Exceptions

2001-07-26 Thread Yann Collete
Hello, Why don't we find some help on the configure option --without-exceptions when we do a configure --help ? I encountered a problem with exceptions while trying to compile lyx-1.1.6fix3 on solaris-2.6. I use --without-exceptions to remove the problem and I had to manually remove an #include

Re: Help with lyx for windows

2001-07-26 Thread Tuukka Toivonen
On Wed, 25 Jul 2001, Fabrizio Giammatteo wrote: When I try to start lyx it says: Unable to access X display - exiting See your X-server documentation how you can change the access control. Usually X servers accept connections originating from the same machine you're running it (localhost) but

An Evening with Lyx and IRIX

2001-07-26 Thread Mike Meredith
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hi Well despite saying I'd have a look at compiling lyx with MIPSpro C++, I tried with gcc first --- if I'm going to compile lyx I'd like to end up with something that works at the end of it. I'll try again with MIPSpro C++ tonight. This message should

Re: Menu-keyboard-shcuts problem

2001-07-26 Thread Bronek Baraniecki
Hallo P. Dziekonski, Once more I would like to ask you, how can I manage keyboard shortcuts in Lyx-1.1.6fix2 with polish menu items? I can't help myself. Are you there somewhere? Anyway, I wish you the best. Hope you can help. Greetings, Bruno

Re: Menu-keyboard-shcuts problem

2001-07-26 Thread Pawel Dziekonski
On Thu, 26 Jul 2001 at 12:20:24PM +0200, Bronek Baraniecki wrote: Hallo P. Dziekonski, Once more I would like to ask you, how can I manage keyboard shortcuts in Lyx-1.1.6fix2 with polish menu items? I can't help myself. Are you there somewhere? Anyway, I wish you the best. Hope you can

line spacing

2001-07-26 Thread Stephan Semrau
Hi, Is there a (simple) way to achieve different line spacings for different types of text? I would like to do the following: Standard text should be doublespaced, footnotes, quotes, headings etc should be singlespaced. (I need this for a dissertation and I want to use the KS-book class. I

Re: line spacing

2001-07-26 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Am Donnerstag, 26. Juli 2001 13:13 schrieb Stephan Semrau: Is there a (simple) way to achieve different line spacings for different types of text? I would like to do the following: Standard text should be doublespaced, footnotes, quotes, headings etc should be singlespaced. (I need this for a

Re: bibliographic references

2001-07-26 Thread morten
bla bla bibtex for 15 references or not have a look at http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/bibtex/bibtex-start.html Herbert so I did. And I downloaded the latest pybliographer from sourceforge. installed it and executed pybliographic. It took me about 10 minutes to have the

Re: bibliographic references

2001-07-26 Thread Christopher M. Jones
Go to Preferences-Inputs-Paths. Where it says LyXXerver pipe say yourhomepath/.lyx/lyxpipe. Restart LyX. You then will find in your .lyx dir a lyxpipe.in and lyxpipe.out. Tell Pybliographic where they are and that's all there is to it. On Thursday 26 July 2001 07:20 am, you wrote: bla bla

bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
well I my bibtex up and running. but ... The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc. How do I do that. mo -- -- E-Mail: morten [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: 26-Jul-2001 Time: 15:17:37 Currently working hard

more fonts in pdf?

2001-07-26 Thread Jacobo Myerston
Hi, are only pslatex and times the fonts one should use with pdftex or ps2pdf or there is a way to get other fonts displaying properly in pdf? Helvetica should be contained in pslatex, but if one choose in lyx helvetica the result is very fuzzy. Some tricks? --

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Christopher M. Jones
What bibtex style are you using? The documentation for that style is a good place to start. On Thursday 26 July 2001 08:20 am, you wrote: well I my bibtex up and running. but ... The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc. How do

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Herbert Voss
morten wrote: well I my bibtex up and running. but ... The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc. How do I do that. \usepackage{cite} in preamble Herbert -- http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
On 26-Jul-2001 Herbert Voss wrote: morten wrote: well I my bibtex up and running. but ... The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc. How do I do that. \usepackage{cite} in preamble Herbert --

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Herbert Voss
morten wrote: On 26-Jul-2001 Herbert Voss wrote: morten wrote: well I my bibtex up and running. but ... The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc. How do I do that. \usepackage{cite} in preamble Herbert --

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
I have removed the 'babel'-reference under preferences and I include the 'cite' package. but no effect. so.. any other suggestions? morten well I my bibtex up and running. but ... The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc.

