Re: LyX to Adobe PDF

1999-05-21 Thread Thierry Michalowski

Here is a copy of what I mailed to John yesterday: :-)

This was already discussed in a thread some days ago.
You should look at the archives for the full thing.
Alll options are about creating PostScript (which is what LaTeX is
supposed to do
after all) and then converting it to PDF. Have a look at Acrobat
Distiller , or
at ghostscript (free!) ...
Hope this helps

Hugh Caley wrote:

 I'm sorry, I didn't see any reply to this...what were the suggestions?

 Hugh

 John Wetterau wrote:

  Thierry, Reuben,
  Thanks a lot. That's a big help.

 --
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 Babcock  Brown, San Francisco
 415-512-1515 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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Starting problem

1999-05-21 Thread RvtO

When I start the new compiled Lyx 1.01/2  I get the following message 

fl_set_object_boxtype. Setting boxtype of NULL object.
In fl_bgn_form [forms.c 55] You forgot to call fl_end_form.

and the program stops.
This with use of Xforms88 and 86 version downloaded from ftp.lyx.org
I use Linux 2.0.36 Slackware, but on SuSe I got the same messages.

If a solution please give this.


Rudie van 't Oever



Re: cross-Reference to other document

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

 "Kees" == w w [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Kees I'm making a report from multiple documents.  That is I save all
Kees the chapters as a seperate lyx file and use "include file..." in
Kees the main document.  let's say in chapter three I want to refere
Kees to an other chapter saved as document1 but I do not know which
Kees chapter this will be in my final report.

Kees I tried to put a cross reference in chapter 3 refering to a
Kees label in document1 but apperently lyx doesn't support this yet.

Hello,

What version of lyx are you using? With version 1.0.2 (or 1.0.3pre2,
which fixes some bugs), it should be possible.

JMarc



Re[2]: Starting problem

1999-05-21 Thread RvtO

  "RvtO" == RvtO  [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
 
 RvtO When I start the new compiled Lyx 1.01/2 I get the following
 RvtO message fl_set_object_boxtype. Setting boxtype of NULL object.
 RvtO In fl_bgn_form [forms.c 55] You forgot to call fl_end_form.
 
 RvtO and the program stops.  This with use of Xforms88 and 86 version
 RvtO downloaded from ftp.lyx.org I use Linux 2.0.36 Slackware, but on
 RvtO SuSe I got the same messages.
 
 Hello,
 
 With which library version did you compile? You cannot run with 0.86 a
 binary compiled with 0.88. Similarly, with the 0.88 library, you
 should make sure that the header (forms.h) version (this is the
 version given by configure) is indeed the same as the library
 (libforms.a or libforms.so) version.
 
 JMarc
 
I changed the complete Xform distribution.

Rudie



Feature: View LaTeX source?

1999-05-21 Thread Thomas Steffen

hi,

i just started using (and promoting) lyx, and i am really missing one
feature: to have a view at the latex source. exporting and then
starting xemacs is a bit tiresome. is there a way to get this in the
menu? 

Thomas [EMAIL PROTECTED]
-- 
linux, linuctis - f, das beste Betriebssystem ;-) [Tobi in doc]



Re: Feature: View LaTeX source?

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

 "Thomas" == Thomas Steffen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Thomas hi, i just started using (and promoting) lyx, and i am really
Thomas missing one feature: to have a view at the latex
Thomas source. exporting and then starting xemacs is a bit
Thomas tiresome. is there a way to get this in the menu?

You can probably obtain that with the File-Export-Custom feature.

JMarc



Re: Starting problem

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

 "RvtO" == RvtO  [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

  "RvtO" == RvtO [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
 
RvtO When I start the new compiled Lyx 1.01/2 I get the following
RvtO message fl_set_object_boxtype. Setting boxtype of NULL object.
RvtO In fl_bgn_form [forms.c 55] You forgot to call fl_end_form.

RvtO and the program stops.  This with use of Xforms88 and 86 version
RvtO downloaded from ftp.lyx.org I use Linux 2.0.36 Slackware, but on
RvtO SuSe I got the same messages.
  Hello,
 
 With which library version did you compile? You cannot run with
 0.86 a binary compiled with 0.88. Similarly, with the 0.88 library,
 you should make sure that the header (forms.h) version (this is the
 version given by configure) is indeed the same as the library
 (libforms.a or libforms.so) version.
 
 JMarc
 
RvtO I changed the complete Xform distribution.

Does this means that the library version indicated by configure ("checking
xforms header version") is the same as the version you get with 'ldd
lyx'? I ask because your problem really looks like a library version
mismatch. Did you recompile completely after changing version?

JMarc



Re: Save All feature and Version Control

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

 "Christian" == Christian Ridderström [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Christian Hi I would like a "Save All" feature that automatically
Christian saves all modified files in Lyx. The reason follows below,
Christian but does anybody know if there is a named command for this?

No, it does not exist. It would not be very difficult to implement,
but nobody did it.

