Re: absolute path and graphics file

2003-07-04 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
 Marcin == Marcin Bukat [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Marcin Current behavor is ok unless You work on the same document on
Marcin few different machines (home/work for example).

Could you give a more precise example on the kind of document
hierarchy that you use?

JMarc


spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread Eduardo Haro
Hello,

I'm beginning to use LYX, and I've got a problem with the spell checker,
for a document in french. The thing is that, when LYX begins the spell
checking, it alwais breakes the words in the accents (for example, for
the word problme, it checks probl and me, but never recognises
the whole word).

Do you have an idea where the problem is?

Thanks.

-- 
Ed [EMAIL PROTECTED]







Re: spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread Matej Cepl
On 2003-07-04, 13:40 GMT, Eduardo Haro wrote:
 I'm beginning to use LYX, and I've got a problem with the spell checker,
 for a document in french. The thing is that, when LYX begins the spell
 checking, it alwais breakes the words in the accents (for example, for
 the word problme, it checks probl and me, but never recognises
 the whole word).

This is actually a very old bug in LyX, which unfortunately still did
not get fixed. Let's hope ... :-)

   Matj

-- 
Matej Cepl,
GPG Finger: 89EF 4BC6 288A BF43 1BAB  25C3 E09F EF25 D964 84AC
138 Highland Ave. #10, Somerville, Ma 02143, (617) 623-1488



impossible to compile

2003-07-04 Thread Alessandro Magni
While trying to build the last version I got the following errors (just a 
snippet not to clutter too much the message).

I have the following RPMs:

xforms-1.0-2
xforms-devel-1.0-2
fdesign-1.0-2   (NOT specified in the README, but I discovered to be necessary)

gcc --version is 2.96

libstdc++:
compat-libstdc++-6.2-2.9.0.16
libstdc++-devel-2.96-110
libstdc++-2.96-110

Xpm:
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXpm.so.4
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXpm.so.4.11
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXpm.a
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXpm.so

Qt:
qt-designer-3.0.3-11
qt-3.0.3-11
qt2-2.3.1-3
qt-devel-3.0.3-11

Any info will be GREATLY appreciated!

Alessandro

__

frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormAboutlyx.o): In function 
`FormAboutlyx::build (void)':
FormAboutlyx.o(.text+0x118): undefined reference to `build_aboutlyx(void *)'
FormAboutlyx.o(.text+0x14d): undefined reference to 
`build_aboutlyx_version(void  *)'
FormAboutlyx.o(.text+0x470): undefined reference to 
`build_aboutlyx_credits(void  *)'
FormAboutlyx.o(.text+0x710): undefined reference to 
`build_aboutlyx_license(void  *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormBibitem.o): In function 
`FormBibitem::build(v oid)':
FormBibitem.o(.text+0x101): undefined reference to `build_bibitem(void *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormBibtex.o): In 
function`FormBibtex::build(void)':
FormBibtex.o(.text+0x101): undefined reference to `build_bibtex(void *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormCharacter.o): In function 
`FormCharacter::build(void)':
FormCharacter.o(.text+0x1f4): undefined reference to `build_character(void *)'



frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormUrl.o): In function `FormUrl::build(void)':
FormUrl.o(.text+0x102): undefined reference to `build_url(void *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormWrap.o): In function 
`FormWrap::build(void)':
FormWrap.o(.text+0x11d): undefined reference to `build_wrap(void *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormBrowser.o): In function 
`FormBrowser::build(void)':
FormBrowser.o(.text+0x34): undefined reference to `build_browser(void *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormMathsDelim.o): In function 
`FormMathsDelim::build(void)':
FormMathsDelim.o(.text+0x101): undefined reference to 
`build_maths_delim(void*) '
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormMathsMatrix.o): In function 
`FormMathsMatrix: :build(void)':
FormMathsMatrix.o(.text+0x11e): undefined reference to 
`build_maths_matrix(void  *)'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[3]: *** [lyx] Error 1
make[3]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/redhat/SOURCES/lyx-1.3.2/src'
make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/redhat/SOURCES/lyx-1.3.2/src'
make[1]: *** [all] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/redhat/SOURCES/lyx-1.3.2/src'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

