changing matrix column and row spacing

2010-10-12 Thread xPol
Which ert-command?

thank you

p



Re: changing matrix column and row spacing

2010-10-12 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Am 12.10.2010 14:04, schrieb xPol:


Which ert-command?


Please have a look at the Math manual you find in LyX's help menu, sec. 
4 Matrices.


regards Uwe


Default Fonts in KOMA-Script

2010-10-12 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear LyX-Users,

Sorry for spamming the list, but I am scrambling to compile a table on the 
default formatting for the common LaTeX document classes and I can't seem to 
find a piece of information.  I am hoping that someone on the list may know.

What is the default font used for the KOMA-Script classes?  I need the actual 
name.  When described in the KOMA-Script manual, they are simply referred to as 
serif and sans-serif.  It appears that they are computer modern, but short 
of hacking the PDF to locate the embedded font names, I can't seem to confirm 
it.

Does anyone know definitively or know of reference that says?

Thanks,

Rob

Re: Default Fonts in KOMA-Script

2010-10-12 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Am 12.10.2010 20:11, schrieb Rob Oakes:


What is the default font used for the KOMA-Script classes?


Document classes don't have their own fonts. You can choose a font you want for 
every document class.

regards Uwe


Re: Default Fonts in KOMA-Script

2010-10-12 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
 Document classes don't have their own fonts. You can choose a font you want
 for every document class.

 regards Uwe


But in some environments (chapter, section, subsection), they are
always in SansSerif?

Do you mean the standard environment?

WAS


Re: Default Fonts in KOMA-Script

2010-10-12 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Am 13.10.2010 04:47, schrieb Waluyo Adi Siswanto:


But in some environments (chapter, section, subsection), they are
always in SansSerif?


Yes, but in the font you selected. You can select the font for sans serif in the LyX document 
settings. The default font is ComputerModern as described in the LyX UserGuide.


regards Uwe


Re: Default Fonts in KOMA-Script

2010-10-12 Thread Rob Oakes
Hi Uwe,

Thank you for getting back to me.  I'm sorry if if my inquiry sounds stupid. (I 
will concede that it is mildly dense.)   Even so, I'm trying to track down 
which fonts the different packages use without making any modifications.  I 
know that it is very easy to change the font to an alternative either using a 
package, or if you use xetex, through fontspec.

But, not all of the classes use Computer Modern as the default typeface. (Yes, 
the majority do).  The Tufte classes, for example, make use of 
Palotino/Helvetica/Bera Mono.

For nearly all of the other classes I'm compiling a summary for: standard 
classes, AMS-LaTeX, Memoir, Beamer, Tufte, etc. I have been able to find an 
explicit reference that says, The default typeface is computer modern.

I have not been able to find this reference for KOMA, and it makes me uneasy to 
say it without an host of references to back it up.  Google has been 
essentially worthless for tracking the information down.  This is what prompted 
by original question to the group.

 The default font is ComputerModern as described in the LyX UserGuide.

I appreciate this pointer.  I finally got frustrated and compiled a sample 
document and then hacked it open.  The embedded fonts were cms (computer modern 
sans) and cmr (computer modern roman), just like the standard documents.  This 
evidence, taken with what you've offered, make me comfortable that computer 
modern is indeed the default.

Is there anyone who's had a contrary experience?

Cheers,

Rob

LyX Menus Missing!

2010-10-12 Thread Jason Waskiewicz
I recently installed the Ubuntu 10.10 version for Netbooks. To my consternation,
the menu is missing in LyX. (It is present in every other program I use with the
exception of TeXmaker.)

I was wondering if there is a way to get it back. In TeXmaker, it's not a big
deal, but in LyX I seem to need it to access many of the features I use.

Or...do I need to go back to the Desktop version of Ubuntu 10.10?



changing matrix column and row spacing

2010-10-12 Thread xPol
Which ert-command?

thank you

p



Re: changing matrix column and row spacing

2010-10-12 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Am 12.10.2010 14:04, schrieb xPol:


Which ert-command?


Please have a look at the Math manual you find in LyX's help menu, sec. 
4 Matrices.


regards Uwe


Default Fonts in KOMA-Script

2010-10-12 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear LyX-Users,

Sorry for spamming the list, but I am scrambling to compile a table on the 
default formatting for the common LaTeX document classes and I can't seem to 
find a piece of information.  I am hoping that someone on the list may know.

What is the default font used for the KOMA-Script classes?  I need the actual 
name.  When described in the KOMA-Script manual, they are simply referred to as 
serif and sans-serif.  It appears that they are computer modern, but short 
of hacking the PDF to locate the embedded font names, I can't seem to confirm 
it.

Does anyone know definitively or know of reference that says?

Thanks,

Rob

Re: Default Fonts in KOMA-Script

2010-10-12 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Am 12.10.2010 20:11, schrieb Rob Oakes:


What is the default font used for the KOMA-Script classes?


Document classes don't have their own fonts. You can choose a font you want for 
every document class.

regards Uwe


Re: Default Fonts in KOMA-Script

2010-10-12 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
 Document classes don't have their own fonts. You can choose a font you want
 for every document class.

 regards Uwe


But in some environments (chapter, section, subsection), they are
always in SansSerif?

Do you mean the standard environment?

WAS


Re: Default Fonts in KOMA-Script

2010-10-12 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Am 13.10.2010 04:47, schrieb Waluyo Adi Siswanto:


But in some environments (chapter, section, subsection), they are
always in SansSerif?


