Re: problem control version windows, lyx-2.0.3

2012-02-28 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn



So.. how can we prepare a collaborative document in LyX in windows system.
Please.. Do you have any suggestion, the system that we have to use.
What is the software svn client and the server, that perfectly match
with LyX.


As Stephan said, LyX can't handle yet Subversion 1.7. Your only option 
is to revert back to 1.6.


Vincent


Reminder: Downtime for lyx server - today

2012-02-28 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes
This is just a reminder that the LyX server running the web pages, the
wiki, and subversion
will go down later today for reloacation to a different server.

I expect the server will go down about 22:00 +0100, perhaps a bit
before, perhaps a bit later.
The expectation is that the downtime will not be too long, but will
certainly at the very least
last until sometime Wednesday. Depending on how quick the IP address
is moved over to the
new server.

Questions and comments to me.

-- 
        Lgb


Re: μ breaks document

2012-02-28 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2012-02-12, Gerhardus Geldenhuis wrote:
 On 11 February 2012 20:17, Guenter Milde mi...@users.sf.net wrote:
 On 2012-02-11, Gerhardus Geldenhuis wrote:

...
  ... But seriously I would expect the software to take care of these
  types of details in the background. There should not be a need for
  me to add and remove fonts and I were I to need a symbol from the
  greek font I would not know how to add it.

 In this case I have to inform you that were you to need Greek symbols
 (outside math) LyX is not the software for you.
 Installation of missing fonts is something LyX cannot do, this is up to the
 LaTeX distribution or (with Xe- or LuaTeX your OS).

...

 Ok here is my assumption upon which my previous statement was based. If I
 select insert symbol and then select greek on latin or whatever is listed.
 I assume/expect that whatever is listed is installed and working. 

This is generally a good idea, however hard to realize in praxi for the
reasons given below.

 Thus the glyphs/fonts that I am seeing is already on my system which is
 why I am seeing them in Lyx. Thus if lyx makes them available to me
 during editing phase, or the font is visible during editing phase it
 would be only logical to assume that the font would be available during
 the rendering of the document.

LyX (in part) adheres to the Unix principel of one tool for each task:
it is a graphical document processor that relies on the QT library for
the GUI and on other tools for the typesetting: (La)TeX or (with HTML
output) a browser. Without this, such a mighty free tool would be hard to
write/maintain and as big as OpenOffice.

With LyX, what you see (in the editor) is *not* what you get (in the
browser, the PS, PDF, or on paper).

+ you usually get output optimized for the chosen media without compromises.
  This includes different fonts for screen and print.

+ you get feedback in the GUI that lets you concentrate on context and
  semantic markup.
  
- you need a |: View - Edit :| loop for many tasks requiring manual check of
  the output document.
  
- things that work in the GUI or one output format may fail in an different
  one.  

In your example:

+ The QT library (at least on Linux) can use other system fonts to
  substitute missing characters in the chosen font. 
  
  + the number of characters missing in the app is lower,
  
  - you don't realize which characters are missing in the chosen font
(which might not matter if (like in LyX) the font for the printed
document is different anyway).

- Font handling is a vulnerable spot in TeX. In the old times of ASCII and
  code pages, TeX was an advanced system for printing of accented and
  special characters. However, the general development went other ways to
  handle these issues.

  * Traditional (8-bit) TeX requires a special font setup with specially
encoded fonts (tex-fonts).

LyX is one of the best apps regarding the translastion of Unicode into
the TeX code for 8-bit TeX. However, due to various restrictions of TeX,
this is still far from fail safe.

  * XeTeX and LuaTeX can also use Unicode-encoded system fonts, but lack
the automatic character-level substitution mechanism present in many
modern Linux programs (provided for free by the QT library and others).

LyX might provide workarounds for some of these problems, but basically
this needs to be addressed in the typesetting engine, not in LyX.

Thus, if you use a font that does not contain all the (text)
characters used in your document, you need to learn how to mix fonts
with the fontspec package.

 I really like Lyx and I would love to see it more widely used. The
 academics in my college almost exclusively use MS Word and although I
 dislike MSWord, the problem the problem described above is not something I
 have personally encountered. I still think Lyx is a superior product and I
 would much rather struggle with a few font issues every so often then try
 and structure a complex document in Word. However it is these small niggles
 that will prevent people from moving away from Word to Lyx as silly as it
 may seem. My motivation is that the more scientist use Lyx the more
 feedback is received and potentially more development is being done. So
 when I am complaining it is with a good intentions.

