Re: Custom Insets with multiple arguments

2010-06-10 Thread stephen's mailinglist account
On 06/02/2010 10:59 AM, Rob Oakes wrote: Dear LyX-Users, I am in the process of creating a custom of modules for personal use p and another for the creation of epigraphs).  For the epigraph module to work correctly, it is important that I be able to use multiple input arguments.  For

Re: Contents ... header appearing over first chapter

2010-06-10 Thread Richard Heck
On 06/09/2010 05:52 PM, Frederick Noronha wrote: Dear all: I'm using Lyx with GNU/Linux. The structure of my book (Memoire class) is that one-chapter comes before the \mainmatter. Question: how do I avoid getting 'Contents' appearing on the top of every page of this chapter? Many thanks! FN

RE: Multiple formatting questions with LyX 1.6.5 - book (Memoir)

2010-06-10 Thread Yannick Fournier
Hi Günter, Yes, I use vertical space for paragraph separation. I tried your workaround, but Indent separation is ugly, and \usepackage{parskip} still does not remove the first vertical separation completely, so I reverted back to vertical space. I'll see the enuitem package for more control.

Re: All document classes unavailable

2010-06-10 Thread Paul A. Rubin
On 6/10/2010 1:23 AM, Kortink, Mark A wrote: Hi I am a reasonably experienced LyX user. I have installed MiKTex 2.4 and LyX 1.6 on a new laptop running Windows XP with SP3. LyX works perfectly on my old laptop which is identical. When I install LyX it installs smoothly except it cannot find the

Re: Windows 7 compatibility

2010-06-10 Thread George Christodoulatos
Hi all, I've been using the 1.5.2 version, but now I've upgraded to 64-bit architecture and using Windows 7 Pro (64-bit). I've had to uninstall all of my programs on XP. Can anyone tell me if the 1.6.6.1 works ok with 64-bit Windows 7? Thank you. Best to all George -- George

Re: Translating theorem-like statements: 75% solved

2010-06-10 Thread Paul A. Rubin
On 6/9/2010 12:44 PM, Daniel CLEMENT wrote: However, I can't get independent numbering with this module. I can do without it... But if I switch my document to an AMS-article, and load AMS theorems modules, I don't get anything translated in preview (but the LyX window does show the French

Re: Translating theorem-like statements: 75% solved

2010-06-10 Thread Daniel CLEMENT
Paul A. Rubin wrote: On 6/9/2010 12:44 PM, Daniel CLEMENT wrote: However, I can't get independent numbering with this module. I can do without it... But if I switch my document to an AMS-article, and load AMS theorems modules, I don't get anything translated in preview (but the LyX window

Re: Translating theorem-like statements: 75% solved

2010-06-10 Thread Paul Rubin
Daniel CLEMENT daniel.clement at prepas.org writes: That's certainly what I missed. If there's more to translate, I'll do it, and post about the results. Maybe I could make the translations available on the list and/or wiki then? Yes, please do consider putting them on the wiki. /Paul

Re: Windows 7 compatibility

2010-06-10 Thread Joost Verburg
On 6/10/2010 9:13 AM, George Christodoulatos wrote: Can anyone tell me if the 1.6.6.1 works ok with 64-bit Windows 7? Yes, Windows 7 is fully supported. Joost

qt menu fonts, change size

2010-06-10 Thread Jose Quesada
Hi, I'm using kde 4.4.2. Lyx doesn't obey the general kde systemsettings (I don't think qt apps do, in general). I've tried qtconfig too, but no dice. I just want to make the menu fonts larger, is this possible? Thanks! Best, -Jose Jose Quesada, PhD. Max Planck Institute, Center for Adaptive

lyx alpha on gentoo/sabayon. ebuild?