Christian I use LyX both at work and at home on the same projekt
Christian files. To handle the multiple working copies of the
Christian documents, I use CVS to update files that have
Christian changed. Recently I managed to leave work without saving
Christian all the files in LyX, which meant that I couldn't update
Christian the files at home.

But when you quit LyX, it prompts you for all files, doesn't it?

JMarc



Exporting notes?

1999-05-21 Thread Reuben Thomas

It'd be useful if notes were exported as comments in LaTeX files, so that
you don't lose them by mistake if you go from LyX to LaTeX.

-- 
http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/users/rrt1001/ | certain, a.  insufficiently analysed



Re: Slides(foiltex): Sub-headings and text centering/tabulating?

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

 "Q" == Q Modnar [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Q Hi, I'm currently creating slides using the foiltex template in
Q LyX.

Q I'd like to know how to create sub-headings on a page.  There
Q doesn't seem to be an option for this.

No, the foilTeX package does not support that by default. You can
always enter a paragraph and set it to center and to the right font,
but this kind of defeats the purpose of LyX. You could probably ask
the foilTeX author Jim Hafner [EMAIL PROTECTED] how this should
be done.

Q Also how do I center and indent text in LyX? Do I need some kind of
Q LaTeX command? The reason is that I'm preparing my slides in
Q "landscape" and short pieces of text are left justified and hence
Q looks awkward.

To center: look at Layout-Paragraph

To indent text: you can try the quote or quotation environment.

Hope this helps.

JMarc



Pagenumbering

1999-05-21 Thread Steffen Schmidt

Hi,

is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
LyX?

Thanks
Steffen


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Re: Pagenumberingboundary=------------A925F394019985491807EB7D

1999-05-21 Thread Herbert

Steffen Schmidt wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
 have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
 and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
 LyX?


\pagenumbering{roman}
...
\pagenumbering{arabic}
...



Herbert
-- 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
http://www.canisius.de/



Re: Pagenumberingboundary=------------A925F394019985491807EB7D

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

 "Herbert" == Herbert  [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Herbert Steffen Schmidt wrote:
  Hi,
 
 is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like
 to have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III,
 IV...)  and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this
 possible with LyX?


Herbert \pagenumbering{roman} ...  \pagenumbering{arabic} ...

A better solution is to add 
  \frontmatter
marked as TeX at the beginning of the document,
  \mainmatter
at the end of the table of contents/introduction, and maybe
  \backmatter
just before the bibliography, index and other end-of-book things.

JMarc



Re: Pagenumbering

1999-05-21 Thread Andreas Jahnen

---Reply to mail from Steffen Schmidt about Pagenumbering

 Hi,
 
 is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
 have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
 and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
 LyX?

That is possible. Use (as Latex = red) this commands:

\pagenumbering{roman}   at the beginning of your dokument;
\pagenumbering{arabic}  at the beginning of your chapters


That's all.

Andreas

 
 Thanks
 Steffen
 

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Re: /tmp/... etc not found Success

1999-05-21 Thread Raymond E. Rogers Sr.

Fixed!!!
And many thanks to JMarc for patience.
I had gotten a libc.so.5 form of libforms.so.0.88 mixed into my system.
A diagnostic approach that would have worked is.

locate libforms.so.0.88  
strings path/libforms.so.0.88 |egrep libc

The first step is for those of us who have multiple installs of various
things.  REALLY should eliminate repititions; there are tools to find
duplicate file names somewhere.
The second step should yield libc.so.6 !
Otherwise things like system(""), getcwd() fail in lyx.  Although I can't
imagine why.

Again: Thanks to JMarc for patience and many emails.
Ray

Sincerely,
Raymond E. Rogers  [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
5251 Wayne Rd.  White Lake, MI 48383
http://www.plaidheron.simplenet.com/ray/resume.html




Re: /tmp/... etc not found Success

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

 "Raymond" == Raymond E Rogers [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Raymond Fixed!!!  And many thanks to JMarc for patience.  I had
Raymond gotten a libc.so.5 form of libforms.so.0.88 mixed into my
Raymond system.  A diagnostic approach that would have worked is.

Ah! I knew it from the beginning :)

JMarc



Problem with RCS in LyX 1.0.1

1999-05-21 Thread Andreas Busch

Hi,

I am using LyX 1.0.1 under OS/2 (XFree86). Today I installed the revision control 
system RCS. LyX is supposed to support it, and so I went on to try it.
I selected the Registration... option from the menu and registered my file. It was 
duly 
put into the /RCS/ directory and the version on my screen was write protected.
However, the menu options did not change. Under the respective option on the drop 
down menu (I am using the German version and thus don't want to confuse you by 
mis-translating them into English), "Registration..." is still the only option. It is 
neither 
greyed out (as it should be after registration has taken place), nor are the any other 
options visible. I can therefore not commit any changes to version control or create a 
working copy that I can revise.
If I look at the /RCS/ directory, there is a file with the RCS info in it, and if I 
use a 
commandline and issue an "rlog" command, the following output appears which looks 
correct: 

[E:\]rlog D:\exchange\BibTeX_Notizen.lyx

RCS file: D:\exchange\RCS/BibTeX_Notizen.lyx
Working file: D:\exchange\BibTeX_Notizen.lyx
head: 1.1
branch:
locks: strict
access list:
symbolic names:
keyword substitution: kv
total revisions: 1; selected revisions: 1
description:
Notizen und Konventionen zu BibTeX

revision 1.1
date: 1999/05/21 18:53:16;  author: abusch;  state: Exp;
Initial revision


Is this a known bug? I couldn't find anything about it in the documentation. Is it 
OS/2 
specific? Is it a problem with the German menus?

