul
>


Re: Can't convert

2011-07-01 Thread Paul A. Rubin

On 07/01/2011 12:46 PM, William Hanson wrote:


I've already uninstalled both 1.6.7 and 2.0.0.  I reinstalled 2.0 this 
morning.  During the installation process, a got the error message 
"Downloading of MiKTeX failed.  (HTTP/1.1 4054 not found."
When you uninstalled LyX, you left MiKTeX alone, right?  If so, the LyX 
installer should not be trying to download it.  Typically the LyX 
installer looks for MiKTeX and, if it finds it, asks you whether to use 
that version or to download a new one.  I'm not sure, but I think the 
LyX installer may look for MiKTeX by checking a registry entry, so it's 
possible that you're missing the registry entry.  (The alternative would 
be that the LyX installer would look for latex.exe on the command path, 
and we've established it is there.)
I was nevertheless able to continue with the installation process, and 
I now have 2.0.0 in Program Files.  I can open it, but when I select a 
file to work on I get a message which says that the selected document 
class "article" requires external files that are not available.  (This 
is what happened when the problems started ten days ago.)
That's consistent with LyX thinking that you do not have a LaTeX 
distribution installed.
I'm unable to execute the stuff you suggest in the message you sent 
earlier today.  Start>Run>cmd puts me into DOS, but I'm unable to 
carry out the recommended steps.


The configuration script does not use the registry (I just checked), so 
I think manual configuration should work.  The script tries to find 
LaTeX by running latex.exe (against a small file), so if the MiKTeX bin 
directory is on the system command path, this should succeed.  From DOS, 
you will need to execute


cd C:\Documents and Settings\\Application Data\lyx20

to get to the user directory, then execute the Python command I supplied 
in the last message.  If the local directory does not exist (you can 
check that with Windows Explorer, or running the command above will tell 
you Windows can't find the target directory), execute


mkdir C:\Documents and Settings\\Application Data\lyx20

then the cd line and then the Python command.  Of course, in all this 
you need to replace  with your login id.  You may also need to put 
the path strings in quotes ("C:\...\lyx20"); I can't remember if that's 
necessary, and my XP machine has been retired, but it can't hurt to use 
the quotes.


Where do you get stuck trying to do this?

Paul



Re:

2011-07-01 Thread Eduardo de Oliveira Horta
Hello LyX community.

I have three questions which I believe are very simple to solve, so I would
appreciate a lot if anyone could help me with these topics...

1. I would like to center the text 'Contents' in the table of contents page.
2. I would like the table of contents page to be unnumbered.
3. The numbering in the remaining pages is a little to the right, unaligned
with the right margin of the text; I would like to bring the numbers a
little bit to the left, so they would become aligned with this right margin
(the numbering position is set to upper right).

Document class is 'book (KOMA-Script)'. Using LyX version 2.0.0.

Thanks in advance and best regards,

Eduardo Horta


Re: Can't convert

2011-07-01 Thread William Hanson
I don't remember doing anything to MiKTeX when I reinstalled 2.0.0 this
morning.  And MiKTeX still appears at C:\Documents and
Settings\whanson\Local Settings\Application Data\MiKTeX 2.7.

I cannot execute cmd C:\Documents and Settings\\Application Data\lyx20.
When I try I get "Application is not recognized as an internal or external
command, operable program, or batch file."  Could this be because my DOS
prompt always comes up as

C:\Documents and Settings\whanson>

I'm unable to get rid of the ">", and when I put "\" after it and try to
continue, I get the error message.  And I'm unable to get the DOS prompt
back to just plain C:\.  Maybe I've forgotten something really simple about
DOS.

