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2008-07-17 Thread Yegor Yefremov

Hello,

what about adding Lyx to this list?

Best regards,
Yegor
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Re: [Fwd: [CMake] Using CMake? Please tell us about it]

2008-07-17 Thread Abdelrazak Younes

Yegor Yefremov wrote:

Hello,

what about adding Lyx to this list?


Feel free to do that.

Abdel.



Re: [Fwd: [CMake] Using CMake? Please tell us about it]

2008-07-17 Thread Yegor Yefremov

Abdelrazak Younes wrote:

Yegor Yefremov wrote:

Hello,

what about adding Lyx to this list?


Feel free to do that.

Abdel.



Already done!

Yegor



Re: Lyx for business

2008-07-17 Thread Christian Ridderström

On Wed, 16 Jul 2008, Christian Ridderström wrote:


I added some minor stuff to
 http://wiki.lyx.org/Examples/HellmutsBusiness


Oh, a final thing. Hellmut, could you leave some information on the page 
about whom to contact and how in case they need to ask a question?


This could simply be a something like:

Ask on the users' list in case of problems.


best regards,
Christian


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Figure disappears when left justified

2008-07-17 Thread bigblop

I have inserted a figure. In that figure I have inserted a png image. If I
center the png image it shows up in the compiled PDF. But if I left justify
the png file it disappears. Is this a LyX bug?
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Re: Ugly output in PDF

2008-07-17 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Paul Smith wrote:
  I have a headache problem with exporting the LyX doc into PDF one. The
  export to DVI is awesome, like a beauty, but the export to PDF is aweful.

 Put this line in the preamble:

 \usepackage{lmodern}

Or get the same effect by chosing Latin Modern Roman in 
Document-Settings-Fonts.

Jürgen


Re: Ugly output in PDF

2008-07-17 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 17 July 2008 12:58:18 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
 Or get the same effect by chosing Latin Modern Roman in
 Document-Settings-Fonts.

Would it make sense to have some kind of switch to change all them at once 
instead of changing each individually? I mean in addition to the current 
scheme, not to replace it.

I am asking for curiosity as I used to add \usepackage{lmodern} to the 
preamble. I admit that this could have been discussed earlier in the 
developers list and I missed the thread, apologies if that is the case. :-)

 Jürgen

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Re: Ugly output in PDF

2008-07-17 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
José Matos wrote:
 Would it make sense to have some kind of switch to change all them at once
 instead of changing each individually? I mean in addition to the current
 scheme, not to replace it.

 I am asking for curiosity as I used to add \usepackage{lmodern} to the
 preamble. I admit that this could have been discussed earlier in the
 developers list and I missed the thread, apologies if that is the case. :-)

If you set Roman to Latin Modern and leave the rest to default, then sans 
and tt will also use the lmodern shapes. Default means here: Use the 
appropriate counterpart.

In other words: Latin Modern Roman and Standard for the other shapes is 
equvalent to \usepackage{lmodern}.

Jürgen


converters

2008-07-17 Thread Matthias E

Hey there!

I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem.  
All of the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I  
decided to uninstall and install 1.5 now. The same problem occurs.  
Whenever I try to view the file as a .pdf, the following screen pops up:


Keine Information vorhanden, um Dateien im -Format nach png zu  
konvertieren.

Definieren Sie einen Konverter in den Einstellungen.

(it's in German, I am sorry. it says: No information available to  
convert data from -format to png. Define a converter in your  
preferences.)


which I tried but somehow I can't manage to solve the problem.  
Needless to say, that I am not very fit in all this. It has just been  
working perfectly all the time...


Maybe you can help me,

Thank you for taking any troubles,

Matthias Erren


Re: Ugly output in PDF

2008-07-17 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 17 July 2008 13:38:15 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
 In other words: Latin Modern Roman and Standard for the other shapes is
 equvalent to \usepackage{lmodern}.

 Jürgen

That is fair, thanks for the explanation. :-)

-- 
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Re: converters

2008-07-17 Thread Erez Yerushalmi
Did you remember to press: tools  reconfigure?


Erez



On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 2:18 PM, Matthias E [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hey there!

 I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem. All of
 the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I decided to
 uninstall and install 1.5 now. The same problem occurs. Whenever I try to
 view the file as a .pdf, the following screen pops up:

 Keine Information vorhanden, um Dateien im -Format nach png zu
 konvertieren.
 Definieren Sie einen Konverter in den Einstellungen.

 (it's in German, I am sorry. it says: No information available to convert
 data from -format to png. Define a converter in your preferences.)

 which I tried but somehow I can't manage to solve the problem. Needless to
 say, that I am not very fit in all this. It has just been working perfectly
 all the time...

 Maybe you can help me,

 Thank you for taking any troubles,

 Matthias Erren




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Re: converters

2008-07-17 Thread Richard heck



On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 2:18 PM, Matthias E [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  

Hey there!

I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem. All of
the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I decided to
uninstall and install 1.5 now. The same problem occurs. Whenever I try to
view the file as a .pdf, the following screen pops up:

Keine Information vorhanden, um Dateien im -Format nach png zu
konvertieren.
Definieren Sie einen Konverter in den Einstellungen.

(it's in German, I am sorry. it says: No information available to convert
data from -format to png. Define a converter in your preferences.)

which I tried but somehow I can't manage to solve the problem. Needless to
say, that I am not very fit in all this. It has just been working perfectly
all the time...

Maybe you can help me,


Does this happen even with a short test document? It sounds as if it 
wouldn't---as if you have some kind of image in your document that LyX 
doesn't know how to convert. Delete the last half of the document and 
see if that helps. If so, delete the last quarter, etc, and figure out 
what image is the problem. Then report back.


rh



Re: Inconsistent indentation behaviour after LyX-Code and Program Listing Inset

2008-07-17 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Álvaro Manuel Recio Pérez wrote:


Program listing insets doesn't follow the same rules. Paragraphs after 
listing insets are indented even if they are conceptually identical to 
the LyX-Code environment. My questions are: Why does this happen? And, 
is there a way to globally prevent the indentation of paragraphs 
following listing insets?




I think it's a consequence of LyX setting the input encoding to latin1 
(and surrounding the listing with \begingroup ... \endgroup).  There's 
something in the manual for the listings package that says that the 
package can't cope with multibyte character encodings (other than in 
comments).  Goofy encodings confuse me, so I can sympathize if they 
confusing the listings package.  Still, am I right that forcing latin1 
in the listings environment means that you cannot in fact put, say, CJK 
characters in a comment that escapes to LaTeX?  Seems a bit restrictive.


