Cannot edit LaTeX child document in LyX 2.1

2014-08-20 Thread dapper dan
Subject basically says it all: When I try to edit a LaTeX child document
 from within LyX 2.1.1 (by clicking 'edit' in the child document window)
 I get an error message 'LyX: Cannot edit file. Auto-edit file 
path-to-file failed.' 
It does work with LyX child documents and it also works with LyX 2.0.8.1, which 
is also installed on the same machine. 
It did not work with 2.1.0, either.
As
 far as I can see the paths/settings are the same in 2.1.1 and 2.0.8.1, 
but please let me know whether I should check something specific. 
I'm on Windows 7 btw.
Thanks!   

Re: frage

2014-08-20 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
I also write on and off German language texts, and though I have a
German Mac keyboard as spare at home and will connect it if I write
something long, I really would like to be able to easily/quickly
type the German Umlaute in lower and Upper case on the standard (US)
keybopard.

Alt-s is helpful, but I can't find the others.

ERT is not only Evil, it also takes 4-5 Keystrokes for the price of
one :-)-O

Any ideas, perhaps for assignments to key combinations?

greetings, el

on 2014-08-19, 21:09 David L. Johnson said the following:
 On 08/19/2014 10:33 AM, Stephan Witt wrote:
 Am 19.08.2014 um 16:08 schrieb Volker Steinbach
 steine...@gmail.com:

 no joke : i wanted to know if there is a cheap solution tothe
 problem : in german, we had a character called 'eszet' or sharp
 s.  it looks almost like a greek beta.  i wondered if there is a
 latex sign (beginning with \) that prints it.  i remember thirty
 years ago i could use \3 for it !  thats it.
 And you don't have a keyboard with an ß ?

 In case you're using LyX you shouldn't have a problem to get it
 printed after you successfully typed it.  Ok, there are some
 problematic languages, but with german I don't know any.
 Try \ss, making it TeX mode, or what we call ERT.
 




RE: frage

2014-08-20 Thread dapper dan
El,

can't you use deadkeys in LyX on Mac? 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dead_key#Dead_keys_on_various_keyboard_layouts

You might also want to try changing the keyboard layout to US International:

From 
http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=Howtotypeletterswit20100304073426167:

If you use the US International - PC keyboard layout, you instantly get the 
fast way of entering the letters with diacritics!



Go to System Preferences » Language  Text » Input Sources. Check the US 
International - PC
 input method in the list of Input Methods. (If you also use other Input
 Methods, uncheck the others or select the US International - PC method 
as the current Input Method.)



Now you can use the fastest way of entering these characters.
For á, é, í, ó, ú: press ' and directly after that, the vowel.For à, è, ì, ò, 
ù: press ` and directly after that, the vowel. (Note
 that ` is slightly different slightly different from ' ... on my 
keyboard, it is located right of the left-side Shift key.)For ä, ë, ï, ö, ü: 
press  and directly after that, the vowel.For ã, ñ, õ: press ˜ and directly 
after that, the letter. 



NOTE: Setting your keyboard layout to US International - PC 
could change the location of some other  symbols if you ordered your Mac
 with an other-than-International keyboard. In my case, everything was 
still where it should be, but check this and experiment a little with it
 and find out what best suits your needs.



 To: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
 From: nos...@lisse.na
 Subject: Re: frage
 Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2014 12:29:33 +0100
 
 I also write on and off German language texts, and though I have a
 German Mac keyboard as spare at home and will connect it if I write
 something long, I really would like to be able to easily/quickly
 type the German Umlaute in lower and Upper case on the standard (US)
 keybopard.
 
 Alt-s is helpful, but I can't find the others.
 
 ERT is not only Evil, it also takes 4-5 Keystrokes for the price of
 one :-)-O
 
 Any ideas, perhaps for assignments to key combinations?
 
 greetings, el
 
 on 2014-08-19, 21:09 David L. Johnson said the following:
  On 08/19/2014 10:33 AM, Stephan Witt wrote:
  Am 19.08.2014 um 16:08 schrieb Volker Steinbach
  steine...@gmail.com:
 
  no joke : i wanted to know if there is a cheap solution tothe
  problem : in german, we had a character called 'eszet' or sharp
  s.  it looks almost like a greek beta.  i wondered if there is a
  latex sign (beginning with \) that prints it.  i remember thirty
  years ago i could use \3 for it !  thats it.
  And you don't have a keyboard with an ß ?
 
