Spellchecking in Australian English

2009-02-07 Thread Doug Laidlaw
The authors of aspell must be really parochial. To them, English means American, Canadian is a distinct language, and British English just does not exist. There are dictionaries for languages with a smaller user base than British English. I am writing a family history in Australian English,

Re: Spellchecking in Australian English

2009-02-07 Thread Cameron Stone
I use ispell with the british dictionary. In LyX 1.6.1 (on ubuntu intrepid) you can set this in Tools-Preferences-Language_Settings-Spellchecker. Just select ispell from the Spellchecker executable at the top, then type in british in the Alternative language textbox. You probably need to have the

SV: Uppertitleback and lowertitleback cannot be shown in pdf

2009-02-07 Thread Ingar Pareliussen
Hi, You need to turn on twosided output in Document preferences. I'm not cetain why this is necessary in 1.6 compared to 1.5. but atleast you get your upper and lower titlebacck. Ingar

Re: Uppertitleback and lowertitleback cannot be shown in pdf

2009-02-07 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Waluyo Adi Siswanto wrote: Could anyone advice me how to use upper and lowertitleback in LyX 1.6.1 DocumentSettingsPage layoutTwo-sided document. Jürgen

Re: Spellchecking in Australian English

2009-02-07 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 4 févr. 09 à 06:10, Doug Laidlaw a écrit : The authors of aspell must be really parochial. To them, English means American, Canadian is a distinct language, and British English just does not exist. There are dictionaries for languages with a smaller user base than British English.

Re: Spellchecking in Australian English

2009-02-07 Thread Doug Laidlaw
That isn't what is in the drop-down spelling config. I can have English or Canadian. If I choose English, I get U.S. spellings, and British is flagged as errors. That is certainly not enough. Perhaps aspell can be influenced by my Locale settings, but LyX blocks that. Certainly I can have

Changing default fonts.

2009-02-07 Thread Doug Laidlaw
I am writing a book. I sent my publisher a sample of what I had written in LyX (using the koma book template,) and he likes the appearance. But he disagrees with some fonts. He tells me that quotations and URLs should be in italics. Quotations are in default font like blockquotes, and URLs

Re: Changing default fonts.

2009-02-07 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Doug Laidlaw wrote: I am writing a book.  I sent my publisher a sample of what I had written in LyX (using the koma book template,) and he likes the appearance.  But he disagrees with some fonts.  He tells me that quotations and URLs should be in italics.  Quotations are in default font like

New way for SVG graphics

2009-02-07 Thread Manveru
All Happy LyX Users, I would like to share with you my new method of handling SVG graphics from LyX to pdflatex. I've just tested this method and it works pretty nice. I had some issues with my early-betas of Inkscape, and this new method solved my problem. I tried to use Apache Batik, which

Re: SV: Uppertitleback and lowertitleback cannot be shown in pdf

2009-02-07 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
Thanks Ingar.. also Jurgen Yes it works... I just forgot that upper and lowertitleback only for two-sided documents. WAS On Sat, 2009-02-07 at 10:58 +0100, Ingar Pareliussen wrote: Hi, You need to turn on twosided output in Document preferences. I'm not cetain why this is necessary in

Re: Bessere Darstellung von eingefügten PDF-Seiten

2009-02-07 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
a b wrote: ich möchte meiner Arbeit ein Deckblatt voranstellen, dass im PDF-Format vorliegt. Wenn ich die Datei über Externes Material pdfpages einfüge, wird sie allerdings als Rastergrafik eingefügt und sieht sehr verpixelt aus. Kann ich das Deckblatt irgendwie anders einbinden, sodass es

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
On Friday 06 February 2009 09:32:12 A B wrote: perhaps a live CD with a whatever-Lyx would be helpful to demonstrate its merrit to those who care Wolfgang I'd say: create converters that are shipped with LyX instead! If I may generalize a little The word users are of two kinds: the

Re: How do I get a script r like in Griffith's

2009-02-07 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
James Westover wrote: How do I create the lower case script r like in Griffith's Introduction to Electrodynamics? This has been brought up before but was misunderstood the last time. A good example of the character of interest is found at