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Am Donnerstag, 26. Juli 2001 17:48 schrieb morten: I have removed the 'babel'-reference under preferences and I include the 'cite' package. but no effect. so.. any other suggestions? morten Just to exclude misunderstandings: what is exactly your problem? Do the cites appear in the wrong

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Herbert Voss
morten wrote: I have removed the 'babel'-reference under preferences and I include the 'cite' package. but no effect. so.. any other suggestions? can you send a small lyx-examplefile? Herbert -- http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/

Problems with LyX 1.6 patch 2 under FreeBSD

2001-07-26 Thread A. L. Meyers
Dear fellow LyXers, LyX is my favourite programme so I was quite disappointed in not having it work right out of the box on FreeBSD, installed from the ports tree. Everything compiled and was installed without any error messages. So I cannot figure out if the problems are LyX and/or LyX

Emacs-like vs. popup searching in Lyx

2001-07-26 Thread Kostas Oikonomou
I find the Emacs-like search with C-s, C-r that takes place entirely in the minibuffer much more convenient than the popup, which requires you to do a lot of clicking. Is there any interest in changing Lyx's behavior in this respect? My view is that popups are very useful for doing things like

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
What it does correctly: * cf references [4,5,8] * the numbering in the bibliography section. what it doesn't do correctly (or rather, what I want it to do): * the numbering of the references. I do cf ref: [these_cedric] and there is an autogenerated reference numbering. It is this autonumbering

Emacs-like vs. popup searching in Lyx

2001-07-26 Thread Ronald Florence
Kostas Oikonomou writes: I find the Emacs-like search with C-s, C-r that takes place entirely in the minibuffer much more convenient than the [LyX]popup, which requires you to do a lot of clicking. Yes! The LyX search popup is so inconvenient that I dread using it. Xemacs searching

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Hello Morten, You want bibtex to give your references the number as they appear in the text [1] for the first reference, [2] for the second. But bibtex uses (by default) another scheme: The references are ordered alphabetically in the Bibliography and numberend then, so: [1] Adams... comes

Re (2): bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Morten, by the way... I had a look at your bib-file. You will get problems with the way you inserted the name! You are using pybliographic, right? Please use this naming scheme Suzumori, K. not K. Suzumori And do not enter and between several authors by yourself in Pybliographic, this will

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
yes and no... My first ref. is 'Prelle' and the second is 'Ohno' . but say I want to define another numbering scheme. Do you have a link or an easy of doing that? mo On 26-Jul-2001 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Hello Morten, You want bibtex to give your references the number as they appear

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Am Donnerstag, 26. Juli 2001 18:53 schrieb morten: yes and no... My first ref. is 'Prelle' and the second is 'Ohno' . I think my last mail answered this, it's the first name *C.* Prelle before *H.* Ohno... but say I want to define another numbering scheme. Do you have a link or an easy

RE: Re (2): bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
ok that solves it, thanks. On 26-Jul-2001 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Morten, by the way... I had a look at your bib-file. You will get problems with the way you inserted the name! You are using pybliographic, right? Please use this naming scheme Suzumori, K. not K. Suzumori And do

Sp and Sb

2001-07-26 Thread Patrick Dupre LCMI
Hello, Are the Sp and Sb environments available under Lyx ? (see the Latex companion p.233). Thank. -- --- == Patrick DUPRE| | Tel: (33 4) 76-88-78-51 CNRS/LCMI (GHMFL)| |

Math symbols disapeared

2001-07-26 Thread Renaud MICHEL
Hi Two month ago I upgraded my Mandrake 7.2 to 8.0 but didn't used LyX til now and I saw that I have a problem : I don't see anymore the math symbols or greek letters. With mdk 7.2 I had XFree86 4.0.1, with mdk 8.0 it was upgraded to 4.0.3, I upgraded to 4.1.0 and LyX 1.1.6fix3 with no

Re: line spacing

2001-07-26 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Thu, Jul 26, 2001 at 01:32:21PM +0200, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Am Donnerstag, 26. Juli 2001 13:13 schrieb Stephan Semrau: Is there a (simple) way to achieve different line spacings for different types of text? I would like to do the following: Standard text should be doublespaced,

Re: more fonts in pdf?

