Re: Beamer: enumerate on 2 slides

2008-02-10 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Paul A. Rubin wrote:
 You will also need \setcounter{enumi}{3} in the same ERT box; otherwise
 you'll get

 3.
 1.

 on the second slide (I think).

Ah yes. I forgot.

Jürgen


Re: Translation problems with AMS

2008-02-10 Thread Dominik Böhm
I finally solved it:

\newtheorem{my_exa}[thm]{Beispiel}
\renewenvironment{example}{\begin{my_exa}}{\end{my_exa}}

Using the right counter (thm) did the trick.

Best regards
Dominik


Re: LyX on Windows Vista

2008-02-10 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Julio Rojas schrieb:


Following what was said on:
http://www.mail-archive.com/lyx-users@lists.lyx.org/msg57937.html

I decided to use pdfview.exe instead of pdfviewwin.exe. It works fine,


Yes, but this checks in the background every 20 Milliseconds of the PDF was updated. So with this 
program your notebokk can never go to sleep mode to save battery power.



but there's the nagging problem of UAC always asking me for confirmation to
run pdfview.exe, as it is not registered.


Because a wrong file permission flag is set. A Vista user contacted me about that and the 
pdfviewwin.exe is the result of our work. Unfortunately I cannot tell you what is wrong in the code 
of the pdfview.exe.


regards Uwe


Re: cannot find styles (ms-windows)

2008-02-10 Thread Pol
Uwe Stöhr wrote:

 - set in MiKTeX's settings program that you find in the start menu the
 option instal missing packages on the fly to yes
 - open an internet connection
 - reconfigure LyX
 
 This will install all packages neded by LyX from the internet. Finally
 
 - run MiKTeX's update program that you find in the start menu


Running MikTex update did the trick - thank you
--
Pol






Re: LyX on Windows Vista

2008-02-10 Thread Joost Verburg

Uwe Stöhr wrote:
I decided to use pdfview.exe instead of pdfviewwin.exe. It works 
fine,


Yes, but this checks in the background every 20 Milliseconds of the PDF 
was updated. So with this program your notebokk can never go to sleep 
mode to save battery power.


It only checks once every 500 milliseconds. This does not interfere with 
the sleep mode of a notebook. There are many applications that have some 
background activity. The sleep mode timers are based on user activity.


but there's the nagging problem of UAC always asking me for 
confirmation to

run pdfview.exe, as it is not registered.


Because a wrong file permission flag is set. A Vista user contacted me 
about that and the pdfviewwin.exe is the result of our work. 
Unfortunately I cannot tell you what is wrong in the code of the 
pdfview.exe.


This problem has already been fixed a long time ago. I have no problems 
on Windows Vista (with UAC enabled).


Are you sure your pdfview.exe is the most recent one (included in the 
official installer)?


Joost



Re: LyX on Windows Vista

2008-02-10 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Julio Rojas schrieb:


It seems there's a problem in the path to the default PDF viewer. If I added
the full path to Acrobat Reader in the file format configuration as follows:

c:\PROGRA~1\Adobe\READER~1.0\Reader\acrord32.exe

after rendering the PDF, the reader is run but gets hung with about 49% of
the processor used. Then if I add quotation marks to the path like:

c:\PROGRA~1\Adobe\READER~1.0\Reader\acrord32.exe

it works just fine, but when I close and reload LyX, the path is moved to
the editor field (instead of the viewer field), check marks for the document
format and the vectorial graphic format are cleared and both quotation marks
are put at the end of the path, rendering the document format unusable (and,
of course, it doesn't get shown in the View menu):

c:\PROGRA~1\Adobe\READER~1.0\Reader\acrord32.exe


I reported this now:
http://bugzilla.lyx.org/show_bug.cgi?id=4543

regards Uwe


Re: LyX on Windows Vista

2008-02-10 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Joost Verburg schrieb:

 This does not interfere with
the sleep mode of a notebook. There are many applications that have some 
background activity. The sleep mode timers are based on user activity.