-- 
~~
\  Dr.Alessandro Magni
/   IEN Galileo Ferraris
\   Strada delle Cacce 91, 10135 Torino (ITALIA)
/   Email [EMAIL PROTECTED]
\   Fax 0039-011-3919 834
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~~




Re: spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread John Levon
On Fri, Jul 04, 2003 at 10:48:05AM -0400, Matej Cepl wrote:

  I'm beginning to use LYX, and I've got a problem with the spell checker,
  for a document in french. The thing is that, when LYX begins the spell
  checking, it alwais breakes the words in the accents (for example, for
  the word problme, it checks probl and me, but never recognises
  the whole word).
 
 This is actually a very old bug in LyX, which unfortunately still did
 not get fixed. Let's hope ... :-)

Huh ? Somebody is going to have to describe what the issue is. If I
type problme it spellchecks and suggests probléme just fine, and
replaces fine. Similarly I have no problems spellchecking existing words
with accents in

john


Re: spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread Vaclav Smidl
Have you tried to put your accented characters to:
Edit Preferences  Language setting  Spellchecker  Escape characters  ?
(This is the path in QT version, should be fairly similar in xforms)

You need to use correct encoding though.

Best,

Vasek

On Friday 04 of July 2003 14:40, Eduardo Haro wrote:
 Hello,

 I'm beginning to use LYX, and I've got a problem with the spell checker,
 for a document in french. The thing is that, when LYX begins the spell
 checking, it alwais breakes the words in the accents (for example, for
 the word problme, it checks probl and me, but never recognises
 the whole word).

 Do you have an idea where the problem is?

 Thanks.



Re: spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
 John == John Levon [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

John Huh ? Somebody is going to have to describe what the issue is.
John If I type problme it spellchecks and suggests probléme just
John fine, 

It seems that you should update your French dictionary...

JMarc


what classes support the environment keyword?

2003-07-04 Thread Jorgen Johansson
 I am looking for a articl class which has the keyword environment.

Can point me in the right direction.

( I got an error trying use \begin{keywords} in the regular article class)

thanks

jorgen




Re: absolute path and graphics file

2003-07-04 Thread Fernando Perez
Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote:
Marcin == Marcin Bukat [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:


Marcin Current behavor is ok unless You work on the same document on
Marcin few different machines (home/work for example).
Could you give a more precise example on the kind of document
hierarchy that you use?
The question wasn't to me, but here's a simple example where absolute paths 
are a problem:  suppose I work on the same lyx doc at my work computer and on 
my laptop.  At work, $HOME is /usr/users/fperez, on my laptop it's 
/usr/local/home/fperez.  If the figure paths are absolute, the document won't 
work correctly in one of the two computers.  I can work around that by making 
fake symlinks to simulate the paths, but it's kind of a clunky solution.

HTH.

Best,

f.



Re: spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread Fernando Perez
Matej Cepl wrote:
On 2003-07-04, 13:40 GMT, Eduardo Haro wrote:

I'm beginning to use LYX, and I've got a problem with the spell checker,
for a document in french. The thing is that, when LYX begins the spell
checking, it alwais breakes the words in the accents (for example, for
the word problme, it checks probl and me, but never recognises
the whole word).


This is actually a very old bug in LyX, which unfortunately still did
not get fixed. Let's hope ... :-)
I'm not sure it's actually a LyX true bug, but more of a subtle confusion.  In 
Lyx, it's possible to have accented characters be generated as Latex sequences 
 (\'{e}) or as directly accented letters ().  I've seen the problem 
mentioned by the OP if I use the first option, but if I use accented letters 
directly, it goes away.

I can't quite recall what I did to make sure I got  instead of \'{e} in the 
.tex sources, though.  It was long ago, and whatever preference I set seems to 
have survived from my 0.10 install through today.

The nice thing about this is that it also makes the resulting .tex sources 
much nicer to read.

HTH.

Best,

f.



Re: absolute path and graphics file

2003-07-04 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
 Marcin == Marcin Bukat [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Marcin Current behavor is ok unless You work on the same document on
Marcin few different machines (home/work for example).