I'd be grateful for any ideas.

Andreas

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Re: LyX to Adobe PDF

1999-05-21 Thread Thierry Michalowski

Here is a copy of what I mailed to John yesterday: :-)

This was already discussed in a thread some days ago.
You should look at the archives for the full thing.
Alll options are about creating PostScript (which is what LaTeX is
supposed to do
after all) and then converting it to PDF. Have a look at Acrobat
Distiller , or
at ghostscript (free!) ...
Hope this helps

Hugh Caley wrote:

 I'm sorry, I didn't see any reply to this...what were the suggestions?

 Hugh

 John Wetterau wrote:

  Thierry, Reuben,
  Thanks a lot. That's a big help.

 --
 Hugh Caley, Unix/Web Administrator
 Babcock  Brown, San Francisco
 415-512-1515 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

--
Thierry Michalowski /
Edipresse Publications S.A \\\' ,  / //
Informatique de Production  \\\//_/ //'
33,av. de la gare\_-//' /  //'
1001 LAUSANNE SUISSE   \ ///  //'
phone: +41 21 349 46 26/ \\\`
mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]   /,)-^  _\`
  (/   \\ / \\\
"Unix is user-friendly...   //  //\\\
It is just selective about who its friends are"((`





Starting problem

1999-05-21 Thread RvtO

When I start the new compiled Lyx 1.01/2  I get the following message 

fl_set_object_boxtype. Setting boxtype of NULL object.
In fl_bgn_form [forms.c 55] You forgot to call fl_end_form.

and the program stops.
This with use of Xforms88 and 86 version downloaded from ftp.lyx.org
I use Linux 2.0.36 Slackware, but on SuSe I got the same messages.

If a solution please give this.


Rudie van 't Oever



Re: cross-Reference to other document

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

 "Kees" == w w [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Kees I'm making a report from multiple documents.  That is I save all
Kees the chapters as a seperate lyx file and use "include file..." in
Kees the main document.  let's say in chapter three I want to refere
Kees to an other chapter saved as document1 but I do not know which
Kees chapter this will be in my final report.

Kees I tried to put a cross reference in chapter 3 refering to a
Kees label in document1 but apperently lyx doesn't support this yet.

Hello,

What version of lyx are you using? With version 1.0.2 (or 1.0.3pre2,
which fixes some bugs), it should be possible.

JMarc



Re[2]: Starting problem

1999-05-21 Thread RvtO

  "RvtO" == RvtO  [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
 
 RvtO When I start the new compiled Lyx 1.01/2 I get the following
 RvtO message fl_set_object_boxtype. Setting boxtype of NULL object.
 RvtO In fl_bgn_form [forms.c 55] You forgot to call fl_end_form.
 
 RvtO and the program stops.  This with use of Xforms88 and 86 version
 RvtO downloaded from ftp.lyx.org I use Linux 2.0.36 Slackware, but on
 RvtO SuSe I got the same messages.
 
 Hello,
 
 With which library version did you compile? You cannot run with 0.86 a
 binary compiled with 0.88. Similarly, with the 0.88 library, you
 should make sure that the header (forms.h) version (this is the
 version given by configure) is indeed the same as the library
 (libforms.a or libforms.so) version.
 
 JMarc
 
I changed the complete Xform distribution.

Rudie



Feature: View LaTeX source?

1999-05-21 Thread Thomas Steffen

hi,

i just started using (and promoting) lyx, and i am really missing one
feature: to have a view at the latex source. exporting and then
starting xemacs is a bit tiresome. is there a way to get this in the
menu? 

Thomas [EMAIL PROTECTED]
-- 
linux, linuctis - f, das beste Betriebssystem ;-) [Tobi in doc]



Re: Feature: View LaTeX source?

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

 "Thomas" == Thomas Steffen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Thomas hi, i just started using (and promoting) lyx, and i am really
Thomas missing one feature: to have a view at the latex
Thomas source. exporting and then starting xemacs is a bit
Thomas tiresome. is there a way to get this in the menu?

You can probably obtain that with the File-Export-Custom feature.

JMarc



Re: Starting problem

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

 "RvtO" == RvtO  [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

  "RvtO" == RvtO [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
 
RvtO When I start the new compiled Lyx 1.01/2 I get the following
RvtO message fl_set_object_boxtype. Setting boxtype of NULL object.
RvtO In fl_bgn_form [forms.c 55] You forgot to call fl_end_form.