I appreciate your good intentions but wanted to explain why this particular
issue will not go away soon.

Thanks,

Günter



Changing font size for 'References' heading

2012-02-28 Thread Steve
Hey,
I'd like to modify my document (Document Class -- article) so that 
the 'References' heading appearing at the beginning of my bibliography section 
shows up bold with the same font size as the main text (Roman: Times Roman: 12 
pt).  Any thoughts?  
Thanks.  -LyX 2.0 Windows user



Page numbers for the bibliography in book(AMS) document class.

2012-02-28 Thread UD

I am using the book(AMS) document class to write a chapter for a book.
The first page of the Bibliography has its page number at
the bottom of the page, rather than in the upper right corner, where all 
the other pages have their numbers.

Using \thispagestyle{headings} did not fix it.
Any ideas?
Thanks,
--
Ehud Kaplan,


Re: lyx latex-import problem

2012-02-28 Thread Georg Baum
Ingar Pareliussen wrote:

 Hi
 
 I have a couple of hundred abstracts from a web form that
 produces simple LaTeX files. I have cat'ed them into one big LaTeX file
 and imported it to LyX. This works for the most part, but I have
 problem with \sindex that needs a option i [index_name] which is not
 recognized by LyX and therefor not put into ERT.
 
 I tried to get search replace it, but when LyX  search within ERT it uses
 all memory and even if it seems to do the right thing it has been working
 on the file for a couple of hours... (file is only 300k and the box has 4G
 of ram, so something seems to be amiss)

Please file a bug report if the file is not secret (or if you can easily 
create a non-secret one).

 Is there some advice on how to do this more efficient? I could do it
 manually, but automated is better :)

Yes. You have two options:

1) Add the line

\sindex[]{translate} %splitidx.sty

to the file lib/syntax.default in your LyX installation, and import the file 
again. This should produce correct ERT.

2) Get the current BRANCH_2_0_X from svn or wait for 2.0.4. This will create 
real index insets for \sindex.


Georg




Re: Changing font size for 'References' heading

2012-02-28 Thread Richard Heck

On 02/28/2012 02:16 PM, Steve wrote:

Hey,
I'd like to modify my document (Document Class -- article) so that
the 'References' heading appearing at the beginning of my bibliography section
shows up bold with the same font size as the main text (Roman: Times Roman: 12
pt).  Any thoughts?
This can be done, but may not be as easy as it seems, since the heading, 
in an article, is set with a \section* command, and the formatting for 
\section* is just the same as that for \section. You probably don't want 
to reformat all the section headings this way, which is what using the 
titlesec package to reformat the headings in the preamble would do.


However, you may be able to use the same sorts of commands in ERT right 
before you do the bibliography. I'm not sure.


Richard



Re: Page numbers for the bibliography in book(AMS) document class.

2012-02-28 Thread Richard Heck

On 02/28/2012 02:30 PM, UD wrote:

I am using the book(AMS) document class to write a chapter for a book.
The first page of the Bibliography has its page number at
the bottom of the page, rather than in the upper right corner, where 
all the other pages have their numbers.

Using \thispagestyle{headings} did not fix it.


Can you post a small example file?

Richard



Re: Embedded Fonts

2012-02-28 Thread Julio Rojas
Thanks a lot to all. I'll go now to R and Inkscape to see how to do it.
Regards.
-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 8:57 AM, Anthony Campbell a...@acampbell.org.ukwrote:

 On 27 Feb 2012, Liviu Andronic wrote:
  On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 12:35 PM, Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com
 wrote:
   Dear all, I would like to use Lulu.com to print a book. Nevertheless,
 the
   ask for the fonts to be embedded in the PDF. Does Lyx do that by
 default?
  
  Mos often, yes. To verify, open the PDF in acroread or evince and
  access ctrl+d and alt+enter, respectively. In the Fonts tab you should
  have information on whether they're embedded or not.
 
  Liviu

 Usually the fonts are embedded OK for Lulu. You can avoid this problem
 by submitting your file as postscript (ps), which will work.