Could you give a more precise example on the kind of document
hierarchy that you use?

JMarc


spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread Eduardo Haro
Hello,

I'm beginning to use LYX, and I've got a problem with the spell checker,
for a document in french. The thing is that, when LYX begins the spell
checking, it alwais breakes the words in the accents (for example, for
the word problme, it checks probl and me, but never recognises
the whole word).

Do you have an idea where the problem is?

Thanks.

-- 
Ed [EMAIL PROTECTED]







Re: spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread Matej Cepl
On 2003-07-04, 13:40 GMT, Eduardo Haro wrote:
 I'm beginning to use LYX, and I've got a problem with the spell checker,
 for a document in french. The thing is that, when LYX begins the spell
 checking, it alwais breakes the words in the accents (for example, for
 the word problme, it checks probl and me, but never recognises
 the whole word).

This is actually a very old bug in LyX, which unfortunately still did
not get fixed. Let's hope ... :-)

   Matj

-- 
Matej Cepl,
GPG Finger: 89EF 4BC6 288A BF43 1BAB  25C3 E09F EF25 D964 84AC
138 Highland Ave. #10, Somerville, Ma 02143, (617) 623-1488



impossible to compile

2003-07-04 Thread Alessandro Magni
While trying to build the last version I got the following errors (just a 
snippet not to clutter too much the message).

I have the following RPMs:

xforms-1.0-2
xforms-devel-1.0-2
fdesign-1.0-2   (NOT specified in the README, but I discovered to be necessary)

gcc --version is 2.96

libstdc++:
compat-libstdc++-6.2-2.9.0.16
libstdc++-devel-2.96-110
libstdc++-2.96-110

Xpm:
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXpm.so.4
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXpm.so.4.11
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXpm.a
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXpm.so

Qt:
qt-designer-3.0.3-11
qt-3.0.3-11
qt2-2.3.1-3
qt-devel-3.0.3-11

Any info will be GREATLY appreciated!

Alessandro

__

frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormAboutlyx.o): In function 
`FormAboutlyx::build (void)':
FormAboutlyx.o(.text+0x118): undefined reference to `build_aboutlyx(void *)'
FormAboutlyx.o(.text+0x14d): undefined reference to 
`build_aboutlyx_version(void  *)'
FormAboutlyx.o(.text+0x470): undefined reference to 
`build_aboutlyx_credits(void  *)'
FormAboutlyx.o(.text+0x710): undefined reference to 
`build_aboutlyx_license(void  *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormBibitem.o): In function 
`FormBibitem::build(v oid)':
FormBibitem.o(.text+0x101): undefined reference to `build_bibitem(void *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormBibtex.o): In 
function`FormBibtex::build(void)':
FormBibtex.o(.text+0x101): undefined reference to `build_bibtex(void *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormCharacter.o): In function 
`FormCharacter::build(void)':
FormCharacter.o(.text+0x1f4): undefined reference to `build_character(void *)'



frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormUrl.o): In function `FormUrl::build(void)':
FormUrl.o(.text+0x102): undefined reference to `build_url(void *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormWrap.o): In function 
`FormWrap::build(void)':
FormWrap.o(.text+0x11d): undefined reference to `build_wrap(void *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormBrowser.o): In function 
`FormBrowser::build(void)':
FormBrowser.o(.text+0x34): undefined reference to `build_browser(void *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormMathsDelim.o): In function 
`FormMathsDelim::build(void)':
FormMathsDelim.o(.text+0x101): undefined reference to 
`build_maths_delim(void*) '
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormMathsMatrix.o): In function 
`FormMathsMatrix: :build(void)':
FormMathsMatrix.o(.text+0x11e): undefined reference to 
`build_maths_matrix(void  *)'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[3]: *** [lyx] Error 1
make[3]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/redhat/SOURCES/lyx-1.3.2/src'
make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/redhat/SOURCES/lyx-1.3.2/src'
make[1]: *** [all] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/redhat/SOURCES/lyx-1.3.2/src'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

