Why doesn't lyx have a real time spellchecker?

2010-11-25 Thread Niko Schwarz
I just saw the question being asked here:
http://www.terminally-incoherent.com/blog/2010/02/04/lyx-easy-latex-without-spell-check/

Also: shouldn't lyx have a twitter account that I can ask such questions?

Niko


Re: Why doesn't lyx have a real time spellchecker?

2010-11-25 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn
 I just saw the question being asked here:
 http://www.terminally-incoherent.com/blog/2010/02/04/lyx-easy-latex-without-spell-check/

Please read the second last paragraph of the article.

 Also: shouldn't lyx have a twitter account that I can ask such questions?

Isn't a mailing list good enough ?

Vincent


appendix starts on an even page

2010-11-25 Thread Christopher . E
Hey guys,

I have a problem with my phd-thesis. After my bibliography the appendix should 
start. The problem is that the last reference of the bibliography is on an even 
page. The next odd page is empty and hence the appendix starts on the next even 
page. How can I get rid of this empty page between the bibliography and the 
appendix? Is this normal? I thought new chapters should start on an odd page. I 
am using Lyx 1.6.5 and the ducumentclass is report (Koma-script) two-sided. For 
the bibliography I used bibtex with the unsrtdin style. The appendix chapter I 
included with input. Please tell me when you need further information and 
thanks in andvance for your help.
Regards,
Chris
-- 
GMX DSL Doppel-Flat ab 19,99 euro;/mtl.! Jetzt auch mit 
gratis Notebook-Flat! http://portal.gmx.net/de/go/dsl


Re: [Pub-forum] Lyx justification problem

2010-11-25 Thread Richard Heck

On 11/25/2010 01:39 AM, Michael Joyner wrote:

We are using Lyx for automatically formated PDF creation at my job.
We ended up putty \begin{sloppy} at the very beginning of the 
document, and closing off with \end{sloppy} as the very last thing.
It seems rather strange for the default behavior of latex to have text 
over-run the margins (IMHO)


Let me second Gunter's remarks about this. If you want it to be entirely 
automated, then this is a fine solution, but the reason it isn't the 
default behavior is that, when the text does overrun the margin, this is 
due to an overful hbox that LaTeX itself does not know how to resolve 
within the parameters that have been set. The definition of \sloppy is just:


\def\sloppy{%
  \tolerance %
  \emergencystretch 3em%
  \hfuzz .5\p@
  \vfuzz\hfuzz}

So it's resetting how tolerant LaTeX is of bad lines, and allowing it to 
insert extra whitespace between words. Here's fussy:


\def\fussy{%
  \emergencystretch\z@
  \tolerance 200%
  \hfuzz .1\p@
  \vfuzz\hfuzz}

So you can also adjust these yourself, to more relaxed, but not 
completely relaxed, limits.



I have just installed Lyx on a MacBook and have tried to format
some test
copy. Everything is fine except that whenever a hyphenated word
appears at
the end of a line it is not properly justified. The hyphenated
word just
hangs out in the margin.

This is almost certainly not true, i.e., that whenever a hyphenated 
word appears, you get this problem. It will happen sometimes, for the 
reasons given, but if it's happening every time, then that is just bad luck.


Richard



Re: Why doesn't lyx have a real time spellchecker?

2010-11-25 Thread Charlie
On Thu, 25 Nov 2010 15:41:50 +0100 Vincent van Ravesteijn v...@lyx.org
shared this with is all on the Lyx users list:

Isn't a mailing list good enough ? 

It most certainly is, and thank you.

Charlie
-- 
http://www.skymesh.net.au/~taogypsy/

Registered Linux User:- 329524
***

We are never deceived; we deceive ourselves.
Johann-Wolfgang-Von-Goethe

***
Debian GNU/Linux - just the best way to create magic
___


xxxxx.layout

2010-11-25 Thread Juan Abasolo Isasa
In English (GoogleTraslate) below:

Uso Kubuntu 10.04 personalizada en español y Linux Mint KDE 9 personalizado
en vasco.

Instalé LyX 1.6.5. desde repositorios

En los dos me sale este error (en vasco, el equivalente):


El archivo de diseño requerido por este documento,

x.layout,

no es utilizable. Esto se debe probablemente a que un archivo

de clase o estilo LaTeX que necesita no está disponible. Vea el manual

Personalización para más información.

LyX será incapaz de producir salida.