I don't hae a notebook. I only know that we got complaints about this behaviour 
some time ago.

but there's the nagging problem of UAC always asking me for 
confirmation to

run pdfview.exe, as it is not registered.


This problem has already been fixed a long time ago. I have no problems 
on Windows Vista (with UAC enabled).


This problem is real as this is reported from time to time.

regards Uwe


visual cursor mode (Bidi)

2008-02-10 Thread Dov Feldstern

Hi!

I've just committed to 1.6.0svn a series of patches which add the option 
of visual mode for bidi cursor movement. This patch series is *not* 
going to be ported back to 1.5.x, that would be too complicated at this 
point. And as 1.6.0 is nearing (?) an alpha release, I hope this won't 
be too troublesome.


I'd be happy to get some feedback about this from anyone who is capable 
of compiling from svn and is interested in testing this out. I'm sure 
that there are some tweaks that will be necessary. Also, there were a 
few issues which were discussed some months ago, and which I felt could 
be better addressed once visual mode was implemented (e.g., behavior of 
spaces at RTL/LTR boundaries, etc.). Finally, there are some specific 
issues which are directly related to visual mode, which have not been 
implemented yet, and which I hope to complete:


*) ctrl-LEFT and ctrl-RIGHT (word-at-a-time movement), HOME and END keys
*) switching between RTL and LTR languages at an RTL/LTR border 
sometimes causes the cursor to jump; I consider that behavior acceptable 
for logical mode, but not in visual mode
*) tables and matrices (and multiline math in general) have not been 
tested, and I'm also not sure what the correct behavior should be in all 
these cases


So, again, I'd be happy to get any feedback, and if there are problems, 
it would be great if a minimal LyX document which shows the anomalous 
behavior could be attached.


Dov


Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-02-10 Thread saul

Dear Lyx people,

I have two problems and hope you can help. I'm using Lyx 1.5.2, in  
Windows Vista, together with Jabref 2.3, to write my doctorate thesis  
(book style).


1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main  
body of text are in the wrong order. The first reference stated comes  
up as [145] and not [1], while the second is [76], not [2]. This  
occurs throughout the entire document, in a nons equential psuedo  
random manner!


2) in each chapter, some of the figures appear in the correct place  
(as floats, with local float settings set to 'use default placment',  
and the default option in 'documents settings' set to 'top of page'),  
however, a lot of the figures end up in a group at the end of the  
chapter, even with the same settings, and even if I change them to be  
'here definitely'.


Any help is much appreciated!!

Thanks.

Saul




Re: Disable the hyphenation

2008-02-10 Thread Richard Heck

Aitor Valle wrote:

Hello everyone,

I'm running LyX 1.5.3 in Ubuntu Gutsy. Now I'm previewing a text I've
written in basque, but LaTeX does not make the right separation of
syllables. Do you know how to disable the hyphenation?

  
I don't know how to do that...but are you sure the language is set 
correctly in the LaTeX document?


rh



Re: Disable the hyphenation

2008-02-10 Thread David Romano
I'm new to LyX, but I think that if you go to Documents - Settings - 
LaTeX Preamble and type


\usepackage[basque]{babel}

it might work.

-David Romano

On Sun, 10 Feb 2008, Richard Heck wrote:


Aitor Valle wrote:

Hello everyone,

I'm running LyX 1.5.3 in Ubuntu Gutsy. Now I'm previewing a text I've
written in basque, but LaTeX does not make the right separation of
syllables. Do you know how to disable the hyphenation?


I don't know how to do that...but are you sure the language is set correctly 
in the LaTeX document?


rh



Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-02-10 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main  
 body of text are in the wrong order. The first reference stated comes  
 up as [145] and not [1], while the second is [76], not [2]. This  
 occurs throughout the entire document, in a nons equential psuedo  
 random manner!

The numbers refer to an _alphabetically_ sorted bibliography, not to the order 
of appearance in the text, unless you are using an unsrt style.