Maybe you should open a bugzilla entry about this.

/Paul



Re: amssymb and amsfonts defaults

2008-07-17 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Ivan Werning wrote:
I would like to compile my lyx document without amsymb and amsfonts 
package (but I do want the amsmath) loaded automatically because I would 
like to add another font package, lucimatx, that defines substitutes for 
it and dos things differently. see explanation here

http://www.pctex.com/kb/58.html

The bottom line is that my font packages conflict with amsymb and 
amsfonts and I need to turn the latter off.  How can do this?


I added the necessary preamble lines to load my font packages in 
DocumentsSettingsPreamble but going through the pdflatex log I see 
that lyx is calling amssymb and I cannot access the lyx default for that 
in any menu that I could find.


Thanks!

-Ivan


You can suppress loading of the AMS packages in Document - Settings... 
- Math Options (deselect both the first two choices).  Then add 
\usepackage{amsmath} in the preamble.


/Paul



Re: Inconsistent indentation behaviour after LyX-Code and Program Listing Inset

2008-07-17 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Paul A. Rubin wrote:
 I think it's a consequence of LyX setting the input encoding to latin1
 (and surrounding the listing with \begingroup ... \endgroup).

No, without those, it shows exactly the same behaviour.

 Still, am I right that forcing latin1
 in the listings environment means that you cannot in fact put, say, CJK
 characters in a comment that escapes to LaTeX?  Seems a bit restrictive.

 Maybe you should open a bugzilla entry about this.

A bugzilla report does not strike me very sensible, since this is not a LyX 
bug, but a listings bug/restriction.

Jürgen


emphasis as underline?

2008-07-17 Thread Michele Lynn Olsen
Hi,
When I toggle the emphasis on a word it shows up on the screen as italic, but 
when I make a dvi or pdf, the word shows up underlined.  In one of the LyX 
tutorials, I've found a statement saying that emphasis usually shows up as 
italic on most systems (but this can be changed).  So, it seems that mine is 
not most systems, but if it can be changed from italic, it should be able to be 
changed to italic--but how?
Thanks,
Michele


Re: emphasis as underline?

2008-07-17 Thread Rich Shepard

On Wed, 16 Jul 2008, Michele Lynn Olsen wrote:


When I toggle the emphasis on a word it shows up on the screen as italic,
but when I make a dvi or pdf, the word shows up underlined.  In one of the
LyX tutorials, I've found a statement saying that emphasis usually shows
up as italic on most systems (but this can be changed).  So, it seems that
mine is not most systems, but if it can be changed from italic, it should
be able to be changed to italic--but how?


Michele,

  What typeface are you using? Your system may not have an Italic font for
it.

Rich

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lucida fonts

2008-07-17 Thread Ivan Werning
I am trying to use my lucida fonts, which work fine with my Latex, in  
my LyX. I purchased these fonts from PCTex with the lucimatx package  
(which automatically loads the fonts both for text and math) written  
by Walter Schmidt.  This package is meant to replace amssymb and  
amsfonts (but not amsmath). I can load the package by adding a line in  
the preamble option in LyX. However, I cannot seem to turn off the  
automatic loading of amssymb...


Is there any way I can do this in LyX?

I am having no success adding
\usepackage{lucimatx}
in my document preamble, using DocumentSettingsLatex Preamble The  
reason is that LyX automatically loads amssymb (and I think that also  
amsfonts) as soon as characters such as \mathbb{E} are employed. Is  
there any way to turn off this behavior?


I tried using the SettingsMath Option and turning of AMS math (and  
loading it myself the preamble) with no luck. That only controls  
amsmath, not the automatic loading of amssymb (or amsfonts I believe).


For reference, things work fine if I write a latex file such as:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\usepackage{lucimatx}

\begin{document}

Some math:
\begin{equation}
\mathbb{E}[f(x)]=\int_0^\infty f(x)g(x)dx
\end{equation}

\end{document}

The problem is if I try to do something analogous in LyX (with  
\usepackage{lucimatx} stuck in the Latex preamble under settings) LyX  
loads amssymb which conflicts with lucimatx and I get an error which  
stops the compile. I can see that the line \usepackage{amssymb} is  
added at the top of the preamble in an export from LyX.


Any help much appreciated.

-Ivan


Re: emphasis as underline?

2008-07-17 Thread John Coppens
On Wed, 16 Jul 2008 18:43:25 -0600 (MDT)
Michele Lynn Olsen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 So, it seems that mine is not most systems, but if it can be changed
 from italic, it should be able to be changed to italic--but how?

Hallo Michele,

I'm no great expert, but I suspect that LyX always shows emphasis as
italic, and exports that as tags. The post processor will then select the
way to render emphasis. I suspect that you TeX environment is configured
to render emphasis differently - or maybe you have selected a layout that
modifies its definition. Does this happen with the default layout too?

John


Re: Lyx for business

2008-07-17 Thread Hellmut Weber

Hi Christian,


Thanks for your help, i finally made it Examples/HellmutsBusiness


*lol*  I can't say why, but that name is funny - I like it :-)

I added some minor stuff to
http://wiki.lyx.org/Examples/HellmutsBusiness

just look in the history
http://wiki.lyx.org/Examples/HellmutsBusiness?action=diff
to see what I did (and undo it if you don't like it).

Thanks for your contributions.
It was my very first try with a wiki entry.

Cheers

Hellmut

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Re: amssymb and amsfonts defaults

2008-07-17 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Paul A. Rubin wrote:

Ivan Werning wrote:
I would like to compile my lyx document without amsymb and amsfonts 
package (but I do want the amsmath) loaded automatically because I 
would like to add another font package, lucimatx, that defines 
substitutes for it and dos things differently. see explanation here

http://www.pctex.com/kb/58.html

The bottom line is that my font packages conflict with amsymb and 
amsfonts and I need to turn the latter off.  How can do this?


I added the necessary preamble lines to load my font packages in 
DocumentsSettingsPreamble but going through the pdflatex log I see 
that lyx is calling amssymb and I cannot access the lyx default for 
that in any menu that I could find.


Thanks!

-Ivan


You can suppress loading of the AMS packages in Document - Settings... 
- Math Options (deselect both the first two choices).  Then add 
\usepackage{amsmath} in the preamble.


/Paul




Ivan asked me to post the follow-up to this.  (We continued the 
discussion offline.)


Turns out I was wrong.  If you turn off AMS loading but then use an AMS 
symbol in a formula somewhere (such as \mathbb{R}), LyX spots this and 
automatically loads the amssymb and amsfonts packages, which are 
incompatible with lucimatx.  The best solution would probably be a 
couple more check boxes to allow the user to suppress automatic loading 
of those packages as well.