 AC

 --
 Anthony Campbell - a...@acampbell.org.uk
 Microsoft-free zone - Using Debian GNU/Linux
 http://www.acampbell.org.uk - sample my ebooks at
 http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/acampbell




Re: problem control version windows, lyx-2.0.3

2012-02-28 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn



So.. how can we prepare a collaborative document in LyX in windows system.
Please.. Do you have any suggestion, the system that we have to use.
What is the software svn client and the server, that perfectly match
with LyX.


As Stephan said, LyX can't handle yet Subversion 1.7. Your only option 
is to revert back to 1.6.


Vincent


Reminder: Downtime for lyx server - today

2012-02-28 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes
This is just a reminder that the LyX server running the web pages, the
wiki, and subversion
will go down later today for reloacation to a different server.

I expect the server will go down about 22:00 +0100, perhaps a bit
before, perhaps a bit later.
The expectation is that the downtime will not be too long, but will
certainly at the very least
last until sometime Wednesday. Depending on how quick the IP address
is moved over to the
new server.

Questions and comments to me.

-- 
        Lgb


Re: μ breaks document

2012-02-28 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2012-02-12, Gerhardus Geldenhuis wrote:
 On 11 February 2012 20:17, Guenter Milde mi...@users.sf.net wrote:
 On 2012-02-11, Gerhardus Geldenhuis wrote:

...
  ... But seriously I would expect the software to take care of these
  types of details in the background. There should not be a need for
  me to add and remove fonts and I were I to need a symbol from the
  greek font I would not know how to add it.

 In this case I have to inform you that were you to need Greek symbols
 (outside math) LyX is not the software for you.
 Installation of missing fonts is something LyX cannot do, this is up to the
 LaTeX distribution or (with Xe- or LuaTeX your OS).

...

 Ok here is my assumption upon which my previous statement was based. If I
 select insert symbol and then select greek on latin or whatever is listed.
 I assume/expect that whatever is listed is installed and working. 

This is generally a good idea, however hard to realize in praxi for the
reasons given below.

 Thus the glyphs/fonts that I am seeing is already on my system which is
 why I am seeing them in Lyx. Thus if lyx makes them available to me
 during editing phase, or the font is visible during editing phase it
 would be only logical to assume that the font would be available during
 the rendering of the document.

LyX (in part) adheres to the Unix principel of one tool for each task:
it is a graphical document processor that relies on the QT library for
the GUI and on other tools for the typesetting: (La)TeX or (with HTML
output) a browser. Without this, such a mighty free tool would be hard to
write/maintain and as big as OpenOffice.

With LyX, what you see (in the editor) is *not* what you get (in the
browser, the PS, PDF, or on paper).

+ you usually get output optimized for the chosen media without compromises.
  This includes different fonts for screen and print.

+ you get feedback in the GUI that lets you concentrate on context and
  semantic markup.
  
- you need a |: View - Edit :| loop for many tasks requiring manual check of
  the output document.
  
- things that work in the GUI or one output format may fail in an different
  one.  

In your example:

+ The QT library (at least on Linux) can use other system fonts to
  substitute missing characters in the chosen font. 
  
  + the number of characters missing in the app is lower,
  
  - you don't realize which characters are missing in the chosen font
(which might not matter if (like in LyX) the font for the printed
document is different anyway).

- Font handling is a vulnerable spot in TeX. In the old times of ASCII and
  code pages, TeX was an advanced system for printing of accented and
  special characters. However, the general development went other ways to
  handle these issues.

  * Traditional (8-bit) TeX requires a special font setup with specially
encoded fonts (tex-fonts).

LyX is one of the best apps regarding the translastion of Unicode into
the TeX code for 8-bit TeX. However, due to various restrictions of TeX,
this is still far from fail safe.

  * XeTeX and LuaTeX can also use Unicode-encoded system fonts, but lack
the automatic character-level substitution mechanism present in many
modern Linux programs (provided for free by the QT library and others).

LyX might provide workarounds for some of these problems, but basically
this needs to be addressed in the typesetting engine, not in LyX.

Thus, if you use a font that does not contain all the (text)
characters used in your document, you need to learn how to mix fonts
with the fontspec package.

 I really like Lyx and I would love to see it more widely used. The
 academics in my college almost exclusively use MS Word and although I
 dislike MSWord, the problem the problem described above is not something I
 have personally encountered. I still think Lyx is a superior product and I
 would much rather struggle with a few font issues every so often then try
 and structure a complex document in Word. However it is these small niggles
 that will prevent people from moving away from Word to Lyx as silly as it
 may seem. My motivation is that the more scientist use Lyx the more
 feedback is received and potentially more development is being done. So
 when I am complaining it is with a good intentions.