Jürgen


Re: Beamer: enumerate on 2 slides

2008-02-10 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Paul A. Rubin wrote:
 You will also need \setcounter{enumi}{3} in the same ERT box; otherwise
 you'll get

 3.
 1.

 on the second slide (I think).

Ah yes. I forgot.

Jürgen


Re: Translation problems with AMS

2008-02-10 Thread Dominik Böhm
I finally solved it:

\newtheorem{my_exa}[thm]{Beispiel}
\renewenvironment{example}{\begin{my_exa}}{\end{my_exa}}

Using the right counter (thm) did the trick.

Best regards
Dominik


Re: LyX on Windows Vista

2008-02-10 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Julio Rojas schrieb:


Following what was said on:
http://www.mail-archive.com/lyx-users@lists.lyx.org/msg57937.html

I decided to use pdfview.exe instead of pdfviewwin.exe. It works fine,


Yes, but this checks in the background every 20 Milliseconds of the PDF was updated. So with this 
program your notebokk can never go to sleep mode to save battery power.



but there's the nagging problem of UAC always asking me for confirmation to
run pdfview.exe, as it is not registered.


Because a wrong file permission flag is set. A Vista user contacted me about that and the 
pdfviewwin.exe is the result of our work. Unfortunately I cannot tell you what is wrong in the code 
of the pdfview.exe.


regards Uwe


Re: cannot find styles (ms-windows)

2008-02-10 Thread Pol
Uwe Stöhr wrote:

 - set in MiKTeX's settings program that you find in the start menu the
 option instal missing packages on the fly to yes
 - open an internet connection
 - reconfigure LyX
 
 This will install all packages neded by LyX from the internet. Finally
 
 - run MiKTeX's update program that you find in the start menu


Running MikTex update did the trick - thank you
--
Pol






Re: LyX on Windows Vista

2008-02-10 Thread Joost Verburg

Uwe Stöhr wrote:
I decided to use pdfview.exe instead of pdfviewwin.exe. It works 
fine,


Yes, but this checks in the background every 20 Milliseconds of the PDF 
was updated. So with this program your notebokk can never go to sleep 
mode to save battery power.


It only checks once every 500 milliseconds. This does not interfere with 
the sleep mode of a notebook. There are many applications that have some 
background activity. The sleep mode timers are based on user activity.


but there's the nagging problem of UAC always asking me for 
confirmation to

run pdfview.exe, as it is not registered.


Because a wrong file permission flag is set. A Vista user contacted me 
about that and the pdfviewwin.exe is the result of our work. 
Unfortunately I cannot tell you what is wrong in the code of the 
pdfview.exe.


This problem has already been fixed a long time ago. I have no problems 
on Windows Vista (with UAC enabled).


Are you sure your pdfview.exe is the most recent one (included in the 
official installer)?


Joost



Re: LyX on Windows Vista

2008-02-10 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Julio Rojas schrieb:


It seems there's a problem in the path to the default PDF viewer. If I added
the full path to Acrobat Reader in the file format configuration as follows:

c:\PROGRA~1\Adobe\READER~1.0\Reader\acrord32.exe

after rendering the PDF, the reader is run but gets hung with about 49% of
the processor used. Then if I add quotation marks to the path like:

c:\PROGRA~1\Adobe\READER~1.0\Reader\acrord32.exe

it works just fine, but when I close and reload LyX, the path is moved to
the editor field (instead of the viewer field), check marks for the document
format and the vectorial graphic format are cleared and both quotation marks
are put at the end of the path, rendering the document format unusable (and,
of course, it doesn't get shown in the View menu):

c:\PROGRA~1\Adobe\READER~1.0\Reader\acrord32.exe


I reported this now:
http://bugzilla.lyx.org/show_bug.cgi?id=4543

regards Uwe


Re: LyX on Windows Vista

2008-02-10 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Joost Verburg schrieb:

 This does not interfere with
the sleep mode of a notebook. There are many applications that have some 
background activity. The sleep mode timers are based on user activity.