/Paul



Re: Inconsistent indentation behaviour after LyX-Code and Program Listing Inset

2008-07-17 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:

Paul A. Rubin wrote:

I think it's a consequence of LyX setting the input encoding to latin1
(and surrounding the listing with \begingroup ... \endgroup).


No, without those, it shows exactly the same behaviour.


Not if you also take out the two blank lines that LyX inserts after 
\endgroup.



Still, am I right that forcing latin1
in the listings environment means that you cannot in fact put, say, CJK
characters in a comment that escapes to LaTeX?  Seems a bit restrictive.

Maybe you should open a bugzilla entry about this.


A bugzilla report does not strike me very sensible, since this is not a LyX 
bug, but a listings bug/restriction.


The listings package does not require or force the \begingroup + 
\inputencoding{latin1} + \endgroup commands, nor the two blank lines. 
The blank lines are purely LyX.  It seems to me that there has already 
been discussion elsewhere of situations in which LyX inserts unwanted 
blank lines.  As far as the input encoding goes, my guess is that 
whoever coded the listings support put this in to prevent the user from 
accidentally blowing up the package by using a multibyte encoding. 
However, as I mentioned above, the package specifically provides an 
escape-to-LaTeX mechanism that allows the user to insert text from other 
encodings.  This presumably would be blocked by the current LyX 
implementation (although I'm not the person to test this, since I'm 
blissfully ignorant about non-Latin encodings).


One last thing.  The listings package allows you to specify an escape 
character that delimits strings that should be passed directly to LaTeX. 
 So, taking an excerpt from the .tex version of Álvaro's sample file,


...
\begin{lstlisting}[escapechar=`]
`\inputencoding{latin1}`
This is a lstlisting code added through an inset.
LyX surrounds this with\begingroup and\endgroup,
and creates a new paragraph after this one.
\end{lstlisting}
This is indented.\LyX{}-Code behaves differently than code listing
insets.Isn't this a contradiction to the User Guide?
...

seems to work.  I can't test whether the encoding limitation is being 
enforced, but the \inputencoding command is not printed in the listing, 
and the following line is not indented.  The problem with this approach 
is that different users will want different escape characters.


So fundamentally, I think, it's a question of whether protecting the 
user from himself on the encoding issue is worth the price.


/Paul



Re: LyX version 1.6.0 (beta 4) is released

2008-07-17 Thread Joost Verburg

José Matos wrote:

Prebuilt binaries (rpms for linux distributions, Mac OS X and Windows
installers) should soon be available at
ftp://ftp.lyx.org/pub/lyx/devel/


I have uploaded Windows installers to http://www.lyx.org/~joost/

Joost



Why 2 bibliographies?

2008-07-17 Thread H

Hello, I use LyX 1.5.5 with Inlinebib and Koma-script book with in-line full
citations style (working almost perfect).
The problem is the final bibliography (which would resume and sort all
references already cited in the text):

the unwanted result is 2 bibliographies:
1st one with correct Koma chapter character style
2nd one is with another (roman?) character style

Every reference is listed in just one of the two, with almost no criteria,
perhaps some of the most complex references are in 2nd bibliography... And
perhaps there are some more references in the 1st one. No references left
outside the 2 bibliographies.
I'm puzzled...

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1.6 beta4 crashing on Ubuntu

2008-07-17 Thread ashinpan
Hi!

I have just compiled Lyx 1.6 beta4 on Ubuntu (8.04) and installed it. When I
tried to open my Lyx documents, one document is constantly crashing when I
click on the title in the document (very strange).  Can someone tell me how
to fix it?

Ven. Pandita


Table Alignment

2008-07-17 Thread Paulina Restrepo

Hi,

I'm using Lyx 1.5.3 on a Mac, with Mac OS X version 10.4.11.

I have a table inside a float, and the word Measure on the table  
looks aligned in Lyx,
but when I compile into pdf it moves up. I haven't been able to fix  
its alignment. Here is the Lyx

file. Any ideas?

Thank you,

Paulina



example.lyx
Description: Binary data






[Fwd: [CMake] Using CMake? Please tell us about it]

2008-07-17 Thread Yegor Yefremov

Hello,

what about adding Lyx to this list?

Best regards,
Yegor
---BeginMessage---
If you are successfully using CMake for your project, I would appreciate 
it if you could add your project here:


http://www.cmake.org/Wiki/CMake_Projects

Thanks

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Re: [Fwd: [CMake] Using CMake? Please tell us about it]

2008-07-17 Thread Abdelrazak Younes

Yegor Yefremov wrote:

Hello,

what about adding Lyx to this list?


Feel free to do that.

Abdel.



Re: [Fwd: [CMake] Using CMake? Please tell us about it]

2008-07-17 Thread Yegor Yefremov

Abdelrazak Younes wrote:

Yegor Yefremov wrote:

Hello,

what about adding Lyx to this list?


Feel free to do that.

Abdel.



Already done!

Yegor



Re: Lyx for business

2008-07-17 Thread Christian Ridderström

On Wed, 16 Jul 2008, Christian Ridderström wrote:


I added some minor stuff to
 http://wiki.lyx.org/Examples/HellmutsBusiness


Oh, a final thing. Hellmut, could you leave some information on the page 
about whom to contact and how in case they need to ask a question?


This could simply be a something like:

Ask on the users' list in case of problems.


best regards,
Christian


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Figure disappears when left justified

2008-07-17 Thread bigblop

I have inserted a figure. In that figure I have inserted a png image. If I
center the png image it shows up in the compiled PDF. But if I left justify
the png file it disappears. Is this a LyX bug?
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Re: Ugly output in PDF

2008-07-17 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Paul Smith wrote:
  I have a headache problem with exporting the LyX doc into PDF one. The
  export to DVI is awesome, like a beauty, but the export to PDF is aweful.

 Put this line in the preamble:

 \usepackage{lmodern}

Or get the same effect by chosing Latin Modern Roman in 
Document-Settings-Fonts.

Jürgen


Re: Ugly output in PDF

2008-07-17 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 17 July 2008 12:58:18 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
 Or get the same effect by chosing Latin Modern Roman in
 Document-Settings-Fonts.

Would it make sense to have some kind of switch to change all them at once 
instead of changing each individually? I mean in addition to the current 
scheme, not to replace it.