Esto pasa con la mayoría de las plantillas que están en abrir nuevo desde
plantilla:
aa.lyx
aastex.lyx
ACM-siggraph.lyx
ACM-sigplan.lyx
agu_article.lyx
apa.lyx
...

Sí funcionan
dinbrief.lyx
docbock_article.lyx
...


No encontré solución reportada.

Agradecería que me ayuden.

___
En Inglés con GoogleTraslate:

10.04 Kubuntu use Spanish custom and custom Linux Mint KDE 9 Basque.

LyX 1.6.5 installed. from repositories

In the two I get this error (in Basque, equivalent):


The layout file requested by this document

x.layout,

is not usable. This is probably due to a file

LaTeX class or style you need is not available. See manual

Customization for more information.

LyX will not produce output. 

This happens with most of the templates that are in open new from template
aa.lyx
aastex.lyx
ACM-siggraph.lyx
ACM-sigplan.lyx
agu_article.lyx
apa.lyx
...

Do work
dinbrief.lyx
docbock_article.lyx
...


I found no solution reported.

Please let me help.


Re: xxxxx.layout

2010-11-25 Thread Richard Heck

On 11/25/2010 06:00 PM, Juan Abasolo Isasa wrote:


___
En Ingle's con GoogleTraslate:

10.04 Kubuntu use Spanish custom and custom Linux Mint KDE 9 Basque.

LyX 1.6.5 installed. from repositories

In the two I get this error (in Basque, equivalent):


The layout file requested by this document

x.layout,

is not usable. This is probably due to a file

LaTeX class or style you need is not available. See manual

Customization for more information.

LyX will not produce output. 

This happens with most of the templates that are in open new from 
template

aa.lyx
aastex.lyx
ACM-siggraph.lyx
ACM-sigplan.lyx
agu_article.lyx
apa.lyx
...

Do work
dinbrief.lyx
docbock_article.lyx
...

This is normal. Your base LaTeX installation does not provide every 
class that LyX is capable of using. If you have some reason that you 
need to use these classes, then you can install the LaTeX packages in 
the usual way. There is lots of information about how to do so on the 
Internet, and your LaTeX distribution (TeXLive?) may contain a tool to 
help with this.


Richard



Re: xxxxx.layout

2010-11-25 Thread Manolo Martínez
Some of those classes are in the Ubuntu package texlive-publishers. You
can try installing that -if you need those classes, that is.

Algunas de esas clases están en el paquete de Ubuntu texlive-publishers.
Puedes intentar instalarlo, si es que te hacen falta.

Manolo




Re: xxxxx.layout

2010-11-25 Thread Junchao Zhang
I run into this problem too.
I installed texlive2010 and lyx 1.6.7 under my directory.
By tlmgr, I installed IEEEconf.cls.
kpsewhich tex IEEEtran.cls shows
 /home/jczhang/usr/local/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/IEEEtran/IEEEtran.cls
When I click Lyx's Tools-- Tex Informantion, I can see lyx has found
IEEEtran.cls
Help--About Lyx shows Library directory is ~/usr/share/lyx. I can find
 layouts/IEEEtran.layout under this directory.

I run Lyx Tools--Reconfigure several times, but in Document class  drop
list, it is still Unavailable : artical (IEEEtran)

Any idea?
Thanks

Junchao Zhang

2010/11/25 Richard Heck rgh...@comcast.net

  On 11/25/2010 06:00 PM, Juan Abasolo Isasa wrote:


 ___
 En Inglés con GoogleTraslate:

 10.04 Kubuntu use Spanish custom and custom Linux Mint KDE 9 Basque.

 LyX 1.6.5 installed. from repositories

 In the two I get this error (in Basque, equivalent):


 The layout file requested by this document

 x.layout,

 is not usable. This is probably due to a file

 LaTeX class or style you need is not available. See manual

 Customization for more information.

 LyX will not produce output. 

 This happens with most of the templates that are in open new from
 template
 aa.lyx
 aastex.lyx
 ACM-siggraph.lyx
 ACM-sigplan.lyx
 agu_article.lyx
 apa.lyx
 ...

 Do work
 dinbrief.lyx
 docbock_article.lyx
 ...

  This is normal. Your base LaTeX installation does not provide every class
 that LyX is capable of using. If you have some reason that you need to use
 these classes, then you can install the LaTeX packages in the usual way.
 There is lots of information about how to do so on the Internet, and your
 LaTeX distribution (TeXLive?) may contain a tool to help with this.

 Richard




Why doesn't lyx have a real time spellchecker?

