Select all part/chapter/section

2009-10-30 Thread Manolo Martí­nez

Dear list,

In a long document, is there any way to select a whole part, chapter or 
section without having to drag the cursor through it?


Thanks,
Manolo


Re: tufte-handout.layout outdated

2009-10-30 Thread Joachim Osnabryg

Am 30.10.2009, 02:40 Uhr, schrieb Uwe Stöhr uwesto...@web.de:
To make LyX files created with the old layout work, you need to open the  
LyX file with a text editor and replace

- CharStyle:SmallCaps with SmallCaps
- CharStyle:AllCaps with AllCaps
- CharStyle:NewThought with NewThought


Very good, I'll find a way to change it at a single blow with  
TextWrangler, I hope.


But that's not all. Some formatations seem not to go, e. g. the  
multicolumn package that I uses to insert a full-width two-colomn parbox  
or minipage with my contact data on the end of an article. But these are  
not necessary for me.


Another transfer problem:

In my immediate try, when opening an elder tufte-handout made LyX file,  
there are stopping errors (the pdf in LyX tmp insufficiently made); but  
when copying the whole content of one of these files to your new  
handout-sample.lyx file, it works. This would mean laborious transition  
work.


In case, that you get another idea for that or how to avoid it, let it  
know, please. If not, then I have to take the time for this work.


Tell me, if I shall send you an real file LyX file (of 2, 3 pages), made  
with the elder handout.cls and .layout …


regards, joachim
--
MacTeXLive 2008 - TeXShop 2.18-svn - LyX 1.6.4.1
MacBook Pro OSX 10.4.11 Tiger (intel)



Re: tufte-handout.layout outdated

2009-10-30 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Joachim Osnabryg schrieb:

But that's not all. Some formatations seem not to go, e. g. the 
multicolumn package that I uses to insert a full-width two-colomn parbox 
or minipage with my contact data on the end of an article. But these are 
not necessary for me.


Another transfer problem:...


Can you please send me a LyX example file to be able to reproduce the problem?

thanks and regards
Uwe


Re: Forcing a certain amount of lines after a heading

2009-10-30 Thread rgheck

On 10/29/2009 08:20 PM, Miguel Rubio-Roy wrote:

Yagodiazd...@...  writes:
   

You can use the command \enlargethispage{\baselineskip} to make the page one
more line longer or any other length in the command argument. But see the
documentation. See also the documentation of addlines package.
 

Hi Yago,
   I had already read about that command. The problem is I don't know which 
pages
I want to enlarge. I mean, if later on I add text before such heading, it could
jump to the following page, making the command unnecessary. I would prefer a
document-wide solution that just avoids this kind of situations.

   

http://xpt.sourceforge.net/techdocs/language/latex/latex35-OrphanSpaceControl/

Google for similar things.

rh



linebreak: URL in references

2009-10-30 Thread Leo Gürtler
Dear lyx list members,

while using apalike2 (bibtex) for the references, I have a problem with
url's. The url-link in the resulting pdf is cut at the linebreak. Thus,
url's are fragmentary if they should be used directly from the pdf
(pdflatex). The next line that continous the url-link is not a link
anymore and not related to the previous part of the url-link.

url's are imbedded in bibtex via:

...
 note = {\url{http://www.lyx.org}},
...

any help or suggestions to solve this problem?
thanks!

best,
leo


Re: linebreak: URL in references

2009-10-30 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Leo Gürtler schrieb:


url's are imbedded in bibtex via:
 note = {\url{http://www.lyx.org}},

any help or suggestions to solve this problem?


Does it help when you replace \url{link} with \href{link}{}? To make \href work, load hyperref 
in the LyX document settings under PDF options.


regards Uwe


Re: Select all part/chapter/section

2009-10-30 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Manolo Martí­nez schrieb:

In a long document, is there any way to select a whole part, chapter or 
section without having to drag the cursor through it?


Not yet. But please open an enhancement request at
http://www.lyx.org/trac/wiki/BugTrackerHome
so that such a feature can be implemented.

regards Uwe


RE: Select all part/chapter/section

2009-10-30 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW
 
 In a long document, is there any way to select a whole part, chapter 
 or section without having to drag the cursor through it?

Not yet. But please open an enhancement request at 
http://www.lyx.org/trac/wiki/BugTrackerHome
so that such a feature can be implemented.



No need for an enhancement request. The feature is already implemented in trunk.

Vincent


Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-10-30 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear LyX Users,

I have a quick question about custom layouts.  I've been in the process
of creating a custom layout file for the NIH grant LaTeX class
(http://www.cs.duke.edu/brd/NIH/tips/). By following the instructions in
the LyX documentation and modifying the existing article.layout, I've
been able to get most everything to work.  With one exception.

To be compliant with the NIH style guide (if it can be called that), I
need for sections to be labeled with letters rather than numbers.  For
example, it should be:

A Overview
B Background
C Methods
D Specific Methods
etc.

Right now it's labeled with numbers:

1 Overview
2 Background
3 Methods
4 Specific Methods
etc.

This problem doesn't appear when generating a document from stock LaTeX
or from Kile (which I suppose is stock LaTeX); only from LyX.  I'm not
sure what is causing it or how to fix it.  In order to make it easier to
edit certain properties, I've moved a few things around.  The
original .cls file included information about custom headers and
footers, which I've removed and placed in a .lyx document I intend to
use as a template.  But there was no code specific to section numbering.
All files are being generated off of the modified LaTeX cls file, so I
don't think that is where the problem is.

Does anyone have any ideas on how I can tell LyX/LaTeX to use letters
rather than numbers for section numbering?

Cheers,

Rob Oakes



Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-10-30 Thread rgheck

On 10/30/2009 10:52 AM, Rob Oakes wrote:

Dear LyX Users,

I have a quick question about custom layouts.  I've been in the process
of creating a custom layout file for the NIH grant LaTeX class
(http://www.cs.duke.edu/brd/NIH/tips/). By following the instructions in
the LyX documentation and modifying the existing article.layout, I've
been able to get most everything to work.  With one exception.

To be compliant with the NIH style guide (if it can be called that), I
need for sections to be labeled with letters rather than numbers.  For
example, it should be:

A Overview
B Background
C Methods
D Specific Methods
etc.