I don't hae a notebook. I only know that we got complaints about this behaviour 
some time ago.

but there's the nagging problem of UAC always asking me for 
confirmation to

run pdfview.exe, as it is not registered.


This problem has already been fixed a long time ago. I have no problems 
on Windows Vista (with UAC enabled).


This problem is real as this is reported from time to time.

regards Uwe


visual cursor mode (Bidi)

2008-02-10 Thread Dov Feldstern

Hi!

I've just committed to 1.6.0svn a series of patches which add the option 
of visual mode for bidi cursor movement. This patch series is *not* 
going to be ported back to 1.5.x, that would be too complicated at this 
point. And as 1.6.0 is nearing (?) an alpha release, I hope this won't 
be too troublesome.


I'd be happy to get some feedback about this from anyone who is capable 
of compiling from svn and is interested in testing this out. I'm sure 
that there are some tweaks that will be necessary. Also, there were a 
few issues which were discussed some months ago, and which I felt could 
be better addressed once visual mode was implemented (e.g., behavior of 
spaces at RTL/LTR boundaries, etc.). Finally, there are some specific 
issues which are directly related to visual mode, which have not been 
implemented yet, and which I hope to complete:


*) ctrl-LEFT and ctrl-RIGHT (word-at-a-time movement), HOME and END keys
*) switching between RTL and LTR languages at an RTL/LTR border 
sometimes causes the cursor to jump; I consider that behavior acceptable 
for logical mode, but not in visual mode
*) tables and matrices (and multiline math in general) have not been 
tested, and I'm also not sure what the correct behavior should be in all 
these cases


So, again, I'd be happy to get any feedback, and if there are problems, 
it would be great if a minimal LyX document which shows the anomalous 
behavior could be attached.


Dov


Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-02-10 Thread saul

Dear Lyx people,

I have two problems and hope you can help. I'm using Lyx 1.5.2, in  
Windows Vista, together with Jabref 2.3, to write my doctorate thesis  
(book style).


1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main  
body of text are in the wrong order. The first reference stated comes  
up as [145] and not [1], while the second is [76], not [2]. This  
occurs throughout the entire document, in a nons equential psuedo  
random manner!


2) in each chapter, some of the figures appear in the correct place  
(as floats, with local float settings set to 'use default placment',  
and the default option in 'documents settings' set to 'top of page'),  
however, a lot of the figures end up in a group at the end of the  
chapter, even with the same settings, and even if I change them to be  
'here definitely'.


Any help is much appreciated!!

Thanks.

Saul




Re: Disable the hyphenation

2008-02-10 Thread Richard Heck

Aitor Valle wrote:

Hello everyone,

I'm running LyX 1.5.3 in Ubuntu Gutsy. Now I'm previewing a text I've
written in basque, but LaTeX does not make the right separation of
syllables. Do you know how to disable the hyphenation?

  
I don't know how to do that...but are you sure the language is set 
correctly in the LaTeX document?


rh



Re: Disable the hyphenation

2008-02-10 Thread David Romano
I'm new to LyX, but I think that if you go to Documents - Settings - 
LaTeX Preamble and type


\usepackage[basque]{babel}

it might work.

-David Romano

On Sun, 10 Feb 2008, Richard Heck wrote:


Aitor Valle wrote:

Hello everyone,

I'm running LyX 1.5.3 in Ubuntu Gutsy. Now I'm previewing a text I've
written in basque, but LaTeX does not make the right separation of
syllables. Do you know how to disable the hyphenation?


I don't know how to do that...but are you sure the language is set correctly 
in the LaTeX document?


rh



Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-02-10 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main  
 body of text are in the wrong order. The first reference stated comes  
 up as [145] and not [1], while the second is [76], not [2]. This  
 occurs throughout the entire document, in a nons equential psuedo  
 random manner!

The numbers refer to an _alphabetically_ sorted bibliography, not to the order 
of appearance in the text, unless you are using an unsrt style.