2001-07-26 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Thu, Jul 26, 2001 at 09:34:17AM -0400, Jacobo Myerston wrote: Hi, are only pslatex and times the fonts one should use with pdftex or ps2pdf or there is a way to get other fonts displaying properly in pdf? Helvetica should be contained in pslatex, but if one choose in lyx

Re: line spacing

2001-07-26 Thread Herbert Voss
Dekel Tsur wrote: On Thu, Jul 26, 2001 at 01:32:21PM +0200, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Am Donnerstag, 26. Juli 2001 13:13 schrieb Stephan Semrau: Is there a (simple) way to achieve different line spacings for different types of text? I would like to do the following: Standard text

search popup

2001-07-26 Thread Scott Otterson
Ronald Florence wrote: Kostas Oikonomou writes: I find the Emacs-like search with C-s, C-r that takes place entirely in the minibuffer much more convenient than the [LyX]popup, which requires you to do a lot of clicking. Yes! The LyX search popup is so inconvenient that I

Re: Sp and Sb

2001-07-26 Thread Herbert Voss
Patrick Dupre LCMI wrote: Hello, Are the Sp and Sb environments available under Lyx ? (see the Latex companion p.233). you can also use \stackrel - open math-box - \sum space - _ - \stackrel same for upper limits. Herbert -- http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/

citation mode in 1.2?

2001-07-26 Thread Scott Otterson
Where can we look to see what the 1.2.0 citation mode will be like? I'd hate to see the lyxpipe interface go away, mainly because I have a hacked version of tkbibtex which allows me to add formatted notes for each article in my bibtex database -- makes searching for just the right paper much

problems with LyX 1.1.6.2

2001-07-26 Thread A. L. Meyers
Dear fellow LyXers, LyX is my favourite programme and a mission critical app. Have run into problems aftering installing LyX 1.1.6 patch 2 from source under FreeBSD 4.3 using the ports tree. Everything compiled and installed without complications. The problems: 1. no sub-classes of docs, e.

Exceptions

2001-07-26 Thread Yann Collete
Hello, Why don't we find some help on the configure option --without-exceptions when we do a configure --help ? I encountered a problem with exceptions while trying to compile lyx-1.1.6fix3 on solaris-2.6. I use --without-exceptions to remove the problem and I had to manually remove an #include

Re: Help with lyx for windows

2001-07-26 Thread Tuukka Toivonen
On Wed, 25 Jul 2001, Fabrizio Giammatteo wrote: When I try to start lyx it says: Unable to access X display - exiting See your X-server documentation how you can change the access control. Usually X servers accept connections originating from the same machine you're running it (localhost) but

An Evening with Lyx and IRIX

2001-07-26 Thread Mike Meredith
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hi Well despite saying I'd have a look at compiling lyx with MIPSpro C++, I tried with gcc first --- if I'm going to compile lyx I'd like to end up with something that works at the end of it. I'll try again with MIPSpro C++ tonight. This message should

Re: Menu-keyboard-shcuts problem

2001-07-26 Thread Bronek Baraniecki
Hallo P. Dziekonski, Once more I would like to ask you, how can I manage keyboard shortcuts in Lyx-1.1.6fix2 with polish menu items? I can't help myself. Are you there somewhere? Anyway, I wish you the best. Hope you can help. Greetings, Bruno

Re: Menu-keyboard-shcuts problem

2001-07-26 Thread Pawel Dziekonski
On Thu, 26 Jul 2001 at 12:20:24PM +0200, Bronek Baraniecki wrote: Hallo P. Dziekonski, Once more I would like to ask you, how can I manage keyboard shortcuts in Lyx-1.1.6fix2 with polish menu items? I can't help myself. Are you there somewhere? Anyway, I wish you the best. Hope you can

line spacing

2001-07-26 Thread Stephan Semrau
Hi, Is there a (simple) way to achieve different line spacings for different types of text? I would like to do the following: Standard text should be doublespaced, footnotes, quotes, headings etc should be singlespaced. (I need this for a dissertation and I want to use the KS-book class. I