Right now it's labeled with numbers:

1 Overview
2 Background
3 Methods
4 Specific Methods
etc.

This problem doesn't appear when generating a document from stock LaTeX
or from Kile (which I suppose is stock LaTeX); only from LyX.  I'm not
sure what is causing it or how to fix it.  In order to make it easier to
edit certain properties, I've moved a few things around.  The
original .cls file included information about custom headers and
footers, which I've removed and placed in a .lyx document I intend to
use as a template.  But there was no code specific to section numbering.
All files are being generated off of the modified LaTeX cls file, so I
don't think that is where the problem is.

Does anyone have any ideas on how I can tell LyX/LaTeX to use letters
rather than numbers for section numbering?

   
I'd need to see the layout file and a simple document that illustrated 
the problem. There are too many things that could have gone wrong.


Richard



www.lyx.org

2009-10-30 Thread Konrad Blum

Hi,

I get a strange page, when trying to access www.lyx.org - and the given 
links are so slow...


Any hint, what the situation ist?

-KB

-
   Konrad Blum / kb...@uni-oldenburg.de / Tel. +49-441-798-3212




Re: www.lyx.org

2009-10-30 Thread Sven Hoexter
On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 04:37:43PM +0100, Konrad Blum wrote:
 Hi,
 
 I get a strange page, when trying to access www.lyx.org - and the
 given links are so slow...
 
 Any hint, what the situation ist?

There's been a mail from LGB that the university hosting the system is
switching to some new/different hardware and upgrading the operating system.

HTH
Sven
-- 
If God passed a mic to me to speak
I'd say stay in bed, world
Sleep in peace
   [The Cardigans - 03:45: No sleep]


Re: linebreak: URL in references

2009-10-30 Thread obregonmateo
On Friday 30 October 2009, Uwe Stöhr wrote:
 Leo Gürtler schrieb:
 
  url's are imbedded in bibtex via:
   note = {\url{http://www.lyx.org}},
 
 Does it help when you replace \url{link} with \href{link}{}? To make 
 \href work, load hyperref 
 in the LyX document settings under PDF options.

I use the doipubmed package with aplike bibtex files (\usepackage{doipubmed} in 
the preamble) and I use the \citeurl{http://...} command in the note={} or 
howpublished={} bibtex elements. The hyperref package is selected (lyx 1.6.4), 
and the pdf links work.

Mateo.


Re: Forcing a certain amount of lines after a heading

2009-10-30 Thread Miguel Rubio-Roy
rgheck rgh...@... writes:
 http://xpt.sourceforge.net/techdocs/language/latex/latex35-OrphanSpaceControl/
 
 Google for similar things.
 

Hi, I haven't found anything useful there. Am I missing something? The problem
is not with orphan or widow lines, but with short (2-line) paragraphs preceded
by a heading, and at the bottom of a page.

I wanted LaTeX to format me the book ok on the fly, but I guess the solution
will be to review the output once is everything written and proof read.

Miguel



Re: Forcing a certain amount of lines after a heading

2009-10-30 Thread rgheck

On 10/30/2009 12:52 PM, Miguel Rubio-Roy wrote:

rgheckrgh...@...  writes:
   

http://xpt.sourceforge.net/techdocs/language/latex/latex35-OrphanSpaceControl/

Google for similar things.

 

Hi, I haven't found anything useful there. Am I missing something? The problem
is not with orphan or widow lines, but with short (2-line) paragraphs preceded
by a heading, and at the bottom of a page.

   
I see. I don't know if there's a specific sort of parameter for that, 
but I'd think there was: one that determined how low down a section 
heading can go.


You might try asking on comp.text.tex.

rh



Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-10-30 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear Richard and other LyX Users,

I managed to solve a few of the formatting problems.  To change the
section labels from numbers to letters, I added the following to the
nih.cls file:

\def\thesection{\Alph{section}}

That solved the output problem.  Now I am trying to get the labels for
section, subsection, and subsubsection to match the LaTeX output.  I've
been able to figure it out for section:

Style Section
LabelType Counter
LabelCounter  section
LabelString   \Alph{section}
End

But I've been stumped on how to do the same thing for subsection and
subsubsection.  This still show 1.1 and 1.1.1 respectively, but only in
LyX.  The LaTeX output is correct.

Cheers,

Rob



problem with lyx equations on mac

2009-10-30 Thread Eric Clarkson

10/30/09

Problem with LyX 1.6 on my Mac (Downloaded yesterday). If an equation  
(in-line or display) has a mathbold character in it then, when the  
cursor is moved out of the equation box, the equation is displayed at  
the top of a very large white box. Nothing else appears in the box  
and I have to scroll down to get out of the box and see what follows  
the equation. This only happens with mathbold characters, other   
special fonts do not create this effect.


clarksone...@mac.com



question regarding LyX's placement of hyperref

2009-10-30 Thread Venable
Dear LyX users,

I have a small question about the way LyX places hyperref among other
packages. From exporting LyX files to plain latex, it appears that LyX
does not place hyperref last among the packages, as recommended in the
hyperref manual. This is innocuous 99% of the time but has in my
experience caused problems for some more esoteric packages such as
bibentry or endfloat.

A simple workaround is to hand-code \usepackage{hyperref} (with
whatever options) into the LaTeX preamble rather than using the PDF
Properties pulldown menu. However, since the pulldown menu is very
convenient, I'm wondering if there's a way to customize LyX to place
hyperref in the right place.

Thanks.


Re: Epsilon ran off ...

2009-10-30 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Günter,

Thanks for the reply.

Guenter Milde wrote:

On 2009-10-19, Paul A. Rubin wrote:
... and took varrho with it.  This is some sort of screen font problem, 
but one I don't recall seeing reported before.


I've got a copy of LyX 1.6.3 installed on Mint Gloria (a Linux distro 
built over Ubuntu -- Jaunty Jackalope, I think).  Of the Greek letters 
in the math palette, all but two (\epsilon and \varrho) display 
correctly in formulas; those two show up as text in the GUI (display 
correctly in output).


Usually missing math glyphs are the result of a missing screen font, but 
it seems unlikely to be the case here since only two glyphs are missing. 
  I've also got LyX 1.6.3 installed on an Ubuntu (Jaunty) box, and the 
glyphs are present there.


This is very likely, as these could be Greek *variants* missing from a font
that provides basic Greek letters.


That would make sense for \varrho, but it's the regular \epsilon (not 
\varepsilon) that's missing.