I am asking for curiosity as I used to add \usepackage{lmodern} to the 
preamble. I admit that this could have been discussed earlier in the 
developers list and I missed the thread, apologies if that is the case. :-)

 Jürgen

-- 
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Re: Ugly output in PDF

2008-07-17 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
José Matos wrote:
 Would it make sense to have some kind of switch to change all them at once
 instead of changing each individually? I mean in addition to the current
 scheme, not to replace it.

 I am asking for curiosity as I used to add \usepackage{lmodern} to the
 preamble. I admit that this could have been discussed earlier in the
 developers list and I missed the thread, apologies if that is the case. :-)

If you set Roman to Latin Modern and leave the rest to default, then sans 
and tt will also use the lmodern shapes. Default means here: Use the 
appropriate counterpart.

In other words: Latin Modern Roman and Standard for the other shapes is 
equvalent to \usepackage{lmodern}.

Jürgen


converters

2008-07-17 Thread Matthias E

Hey there!

I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem.  
All of the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I  
decided to uninstall and install 1.5 now. The same problem occurs.  
Whenever I try to view the file as a .pdf, the following screen pops up:


Keine Information vorhanden, um Dateien im -Format nach png zu  
konvertieren.

Definieren Sie einen Konverter in den Einstellungen.

(it's in German, I am sorry. it says: No information available to  
convert data from -format to png. Define a converter in your  
preferences.)


which I tried but somehow I can't manage to solve the problem.  
Needless to say, that I am not very fit in all this. It has just been  
working perfectly all the time...


Maybe you can help me,

Thank you for taking any troubles,

Matthias Erren


Re: Ugly output in PDF

2008-07-17 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 17 July 2008 13:38:15 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
 In other words: Latin Modern Roman and Standard for the other shapes is
 equvalent to \usepackage{lmodern}.

 Jürgen

That is fair, thanks for the explanation. :-)

-- 
José Abílio


Re: converters

2008-07-17 Thread Erez Yerushalmi
Did you remember to press: tools  reconfigure?


Erez



On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 2:18 PM, Matthias E [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hey there!

 I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem. All of
 the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I decided to
 uninstall and install 1.5 now. The same problem occurs. Whenever I try to
 view the file as a .pdf, the following screen pops up:

 Keine Information vorhanden, um Dateien im -Format nach png zu
 konvertieren.
 Definieren Sie einen Konverter in den Einstellungen.

 (it's in German, I am sorry. it says: No information available to convert
 data from -format to png. Define a converter in your preferences.)

 which I tried but somehow I can't manage to solve the problem. Needless to
 say, that I am not very fit in all this. It has just been working perfectly
 all the time...

 Maybe you can help me,

 Thank you for taking any troubles,

 Matthias Erren




-- 
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PhD Candidate
Warwick University, UK
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Re: converters

2008-07-17 Thread Richard heck



On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 2:18 PM, Matthias E [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  

Hey there!

I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem. All of
the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I decided to
uninstall and install 1.5 now. The same problem occurs. Whenever I try to
view the file as a .pdf, the following screen pops up:

Keine Information vorhanden, um Dateien im -Format nach png zu
konvertieren.
Definieren Sie einen Konverter in den Einstellungen.

(it's in German, I am sorry. it says: No information available to convert
data from -format to png. Define a converter in your preferences.)

which I tried but somehow I can't manage to solve the problem. Needless to
say, that I am not very fit in all this. It has just been working perfectly
all the time...

Maybe you can help me,


Does this happen even with a short test document? It sounds as if it 
wouldn't---as if you have some kind of image in your document that LyX 
doesn't know how to convert. Delete the last half of the document and 
see if that helps. If so, delete the last quarter, etc, and figure out 
what image is the problem. Then report back.


rh



Re: Inconsistent indentation behaviour after LyX-Code and Program Listing Inset

2008-07-17 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Álvaro Manuel Recio Pérez wrote:


Program listing insets doesn't follow the same rules. Paragraphs after 
listing insets are indented even if they are conceptually identical to 
the LyX-Code environment. My questions are: Why does this happen? And, 
is there a way to globally prevent the indentation of paragraphs 
following listing insets?




I think it's a consequence of LyX setting the input encoding to latin1 
(and surrounding the listing with \begingroup ... \endgroup).  There's 
something in the manual for the listings package that says that the 
package can't cope with multibyte character encodings (other than in 
comments).  Goofy encodings confuse me, so I can sympathize if they 
confusing the listings package.  Still, am I right that forcing latin1 
in the listings environment means that you cannot in fact put, say, CJK 
characters in a comment that escapes to LaTeX?  Seems a bit restrictive.


Maybe you should open a bugzilla entry about this.

/Paul



Re: amssymb and amsfonts defaults

2008-07-17 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Ivan Werning wrote:
I would like to compile my lyx document without amsymb and amsfonts 
package (but I do want the amsmath) loaded automatically because I would 
like to add another font package, lucimatx, that defines substitutes for 
it and dos things differently. see explanation here

http://www.pctex.com/kb/58.html

The bottom line is that my font packages conflict with amsymb and 
amsfonts and I need to turn the latter off.  How can do this?


I added the necessary preamble lines to load my font packages in 
DocumentsSettingsPreamble but going through the pdflatex log I see 
that lyx is calling amssymb and I cannot access the lyx default for that 
in any menu that I could find.


Thanks!

-Ivan


You can suppress loading of the AMS packages in Document - Settings... 
- Math Options (deselect both the first two choices).  Then add 
\usepackage{amsmath} in the preamble.


/Paul



Re: Inconsistent indentation behaviour after LyX-Code and Program Listing Inset

2008-07-17 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Paul A. Rubin wrote:
 I think it's a consequence of LyX setting the input encoding to latin1
 (and surrounding the listing with \begingroup ... \endgroup).

No, without those, it shows exactly the same behaviour.

 Still, am I right that forcing latin1
 in the listings environment means that you cannot in fact put, say, CJK
 characters in a comment that escapes to LaTeX?  Seems a bit restrictive.

 Maybe you should open a bugzilla entry about this.

A bugzilla report does not strike me very sensible, since this is not a LyX 
bug, but a listings bug/restriction.

Jürgen


emphasis as underline?

2008-07-17 Thread Michele Lynn Olsen
Hi,
When I toggle the emphasis on a word it shows up on the screen as italic, but 
when I make a dvi or pdf, the word shows up underlined.  In one of the LyX 
tutorials, I've found a statement saying that emphasis usually shows up as 
italic on most systems (but this can be changed).  So, it seems that mine is 
not most systems, but if it can be changed from italic, it should be able to be 
changed to italic--but how?
Thanks,
Michele


Re: emphasis as underline?

