Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Justin Wood Justin.Wood at murdoch.edu.au writes:

 Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX?

I think I answered my own question there. It seems to come down to that issue:
no easy route from XeTeX to LaTeX for latex2rtf to work. Kinda obvious I guess!

All this so I can give my thesis chapters to supervisors in Word for feedback
via track changes. I think it would have been simpler to just install LyX on
their machines...





Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
Or write xtetex2rtf :-)-O

Does it really matter, when using LyX, which back end one uses?

el

on 2013-02-07 09:56 Justin Wood said the following:
 Justin Wood Justin.Wood at murdoch.edu.au writes:
 
 Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX?
 
 I think I answered my own question there. It seems to come down to that issue:
 no easy route from XeTeX to LaTeX for latex2rtf to work. Kinda obvious I 
 guess!
 
 All this so I can give my thesis chapters to supervisors in Word for feedback
 via track changes. I think it would have been simpler to just install LyX on
 their machines...
 
 
 
 




Re: husort

2013-02-07 Thread Csikos Bela
Dr. Gyorgy Pota pota.gyo...@science.unideb.hu írta:
Dear Users,

I use husort.pl, a perl program for making index according to the
Hungarian alphabet. In Lyx I write this command to the place that opens 
with Output/Latex/Custom. When I  use the program with the makeindex 
parameters -c -q then it works but does not differentiate between the 
accented letters and their normal counterparts, that is members of the 
pairs a, á; e, é; u, ü etc. are the same. However, the program is 
allowed to run with the parameters --sort-hu -a as well, which, in 
principle give the full solution to the accented letter problem. In Lyx 
the program runs with these parameters but without making any index. 
Would you help me, please? Many thanks, Gyorgy Pota


Hello:

The manual of magyarlatex clearly states that you have to
use husort.pl instead of makeindex.

In lyx 2.0.x you have to set Tools - Preferences - Output
- Latex - Index generation - Processor to Custom.
Below this you set Command: to husort.pl with full path (eg:
/home/username/husort.pl).
In linux make sure that husort.pl has the correct run permission.
Then don't forget to click save. Do a Tools - Reconfigure.
Restart lyx. Now the index should be generated correctly.

Regards,

bcsikos



Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Dr Eberhard Lisse nospam at lisse.NA writes:

 
 Or write xtetex2rtf -O
 
 Does it really matter, when using LyX, which back end one uses?
 
 el
 

I'm not sure I follow. Do you mean why use XeTeX? Largely for the font support,
but also because I thought it was the superior engine these days. Perhaps that
was foolish.






Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 2:23 PM, Justin Wood justin.w...@murdoch.edu.au wrote:
 I'm not sure I follow. Do you mean why use XeTeX? Largely for the font 
 support,

In my experience XeTeX typesetting is inferior to that of LaTeX. But
then I'm no expert.

Liviu


Re: Thesaurus is not Working

2013-02-07 Thread Charlie
 On Fri, 8 Feb 2013 08:00:41 +0100 Kenedy Torcatt yde...@gmail.com
 suggested this:

Hello...
I'm using LyX 2.0.5.1 trying to get sinnonims with thesaurus but
   nothing is being found using spanish. I tried with english too
   and nothing. I tried
updating everything inside miktex but nope.

Please help me...

Thankyou in advance!

--
Kenedy Torcatt


  I've never found the thesaurus to be anything but a keystroke that
  offers no alternatives at all or seldom at best.

I think you're probably better off using another thesaurus apart from
the one that doesn't work in LyX.

HTH

-- 
Registered Linux User:- 329524
***

Most of the luxuries and many of the so-called comforts of life
are not only not indispensable, but positive hindrances to the
elevation of mankind. .Henry David Thoreau

***

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Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Justin Wood Justin.Wood at murdoch.edu.au writes:

 Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX?

I think I answered my own question there. It seems to come down to that issue:
no easy route from XeTeX to LaTeX for latex2rtf to work. Kinda obvious I guess!

All this so I can give my thesis chapters to supervisors in Word for feedback
via track changes. I think it would have been simpler to just install LyX on
their machines...





Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
Or write xtetex2rtf :-)-O

Does it really matter, when using LyX, which back end one uses?

el

on 2013-02-07 09:56 Justin Wood said the following:
 Justin Wood Justin.Wood at murdoch.edu.au writes:
 
 Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX?
 
 I think I answered my own question there. It seems to come down to that issue:
 no easy route from XeTeX to LaTeX for latex2rtf to work. Kinda obvious I 
 guess!
 
 All this so I can give my thesis chapters to supervisors in Word for feedback
 via track changes. I think it would have been simpler to just install LyX on
 their machines...
 
 
 
 




Re: husort

2013-02-07 Thread Csikos Bela
Dr. Gyorgy Pota pota.gyo...@science.unideb.hu írta:
Dear Users,

I use husort.pl, a perl program for making index according to the
Hungarian alphabet. In Lyx I write this command to the place that opens 
with Output/Latex/Custom. When I  use the program with the makeindex 
parameters -c -q then it works but does not differentiate between the 
accented letters and their normal counterparts, that is members of the 
pairs a, á; e, é; u, ü etc. are the same. However, the program is 
allowed to run with the parameters --sort-hu -a as well, which, in 
principle give the full solution to the accented letter problem. In Lyx 
the program runs with these parameters but without making any index. 
Would you help me, please? Many thanks, Gyorgy Pota


Hello:

The manual of magyarlatex clearly states that you have to
use husort.pl instead of makeindex.