Re: line spacing

2001-07-26 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Am Donnerstag, 26. Juli 2001 13:13 schrieb Stephan Semrau: Is there a (simple) way to achieve different line spacings for different types of text? I would like to do the following: Standard text should be doublespaced, footnotes, quotes, headings etc should be singlespaced. (I need this for a

Re: bibliographic references

2001-07-26 Thread morten
bla bla bibtex for 15 references or not have a look at http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/bibtex/bibtex-start.html Herbert so I did. And I downloaded the latest pybliographer from sourceforge. installed it and executed pybliographic. It took me about 10 minutes to have the

Re: bibliographic references

2001-07-26 Thread Christopher M. Jones
Go to Preferences-Inputs-Paths. Where it says LyXXerver pipe say yourhomepath/.lyx/lyxpipe. Restart LyX. You then will find in your .lyx dir a lyxpipe.in and lyxpipe.out. Tell Pybliographic where they are and that's all there is to it. On Thursday 26 July 2001 07:20 am, you wrote: bla bla

bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
well I my bibtex up and running. but ... The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc. How do I do that. mo -- -- E-Mail: morten [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: 26-Jul-2001 Time: 15:17:37 Currently working hard

more fonts in pdf?

2001-07-26 Thread Jacobo Myerston
Hi, are only pslatex and times the fonts one should use with pdftex or ps2pdf or there is a way to get other fonts displaying properly in pdf? Helvetica should be contained in pslatex, but if one choose in lyx helvetica the result is very fuzzy. Some tricks? --

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Christopher M. Jones
What bibtex style are you using? The documentation for that style is a good place to start. On Thursday 26 July 2001 08:20 am, you wrote: well I my bibtex up and running. but ... The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc. How do

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Herbert Voss
morten wrote: well I my bibtex up and running. but ... The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc. How do I do that. \usepackage{cite} in preamble Herbert -- http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
On 26-Jul-2001 Herbert Voss wrote: morten wrote: well I my bibtex up and running. but ... The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc. How do I do that. \usepackage{cite} in preamble Herbert --

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Herbert Voss
morten wrote: On 26-Jul-2001 Herbert Voss wrote: morten wrote: well I my bibtex up and running. but ... The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc. How do I do that. \usepackage{cite} in preamble Herbert --

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
I have removed the 'babel'-reference under preferences and I include the 'cite' package. but no effect. so.. any other suggestions? morten well I my bibtex up and running. but ... The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc.

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Am Donnerstag, 26. Juli 2001 17:48 schrieb morten: I have removed the 'babel'-reference under preferences and I include the 'cite' package. but no effect. so.. any other suggestions? morten Just to exclude misunderstandings: what is exactly your problem? Do the cites appear in the wrong

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Herbert Voss
morten wrote: I have removed the 'babel'-reference under preferences and I include the 'cite' package. but no effect. so.. any other suggestions? can you send a small lyx-examplefile? Herbert -- http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/

Problems with LyX 1.6 patch 2 under FreeBSD

2001-07-26 Thread A. L. Meyers
Dear fellow LyXers, LyX is my favourite programme so I was quite disappointed in not having it work right out of the box on FreeBSD, installed from the ports tree. Everything compiled and was installed without any error messages. So I cannot figure out if the problems are LyX and/or LyX

Emacs-like vs. popup searching in Lyx

2001-07-26 Thread Kostas Oikonomou
I find the Emacs-like search with C-s, C-r that takes place entirely in the minibuffer much more convenient than the popup, which requires you to do a lot of clicking. Is there any interest in changing Lyx's behavior in this respect? My view is that popups are very useful for doing things like

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
What it does correctly: * cf references [4,5,8] * the numbering in the bibliography section. what it doesn't do correctly (or rather, what I want it to do): * the numbering of the references. I do cf ref: [these_cedric] and there is an autogenerated reference numbering. It is this autonumbering

Emacs-like vs. popup searching in Lyx

2001-07-26 Thread Ronald Florence
Kostas Oikonomou writes: I find the Emacs-like search with C-s, C-r that takes place entirely in the minibuffer much more convenient than the [LyX]popup, which requires you to do a lot of clicking. Yes! The LyX search popup is so inconvenient that I dread using it. Xemacs searching