2008-07-17 Thread Rich Shepard

On Wed, 16 Jul 2008, Michele Lynn Olsen wrote:


When I toggle the emphasis on a word it shows up on the screen as italic,
but when I make a dvi or pdf, the word shows up underlined.  In one of the
LyX tutorials, I've found a statement saying that emphasis usually shows
up as italic on most systems (but this can be changed).  So, it seems that
mine is not most systems, but if it can be changed from italic, it should
be able to be changed to italic--but how?


Michele,

  What typeface are you using? Your system may not have an Italic font for
it.

Rich

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lucida fonts

2008-07-17 Thread Ivan Werning
I am trying to use my lucida fonts, which work fine with my Latex, in  
my LyX. I purchased these fonts from PCTex with the lucimatx package  
(which automatically loads the fonts both for text and math) written  
by Walter Schmidt.  This package is meant to replace amssymb and  
amsfonts (but not amsmath). I can load the package by adding a line in  
the preamble option in LyX. However, I cannot seem to turn off the  
automatic loading of amssymb...


Is there any way I can do this in LyX?

I am having no success adding
\usepackage{lucimatx}
in my document preamble, using DocumentSettingsLatex Preamble The  
reason is that LyX automatically loads amssymb (and I think that also  
amsfonts) as soon as characters such as \mathbb{E} are employed. Is  
there any way to turn off this behavior?


I tried using the SettingsMath Option and turning of AMS math (and  
loading it myself the preamble) with no luck. That only controls  
amsmath, not the automatic loading of amssymb (or amsfonts I believe).


For reference, things work fine if I write a latex file such as:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\usepackage{lucimatx}

\begin{document}

Some math:
\begin{equation}
\mathbb{E}[f(x)]=\int_0^\infty f(x)g(x)dx
\end{equation}

\end{document}

The problem is if I try to do something analogous in LyX (with  
\usepackage{lucimatx} stuck in the Latex preamble under settings) LyX  
loads amssymb which conflicts with lucimatx and I get an error which  
stops the compile. I can see that the line \usepackage{amssymb} is  
added at the top of the preamble in an export from LyX.


Any help much appreciated.

-Ivan


Re: emphasis as underline?

2008-07-17 Thread John Coppens
On Wed, 16 Jul 2008 18:43:25 -0600 (MDT)
Michele Lynn Olsen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 So, it seems that mine is not most systems, but if it can be changed
 from italic, it should be able to be changed to italic--but how?

Hallo Michele,

I'm no great expert, but I suspect that LyX always shows emphasis as
italic, and exports that as tags. The post processor will then select the
way to render emphasis. I suspect that you TeX environment is configured
to render emphasis differently - or maybe you have selected a layout that
modifies its definition. Does this happen with the default layout too?

John


Re: Lyx for business

2008-07-17 Thread Hellmut Weber

Hi Christian,


Thanks for your help, i finally made it Examples/HellmutsBusiness


*lol*  I can't say why, but that name is funny - I like it :-)

I added some minor stuff to
http://wiki.lyx.org/Examples/HellmutsBusiness

just look in the history
http://wiki.lyx.org/Examples/HellmutsBusiness?action=diff
to see what I did (and undo it if you don't like it).

Thanks for your contributions.
It was my very first try with a wiki entry.

Cheers

Hellmut

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Re: amssymb and amsfonts defaults

2008-07-17 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Paul A. Rubin wrote:

Ivan Werning wrote:
I would like to compile my lyx document without amsymb and amsfonts 
package (but I do want the amsmath) loaded automatically because I 
would like to add another font package, lucimatx, that defines 
substitutes for it and dos things differently. see explanation here

http://www.pctex.com/kb/58.html

The bottom line is that my font packages conflict with amsymb and 
amsfonts and I need to turn the latter off.  How can do this?


I added the necessary preamble lines to load my font packages in 
DocumentsSettingsPreamble but going through the pdflatex log I see 
that lyx is calling amssymb and I cannot access the lyx default for 
that in any menu that I could find.


Thanks!

-Ivan


You can suppress loading of the AMS packages in Document - Settings... 
- Math Options (deselect both the first two choices).  Then add 
\usepackage{amsmath} in the preamble.


/Paul




Ivan asked me to post the follow-up to this.  (We continued the 
discussion offline.)


Turns out I was wrong.  If you turn off AMS loading but then use an AMS 
symbol in a formula somewhere (such as \mathbb{R}), LyX spots this and 
automatically loads the amssymb and amsfonts packages, which are 
incompatible with lucimatx.  The best solution would probably be a 
couple more check boxes to allow the user to suppress automatic loading 
of those packages as well.


/Paul



Re: Inconsistent indentation behaviour after LyX-Code and Program Listing Inset

2008-07-17 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:

Paul A. Rubin wrote:

I think it's a consequence of LyX setting the input encoding to latin1
(and surrounding the listing with \begingroup ... \endgroup).


No, without those, it shows exactly the same behaviour.


Not if you also take out the two blank lines that LyX inserts after 
\endgroup.



Still, am I right that forcing latin1
in the listings environment means that you cannot in fact put, say, CJK
characters in a comment that escapes to LaTeX?  Seems a bit restrictive.

Maybe you should open a bugzilla entry about this.


A bugzilla report does not strike me very sensible, since this is not a LyX 
bug, but a listings bug/restriction.


The listings package does not require or force the \begingroup + 
\inputencoding{latin1} + \endgroup commands, nor the two blank lines. 
The blank lines are purely LyX.  It seems to me that there has already 
been discussion elsewhere of situations in which LyX inserts unwanted 
blank lines.  As far as the input encoding goes, my guess is that 
whoever coded the listings support put this in to prevent the user from 
accidentally blowing up the package by using a multibyte encoding. 
However, as I mentioned above, the package specifically provides an 
escape-to-LaTeX mechanism that allows the user to insert text from other 
encodings.  This presumably would be blocked by the current LyX 
implementation (although I'm not the person to test this, since I'm 
blissfully ignorant about non-Latin encodings).


One last thing.  The listings package allows you to specify an escape 
character that delimits strings that should be passed directly to LaTeX. 
 So, taking an excerpt from the .tex version of Álvaro's sample file,


...
\begin{lstlisting}[escapechar=`]
`\inputencoding{latin1}`
This is a lstlisting code added through an inset.
LyX surrounds this with\begingroup and\endgroup,
and creates a new paragraph after this one.
\end{lstlisting}
This is indented.\LyX{}-Code behaves differently than code listing
insets.Isn't this a contradiction to the User Guide?
...

seems to work.  I can't test whether the encoding limitation is being 
enforced, but the \inputencoding command is not printed in the listing, 
and the following line is not indented.  The problem with this approach 
is that different users will want different escape characters.


