Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Allen L. Barker
I have often used fig2ps (from sourceforge) to transform .fig files to .eps and then include the resulting eps file in LyX. (I don't remember what started me doing this; there was a problem of complexity in my figure a few years ago and this provided the solution.) It is possible to force

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Abdelrazak Younes
Allen L. Barker wrote: I have often used fig2ps (from sourceforge) to transform .fig files to .eps and then include the resulting eps file in LyX. (I don't remember what started me doing this; there was a problem of complexity in my figure a few years ago and this provided the

Re: New letter example using Koma-Script

2008-07-11 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Thu, 10 Jul 2008, Jean-Marie Pacquet wrote: Christian Ridderström a écrit : Hi, Thanks to Rich Shepard, I've put up an example of how to do a 'business'-like letter with Koma-Script using LyX here: http://wiki.lyx.org/Examples/KomaLetter2 Feel free to use it as you like, and if

Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Allen L. Barker
Could somebody kindly point me to an understandable explanation of how to use xfig produced figures in LyX? Help file Userguide tells me to check for detailed explanation under ImbeddedObjects but there I can´t find any detailed explanation. Just FYI, here is my current preferred method,

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Allen L. Barker
Yes xifg previewing can already been done thanks to fig2dev which is part of the xfig program. Just use the external material inset (Inset-File-External Material) and choose XFig in the combo. In the display tab, select 'preview'. I think you are missing my point. Yes, I agree with you

Package options override

2008-07-11 Thread Sebastian Rohrer
Hi, I want to use the achemso package for the formatting of my bibliography. (http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/achemso/) This package provides citation styles compliant with the rules of the journals of the American Chemical Society (ACS). I need a specific options,

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Abdelrazak Younes
Allen L. Barker wrote: Yes xifg previewing can already been done thanks to fig2dev which is part of the xfig program. Just use the external material inset (Inset-File-External Material) and choose XFig in the combo. In the display tab, select 'preview'. I think you are missing my point.

Re: New letter example using Koma-Script

2008-07-11 Thread Jean-Marie Pacquet
Christian Ridderström a écrit : But I don't understand French, so would you mind adding a translation of your text to the wiki page? I've prepared a place for the translation, and we can keep your original french text below the english text. If you like, I can proof read the english

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Allen L. Barker
Yes, if you mark the text field as LateX in xfig the equation will be latex compiled and previewed on LyX screen. At least it works in 1.6, maybe there's a bug in 1.5... You need the instant-preview package and dvipng installed for this to work. Are these packages installed by default in

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Abdelrazak Younes
Allen L. Barker wrote: Yes, if you mark the text field as LateX in xfig the equation will be latex compiled and previewed on LyX screen. At least it works in 1.6, maybe there's a bug in 1.5... You need the instant-preview package and dvipng installed for this to work. Are these packages

pagenumbering

2008-07-11 Thread assasukasse
Hi all i am paginating my thesis with lyx, i divided the document into many child documents and made a page called Thesis which joins together (by putting add child document one after the other). Now, while the first pages, which uses roman numbering show correct placement of the number (on

Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread vascoosx
I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell me how to change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style. Thank you Jürgen Spitzmüller-2 wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main   body of text are in the

Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
vascoosx wrote: I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell me how to change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style. chose and unsrt bibliography style (right-click on the grey BibTeX box and select a style from the lower drop down box). Jürgen

Re: Bullet distance

2008-07-11 Thread Paul A. Rubin
snvv wrote: Hello Is it possible to increase the space between a bullet and the text that follows? Thank you snvv If you want to do this globally (all bullets, all levels of the document, try the following in your preamble: \addtolength{\leftmargini}{3ex} \addtolength{\labelsep}{3ex}

Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread James Sutherland
On Jul 11, 2008, at 9:21 AM, vascoosx wrote: I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell me how to change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style. Insert-List/TOC - BibTeX Bibliography Choose unsrt from the drop-down menu in the bibliography dialog box. James