2010-11-25 Thread Niko Schwarz
I just saw the question being asked here:
http://www.terminally-incoherent.com/blog/2010/02/04/lyx-easy-latex-without-spell-check/

Also: shouldn't lyx have a twitter account that I can ask such questions?

Niko


Re: Why doesn't lyx have a real time spellchecker?

2010-11-25 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn
 I just saw the question being asked here:
 http://www.terminally-incoherent.com/blog/2010/02/04/lyx-easy-latex-without-spell-check/

Please read the second last paragraph of the article.

 Also: shouldn't lyx have a twitter account that I can ask such questions?

Isn't a mailing list good enough ?

Vincent


appendix starts on an even page

2010-11-25 Thread Christopher . E
Hey guys,

I have a problem with my phd-thesis. After my bibliography the appendix should 
start. The problem is that the last reference of the bibliography is on an even 
page. The next odd page is empty and hence the appendix starts on the next even 
page. How can I get rid of this empty page between the bibliography and the 
appendix? Is this normal? I thought new chapters should start on an odd page. I 
am using Lyx 1.6.5 and the ducumentclass is report (Koma-script) two-sided. For 
the bibliography I used bibtex with the unsrtdin style. The appendix chapter I 
included with input. Please tell me when you need further information and 
thanks in andvance for your help.
Regards,
Chris
-- 
GMX DSL Doppel-Flat ab 19,99 euro;/mtl.! Jetzt auch mit 
gratis Notebook-Flat! http://portal.gmx.net/de/go/dsl


Re: [Pub-forum] Lyx justification problem

2010-11-25 Thread Richard Heck

On 11/25/2010 01:39 AM, Michael Joyner wrote:

We are using Lyx for automatically formated PDF creation at my job.
We ended up putty \begin{sloppy} at the very beginning of the 
document, and closing off with \end{sloppy} as the very last thing.
It seems rather strange for the default behavior of latex to have text 
over-run the margins (IMHO)


Let me second Gunter's remarks about this. If you want it to be entirely 
automated, then this is a fine solution, but the reason it isn't the 
default behavior is that, when the text does overrun the margin, this is 
due to an overful hbox that LaTeX itself does not know how to resolve 
within the parameters that have been set. The definition of \sloppy is just:


\def\sloppy{%
  \tolerance %
  \emergencystretch 3em%
  \hfuzz .5\p@
  \vfuzz\hfuzz}

So it's resetting how tolerant LaTeX is of bad lines, and allowing it to 
insert extra whitespace between words. Here's fussy:


\def\fussy{%
  \emergencystretch\z@
  \tolerance 200%
  \hfuzz .1\p@
  \vfuzz\hfuzz}

So you can also adjust these yourself, to more relaxed, but not 
completely relaxed, limits.



I have just installed Lyx on a MacBook and have tried to format
some test
copy. Everything is fine except that whenever a hyphenated word
appears at
the end of a line it is not properly justified. The hyphenated
word just
hangs out in the margin.

This is almost certainly not true, i.e., that whenever a hyphenated 
word appears, you get this problem. It will happen sometimes, for the 
reasons given, but if it's happening every time, then that is just bad luck.


Richard



Re: Why doesn't lyx have a real time spellchecker?

2010-11-25 Thread Charlie
On Thu, 25 Nov 2010 15:41:50 +0100 Vincent van Ravesteijn v...@lyx.org
shared this with is all on the Lyx users list:

Isn't a mailing list good enough ? 

It most certainly is, and thank you.

Charlie
-- 
http://www.skymesh.net.au/~taogypsy/

Registered Linux User:- 329524
***

We are never deceived; we deceive ourselves.
Johann-Wolfgang-Von-Goethe

***
Debian GNU/Linux - just the best way to create magic
___


xxxxx.layout

2010-11-25 Thread Juan Abasolo Isasa
In English (GoogleTraslate) below:

Uso Kubuntu 10.04 personalizada en español y Linux Mint KDE 9 personalizado
en vasco.

Instalé LyX 1.6.5. desde repositorios

En los dos me sale este error (en vasco, el equivalente):


El archivo de diseño requerido por este documento,

x.layout,

no es utilizable. Esto se debe probablemente a que un archivo

de clase o estilo LaTeX que necesita no está disponible. Vea el manual

Personalización para más información.

LyX será incapaz de producir salida.

Esto pasa con la mayoría de las plantillas que están en abrir nuevo desde
plantilla:
aa.lyx
aastex.lyx
ACM-siggraph.lyx
ACM-sigplan.lyx
agu_article.lyx
apa.lyx
...