  In case you're using LyX you shouldn't have a problem to get it
  printed after you successfully typed it.  Ok, there are some
  problematic languages, but with german I don't know any.
  Try \ss, making it TeX mode, or what we call ERT.
  
 
 
  

Re: Cannot edit LaTeX child document in LyX 2.1

2014-08-20 Thread Richard Heck

On 08/20/2014 07:04 AM, dapper dan wrote:
Subject basically says it all: When I try to edit a LaTeX child 
document from within LyX 2.1.1 (by clicking 'edit' in the child 
document window) I get an error message 'LyX: Cannot edit file. 
Auto-edit file path-to-file failed.'
It does work with LyX child documents and it also works with LyX 
2.0.8.1, which is also installed on the same machine.

It did not work with 2.1.0, either.
As far as I can see the paths/settings are the same in 2.1.1 and 
2.0.8.1, but please let me know whether I should check something 
specific.

I'm on Windows 7 btw.


If you can run LyX from a terminal, you're likely to get more robust 
error messages. You can also try View Messages Pane, and activate 
Files used by LyX.


Richard



Re: frage

2014-08-20 Thread David L. Johnson
It's  easy to assign any command or keystrokes to, say, function keys or 
Alt-Key combinations.  You only need the \ss, \{a}, etc., which is not so 
many to deal with.  I would probably set it up within ERT, but you can also 
find the appropriate text-based codes.


--

David L. Johnson
Department of Mathematics
Lehigh University


Sent with AquaMail for Android
http://www.aqua-mail.com


On August 20, 2014 7:30:26 AM Dr Eberhard Lisse nos...@lisse.na wrote:


I also write on and off German language texts, and though I have a
German Mac keyboard as spare at home and will connect it if I write
something long, I really would like to be able to easily/quickly
type the German Umlaute in lower and Upper case on the standard (US)
keybopard.

Alt-s is helpful, but I can't find the others.

ERT is not only Evil, it also takes 4-5 Keystrokes for the price of
one :-)-O

Any ideas, perhaps for assignments to key combinations?

greetings, el

on 2014-08-19, 21:09 David L. Johnson said the following:
 On 08/19/2014 10:33 AM, Stephan Witt wrote:
 Am 19.08.2014 um 16:08 schrieb Volker Steinbach
 steine...@gmail.com:

 no joke : i wanted to know if there is a cheap solution tothe
 problem : in german, we had a character called 'eszet' or sharp
 s.  it looks almost like a greek beta.  i wondered if there is a
 latex sign (beginning with \) that prints it.  i remember thirty
 years ago i could use \3 for it !  thats it.
 And you don't have a keyboard with an ß ?

 In case you're using LyX you shouldn't have a problem to get it
 printed after you successfully typed it.  Ok, there are some
 problematic languages, but with german I don't know any.
 Try \ss, making it TeX mode, or what we call ERT.







Beamer

2014-08-20 Thread Patrick Dupre
Hello,

I generate a presentation with beamer and I use the overlays option.
Thus I got 117 slides but only 47 pages.
I would like to print the complete 47 pages and not the 117 slides.
How can I do it?

Thank.

===
 Patrick DUPRÉ | | email: pdu...@gmx.com
 Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l'Atmosphère | |
 Université du Littoral-Côte d'Opale   | |
 Tel.  (33)-(0)3 28 23 76 12   | | Fax: 03 28 65 82 44
 189A, avenue Maurice Schumann | | 59140 Dunkerque, France
===


Re: Beamer

2014-08-20 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Wed, Aug 20, 2014 at 6:46 PM, Patrick Dupre pdu...@gmx.com wrote:
 Hello,

 I generate a presentation with beamer and I use the overlays option.
 Thus I got 117 slides but only 47 pages.
 I would like to print the complete 47 pages and not the 117 slides.
 How can I do it?

Hi Patrick,

Try using the handout class option. Let us know if that doesn't do
what you want. Note that if you're using LyX 2.1.x there is a
beautiful new Beamer manual full of lots of useful advice. I think it
covers this and a lot more. Also note that Beamer support in LyX 2.1.x
has changed a lot so be expect surprises if switching.

Best,

Scott


I can't solve a latex message error

2014-08-20 Thread Marcelo Acuña
When I tray to compile a doc with childs I get a message that say:

Incomplete \iffalse; all text after was ignored after line 2203

but I have not idea how to relate line 2203 with my lyx doc, I think the bug is 
in a child doc but in the latex message error I have not text that aimed to any 
part.
I need help.

