Re: cite a bitex file in a float

2004-04-01 Thread Gareth Jenkins
Stephen Buonopane wrote:

Is it possible to cite in floats?
thx
derNette
   

If you mean in the caption of a float.
I have done this successfully with Lyx 1.3.4 on OSX.
I just used Insert Citation. Nothing special that I can remember.
 

It works for me too but have noticed things can get confused if you have 
a list of figures.
I think lyx doesn't always delete the old lof file and subsequent runs 
of latex cite items in the list of figures first, before the actual 
occurrence in the document. Closing lyx and reopening the file cures 
this problem.
I guess the original problem must have something to do with the bib file 
or bibstyle.

Gareth



Re: Two pictures side by side

2004-04-01 Thread roland schmitz
Hi Johan,

 One way of doing this is to put a table in the figure float and then one
 figure in each table cell.  Below each figure you can have a separate
 caption which will be shown in the list of figures.  This is different
 from the subfigure which does not show in the list of figures.

m shit. I already tried this (nearly). I remembered html, so i inserted
a table (one row two columns) an inside i tried to insert my figure floats.
This was no succsess.
Yes i want a separate caption for each picture, an a separate entry in the
list of figures.
I will check this as soon as posible.

Thank you

Roland

-- 
Mit freundlichem GrussYours sincerely

  Roland Schmitz

+++ NEU bei GMX und erstmalig in Deutschland: TÜV-geprüfter Virenschutz +++
100% Virenerkennung nach Wildlist. Infos: http://www.gmx.net/virenschutz



problem with hyperref and lyx

2004-04-01 Thread harmel
Hello

i have a problem with pdftex (miktex 2.4) and lyx 1.3.3 for win. I work
with a great document with more underdocuments, the heat from the
document is with roman cite numbers and the body with arabic numbers and
i have a bibtex-bibliography insert, when i run pdftex it works fine.
when i use the hyperref-package with the option colorlinks=true and the
pagebackref-function i become the following errormessages pdfTex
warning (ext4) destination with the same identifier (name{page.3}) ha
[3.

what can i do, i need the function from hyperref

jojo



Re: cite a bitex file in a float

2004-04-01 Thread Andr Lingenfelser
On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 16:45:15 +0100
Rob S [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  
  Is it possible to cite in floats?
 
 I use ERT for this.  Assuming you use natbib then for example in ERT:
 
 \citep{whatever_your_key_is}
 
 
 This works for me
 
  thx
  derNette
 
 Rob S
 
Ok it works now, problem was, that I used Pybliographic + havard.sty, but now Im doing 
it with natbib and lyx itself.
Thanks a lot mates,
André

Rob whats ERT ???
 



Re: cite a bitex file in a float

2004-04-01 Thread Angus Leeming
André Lingenfelser wrote:
 Rob whats ERT ???

Evil Red Text, a.k.a. raw LaTeX.

-- 
Angus



Re: hi

2004-04-01 Thread
   1  2004 08:50 Pedro (a):
 Want subscribe
go http://www.lyx.org



Re: stacking of figures at the end of the document

2004-04-01 Thread Stephen Buonopane
 Im writing a bit big AMS unnumbered article (~20
 pages), and figures arent distributed among the
 document, but they tend to stack at the end of it. I
 would like that at least, figures belonging to a
 section enviroment will not  be displayed further than
 the end of the section (ie: that i wont have figures
 of previous sections in another section)

In ERT use \clearpage
This will force LaTeX to empty its buffer of all the floats it is waiting
to place.

 



Re: Two pictures side by side

2004-04-01 Thread Helge Hafting
roland schmitz wrote:
Hi Johan,


One way of doing this is to put a table in the figure float and then one
figure in each table cell.  Below each figure you can have a separate
caption which will be shown in the list of figures.  This is different
from the subfigure which does not show in the list of figures.


m shit. I already tried this (nearly). I remembered html, so i inserted
a table (one row two columns) an inside i tried to insert my figure floats.
This was no succsess.
Yes i want a separate caption for each picture, an a separate entry in the
list of figures.
I will check this as soon as posible.
You don't have to use a table (with lines or the hassle of turning
all the lines off) It can be nice if you want a table of figures though.
This is how I dd this in my book:
1. Create a figure float
2. Insert as many minipages inside that float as necessary. Make sure
   that the påaragraph type inside the float is standard, not caption !
3. Adjust minipages to proper size (so several will fit on a line), 
  add hfills between them for nice spacing if necessary
4. Insert one figure in each minipage.
5. Press enter after the figure inside, to get a new paragraph.
  Make that new paragraph a caption. Repeat for each figure
6. Type in whatever text you want in the captions.