RvtO and the program stops.  This with use of Xforms88 and 86 version
RvtO downloaded from ftp.lyx.org I use Linux 2.0.36 Slackware, but on
RvtO SuSe I got the same messages.
  Hello,
 
 With which library version did you compile? You cannot run with
 0.86 a binary compiled with 0.88. Similarly, with the 0.88 library,
 you should make sure that the header (forms.h) version (this is the
 version given by configure) is indeed the same as the library
 (libforms.a or libforms.so) version.
 
 JMarc
 
RvtO I changed the complete Xform distribution.

Does this means that the library version indicated by configure ("checking
xforms header version") is the same as the version you get with 'ldd
lyx'? I ask because your problem really looks like a library version
mismatch. Did you recompile completely after changing version?

JMarc



Re: Save All feature and Version Control

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

 "Christian" == Christian Ridderström [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Christian Hi I would like a "Save All" feature that automatically
Christian saves all modified files in Lyx. The reason follows below,
Christian but does anybody know if there is a named command for this?

No, it does not exist. It would not be very difficult to implement,
but nobody did it.

Christian I use LyX both at work and at home on the same projekt
Christian files. To handle the multiple working copies of the
Christian documents, I use CVS to update files that have
Christian changed. Recently I managed to leave work without saving
Christian all the files in LyX, which meant that I couldn't update
Christian the files at home.

But when you quit LyX, it prompts you for all files, doesn't it?

JMarc



Exporting notes?

1999-05-21 Thread Reuben Thomas

It'd be useful if notes were exported as comments in LaTeX files, so that
you don't lose them by mistake if you go from LyX to LaTeX.

-- 
http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/users/rrt1001/ | certain, a.  insufficiently analysed



Re: Slides(foiltex): Sub-headings and text centering/tabulating?

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

 "Q" == Q Modnar [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Q Hi, I'm currently creating slides using the foiltex template in
Q LyX.

Q I'd like to know how to create sub-headings on a page.  There
Q doesn't seem to be an option for this.

No, the foilTeX package does not support that by default. You can
always enter a paragraph and set it to center and to the right font,
but this kind of defeats the purpose of LyX. You could probably ask
the foilTeX author Jim Hafner [EMAIL PROTECTED] how this should
be done.

Q Also how do I center and indent text in LyX? Do I need some kind of
Q LaTeX command? The reason is that I'm preparing my slides in
Q "landscape" and short pieces of text are left justified and hence
Q looks awkward.

To center: look at Layout-Paragraph

To indent text: you can try the quote or quotation environment.

Hope this helps.

JMarc



Pagenumbering

1999-05-21 Thread Steffen Schmidt

Hi,

is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
LyX?

Thanks
Steffen


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Re: Pagenumberingboundary=------------A925F394019985491807EB7D

1999-05-21 Thread Herbert

Steffen Schmidt wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
 have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
 and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
 LyX?


\pagenumbering{roman}
...
\pagenumbering{arabic}
...



Herbert
-- 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
http://www.canisius.de/



Re: Pagenumberingboundary=------------A925F394019985491807EB7D

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

 "Herbert" == Herbert  [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Herbert Steffen Schmidt wrote:
  Hi,
 
 is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like
 to have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III,
 IV...)  and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this
 possible with LyX?


Herbert \pagenumbering{roman} ...  \pagenumbering{arabic} ...

A better solution is to add 
  \frontmatter
marked as TeX at the beginning of the document,
  \mainmatter
at the end of the table of contents/introduction, and maybe
  \backmatter
just before the bibliography, index and other end-of-book things.

JMarc



Re: Pagenumbering

1999-05-21 Thread Andreas Jahnen

---Reply to mail from Steffen Schmidt about Pagenumbering

 Hi,
 
 is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
 have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
 and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
 LyX?

That is possible. Use (as Latex = red) this commands:

\pagenumbering{roman}   at the beginning of your dokument;
\pagenumbering{arabic}  at the beginning of your chapters


That's all.

Andreas

 
 Thanks
 Steffen
 

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Re: /tmp/... etc not found Success

1999-05-21 Thread Raymond E. Rogers Sr.

Fixed!!!
And many thanks to JMarc for patience.
I had gotten a libc.so.5 form of libforms.so.0.88 mixed into my system.
A diagnostic approach that would have worked is.

locate libforms.so.0.88  
strings path/libforms.so.0.88 |egrep libc

The first step is for those of us who have multiple installs of various
things.  REALLY should eliminate repititions; there are tools to find
duplicate file names somewhere.
The second step should yield libc.so.6 !
Otherwise things like system(""), getcwd() fail in lyx.  Although I can't
imagine why.

Again: Thanks to JMarc for patience and many emails.
Ray

Sincerely,
Raymond E. Rogers  [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
5251 Wayne Rd.  White Lake, MI 48383
http://www.plaidheron.simplenet.com/ray/resume.html




Re: /tmp/... etc not found Success

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

 "Raymond" == Raymond E Rogers [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Raymond Fixed!!!  And many thanks to JMarc for patience.  I had
Raymond gotten a libc.so.5 form of libforms.so.0.88 mixed into my
Raymond system.  A diagnostic approach that would have worked is.