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Hello Morten, You want bibtex to give your references the number as they appear in the text [1] for the first reference, [2] for the second. But bibtex uses (by default) another scheme: The references are ordered alphabetically in the Bibliography and numberend then, so: [1] Adams... comes

Re (2): bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Morten, by the way... I had a look at your bib-file. You will get problems with the way you inserted the name! You are using pybliographic, right? Please use this naming scheme Suzumori, K. not K. Suzumori And do not enter and between several authors by yourself in Pybliographic, this will

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
yes and no... My first ref. is 'Prelle' and the second is 'Ohno' . but say I want to define another numbering scheme. Do you have a link or an easy of doing that? mo On 26-Jul-2001 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Hello Morten, You want bibtex to give your references the number as they appear

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Am Donnerstag, 26. Juli 2001 18:53 schrieb morten: yes and no... My first ref. is 'Prelle' and the second is 'Ohno' . I think my last mail answered this, it's the first name *C.* Prelle before *H.* Ohno... but say I want to define another numbering scheme. Do you have a link or an easy

RE: Re (2): bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
ok that solves it, thanks. On 26-Jul-2001 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Morten, by the way... I had a look at your bib-file. You will get problems with the way you inserted the name! You are using pybliographic, right? Please use this naming scheme Suzumori, K. not K. Suzumori And do

Sp and Sb

2001-07-26 Thread Patrick Dupre LCMI
Hello, Are the Sp and Sb environments available under Lyx ? (see the Latex companion p.233). Thank. -- --- == Patrick DUPRE| | Tel: (33 4) 76-88-78-51 CNRS/LCMI (GHMFL)| |

Math symbols disapeared

2001-07-26 Thread Renaud MICHEL
Hi Two month ago I upgraded my Mandrake 7.2 to 8.0 but didn't used LyX til now and I saw that I have a problem : I don't see anymore the math symbols or greek letters. With mdk 7.2 I had XFree86 4.0.1, with mdk 8.0 it was upgraded to 4.0.3, I upgraded to 4.1.0 and LyX 1.1.6fix3 with no

Re: line spacing

2001-07-26 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Thu, Jul 26, 2001 at 01:32:21PM +0200, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Am Donnerstag, 26. Juli 2001 13:13 schrieb Stephan Semrau: Is there a (simple) way to achieve different line spacings for different types of text? I would like to do the following: Standard text should be doublespaced,

Re: more fonts in pdf?

2001-07-26 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Thu, Jul 26, 2001 at 09:34:17AM -0400, Jacobo Myerston wrote: Hi, are only pslatex and times the fonts one should use with pdftex or ps2pdf or there is a way to get other fonts displaying properly in pdf? Helvetica should be contained in pslatex, but if one choose in lyx

Re: line spacing

2001-07-26 Thread Herbert Voss
Dekel Tsur wrote: On Thu, Jul 26, 2001 at 01:32:21PM +0200, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Am Donnerstag, 26. Juli 2001 13:13 schrieb Stephan Semrau: Is there a (simple) way to achieve different line spacings for different types of text? I would like to do the following: Standard text

search popup

2001-07-26 Thread Scott Otterson
Ronald Florence wrote: Kostas Oikonomou writes: I find the Emacs-like search with C-s, C-r that takes place entirely in the minibuffer much more convenient than the [LyX]popup, which requires you to do a lot of clicking. Yes! The LyX search popup is so inconvenient that I

Re: Sp and Sb

2001-07-26 Thread Herbert Voss
Patrick Dupre LCMI wrote: Hello, Are the Sp and Sb environments available under Lyx ? (see the Latex companion p.233). you can also use \stackrel - open math-box - \sum space - _ - \stackrel same for upper limits. Herbert -- http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/

citation mode in 1.2?

2001-07-26 Thread Scott Otterson
Where can we look to see what the 1.2.0 citation mode will be like? I'd hate to see the lyxpipe interface go away, mainly because I have a hacked version of tkbibtex which allows me to add formatted notes for each article in my bibtex database -- makes searching for just the right paper much

problems with LyX 1.1.6.2

2001-07-26 Thread A. L. Meyers
Dear fellow LyXers, LyX is my favourite programme and a mission critical app. Have run into problems aftering installing LyX 1.1.6 patch 2 from source under FreeBSD 4.3 using the ports tree. Everything compiled and installed without complications. The problems: 1. no sub-classes of docs, e.