I appreciate your good intentions but wanted to explain why this particular
issue will not go away soon.

Thanks,

Günter



Changing font size for 'References' heading

2012-02-28 Thread Steve
Hey,
I'd like to modify my document (Document Class -- article) so that 
the 'References' heading appearing at the beginning of my bibliography section 
shows up bold with the same font size as the main text (Roman: Times Roman: 12 
pt).  Any thoughts?  
Thanks.  -LyX 2.0 Windows user



Page numbers for the bibliography in book(AMS) document class.

2012-02-28 Thread UD

I am using the book(AMS) document class to write a chapter for a book.
The first page of the Bibliography has its page number at
the bottom of the page, rather than in the upper right corner, where all 
the other pages have their numbers.

Using \thispagestyle{headings} did not fix it.
Any ideas?
Thanks,
--
Ehud Kaplan,


Re: lyx latex-import problem

2012-02-28 Thread Georg Baum
Ingar Pareliussen wrote:

 Hi
 
 I have a couple of hundred abstracts from a web form that
 produces simple LaTeX files. I have cat'ed them into one big LaTeX file
 and imported it to LyX. This works for the most part, but I have
 problem with \sindex that needs a option i [index_name] which is not
 recognized by LyX and therefor not put into ERT.
 
 I tried to get search replace it, but when LyX  search within ERT it uses
 all memory and even if it seems to do the right thing it has been working
 on the file for a couple of hours... (file is only 300k and the box has 4G
 of ram, so something seems to be amiss)

Please file a bug report if the file is not secret (or if you can easily 
create a non-secret one).

 Is there some advice on how to do this more efficient? I could do it
 manually, but automated is better :)

Yes. You have two options:

1) Add the line

\sindex[]{translate} %splitidx.sty

to the file lib/syntax.default in your LyX installation, and import the file 
again. This should produce correct ERT.

2) Get the current BRANCH_2_0_X from svn or wait for 2.0.4. This will create 
real index insets for \sindex.


Georg




Re: Changing font size for 'References' heading

2012-02-28 Thread Richard Heck

On 02/28/2012 02:16 PM, Steve wrote:

Hey,
I'd like to modify my document (Document Class -- article) so that
the 'References' heading appearing at the beginning of my bibliography section
shows up bold with the same font size as the main text (Roman: Times Roman: 12
pt).  Any thoughts?
This can be done, but may not be as easy as it seems, since the heading, 
in an article, is set with a \section* command, and the formatting for 
\section* is just the same as that for \section. You probably don't want 
to reformat all the section headings this way, which is what using the 
titlesec package to reformat the headings in the preamble would do.


However, you may be able to use the same sorts of commands in ERT right 
before you do the bibliography. I'm not sure.


Richard



Re: Page numbers for the bibliography in book(AMS) document class.

2012-02-28 Thread Richard Heck

On 02/28/2012 02:30 PM, UD wrote:

I am using the book(AMS) document class to write a chapter for a book.
The first page of the Bibliography has its page number at
the bottom of the page, rather than in the upper right corner, where 
all the other pages have their numbers.

Using \thispagestyle{headings} did not fix it.


Can you post a small example file?

Richard



Re: Embedded Fonts

2012-02-28 Thread Julio Rojas
Thanks a lot to all. I'll go now to R and Inkscape to see how to do it.
Regards.
-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 8:57 AM, Anthony Campbell a...@acampbell.org.ukwrote:

 On 27 Feb 2012, Liviu Andronic wrote:
  On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 12:35 PM, Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com
 wrote:
   Dear all, I would like to use Lulu.com to print a book. Nevertheless,
 the
   ask for the fonts to be embedded in the PDF. Does Lyx do that by
 default?
  
  Mos often, yes. To verify, open the PDF in acroread or evince and
  access ctrl+d and alt+enter, respectively. In the Fonts tab you should
  have information on whether they're embedded or not.
 
  Liviu

 Usually the fonts are embedded OK for Lulu. You can avoid this problem
 by submitting your file as postscript (ps), which will work.