This allows as many figures side by side as you want.  Each figure
can have its own caption if you wish.  Each caption will be numbered
and appear in the list of figures (if you use that list)
This is very flexible.  One caption for everything, or several
captions.  Each figure may be sized independently. And they
don't all have to be graphichs, feel free to put anything in
those minipages; text, graphichs, math, tables, . . .
Helge Hafting



inquiry/problem/new user

2004-04-01 Thread a.garcia
I am completely new to lyx... so sorry if my question is 
too newby. I am trying to write a document in Lyx, I 
inserted a TOC, and have some paragraphs. The TOC displays 
ok, but when I try to create a pdf of the lyx file it 
gives me an error msg. It is:

Undefined control sequence.
 ...oduction and Motivation\tableofcontents{}}
The control sequence at the end of the top line
of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have
misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct
spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,
and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.
I do not know what to do... sorry but have no idea. What 
am I doing wrong?  


Re: inquiry/problem/new user

2004-04-01 Thread Rich Shepard
On Fri, 2 Apr 2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I am completely new to lyx... so sorry if my question is too newby. I am
 trying to write a document in Lyx, I inserted a TOC, and have some
 paragraphs. The TOC displays ok, but when I try to create a pdf of the lyx
 file it gives me an error msg. It is:

  What document type? Book? Do you have the grey box with the
TableofContents label in the center of the page (horizontally)? You write
that it displays; where and under what circumstances? How are you
generating the pdf output?

  Curious minds want to know.

Rich

-- 
Dr. Richard B. Shepard, President
Applied Ecosystem Services, Inc. (TM)
http://www.appl-ecosys.com


Re: inquiry/problem/new user

2004-04-01 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Fri, Apr 02, 2004 at 12:21:37AM +1000, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I am completely new to lyx... so sorry if my question is 
 too newby. I am trying to write a document in Lyx, I 
 inserted a TOC, and have some paragraphs. The TOC displays 
 ok, but when I try to create a pdf of the lyx file it 
 gives me an error msg. It is:
 
 Undefined control sequence.
  ...oduction and Motivation\tableofcontents{}}

This looks as if you put the TOC into a section heading or similar.
Put it into a paragaph with 'Standard' layout and re-try.

Andre'


Avoid Hyphenation with Lyx

2004-04-01 Thread Manfred Hainer
How do I avoid hyphenation of a word which already contains a hyphen?
A word containing a hyphen, like  P-Tracker  should never be hyphenated.
With Tex it is sufficient to write   P~Tracker   -  which will result in 
P-Tracker on the printed document and it will never be divided at the end of 
a line.
In other words, how to avoid:   P-
Tracker   ?
How do I accomplish this with Lyx?
-- 
Beste Gruesse / Kind Regards
Manfred Hainer
D-36341 Lauterbach
Am Zickmantel 16


Re: Two pictures side by side

2004-04-01 Thread Charlls Quarra
 --- Helge Hafting [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:  
 
 This is how I dd this in my book:
 1. Create a figure float
 2. Insert as many minipages inside that float as
 necessary. Make sure
 that the påaragraph type inside the float is
 standard, not caption !
 3. Adjust minipages to proper size (so several will
 fit on a line), 
add hfills between them for nice spacing if
 necessary
 4. Insert one figure in each minipage.
 5. Press enter after the figure inside, to get a new
 paragraph.
Make that new paragraph a caption. Repeat for
 each figure
 6. Type in whatever text you want in the captions.
 