Sí funcionan
dinbrief.lyx
docbock_article.lyx
...


No encontré solución reportada.

Agradecería que me ayuden.

___
En Inglés con GoogleTraslate:

10.04 Kubuntu use Spanish custom and custom Linux Mint KDE 9 Basque.

LyX 1.6.5 installed. from repositories

In the two I get this error (in Basque, equivalent):


The layout file requested by this document

x.layout,

is not usable. This is probably due to a file

LaTeX class or style you need is not available. See manual

Customization for more information.

LyX will not produce output. 

This happens with most of the templates that are in open new from template
aa.lyx
aastex.lyx
ACM-siggraph.lyx
ACM-sigplan.lyx
agu_article.lyx
apa.lyx
...

Do work
dinbrief.lyx
docbock_article.lyx
...


I found no solution reported.

Please let me help.


Re: xxxxx.layout

2010-11-25 Thread Richard Heck

On 11/25/2010 06:00 PM, Juan Abasolo Isasa wrote:


___
En Ingle's con GoogleTraslate:

10.04 Kubuntu use Spanish custom and custom Linux Mint KDE 9 Basque.

LyX 1.6.5 installed. from repositories

In the two I get this error (in Basque, equivalent):


The layout file requested by this document

x.layout,

is not usable. This is probably due to a file

LaTeX class or style you need is not available. See manual

Customization for more information.

LyX will not produce output. 

This happens with most of the templates that are in open new from 
template

aa.lyx
aastex.lyx
ACM-siggraph.lyx
ACM-sigplan.lyx
agu_article.lyx
apa.lyx
...

Do work
dinbrief.lyx
docbock_article.lyx
...

This is normal. Your base LaTeX installation does not provide every 
class that LyX is capable of using. If you have some reason that you 
need to use these classes, then you can install the LaTeX packages in 
the usual way. There is lots of information about how to do so on the 
Internet, and your LaTeX distribution (TeXLive?) may contain a tool to 
help with this.


Richard



Re: xxxxx.layout

2010-11-25 Thread Manolo Martínez
Some of those classes are in the Ubuntu package texlive-publishers. You
can try installing that -if you need those classes, that is.

Algunas de esas clases están en el paquete de Ubuntu texlive-publishers.
Puedes intentar instalarlo, si es que te hacen falta.

Manolo




Re: xxxxx.layout

2010-11-25 Thread Junchao Zhang
I run into this problem too.
I installed texlive2010 and lyx 1.6.7 under my directory.
By tlmgr, I installed IEEEconf.cls.
kpsewhich tex IEEEtran.cls shows
 /home/jczhang/usr/local/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/IEEEtran/IEEEtran.cls
When I click Lyx's Tools-- Tex Informantion, I can see lyx has found
IEEEtran.cls
Help--About Lyx shows Library directory is ~/usr/share/lyx. I can find
 layouts/IEEEtran.layout under this directory.

I run Lyx Tools--Reconfigure several times, but in Document class  drop
list, it is still Unavailable : artical (IEEEtran)

Any idea?
Thanks

Junchao Zhang

2010/11/25 Richard Heck rgh...@comcast.net

  On 11/25/2010 06:00 PM, Juan Abasolo Isasa wrote:


 ___
 En Inglés con GoogleTraslate:

 10.04 Kubuntu use Spanish custom and custom Linux Mint KDE 9 Basque.

 LyX 1.6.5 installed. from repositories

 In the two I get this error (in Basque, equivalent):


 The layout file requested by this document

 x.layout,

 is not usable. This is probably due to a file

 LaTeX class or style you need is not available. See manual

 Customization for more information.

 LyX will not produce output. 

 This happens with most of the templates that are in open new from
 template
 aa.lyx
 aastex.lyx
 ACM-siggraph.lyx
 ACM-sigplan.lyx
 agu_article.lyx
 apa.lyx
 ...

 Do work
 dinbrief.lyx
 docbock_article.lyx
 ...

  This is normal. Your base LaTeX installation does not provide every class
 that LyX is capable of using. If you have some reason that you need to use
 these classes, then you can install the LaTeX packages in the usual way.
 There is lots of information about how to do so on the Internet, and your
 LaTeX distribution (TeXLive?) may contain a tool to help with this.

 Richard




Why doesn't lyx have a real time spellchecker?