Marcelo


Cannot edit LaTeX child document in LyX 2.1

2014-08-20 Thread dapper dan
Subject basically says it all: When I try to edit a LaTeX child document
 from within LyX 2.1.1 (by clicking 'edit' in the child document window)
 I get an error message 'LyX: Cannot edit file. Auto-edit file 
path-to-file failed.' 
It does work with LyX child documents and it also works with LyX 2.0.8.1, which 
is also installed on the same machine. 
It did not work with 2.1.0, either.
As
 far as I can see the paths/settings are the same in 2.1.1 and 2.0.8.1, 
but please let me know whether I should check something specific. 
I'm on Windows 7 btw.
Thanks!   

Re: frage

2014-08-20 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
I also write on and off German language texts, and though I have a
German Mac keyboard as spare at home and will connect it if I write
something long, I really would like to be able to easily/quickly
type the German Umlaute in lower and Upper case on the standard (US)
keybopard.

Alt-s is helpful, but I can't find the others.

ERT is not only Evil, it also takes 4-5 Keystrokes for the price of
one :-)-O

Any ideas, perhaps for assignments to key combinations?

greetings, el

on 2014-08-19, 21:09 David L. Johnson said the following:
 On 08/19/2014 10:33 AM, Stephan Witt wrote:
 Am 19.08.2014 um 16:08 schrieb Volker Steinbach
 steine...@gmail.com:

 no joke : i wanted to know if there is a cheap solution tothe
 problem : in german, we had a character called 'eszet' or sharp
 s.  it looks almost like a greek beta.  i wondered if there is a
 latex sign (beginning with \) that prints it.  i remember thirty
 years ago i could use \3 for it !  thats it.
 And you don't have a keyboard with an ß ?

 In case you're using LyX you shouldn't have a problem to get it
 printed after you successfully typed it.  Ok, there are some
 problematic languages, but with german I don't know any.
 Try \ss, making it TeX mode, or what we call ERT.
 




RE: frage

2014-08-20 Thread dapper dan
El,

can't you use deadkeys in LyX on Mac? 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dead_key#Dead_keys_on_various_keyboard_layouts

You might also want to try changing the keyboard layout to US International:

From 
http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=Howtotypeletterswit20100304073426167:

If you use the US International - PC keyboard layout, you instantly get the 
fast way of entering the letters with diacritics!



Go to System Preferences » Language  Text » Input Sources. Check the US 
International - PC
 input method in the list of Input Methods. (If you also use other Input
 Methods, uncheck the others or select the US International - PC method 
as the current Input Method.)



Now you can use the fastest way of entering these characters.
For á, é, í, ó, ú: press ' and directly after that, the vowel.For à, è, ì, ò, 
ù: press ` and directly after that, the vowel. (Note
 that ` is slightly different slightly different from ' ... on my 
keyboard, it is located right of the left-side Shift key.)For ä, ë, ï, ö, ü: 
press  and directly after that, the vowel.For ã, ñ, õ: press ˜ and directly 
after that, the letter. 



NOTE: Setting your keyboard layout to US International - PC 
could change the location of some other  symbols if you ordered your Mac
 with an other-than-International keyboard. In my case, everything was 
still where it should be, but check this and experiment a little with it
 and find out what best suits your needs.



 To: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
 From: nos...@lisse.na
 Subject: Re: frage
 Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2014 12:29:33 +0100
 
 I also write on and off German language texts, and though I have a
 German Mac keyboard as spare at home and will connect it if I write
 something long, I really would like to be able to easily/quickly
 type the German Umlaute in lower and Upper case on the standard (US)
 keybopard.
 
 Alt-s is helpful, but I can't find the others.
 
 ERT is not only Evil, it also takes 4-5 Keystrokes for the price of
 one :-)-O
 
 Any ideas, perhaps for assignments to key combinations?
 
 greetings, el
 
 on 2014-08-19, 21:09 David L. Johnson said the following:
  On 08/19/2014 10:33 AM, Stephan Witt wrote:
  Am 19.08.2014 um 16:08 schrieb Volker Steinbach
  steine...@gmail.com:
 
  no joke : i wanted to know if there is a cheap solution tothe
  problem : in german, we had a character called 'eszet' or sharp
  s.  it looks almost like a greek beta.  i wondered if there is a
  latex sign (beginning with \) that prints it.  i remember thirty
  years ago i could use \3 for it !  thats it.
  And you don't have a keyboard with an ß ?
 
  In case you're using LyX you shouldn't have a problem to get it
  printed after you successfully typed it.  Ok, there are some
  problematic languages, but with german I don't know any.
  Try \ss, making it TeX mode, or what we call ERT.
  