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread Erez Yerushalmi
A few threads back, someone mentioned a light LyX version. (A light version that you wouldn't need the latex. You could edit the text, and and see the equations) I couldn't help thinking about adobe's PDF reader vs. PDF convert. 10 years ago, most people used PDF readers, and only academics

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Sat, 7 Feb 2009, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: On Friday 06 February 2009 09:32:12 A B wrote: perhaps a live CD with a whatever-Lyx would be helpful to demonstrate its merrit to those who care Actually, a complete installation of LyX, LaTeX and various software on a CD could be a good idea,

Re: multiple indexes and section numbers

2009-02-07 Thread John White
I lied. The 0.1 is not in Section numbering in article class. Rather 0.1 numbering comes up, in 1.6.1 at least, only if I go directly to Subsection, without first putting something in section. I got out of the habit of doing this (using Section) in earlier versions as the font in Section was

Re: Spellchecking in Australian English

2009-02-07 Thread M-L
On Sun, 8 Feb 2009, Doug Laidlaw engaged keyboard and shared this with us all: --} That isn't what is in the drop-down spelling config.  I can have English --} or Canadian.  If I choose English, I get U.S. spellings, and British is --} flagged as errors.  That is certainly not enough.  Perhaps

Re: External commands?

2009-02-07 Thread Pavel Sanda
Matts Lindström wrote: Hello! Simple question: is it possible to pipe the lyx-buffer through a external command (for instance wc or sed on linux?). Running lyx 1.6.1. in the upcoming 1.6.2 you can (mis)use vc-command lfun, eg vc-command RD $$p yourscript $$i pavel

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread Pavel Sanda
Christian Ridderström wrote: perhaps a live CD with a whatever-Lyx would be helpful to demonstrate its merrit to those who care Actually, a complete installation of LyX, LaTeX and various software on a CD could be a good idea, assuming it can be run without installing it. I'm not sure it's

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Sat, 7 Feb 2009, Pavel Sanda wrote: Christian Ridderström wrote: perhaps a live CD with a whatever-Lyx would be helpful to demonstrate its merrit to those who care Actually, a complete installation of LyX, LaTeX and various software on a CD could be a good idea, assuming it can be run

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread typhoon
On Sat, 7 Feb 2009, Pavel Sanda wrote: Christian Ridderström wrote: perhaps a live CD with a whatever-Lyx would be helpful to demonstrate its merrit to those who care Actually, a complete installation of LyX, LaTeX and various software on a CD could be a good idea, assuming it can be run

Re: SIAM layout

2009-02-07 Thread m7han
Thanks David, I will let you know if I find any something useful. On Sat, Feb 7, 2009 at 12:10 AM, dmbortz (via Nabble) ml-user+163449-1673832...@n2.nabble.comml-user%2b163449-1673832...@n2.nabble.com wrote: uMeng, Nope. I'm seriously considering assigning one of my grad students to

Spellchecking in Australian English

2009-02-07 Thread Doug Laidlaw
The authors of aspell must be really parochial. To them, English means American, Canadian is a distinct language, and British English just does not exist. There are dictionaries for languages with a smaller user base than British English. I am writing a family history in Australian English,

Re: Spellchecking in Australian English

2009-02-07 Thread Cameron Stone
I use ispell with the british dictionary. In LyX 1.6.1 (on ubuntu intrepid) you can set this in Tools-Preferences-Language_Settings-Spellchecker. Just select ispell from the Spellchecker executable at the top, then type in british in the Alternative language textbox. You probably need to have the

SV: Uppertitleback and lowertitleback cannot be shown in pdf

2009-02-07 Thread Ingar Pareliussen
Hi, You need to turn on twosided output in Document preferences. I'm not cetain why this is necessary in 1.6 compared to 1.5. but atleast you get your upper and lower titlebacck. Ingar

Re: Uppertitleback and lowertitleback cannot be shown in pdf

2009-02-07 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Waluyo Adi Siswanto wrote: Could anyone advice me how to use upper and lowertitleback in LyX 1.6.1 DocumentSettingsPage layoutTwo-sided document. Jürgen

Re: Spellchecking in Australian English

2009-02-07 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 4 févr. 09 à 06:10, Doug Laidlaw a écrit : The authors of aspell must be really parochial. To them, English means American, Canadian is a distinct language, and British English just does not exist. There are dictionaries for languages with a smaller user base than British English.