2010-11-25 Thread Niko Schwarz
I just saw the question being asked here:
http://www.terminally-incoherent.com/blog/2010/02/04/lyx-easy-latex-without-spell-check/

Also: shouldn't lyx have a twitter account that I can ask such questions?

Niko


Re: Why doesn't lyx have a real time spellchecker?

2010-11-25 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn
> I just saw the question being asked here:
> http://www.terminally-incoherent.com/blog/2010/02/04/lyx-easy-latex-without-spell-check/

Please read the second last paragraph of the article.

> Also: shouldn't lyx have a twitter account that I can ask such questions?

Isn't a mailing list good enough ?

Vincent


appendix starts on an even page

2010-11-25 Thread Christopher . E
Hey guys,

I have a problem with my phd-thesis. After my bibliography the appendix should 
start. The problem is that the last reference of the bibliography is on an even 
page. The next odd page is empty and hence the appendix starts on the next even 
page. How can I get rid of this empty page between the bibliography and the 
appendix? Is this normal? I thought new chapters should start on an odd page. I 
am using Lyx 1.6.5 and the ducumentclass is report (Koma-script) two-sided. For 
the bibliography I used bibtex with the unsrtdin style. The appendix chapter I 
included with input. Please tell me when you need further information and 
thanks in andvance for your help.
Regards,
Chris
-- 
GMX DSL Doppel-Flat ab 19,99 /mtl.! Jetzt auch mit 
gratis Notebook-Flat! http://portal.gmx.net/de/go/dsl


Re: [Pub-forum] Lyx justification problem

2010-11-25 Thread Richard Heck

On 11/25/2010 01:39 AM, Michael Joyner wrote:

We are using Lyx for automatically formated PDF creation at my job.
We ended up putty \begin{sloppy} at the very beginning of the 
document, and closing off with \end{sloppy} as the very last thing.
It seems rather strange for the default behavior of latex to have text 
over-run the margins (IMHO)


Let me second Gunter's remarks about this. If you want it to be entirely 
automated, then this is a fine solution, but the reason it isn't the 
default behavior is that, when the text does overrun the margin, this is 
due to an "overful hbox" that LaTeX itself does not know how to resolve 
within the parameters that have been set. The definition of \sloppy is just:


\def\sloppy{%
  \tolerance %
  \emergencystretch 3em%
  \hfuzz .5\p@
  \vfuzz\hfuzz}

So it's resetting how tolerant LaTeX is of bad lines, and allowing it to 
insert extra whitespace between words. Here's fussy:


\def\fussy{%
  \emergencystretch\z@
  \tolerance 200%
  \hfuzz .1\p@
  \vfuzz\hfuzz}

So you can also adjust these yourself, to more relaxed, but not 
completely relaxed, limits.



I have just installed Lyx on a MacBook and have tried to format
some test
copy. Everything is fine except that whenever a hyphenated word
appears at
the end of a line it is not properly justified. The hyphenated
word just
hangs out in the margin.

This is almost certainly not true, i.e., that "whenever a hyphenated 
word appears", you get this problem. It will happen sometimes, for the 
reasons given, but if it's happening every time, then that is just bad luck.


Richard



Re: Why doesn't lyx have a real time spellchecker?

2010-11-25 Thread Charlie
On Thu, 25 Nov 2010 15:41:50 +0100 Vincent van Ravesteijn 
shared this with is all on the Lyx users list:

>Isn't a mailing list good enough ? 

It most certainly is, and thank you.

Charlie
-- 
http://www.skymesh.net.au/~taogypsy/

Registered Linux User:- 329524
***

We are never deceived; we deceive ourselves.
Johann-Wolfgang-Von-Goethe

***
Debian GNU/Linux - just the best way to create magic
___


xxxxx.layout

2010-11-25 Thread Juan Abasolo Isasa
In English (GoogleTraslate) below:

Uso Kubuntu 10.04 personalizada en español y Linux Mint KDE 9 personalizado
en vasco.

Instalé LyX 1.6.5. desde repositorios

En los dos me sale este error (en vasco, el equivalente):


"El archivo de diseño requerido por este documento,

x.layout,

no es utilizable. Esto se debe probablemente a que un archivo

de clase o estilo LaTeX que necesita no está disponible. Vea el manual

Personalización para más información.

LyX será incapaz de producir salida."

Esto pasa con la mayoría de las plantillas que están en "abrir nuevo desde
plantilla":
aa.lyx
aastex.lyx
ACM-siggraph.lyx
ACM-sigplan.lyx
agu_article.lyx
apa.lyx
...