Jürgen


Re: Beamer: enumerate on 2 slides

2008-02-10 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Paul A. Rubin wrote:
> You will also need \setcounter{enumi}{3} in the same ERT box; otherwise
> you'll get
>
> 3.
> 1.
>
> on the second slide (I think).

Ah yes. I forgot.

Jürgen


Re: Translation problems with AMS

2008-02-10 Thread Dominik Böhm
I finally solved it:

\newtheorem{my_exa}[thm]{Beispiel}
\renewenvironment{example}{\begin{my_exa}}{\end{my_exa}}

Using the right counter (thm) did the trick.

Best regards
Dominik


Re: LyX on Windows Vista

2008-02-10 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Julio Rojas schrieb:


Following what was said on:
http://www.mail-archive.com/lyx-users@lists.lyx.org/msg57937.html

I decided to use "pdfview.exe" instead of "pdfviewwin.exe". It works fine,


Yes, but this checks in the background every 20 Milliseconds of the PDF was updated. So with this 
program your notebokk can never go to sleep mode to save battery power.



but there's the nagging problem of UAC always asking me for confirmation to
run pdfview.exe, as it is not registered.


Because a wrong file permission flag is set. A Vista user contacted me about that and the 
pdfviewwin.exe is the result of our work. Unfortunately I cannot tell you what is wrong in the code 
of the pdfview.exe.


regards Uwe


Re: cannot find styles (ms-windows)

2008-02-10 Thread Pol
Uwe Stöhr wrote:

> - set in MiKTeX's settings program that you find in the start menu the
> option "instal missing packages on the fly" to "yes"
> - open an internet connection
> - reconfigure LyX
> 
> This will install all packages neded by LyX from the internet. Finally
> 
> - run MiKTeX's update program that you find in the start menu


Running MikTex update did the trick - thank you
--
Pol






Re: LyX on Windows Vista

2008-02-10 Thread Joost Verburg

Uwe Stöhr wrote:
I decided to use "pdfview.exe" instead of "pdfviewwin.exe". It works 
fine,


Yes, but this checks in the background every 20 Milliseconds of the PDF 
was updated. So with this program your notebokk can never go to sleep 
mode to save battery power.


It only checks once every 500 milliseconds. This does not interfere with 
the sleep mode of a notebook. There are many applications that have some 
background activity. The sleep mode timers are based on user activity.


but there's the nagging problem of UAC always asking me for 
confirmation to

run pdfview.exe, as it is not registered.


Because a wrong file permission flag is set. A Vista user contacted me 
about that and the pdfviewwin.exe is the result of our work. 
Unfortunately I cannot tell you what is wrong in the code of the 
pdfview.exe.


This problem has already been fixed a long time ago. I have no problems 
on Windows Vista (with UAC enabled).


Are you sure your pdfview.exe is the most recent one (included in the 
official installer)?


Joost



Re: LyX on Windows Vista

2008-02-10 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Julio Rojas schrieb:


It seems there's a problem in the path to the default PDF viewer. If I added
the full path to Acrobat Reader in the file format configuration as follows:

c:\PROGRA~1\Adobe\READER~1.0\Reader\acrord32.exe

after rendering the PDF, the reader is run but gets hung with about 49% of
the processor used. Then if I add quotation marks to the path like:

"c:\PROGRA~1\Adobe\READER~1.0\Reader\acrord32.exe"

it works just fine, but when I close and reload LyX, the path is moved to
the editor field (instead of the viewer field), check marks for the document
format and the vectorial graphic format are cleared and both quotation marks
are put at the end of the path, rendering the document format unusable (and,
of course, it doesn't get shown in the "View" menu):

c:\PROGRA~1\Adobe\READER~1.0\Reader\acrord32.exe""


I reported this now:
http://bugzilla.lyx.org/show_bug.cgi?id=4543

regards Uwe


Re: LyX on Windows Vista

2008-02-10 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Joost Verburg schrieb:

> This does not interfere with
the sleep mode of a notebook. There are many applications that have some 
background activity. The sleep mode timers are based on user activity.