Ah! I knew it from the beginning :)

JMarc



New prerelease of lyx-1.0.3

1999-05-21 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes

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After the somewhat unfortunate release of 1.0.2 (the chdir bug), there
have been fixed a few bugs in 1.0.3pre2 and more now in 1.0.3pre4. We
have hopefully been able to remove all the rough edges now.

But as with all prereleases you should be carefull, make a backup of
your documents before trying this out. (but please try it)

Get it at:

ftp://ftp.lyx.org/pub/lyx/stable/lyx-1.0.3pre4.tar.gz
ftp://ftp.devel.lyx.org/pub/lyx/lyx-1.0.3pre4.tar.gz
ftp://la1ad.uio.no/pub/lyx/lyx-1.0.3pre4.tar.gz

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Problem with RCS in LyX 1.0.1

1999-05-21 Thread Andreas Busch

Hi,

I am using LyX 1.0.1 under OS/2 (XFree86). Today I installed the revision control 
system RCS. LyX is supposed to support it, and so I went on to try it.
I selected the Registration... option from the menu and registered my file. It was 
duly 
put into the /RCS/ directory and the version on my screen was write protected.
However, the menu options did not change. Under the respective option on the drop 
down menu (I am using the German version and thus don't want to confuse you by 
mis-translating them into English), "Registration..." is still the only option. It is 
neither 
greyed out (as it should be after registration has taken place), nor are the any other 
options visible. I can therefore not commit any changes to version control or create a 
working copy that I can revise.
If I look at the /RCS/ directory, there is a file with the RCS info in it, and if I 
use a 
commandline and issue an "rlog" command, the following output appears which looks 
correct: 

[E:\]rlog D:\exchange\BibTeX_Notizen.lyx

RCS file: D:\exchange\RCS/BibTeX_Notizen.lyx
Working file: D:\exchange\BibTeX_Notizen.lyx
head: 1.1
branch:
locks: strict
access list:
symbolic names:
keyword substitution: kv
total revisions: 1; selected revisions: 1
description:
Notizen und Konventionen zu BibTeX

revision 1.1
date: 1999/05/21 18:53:16;  author: abusch;  state: Exp;
Initial revision


Is this a known bug? I couldn't find anything about it in the documentation. Is it 
OS/2 
specific? Is it a problem with the German menus?

I'd be grateful for any ideas.

Andreas

---
Dr. Andreas Busch
Universität Heidelberg  Tel. (06221) 54-2874
Institut für Politische WissenschaftFax (06221) 54-2896
Marstallstrasse 6   E-Mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
69117 Heidelberg, Germany   http://www.rzuser.uni-heidelberg.de/~bp7



Re: Problem with RCS in LyX 1.0.1

1999-05-21 Thread Pierre-Henri Boinnard

On Fri, 21 May 1999, Andreas Busch wrote:

 Hi,
Hello,

 
 I am using LyX 1.0.1 under OS/2 (XFree86). Today I installed the revision control
 system RCS. LyX is supposed to support it, and so I went on to try it.
 I selected the Registration... option from the menu and registered my file. It was 
duly
 put into the /RCS/ directory and the version on my screen was write protected.
 However, the menu options did not change. Under the respective option on the drop
 down menu (I am using the German version and thus don't want to confuse you by
 mis-translating them into English), "Registration..." is still the only option. It 
is neither
 greyed out (as it should be after registration has taken place), nor are the any 
other
 options visible. I can therefore not commit any changes to version control or create 
a
 working copy that I can revise.
 If I look at the /RCS/ directory, there is a file with the RCS info in it, and if I 
use a
 commandline and issue an "rlog" command, the following output appears which looks
 correct:
 
 [E:\]rlog D:\exchange\BibTeX_Notizen.lyx
 
 RCS file: D:\exchange\RCS/BibTeX_Notizen.lyx

This may be the problem, LyX is looking for either
D:\exchange\BibTeX_Notizen.lyx,v or
D:\exchange\RCS/BibTeX_Notizen.lyx,v to know if the file has been
registered on RCS.

On my linux machine, with RCS version 5.7, the option -x handle those
extension rules, and it can be added to the RCSINIT environment
variable to modify rcs behaviour. (see 'man ci' for details)

I know nothing about OS2, but if its filesystem supports the comma
character in filenames, you may try adding "-x,v/" to your RCSINIT
environment variable (and rename your existing RCS/* to RCS/*,v). 

If you can't do that, you may try apply the patch I enclosed and
rebuild LyX. I tested it OK on my machine. It engages only me, and you
:)

Hope it helps.

 Working file: D:\exchange\BibTeX_Notizen.lyx
 head: 1.1
 branch:
 locks: strict
 access list:
 symbolic names:
 keyword substitution: kv
 total revisions: 1; selected revisions: 1
 description:
 Notizen und Konventionen zu BibTeX
 
 revision 1.1
 date: 1999/05/21 18:53:16;  author: abusch;  state: Exp;
 Initial revision
 
 
 Is this a known bug? I couldn't find anything about it in the documentation. Is it 
OS/2
 specific? Is it a problem with the German menus?
 