 This allows as many figures side by side as you
 want.  Each figure
 can have its own caption if you wish.  Each caption
 will be numbered
 and appear in the list of figures (if you use that
 list)
 
 This is very flexible.  One caption for everything,
 or several
 captions.  Each figure may be sized independently.
 And they
 don't all have to be graphichs, feel free to put
 anything in
 those minipages; text, graphichs, math, tables, . .
 .


I just tried this; a couple of observations/doubts:

i set up two minipages of width 30, the figures
overlap , so i add an \hfill ERT. this gets the
figures a bit more separated; However the individual
captions wrap too soon (each line of the individual
minipage captions are less than 12 characters, hardly
more than two words can stay in the same line). I try
to improve the situation increasing the width of the
minipages to 40, however now they are too big to be in
the same line. I go back to width 30 and add an
additional \hfill ERT, but again the graphic minipages
are in different lines.

How do you adjust these things to look like in the
books?

 cheers



Los mejores usados y las más tentadoras 
ofertas de 0km están en Yahoo! Autos.
Comprá o vendé tu auto en
http://autos.yahoo.com.ar


problem converting latex

2004-04-01 Thread Charlls Quarra

 I wrote an empty document with only the following
ERT:

\setlength\unitlength{1mm}
\begin{overpic}[scale=1.5]{test.eps}
\put(21,40){$\frac{1}{Y^{2}}$}
\end{overpic}


 It gives various cryptic errors: 
 
 'arithmetic overflow', '.eps is an unknown graphics
extension' and crazy stuff like that
 
 I exported to latex just out of curiosity to see
 what this thing is really doing behind scenes, which
got me the following:


%% LyX 1.3 created this file.  For more info, see
http://www.lyx.org/.
%% Do not edit unless you really know what you are
doing.
\documentclass[oneside,twocolumn,spanish]{scrbook}
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\usepackage[latin1]{inputenc}
\usepackage{fancyhdr}
\pagestyle{fancy}
\setcounter{secnumdepth}{3}
\setcounter{tocdepth}{3}
  
  
\makeatletter
%% User specified LaTeX
commands.
\usepackage{overpic}
  
  
  
  
\usepackage[small]{caption}
  
  
\usepackage{babel}

 PROBLEM LINE %%
[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
  %%


\makeatother
\begin{document}
\setlength\unitlength{1mm}
  
  
\begin{overpic}[scale=1.5]{/home/charles/thesis/figures/rules.eps}
  
  
\put[scale=1.5](21,40){$\frac{1}{Y^{2}}$}
  
  
\end{overpic}
\end{document}



 After i removed the %% PROBLEM LINE %%: 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] 

 the latex compiles nicely


 Im doing something wrong in the document, or im
missing some initializing? note that i already put in
the preample \usepackage{overpic}


 cheers




Los mejores usados y las más tentadoras 
ofertas de 0km están en Yahoo! Autos.
Comprá o vendé tu auto en
http://autos.yahoo.com.ar


Re: cite a bitex file in a float

2004-04-01 Thread Gareth Jenkins
Stephen Buonopane wrote:

Is it possible to cite in floats?
thx
derNette
   

If you mean in the caption of a float.
I have done this successfully with Lyx 1.3.4 on OSX.
I just used Insert Citation. Nothing special that I can remember.
 

It works for me too but have noticed things can get confused if you have 
a list of figures.
I think lyx doesn't always delete the old lof file and subsequent runs 
of latex cite items in the list of figures first, before the actual 
occurrence in the document. Closing lyx and reopening the file cures 
this problem.
I guess the original problem must have something to do with the bib file 
or bibstyle.

Gareth



Re: Two pictures side by side

2004-04-01 Thread roland schmitz
Hi Johan,

 One way of doing this is to put a table in the figure float and then one
 figure in each table cell.  Below each figure you can have a separate
 caption which will be shown in the list of figures.  This is different
 from the subfigure which does not show in the list of figures.

m shit. I already tried this (nearly). I remembered html, so i inserted
a table (one row two columns) an inside i tried to insert my figure floats.
This was no succsess.
Yes i want a separate caption for each picture, an a separate entry in the
list of figures.
I will check this as soon as posible.