-- 
~~
\  Dr.Alessandro Magni
/   IEN Galileo Ferraris
\   Strada delle Cacce 91, 10135 Torino (ITALIA)
/   Email [EMAIL PROTECTED]
\   Fax 0039-011-3919 834
/   Tel 0039-011-3919 821 
\   URL http://www.ien.it/~magni
~~




Re: spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread John Levon
On Fri, Jul 04, 2003 at 10:48:05AM -0400, Matej Cepl wrote:

  I'm beginning to use LYX, and I've got a problem with the spell checker,
  for a document in french. The thing is that, when LYX begins the spell
  checking, it alwais breakes the words in the accents (for example, for
  the word problme, it checks probl and me, but never recognises
  the whole word).
 
 This is actually a very old bug in LyX, which unfortunately still did
 not get fixed. Let's hope ... :-)

Huh ? Somebody is going to have to describe what the issue is. If I
type problme it spellchecks and suggests probléme just fine, and
replaces fine. Similarly I have no problems spellchecking existing words
with accents in

john


Re: spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread Vaclav Smidl
Have you tried to put your accented characters to:
Edit Preferences  Language setting  Spellchecker  Escape characters  ?
(This is the path in QT version, should be fairly similar in xforms)

You need to use correct encoding though.

Best,

Vasek

On Friday 04 of July 2003 14:40, Eduardo Haro wrote:
 Hello,

 I'm beginning to use LYX, and I've got a problem with the spell checker,
 for a document in french. The thing is that, when LYX begins the spell
 checking, it alwais breakes the words in the accents (for example, for
 the word problme, it checks probl and me, but never recognises
 the whole word).

 Do you have an idea where the problem is?

 Thanks.



Re: spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
 John == John Levon [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

John Huh ? Somebody is going to have to describe what the issue is.
John If I type problme it spellchecks and suggests probléme just
John fine, 

It seems that you should update your French dictionary...

JMarc


what classes support the environment keyword?

2003-07-04 Thread Jorgen Johansson
 I am looking for a articl class which has the keyword environment.

Can point me in the right direction.

( I got an error trying use \begin{keywords} in the regular article class)

thanks

jorgen




Re: absolute path and graphics file

2003-07-04 Thread Fernando Perez
Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote:
Marcin == Marcin Bukat [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:


Marcin Current behavor is ok unless You work on the same document on
Marcin few different machines (home/work for example).
Could you give a more precise example on the kind of document
hierarchy that you use?
The question wasn't to me, but here's a simple example where absolute paths 
are a problem:  suppose I work on the same lyx doc at my work computer and on 
my laptop.  At work, $HOME is /usr/users/fperez, on my laptop it's 
/usr/local/home/fperez.  If the figure paths are absolute, the document won't 
work correctly in one of the two computers.  I can work around that by making 
fake symlinks to simulate the paths, but it's kind of a clunky solution.

HTH.

Best,

f.



Re: spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread Fernando Perez
Matej Cepl wrote:
On 2003-07-04, 13:40 GMT, Eduardo Haro wrote:

I'm beginning to use LYX, and I've got a problem with the spell checker,
for a document in french. The thing is that, when LYX begins the spell
checking, it alwais breakes the words in the accents (for example, for
the word problme, it checks probl and me, but never recognises
the whole word).


This is actually a very old bug in LyX, which unfortunately still did
not get fixed. Let's hope ... :-)
I'm not sure it's actually a LyX true bug, but more of a subtle confusion.  In 
Lyx, it's possible to have accented characters be generated as Latex sequences 
 (\'{e}) or as directly accented letters ().  I've seen the problem 
mentioned by the OP if I use the first option, but if I use accented letters 
directly, it goes away.

I can't quite recall what I did to make sure I got  instead of \'{e} in the 
.tex sources, though.  It was long ago, and whatever preference I set seems to 
have survived from my 0.10 install through today.

The nice thing about this is that it also makes the resulting .tex sources 
much nicer to read.

HTH.

Best,

f.



Re: absolute path and graphics file

2003-07-04 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "Marcin" == Marcin Bukat <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

Marcin> Current behavor is ok unless You work on the same document on
Marcin> few different machines (home/work for example).