Re: Inserting code

2008-07-11 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 03:39:54PM -0700, Ivica1009 wrote: In my thesis I need to use a lot of C++ code. I am developing code in Eclipse CDT text editor. If I copy my code, for example, into the OpenOffice documet, the code preserves its format and colors. [I never thought of code having a

MikTeX 2.7 update warning

2008-07-11 Thread Tom Schlangen
Hi Lyx/Win Users, please be aware that updating MiKTeX 2.7 to current patchlevel as present in its repositories since 09. July will leave you with a broken backend - you will not be able to get any output - not even from the LyX help files. Tried on 3 different XP machines. LyX/Latex error

Re: MikTeX 2.7 update warning

2008-07-11 Thread Dominik Waßenhoven
Tom Schlangen wrote: Hi Lyx/Win Users, please be aware that updating MiKTeX 2.7 to current patchlevel as present in its repositories since 09. July will leave you with a broken backend - you will not be able to get any output - not even from the LyX help files. Tried on 3 different XP

Re: MikTeX 2.7 update warning

2008-07-11 Thread Tom Schlangen
Dear Dominik, You just have to rebuild the formats[1], since some language specific definitions have changed. Then everything should be working fine again. [1] Button 'Update Formats' in 'Miktex Settings' dialog. This works - thank you! Regards, Tom Schlangen -- mailto:[EMAIL

Re: noindent for abstracts?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
That is already unchecked. The problem is that when I type the abstract its actually indented. But when I make I line break the next line starts a bit more to the left than the above abstract. Jürgen Spitzmüller-2 wrote: bigblop wrote: Use ERT (Insert-TeX code) \noindent before you type

Specify PDF viewer with space in filename?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
I use LyX 1.5.4 for winXP. I have installed adobe reader in: C:\Programmer\Adobe\Reader 8.0\Reader\AcroRd32.exe I need to specify the whole path to the above file if I want to use it as the PDF previewer. But I get an error since there is a space in the foldername Reader 8.0. If I manually

Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
I have made a main.lyx file that includes a few child documents as input files. But when I am compiling a child document the whole document does not get updated. This means that each time I want to se the changes I have made I need to compile the main.lyx file which is rather annoying. Is there

Re: Specify PDF viewer with space in filename?

2008-07-11 Thread Paul A. Rubin
bigblop wrote: I use LyX 1.5.4 for winXP. I have installed adobe reader in: C:\Programmer\Adobe\Reader 8.0\Reader\AcroRd32.exe I need to specify the whole path to the above file if I want to use it as the PDF previewer. But I get an error since there is a space in the foldername Reader 8.0. If

Re: Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread James Sutherland
On Jul 11, 2008, at 2:07 PM, bigblop wrote: I have made a main.lyx file that includes a few child documents as input files. But when I am compiling a child document the whole document does not get updated. This means that each time I want to se the changes I have made I need to compile

interesting behaviour

2008-07-11 Thread assasukasse
I noticed an interesting behaviour: If i make a document with lyx in ubuntu hardy, the pdf that comes out is around 9Mb if i do in debian lenny, the pdf that comes out is 20Mb! of course both the sources are the same! what could cause this???

Re: Specify PDF viewer with space in filename?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
Have done as you recommended, I can see that the command Executing command acrord32.exe... is run but acroread does not open. If I press Ctrl-alt-delete I can see the acrord32.exe process and need to manualy terminate it if I want to run acroread from windows again. Paul A. Rubin wrote:

Re: Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
If I compile the child separately the references from my .bib file does not show (only appears as question marks). But based on your answer it seems that my wish is not possible - you say that I still have to manually skip to the main file to get the whole document updated (or even a child to

Re: interesting behaviour

2008-07-11 Thread John Coppens
On Fri, 11 Jul 2008 23:00:04 +0200 assasukasse [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I noticed an interesting behaviour: If i make a document with lyx in ubuntu hardy, the pdf that comes out is around 9Mb if i do in debian lenny, the pdf that comes out is 20Mb! of course both the sources are the same!

Re: Specify PDF viewer with space in filename?