Thank you

Roland

-- 
Mit freundlichem GrussYours sincerely

  Roland Schmitz

+++ NEU bei GMX und erstmalig in Deutschland: TÜV-geprüfter Virenschutz +++
100% Virenerkennung nach Wildlist. Infos: http://www.gmx.net/virenschutz



problem with hyperref and lyx

2004-04-01 Thread harmel
Hello

i have a problem with pdftex (miktex 2.4) and lyx 1.3.3 for win. I work
with a great document with more underdocuments, the heat from the
document is with roman cite numbers and the body with arabic numbers and
i have a bibtex-bibliography insert, when i run pdftex it works fine.
when i use the hyperref-package with the option colorlinks=true and the
pagebackref-function i become the following errormessages pdfTex
warning (ext4) destination with the same identifier (name{page.3}) ha
[3.

what can i do, i need the function from hyperref

jojo



Re: cite a bitex file in a float

2004-04-01 Thread Andr Lingenfelser
On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 16:45:15 +0100
Rob S [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  
  Is it possible to cite in floats?
 
 I use ERT for this.  Assuming you use natbib then for example in ERT:
 
 \citep{whatever_your_key_is}
 
 
 This works for me
 
  thx
  derNette
 
 Rob S
 
Ok it works now, problem was, that I used Pybliographic + havard.sty, but now Im doing 
it with natbib and lyx itself.
Thanks a lot mates,
André

Rob whats ERT ???
 



Re: cite a bitex file in a float

2004-04-01 Thread Angus Leeming
André Lingenfelser wrote:
 Rob whats ERT ???

Evil Red Text, a.k.a. raw LaTeX.

-- 
Angus



Re: hi

2004-04-01 Thread
   1  2004 08:50 Pedro (a):
 Want subscribe
go http://www.lyx.org



Re: stacking of figures at the end of the document

2004-04-01 Thread Stephen Buonopane
 Im writing a bit big AMS unnumbered article (~20
 pages), and figures arent distributed among the
 document, but they tend to stack at the end of it. I
 would like that at least, figures belonging to a
 section enviroment will not  be displayed further than
 the end of the section (ie: that i wont have figures
 of previous sections in another section)

In ERT use \clearpage
This will force LaTeX to empty its buffer of all the floats it is waiting
to place.

 



Re: Two pictures side by side

2004-04-01 Thread Helge Hafting
roland schmitz wrote:
Hi Johan,


One way of doing this is to put a table in the figure float and then one
figure in each table cell.  Below each figure you can have a separate
caption which will be shown in the list of figures.  This is different
from the subfigure which does not show in the list of figures.


m shit. I already tried this (nearly). I remembered html, so i inserted
a table (one row two columns) an inside i tried to insert my figure floats.
This was no succsess.
Yes i want a separate caption for each picture, an a separate entry in the
list of figures.
I will check this as soon as posible.
You don't have to use a table (with lines or the hassle of turning
all the lines off) It can be nice if you want a table of figures though.
This is how I dd this in my book:
1. Create a figure float
2. Insert as many minipages inside that float as necessary. Make sure
   that the påaragraph type inside the float is standard, not caption !
3. Adjust minipages to proper size (so several will fit on a line), 
  add hfills between them for nice spacing if necessary
4. Insert one figure in each minipage.
5. Press enter after the figure inside, to get a new paragraph.
  Make that new paragraph a caption. Repeat for each figure
6. Type in whatever text you want in the captions.

This allows as many figures side by side as you want.  Each figure
can have its own caption if you wish.  Each caption will be numbered
and appear in the list of figures (if you use that list)
This is very flexible.  One caption for everything, or several
captions.  Each figure may be sized independently. And they
don't all have to be graphichs, feel free to put anything in
those minipages; text, graphichs, math, tables, . . .
Helge Hafting



inquiry/problem/new user

2004-04-01 Thread a.garcia
I am completely new to lyx... so sorry if my question is 
too newby. I am trying to write a document in Lyx, I 
inserted a TOC, and have some paragraphs. The TOC displays 
ok, but when I try to create a pdf of the lyx file it 
gives me an error msg. It is:

Undefined control sequence.
 ...oduction and Motivation\tableofcontents{}}
The control sequence at the end of the top line
of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have
misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct
spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,
and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.
I do not know what to do... sorry but have no idea. What 
am I doing wrong?  