So fundamentally, I think, it's a question of whether protecting the 
user from himself on the encoding issue is worth the price.


/Paul



Re: LyX version 1.6.0 (beta 4) is released

2008-07-17 Thread Joost Verburg

José Matos wrote:

Prebuilt binaries (rpms for linux distributions, Mac OS X and Windows
installers) should soon be available at
ftp://ftp.lyx.org/pub/lyx/devel/


I have uploaded Windows installers to http://www.lyx.org/~joost/

Joost



Why 2 bibliographies?

2008-07-17 Thread H

Hello, I use LyX 1.5.5 with Inlinebib and Koma-script book with in-line full
citations style (working almost perfect).
The problem is the final bibliography (which would resume and sort all
references already cited in the text):

the unwanted result is 2 bibliographies:
1st one with correct Koma chapter character style
2nd one is with another (roman?) character style

Every reference is listed in just one of the two, with almost no criteria,
perhaps some of the most complex references are in 2nd bibliography... And
perhaps there are some more references in the 1st one. No references left
outside the 2 bibliographies.
I'm puzzled...

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1.6 beta4 crashing on Ubuntu

2008-07-17 Thread ashinpan
Hi!

I have just compiled Lyx 1.6 beta4 on Ubuntu (8.04) and installed it. When I
tried to open my Lyx documents, one document is constantly crashing when I
click on the title in the document (very strange).  Can someone tell me how
to fix it?

Ven. Pandita


Table Alignment

2008-07-17 Thread Paulina Restrepo

Hi,

I'm using Lyx 1.5.3 on a Mac, with Mac OS X version 10.4.11.

I have a table inside a float, and the word Measure on the table  
looks aligned in Lyx,
but when I compile into pdf it moves up. I haven't been able to fix  
its alignment. Here is the Lyx

file. Any ideas?

Thank you,

Paulina



example.lyx
Description: Binary data






[Fwd: [CMake] Using CMake? Please tell us about it]

2008-07-17 Thread Yegor Yefremov

Hello,

what about adding Lyx to this list?

Best regards,
Yegor
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If you are successfully using CMake for your project, I would appreciate 
it if you could add your project here:


http://www.cmake.org/Wiki/CMake_Projects

Thanks

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Re: [Fwd: [CMake] Using CMake? Please tell us about it]

2008-07-17 Thread Abdelrazak Younes

Yegor Yefremov wrote:

Hello,

what about adding Lyx to this list?


Feel free to do that.

Abdel.



Re: [Fwd: [CMake] Using CMake? Please tell us about it]

2008-07-17 Thread Yegor Yefremov

Abdelrazak Younes wrote:

Yegor Yefremov wrote:

Hello,

what about adding Lyx to this list?


Feel free to do that.

Abdel.



Already done!

Yegor



Re: Lyx for business

2008-07-17 Thread Christian Ridderström

On Wed, 16 Jul 2008, Christian Ridderström wrote:


I added some minor stuff to
 http://wiki.lyx.org/Examples/HellmutsBusiness


Oh, a final thing. Hellmut, could you leave some information on the page 
about whom to contact and how in case they need to ask a question?


This could simply be a something like:

Ask on the users' list in case of problems.


best regards,
Christian


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Figure disappears when left justified

2008-07-17 Thread bigblop

I have inserted a figure. In that figure I have inserted a png image. If I
center the png image it shows up in the compiled PDF. But if I left justify
the png file it disappears. Is this a LyX bug?
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Re: Ugly output in PDF

2008-07-17 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Paul Smith wrote:
> > I have a headache problem with exporting the LyX doc into PDF one. The
> > export to DVI is awesome, like a beauty, but the export to PDF is aweful.
>
> Put this line in the preamble:
>
> \usepackage{lmodern}

Or get the same effect by chosing "Latin Modern Roman" in 
Document->Settings->Fonts.

Jürgen


Re: Ugly output in PDF

2008-07-17 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 17 July 2008 12:58:18 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
> Or get the same effect by chosing "Latin Modern Roman" in
> Document->Settings->Fonts.

Would it make sense to have some kind of switch to change all them at once 
instead of changing each individually? I mean in addition to the current 
scheme, not to replace it.

I am asking for curiosity as I used to add \usepackage{lmodern} to the 
preamble. I admit that this could have been discussed earlier in the 
developers list and I missed the thread, apologies if that is the case. :-)

> Jürgen

-- 
José Abílio


Re: Ugly output in PDF

2008-07-17 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
José Matos wrote:
> Would it make sense to have some kind of switch to change all them at once
> instead of changing each individually? I mean in addition to the current
> scheme, not to replace it.
>
> I am asking for curiosity as I used to add \usepackage{lmodern} to the
> preamble. I admit that this could have been discussed earlier in the
> developers list and I missed the thread, apologies if that is the case. :-)

If you set Roman to "Latin Modern" and leave the rest to default, then sans 
and tt will also use the lmodern shapes. "Default" means here: "Use the 
appropriate counterpart".

In other words: "Latin Modern Roman" and "Standard" for the other shapes is 
equvalent to \usepackage{lmodern}.

Jürgen


converters

2008-07-17 Thread Matthias E

Hey there!

I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem.  
All of the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I  
decided to uninstall and install 1.5 now. The same problem occurs.  
Whenever I try to view the file as a .pdf, the following screen pops up:


Keine Information vorhanden, um Dateien im -Format nach png zu  
konvertieren.

Definieren Sie einen Konverter in den Einstellungen.

(it's in German, I am sorry. it says: No information available to  
convert data from -format to png. Define a converter in your  
preferences.)


which I tried but somehow I can't manage to solve the problem.  
Needless to say, that I am not very fit in all this. It has just been  
working perfectly all the time...


Maybe you can help me,

Thank you for taking any troubles,

Matthias Erren


Re: Ugly output in PDF

2008-07-17 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 17 July 2008 13:38:15 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
> In other words: "Latin Modern Roman" and "Standard" for the other shapes is
> equvalent to \usepackage{lmodern}.
>
> Jürgen

That is fair, thanks for the explanation. :-)

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Re: converters

2008-07-17 Thread Erez Yerushalmi
Did you remember to press: tools > reconfigure?