I don't hae a notebook. I only know that we got complaints about this behaviour 
some time ago.

but there's the nagging problem of UAC always asking me for 
confirmation to

run pdfview.exe, as it is not registered.


This problem has already been fixed a long time ago. I have no problems 
on Windows Vista (with UAC enabled).


This problem is real as this is reported from time to time.

regards Uwe


visual cursor mode (Bidi)

2008-02-10 Thread Dov Feldstern

Hi!

I've just committed to 1.6.0svn a series of patches which add the option 
of "visual mode" for bidi cursor movement. This patch series is *not* 
going to be ported back to 1.5.x, that would be too complicated at this 
point. And as 1.6.0 is nearing (?) an alpha release, I hope this won't 
be too troublesome.


I'd be happy to get some feedback about this from anyone who is capable 
of compiling from svn and is interested in testing this out. I'm sure 
that there are some tweaks that will be necessary. Also, there were a 
few issues which were discussed some months ago, and which I felt could 
be better addressed once visual mode was implemented (e.g., behavior of 
spaces at RTL/LTR boundaries, etc.). Finally, there are some specific 
issues which are directly related to visual mode, which have not been 
implemented yet, and which I hope to complete:


*) ctrl-LEFT and ctrl-RIGHT (word-at-a-time movement), HOME and END keys
*) switching between RTL and LTR languages at an RTL/LTR border 
sometimes causes the cursor to jump; I consider that behavior acceptable 
for logical mode, but not in visual mode
*) tables and matrices (and multiline math in general) have not been 
tested, and I'm also not sure what the correct behavior should be in all 
these cases


So, again, I'd be happy to get any feedback, and if there are problems, 
it would be great if a minimal LyX document which shows the anomalous 
behavior could be attached.


Dov


Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-02-10 Thread saul

Dear Lyx people,

I have two problems and hope you can help. I'm using Lyx 1.5.2, in  
Windows Vista, together with Jabref 2.3, to write my doctorate thesis  
(book style).


1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main  
body of text are in the wrong order. The first reference stated comes  
up as [145] and not [1], while the second is [76], not [2]. This  
occurs throughout the entire document, in a nons equential psuedo  
random manner!


2) in each chapter, some of the figures appear in the correct place  
(as floats, with local float settings set to 'use default placment',  
and the default option in 'documents settings' set to 'top of page'),  
however, a lot of the figures end up in a group at the end of the  
chapter, even with the same settings, and even if I change them to be  
'here definitely'.


Any help is much appreciated!!

Thanks.

Saul




Re: Disable the hyphenation

2008-02-10 Thread Richard Heck

Aitor Valle wrote:

Hello everyone,

I'm running LyX 1.5.3 in Ubuntu Gutsy. Now I'm previewing a text I've
written in basque, but LaTeX does not make the right separation of
syllables. Do you know how to disable the hyphenation?

  
I don't know how to do that...but are you sure the language is set 
correctly in the LaTeX document?


rh



Re: Disable the hyphenation

2008-02-10 Thread David Romano
I'm new to LyX, but I think that if you go to Documents -> Settings -> 
LaTeX Preamble and type


\usepackage[basque]{babel}

it might work.

-David Romano

On Sun, 10 Feb 2008, Richard Heck wrote:


Aitor Valle wrote:

Hello everyone,

I'm running LyX 1.5.3 in Ubuntu Gutsy. Now I'm previewing a text I've
written in basque, but LaTeX does not make the right separation of
syllables. Do you know how to disable the hyphenation?


I don't know how to do that...but are you sure the language is set correctly 
in the LaTeX document?


rh



Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-02-10 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> 1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main  
> body of text are in the wrong order. The first reference stated comes  
> up as [145] and not [1], while the second is [76], not [2]. This  
> occurs throughout the entire document, in a nons equential psuedo  
> random manner!

The numbers refer to an _alphabetically_ sorted bibliography, not to the order 
of appearance in the text, unless you are using an unsrt style.

Jürgen