Re: inquiry/problem/new user

2004-04-01 Thread Rich Shepard
On Fri, 2 Apr 2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I am completely new to lyx... so sorry if my question is too newby. I am
 trying to write a document in Lyx, I inserted a TOC, and have some
 paragraphs. The TOC displays ok, but when I try to create a pdf of the lyx
 file it gives me an error msg. It is:

  What document type? Book? Do you have the grey box with the
TableofContents label in the center of the page (horizontally)? You write
that it displays; where and under what circumstances? How are you
generating the pdf output?

  Curious minds want to know.

Rich

-- 
Dr. Richard B. Shepard, President
Applied Ecosystem Services, Inc. (TM)
http://www.appl-ecosys.com


Re: inquiry/problem/new user

2004-04-01 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Fri, Apr 02, 2004 at 12:21:37AM +1000, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I am completely new to lyx... so sorry if my question is 
 too newby. I am trying to write a document in Lyx, I 
 inserted a TOC, and have some paragraphs. The TOC displays 
 ok, but when I try to create a pdf of the lyx file it 
 gives me an error msg. It is:
 
 Undefined control sequence.
  ...oduction and Motivation\tableofcontents{}}

This looks as if you put the TOC into a section heading or similar.
Put it into a paragaph with 'Standard' layout and re-try.

Andre'


Avoid Hyphenation with Lyx

2004-04-01 Thread Manfred Hainer
How do I avoid hyphenation of a word which already contains a hyphen?
A word containing a hyphen, like  P-Tracker  should never be hyphenated.
With Tex it is sufficient to write   P~Tracker   -  which will result in 
P-Tracker on the printed document and it will never be divided at the end of 
a line.
In other words, how to avoid:   P-
Tracker   ?
How do I accomplish this with Lyx?
-- 
Beste Gruesse / Kind Regards
Manfred Hainer
D-36341 Lauterbach
Am Zickmantel 16


Re: Two pictures side by side

2004-04-01 Thread Charlls Quarra
 --- Helge Hafting [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:  
 
 This is how I dd this in my book:
 1. Create a figure float
 2. Insert as many minipages inside that float as
 necessary. Make sure
 that the påaragraph type inside the float is
 standard, not caption !
 3. Adjust minipages to proper size (so several will
 fit on a line), 
add hfills between them for nice spacing if
 necessary
 4. Insert one figure in each minipage.
 5. Press enter after the figure inside, to get a new
 paragraph.
Make that new paragraph a caption. Repeat for
 each figure
 6. Type in whatever text you want in the captions.
 
 This allows as many figures side by side as you
 want.  Each figure
 can have its own caption if you wish.  Each caption
 will be numbered
 and appear in the list of figures (if you use that
 list)
 
 This is very flexible.  One caption for everything,
 or several
 captions.  Each figure may be sized independently.
 And they
 don't all have to be graphichs, feel free to put
 anything in
 those minipages; text, graphichs, math, tables, . .
 .


I just tried this; a couple of observations/doubts:

i set up two minipages of width 30, the figures
overlap , so i add an \hfill ERT. this gets the
figures a bit more separated; However the individual
captions wrap too soon (each line of the individual
minipage captions are less than 12 characters, hardly
more than two words can stay in the same line). I try
to improve the situation increasing the width of the
minipages to 40, however now they are too big to be in
the same line. I go back to width 30 and add an
additional \hfill ERT, but again the graphic minipages
are in different lines.