 AC

 --
 Anthony Campbell - a...@acampbell.org.uk
 Microsoft-free zone - Using Debian GNU/Linux
 http://www.acampbell.org.uk - sample my ebooks at
 http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/acampbell




Re: problem control version windows, lyx-2.0.3

2012-02-28 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn



So.. how can we prepare a collaborative document in LyX in windows system.
Please.. Do you have any suggestion, the system that we have to use.
What is the software svn client and the server, that perfectly match
with LyX.


As Stephan said, LyX can't handle yet Subversion 1.7. Your only option 
is to revert back to 1.6.


Vincent


Reminder: Downtime for lyx server - today

2012-02-28 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes
This is just a reminder that the LyX server running the web pages, the
wiki, and subversion
will go down later today for reloacation to a different server.

I expect the server will go down about 22:00 +0100, perhaps a bit
before, perhaps a bit later.
The expectation is that the downtime will not be too long, but will
certainly at the very least
last until sometime Wednesday. Depending on how quick the IP address
is moved over to the
new server.

Questions and comments to me.

-- 
        Lgb


Re: μ breaks document

2012-02-28 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2012-02-12, Gerhardus Geldenhuis wrote:
> On 11 February 2012 20:17, Guenter Milde  wrote:
>> On 2012-02-11, Gerhardus Geldenhuis wrote:

...
>> > ... But seriously I would expect the software to take care of these
>> > types of details in the background. There should not be a need for
>> > me to add and remove fonts and I were I to need a symbol from the
>> > greek font I would not know how to add it.

>> In this case I have to inform you that were you to need Greek symbols
>> (outside math) LyX is not the software for you.
>> Installation of missing fonts is something LyX cannot do, this is up to the
>> LaTeX distribution or (with Xe- or LuaTeX your OS).

...

> Ok here is my assumption upon which my previous statement was based. If I
> select insert symbol and then select greek on latin or whatever is listed.
> I assume/expect that whatever is listed is installed and working. 

This is generally a good idea, however hard to realize in praxi for the
reasons given below.

> Thus the glyphs/fonts that I am seeing is already on my system which is
> why I am seeing them in Lyx. Thus if lyx makes them available to me
> during editing phase, or the font is visible during editing phase it
> would be only logical to assume that the font would be available during
> the rendering of the document.

LyX (in part) adheres to the Unix principel of "one tool for each task":
it is a graphical document processor that relies on the "QT library" for
the GUI and on other tools for the typesetting: (La)TeX or (with HTML
output) a browser. Without this, such a mighty free tool would be hard to
write/maintain and as big as OpenOffice.

With LyX, what you see (in the editor) is *not* what you get (in the
browser, the PS, PDF, or on paper).

+ you usually get output optimized for the chosen media without compromises.
  This includes different fonts for screen and print.

+ you get feedback in the GUI that lets you concentrate on context and
  semantic markup.
  
- you need a |: View - Edit :| loop for many tasks requiring manual check of
  the output document.
  
- things that work in the GUI or one output format may fail in an different
  one.  

In your example:

+ The QT library (at least on Linux) can use other system fonts to
  substitute missing characters in the chosen font. 
  
  + the number of characters missing in the app is lower,
  
  - you don't realize which characters are missing in the chosen font
(which might not matter if (like in LyX) the font for the printed
document is different anyway).

- Font handling is a vulnerable spot in TeX. In the old times of ASCII and
  code pages, TeX was an advanced system for printing of accented and
  special characters. However, the general development went other ways to
  handle these issues.

  * Traditional (8-bit) TeX requires a special font setup with specially
encoded fonts (tex-fonts).

LyX is one of the best apps regarding the translastion of Unicode into
the TeX code for 8-bit TeX. However, due to various restrictions of TeX,
this is still far from fail safe.

  * XeTeX and LuaTeX can also use Unicode-encoded system fonts, but lack
the automatic character-level substitution mechanism present in many
modern Linux programs (provided "for free" by the QT library and others).

LyX might provide workarounds for some of these problems, but basically
this needs to be addressed in the typesetting engine, not in LyX.

Thus, if you use a font that does not contain all the (text)
characters used in your document, you need to learn how to mix fonts
with the "fontspec" package.

> I really like Lyx and I would love to see it more widely used. The
> academics in my college almost exclusively use MS Word and although I
> dislike MSWord, the problem the problem described above is not something I
> have personally encountered. I still think Lyx is a superior product and I
> would much rather struggle with a few font issues every so often then try
> and structure a complex document in Word. However it is these small niggles
> that will prevent people from moving away from Word to Lyx as silly as it
> may seem. My motivation is that the more scientist use Lyx the more
> feedback is received and potentially more development is being done. So
> when I am complaining it is with a good intentions.