Could you give a more precise example on the kind of document
hierarchy that you use?

JMarc


spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread Eduardo Haro
Hello,

I'm beginning to use LYX, and I've got a problem with the spell checker,
for a document in french. The thing is that, when LYX begins the spell
checking, it alwais breakes the words in the accents (for example, for
the word "problme", it checks "probl" and "me", but never recognises
the whole word).

Do you have an idea where the problem is?

Thanks.

-- 
Ed <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>


>




Re: spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread Matej Cepl
On 2003-07-04, 13:40 GMT, Eduardo Haro wrote:
> I'm beginning to use LYX, and I've got a problem with the spell checker,
> for a document in french. The thing is that, when LYX begins the spell
> checking, it alwais breakes the words in the accents (for example, for
> the word "problme", it checks "probl" and "me", but never recognises
> the whole word).

This is actually a very old bug in LyX, which unfortunately still did
not get fixed. Let's hope ... :-)

   Matěj

-- 
Matej Cepl,
GPG Finger: 89EF 4BC6 288A BF43 1BAB  25C3 E09F EF25 D964 84AC
138 Highland Ave. #10, Somerville, Ma 02143, (617) 623-1488



impossible to compile

2003-07-04 Thread Alessandro Magni
While trying to build the last version I got the following errors (just a 
snippet not to clutter too much the message).

I have the following RPMs:

xforms-1.0-2
xforms-devel-1.0-2
fdesign-1.0-2   (NOT specified in the README, but I discovered to be necessary)

gcc --version is 2.96

libstdc++:
compat-libstdc++-6.2-2.9.0.16
libstdc++-devel-2.96-110
libstdc++-2.96-110

Xpm:
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXpm.so.4
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXpm.so.4.11
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXpm.a
/usr/X11R6/lib/libXpm.so

Qt:
qt-designer-3.0.3-11
qt-3.0.3-11
qt2-2.3.1-3
qt-devel-3.0.3-11

Any info will be GREATLY appreciated!

Alessandro

__

frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormAboutlyx.o): In function 
`FormAboutlyx::build (void)':
FormAboutlyx.o(.text+0x118): undefined reference to `build_aboutlyx(void *)'
FormAboutlyx.o(.text+0x14d): undefined reference to 
`build_aboutlyx_version(void  *)'
FormAboutlyx.o(.text+0x470): undefined reference to 
`build_aboutlyx_credits(void  *)'
FormAboutlyx.o(.text+0x710): undefined reference to 
`build_aboutlyx_license(void  *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormBibitem.o): In function 
`FormBibitem::build(v oid)':
FormBibitem.o(.text+0x101): undefined reference to `build_bibitem(void *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormBibtex.o): In 
function`FormBibtex::build(void)':
FormBibtex.o(.text+0x101): undefined reference to `build_bibtex(void *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormCharacter.o): In function 
`FormCharacter::build(void)':
FormCharacter.o(.text+0x1f4): undefined reference to `build_character(void *)'



frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormUrl.o): In function `FormUrl::build(void)':
FormUrl.o(.text+0x102): undefined reference to `build_url(void *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormWrap.o): In function 
`FormWrap::build(void)':
FormWrap.o(.text+0x11d): undefined reference to `build_wrap(void *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormBrowser.o): In function 
`FormBrowser::build(void)':
FormBrowser.o(.text+0x34): undefined reference to `build_browser(void *)'
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormMathsDelim.o): In function 
`FormMathsDelim::build(void)':
FormMathsDelim.o(.text+0x101): undefined reference to 
`build_maths_delim(void*) '
frontends/.libs/libfrontends.a(FormMathsMatrix.o): In function 
`FormMathsMatrix: :build(void)':
FormMathsMatrix.o(.text+0x11e): undefined reference to 
`build_maths_matrix(void  *)'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[3]: *** [lyx] Error 1
make[3]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/redhat/SOURCES/lyx-1.3.2/src'
make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/redhat/SOURCES/lyx-1.3.2/src'
make[1]: *** [all] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/redhat/SOURCES/lyx-1.3.2/src'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