How do you adjust these things to look like in the
books?

 cheers



Los mejores usados y las más tentadoras 
ofertas de 0km están en Yahoo! Autos.
Comprá o vendé tu auto en
http://autos.yahoo.com.ar


problem converting latex

2004-04-01 Thread Charlls Quarra

 I wrote an empty document with only the following
ERT:

\setlength\unitlength{1mm}
\begin{overpic}[scale=1.5]{test.eps}
\put(21,40){$\frac{1}{Y^{2}}$}
\end{overpic}


 It gives various cryptic errors: 
 
 'arithmetic overflow', '.eps is an unknown graphics
extension' and crazy stuff like that
 
 I exported to latex just out of curiosity to see
 what this thing is really doing behind scenes, which
got me the following:


%% LyX 1.3 created this file.  For more info, see
http://www.lyx.org/.
%% Do not edit unless you really know what you are
doing.
\documentclass[oneside,twocolumn,spanish]{scrbook}
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\usepackage[latin1]{inputenc}
\usepackage{fancyhdr}
\pagestyle{fancy}
\setcounter{secnumdepth}{3}
\setcounter{tocdepth}{3}
  
  
\makeatletter
%% User specified LaTeX
commands.
\usepackage{overpic}
  
  
  
  
\usepackage[small]{caption}
  
  
\usepackage{babel}

 PROBLEM LINE %%
[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
  %%


\makeatother
\begin{document}
\setlength\unitlength{1mm}
  
  
\begin{overpic}[scale=1.5]{/home/charles/thesis/figures/rules.eps}
  
  
\put[scale=1.5](21,40){$\frac{1}{Y^{2}}$}
  
  
\end{overpic}
\end{document}



 After i removed the %% PROBLEM LINE %%: 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] 

 the latex compiles nicely


 Im doing something wrong in the document, or im
missing some initializing? note that i already put in
the preample \usepackage{overpic}


 cheers




Los mejores usados y las más tentadoras 
ofertas de 0km están en Yahoo! Autos.
Comprá o vendé tu auto en
http://autos.yahoo.com.ar


Re: cite a bitex file in a float

2004-04-01 Thread Gareth Jenkins
Stephen Buonopane wrote:

Is it possible to cite in floats?
thx
derNette
   

If you mean in the caption of a float.
I have done this successfully with Lyx 1.3.4 on OSX.
I just used Insert Citation. Nothing special that I can remember.
 

It works for me too but have noticed things can get confused if you have 
a list of figures.
I think lyx doesn't always delete the old lof file and subsequent runs 
of latex cite items in the list of figures first, before the actual 
occurrence in the document. Closing lyx and reopening the file cures 
this problem.
I guess the original problem must have something to do with the bib file 
or bibstyle.

Gareth



Re: Two pictures side by side

2004-04-01 Thread roland schmitz
Hi Johan,

> One way of doing this is to put a table in the figure float and then one
> figure in each table cell.  Below each figure you can have a separate
> caption which will be shown in the list of figures.  This is different
> from the subfigure which does not show in the list of figures.

m shit. I already tried this (nearly). I remembered html, so i inserted
a table (one row two columns) an inside i tried to insert my figure floats.
This was no succsess.
Yes i want a separate caption for each picture, an a separate entry in the
list of figures.
I will check this as soon as posible.

Thank you

Roland

-- 
Mit freundlichem GrussYours sincerely

  Roland Schmitz

+++ NEU bei GMX und erstmalig in Deutschland: TÜV-geprüfter Virenschutz +++
100% Virenerkennung nach Wildlist. Infos: http://www.gmx.net/virenschutz



problem with hyperref and lyx

2004-04-01 Thread harmel
Hello

i have a problem with pdftex (miktex 2.4) and lyx 1.3.3 for win. I work
with a great document with more underdocuments, the heat from the
document is with roman cite numbers and the body with arabic numbers and
i have a bibtex-bibliography insert, when i run pdftex it works fine.
when i use the hyperref-package with the option colorlinks=true and the
pagebackref-function i become the following errormessages "pdfTex
warning (ext4) destination with the same identifier (name{page.3}) ha
[3".

what can i do, i need the function from hyperref

jojo



Re: cite a bitex file in a float

2004-04-01 Thread André Lingenfelser
On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 16:45:15 +0100
"Rob S" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> > 
> > Is it possible to cite in floats?
> 
> I use ERT for this.  Assuming you use natbib then for example in ERT:
> 
> \citep{whatever_your_key_is}
> 
> 
> This works for me
> 
> > thx
> > derNette
> 
> Rob S
> 
Ok it works now, problem was, that I used Pybliographic + havard.sty, but now Im doing 
it with natbib and lyx itself.
Thanks a lot mates,
André

Rob whats ERT ???
 