2010-06-10 Thread Jose Quesada
Hi, I'd like to try lyx alpha on gentoo/sabayon. Is there anyone on the list using it on this setup? If you have an ebuild, could you share it? Thanks! Best, -Jose PS: I know it's too early to do serious work on the alpha, but this is just notetaking :) Jose Quesada, PhD. Max Planck Institute,

Re: what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Steve Litt
On Thursday 10 June 2010 17:58:56 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Le 10/06/2010 23:14, Steve Litt a écrit : I wouldn't be caught dead taking notes with any software other than VimOutliner. Except emacs' org-mode, of course :)

Re: qt menu fonts, change size

2010-06-10 Thread Richard Heck
On 06/10/2010 01:57 PM, Jose Quesada wrote: Hi, I'm using kde 4.4.2. Lyx doesn't obey the general kde systemsettings (I don't think qt apps do, in general). I've tried qtconfig too, but no dice. I just want to make the menu fonts larger, is this possible? qtconfig-qt4 does the trick here

Re: what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Steve Litt
On Thursday 10 June 2010 15:44:43 Jose Quesada wrote: Hi, What is a good lyx layout for notetaking? I don't care about the pdf looks, since my notes will never be printed. I care about very distinctive part/section/subsection etc (ideally with diff. colors even). An something that formats

Re: what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 10/06/2010 23:14, Steve Litt a écrit : I wouldn't be caught dead taking notes with any software other than VimOutliner. Except emacs' org-mode, of course :) JMarc

Re: qt menu fonts, change size

2010-06-10 Thread Jose Quesada
nope, on karmic 9.10, it does not respect settings using qtconfig-qt4. On sabayon, on the other hand, everything works fine,... not surprised. This has been the pattern lately. Best, -Jose Jose Quesada, PhD. Max Planck Institute, Center for Adaptive Behavior and Cognition, Berlin

Re: lyx alpha on gentoo/sabayon. ebuild?

2010-06-10 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 6:59 PM, Jose Quesada ques...@gmail.com wrote: PS: I know it's too early to do serious work on the alpha, but this is just notetaking :) Other than minor annoyances, alphas are pretty darn stable here. Liviu

Re: what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Jose Quesada
Hi SteveT, I know vimOutliner. I used it for a while, long ago. Not having formatting, links, and images is a showstopper for me. I think I can be almost as fast with lyx now. Still, I appreciate your taste :) Best, -Jose Jose Quesada, PhD. Max Planck Institute, Center for Adaptive Behavior and

headwords/keywords

2010-06-10 Thread iustifico
Hello, I am writing a script and I use the option headword to make fill an index list at the end of the document. If I have a sentence on e.g. page 3 like I am a keyword. and I want , that in the index the word keyword should be listed, with all the pages it is written in, I know how it

what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Jose Quesada
Hi, What is a good lyx layout for notetaking? I don't care about the pdf looks, since my notes will never be printed. I care about very distinctive part/section/subsection etc (ideally with diff. colors even). An something that formats paragraphs with some space separation and no indent. Thanks!

Re: what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Alan L Tyree
On Thu, 10 Jun 2010 23:58:56 +0200 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes lasgout...@lyx.org wrote: Le 10/06/2010 23:14, Steve Litt a écrit : I wouldn't be caught dead taking notes with any software other than VimOutliner. Except emacs' org-mode, of course :) It's no good trying to talk sense to Steve on

Re: Custom Insets with multiple arguments

2010-06-10 Thread stephen's mailinglist account
On 06/02/2010 10:59 AM, Rob Oakes wrote: Dear LyX-Users, I am in the process of creating a custom of modules for personal use p and another for the creation of epigraphs).  For the epigraph module to work correctly, it is important that I be able to use multiple input arguments.  For

Re: Contents ... header appearing over first chapter

2010-06-10 Thread Richard Heck
On 06/09/2010 05:52 PM, Frederick Noronha wrote: Dear all: I'm using Lyx with GNU/Linux. The structure of my book (Memoire class) is that one-chapter comes before the \mainmatter. Question: how do I avoid getting 'Contents' appearing on the top of every page of this chapter? Many thanks! FN

RE: Multiple formatting questions with LyX 1.6.5 - book (Memoir)

2010-06-10 Thread Yannick Fournier
Hi Günter, Yes, I use vertical space for paragraph separation. I tried your workaround, but Indent separation is ugly, and \usepackage{parskip} still does not remove the first vertical separation completely, so I reverted back to vertical space. I'll see the enuitem package for more control.