Sí funcionan
dinbrief.lyx
docbock_article.lyx
...


No encontré solución reportada.

Agradecería que me ayuden.

___
En Inglés con GoogleTraslate:

10.04 Kubuntu use Spanish custom and custom Linux Mint KDE 9 Basque.

LyX 1.6.5 installed. from repositories

In the two I get this error (in Basque, equivalent):


"The layout file requested by this document

x.layout,

is not usable. This is probably due to a file

LaTeX class or style you need is not available. See manual

Customization for more information.

LyX will not produce output. "

This happens with most of the templates that are in "open new from template"
aa.lyx
aastex.lyx
ACM-siggraph.lyx
ACM-sigplan.lyx
agu_article.lyx
apa.lyx
...

Do work
dinbrief.lyx
docbock_article.lyx
...


I found no solution reported.

Please let me help.


Re: xxxxx.layout

2010-11-25 Thread Richard Heck

On 11/25/2010 06:00 PM, Juan Abasolo Isasa wrote:


___
En Ingle's con GoogleTraslate:

10.04 Kubuntu use Spanish custom and custom Linux Mint KDE 9 Basque.

LyX 1.6.5 installed. from repositories

In the two I get this error (in Basque, equivalent):


"The layout file requested by this document

x.layout,

is not usable. This is probably due to a file

LaTeX class or style you need is not available. See manual

Customization for more information.

LyX will not produce output. "

This happens with most of the templates that are in "open new from 
template"

aa.lyx
aastex.lyx
ACM-siggraph.lyx
ACM-sigplan.lyx
agu_article.lyx
apa.lyx
...

Do work
dinbrief.lyx
docbock_article.lyx
...

This is normal. Your base LaTeX installation does not provide every 
class that LyX is capable of using. If you have some reason that you 
need to use these classes, then you can install the LaTeX packages in 
the usual way. There is lots of information about how to do so on the 
Internet, and your LaTeX distribution (TeXLive?) may contain a tool to 
help with this.


Richard



Re: xxxxx.layout

2010-11-25 Thread Manolo Martínez
Some of those classes are in the Ubuntu package texlive-publishers. You
can try installing that -if you need those classes, that is.

Algunas de esas clases están en el paquete de Ubuntu texlive-publishers.
Puedes intentar instalarlo, si es que te hacen falta.

Manolo




Re: xxxxx.layout

2010-11-25 Thread Junchao Zhang
I run into this problem too.
I installed texlive2010 and lyx 1.6.7 under my directory.
By tlmgr, I installed IEEEconf.cls.
"kpsewhich tex IEEEtran.cls" shows
 "/home/jczhang/usr/local/texlive/texmf-dist/tex/latex/IEEEtran/IEEEtran.cls"
When I click Lyx's Tools--> Tex Informantion, I can see lyx has found
IEEEtran.cls
"Help-->About Lyx" shows Library directory is ~/usr/share/lyx. I can find
 layouts/IEEEtran.layout under this directory.

I run Lyx Tools-->Reconfigure several times, but in "Document class " drop
list, it is still "Unavailable : artical (IEEEtran)"

Any idea?
Thanks

Junchao Zhang

2010/11/25 Richard Heck 

>  On 11/25/2010 06:00 PM, Juan Abasolo Isasa wrote:
>
>
> ___
> En Inglés con GoogleTraslate:
>
> 10.04 Kubuntu use Spanish custom and custom Linux Mint KDE 9 Basque.
>
> LyX 1.6.5 installed. from repositories
>
> In the two I get this error (in Basque, equivalent):
>
>
> "The layout file requested by this document
>
> x.layout,
>
> is not usable. This is probably due to a file
>
> LaTeX class or style you need is not available. See manual
>
> Customization for more information.
>
> LyX will not produce output. "
>
> This happens with most of the templates that are in "open new from
> template"
> aa.lyx
> aastex.lyx
> ACM-siggraph.lyx
> ACM-sigplan.lyx
> agu_article.lyx
> apa.lyx
> ...
>
> Do work
> dinbrief.lyx
> docbock_article.lyx
> ...
>
>  This is normal. Your base LaTeX installation does not provide every class
> that LyX is capable of using. If you have some reason that you need to use
> these classes, then you can install the LaTeX packages in the usual way.
> There is lots of information about how to do so on the Internet, and your
> LaTeX distribution (TeXLive?) may contain a tool to help with this.
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> Richard
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