2008-07-11 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Ok, I reproduced this on my machine and sorted it out. The problem is that LyX passes the path to the output file (sitting in your temporary buffer directory) as C:/whatever/whatever.pdf. Acrobat Reader is apparently too stupid to cope with the Unix style separators (/ rather than \), unlike

Re: Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread James Sutherland
On Jul 11, 2008, at 3:16 PM, bigblop wrote: If I compile the child separately the references from my .bib file does not show (only appears as question marks). But based on your answer it seems that my wish is not possible - you say that I still have to manually skip to the main file to

Re: Specify PDF viewer with space in filename?

2008-07-11 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Paul A. Rubin wrote: The easy solution is to put Acrobat Reader's directory on your system path and leave the viewer setting as 'auto' in LyX. Actually, I'm not even sure you need AR on the system path, as long as it's in the registry as the default viewer for PDFs. The 'auto' setting is

Re: New letter example using Koma-Script

2008-07-11 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Fri, 11 Jul 2008, Jean-Marie Pacquet wrote: Done! But feel free to proof read the english text! Thanks! If that parameter file for a nordic country was for Sweden, and you still have it, I wouldn't mind a copy. I should make a business letter for Sweden... /C -- Christian Ridderström,

Re: Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Fri, 11 Jul 2008, James Sutherland wrote: If I compile the child separately the references from my .bib file does not show (only appears as question marks). It can be done, but it's a bit more advanced and I'm not sure I remember how I did it. Perhaps I did it by using the preamble of the

Re: Specify PDF viewer with space in filename?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
Ah of course I used SumatraPDF.exe before. Know I have just choosen pdfview and I runs acroread. Thanks for the tip! BTW: It finally seems that acroread (8.1.2) automatically refreshes a changed PDF file! Before it just showed a corrupted file. Next update though is to keep it at the current

Re: Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
True.. cross references to other child documents will not work, only bibilography referenes. That only works if a bibliography section is also inserted in the child - which is not a good idea. -- View this message in context:

Re: Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
James Sutherland-4 wrote: On Jul 11, 2008, at 3:16 PM, bigblop wrote: If I compile the child separately the references from my .bib file does not show (only appears as question marks). But based on your answer it seems that my wish is not possible - you say that I still have

Getting started presentation

2008-07-11 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
As a new LyX user, I have no idea how to prepare presentation using LyX. How can I learn LyX for presentation, is there any documentation, Getting Started presentation document or tutorial to prepare presentation. In document class, presentation(Foiltex, beamer, powerdot, slide and seminar) are

Re: Inserting code

2008-07-11 Thread Ivica1009
have you tried listings environment? pavel Hi Pavel and Andre. I tried listing environment, but it does not function properly. It does not respect the structue of the code that I paste in, neither does it respect any of the settings that I choose after right clicking on the listing. I do not

txfonts integral sign replaced with intersection operator

2008-07-11 Thread Cristian Baltaretu
Hi, I am using Lyx 1.5.1 on Ubuntu Linux. I have a problem when trying to use the txfonts package: everything looks beautiful except that any integral sign (/int) is replaced in dvi and pdf output with a large intersection operator with a plus sign inside it. I have reproduced this error on

Re: Getting started presentation

2008-07-11 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Waluyo Adi Siswanto wrote: As a new LyX user, I have no idea how to prepare presentation using LyX. How can I learn LyX for presentation, is there any documentation, Getting Started presentation document or tutorial to prepare presentation. In document class, presentation(Foiltex, beamer,

Re: Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
bigblop wrote: Is there someway to compile the main.lyx file from a child document? If you have opened the child document from the master document (or after you have once processed the master), you can compile the master from the child with the command master-buffer-update pdf2 (for pdflatex,

Re: noindent for abstracts?