 I'd be grateful for any ideas.
 
 Andreas
 
 ---
 Dr. Andreas Busch
 Universität HeidelbergTel. (06221) 54-2874
 Institut für Politische Wissenschaft  Fax (06221) 54-2896
 Marstallstrasse 6 E-Mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 69117 Heidelberg, Germany http://www.rzuser.uni-heidelberg.de/~bp7
 
 
 
 

Pierre-Henri BOINNARD
email:[EMAIL PROTECTED]


 lyxvc.C.patch2.gz


Re: LyX to Adobe PDF

1999-05-21 Thread Thierry Michalowski

Here is a copy of what I mailed to John yesterday: :-)

This was already discussed in a thread some days ago.
You should look at the archives for the full thing.
Alll options are about creating PostScript (which is what LaTeX is
supposed to do
after all) and then converting it to PDF. Have a look at Acrobat
Distiller , or
at ghostscript (free!) ...
Hope this helps

Hugh Caley wrote:

> I'm sorry, I didn't see any reply to this...what were the suggestions?
>
> Hugh
>
> John Wetterau wrote:
>
> > Thierry, Reuben,
> > Thanks a lot. That's a big help.
>
> --
> Hugh Caley, Unix/Web Administrator
> Babcock & Brown, San Francisco
> 415-512-1515 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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Starting problem

1999-05-21 Thread RvtO

When I start the new compiled Lyx 1.01/2  I get the following message 

fl_set_object_boxtype. Setting boxtype of NULL object.
In fl_bgn_form [forms.c 55] You forgot to call fl_end_form.

and the program stops.
This with use of Xforms88 and 86 version downloaded from ftp.lyx.org
I use Linux 2.0.36 Slackware, but on SuSe I got the same messages.

If a solution please give this.


Rudie van 't Oever



Re: cross-Reference to other document

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

> "Kees" == w w <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

Kees> I'm making a report from multiple documents.  That is I save all
Kees> the chapters as a seperate lyx file and use "include file..." in
Kees> the main document.  let's say in chapter three I want to refere
Kees> to an other chapter saved as document1 but I do not know which
Kees> chapter this will be in my final report.

Kees> I tried to put a cross reference in chapter 3 refering to a
Kees> label in document1 but apperently lyx doesn't support this yet.

Hello,

What version of lyx are you using? With version 1.0.2 (or 1.0.3pre2,
which fixes some bugs), it should be possible.

JMarc



Re[2]: Starting problem

1999-05-21 Thread RvtO

> > "RvtO" == RvtO  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> 
> RvtO> When I start the new compiled Lyx 1.01/2 I get the following
> RvtO> message fl_set_object_boxtype. Setting boxtype of NULL object.
> RvtO> In fl_bgn_form [forms.c 55] You forgot to call fl_end_form.
> 
> RvtO> and the program stops.  This with use of Xforms88 and 86 version
> RvtO> downloaded from ftp.lyx.org I use Linux 2.0.36 Slackware, but on
> RvtO> SuSe I got the same messages.
> 
> Hello,
> 
> With which library version did you compile? You cannot run with 0.86 a
> binary compiled with 0.88. Similarly, with the 0.88 library, you
> should make sure that the header (forms.h) version (this is the
> version given by configure) is indeed the same as the library
> (libforms.a or libforms.so) version.
> 
> JMarc
> 
I changed the complete Xform distribution.

Rudie



Feature: View LaTeX source?

1999-05-21 Thread Thomas Steffen

hi,

i just started using (and promoting) lyx, and i am really missing one
feature: to have a view at the latex source. exporting and then
starting xemacs is a bit tiresome. is there a way to get this in the
menu? 

Thomas <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
-- 
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Re: Feature: View LaTeX source?

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

> "Thomas" == Thomas Steffen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

Thomas> hi, i just started using (and promoting) lyx, and i am really
Thomas> missing one feature: to have a view at the latex
Thomas> source. exporting and then starting xemacs is a bit
Thomas> tiresome. is there a way to get this in the menu?

You can probably obtain that with the File->Export->Custom feature.

JMarc



Re: Starting problem

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

> "RvtO" == RvtO  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

>> > "RvtO" == RvtO <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> 
RvtO> When I start the new compiled Lyx 1.01/2 I get the following
RvtO> message fl_set_object_boxtype. Setting boxtype of NULL object.
RvtO> In fl_bgn_form [forms.c 55] You forgot to call fl_end_form.
>>
RvtO> and the program stops.  This with use of Xforms88 and 86 version
RvtO> downloaded from ftp.lyx.org I use Linux 2.0.36 Slackware, but on
RvtO> SuSe I got the same messages.
>>  Hello,
>> 
>> With which library version did you compile? You cannot run with
>> 0.86 a binary compiled with 0.88. Similarly, with the 0.88 library,
>> you should make sure that the header (forms.h) version (this is the
>> version given by configure) is indeed the same as the library
>> (libforms.a or libforms.so) version.
>> 
>> JMarc
>> 
RvtO> I changed the complete Xform distribution.