Exceptions

2001-07-26 Thread Yann Collete
Hello, Why don't we find some help on the configure option --without-exceptions when we do a configure --help ? I encountered a problem with exceptions while trying to compile lyx-1.1.6fix3 on solaris-2.6. I use --without-exceptions to remove the problem and I had to manually remove an #include

Re: Help with lyx for windows

2001-07-26 Thread Tuukka Toivonen
On Wed, 25 Jul 2001, Fabrizio Giammatteo wrote: > When I try to start lyx it says: "Unable to access X display - exiting" See your X-server documentation how you can change the access control. Usually X servers accept connections originating from the same machine you're running it (localhost)

An Evening with Lyx and IRIX

2001-07-26 Thread Mike Meredith
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hi Well despite saying I'd have a look at compiling lyx with MIPSpro C++, I tried with gcc first --- if I'm going to compile lyx I'd like to end up with something that works at the end of it. I'll try again with MIPSpro C++ tonight. This message should

Re: Menu-keyboard-shcuts problem

2001-07-26 Thread Bronek Baraniecki
Hallo P. Dziekonski, Once more I would like to ask you, how can I manage keyboard shortcuts in Lyx-1.1.6fix2 with polish menu items? I can't help myself. Are you there somewhere? Anyway, I wish you the best. Hope you can help. Greetings, Bruno

Re: Menu-keyboard-shcuts problem

2001-07-26 Thread Pawel Dziekonski
On Thu, 26 Jul 2001 at 12:20:24PM +0200, Bronek Baraniecki wrote: > Hallo P. Dziekonski, > Once more I would like to ask you, how can I manage keyboard shortcuts in > Lyx-1.1.6fix2 with polish menu items? > I can't help myself. > Are you there somewhere? Anyway, I wish you the best. Hope you can

line spacing

2001-07-26 Thread Stephan Semrau
Hi, Is there a (simple) way to achieve different line spacings for different types of text? I would like to do the following: Standard text should be doublespaced, footnotes, quotes, headings etc should be singlespaced. (I need this for a dissertation and I want to use the KS-book class. I

Re: line spacing

2001-07-26 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Am Donnerstag, 26. Juli 2001 13:13 schrieb Stephan Semrau: > Is there a (simple) way to achieve different line spacings for > different types of text? I would like to do the following: Standard > text should be doublespaced, footnotes, quotes, headings etc should > be singlespaced. (I need this

Re: bibliographic references

2001-07-26 Thread morten
bla bla bibtex for 15 references or not > > have a look at > > http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/bibtex/bibtex-start.html > > Herbert > so I did. And I downloaded the latest pybliographer from sourceforge. installed it and executed pybliographic. It took me about 10 minutes to have

Re: bibliographic references

2001-07-26 Thread Christopher M. Jones
Go to Preferences->Inputs->Paths. Where it says "LyXXerver pipe" say "/.lyx/lyxpipe". Restart LyX. You then will find in your .lyx dir a lyxpipe.in and lyxpipe.out. Tell Pybliographic where they are and that's all there is to it. On Thursday 26 July 2001 07:20 am, you wrote: > bla bla bibtex

bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
well I my bibtex up and running. but ... The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc. How do I do that. mo -- -- E-Mail: morten <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Date: 26-Jul-2001 Time: 15:17:37 Currently working

more fonts in pdf?

2001-07-26 Thread Jacobo Myerston
Hi, are only pslatex and times the fonts one should use with pdftex or ps2pdf or there is a way to get other fonts displaying properly in pdf? Helvetica should be contained in pslatex, but if one choose in lyx helvetica the result is very fuzzy. Some tricks? --

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Christopher M. Jones
What bibtex style are you using? The documentation for that style is a good place to start. On Thursday 26 July 2001 08:20 am, you wrote: > well > I my bibtex up and running. but ... > The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc > I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc. How

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Herbert Voss
morten wrote: > > well > I my bibtex up and running. but ... > The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc > I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc. How do I do that. \usepackage{cite} in preamble Herbert -- http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
On 26-Jul-2001 Herbert Voss wrote: > morten wrote: >> >> well >> I my bibtex up and running. but ... >> The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc >> I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc. How do I do that. > > \usepackage{cite} in preamble > > Herbert > > -- >