(Are the Greek letters *in math* upright or cursive?


Now that you mention it, they're upright.  Which is odd.  I checked my 
Ubuntu box, which also has LyX 1.6.3 on it (and where Greek letters in 
math appear slanted, and \epsilon is what it should be).  The Ubuntu box 
is using DejaVu Serif/Sans/Sans Mono for the screen fonts.  So is the 
Mint Gloria installation.  I checked with Synaptic, and they both have 
the same version (2.28-1) of the ttf-deja-whatever fonts installed (all 
three packages).



Any suggestions where I could look for the cause?


Try a different screen font.


I did.  There was a slight change in font width, but the Greek letters 
in math mode remained upright, and \epsilon remained epsilon (no glyph).


/Paul



Cannot specify bullets

2009-10-30 Thread Guillaume Yziquel

Hi.

I'm using Lyx 1.6.4, and I'm having trouble specifying the bullets 
properly. When I'm generating .pdf files, my bullets are always dashes, 
no matter what I do to specify the bullets in the preferences menu.


Is this a known issue?

Here's what I have in my .lyx file


\bullet 1 0 8 -1
\bullet 2 0 8 -1
\bullet 3 0 8 -1


Here's the version information:


LyX 1.6.4 (2009-08-22)
Built on Aug 27 2009, 17:44:44
Configuration
  Host type:x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
  Special build flags:  aiksaurus warnings  use-aspell use-ispell
  C   Compiler: gcc 
  C   Compiler LyX flags:
  C   Compiler flags:-g -O2

  C++ Compiler: g++ (4.3.4)
  C++ Compiler LyX flags:
  C++ Compiler flags:-g -O2
  Linker flags: 
  Linker user flags: -Wl,-z,defs -Wl,--as-needed -Wl,-z,defs -Wl,--as-needed

  Qt 4 Frontend:
  Qt 4 version: 4.5.2
  Packaging:posix
  LyX binary dir:   /usr/bin
  LyX files dir:/usr/share/lyx


Advice welcome...

--
 Guillaume Yziquel
http://yziquel.homelinux.org/


Re: Select all part/chapter/section

2009-10-30 Thread Manolo Martí­nez

Thanks!
M

Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW escribió:
 
  
In a long document, is there any way to select a whole part, chapter 
or section without having to drag the cursor through it?
  
Not yet. But please open an enhancement request at 
http://www.lyx.org/trac/wiki/BugTrackerHome

so that such a feature can be implemented.





No need for an enhancement request. The feature is already implemented in trunk.

Vincent

  




Colour of hyperlinks.

2009-10-30 Thread Guillaume Yziquel

Hi.

I'm just finishing up a document, and I'm now focusing on hyperrefs, 
urls, and the like.


Now, when I make URI hyperrefs, the colour is an ugly pink (well not so 
ugly, by the way). Is there a way to change the colour of the link. 
Couldn't find how to do it...


All the best,

--
 Guillaume Yziquel
http://yziquel.homelinux.org/


Re: Colour of hyperlinks.

2009-10-30 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
Have you tried to write additional commands in Hyperref dialog
(DocumentSettingsPDF Properties):

linkcolor=blue,citecolor=blue,urlcolor=blue

It works in book Koma-script

WAS

2009/10/31 Guillaume Yziquel guillaume.yziq...@citycable.ch:
 Hi.

 I'm just finishing up a document, and I'm now focusing on hyperrefs, urls,
 and the like.

 Now, when I make URI hyperrefs, the colour is an ugly pink (well not so
 ugly, by the way). Is there a way to change the colour of the link. Couldn't
 find how to do it...

 All the best,

 --
     Guillaume Yziquel
 http://yziquel.homelinux.org/



pdf changed when using fncychap

2009-10-30 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
Hi all LyX users

I wrote in LyX LaTeX preample:

 \usepackage[Lenny]{fncychap}

but when I viewed pdf, I found two problems:
a. It changed the sidepane of pdf bookmarks, all chapters under the preface
b. Some of the link to the page in TOC are not accurate, (not the same
with the page number showed in pdf). If I click from TOC, it goes to
the wrong page.

If I dissable \usepackage[Lenny]{fncychap}  the pdf output back to normal.

Could anyone help me to get correct links in pdf output when using fncychap?

Thanks
WAS


Select all part/chapter/section

2009-10-30 Thread Manolo Martí­nez

Dear list,

In a long document, is there any way to select a whole part, chapter or 
section without having to drag the cursor through it?


Thanks,
Manolo


Re: tufte-handout.layout outdated

2009-10-30 Thread Joachim Osnabryg

Am 30.10.2009, 02:40 Uhr, schrieb Uwe Stöhr uwesto...@web.de:
To make LyX files created with the old layout work, you need to open the  
LyX file with a text editor and replace

- CharStyle:SmallCaps with SmallCaps
- CharStyle:AllCaps with AllCaps
- CharStyle:NewThought with NewThought


Very good, I'll find a way to change it at a single blow with  
TextWrangler, I hope.


But that's not all. Some formatations seem not to go, e. g. the  
multicolumn package that I uses to insert a full-width two-colomn parbox  
or minipage with my contact data on the end of an article. But these are  
not necessary for me.


Another transfer problem:

In my immediate try, when opening an elder tufte-handout made LyX file,  
there are stopping errors (the pdf in LyX tmp insufficiently made); but  
when copying the whole content of one of these files to your new  
handout-sample.lyx file, it works. This would mean laborious transition  
work.


In case, that you get another idea for that or how to avoid it, let it  
know, please. If not, then I have to take the time for this work.


Tell me, if I shall send you an real file LyX file (of 2, 3 pages), made  
with the elder handout.cls and .layout …


regards, joachim
--
MacTeXLive 2008 - TeXShop 2.18-svn - LyX 1.6.4.1
MacBook Pro OSX 10.4.11 Tiger (intel)



Re: tufte-handout.layout outdated

2009-10-30 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Joachim Osnabryg schrieb:

But that's not all. Some formatations seem not to go, e. g. the 
multicolumn package that I uses to insert a full-width two-colomn parbox 
or minipage with my contact data on the end of an article. But these are 
not necessary for me.


Another transfer problem:...