-- 
~~
\  Dr.Alessandro Magni
/   IEN Galileo Ferraris
\   Strada delle Cacce 91, 10135 Torino (ITALIA)
/   Email [EMAIL PROTECTED]
\   Fax 0039-011-3919 834
/   Tel 0039-011-3919 821 
\   URL http://www.ien.it/~magni
~~




Re: spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread John Levon
On Fri, Jul 04, 2003 at 10:48:05AM -0400, Matej Cepl wrote:

> > I'm beginning to use LYX, and I've got a problem with the spell checker,
> > for a document in french. The thing is that, when LYX begins the spell
> > checking, it alwais breakes the words in the accents (for example, for
> > the word "problme", it checks "probl" and "me", but never recognises
> > the whole word).
> 
> This is actually a very old bug in LyX, which unfortunately still did
> not get fixed. Let's hope ... :-)

Huh ? Somebody is going to have to describe what the issue is. If I
type "problme" it spellchecks and suggests "probléme" just fine, and
replaces fine. Similarly I have no problems spellchecking existing words
with accents in

john


Re: spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread Vaclav Smidl
Have you tried to put your accented characters to:
Edit> Preferences > Language setting > Spellchecker > Escape characters  ?
(This is the path in QT version, should be fairly similar in xforms)

You need to use correct encoding though.

Best,

Vasek

On Friday 04 of July 2003 14:40, Eduardo Haro wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I'm beginning to use LYX, and I've got a problem with the spell checker,
> for a document in french. The thing is that, when LYX begins the spell
> checking, it alwais breakes the words in the accents (for example, for
> the word "problme", it checks "probl" and "me", but never recognises
> the whole word).
>
> Do you have an idea where the problem is?
>
> Thanks.



Re: spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
> "John" == John Levon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

John> Huh ? Somebody is going to have to describe what the issue is.
John> If I type "problme" it spellchecks and suggests "probléme" just
John> fine, 

It seems that you should update your French dictionary...

JMarc


what classes support the environment keyword?

2003-07-04 Thread Jorgen Johansson
 I am looking for a articl class which has the keyword environment.

Can point me in the right direction.

( I got an error trying use \begin{keywords} in the regular article class)

thanks

jorgen




Re: absolute path and graphics file

2003-07-04 Thread Fernando Perez
Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote:
"Marcin" == Marcin Bukat <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:


Marcin> Current behavor is ok unless You work on the same document on
Marcin> few different machines (home/work for example).
Could you give a more precise example on the kind of document
hierarchy that you use?
The question wasn't to me, but here's a simple example where absolute paths 
are a problem:  suppose I work on the same lyx doc at my work computer and on 
my laptop.  At work, $HOME is /usr/users/fperez, on my laptop it's 
/usr/local/home/fperez.  If the figure paths are absolute, the document won't 
work correctly in one of the two computers.  I can work around that by making 
fake symlinks to simulate the paths, but it's kind of a clunky solution.

HTH.

Best,

f.



Re: spell checking

2003-07-04 Thread Fernando Perez
Matej Cepl wrote:
On 2003-07-04, 13:40 GMT, Eduardo Haro wrote:

I'm beginning to use LYX, and I've got a problem with the spell checker,
for a document in french. The thing is that, when LYX begins the spell
checking, it alwais breakes the words in the accents (for example, for
the word "problme", it checks "probl" and "me", but never recognises
the whole word).


This is actually a very old bug in LyX, which unfortunately still did
not get fixed. Let's hope ... :-)
I'm not sure it's actually a LyX true bug, but more of a subtle confusion.  In 
Lyx, it's possible to have accented characters be generated as Latex sequences 
 (\'{e}) or as directly accented letters (é).  I've seen the problem 
mentioned by the OP if I use the first option, but if I use accented letters 
directly, it goes away.

I can't quite recall what I did to make sure I got é instead of \'{e} in the 
.tex sources, though.  It was long ago, and whatever preference I set seems to 
have survived from my 0.10 install through today.

The nice thing about this is that it also makes the resulting .tex sources 
much nicer to read.

HTH.

Best,

f.