2008-07-11 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
bigblop wrote: That is already unchecked. The problem is that when I type the abstract its actually indented. But when I make I line break the next line starts a bit more to the left than the above abstract. Please post a minimal example file. Jürgen

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Allen L. Barker
I have often used fig2ps (from sourceforge) to transform .fig files to .eps and then include the resulting eps file in LyX. (I don't remember what started me doing this; there was a problem of complexity in my figure a few years ago and this provided the solution.) It is possible to force

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Abdelrazak Younes
Allen L. Barker wrote: I have often used fig2ps (from sourceforge) to transform .fig files to .eps and then include the resulting eps file in LyX. (I don't remember what started me doing this; there was a problem of complexity in my figure a few years ago and this provided the

Re: New letter example using Koma-Script

2008-07-11 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Thu, 10 Jul 2008, Jean-Marie Pacquet wrote: Christian Ridderström a écrit : Hi, Thanks to Rich Shepard, I've put up an example of how to do a 'business'-like letter with Koma-Script using LyX here: http://wiki.lyx.org/Examples/KomaLetter2 Feel free to use it as you like, and if

Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Allen L. Barker
Could somebody kindly point me to an understandable explanation of how to use xfig produced figures in LyX? Help file Userguide tells me to check for detailed explanation under ImbeddedObjects but there I can´t find any detailed explanation. Just FYI, here is my current preferred method,

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Allen L. Barker
Yes xifg previewing can already been done thanks to fig2dev which is part of the xfig program. Just use the external material inset (Inset-File-External Material) and choose XFig in the combo. In the display tab, select 'preview'. I think you are missing my point. Yes, I agree with you

Package options override

2008-07-11 Thread Sebastian Rohrer
Hi, I want to use the achemso package for the formatting of my bibliography. (http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/achemso/) This package provides citation styles compliant with the rules of the journals of the American Chemical Society (ACS). I need a specific options,

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Abdelrazak Younes
Allen L. Barker wrote: Yes xifg previewing can already been done thanks to fig2dev which is part of the xfig program. Just use the external material inset (Inset-File-External Material) and choose XFig in the combo. In the display tab, select 'preview'. I think you are missing my point.

Re: New letter example using Koma-Script

2008-07-11 Thread Jean-Marie Pacquet
Christian Ridderström a écrit : But I don't understand French, so would you mind adding a translation of your text to the wiki page? I've prepared a place for the translation, and we can keep your original french text below the english text. If you like, I can proof read the english

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Allen L. Barker
Yes, if you mark the text field as LateX in xfig the equation will be latex compiled and previewed on LyX screen. At least it works in 1.6, maybe there's a bug in 1.5... You need the instant-preview package and dvipng installed for this to work. Are these packages installed by default in

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Abdelrazak Younes
Allen L. Barker wrote: Yes, if you mark the text field as LateX in xfig the equation will be latex compiled and previewed on LyX screen. At least it works in 1.6, maybe there's a bug in 1.5... You need the instant-preview package and dvipng installed for this to work. Are these packages

pagenumbering

2008-07-11 Thread assasukasse
Hi all i am paginating my thesis with lyx, i divided the document into many child documents and made a page called Thesis which joins together (by putting add child document one after the other). Now, while the first pages, which uses roman numbering show correct placement of the number (on

Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread vascoosx
I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell me how to change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style. Thank you Jürgen Spitzmüller-2 wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main   body of text are in the

Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
vascoosx wrote: I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell me how to change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style. chose and unsrt bibliography style (right-click on the grey BibTeX box and select a style from the lower drop down box). Jürgen

Re: Bullet distance

2008-07-11 Thread Paul A. Rubin
snvv wrote: Hello Is it possible to increase the space between a bullet and the text that follows? Thank you snvv If you want to do this globally (all bullets, all levels of the document, try the following in your preamble: \addtolength{\leftmargini}{3ex} \addtolength{\labelsep}{3ex}

Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread James Sutherland
On Jul 11, 2008, at 9:21 AM, vascoosx wrote: I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell me how to change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style. Insert-List/TOC - BibTeX Bibliography Choose unsrt from the drop-down menu in the bibliography dialog box. James

Re: Inserting code

2008-07-11 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 03:39:54PM -0700, Ivica1009 wrote: In my thesis I need to use a lot of C++ code. I am developing code in Eclipse CDT text editor. If I copy my code, for example, into the OpenOffice documet, the code preserves its format and colors. [I never thought of code having a