Can you please send me a LyX example file to be able to reproduce the problem?

thanks and regards
Uwe


Re: Forcing a certain amount of lines after a heading

2009-10-30 Thread rgheck

On 10/29/2009 08:20 PM, Miguel Rubio-Roy wrote:

Yagodiazd...@...  writes:
   

You can use the command \enlargethispage{\baselineskip} to make the page one
more line longer or any other length in the command argument. But see the
documentation. See also the documentation of addlines package.
 

Hi Yago,
   I had already read about that command. The problem is I don't know which 
pages
I want to enlarge. I mean, if later on I add text before such heading, it could
jump to the following page, making the command unnecessary. I would prefer a
document-wide solution that just avoids this kind of situations.

   

http://xpt.sourceforge.net/techdocs/language/latex/latex35-OrphanSpaceControl/

Google for similar things.

rh



linebreak: URL in references

2009-10-30 Thread Leo Gürtler
Dear lyx list members,

while using apalike2 (bibtex) for the references, I have a problem with
url's. The url-link in the resulting pdf is cut at the linebreak. Thus,
url's are fragmentary if they should be used directly from the pdf
(pdflatex). The next line that continous the url-link is not a link
anymore and not related to the previous part of the url-link.

url's are imbedded in bibtex via:

...
 note = {\url{http://www.lyx.org}},
...

any help or suggestions to solve this problem?
thanks!

best,
leo


Re: linebreak: URL in references

2009-10-30 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Leo Gürtler schrieb:


url's are imbedded in bibtex via:
 note = {\url{http://www.lyx.org}},

any help or suggestions to solve this problem?


Does it help when you replace \url{link} with \href{link}{}? To make \href work, load hyperref 
in the LyX document settings under PDF options.


regards Uwe


Re: Select all part/chapter/section

2009-10-30 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Manolo Martí­nez schrieb:

In a long document, is there any way to select a whole part, chapter or 
section without having to drag the cursor through it?


Not yet. But please open an enhancement request at
http://www.lyx.org/trac/wiki/BugTrackerHome
so that such a feature can be implemented.

regards Uwe


RE: Select all part/chapter/section

2009-10-30 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW
 
 In a long document, is there any way to select a whole part, chapter 
 or section without having to drag the cursor through it?

Not yet. But please open an enhancement request at 
http://www.lyx.org/trac/wiki/BugTrackerHome
so that such a feature can be implemented.



No need for an enhancement request. The feature is already implemented in trunk.

Vincent


Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-10-30 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear LyX Users,

I have a quick question about custom layouts.  I've been in the process
of creating a custom layout file for the NIH grant LaTeX class
(http://www.cs.duke.edu/brd/NIH/tips/). By following the instructions in
the LyX documentation and modifying the existing article.layout, I've
been able to get most everything to work.  With one exception.

To be compliant with the NIH style guide (if it can be called that), I
need for sections to be labeled with letters rather than numbers.  For
example, it should be:

A Overview
B Background
C Methods
D Specific Methods
etc.

Right now it's labeled with numbers:

1 Overview
2 Background
3 Methods
4 Specific Methods
etc.

This problem doesn't appear when generating a document from stock LaTeX
or from Kile (which I suppose is stock LaTeX); only from LyX.  I'm not
sure what is causing it or how to fix it.  In order to make it easier to
edit certain properties, I've moved a few things around.  The
original .cls file included information about custom headers and
footers, which I've removed and placed in a .lyx document I intend to
use as a template.  But there was no code specific to section numbering.
All files are being generated off of the modified LaTeX cls file, so I
don't think that is where the problem is.

Does anyone have any ideas on how I can tell LyX/LaTeX to use letters
rather than numbers for section numbering?

Cheers,

Rob Oakes



Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-10-30 Thread rgheck

On 10/30/2009 10:52 AM, Rob Oakes wrote:

Dear LyX Users,

I have a quick question about custom layouts.  I've been in the process
of creating a custom layout file for the NIH grant LaTeX class
(http://www.cs.duke.edu/brd/NIH/tips/). By following the instructions in
the LyX documentation and modifying the existing article.layout, I've
been able to get most everything to work.  With one exception.

To be compliant with the NIH style guide (if it can be called that), I
need for sections to be labeled with letters rather than numbers.  For
example, it should be:

A Overview
B Background
C Methods
D Specific Methods
etc.

Right now it's labeled with numbers:

1 Overview
2 Background
3 Methods
4 Specific Methods
etc.

This problem doesn't appear when generating a document from stock LaTeX
or from Kile (which I suppose is stock LaTeX); only from LyX.  I'm not
sure what is causing it or how to fix it.  In order to make it easier to
edit certain properties, I've moved a few things around.  The
original .cls file included information about custom headers and
footers, which I've removed and placed in a .lyx document I intend to
use as a template.  But there was no code specific to section numbering.
All files are being generated off of the modified LaTeX cls file, so I
don't think that is where the problem is.

Does anyone have any ideas on how I can tell LyX/LaTeX to use letters
rather than numbers for section numbering?

   
I'd need to see the layout file and a simple document that illustrated 
the problem. There are too many things that could have gone wrong.


Richard



www.lyx.org

2009-10-30 Thread Konrad Blum

Hi,

I get a strange page, when trying to access www.lyx.org - and the given 
links are so slow...


Any hint, what the situation ist?

-KB

-
   Konrad Blum / kb...@uni-oldenburg.de / Tel. +49-441-798-3212




Re: www.lyx.org

2009-10-30 Thread Sven Hoexter
On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 04:37:43PM +0100, Konrad Blum wrote:
 Hi,
 
 I get a strange page, when trying to access www.lyx.org - and the
 given links are so slow...
 
 Any hint, what the situation ist?

There's been a mail from LGB that the university hosting the system is
switching to some new/different hardware and upgrading the operating system.

HTH
Sven
-- 
If God passed a mic to me to speak
I'd say stay in bed, world
Sleep in peace
   [The Cardigans - 03:45: No sleep]


Re: linebreak: URL in references

2009-10-30 Thread obregonmateo
On Friday 30 October 2009, Uwe Stöhr wrote:
 Leo Gürtler schrieb:
 
  url's are imbedded in bibtex via:
   note = {\url{http://www.lyx.org}},
 
 Does it help when you replace \url{link} with \href{link}{}? To make 
 \href work, load hyperref 
 in the LyX document settings under PDF options.

I use the doipubmed package with aplike bibtex files (\usepackage{doipubmed} in 
the preamble) and I use the \citeurl{http://...} command in the note={} or 
howpublished={} bibtex elements. The hyperref package is selected (lyx 1.6.4), 
and the pdf links work.