I appreciate your good intentions but wanted to explain why this particular
issue will not go away soon.

Thanks,

Günter



Changing font size for 'References' heading

2012-02-28 Thread Steve
Hey,
I'd like to modify my document (Document Class -- article) so that 
the 'References' heading appearing at the beginning of my bibliography section 
shows up bold with the same font size as the main text (Roman: Times Roman: 12 
pt).  Any thoughts?  
Thanks.  -LyX 2.0 Windows user



Page numbers for the bibliography in book(AMS) document class.

2012-02-28 Thread UD

I am using the book(AMS) document class to write a chapter for a book.
The first page of the Bibliography has its page number at
the bottom of the page, rather than in the upper right corner, where all 
the other pages have their numbers.

Using \thispagestyle{headings} did not fix it.
Any ideas?
Thanks,
--
Ehud Kaplan,


Re: lyx latex-import problem

2012-02-28 Thread Georg Baum
Ingar Pareliussen wrote:

> Hi
> 
> I have a couple of hundred abstracts from a web form that
> produces simple LaTeX files. I have cat'ed them into one big LaTeX file
> and imported it to LyX. This works for the most part, but I have
> problem with \sindex that needs a option i [index_name] which is not
> recognized by LyX and therefor not put into ERT.
> 
> I tried to get search replace it, but when LyX  search within ERT it uses
> all memory and even if it seems to do the right thing it has been working
> on the file for a couple of hours... (file is only 300k and the box has 4G
> of ram, so something seems to be amiss)

Please file a bug report if the file is not secret (or if you can easily 
create a non-secret one).

> Is there some advice on how to do this more efficient? I could do it
> manually, but automated is better :)

Yes. You have two options:

1) Add the line

\sindex[]{translate} %splitidx.sty

to the file lib/syntax.default in your LyX installation, and import the file 
again. This should produce correct ERT.

2) Get the current BRANCH_2_0_X from svn or wait for 2.0.4. This will create 
real index insets for \sindex.


Georg




Re: Changing font size for 'References' heading

2012-02-28 Thread Richard Heck

On 02/28/2012 02:16 PM, Steve wrote:

Hey,
I'd like to modify my document (Document Class -- article) so that
the 'References' heading appearing at the beginning of my bibliography section
shows up bold with the same font size as the main text (Roman: Times Roman: 12
pt).  Any thoughts?
This can be done, but may not be as easy as it seems, since the heading, 
in an article, is set with a \section* command, and the formatting for 
\section* is just the same as that for \section. You probably don't want 
to reformat all the section headings this way, which is what using the 
titlesec package to reformat the headings in the preamble would do.


However, you may be able to use the same sorts of commands in ERT right 
before you do the bibliography. I'm not sure.


Richard



Re: Page numbers for the bibliography in book(AMS) document class.

2012-02-28 Thread Richard Heck

On 02/28/2012 02:30 PM, UD wrote:

I am using the book(AMS) document class to write a chapter for a book.
The first page of the Bibliography has its page number at
the bottom of the page, rather than in the upper right corner, where 
all the other pages have their numbers.

Using \thispagestyle{headings} did not fix it.


Can you post a small example file?

Richard



Re: Embedded Fonts

2012-02-28 Thread Julio Rojas
Thanks a lot to all. I'll go now to R and Inkscape to see how to do it.
Regards.
-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com


On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 8:57 AM, Anthony Campbell wrote:

> On 27 Feb 2012, Liviu Andronic wrote:
> > On Mon, Feb 27, 2012 at 12:35 PM, Julio Rojas 
> wrote:
> > > Dear all, I would like to use Lulu.com to print a book. Nevertheless,
> the
> > > ask for the fonts to be embedded in the PDF. Does Lyx do that by
> default?
> > >
> > Mos often, yes. To verify, open the PDF in acroread or evince and
> > access ctrl+d and alt+enter, respectively. In the Fonts tab you should
> > have information on whether they're embedded or not.
> >
> > Liviu
>
> Usually the fonts are embedded OK for Lulu. You can avoid this problem
> by submitting your file as postscript (ps), which will work.
>
> AC
>
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