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Herbert Voss
morten wrote: > > On 26-Jul-2001 Herbert Voss wrote: > > morten wrote: > >> > >> well > >> I my bibtex up and running. but ... > >> The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc > >> I would like to have them appear as 1, 2, 3, etc. How do I do that. > > > > \usepackage{cite} in preamble

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
I have removed the 'babel'-reference under preferences and I include the 'cite' package. but no effect. so.. any other suggestions? morten >> >> >> >> well >> >> I my bibtex up and running. but ... >> >> The references appear in the order of 3, 8, 2, 1, etc >> >> I would like to have them

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Am Donnerstag, 26. Juli 2001 17:48 schrieb morten: > I have removed the 'babel'-reference under preferences and I include > the 'cite' package. but no effect. > so.. any other suggestions? > morten Just to exclude misunderstandings: what is exactly your problem? Do the cites appear in the wrong

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Herbert Voss
morten wrote: > > I have removed the 'babel'-reference under preferences and I include the 'cite' > package. but no effect. > so.. any other suggestions? can you send a small lyx-examplefile? Herbert -- http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/

Problems with LyX 1.6 patch 2 under FreeBSD

2001-07-26 Thread A. L. Meyers
Dear fellow LyXers, LyX is my favourite programme so I was quite disappointed in not having it work "right out of the box" on FreeBSD, installed from the "ports" tree. Everything compiled and was installed without any error messages. So I cannot figure out if the problems are LyX and/or LyX

Emacs-like vs. popup searching in Lyx

2001-07-26 Thread Kostas Oikonomou
I find the Emacs-like search with C-s, C-r that takes place entirely in the minibuffer much more convenient than the popup, which requires you to do a lot of clicking. Is there any interest in changing Lyx's behavior in this respect? My view is that popups are very useful for doing things like

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
What it does correctly: * cf references [4,5,8] * the numbering in the bibliography section. what it doesn't do correctly (or rather, what I want it to do): * the numbering of the references. I do cf ref: [these_cedric] and there is an autogenerated reference numbering. It is this autonumbering

Emacs-like vs. popup searching in Lyx

2001-07-26 Thread Ronald Florence
Kostas Oikonomou writes: I find the Emacs-like search with C-s, C-r that takes place entirely in the minibuffer much more convenient than the [LyX]popup, which requires you to do a lot of clicking. Yes! The LyX search popup is so inconvenient that I dread using it. Xemacs searching

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Hello Morten, You want bibtex to give your references the number as they appear in the text [1] for the first reference, [2] for the second. But bibtex uses (by default) another scheme: The references are ordered alphabetically in the Bibliography and numberend then, so: [1] Adams... comes

Re (2): bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Morten, by the way... I had a look at your bib-file. You will get problems with the way you inserted the name! You are using pybliographic, right? Please use this naming scheme "Suzumori, K." not "K. Suzumori" And do not enter "and" between several authors by yourself in Pybliographic, this

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
yes and no... My first ref. is 'Prelle' and the second is 'Ohno' . but say I want to define another numbering scheme. Do you have a link or an easy of doing that? mo On 26-Jul-2001 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: > Hello Morten, > > You want bibtex to give your references the number as they

Re: bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Am Donnerstag, 26. Juli 2001 18:53 schrieb morten: > yes and no... > My first ref. is 'Prelle' and the second is 'Ohno' . I think my last mail answered this, it's the first name *C.* Prelle before *H.* Ohno... > but say I want to define another numbering scheme. Do you have a link > or an

RE: Re (2): bibtex reference order

2001-07-26 Thread morten
ok that solves it, thanks. On 26-Jul-2001 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: > Morten, by the way... > > I had a look at your bib-file. You will get problems with the way you > inserted the name! > You are using pybliographic, right? > Please use this naming scheme > "Suzumori, K." > not > "K.

Sp and Sb

2001-07-26 Thread Patrick Dupre LCMI
Hello, Are the Sp and Sb environments available under Lyx ? (see the Latex companion p.233). Thank. -- --- == Patrick DUPRE| | Tel: (33 4) 76-88-78-51 CNRS/LCMI (GHMFL)| |

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