Mateo.


Re: Forcing a certain amount of lines after a heading

2009-10-30 Thread Miguel Rubio-Roy
rgheck rgh...@... writes:
 http://xpt.sourceforge.net/techdocs/language/latex/latex35-OrphanSpaceControl/
 
 Google for similar things.
 

Hi, I haven't found anything useful there. Am I missing something? The problem
is not with orphan or widow lines, but with short (2-line) paragraphs preceded
by a heading, and at the bottom of a page.

I wanted LaTeX to format me the book ok on the fly, but I guess the solution
will be to review the output once is everything written and proof read.

Miguel



Re: Forcing a certain amount of lines after a heading

2009-10-30 Thread rgheck

On 10/30/2009 12:52 PM, Miguel Rubio-Roy wrote:

rgheckrgh...@...  writes:
   

http://xpt.sourceforge.net/techdocs/language/latex/latex35-OrphanSpaceControl/

Google for similar things.

 

Hi, I haven't found anything useful there. Am I missing something? The problem
is not with orphan or widow lines, but with short (2-line) paragraphs preceded
by a heading, and at the bottom of a page.

   
I see. I don't know if there's a specific sort of parameter for that, 
but I'd think there was: one that determined how low down a section 
heading can go.


You might try asking on comp.text.tex.

rh



Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-10-30 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear Richard and other LyX Users,

I managed to solve a few of the formatting problems.  To change the
section labels from numbers to letters, I added the following to the
nih.cls file:

\def\thesection{\Alph{section}}

That solved the output problem.  Now I am trying to get the labels for
section, subsection, and subsubsection to match the LaTeX output.  I've
been able to figure it out for section:

Style Section
LabelType Counter
LabelCounter  section
LabelString   \Alph{section}
End

But I've been stumped on how to do the same thing for subsection and
subsubsection.  This still show 1.1 and 1.1.1 respectively, but only in
LyX.  The LaTeX output is correct.

Cheers,

Rob



problem with lyx equations on mac

2009-10-30 Thread Eric Clarkson

10/30/09

Problem with LyX 1.6 on my Mac (Downloaded yesterday). If an equation  
(in-line or display) has a mathbold character in it then, when the  
cursor is moved out of the equation box, the equation is displayed at  
the top of a very large white box. Nothing else appears in the box  
and I have to scroll down to get out of the box and see what follows  
the equation. This only happens with mathbold characters, other   
special fonts do not create this effect.


clarksone...@mac.com



question regarding LyX's placement of hyperref

2009-10-30 Thread Venable
Dear LyX users,

I have a small question about the way LyX places hyperref among other
packages. From exporting LyX files to plain latex, it appears that LyX
does not place hyperref last among the packages, as recommended in the
hyperref manual. This is innocuous 99% of the time but has in my
experience caused problems for some more esoteric packages such as
bibentry or endfloat.

A simple workaround is to hand-code \usepackage{hyperref} (with
whatever options) into the LaTeX preamble rather than using the PDF
Properties pulldown menu. However, since the pulldown menu is very
convenient, I'm wondering if there's a way to customize LyX to place
hyperref in the right place.

Thanks.


Re: Epsilon ran off ...

2009-10-30 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Günter,

Thanks for the reply.

Guenter Milde wrote:

On 2009-10-19, Paul A. Rubin wrote:
... and took varrho with it.  This is some sort of screen font problem, 
but one I don't recall seeing reported before.


I've got a copy of LyX 1.6.3 installed on Mint Gloria (a Linux distro 
built over Ubuntu -- Jaunty Jackalope, I think).  Of the Greek letters 
in the math palette, all but two (\epsilon and \varrho) display 
correctly in formulas; those two show up as text in the GUI (display 
correctly in output).


Usually missing math glyphs are the result of a missing screen font, but 
it seems unlikely to be the case here since only two glyphs are missing. 
  I've also got LyX 1.6.3 installed on an Ubuntu (Jaunty) box, and the 
glyphs are present there.


This is very likely, as these could be Greek *variants* missing from a font
that provides basic Greek letters.


That would make sense for \varrho, but it's the regular \epsilon (not 
\varepsilon) that's missing.


(Are the Greek letters *in math* upright or cursive?


Now that you mention it, they're upright.  Which is odd.  I checked my 
Ubuntu box, which also has LyX 1.6.3 on it (and where Greek letters in 
math appear slanted, and \epsilon is what it should be).  The Ubuntu box 
is using DejaVu Serif/Sans/Sans Mono for the screen fonts.  So is the 
Mint Gloria installation.  I checked with Synaptic, and they both have 
the same version (2.28-1) of the ttf-deja-whatever fonts installed (all 
three packages).



Any suggestions where I could look for the cause?


Try a different screen font.


I did.  There was a slight change in font width, but the Greek letters 
in math mode remained upright, and \epsilon remained epsilon (no glyph).


/Paul



Cannot specify bullets

2009-10-30 Thread Guillaume Yziquel

Hi.

I'm using Lyx 1.6.4, and I'm having trouble specifying the bullets 
properly. When I'm generating .pdf files, my bullets are always dashes, 
no matter what I do to specify the bullets in the preferences menu.


Is this a known issue?

Here's what I have in my .lyx file


\bullet 1 0 8 -1
\bullet 2 0 8 -1
\bullet 3 0 8 -1


Here's the version information:


LyX 1.6.4 (2009-08-22)
Built on Aug 27 2009, 17:44:44
Configuration
  Host type:x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
  Special build flags:  aiksaurus warnings  use-aspell use-ispell
  C   Compiler: gcc 
  C   Compiler LyX flags:
  C   Compiler flags:-g -O2

  C++ Compiler: g++ (4.3.4)
  C++ Compiler LyX flags:
  C++ Compiler flags:-g -O2
  Linker flags: 
  Linker user flags: -Wl,-z,defs -Wl,--as-needed -Wl,-z,defs -Wl,--as-needed

  Qt 4 Frontend:
  Qt 4 version: 4.5.2
  Packaging:posix
  LyX binary dir:   /usr/bin
  LyX files dir:/usr/share/lyx


Advice welcome...