Erez



On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 2:18 PM, Matthias E <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Hey there!
>
> I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem. All of
> the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I decided to
> uninstall and install 1.5 now. The same problem occurs. Whenever I try to
> view the file as a .pdf, the following screen pops up:
>
> Keine Information vorhanden, um Dateien im -Format nach png zu
> konvertieren.
> Definieren Sie einen Konverter in den Einstellungen.
>
> (it's in German, I am sorry. it says: No information available to convert
> data from -format to png. Define a converter in your preferences.)
>
> which I tried but somehow I can't manage to solve the problem. Needless to
> say, that I am not very fit in all this. It has just been working perfectly
> all the time...
>
> Maybe you can help me,
>
> Thank you for taking any troubles,
>
> Matthias Erren
>



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Re: converters

2008-07-17 Thread Richard heck



On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 2:18 PM, Matthias E <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

  

Hey there!

I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem. All of
the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I decided to
uninstall and install 1.5 now. The same problem occurs. Whenever I try to
view the file as a .pdf, the following screen pops up:

Keine Information vorhanden, um Dateien im -Format nach png zu
konvertieren.
Definieren Sie einen Konverter in den Einstellungen.

(it's in German, I am sorry. it says: No information available to convert
data from -format to png. Define a converter in your preferences.)

which I tried but somehow I can't manage to solve the problem. Needless to
say, that I am not very fit in all this. It has just been working perfectly
all the time...

Maybe you can help me,


Does this happen even with a short test document? It sounds as if it 
wouldn't---as if you have some kind of image in your document that LyX 
doesn't know how to convert. Delete the last half of the document and 
see if that helps. If so, delete the last quarter, etc, and figure out 
what image is the problem. Then report back.


rh



Re: Inconsistent indentation behaviour after LyX-Code and Program Listing Inset

2008-07-17 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Álvaro Manuel Recio Pérez wrote:


Program listing insets doesn't follow the same rules. Paragraphs after 
listing insets are indented even if they are conceptually identical to 
the LyX-Code environment. My questions are: Why does this happen? And, 
is there a way to globally prevent the indentation of paragraphs 
following listing insets?




I think it's a consequence of LyX setting the input encoding to latin1 
(and surrounding the listing with \begingroup ... \endgroup).  There's 
something in the manual for the listings package that says that the 
package can't cope with multibyte character encodings (other than in 
comments).  Goofy encodings confuse me, so I can sympathize if they 
confusing the listings package.  Still, am I right that forcing latin1 
in the listings environment means that you cannot in fact put, say, CJK 
characters in a comment that escapes to LaTeX?  Seems a bit restrictive.


Maybe you should open a bugzilla entry about this.

/Paul



Re: amssymb and amsfonts defaults

2008-07-17 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Ivan Werning wrote:
I would like to compile my lyx document without amsymb and amsfonts 
package (but I do want the amsmath) loaded automatically because I would 
like to add another font package, lucimatx, that defines substitutes for 
it and dos things differently. see explanation here

http://www.pctex.com/kb/58.html

The bottom line is that my font packages conflict with amsymb and 
amsfonts and I need to turn the latter off.  How can do this?


I added the necessary preamble lines to load my font packages in 
Documents>Settings>Preamble but going through the pdflatex log I see 
that lyx is calling amssymb and I cannot access the lyx default for that 
in any menu that I could find.


Thanks!

-Ivan


You can suppress loading of the AMS packages in Document -> Settings... 
-> Math Options (deselect both the first two choices).  Then add 
\usepackage{amsmath} in the preamble.


/Paul



Re: Inconsistent indentation behaviour after LyX-Code and Program Listing Inset

2008-07-17 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Paul A. Rubin wrote:
> I think it's a consequence of LyX setting the input encoding to latin1
> (and surrounding the listing with \begingroup ... \endgroup).

No, without those, it shows exactly the same behaviour.

> Still, am I right that forcing latin1
> in the listings environment means that you cannot in fact put, say, CJK
> characters in a comment that escapes to LaTeX?  Seems a bit restrictive.
>
> Maybe you should open a bugzilla entry about this.

A bugzilla report does not strike me very sensible, since this is not a LyX 
bug, but a listings bug/restriction.

Jürgen


emphasis as underline?

2008-07-17 Thread Michele Lynn Olsen
Hi,
When I toggle the emphasis on a word it shows up on the screen as italic, but 
when I make a dvi or pdf, the word shows up underlined.  In one of the LyX 
tutorials, I've found a statement saying that emphasis usually shows up as 
italic on most systems (but this can be changed).  So, it seems that mine is 
not most systems, but if it can be changed from italic, it should be able to be 
changed to italic--but how?
Thanks,
Michele


Re: emphasis as underline?

2008-07-17 Thread Rich Shepard

On Wed, 16 Jul 2008, Michele Lynn Olsen wrote:


When I toggle the emphasis on a word it shows up on the screen as italic,
but when I make a dvi or pdf, the word shows up underlined.  In one of the
LyX tutorials, I've found a statement saying that emphasis usually shows
up as italic on most systems (but this can be changed).  So, it seems that
mine is not most systems, but if it can be changed from italic, it should
be able to be changed to italic--but how?


Michele,

  What typeface are you using? Your system may not have an Italic font for
it.

Rich

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lucida fonts

2008-07-17 Thread Ivan Werning
I am trying to use my lucida fonts, which work fine with my Latex, in  
my LyX. I purchased these fonts from PCTex with the lucimatx package  
(which automatically loads the fonts both for text and math) written  
by Walter Schmidt.  This package is meant to replace amssymb and  
amsfonts (but not amsmath). I can load the package by adding a line in  
the preamble option in LyX. However, I cannot seem to turn off the  
automatic loading of amssymb...


Is there any way I can do this in LyX?

I am having no success adding
\usepackage{lucimatx}
in my document preamble, using Document>Settings>Latex Preamble The  
reason is that LyX automatically loads amssymb (and I think that also  
amsfonts) as soon as characters such as \mathbb{E} are employed. Is  
there any way to turn off this behavior?


I tried using the Settings>Math Option and turning of AMS math (and  
loading it myself the preamble) with no luck. That only controls  
amsmath, not the automatic loading of amssymb (or amsfonts I believe).


For reference, things work fine if I write a latex file such as:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\usepackage{lucimatx}

\begin{document}

Some math:
\begin{equation}
\mathbb{E}[f(x)]=\int_0^\infty f(x)g(x)dx
\end{equation}

\end{document}

The problem is if I try to do something analogous in LyX (with  
\usepackage{lucimatx} stuck in the Latex preamble under settings) LyX  
loads amssymb which conflicts with lucimatx and I get an error which  
stops the compile. I can see that the line \usepackage{amssymb} is  
added at the top of the preamble in an export from LyX.