 
 
  

Re: Cannot edit LaTeX child document in LyX 2.1

2014-08-20 Thread Richard Heck

On 08/20/2014 07:04 AM, dapper dan wrote:
Subject basically says it all: When I try to edit a LaTeX child 
document from within LyX 2.1.1 (by clicking 'edit' in the child 
document window) I get an error message 'LyX: Cannot edit file. 
Auto-edit file path-to-file failed.'
It does work with LyX child documents and it also works with LyX 
2.0.8.1, which is also installed on the same machine.

It did not work with 2.1.0, either.
As far as I can see the paths/settings are the same in 2.1.1 and 
2.0.8.1, but please let me know whether I should check something 
specific.

I'm on Windows 7 btw.


If you can run LyX from a terminal, you're likely to get more robust 
error messages. You can also try View Messages Pane, and activate 
Files used by LyX.


Richard



Re: frage

2014-08-20 Thread David L. Johnson
It's  easy to assign any command or keystrokes to, say, function keys or 
Alt-Key combinations.  You only need the \ss, \{a}, etc., which is not so 
many to deal with.  I would probably set it up within ERT, but you can also 
find the appropriate text-based codes.


--

David L. Johnson
Department of Mathematics
Lehigh University


Sent with AquaMail for Android
http://www.aqua-mail.com


On August 20, 2014 7:30:26 AM Dr Eberhard Lisse nos...@lisse.na wrote:


I also write on and off German language texts, and though I have a
German Mac keyboard as spare at home and will connect it if I write
something long, I really would like to be able to easily/quickly
type the German Umlaute in lower and Upper case on the standard (US)
keybopard.

Alt-s is helpful, but I can't find the others.

ERT is not only Evil, it also takes 4-5 Keystrokes for the price of
one :-)-O

Any ideas, perhaps for assignments to key combinations?

greetings, el

on 2014-08-19, 21:09 David L. Johnson said the following:
 On 08/19/2014 10:33 AM, Stephan Witt wrote:
 Am 19.08.2014 um 16:08 schrieb Volker Steinbach
 steine...@gmail.com:

 no joke : i wanted to know if there is a cheap solution tothe
 problem : in german, we had a character called 'eszet' or sharp
 s.  it looks almost like a greek beta.  i wondered if there is a
 latex sign (beginning with \) that prints it.  i remember thirty
 years ago i could use \3 for it !  thats it.
 And you don't have a keyboard with an ß ?

 In case you're using LyX you shouldn't have a problem to get it
 printed after you successfully typed it.  Ok, there are some
 problematic languages, but with german I don't know any.
 Try \ss, making it TeX mode, or what we call ERT.







Beamer

2014-08-20 Thread Patrick Dupre
Hello,

I generate a presentation with beamer and I use the overlays option.
Thus I got 117 slides but only 47 pages.
I would like to print the complete 47 pages and not the 117 slides.
How can I do it?

Thank.

===
 Patrick DUPRÉ | | email: pdu...@gmx.com
 Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l'Atmosphère | |
 Université du Littoral-Côte d'Opale   | |
 Tel.  (33)-(0)3 28 23 76 12   | | Fax: 03 28 65 82 44
 189A, avenue Maurice Schumann | | 59140 Dunkerque, France
===


Re: Beamer

2014-08-20 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Wed, Aug 20, 2014 at 6:46 PM, Patrick Dupre pdu...@gmx.com wrote:
 Hello,

 I generate a presentation with beamer and I use the overlays option.
 Thus I got 117 slides but only 47 pages.
 I would like to print the complete 47 pages and not the 117 slides.
 How can I do it?

Hi Patrick,

Try using the handout class option. Let us know if that doesn't do
what you want. Note that if you're using LyX 2.1.x there is a
beautiful new Beamer manual full of lots of useful advice. I think it
covers this and a lot more. Also note that Beamer support in LyX 2.1.x
has changed a lot so be expect surprises if switching.

Best,

Scott


I can't solve a latex message error

2014-08-20 Thread Marcelo Acuña
When I tray to compile a doc with childs I get a message that say:

Incomplete \iffalse; all text after was ignored after line 2203

but I have not idea how to relate line 2203 with my lyx doc, I think the bug is 
in a child doc but in the latex message error I have not text that aimed to any 
part.
I need help.