Re: cite a bitex file in a float

2004-04-01 Thread Angus Leeming
André Lingenfelser wrote:
> Rob whats ERT ???

Evil Red Text, a.k.a. raw LaTeX.

-- 
Angus



Re: hi

2004-04-01 Thread Пашев Игорь Николаевич
В сообщении от 1 Апрель 2004 08:50 Pedro написал(a):
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Re: stacking of figures at the end of the document

2004-04-01 Thread Stephen Buonopane
> Im writing a bit big AMS unnumbered article (~20
> pages), and figures arent distributed among the
> document, but they tend to stack at the end of it. I
> would like that at least, figures belonging to a
> section enviroment will not  be displayed further than
> the end of the section (ie: that i wont have figures
> of previous sections in another section)

In ERT use \clearpage
This will force LaTeX to empty its buffer of all the floats it is "waiting"
to place.

 



Re: Two pictures side by side

2004-04-01 Thread Helge Hafting
roland schmitz wrote:
Hi Johan,


One way of doing this is to put a table in the figure float and then one
figure in each table cell.  Below each figure you can have a separate
caption which will be shown in the list of figures.  This is different
from the subfigure which does not show in the list of figures.


m shit. I already tried this (nearly). I remembered html, so i inserted
a table (one row two columns) an inside i tried to insert my figure floats.
This was no succsess.
Yes i want a separate caption for each picture, an a separate entry in the
list of figures.
I will check this as soon as posible.
You don't have to use a table (with lines or the hassle of turning
all the lines off) It can be nice if you want a table of figures though.
This is how I dd this in my book:
1. Create a figure float
2. Insert as many minipages inside that float as necessary. Make sure
   that the påaragraph type inside the float is "standard", not "caption" !
3. Adjust minipages to proper size (so several will fit on a line), 
  add hfills between them for nice spacing if necessary
4. Insert one figure in each minipage.
5. Press enter after the figure inside, to get a new paragraph.
  Make that new paragraph a "caption". Repeat for each figure
6. Type in whatever text you want in the captions.

This allows as many figures side by side as you want.  Each figure
can have its own caption if you wish.  Each caption will be numbered
and appear in the list of figures (if you use that list)
This is very flexible.  One caption for everything, or several
captions.  Each figure may be sized independently. And they
don't all have to be graphichs, feel free to put anything in
those minipages; text, graphichs, math, tables, . . .
Helge Hafting



inquiry/problem/new user

2004-04-01 Thread a.garcia
I am completely new to lyx... so sorry if my question is 
too newby. I am trying to write a document in Lyx, I 
inserted a TOC, and have some paragraphs. The TOC displays 
ok, but when I try to create a pdf of the lyx file it 
gives me an error msg. It is:

Undefined control sequence.
 ...oduction and Motivation\tableofcontents{}}
The control sequence at the end of the top line
of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have
misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct
spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,
and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.
I do not know what to do... sorry but have no idea. What 
am I doing wrong?  


Re: inquiry/problem/new user

2004-04-01 Thread Rich Shepard
On Fri, 2 Apr 2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> I am completely new to lyx... so sorry if my question is too newby. I am
> trying to write a document in Lyx, I inserted a TOC, and have some
> paragraphs. The TOC displays ok, but when I try to create a pdf of the lyx
> file it gives me an error msg. It is:

  What document type? Book? Do you have the grey box with the
"TableofContents" label in the center of the page (horizontally)? You write
that it "displays"; where and under what circumstances? How are you
generating the pdf output?

  Curious minds want to know.

Rich

-- 
Dr. Richard B. Shepard, President
Applied Ecosystem Services, Inc. (TM)



Re: inquiry/problem/new user

2004-04-01 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Fri, Apr 02, 2004 at 12:21:37AM +1000, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> I am completely new to lyx... so sorry if my question is 
> too newby. I am trying to write a document in Lyx, I 
> inserted a TOC, and have some paragraphs. The TOC displays 
> ok, but when I try to create a pdf of the lyx file it 
> gives me an error msg. It is:
> 
> Undefined control sequence.
>  ...oduction and Motivation\tableofcontents{}}

This looks as if you put the TOC into a section heading or similar.
Put it into a paragaph with 'Standard' layout and re-try.