Any help much appreciated.

-Ivan


Re: emphasis as underline?

2008-07-17 Thread John Coppens
On Wed, 16 Jul 2008 18:43:25 -0600 (MDT)
Michele Lynn Olsen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> So, it seems that mine is not most systems, but if it can be changed
> from italic, it should be able to be changed to italic--but how?

Hallo Michele,

I'm no great expert, but I suspect that LyX always shows emphasis as
italic, and exports that as tags. The post processor will then select the
way to render emphasis. I suspect that you TeX environment is configured
to render emphasis differently - or maybe you have selected a layout that
modifies its definition. Does this happen with the default layout too?

John


Re: Lyx for business

2008-07-17 Thread Hellmut Weber

Hi Christian,


Thanks for your help, i finally made it Examples/HellmutsBusiness


*lol*  I can't say why, but that name is funny - I like it :-)

I added some minor stuff to
http://wiki.lyx.org/Examples/HellmutsBusiness

just look in the history
http://wiki.lyx.org/Examples/HellmutsBusiness?action=diff
to see what I did (and undo it if you don't like it).

Thanks for your contributions.
It was my very first try with a wiki entry.

Cheers

Hellmut

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Re: amssymb and amsfonts defaults

2008-07-17 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Paul A. Rubin wrote:

Ivan Werning wrote:
I would like to compile my lyx document without amsymb and amsfonts 
package (but I do want the amsmath) loaded automatically because I 
would like to add another font package, lucimatx, that defines 
substitutes for it and dos things differently. see explanation here

http://www.pctex.com/kb/58.html

The bottom line is that my font packages conflict with amsymb and 
amsfonts and I need to turn the latter off.  How can do this?


I added the necessary preamble lines to load my font packages in 
Documents>Settings>Preamble but going through the pdflatex log I see 
that lyx is calling amssymb and I cannot access the lyx default for 
that in any menu that I could find.


Thanks!

-Ivan


You can suppress loading of the AMS packages in Document -> Settings... 
-> Math Options (deselect both the first two choices).  Then add 
\usepackage{amsmath} in the preamble.


/Paul




Ivan asked me to post the follow-up to this.  (We continued the 
discussion offline.)


Turns out I was wrong.  If you turn off AMS loading but then use an AMS 
symbol in a formula somewhere (such as \mathbb{R}), LyX spots this and 
automatically loads the amssymb and amsfonts packages, which are 
incompatible with lucimatx.  The best solution would probably be a 
couple more check boxes to allow the user to suppress automatic loading 
of those packages as well.


/Paul



Re: Inconsistent indentation behaviour after LyX-Code and Program Listing Inset

2008-07-17 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:

Paul A. Rubin wrote:

I think it's a consequence of LyX setting the input encoding to latin1
(and surrounding the listing with \begingroup ... \endgroup).


No, without those, it shows exactly the same behaviour.


Not if you also take out the two blank lines that LyX inserts after 
\endgroup.



Still, am I right that forcing latin1
in the listings environment means that you cannot in fact put, say, CJK
characters in a comment that escapes to LaTeX?  Seems a bit restrictive.

Maybe you should open a bugzilla entry about this.


A bugzilla report does not strike me very sensible, since this is not a LyX 
bug, but a listings bug/restriction.


The listings package does not require or force the \begingroup + 
\inputencoding{latin1} + \endgroup commands, nor the two blank lines. 
The blank lines are purely LyX.  It seems to me that there has already 
been discussion elsewhere of situations in which LyX inserts unwanted 
blank lines.  As far as the input encoding goes, my guess is that 
whoever coded the listings support put this in to prevent the user from 
accidentally blowing up the package by using a multibyte encoding. 
However, as I mentioned above, the package specifically provides an 
escape-to-LaTeX mechanism that allows the user to insert text from other 
encodings.  This presumably would be blocked by the current LyX 
implementation (although I'm not the person to test this, since I'm 
blissfully ignorant about non-Latin encodings).


One last thing.  The listings package allows you to specify an escape 
character that delimits strings that should be passed directly to LaTeX. 
 So, taking an excerpt from the .tex version of Álvaro's sample file,


...
\begin{lstlisting}[escapechar=`]
`\inputencoding{latin1}`
This is a lstlisting code added through an inset.
LyX surrounds this with\begingroup and\endgroup,
and creates a new paragraph after this one.
\end{lstlisting}
This is indented.\LyX{}-Code behaves differently than code listing
insets.Isn't this a contradiction to the User Guide?
...

seems to work.  I can't test whether the encoding limitation is being 
enforced, but the \inputencoding command is not printed in the listing, 
and the following line is not indented.  The problem with this approach 
is that different users will want different escape characters.


So fundamentally, I think, it's a question of whether protecting the 
user from himself on the encoding issue is worth the price.


/Paul



Re: LyX version 1.6.0 (beta 4) is released

2008-07-17 Thread Joost Verburg

José Matos wrote:

Prebuilt binaries (rpms for linux distributions, Mac OS X and Windows
installers) should soon be available at
ftp://ftp.lyx.org/pub/lyx/devel/


I have uploaded Windows installers to http://www.lyx.org/~joost/

Joost



Why 2 bibliographies?

2008-07-17 Thread H

Hello, I use LyX 1.5.5 with Inlinebib and Koma-script book with in-line full
citations style (working almost perfect).
The problem is the final bibliography (which would resume and sort all
references already cited in the text):

the unwanted result is 2 bibliographies:
1st one with correct Koma chapter character style
2nd one is with another (roman?) character style

Every reference is listed in just one of the two, with almost no criteria,
perhaps some of the most complex references are in 2nd bibliography... And
perhaps there are some more references in the 1st one. No references left
outside the 2 bibliographies.
I'm puzzled...

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1.6 beta4 crashing on Ubuntu

2008-07-17 Thread ashinpan
Hi!

I have just compiled Lyx 1.6 beta4 on Ubuntu (8.04) and installed it. When I
tried to open my Lyx documents, one document is constantly crashing when I
click on the title in the document (very strange).  Can someone tell me how
to fix it?

Ven. Pandita


Table Alignment

2008-07-17 Thread Paulina Restrepo

Hi,

I'm using Lyx 1.5.3 on a Mac, with Mac OS X version 10.4.11.

I have a table inside a float, and the word "Measure" on the table  
looks aligned in Lyx,
but when I compile into pdf it moves up. I haven't been able to fix  
its alignment. Here is the Lyx

file. Any ideas?

Thank you,

Paulina



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