Bill


On Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 1:10 PM, Paul A. Rubin  wrote:

> On 07/01/2011 12:46 PM, William Hanson wrote:
>
>>
>> I've already uninstalled both 1.6.7 and 2.0.0.  I reinstalled 2.0 this
>> morning.  During the installation process, a got the error message
>> "Downloading of MiKTeX failed.  (HTTP/1.1 4054 not found."
>>
> When you uninstalled LyX, you left MiKTeX alone, right?  If so, the LyX
> installer should not be trying to download it.  Typically the LyX installer
> looks for MiKTeX and, if it finds it, asks you whether to use that version
> or to download a new one.  I'm not sure, but I think the LyX installer may
> look for MiKTeX by checking a registry entry, so it's possible that you're
> missing the registry entry.  (The alternative would be that the LyX
> installer would look for latex.exe on the command path, and we've
> established it is there.)
>
>  I was nevertheless able to continue with the installation process, and I
>> now have 2.0.0 in Program Files.  I can open it, but when I select a file to
>> work on I get a message which says that the selected document class
>> "article" requires external files that are not available.  (This is what
>> happened when the problems started ten days ago.)
>>
> That's consistent with LyX thinking that you do not have a LaTeX
> distribution installed.
>
>  I'm unable to execute the stuff you suggest in the message you sent
>> earlier today.  Start>Run>cmd puts me into DOS, but I'm unable to carry out
>> the recommended steps.
>>
>
> The configuration script does not use the registry (I just checked), so I
> think manual configuration should work.  The script tries to find LaTeX by
> running latex.exe (against a small file), so if the MiKTeX bin directory is
> on the system command path, this should succeed.  From DOS, you will need to
> execute
>
> cd C:\Documents and Settings\\Application Data\lyx20
>
> to get to the user directory, then execute the Python command I supplied in
> the last message.  If the local directory does not exist (you can check that
> with Windows Explorer, or running the command above will tell you Windows
> can't find the target directory), execute
>
> mkdir C:\Documents and Settings\\Application Data\lyx20
>
> then the cd line and then the Python command.  Of course, in all this you
> need to replace  with your login id.  You may also need to put the path
> strings in quotes ("C:\...\lyx20"); I can't remember if that's necessary,
> and my XP machine has been retired, but it can't hurt to use the quotes.
>
> Where do you get stuck trying to do this?
>
> Paul
>
>


Re: Can't convert

2011-07-01 Thread Paul A . Rubin
William Hanson  umn.edu> writes:

> When I try I get "Application is not recognized as an internal or external
command, operable program, or batch file."  Could this be because my DOS prompt
always comes up as C:\Documents and Settings\whanson>  I'm unable to get rid of
the ">", and when I put "\" after it and try to continue, I get the error
message.  And I'm unable to get the DOS prompt back to just plain C:\.  Maybe
I've forgotten something really simple about DOS.

The DOS prompt is not the culprit.  Once you get to the C:\Documents and
Settings\whanson, type

cd "Application Data\lyx20"

(not sure the quotes are necessary, but they can't hurt) and see if you get
there.  If not, from the C:\Documents and Settings\whanson prompt type

cd "Application Data"
mkdir lyx20
cd lyx20

which should get you to where you need to be (C:\Documents and
Settings\whanson\Application Data\lyx20).  Once that's your prompt, run the
Python command, slapping quotes around all paths to be safe.

Paul




LYX

2011-07-01 Thread Javad Habibi
 



Re:

2011-07-01 Thread Marcelo Acuña
titlesec package become with titletoc package. This two allows to you customize 
titles and toc.SaludosMarcelo

Marcelo Acuña visitá mi sitio web http://www.aleph-uno.com.ar 
==

--- El vie 1-jul-11, Eduardo de Oliveira Horta 
 escribió:

De: Eduardo de Oliveira Horta 
Asunto: Re:
Para: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
Fecha: viernes, 1 de julio de 2011, 15:26

Hello LyX community.
I have three questions which I believe are very simple to solve, so I would 
appreciate a lot if anyone could help me with these topics...
1. I would like to center the text 'Contents' in the table of contents page.
2. I would like the table of contents page to be unnumbered.3. The numbering in 
the remaining pages is a little to the right, unaligned with the right margin 
of the text; I would like to bring the numbers a little bit to the left, so 
they would become aligned with this right margin (the numbering position is set 
to upper right).

Document class is 'book (KOMA-Script)'. Using LyX version 2.0.0.
Thanks in advance and best regards,
Eduardo Horta


Printing full size pages

2011-07-01 Thread Bob Smither
I have a LyX document and I want to include some master forms in an 
appendix.  The forms were created in OO.o and converted to letter sized 
PDFs.  Is there a way in LyX to have these pages, when printed from the 
PDF generated from the LyX document, print as full size pages?  Whatever 
I try ends up with the PDF scaled to fit inside the page margins.


Thanks!

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