Andre'


Avoid Hyphenation with Lyx

2004-04-01 Thread Manfred Hainer
How do I avoid hyphenation of a word which already contains a hyphen?
A word containing a hyphen, like  P-Tracker  should never be hyphenated.
With Tex it is sufficient to write   P"~Tracker   -  which will result in 
P-Tracker on the printed document and it will never be divided at the end of 
a line.
In other words, how to avoid:   P-
Tracker   ?
How do I accomplish this with Lyx?
-- 
Beste Gruesse / Kind Regards
Manfred Hainer
D-36341 Lauterbach
Am Zickmantel 16


Re: Two pictures side by side

2004-04-01 Thread Charlls Quarra
 --- Helge Hafting <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > 
> 
> This is how I dd this in my book:
> 1. Create a figure float
> 2. Insert as many minipages inside that float as
> necessary. Make sure
> that the påaragraph type inside the float is
> "standard", not "caption" !
> 3. Adjust minipages to proper size (so several will
> fit on a line), 
>add hfills between them for nice spacing if
> necessary
> 4. Insert one figure in each minipage.
> 5. Press enter after the figure inside, to get a new
> paragraph.
>Make that new paragraph a "caption". Repeat for
> each figure
> 6. Type in whatever text you want in the captions.
> 
> This allows as many figures side by side as you
> want.  Each figure
> can have its own caption if you wish.  Each caption
> will be numbered
> and appear in the list of figures (if you use that
> list)
> 
> This is very flexible.  One caption for everything,
> or several
> captions.  Each figure may be sized independently.
> And they
> don't all have to be graphichs, feel free to put
> anything in
> those minipages; text, graphichs, math, tables, . .
> .


I just tried this; a couple of observations/doubts:

i set up two minipages of width 30, the figures
overlap , so i add an \hfill ERT. this gets the
figures a bit more separated; However the individual
captions wrap too soon (each line of the individual
minipage captions are less than 12 characters, hardly
more than two words can stay in the same line). I try
to improve the situation increasing the width of the
minipages to 40, however now they are too big to be in
the same line. I go back to width 30 and add an
additional \hfill ERT, but again the graphic minipages
are in different lines.

How do you adjust these things to look like in the
books?

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problem converting latex

2004-04-01 Thread Charlls Quarra

 I wrote an empty document with only the following
ERT:

\setlength\unitlength{1mm}
\begin{overpic}[scale=1.5]{test.eps}
\put(21,40){$\frac{1}{Y^{2}}$}
\end{overpic}


 It gives various cryptic errors: 
 
 'arithmetic overflow', '.eps is an unknown graphics
extension' and crazy stuff like that
 
 I exported to latex just out of curiosity to see
 what this thing is really doing behind scenes, which
got me the following:


%% LyX 1.3 created this file.  For more info, see
http://www.lyx.org/.
%% Do not edit unless you really know what you are
doing.
\documentclass[oneside,twocolumn,spanish]{scrbook}
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\usepackage[latin1]{inputenc}
\usepackage{fancyhdr}
\pagestyle{fancy}
\setcounter{secnumdepth}{3}
\setcounter{tocdepth}{3}
  
  
\makeatletter
%% User specified LaTeX
commands.
\usepackage{overpic}
  
  
  
  
\usepackage[small]{caption}
  
  
\usepackage{babel}

 PROBLEM LINE %%
[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
  %%


\makeatother
\begin{document}
\setlength\unitlength{1mm}
  
  
\begin{overpic}[scale=1.5]{/home/charles/thesis/figures/rules.eps}
  
  
\put[scale=1.5](21,40){$\frac{1}{Y^{2}}$}
  
  
\end{overpic}
\end{document}



 After i removed the %% PROBLEM LINE %%: 
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 the latex compiles nicely


 Im doing something wrong in the document, or im
missing some initializing? note that i already put in
the preample \usepackage{overpic}


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