Re: Spellchecking in Australian English

2009-02-07 Thread Doug Laidlaw
That isn't what is in the drop-down spelling config. I can have English or Canadian. If I choose English, I get U.S. spellings, and British is flagged as errors. That is certainly not enough. Perhaps aspell can be influenced by my Locale settings, but LyX blocks that. Certainly I can have

Changing default fonts.

2009-02-07 Thread Doug Laidlaw
I am writing a book. I sent my publisher a sample of what I had written in LyX (using the koma book template,) and he likes the appearance. But he disagrees with some fonts. He tells me that quotations and URLs should be in italics. Quotations are in default font like blockquotes, and URLs

Re: Changing default fonts.

2009-02-07 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Doug Laidlaw wrote: I am writing a book.  I sent my publisher a sample of what I had written in LyX (using the koma book template,) and he likes the appearance.  But he disagrees with some fonts.  He tells me that quotations and URLs should be in italics.  Quotations are in default font like

New way for SVG graphics

2009-02-07 Thread Manveru
All Happy LyX Users, I would like to share with you my new method of handling SVG graphics from LyX to pdflatex. I've just tested this method and it works pretty nice. I had some issues with my early-betas of Inkscape, and this new method solved my problem. I tried to use Apache Batik, which

Re: SV: Uppertitleback and lowertitleback cannot be shown in pdf

2009-02-07 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
Thanks Ingar.. also Jurgen Yes it works... I just forgot that upper and lowertitleback only for two-sided documents. WAS On Sat, 2009-02-07 at 10:58 +0100, Ingar Pareliussen wrote: Hi, You need to turn on twosided output in Document preferences. I'm not cetain why this is necessary in

Re: Bessere Darstellung von eingefügten PDF-Seiten

2009-02-07 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
a b wrote: ich möchte meiner Arbeit ein Deckblatt voranstellen, dass im PDF-Format vorliegt. Wenn ich die Datei über Externes Material pdfpages einfüge, wird sie allerdings als Rastergrafik eingefügt und sieht sehr verpixelt aus. Kann ich das Deckblatt irgendwie anders einbinden, sodass es

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
On Friday 06 February 2009 09:32:12 A B wrote: perhaps a live CD with a whatever-Lyx would be helpful to demonstrate its merrit to those who care Wolfgang I'd say: create converters that are shipped with LyX instead! If I may generalize a little The word users are of two kinds: the

Re: How do I get a script r like in Griffith's

2009-02-07 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
James Westover wrote: How do I create the lower case script r like in Griffith's Introduction to Electrodynamics? This has been brought up before but was misunderstood the last time. A good example of the character of interest is found at

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread Erez Yerushalmi
A few threads back, someone mentioned a light LyX version. (A light version that you wouldn't need the latex. You could edit the text, and and see the equations) I couldn't help thinking about adobe's PDF reader vs. PDF convert. 10 years ago, most people used PDF readers, and only academics

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Sat, 7 Feb 2009, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: On Friday 06 February 2009 09:32:12 A B wrote: perhaps a live CD with a whatever-Lyx would be helpful to demonstrate its merrit to those who care Actually, a complete installation of LyX, LaTeX and various software on a CD could be a good idea,

Re: multiple indexes and section numbers

2009-02-07 Thread John White
I lied. The 0.1 is not in Section numbering in article class. Rather 0.1 numbering comes up, in 1.6.1 at least, only if I go directly to Subsection, without first putting something in section. I got out of the habit of doing this (using Section) in earlier versions as the font in Section was

Re: Spellchecking in Australian English

2009-02-07 Thread M-L
On Sun, 8 Feb 2009, Doug Laidlaw engaged keyboard and shared this with us all: --} That isn't what is in the drop-down spelling config.  I can have English --} or Canadian.  If I choose English, I get U.S. spellings, and British is --} flagged as errors.  That is certainly not enough.  Perhaps

Re: External commands?