Re: All document classes unavailable

2010-06-10 Thread Paul A. Rubin
On 6/10/2010 1:23 AM, Kortink, Mark A wrote: Hi I am a reasonably experienced LyX user. I have installed MiKTex 2.4 and LyX 1.6 on a new laptop running Windows XP with SP3. LyX works perfectly on my old laptop which is identical. When I install LyX it installs smoothly except it cannot find the

Re: Windows 7 compatibility

2010-06-10 Thread George Christodoulatos
Hi all, I've been using the 1.5.2 version, but now I've upgraded to 64-bit architecture and using Windows 7 Pro (64-bit). I've had to uninstall all of my programs on XP. Can anyone tell me if the 1.6.6.1 works ok with 64-bit Windows 7? Thank you. Best to all George -- George

Re: Translating theorem-like statements: 75% solved

2010-06-10 Thread Paul A. Rubin
On 6/9/2010 12:44 PM, Daniel CLEMENT wrote: However, I can't get independent numbering with this module. I can do without it... But if I switch my document to an AMS-article, and load AMS theorems modules, I don't get anything translated in preview (but the LyX window does show the French

Re: Translating theorem-like statements: 75% solved

2010-06-10 Thread Daniel CLEMENT
Paul A. Rubin wrote: On 6/9/2010 12:44 PM, Daniel CLEMENT wrote: However, I can't get independent numbering with this module. I can do without it... But if I switch my document to an AMS-article, and load AMS theorems modules, I don't get anything translated in preview (but the LyX window

Re: Translating theorem-like statements: 75% solved

2010-06-10 Thread Paul Rubin
Daniel CLEMENT daniel.clement at prepas.org writes: That's certainly what I missed. If there's more to translate, I'll do it, and post about the results. Maybe I could make the translations available on the list and/or wiki then? Yes, please do consider putting them on the wiki. /Paul

Re: Windows 7 compatibility

2010-06-10 Thread Joost Verburg
On 6/10/2010 9:13 AM, George Christodoulatos wrote: Can anyone tell me if the 1.6.6.1 works ok with 64-bit Windows 7? Yes, Windows 7 is fully supported. Joost

qt menu fonts, change size

2010-06-10 Thread Jose Quesada
Hi, I'm using kde 4.4.2. Lyx doesn't obey the general kde systemsettings (I don't think qt apps do, in general). I've tried qtconfig too, but no dice. I just want to make the menu fonts larger, is this possible? Thanks! Best, -Jose Jose Quesada, PhD. Max Planck Institute, Center for Adaptive

lyx alpha on gentoo/sabayon. ebuild?

2010-06-10 Thread Jose Quesada
Hi, I'd like to try lyx alpha on gentoo/sabayon. Is there anyone on the list using it on this setup? If you have an ebuild, could you share it? Thanks! Best, -Jose PS: I know it's too early to do serious work on the alpha, but this is just notetaking :) Jose Quesada, PhD. Max Planck Institute,

Re: what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Steve Litt
On Thursday 10 June 2010 17:58:56 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Le 10/06/2010 23:14, Steve Litt a écrit : I wouldn't be caught dead taking notes with any software other than VimOutliner. Except emacs' org-mode, of course :)

Re: qt menu fonts, change size

2010-06-10 Thread Richard Heck
On 06/10/2010 01:57 PM, Jose Quesada wrote: Hi, I'm using kde 4.4.2. Lyx doesn't obey the general kde systemsettings (I don't think qt apps do, in general). I've tried qtconfig too, but no dice. I just want to make the menu fonts larger, is this possible? qtconfig-qt4 does the trick here

Re: what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Steve Litt
On Thursday 10 June 2010 15:44:43 Jose Quesada wrote: Hi, What is a good lyx layout for notetaking? I don't care about the pdf looks, since my notes will never be printed. I care about very distinctive part/section/subsection etc (ideally with diff. colors even). An something that formats

Re: what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 10/06/2010 23:14, Steve Litt a écrit : I wouldn't be caught dead taking notes with any software other than VimOutliner. Except emacs' org-mode, of course :) JMarc

Re: qt menu fonts, change size

2010-06-10 Thread Jose Quesada
nope, on karmic 9.10, it does not respect settings using qtconfig-qt4. On sabayon, on the other hand, everything works fine,... not surprised. This has been the pattern lately. Best, -Jose Jose Quesada, PhD. Max Planck Institute, Center for Adaptive Behavior and Cognition, Berlin

Re: lyx alpha on gentoo/sabayon. ebuild?