--
 Guillaume Yziquel
http://yziquel.homelinux.org/


Re: Select all part/chapter/section

2009-10-30 Thread Manolo Martí­nez

Thanks!
M

Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW escribió:
 
  
In a long document, is there any way to select a whole part, chapter 
or section without having to drag the cursor through it?
  
Not yet. But please open an enhancement request at 
http://www.lyx.org/trac/wiki/BugTrackerHome

so that such a feature can be implemented.





No need for an enhancement request. The feature is already implemented in trunk.

Vincent

  




Colour of hyperlinks.

2009-10-30 Thread Guillaume Yziquel

Hi.

I'm just finishing up a document, and I'm now focusing on hyperrefs, 
urls, and the like.


Now, when I make URI hyperrefs, the colour is an ugly pink (well not so 
ugly, by the way). Is there a way to change the colour of the link. 
Couldn't find how to do it...


All the best,

--
 Guillaume Yziquel
http://yziquel.homelinux.org/


Re: Colour of hyperlinks.

2009-10-30 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
Have you tried to write additional commands in Hyperref dialog
(DocumentSettingsPDF Properties):

linkcolor=blue,citecolor=blue,urlcolor=blue

It works in book Koma-script

WAS

2009/10/31 Guillaume Yziquel guillaume.yziq...@citycable.ch:
 Hi.

 I'm just finishing up a document, and I'm now focusing on hyperrefs, urls,
 and the like.

 Now, when I make URI hyperrefs, the colour is an ugly pink (well not so
 ugly, by the way). Is there a way to change the colour of the link. Couldn't
 find how to do it...

 All the best,

 --
     Guillaume Yziquel
 http://yziquel.homelinux.org/



pdf changed when using fncychap

2009-10-30 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
Hi all LyX users

I wrote in LyX LaTeX preample:

 \usepackage[Lenny]{fncychap}

but when I viewed pdf, I found two problems:
a. It changed the sidepane of pdf bookmarks, all chapters under the preface
b. Some of the link to the page in TOC are not accurate, (not the same
with the page number showed in pdf). If I click from TOC, it goes to
the wrong page.

If I dissable \usepackage[Lenny]{fncychap}  the pdf output back to normal.

Could anyone help me to get correct links in pdf output when using fncychap?

Thanks
WAS


Select all part/chapter/section

2009-10-30 Thread Manolo Martí­nez

Dear list,

In a long document, is there any way to select a whole part, chapter or 
section without having to drag the cursor through it?


Thanks,
Manolo


Re: tufte-handout.layout outdated

2009-10-30 Thread Joachim Osnabryg

Am 30.10.2009, 02:40 Uhr, schrieb Uwe Stöhr :
To make LyX files created with the old layout work, you need to open the  
LyX file with a text editor and replace

- "CharStyle:SmallCaps" with "SmallCaps"
- "CharStyle:AllCaps" with AllCaps
- "CharStyle:NewThought" with "NewThought"


Very good, I'll find a way to change it at a single blow with  
TextWrangler, I hope.


But that's not all. Some formatations seem not to go, e. g. the  
multicolumn package that I uses to insert a full-width two-colomn parbox  
or minipage with my contact data on the end of an article. But these are  
not necessary for me.


Another transfer problem:

In my immediate try, when opening an elder tufte-handout made LyX file,  
there are stopping errors (the pdf in LyX tmp insufficiently made); but  
when copying the whole content of one of these files to your new  
handout-sample.lyx file, it works. This would mean laborious transition  
work.


In case, that you get another idea for that or how to avoid it, let it  
know, please. If not, then I have to take the time for this work.


Tell me, if I shall send you an real file LyX file (of 2, 3 pages), made  
with the elder handout.cls and .layout …


regards, joachim
--
MacTeXLive 2008 - TeXShop 2.18-svn - LyX 1.6.4.1
MacBook Pro OSX 10.4.11 Tiger (intel)



Re: tufte-handout.layout outdated

2009-10-30 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Joachim Osnabryg schrieb:

But that's not all. Some formatations seem not to go, e. g. the 
multicolumn package that I uses to insert a full-width two-colomn parbox 
or minipage with my contact data on the end of an article. But these are 
not necessary for me.


Another transfer problem:...


Can you please send me a LyX example file to be able to reproduce the problem?

thanks and regards
Uwe


Re: Forcing a certain amount of lines after a heading

2009-10-30 Thread rgheck

On 10/29/2009 08:20 PM, Miguel Rubio-Roy wrote:

Yago  writes:
   

You can use the command \enlargethispage{\baselineskip} to make the page one
more line longer or any other length in the command argument. But see the
documentation. See also the documentation of addlines package.
 

Hi Yago,
   I had already read about that command. The problem is I don't know which 
pages
I want to enlarge. I mean, if later on I add text before such heading, it could
jump to the following page, making the command unnecessary. I would prefer a
document-wide solution that just avoids this kind of situations.

   

http://xpt.sourceforge.net/techdocs/language/latex/latex35-OrphanSpaceControl/

Google for similar things.

rh



linebreak: URL in references

2009-10-30 Thread Leo Gürtler
Dear lyx list members,

while using apalike2 (bibtex) for the references, I have a problem with
url's. The url-link in the resulting pdf is cut at the linebreak. Thus,
url's are fragmentary if they should be used directly from the pdf
(pdflatex). The next line that continous the url-link is not a link
anymore and not related to the previous part of the url-link.

url's are imbedded in bibtex via:

...
 note = {\url{http://www.lyx.org}},
...

any help or suggestions to solve this problem?
thanks!

best,
leo


Re: linebreak: URL in references

2009-10-30 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Leo Gürtler schrieb:


url's are imbedded in bibtex via:
 note = {\url{http://www.lyx.org}},

any help or suggestions to solve this problem?


Does it help when you replace "\url{link}" with "\href{link}{}"? To make \href work, load "hyperref" 
in the LyX document settings under "PDF options".


regards Uwe


Re: Select all part/chapter/section

2009-10-30 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Manolo Martí­nez schrieb:

In a long document, is there any way to select a whole part, chapter or 
section without having to drag the cursor through it?


Not yet. But please open an enhancement request at
http://www.lyx.org/trac/wiki/BugTrackerHome
so that such a feature can be implemented.

regards Uwe


RE: Select all part/chapter/section

2009-10-30 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW
 
>> In a long document, is there any way to select a whole part, chapter 
>> or section without having to drag the cursor through it?
>
>Not yet. But please open an enhancement request at 
>http://www.lyx.org/trac/wiki/BugTrackerHome
>so that such a feature can be implemented.
>


No need for an enhancement request. The feature is already implemented in trunk.