2009-02-07 Thread Pavel Sanda
Matts Lindström wrote: Hello! Simple question: is it possible to pipe the lyx-buffer through a external command (for instance wc or sed on linux?). Running lyx 1.6.1. in the upcoming 1.6.2 you can (mis)use vc-command lfun, eg vc-command RD $$p yourscript $$i pavel

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread Pavel Sanda
Christian Ridderström wrote: perhaps a live CD with a whatever-Lyx would be helpful to demonstrate its merrit to those who care Actually, a complete installation of LyX, LaTeX and various software on a CD could be a good idea, assuming it can be run without installing it. I'm not sure it's

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Sat, 7 Feb 2009, Pavel Sanda wrote: Christian Ridderström wrote: perhaps a live CD with a whatever-Lyx would be helpful to demonstrate its merrit to those who care Actually, a complete installation of LyX, LaTeX and various software on a CD could be a good idea, assuming it can be run

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread typhoon
On Sat, 7 Feb 2009, Pavel Sanda wrote: Christian Ridderström wrote: perhaps a live CD with a whatever-Lyx would be helpful to demonstrate its merrit to those who care Actually, a complete installation of LyX, LaTeX and various software on a CD could be a good idea, assuming it can be run

Re: SIAM layout

2009-02-07 Thread m7han
Thanks David, I will let you know if I find any something useful. On Sat, Feb 7, 2009 at 12:10 AM, dmbortz (via Nabble) ml-user+163449-1673832...@n2.nabble.comml-user%2b163449-1673832...@n2.nabble.com wrote: uMeng, Nope. I'm seriously considering assigning one of my grad students to

Spellchecking in Australian English

2009-02-07 Thread Doug Laidlaw
The authors of aspell must be really parochial. To them, "English" means "American", Canadian is a distinct language, and British English just does not exist. There are dictionaries for languages with a smaller user base than British English. I am writing a family history in Australian

Re: Spellchecking in Australian English

2009-02-07 Thread Cameron Stone
I use ispell with the british dictionary. In LyX 1.6.1 (on ubuntu intrepid) you can set this in Tools->Preferences->Language_Settings->Spellchecker. Just select ispell from the Spellchecker executable at the top, then type in "british" in the "Alternative language" textbox. You probably need to

SV: Uppertitleback and lowertitleback cannot be shown in pdf

2009-02-07 Thread Ingar Pareliussen
Hi, You need to turn on twosided output in Document preferences. I'm not cetain why this is necessary in 1.6 compared to 1.5. but atleast you get your upper and lower titlebacck. Ingar

Re: Uppertitleback and lowertitleback cannot be shown in pdf

2009-02-07 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Waluyo Adi Siswanto wrote: > Could anyone advice me how to use upper and lowertitleback in LyX 1.6.1 Document>Settings>Page layout>Two-sided document. Jürgen

Re: Spellchecking in Australian English

2009-02-07 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 4 févr. 09 à 06:10, Doug Laidlaw a écrit : The authors of aspell must be really parochial. To them, "English" means "American", Canadian is a distinct language, and British English just does not exist. There are dictionaries for languages with a smaller user base than British

Re: Spellchecking in Australian English

2009-02-07 Thread Doug Laidlaw
That isn't what is in the drop-down spelling config. I can have "English" or "Canadian". If I choose English, I get U.S. spellings, and British is flagged as errors. That is certainly not enough. Perhaps aspell can be influenced by my Locale settings, but LyX blocks that. Certainly I can

Changing default fonts.

2009-02-07 Thread Doug Laidlaw
I am writing a book. I sent my publisher a sample of what I had written in LyX (using the koma book template,) and he likes the appearance. But he disagrees with some fonts. He tells me that quotations and URLs should be in italics. Quotations are in default font like blockquotes, and URLs

Re: Changing default fonts.

2009-02-07 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Doug Laidlaw wrote: > I am writing a book.  I sent my publisher a sample of what I had written in > LyX (using the koma book template,) and he likes the appearance.  But he > disagrees with some fonts.  He tells me that quotations and URLs should be > in italics.  Quotations are in default font

New way for SVG graphics

2009-02-07 Thread Manveru
All Happy LyX Users, I would like to share with you my new method of handling SVG graphics from LyX to pdflatex. I've just tested this method and it works pretty nice. I had some issues with my early-betas of Inkscape, and this new method solved my problem. I tried to use Apache Batik, which