In lyx 2.0.x you have to set Tools - Preferences - Output
- Latex - Index generation - Processor to Custom.
Below this you set Command: to husort.pl with full path (eg:
/home/username/husort.pl).
In linux make sure that husort.pl has the correct run permission.
Then don't forget to click save. Do a Tools - Reconfigure.
Restart lyx. Now the index should be generated correctly.

Regards,

bcsikos



Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Dr Eberhard Lisse nospam at lisse.NA writes:

 
 Or write xtetex2rtf -O
 
 Does it really matter, when using LyX, which back end one uses?
 
 el
 

I'm not sure I follow. Do you mean why use XeTeX? Largely for the font support,
but also because I thought it was the superior engine these days. Perhaps that
was foolish.






Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 2:23 PM, Justin Wood justin.w...@murdoch.edu.au wrote:
 I'm not sure I follow. Do you mean why use XeTeX? Largely for the font 
 support,

In my experience XeTeX typesetting is inferior to that of LaTeX. But
then I'm no expert.

Liviu


Re: Thesaurus is not Working

2013-02-07 Thread Charlie
 On Fri, 8 Feb 2013 08:00:41 +0100 Kenedy Torcatt yde...@gmail.com
 suggested this:

Hello...
I'm using LyX 2.0.5.1 trying to get sinnonims with thesaurus but
   nothing is being found using spanish. I tried with english too
   and nothing. I tried
updating everything inside miktex but nope.

Please help me...

Thankyou in advance!

--
Kenedy Torcatt


  I've never found the thesaurus to be anything but a keystroke that
  offers no alternatives at all or seldom at best.

I think you're probably better off using another thesaurus apart from
the one that doesn't work in LyX.

HTH

-- 
Registered Linux User:- 329524
***

Most of the luxuries and many of the so-called comforts of life
are not only not indispensable, but positive hindrances to the
elevation of mankind. .Henry David Thoreau

***

Debian GNU/Linux - just the best way to create magic

-


Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Justin Wood  murdoch.edu.au> writes:

> Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX?

I think I answered my own question there. It seems to come down to that issue:
no easy route from XeTeX to LaTeX for latex2rtf to work. Kinda obvious I guess!

All this so I can give my thesis chapters to supervisors in Word for feedback
via track changes. I think it would have been simpler to just install LyX on
their machines...





Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
Or write xtetex2rtf :-)-O

Does it really matter, when using LyX, which back end one uses?

el

on 2013-02-07 09:56 Justin Wood said the following:
> Justin Wood  murdoch.edu.au> writes:
> 
>> Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX?
> 
> I think I answered my own question there. It seems to come down to that issue:
> no easy route from XeTeX to LaTeX for latex2rtf to work. Kinda obvious I 
> guess!
> 
> All this so I can give my thesis chapters to supervisors in Word for feedback
> via track changes. I think it would have been simpler to just install LyX on
> their machines...
> 
> 
> 
> 




Re: husort

2013-02-07 Thread Csikos Bela
"Dr. Gyorgy Pota"  írta:
>Dear Users,
>
>I use husort.pl, a perl program for making index according to the
>Hungarian alphabet. In Lyx I write this command to the place that opens 
>with Output/Latex/Custom. When I  use the program with the makeindex 
>parameters -c -q then it works but does not differentiate between the 
>accented letters and their normal counterparts, that is members of the 
>pairs a, á; e, é; u, ü etc. are the same. However, the program is 
>allowed to run with the parameters --sort-hu -a as well, which, in 
>principle give the full solution to the accented letter problem. In Lyx 
>the program runs with these parameters but without making any index. 
>Would you help me, please? Many thanks, Gyorgy Pota
>

Hello:

The manual of magyarlatex clearly states that you have to
use husort.pl instead of makeindex.

In lyx 2.0.x you have to set "Tools -> Preferences -> Output
-> Latex -> Index generation -> Processor" to "Custom".
Below this you set "Command:" to husort.pl with full path (eg:
/home/username/husort.pl).
In linux make sure that husort.pl has the correct run permission.
Then don't forget to click save. Do a Tools -> Reconfigure.
Restart lyx. Now the index should be generated correctly.

Regards,

bcsikos



Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Dr Eberhard Lisse  lisse.NA> writes:

> 
> Or write xtetex2rtf -O
> 
> Does it really matter, when using LyX, which back end one uses?
> 
> el
> 

I'm not sure I follow. Do you mean why use XeTeX? Largely for the font support,
but also because I thought it was the superior engine these days. Perhaps that
was foolish.






Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 2:23 PM, Justin Wood  wrote:
> I'm not sure I follow. Do you mean why use XeTeX? Largely for the font 
> support,
>
In my experience XeTeX typesetting is inferior to that of LaTeX. But
then I'm no expert.

Liviu


Re: Thesaurus is not Working

2013-02-07 Thread Charlie
 On Fri, 8 Feb 2013 08:00:41 +0100 "Kenedy Torcatt yde...@gmail.com"
 suggested this:

>Hello...
>I'm using LyX 2.0.5.1 trying to get sinnonims with thesaurus but
>   nothing is being found using spanish. I tried with english too
>   and nothing. I tried
>updating everything inside miktex but nope.
>
>Please help me...
>
>Thankyou in advance!
>
>--
>Kenedy Torcatt


  I've never found the thesaurus to be anything but a keystroke that
  offers no alternatives at all or seldom at best.

I think you're probably better off using another thesaurus apart from
the one that doesn't work in LyX.

HTH

-- 
Registered Linux User:- 329524
***

Most of the luxuries and many of the so-called comforts of life
are not only not indispensable, but positive hindrances to the
elevation of mankind. .Henry David Thoreau

***

Debian GNU/Linux - just the best way to create magic

-