2010-06-10 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 6:59 PM, Jose Quesada ques...@gmail.com wrote: PS: I know it's too early to do serious work on the alpha, but this is just notetaking :) Other than minor annoyances, alphas are pretty darn stable here. Liviu

Re: what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Jose Quesada
Hi SteveT, I know vimOutliner. I used it for a while, long ago. Not having formatting, links, and images is a showstopper for me. I think I can be almost as fast with lyx now. Still, I appreciate your taste :) Best, -Jose Jose Quesada, PhD. Max Planck Institute, Center for Adaptive Behavior and

headwords/keywords

2010-06-10 Thread iustifico
Hello, I am writing a script and I use the option headword to make fill an index list at the end of the document. If I have a sentence on e.g. page 3 like I am a keyword. and I want , that in the index the word keyword should be listed, with all the pages it is written in, I know how it

what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Jose Quesada
Hi, What is a good lyx layout for notetaking? I don't care about the pdf looks, since my notes will never be printed. I care about very distinctive part/section/subsection etc (ideally with diff. colors even). An something that formats paragraphs with some space separation and no indent. Thanks!

Re: what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Alan L Tyree
On Thu, 10 Jun 2010 23:58:56 +0200 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes lasgout...@lyx.org wrote: Le 10/06/2010 23:14, Steve Litt a écrit : I wouldn't be caught dead taking notes with any software other than VimOutliner. Except emacs' org-mode, of course :) It's no good trying to talk sense to Steve on

Re: Custom Insets with multiple arguments

2010-06-10 Thread stephen's mailinglist account
>> On 06/02/2010 10:59 AM, Rob Oakes wrote: >>> Dear LyX-Users, > >>> I am in the process of creating a custom of modules for personal use >>> p and another for the creation of epigraphs).  For the epigraph >>> module to work correctly, it is important that I be able to use multiple >>> input

Re: "Contents" ... header appearing over first chapter

2010-06-10 Thread Richard Heck
On 06/09/2010 05:52 PM, Frederick Noronha wrote: Dear all: I'm using Lyx with GNU/Linux. The structure of my book (Memoire class) is that one-chapter comes before the \mainmatter. Question: how do I avoid getting 'Contents' appearing on the top of every page of this chapter? Many thanks! FN

RE: Multiple formatting questions with LyX 1.6.5 - book (Memoir)

2010-06-10 Thread Yannick Fournier
Hi Günter, Yes, I use vertical space for paragraph separation. I tried your workaround, but Indent separation is ugly, and \usepackage{parskip} still does not remove the first vertical separation completely, so I reverted back to vertical space. I'll see the enuitem package for more control.

Re: All document classes unavailable

2010-06-10 Thread Paul A. Rubin
On 6/10/2010 1:23 AM, Kortink, Mark A wrote: Hi I am a reasonably experienced LyX user. I have installed MiKTex 2.4 and LyX 1.6 on a new laptop running Windows XP with SP3. LyX works perfectly on my old laptop which is identical. When I install LyX it installs smoothly except it cannot find the

Re: Windows 7 compatibility

2010-06-10 Thread George Christodoulatos
Hi all, I've been using the 1.5.2 version, but now I've upgraded to 64-bit architecture and using Windows 7 Pro (64-bit). I've had to uninstall all of my programs on XP. Can anyone tell me if the 1.6.6.1 works ok with 64-bit Windows 7? Thank you. Best to all George -- George

Re: Translating theorem-like statements: 75% solved

2010-06-10 Thread Paul A. Rubin
On 6/9/2010 12:44 PM, Daniel CLEMENT wrote: However, I can't get independent numbering with this module. I can do without it... But if I switch my document to an AMS-article, and load AMS theorems modules, I don't get anything translated in preview (but the LyX window does show the French

Re: Translating theorem-like statements: 75% solved

2010-06-10 Thread Daniel CLEMENT
Paul A. Rubin wrote: > On 6/9/2010 12:44 PM, Daniel CLEMENT wrote: > > However, I can't get independent numbering with this module. I can do > > without it... But if I switch my document to an AMS-article, and load > > AMS theorems modules, I don't get anything translated in preview (but > > the

Re: Translating theorem-like statements: 75% solved

2010-06-10 Thread Paul Rubin
Daniel CLEMENT prepas.org> writes: > > That's certainly what I missed. If there's more to translate, I'll do > it, and post about the results. Maybe I could make the translations > available on the list and/or wiki then? > Yes, please do consider putting them on the wiki. /Paul