MikTeX 2.7 update warning

2008-07-11 Thread Tom Schlangen
Hi Lyx/Win Users, please be aware that updating MiKTeX 2.7 to current patchlevel as present in its repositories since 09. July will leave you with a broken backend - you will not be able to get any output - not even from the LyX help files. Tried on 3 different XP machines. LyX/Latex error

Re: MikTeX 2.7 update warning

2008-07-11 Thread Dominik Waßenhoven
Tom Schlangen wrote: Hi Lyx/Win Users, please be aware that updating MiKTeX 2.7 to current patchlevel as present in its repositories since 09. July will leave you with a broken backend - you will not be able to get any output - not even from the LyX help files. Tried on 3 different XP

Re: MikTeX 2.7 update warning

2008-07-11 Thread Tom Schlangen
Dear Dominik, You just have to rebuild the formats[1], since some language specific definitions have changed. Then everything should be working fine again. [1] Button 'Update Formats' in 'Miktex Settings' dialog. This works - thank you! Regards, Tom Schlangen -- mailto:[EMAIL

Re: noindent for abstracts?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
That is already unchecked. The problem is that when I type the abstract its actually indented. But when I make I line break the next line starts a bit more to the left than the above abstract. Jürgen Spitzmüller-2 wrote: bigblop wrote: Use ERT (Insert-TeX code) \noindent before you type

Specify PDF viewer with space in filename?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
I use LyX 1.5.4 for winXP. I have installed adobe reader in: C:\Programmer\Adobe\Reader 8.0\Reader\AcroRd32.exe I need to specify the whole path to the above file if I want to use it as the PDF previewer. But I get an error since there is a space in the foldername Reader 8.0. If I manually

Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
I have made a main.lyx file that includes a few child documents as input files. But when I am compiling a child document the whole document does not get updated. This means that each time I want to se the changes I have made I need to compile the main.lyx file which is rather annoying. Is there

Re: Specify PDF viewer with space in filename?

2008-07-11 Thread Paul A. Rubin
bigblop wrote: I use LyX 1.5.4 for winXP. I have installed adobe reader in: C:\Programmer\Adobe\Reader 8.0\Reader\AcroRd32.exe I need to specify the whole path to the above file if I want to use it as the PDF previewer. But I get an error since there is a space in the foldername Reader 8.0. If

Re: Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread James Sutherland
On Jul 11, 2008, at 2:07 PM, bigblop wrote: I have made a main.lyx file that includes a few child documents as input files. But when I am compiling a child document the whole document does not get updated. This means that each time I want to se the changes I have made I need to compile

interesting behaviour

2008-07-11 Thread assasukasse
I noticed an interesting behaviour: If i make a document with lyx in ubuntu hardy, the pdf that comes out is around 9Mb if i do in debian lenny, the pdf that comes out is 20Mb! of course both the sources are the same! what could cause this???

Re: Specify PDF viewer with space in filename?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
Have done as you recommended, I can see that the command Executing command acrord32.exe... is run but acroread does not open. If I press Ctrl-alt-delete I can see the acrord32.exe process and need to manualy terminate it if I want to run acroread from windows again. Paul A. Rubin wrote:

Re: Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
If I compile the child separately the references from my .bib file does not show (only appears as question marks). But based on your answer it seems that my wish is not possible - you say that I still have to manually skip to the main file to get the whole document updated (or even a child to

Re: interesting behaviour

2008-07-11 Thread John Coppens
On Fri, 11 Jul 2008 23:00:04 +0200 assasukasse [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I noticed an interesting behaviour: If i make a document with lyx in ubuntu hardy, the pdf that comes out is around 9Mb if i do in debian lenny, the pdf that comes out is 20Mb! of course both the sources are the same!

Re: Specify PDF viewer with space in filename?

2008-07-11 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Ok, I reproduced this on my machine and sorted it out. The problem is that LyX passes the path to the output file (sitting in your temporary buffer directory) as C:/whatever/whatever.pdf. Acrobat Reader is apparently too stupid to cope with the Unix style separators (/ rather than \), unlike

Re: Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread James Sutherland
On Jul 11, 2008, at 3:16 PM, bigblop wrote: If I compile the child separately the references from my .bib file does not show (only appears as question marks). But based on your answer it seems that my wish is not possible - you say that I still have to manually skip to the main file to

Re: Specify PDF viewer with space in filename?