Marcelo


Cannot edit LaTeX child document in LyX 2.1

2014-08-20 Thread dapper dan
Subject basically says it all: When I try to edit a LaTeX child document
 from within LyX 2.1.1 (by clicking 'edit' in the child document window)
 I get an error message 'LyX: Cannot edit file. Auto-edit file 
"path-to-file" failed.' 
It does work with LyX child documents and it also works with LyX 2.0.8.1, which 
is also installed on the same machine. 
It did not work with 2.1.0, either.
As
 far as I can see the paths/settings are the same in 2.1.1 and 2.0.8.1, 
but please let me know whether I should check something specific. 
I'm on Windows 7 btw.
Thanks!   

Re: frage

2014-08-20 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
I also write on and off German language texts, and though I have a
German Mac keyboard as spare at home and will connect it if I write
something long, I really would like to be able to easily/quickly
type the German Umlaute in lower and Upper case on the standard (US)
keybopard.

Alt-s is helpful, but I can't find the others.

ERT is not only Evil, it also takes 4-5 Keystrokes for the price of
one :-)-O

Any ideas, perhaps for assignments to key combinations?

greetings, el

on 2014-08-19, 21:09 David L. Johnson said the following:
> On 08/19/2014 10:33 AM, Stephan Witt wrote:
>> Am 19.08.2014 um 16:08 schrieb Volker Steinbach
>> :
>>
>>> no joke : i wanted to know if there is a cheap solution tothe
>>> problem : in german, we had a character called 'eszet' or sharp
>>> s.  it looks almost like a greek beta.  i wondered if there is a
>>> latex sign (beginning with \) that prints it.  i remember thirty
>>> years ago i could use \3 for it !  thats it.
>> And you don't have a keyboard with an "ß" ?
>>
>> In case you're using LyX you shouldn't have a problem to get it
>> printed after you successfully typed it.  Ok, there are some
>> problematic languages, but with german I don't know any.
> Try \ss, making it "TeX mode", or what we call ERT.
> 




RE: frage

2014-08-20 Thread dapper dan
El,

can't you use deadkeys in LyX on Mac? 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dead_key#Dead_keys_on_various_keyboard_layouts

You might also want to try changing the keyboard layout to US International:

>From 
>http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=Howtotypeletterswit20100304073426167:

"If you use the US International - PC keyboard layout, you instantly get the 
fast way of entering the letters with diacritics!



Go to System Preferences » Language & Text » Input Sources. Check the US 
International - PC
 input method in the list of Input Methods. (If you also use other Input
 Methods, uncheck the others or select the US International - PC method 
as the current Input Method.)



Now you can use the fastest way of entering these characters.
For á, é, í, ó, ú: press ' and directly after that, the vowel.For à, è, ì, ò, 
ù: press ` and directly after that, the vowel. (Note
 that ` is slightly different slightly different from ' ... on my 
keyboard, it is located right of the left-side Shift key.)For ä, ë, ï, ö, ü: 
press " and directly after that, the vowel.For ã, ñ, õ: press ˜ and directly 
after that, the letter. 



NOTE: Setting your keyboard layout to US International - PC 
could change the location of some other  symbols if you ordered your Mac
 with an other-than-International keyboard. In my case, everything was 
still where it should be, but check this and experiment a little with it
 and find out what best suits your needs."



> To: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
> From: nos...@lisse.na
> Subject: Re: frage
> Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2014 12:29:33 +0100
> 
> I also write on and off German language texts, and though I have a
> German Mac keyboard as spare at home and will connect it if I write
> something long, I really would like to be able to easily/quickly
> type the German Umlaute in lower and Upper case on the standard (US)
> keybopard.
> 
> Alt-s is helpful, but I can't find the others.
> 
> ERT is not only Evil, it also takes 4-5 Keystrokes for the price of
> one :-)-O
> 
> Any ideas, perhaps for assignments to key combinations?
> 
> greetings, el
> 
> on 2014-08-19, 21:09 David L. Johnson said the following:
> > On 08/19/2014 10:33 AM, Stephan Witt wrote:
> >> Am 19.08.2014 um 16:08 schrieb Volker Steinbach
> >> :
> >>
> >>> no joke : i wanted to know if there is a cheap solution tothe
> >>> problem : in german, we had a character called 'eszet' or sharp
> >>> s.  it looks almost like a greek beta.  i wondered if there is a
> >>> latex sign (beginning with \) that prints it.  i remember thirty
> >>> years ago i could use \3 for it !  thats it.
> >> And you don't have a keyboard with an "ß" ?
> >>
> >> In case you're using LyX you shouldn't have a problem to get it
> >> printed after you successfully typed it.  Ok, there are some
> >> problematic languages, but with german I don't know any.
> > Try \ss, making it "TeX mode", or what we call ERT.
> > 
> 
> 
  