Does this means that the library version indicated by configure ("checking
xforms header version") is the same as the version you get with 'ldd
lyx'? I ask because your problem really looks like a library version
mismatch. Did you recompile completely after changing version?

JMarc



Re: Save All feature and Version Control

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

> "Christian" == Christian Ridderström <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

Christian> Hi I would like a "Save All" feature that automatically
Christian> saves all modified files in Lyx. The reason follows below,
Christian> but does anybody know if there is a named command for this?

No, it does not exist. It would not be very difficult to implement,
but nobody did it.

Christian> I use LyX both at work and at home on the same projekt
Christian> files. To handle the multiple working copies of the
Christian> documents, I use CVS to update files that have
Christian> changed. Recently I managed to leave work without saving
Christian> all the files in LyX, which meant that I couldn't update
Christian> the files at home.

But when you quit LyX, it prompts you for all files, doesn't it?

JMarc



Exporting notes?

1999-05-21 Thread Reuben Thomas

It'd be useful if notes were exported as comments in LaTeX files, so that
you don't lose them by mistake if you go from LyX to LaTeX.

-- 
http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/users/rrt1001/ | certain, a.  insufficiently analysed



Re: Slides(foiltex): Sub-headings and text centering/tabulating?

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

> "Q" == Q Modnar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

Q> Hi, I'm currently creating slides using the foiltex template in
Q> LyX.

Q> I'd like to know how to create sub-headings on a page.  There
Q> doesn't seem to be an option for this.

No, the foilTeX package does not support that by default. You can
always enter a paragraph and set it to center and to the right font,
but this kind of defeats the purpose of LyX. You could probably ask
the foilTeX author Jim Hafner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> how this should
be done.

Q> Also how do I center and indent text in LyX? Do I need some kind of
Q> LaTeX command? The reason is that I'm preparing my slides in
Q> "landscape" and short pieces of text are left justified and hence
Q> looks awkward.

To center: look at Layout->Paragraph

To indent text: you can try the quote or quotation environment.

Hope this helps.

JMarc



Pagenumbering

1999-05-21 Thread Steffen Schmidt

Hi,

is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
LyX?

Thanks
Steffen


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Re: Pagenumberingboundary="------------A925F394019985491807EB7D"

1999-05-21 Thread Herbert

Steffen Schmidt wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
> have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
> and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
> LyX?


\pagenumbering{roman}
...
\pagenumbering{arabic}
...



Herbert
-- 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
http://www.canisius.de/



Re: Pagenumberingboundary="------------A925F394019985491807EB7D"

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

> "Herbert" == Herbert  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

Herbert> Steffen Schmidt wrote:
>>  Hi,
>> 
>> is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like
>> to have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III,
>> IV...)  and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this
>> possible with LyX?


Herbert> \pagenumbering{roman} ...  \pagenumbering{arabic} ...

A better solution is to add 
  \frontmatter
marked as TeX at the beginning of the document,
  \mainmatter
at the end of the table of contents/introduction, and maybe
  \backmatter
just before the bibliography, index and other end-of-book things.

JMarc



Re: Pagenumbering

1999-05-21 Thread Andreas Jahnen

---Reply to mail from Steffen Schmidt about Pagenumbering

> Hi,
> 
> is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
> have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
> and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
> LyX?

That is possible. Use (as Latex = red) this commands:

\pagenumbering{roman}   at the beginning of your dokument;
\pagenumbering{arabic}  at the beginning of your chapters


That's all.

Andreas

> 
> Thanks
> Steffen
> 

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Re: /tmp/... etc not found Success

1999-05-21 Thread Raymond E. Rogers Sr.

Fixed!!!
And many thanks to JMarc for patience.
I had gotten a libc.so.5 form of libforms.so.0.88 mixed into my system.
A diagnostic approach that would have worked is.

locate libforms.so.0.88  
strings path/libforms.so.0.88 |egrep libc

The first step is for those of us who have multiple installs of various
things.  REALLY should eliminate repititions; there are tools to find
duplicate file names somewhere.
The second step should yield libc.so.6 !
Otherwise things like system(""), getcwd() fail in lyx.  Although I can't
imagine why.

Again: Thanks to JMarc for patience and many emails.
Ray

Sincerely,
Raymond E. Rogers  [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
5251 Wayne Rd.  White Lake, MI 48383
http://www.plaidheron.simplenet.com/ray/resume.html




Re: /tmp/... etc not found Success

1999-05-21 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

> "Raymond" == Raymond E Rogers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

Raymond> Fixed!!!  And many thanks to JMarc for patience.  I had
Raymond> gotten a libc.so.5 form of libforms.so.0.88 mixed into my
Raymond> system.  A diagnostic approach that would have worked is.

Ah! I knew it from the beginning :)

JMarc



New prerelease of lyx-1.0.3

1999-05-21 Thread Lars Gullik Bjønnes

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After the somewhat unfortunate release of 1.0.2 (the chdir bug), there
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have hopefully been able to remove all the rough edges now.