Vincent


Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-10-30 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear LyX Users,

I have a quick question about custom layouts.  I've been in the process
of creating a custom layout file for the NIH grant LaTeX class
(http://www.cs.duke.edu/brd/NIH/tips/). By following the instructions in
the LyX documentation and modifying the existing article.layout, I've
been able to get most everything to work.  With one exception.

To be compliant with the NIH style guide (if it can be called that), I
need for sections to be labeled with letters rather than numbers.  For
example, it should be:

A Overview
B Background
C Methods
D Specific Methods
etc.

Right now it's labeled with numbers:

1 Overview
2 Background
3 Methods
4 Specific Methods
etc.

This problem doesn't appear when generating a document from stock LaTeX
or from Kile (which I suppose is stock LaTeX); only from LyX.  I'm not
sure what is causing it or how to fix it.  In order to make it easier to
edit certain properties, I've moved a few things around.  The
original .cls file included information about custom headers and
footers, which I've removed and placed in a .lyx document I intend to
use as a template.  But there was no code specific to section numbering.
All files are being generated off of the modified LaTeX cls file, so I
don't think that is where the problem is.

Does anyone have any ideas on how I can tell LyX/LaTeX to use letters
rather than numbers for section numbering?

Cheers,

Rob Oakes



Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-10-30 Thread rgheck

On 10/30/2009 10:52 AM, Rob Oakes wrote:

Dear LyX Users,

I have a quick question about custom layouts.  I've been in the process
of creating a custom layout file for the NIH grant LaTeX class
(http://www.cs.duke.edu/brd/NIH/tips/). By following the instructions in
the LyX documentation and modifying the existing article.layout, I've
been able to get most everything to work.  With one exception.

To be compliant with the NIH style guide (if it can be called that), I
need for sections to be labeled with letters rather than numbers.  For
example, it should be:

A Overview
B Background
C Methods
D Specific Methods
etc.

Right now it's labeled with numbers:

1 Overview
2 Background
3 Methods
4 Specific Methods
etc.

This problem doesn't appear when generating a document from stock LaTeX
or from Kile (which I suppose is stock LaTeX); only from LyX.  I'm not
sure what is causing it or how to fix it.  In order to make it easier to
edit certain properties, I've moved a few things around.  The
original .cls file included information about custom headers and
footers, which I've removed and placed in a .lyx document I intend to
use as a template.  But there was no code specific to section numbering.
All files are being generated off of the modified LaTeX cls file, so I
don't think that is where the problem is.

Does anyone have any ideas on how I can tell LyX/LaTeX to use letters
rather than numbers for section numbering?

   
I'd need to see the layout file and a simple document that illustrated 
the problem. There are too many things that could have gone wrong.


Richard



www.lyx.org

2009-10-30 Thread Konrad Blum

Hi,

I get a strange page, when trying to access www.lyx.org - and the given 
links are so slow...


Any hint, what the situation ist?

-KB

-
   Konrad Blum / kb...@uni-oldenburg.de / Tel. +49-441-798-3212




Re: www.lyx.org

2009-10-30 Thread Sven Hoexter
On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 04:37:43PM +0100, Konrad Blum wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I get a strange page, when trying to access www.lyx.org - and the
> given links are so slow...
> 
> Any hint, what the situation ist?

There's been a mail from LGB that the university hosting the system is
switching to some new/different hardware and upgrading the operating system.

HTH
Sven
-- 
If God passed a mic to me to speak
I'd say stay in bed, world
Sleep in peace
   [The Cardigans - 03:45: No sleep]


Re: linebreak: URL in references

2009-10-30 Thread obregonmateo
On Friday 30 October 2009, Uwe Stöhr wrote:
> Leo Gürtler schrieb:
> 
> > url's are imbedded in bibtex via:
> >  note = {\url{http://www.lyx.org}},
> 
> Does it help when you replace "\url{link}" with "\href{link}{}"? To make 
> \href work, load "hyperref" 
> in the LyX document settings under "PDF options".

I use the doipubmed package with aplike bibtex files (\usepackage{doipubmed} in 
the preamble) and I use the \citeurl{http://...} command in the note={} or 
howpublished={} bibtex elements. The hyperref package is selected (lyx 1.6.4), 
and the pdf links work.

Mateo.


Re: Forcing a certain amount of lines after a heading

2009-10-30 Thread Miguel Rubio-Roy
rgheck  writes:
> http://xpt.sourceforge.net/techdocs/language/latex/latex35-OrphanSpaceControl/
> 
> Google for similar things.
> 

Hi, I haven't found anything useful there. Am I missing something? The problem
is not with orphan or widow lines, but with short (2-line) paragraphs preceded
by a heading, and at the bottom of a page.

I wanted LaTeX to format me the book ok on the fly, but I guess the solution
will be to review the output once is everything written and proof read.

Miguel



Re: Forcing a certain amount of lines after a heading

2009-10-30 Thread rgheck

On 10/30/2009 12:52 PM, Miguel Rubio-Roy wrote:

rgheck  writes:
   

http://xpt.sourceforge.net/techdocs/language/latex/latex35-OrphanSpaceControl/

Google for similar things.

 

Hi, I haven't found anything useful there. Am I missing something? The problem
is not with orphan or widow lines, but with short (2-line) paragraphs preceded
by a heading, and at the bottom of a page.

   
I see. I don't know if there's a specific sort of parameter for that, 
but I'd think there was: one that determined how low down a section 
heading can go.


You might try asking on comp.text.tex.

rh



Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-10-30 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear Richard and other LyX Users,

I managed to solve a few of the formatting problems.  To change the
section labels from numbers to letters, I added the following to the
nih.cls file:

\def\thesection{\Alph{section}}

That solved the output problem.  Now I am trying to get the labels for
section, subsection, and subsubsection to match the LaTeX output.  I've
been able to figure it out for section:

Style Section
LabelType Counter
LabelCounter  section
LabelString   "\Alph{section}"
End

But I've been stumped on how to do the same thing for subsection and
subsubsection.  This still show 1.1 and 1.1.1 respectively, but only in
LyX.  The LaTeX output is correct.