Re: Cannot edit LaTeX child document in LyX 2.1

2014-08-20 Thread Richard Heck

On 08/20/2014 07:04 AM, dapper dan wrote:
Subject basically says it all: When I try to edit a LaTeX child 
document from within LyX 2.1.1 (by clicking 'edit' in the child 
document window) I get an error message 'LyX: Cannot edit file. 
Auto-edit file "path-to-file" failed.'
It does work with LyX child documents and it also works with LyX 
2.0.8.1, which is also installed on the same machine.

It did not work with 2.1.0, either.
As far as I can see the paths/settings are the same in 2.1.1 and 
2.0.8.1, but please let me know whether I should check something 
specific.

I'm on Windows 7 btw.


If you can run LyX from a terminal, you're likely to get more robust 
error messages. You can also try View> Messages Pane, and activate 
"Files used by LyX".


Richard



Re: frage

2014-08-20 Thread David L. Johnson
It's  easy to assign any command or keystrokes to, say, function keys or 
Alt-Key combinations.  You only need the \ss, \"{a}, etc., which is not so 
many to deal with.  I would probably set it up within ERT, but you can also 
find the appropriate text-based codes.


--

David L. Johnson
Department of Mathematics
Lehigh University


Sent with AquaMail for Android
http://www.aqua-mail.com


On August 20, 2014 7:30:26 AM Dr Eberhard Lisse  wrote:


I also write on and off German language texts, and though I have a
German Mac keyboard as spare at home and will connect it if I write
something long, I really would like to be able to easily/quickly
type the German Umlaute in lower and Upper case on the standard (US)
keybopard.

Alt-s is helpful, but I can't find the others.

ERT is not only Evil, it also takes 4-5 Keystrokes for the price of
one :-)-O

Any ideas, perhaps for assignments to key combinations?

greetings, el

on 2014-08-19, 21:09 David L. Johnson said the following:
> On 08/19/2014 10:33 AM, Stephan Witt wrote:
>> Am 19.08.2014 um 16:08 schrieb Volker Steinbach
>> :
>>
>>> no joke : i wanted to know if there is a cheap solution tothe
>>> problem : in german, we had a character called 'eszet' or sharp
>>> s.  it looks almost like a greek beta.  i wondered if there is a
>>> latex sign (beginning with \) that prints it.  i remember thirty
>>> years ago i could use \3 for it !  thats it.
>> And you don't have a keyboard with an "ß" ?
>>
>> In case you're using LyX you shouldn't have a problem to get it
>> printed after you successfully typed it.  Ok, there are some
>> problematic languages, but with german I don't know any.
> Try \ss, making it "TeX mode", or what we call ERT.
>






Beamer

2014-08-20 Thread Patrick Dupre
Hello,

I generate a presentation with beamer and I use the overlays option.
Thus I got 117 slides but only 47 pages.
I would like to print the complete 47 pages and not the 117 slides.
How can I do it?

Thank.

===
 Patrick DUPRÉ | | email: pdu...@gmx.com
 Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l'Atmosphère | |
 Université du Littoral-Côte d'Opale   | |
 Tel.  (33)-(0)3 28 23 76 12   | | Fax: 03 28 65 82 44
 189A, avenue Maurice Schumann | | 59140 Dunkerque, France
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Re: Beamer

2014-08-20 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Wed, Aug 20, 2014 at 6:46 PM, Patrick Dupre  wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I generate a presentation with beamer and I use the overlays option.
> Thus I got 117 slides but only 47 pages.
> I would like to print the complete 47 pages and not the 117 slides.
> How can I do it?

Hi Patrick,

Try using the "handout" class option. Let us know if that doesn't do
what you want. Note that if you're using LyX 2.1.x there is a
beautiful new Beamer manual full of lots of useful advice. I think it
covers this and a lot more. Also note that Beamer support in LyX 2.1.x
has changed a lot so be expect surprises if switching.

Best,

Scott


I can't solve a latex message error

2014-08-20 Thread Marcelo Acuña
When I tray to compile a doc with childs I get a message that say:

Incomplete \iffalse; all text after was ignored after line 2203

but I have not idea how to relate line 2203 with my lyx doc, I think the bug is 
in a child doc but in the latex message error I have not text that aimed to any 
part.
I need help.

Marcelo