2008-07-11 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Paul A. Rubin wrote: The easy solution is to put Acrobat Reader's directory on your system path and leave the viewer setting as 'auto' in LyX. Actually, I'm not even sure you need AR on the system path, as long as it's in the registry as the default viewer for PDFs. The 'auto' setting is

Re: New letter example using Koma-Script

2008-07-11 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Fri, 11 Jul 2008, Jean-Marie Pacquet wrote: Done! But feel free to proof read the english text! Thanks! If that parameter file for a nordic country was for Sweden, and you still have it, I wouldn't mind a copy. I should make a business letter for Sweden... /C -- Christian Ridderström,

Re: Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Fri, 11 Jul 2008, James Sutherland wrote: If I compile the child separately the references from my .bib file does not show (only appears as question marks). It can be done, but it's a bit more advanced and I'm not sure I remember how I did it. Perhaps I did it by using the preamble of the

Re: Specify PDF viewer with space in filename?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
Ah of course I used SumatraPDF.exe before. Know I have just choosen pdfview and I runs acroread. Thanks for the tip! BTW: It finally seems that acroread (8.1.2) automatically refreshes a changed PDF file! Before it just showed a corrupted file. Next update though is to keep it at the current

Re: Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
True.. cross references to other child documents will not work, only bibilography referenes. That only works if a bibliography section is also inserted in the child - which is not a good idea. -- View this message in context:

Re: Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread bigblop
James Sutherland-4 wrote: On Jul 11, 2008, at 3:16 PM, bigblop wrote: If I compile the child separately the references from my .bib file does not show (only appears as question marks). But based on your answer it seems that my wish is not possible - you say that I still have

Getting started presentation

2008-07-11 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
As a new LyX user, I have no idea how to prepare presentation using LyX. How can I learn LyX for presentation, is there any documentation, Getting Started presentation document or tutorial to prepare presentation. In document class, presentation(Foiltex, beamer, powerdot, slide and seminar) are

Re: Inserting code

2008-07-11 Thread Ivica1009
have you tried listings environment? pavel Hi Pavel and Andre. I tried listing environment, but it does not function properly. It does not respect the structue of the code that I paste in, neither does it respect any of the settings that I choose after right clicking on the listing. I do not

txfonts integral sign replaced with intersection operator

2008-07-11 Thread Cristian Baltaretu
Hi, I am using Lyx 1.5.1 on Ubuntu Linux. I have a problem when trying to use the txfonts package: everything looks beautiful except that any integral sign (/int) is replaced in dvi and pdf output with a large intersection operator with a plus sign inside it. I have reproduced this error on

Re: Getting started presentation

2008-07-11 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Waluyo Adi Siswanto wrote: As a new LyX user, I have no idea how to prepare presentation using LyX. How can I learn LyX for presentation, is there any documentation, Getting Started presentation document or tutorial to prepare presentation. In document class, presentation(Foiltex, beamer,

Re: Compiling Root document from child document?

2008-07-11 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
bigblop wrote: Is there someway to compile the main.lyx file from a child document? If you have opened the child document from the master document (or after you have once processed the master), you can compile the master from the child with the command master-buffer-update pdf2 (for pdflatex,

Re: noindent for abstracts?