Cheers,

Rob



problem with lyx equations on mac

2009-10-30 Thread Eric Clarkson

10/30/09

Problem with LyX 1.6 on my Mac (Downloaded yesterday). If an equation  
(in-line or display) has a mathbold character in it then, when the  
cursor is moved out of the equation box, the equation is displayed at  
the top of a very large white box. Nothing else appears in the box  
and I have to scroll down to get out of the box and see what follows  
the equation. This only happens with mathbold characters, other   
special fonts do not create this effect.


clarksone...@mac.com



question regarding LyX's placement of hyperref

2009-10-30 Thread Venable
Dear LyX users,

I have a small question about the way LyX places hyperref among other
packages. From exporting LyX files to plain latex, it appears that LyX
does not place hyperref last among the packages, as recommended in the
hyperref manual. This is innocuous 99% of the time but has in my
experience caused problems for some more esoteric packages such as
bibentry or endfloat.

A simple workaround is to hand-code \usepackage{hyperref} (with
whatever options) into the LaTeX preamble rather than using the PDF
Properties pulldown menu. However, since the pulldown menu is very
convenient, I'm wondering if there's a way to customize LyX to place
hyperref in the right place.

Thanks.


Re: Epsilon ran off ...

2009-10-30 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Günter,

Thanks for the reply.

Guenter Milde wrote:

On 2009-10-19, Paul A. Rubin wrote:
... and took varrho with it.  This is some sort of screen font problem, 
but one I don't recall seeing reported before.


I've got a copy of LyX 1.6.3 installed on Mint Gloria (a Linux distro 
built over Ubuntu -- Jaunty Jackalope, I think).  Of the Greek letters 
in the math palette, all but two (\epsilon and \varrho) display 
correctly in formulas; those two show up as text in the GUI (display 
correctly in output).


Usually missing math glyphs are the result of a missing screen font, but 
it seems unlikely to be the case here since only two glyphs are missing. 
  I've also got LyX 1.6.3 installed on an Ubuntu (Jaunty) box, and the 
glyphs are present there.


This is very likely, as these could be Greek *variants* missing from a font
that provides basic Greek letters.


That would make sense for \varrho, but it's the regular \epsilon (not 
\varepsilon) that's missing.


(Are the Greek letters *in math* upright or cursive?


Now that you mention it, they're upright.  Which is odd.  I checked my 
Ubuntu box, which also has LyX 1.6.3 on it (and where Greek letters in 
math appear slanted, and \epsilon is what it should be).  The Ubuntu box 
is using DejaVu Serif/Sans/Sans Mono for the screen fonts.  So is the 
Mint Gloria installation.  I checked with Synaptic, and they both have 
the same version (2.28-1) of the ttf-deja-whatever fonts installed (all 
three packages).



Any suggestions where I could look for the cause?


Try a different screen font.


I did.  There was a slight change in font width, but the Greek letters 
in math mode remained upright, and \epsilon remained "epsilon" (no glyph).


/Paul



Cannot specify bullets

2009-10-30 Thread Guillaume Yziquel

Hi.

I'm using Lyx 1.6.4, and I'm having trouble specifying the bullets 
properly. When I'm generating .pdf files, my bullets are always dashes, 
no matter what I do to specify the bullets in the preferences menu.


Is this a known issue?

Here's what I have in my .lyx file


\bullet 1 0 8 -1
\bullet 2 0 8 -1
\bullet 3 0 8 -1


Here's the version information:


LyX 1.6.4 (2009-08-22)
Built on Aug 27 2009, 17:44:44
Configuration
  Host type:x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
  Special build flags:  aiksaurus warnings  use-aspell use-ispell
  C   Compiler: gcc 
  C   Compiler LyX flags:
  C   Compiler flags:-g -O2

  C++ Compiler: g++ (4.3.4)
  C++ Compiler LyX flags:
  C++ Compiler flags:-g -O2
  Linker flags: 
  Linker user flags: -Wl,-z,defs -Wl,--as-needed -Wl,-z,defs -Wl,--as-needed

  Qt 4 Frontend:
  Qt 4 version: 4.5.2
  Packaging:posix
  LyX binary dir:   /usr/bin
  LyX files dir:/usr/share/lyx


Advice welcome...

--
 Guillaume Yziquel
http://yziquel.homelinux.org/


Re: Select all part/chapter/section

2009-10-30 Thread Manolo Martí­nez

Thanks!
M

Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW escribió:
 
  
In a long document, is there any way to select a whole part, chapter 
or section without having to drag the cursor through it?
  
Not yet. But please open an enhancement request at 
http://www.lyx.org/trac/wiki/BugTrackerHome

so that such a feature can be implemented.





No need for an enhancement request. The feature is already implemented in trunk.

Vincent

  




Colour of hyperlinks.

2009-10-30 Thread Guillaume Yziquel

Hi.

I'm just finishing up a document, and I'm now focusing on hyperrefs, 
urls, and the like.


Now, when I make URI hyperrefs, the colour is an ugly pink (well not so 
ugly, by the way). Is there a way to change the colour of the link. 
Couldn't find how to do it...


All the best,

--
 Guillaume Yziquel
http://yziquel.homelinux.org/


Re: Colour of hyperlinks.

2009-10-30 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
Have you tried to write additional commands in Hyperref dialog
(Document>Settings>PDF Properties):

linkcolor=blue,citecolor=blue,urlcolor=blue

It works in book Koma-script

WAS

2009/10/31 Guillaume Yziquel :
> Hi.
>
> I'm just finishing up a document, and I'm now focusing on hyperrefs, urls,
> and the like.
>
> Now, when I make URI hyperrefs, the colour is an ugly pink (well not so
> ugly, by the way). Is there a way to change the colour of the link. Couldn't
> find how to do it...
>
> All the best,
>
> --
>     Guillaume Yziquel
> http://yziquel.homelinux.org/
>


pdf changed when using fncychap

2009-10-30 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
Hi all LyX users

I wrote in LyX LaTeX preample:

 \usepackage[Lenny]{fncychap}

but when I viewed pdf, I found two problems:
a. It changed the sidepane of pdf bookmarks, all chapters under the preface
b. Some of the link to the page in TOC are not accurate, (not the same
with the page number showed in pdf). If I click from TOC, it goes to
the wrong page.

If I dissable \usepackage[Lenny]{fncychap}  the pdf output back to normal.

Could anyone help me to get correct links in pdf output when using fncychap?

Thanks
WAS