But as with all prereleases you should be carefull, make a backup of
your documents before trying this out. (but please try it)

Get it at:

ftp://ftp.lyx.org/pub/lyx/stable/lyx-1.0.3pre4.tar.gz
ftp://ftp.devel.lyx.org/pub/lyx/lyx-1.0.3pre4.tar.gz
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Problem with RCS in LyX 1.0.1

1999-05-21 Thread Andreas Busch

Hi,

I am using LyX 1.0.1 under OS/2 (XFree86). Today I installed the revision control 
system RCS. LyX is supposed to support it, and so I went on to try it.
I selected the Registration... option from the menu and registered my file. It was 
duly 
put into the /RCS/ directory and the version on my screen was write protected.
However, the menu options did not change. Under the respective option on the drop 
down menu (I am using the German version and thus don't want to confuse you by 
mis-translating them into English), "Registration..." is still the only option. It is 
neither 
greyed out (as it should be after registration has taken place), nor are the any other 
options visible. I can therefore not commit any changes to version control or create a 
working copy that I can revise.
If I look at the /RCS/ directory, there is a file with the RCS info in it, and if I 
use a 
commandline and issue an "rlog" command, the following output appears which looks 
correct: 

[E:\]rlog D:\exchange\BibTeX_Notizen.lyx

RCS file: D:\exchange\RCS/BibTeX_Notizen.lyx
Working file: D:\exchange\BibTeX_Notizen.lyx
head: 1.1
branch:
locks: strict
access list:
symbolic names:
keyword substitution: kv
total revisions: 1; selected revisions: 1
description:
Notizen und Konventionen zu BibTeX

revision 1.1
date: 1999/05/21 18:53:16;  author: abusch;  state: Exp;
Initial revision


Is this a known bug? I couldn't find anything about it in the documentation. Is it 
OS/2 
specific? Is it a problem with the German menus?

I'd be grateful for any ideas.

Andreas

---
Dr. Andreas Busch
Universität Heidelberg  Tel. (06221) 54-2874
Institut für Politische WissenschaftFax (06221) 54-2896
Marstallstrasse 6   E-Mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
69117 Heidelberg, Germany   http://www.rzuser.uni-heidelberg.de/~bp7



Re: Problem with RCS in LyX 1.0.1

1999-05-21 Thread Pierre-Henri Boinnard

On Fri, 21 May 1999, Andreas Busch wrote:

> Hi,
Hello,

> 
> I am using LyX 1.0.1 under OS/2 (XFree86). Today I installed the revision control
> system RCS. LyX is supposed to support it, and so I went on to try it.
> I selected the Registration... option from the menu and registered my file. It was 
>duly
> put into the /RCS/ directory and the version on my screen was write protected.
> However, the menu options did not change. Under the respective option on the drop
> down menu (I am using the German version and thus don't want to confuse you by
> mis-translating them into English), "Registration..." is still the only option. It 
>is neither
> greyed out (as it should be after registration has taken place), nor are the any 
>other
> options visible. I can therefore not commit any changes to version control or create 
>a
> working copy that I can revise.
> If I look at the /RCS/ directory, there is a file with the RCS info in it, and if I 
>use a
> commandline and issue an "rlog" command, the following output appears which looks
> correct:
> 
> [E:\]rlog D:\exchange\BibTeX_Notizen.lyx
> 
> RCS file: D:\exchange\RCS/BibTeX_Notizen.lyx

This may be the problem, LyX is looking for either
D:\exchange\BibTeX_Notizen.lyx,v or
D:\exchange\RCS/BibTeX_Notizen.lyx,v to know if the file has been
registered on RCS.

On my linux machine, with RCS version 5.7, the option -x handle those
extension rules, and it can be added to the RCSINIT environment
variable to modify rcs behaviour. (see 'man ci' for details)

I know nothing about OS2, but if its filesystem supports the comma
character in filenames, you may try adding "-x,v/" to your RCSINIT
environment variable (and rename your existing RCS/* to RCS/*,v). 

If you can't do that, you may try apply the patch I enclosed and
rebuild LyX. I tested it OK on my machine. It engages only me, and you
:)

Hope it helps.

> Working file: D:\exchange\BibTeX_Notizen.lyx
> head: 1.1
> branch:
> locks: strict
> access list:
> symbolic names:
> keyword substitution: kv
> total revisions: 1; selected revisions: 1
> description:
> Notizen und Konventionen zu BibTeX
> 
> revision 1.1
> date: 1999/05/21 18:53:16;  author: abusch;  state: Exp;
> Initial revision
> 
> 
> Is this a known bug? I couldn't find anything about it in the documentation. Is it 
>OS/2
> specific? Is it a problem with the German menus?
> 
> I'd be grateful for any ideas.
> 
> Andreas
> 
> ---
> Dr. Andreas Busch
> Universität HeidelbergTel. (06221) 54-2874
> Institut für Politische Wissenschaft  Fax (06221) 54-2896
> Marstallstrasse 6 E-Mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> 69117 Heidelberg, Germany http://www.rzuser.uni-heidelberg.de/~bp7
> 
> 
> 
> 

Pierre-Henri BOINNARD
email:[EMAIL PROTECTED]


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