2008-07-11 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
bigblop wrote: That is already unchecked. The problem is that when I type the abstract its actually indented. But when I make I line break the next line starts a bit more to the left than the above abstract. Please post a minimal example file. Jürgen

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Allen L. Barker
> I have often used fig2ps (from sourceforge) to transform .fig files > to .eps and then include the resulting eps file in LyX. (I don't > remember what started me doing this; there was a problem of > complexity in my figure a few years ago and this provided the > solution.) > > It is possible

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Abdelrazak Younes
Allen L. Barker wrote: > I have often used fig2ps (from sourceforge) to transform .fig files > to .eps and then include the resulting eps file in LyX. (I don't > remember what started me doing this; there was a problem of > complexity in my figure a few years ago and this provided the >

Re: New letter example using Koma-Script

2008-07-11 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Thu, 10 Jul 2008, Jean-Marie Pacquet wrote: Christian Ridderström a écrit : Hi, Thanks to Rich Shepard, I've put up an example of how to do a 'business'-like letter with Koma-Script using LyX here: http://wiki.lyx.org/Examples/KomaLetter2 Feel free to use it as you like, and if

Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Allen L. Barker
> Could somebody kindly point me to an understandable explanation > of how to use xfig produced figures in LyX? > Help file Userguide tells me to check for detailed explanation > under ImbeddedObjects but there I can´t find any detailed > explanation. Just FYI, here is my current preferred

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Allen L. Barker
> Yes xifg previewing can already been done thanks to fig2dev which > is part of the xfig program. Just use the external material inset > (Inset->File->External Material) and choose XFig in the combo. In > the display tab, select 'preview'. I think you are missing my point. Yes, I agree with

Package options override

2008-07-11 Thread Sebastian Rohrer
Hi, I want to use the "achemso" package for the formatting of my bibliography. (http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/achemso/) This package provides citation styles compliant with the rules of the journals of the American Chemical Society (ACS). I need a specific options,

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Abdelrazak Younes
Allen L. Barker wrote: > Yes xifg previewing can already been done thanks to fig2dev which > is part of the xfig program. Just use the external material inset > (Inset->File->External Material) and choose XFig in the combo. In > the display tab, select 'preview'. I think you are missing my

Re: New letter example using Koma-Script

2008-07-11 Thread Jean-Marie Pacquet
Christian Ridderström a écrit : But I don't understand French, so would you mind adding a translation of your text to the wiki page? I've prepared a place for the translation, and we can keep your original french text below the english text. If you like, I can proof read the english

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Allen L. Barker
> Yes, if you mark the text field as LateX in xfig the equation > will be latex compiled and previewed on LyX screen. At least > it works in 1.6, maybe there's a bug in 1.5... > > You need the instant-preview package and dvipng installed for > this to work. Are these packages installed by

Re: Xfig and LyX

2008-07-11 Thread Abdelrazak Younes
Allen L. Barker wrote: > Yes, if you mark the text field as LateX in xfig the equation > will be latex compiled and previewed on LyX screen. At least > it works in 1.6, maybe there's a bug in 1.5... > > You need the instant-preview package and dvipng installed for > this to work. Are these

pagenumbering

2008-07-11 Thread assasukasse
Hi all i am paginating my thesis with lyx, i divided the document into many child documents and made a page called Thesis which joins together (by putting add child document one after the other). Now, while the first pages, which uses roman numbering show correct placement of the number (on

Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread vascoosx
I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell me how to change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style. Thank you Jürgen Spitzmüller-2 wrote: > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: >> 1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main   >> body of text are in

Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
vascoosx wrote: > I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell me how > to change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style. chose and "unsrt" bibliography style (right-click on the grey BibTeX box and select a style from the lower drop down box). Jürgen

Re: Bullet distance

2008-07-11 Thread Paul A. Rubin
snvv wrote: Hello Is it possible to increase the space between a bullet and the text that follows? Thank you snvv If you want to do this globally (all bullets, all levels of the document, try the following in your preamble: \addtolength{\leftmargini}{3ex} \addtolength{\labelsep}{3ex}

Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread James Sutherland
On Jul 11, 2008, at 9:21 AM, vascoosx wrote: I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell me how to change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style. Insert->List/TOC -> BibTeX Bibliography Choose "unsrt" from the drop-down menu in the bibliography dialog box.

Re: Inserting code

2008-07-11 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 03:39:54PM -0700, Ivica1009 wrote: > In my thesis I need to use a lot of C++ code. I am developing code in > Eclipse CDT text editor. > If I copy my code, for example, into the OpenOffice documet, the code > preserves its format and colors. [I never thought of code having

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