Re: Windows 7 compatibility

2010-06-10 Thread Joost Verburg
On 6/10/2010 9:13 AM, George Christodoulatos wrote: Can anyone tell me if the 1.6.6.1 works ok with 64-bit Windows 7? Yes, Windows 7 is fully supported. Joost

qt menu fonts, change size

2010-06-10 Thread Jose Quesada
Hi, I'm using kde 4.4.2. Lyx doesn't obey the general kde systemsettings (I don't think qt apps do, in general). I've tried qtconfig too, but no dice. I just want to make the menu fonts larger, is this possible? Thanks! Best, -Jose Jose Quesada, PhD. Max Planck Institute, Center for Adaptive

lyx alpha on gentoo/sabayon. ebuild?

2010-06-10 Thread Jose Quesada
Hi, I'd like to try lyx alpha on gentoo/sabayon. Is there anyone on the list using it on this setup? If you have an ebuild, could you share it? Thanks! Best, -Jose PS: I know it's too early to do serious work on the alpha, but this is just notetaking :) Jose Quesada, PhD. Max Planck Institute,

Re: what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Steve Litt
On Thursday 10 June 2010 17:58:56 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: > Le 10/06/2010 23:14, Steve Litt a écrit : > > I wouldn't be caught dead taking notes with any software other than > > VimOutliner. > > Except emacs' org-mode, of course :)

Re: qt menu fonts, change size

2010-06-10 Thread Richard Heck
On 06/10/2010 01:57 PM, Jose Quesada wrote: Hi, I'm using kde 4.4.2. Lyx doesn't obey the general kde systemsettings (I don't think qt apps do, in general). I've tried qtconfig too, but no dice. I just want to make the menu fonts larger, is this possible? qtconfig-qt4 does the trick here

Re: what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Steve Litt
On Thursday 10 June 2010 15:44:43 Jose Quesada wrote: > Hi, > > What is a good lyx layout for notetaking? > I don't care about the pdf looks, since my notes will never be printed. > I care about very distinctive part/section/subsection etc (ideally with > diff. colors even). > An something that

Re: what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 10/06/2010 23:14, Steve Litt a écrit : I wouldn't be caught dead taking notes with any software other than VimOutliner. Except emacs' org-mode, of course :) JMarc

Re: qt menu fonts, change size

2010-06-10 Thread Jose Quesada
nope, on karmic 9.10, it does not respect settings using qtconfig-qt4. On sabayon, on the other hand, everything works fine,... not surprised. This has been the pattern lately. Best, -Jose Jose Quesada, PhD. Max Planck Institute, Center for Adaptive Behavior and Cognition, Berlin

Re: lyx alpha on gentoo/sabayon. ebuild?

2010-06-10 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 6:59 PM, Jose Quesada wrote: > PS: I know it's too early to do serious work on the alpha, but this is just > notetaking :) > Other than minor annoyances, alphas are pretty darn stable here. Liviu

Re: what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Jose Quesada
Hi SteveT, I know vimOutliner. I used it for a while, long ago. Not having formatting, links, and images is a showstopper for me. I think I can be almost as fast with lyx now. Still, I appreciate your taste :) Best, -Jose Jose Quesada, PhD. Max Planck Institute, Center for Adaptive Behavior and

headwords/keywords

2010-06-10 Thread iustifico
Hello, I am writing a script and I use the option "headword" to make fill an index list at the end of the document. If I have a sentence on e.g. page 3 like "I am a keyword." and I want , that in the index the word "keyword" should be listed, with all the pages it is written in, I know how it

what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Jose Quesada
Hi, What is a good lyx layout for notetaking? I don't care about the pdf looks, since my notes will never be printed. I care about very distinctive part/section/subsection etc (ideally with diff. colors even). An something that formats paragraphs with some space separation and no indent. Thanks!

Re: what is a good lyx layout for notetaking?

2010-06-10 Thread Alan L Tyree
On Thu, 10 Jun 2010 23:58:56 +0200 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: > Le 10/06/2010 23:14, Steve Litt a écrit : > > I wouldn't be caught dead taking notes with any software other than > > VimOutliner. > > Except emacs' org-mode, of course :) It's no good trying to talk sense to