Re: SV: Uppertitleback and lowertitleback cannot be shown in pdf

2009-02-07 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
Thanks Ingar.. also Jurgen Yes it works... I just forgot that upper and lowertitleback only for two-sided documents. WAS On Sat, 2009-02-07 at 10:58 +0100, Ingar Pareliussen wrote: > Hi, > > You need to turn on twosided output in Document preferences. > > I'm not cetain why this is necessary

Re: Bessere Darstellung von eingefügten PDF-Seiten

2009-02-07 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
a b wrote: > ich möchte meiner Arbeit ein Deckblatt voranstellen, dass im PDF-Format > vorliegt. Wenn ich die Datei über "Externes Material" > pdfpages einfüge, > wird sie allerdings als Rastergrafik eingefügt und sieht sehr verpixelt > aus. Kann ich das Deckblatt irgendwie anders einbinden,

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
On Friday 06 February 2009 09:32:12 A B wrote: perhaps a live CD with a whatever-Lyx would be helpful to demonstrate its merrit to those who care Wolfgang > > I'd say: create converters that are shipped with LyX instead! > > If I may generalize a little > The word users are of two kinds:

Re: How do I get a script r like in Griffith's

2009-02-07 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
James Westover wrote: > How do I create the lower case script r like in Griffith's Introduction to > Electrodynamics? This has been brought up before but was misunderstood the > last time. A good example of the character of interest is found at >

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread Erez Yerushalmi
A few threads back, someone mentioned a "light LyX" version. (A light version that you wouldn't need the latex. You could edit the text, and and see the equations) I couldn't help thinking about adobe's "PDF reader" vs. "PDF convert". 10 years ago, most people used PDF readers, and only

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Sat, 7 Feb 2009, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: On Friday 06 February 2009 09:32:12 A B wrote: perhaps a live CD with a whatever-Lyx would be helpful to demonstrate its merrit to those who care Actually, a complete installation of LyX, LaTeX and various software on a CD could be a good idea,

Re: multiple indexes and section numbers

2009-02-07 Thread John White
I lied. The 0.1 is not in Section numbering in article class. Rather 0.1 numbering comes up, in 1.6.1 at least, only if I go directly to Subsection, without first putting something in section. I got out of the habit of doing this (using Section) in earlier versions as the font in Section was

Re: Spellchecking in Australian English

2009-02-07 Thread M-L
On Sun, 8 Feb 2009, Doug Laidlaw engaged keyboard and shared this with us all: >--} That isn't what is in the drop-down spelling config.  I can have > "English" --} or "Canadian".  If I choose English, I get U.S. spellings, > and British is --} flagged as errors.  That is certainly not enough. >  

Re: External commands?

2009-02-07 Thread Pavel Sanda
Matts Lindström wrote: > Hello! Simple question: is it possible to pipe the lyx-buffer through a > external command (for instance wc or sed on linux?). Running lyx 1.6.1. in the upcoming 1.6.2 you can (mis)use vc-command lfun, eg vc-command RD $$p "yourscript $$i" pavel

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread Pavel Sanda
Christian Ridderström wrote: >> perhaps a live CD with a whatever-Lyx would be helpful to demonstrate its >> merrit to those who care > > Actually, a complete installation of LyX, LaTeX and various software on a > CD could be a good idea, assuming it can be run without installing it. > I'm not

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Sat, 7 Feb 2009, Pavel Sanda wrote: Christian Ridderström wrote: perhaps a live CD with a whatever-Lyx would be helpful to demonstrate its merrit to those who care Actually, a complete installation of LyX, LaTeX and various software on a CD could be a good idea, assuming it can be run

Re: Strategies for Writing Co-operation with Non-LyX Users?

2009-02-07 Thread typhoon
> On Sat, 7 Feb 2009, Pavel Sanda wrote: > >> Christian Ridderström wrote: perhaps a live CD with a whatever-Lyx would be helpful to demonstrate its merrit to those who care >>> >>> Actually, a complete installation of LyX, LaTeX and various software on >>> a >>> CD could be a good

Re: SIAM layout

2009-02-07 Thread m7han
Thanks David, I will let you know if I find any something useful. On Sat, Feb 7, 2009 at 12:10 AM, dmbortz (via Nabble) < ml-user+163449-1673832...@n2.nabble.com > wrote: > uMeng, >Nope. I'm seriously considering assigning one of my grad students