Yes, but in the font you selected. You can select the font for sans serif in the LyX document 
settings. The default font is ComputerModern as described in the LyX UserGuide.


regards Uwe


Re: Default Fonts in KOMA-Script

2010-10-12 Thread Rob Oakes
Hi Uwe,

Thank you for getting back to me.  I'm sorry if if my inquiry sounds stupid. (I 
will concede that it is mildly dense.)   Even so, I'm trying to track down 
which fonts the different packages use without making any modifications.  I 
know that it is very easy to change the font to an alternative either using a 
package, or if you use xetex, through fontspec.

But, not all of the classes use Computer Modern as the default typeface. (Yes, 
the majority do).  The Tufte classes, for example, make use of 
Palotino/Helvetica/Bera Mono.

For nearly all of the other classes I'm compiling a summary for: standard 
classes, AMS-LaTeX, Memoir, Beamer, Tufte, etc. I have been able to find an 
explicit reference that says, The default typeface is computer modern.

I have not been able to find this reference for KOMA, and it makes me uneasy to 
say it without an host of references to back it up.  Google has been 
essentially worthless for tracking the information down.  This is what prompted 
by original question to the group.

 The default font is ComputerModern as described in the LyX UserGuide.

I appreciate this pointer.  I finally got frustrated and compiled a sample 
document and then hacked it open.  The embedded fonts were cms (computer modern 
sans) and cmr (computer modern roman), just like the standard documents.  This 
evidence, taken with what you've offered, make me comfortable that computer 
modern is indeed the default.

Is there anyone who's had a contrary experience?

Cheers,

Rob

LyX Menus Missing!

2010-10-12 Thread Jason Waskiewicz
I recently installed the Ubuntu 10.10 version for Netbooks. To my consternation,
the menu is missing in LyX. (It is present in every other program I use with the
exception of TeXmaker.)

I was wondering if there is a way to get it back. In TeXmaker, it's not a big
deal, but in LyX I seem to need it to access many of the features I use.

Or...do I need to go back to the Desktop version of Ubuntu 10.10?



changing matrix column and row spacing

2010-10-12 Thread xPol
Which ert-command?

thank you

p



Re: changing matrix column and row spacing

2010-10-12 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Am 12.10.2010 14:04, schrieb xPol:


Which ert-command?


Please have a look at the Math manual you find in LyX's help menu, sec. 
4 "Matrices".


regards Uwe


Default Fonts in KOMA-Script

2010-10-12 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear LyX-Users,

Sorry for spamming the list, but I am scrambling to compile a table on the 
default formatting for the common LaTeX document classes and I can't seem to 
find a piece of information.  I am hoping that someone on the list may know.

What is the default font used for the KOMA-Script classes?  I need the actual 
name.  When described in the KOMA-Script manual, they are simply referred to as 
"serif" and "sans-serif".  It appears that they are computer modern, but short 
of hacking the PDF to locate the embedded font names, I can't seem to confirm 
it.

Does anyone know definitively or know of reference that says?

Thanks,

Rob

Re: Default Fonts in KOMA-Script

2010-10-12 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Am 12.10.2010 20:11, schrieb Rob Oakes:


What is the default font used for the KOMA-Script classes?


Document classes don't have their own fonts. You can choose a font you want for 
every document class.

regards Uwe


Re: Default Fonts in KOMA-Script

2010-10-12 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
> Document classes don't have their own fonts. You can choose a font you want
> for every document class.
>
> regards Uwe
>

But in some environments (chapter, section, subsection), they are
always in SansSerif?

Do you mean the standard environment?

WAS


Re: Default Fonts in KOMA-Script

2010-10-12 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Am 13.10.2010 04:47, schrieb Waluyo Adi Siswanto:


But in some environments (chapter, section, subsection), they are
always in SansSerif?


Yes, but in the font you selected. You can select the font for sans serif in the LyX document 
settings. The default font is ComputerModern as described in the LyX UserGuide.


regards Uwe


Re: Default Fonts in KOMA-Script

2010-10-12 Thread Rob Oakes
Hi Uwe,

Thank you for getting back to me.  I'm sorry if if my inquiry sounds stupid. (I 
will concede that it is mildly dense.)   Even so, I'm trying to track down 
which fonts the different packages use without making any modifications.  I 
know that it is very easy to change the font to an alternative either using a 
package, or if you use xetex, through fontspec.

But, not all of the classes use Computer Modern as the default typeface. (Yes, 
the majority do).  The Tufte classes, for example, make use of 
Palotino/Helvetica/Bera Mono.

For nearly all of the other classes I'm compiling a summary for: standard 
classes, AMS-LaTeX, Memoir, Beamer, Tufte, etc. I have been able to find an 
explicit reference that says, "The default typeface is computer modern."

I have not been able to find this reference for KOMA, and it makes me uneasy to 
say it without an host of references to back it up.  Google has been 
essentially worthless for tracking the information down.  This is what prompted 
by original question to the group.

> The default font is ComputerModern as described in the LyX UserGuide.

I appreciate this pointer.  I finally got frustrated and compiled a sample 
document and then hacked it open.  The embedded fonts were cms (computer modern 
sans) and cmr (computer modern roman), just like the standard documents.  This 
evidence, taken with what you've offered, make me comfortable that computer 
modern is indeed the default.

Is there anyone who's had a contrary experience?

Cheers,

Rob

LyX Menus Missing!

2010-10-12 Thread Jason Waskiewicz
I recently installed the Ubuntu 10.10 version for Netbooks. To my consternation,
the menu is missing in LyX. (It is present in every other program I use with the
exception of TeXmaker.)

I was wondering if there is a way to get it back. In TeXmaker, it's not a big
deal, but in LyX I seem to need it to access many of the features I use.

Or...do I need to go back to the Desktop version of Ubuntu 10.10?