Re: Undefined control sequence

2011-05-18 Thread Sølvi
Hi

I have solved the problem and as someone suggested it was something with the
installation. I simply uninstalled and then reinstalled LyX 1.6.9 and now I
can compile the document without any problems (haven't checked the document
in detail, but it look OK). Strange how the set-up can change just by
turning on and off the computer. Someone also suggested to install the
latest version (2.0), but that gives me, if possible, even more errors so
I'll just stick to the 1.6.9 vs for now.

And while I'm at it (sorry for asking another question in the same mail),
can anyone explain why some of my cross references and references just turn
out as question marks in the compiled pdf document?

And thanks everyone for the help.

Solvi

2011/5/16 Richard Heck rgh...@comcast.net

  On 05/16/2011 08:00 AM, Sølvi wrote:

 Hi.

 Hope someone can help me with this beacuse I'm getting desperate.

 I use LYX version 1.6.9 on a XP-platform

 I have a Masterdocument with several included files, I worked on this
 document only a few weeks ago with no problems, but now I can't view it in
 PDF anymore. When I press the view PDF-button i get a long list which says
 Undefined control sequence and the following error message:


 *\ltx@newglobalif *

 * \ifGPT@pagecolor*

 *The control sequence at the end of the top line*

 *of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have*

 *misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct*

 *spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,*

 *and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.*


  I've also tried to PDF just the smaller, included douments seperatly but
 get the same error. I've looked everywhere for a solution and can't figure
 out what's wrong, considering the document was fine a few weeks ago. Hope
 anyone can help me with this, and please keep in mind that I'm a novise to
 LYX and need simple explanations :)


  Can you post the full error log? What we really want is the first of
 these errors.

 Richard




Re: Lyx 2.0.0 OSX crashes

2011-05-18 Thread Sebastian Rockel
Hello,

I can confirm that on my OSX 10.6.7 machine LyX2 is reproducible crashing when 
using BetterTouchTool to resize the main window.
(I think that wasn't the case with any release candidate as far as I remember, 
LyX 1.6 was okay as well)

Kind regards,
Sebastian

Am 17.05.2011 um 18:27 schrieb Stephan Witt:

 Am 17.05.2011 um 18:05 schrieb Murat Yildizoglu:
 
 I am lost on this. I have installed the last version of Lyx and it crashes 
 quite systematically. I have never seen this with Lyx. It is nearly unusable.
 I have also version 1.6 on my laptop but the preferences folders are of 
 course separated. I have downloaded and reinstalled Lyx (two hours ago), but 
 I continue to get the same problem. I can launch Lyx, but at one point it 
 crashes as soon as I click somewhere on the window. 
 
 I have renamed the old Lyx2 config folder and started Lyx, but it has 
 immediately crashed (but It has created the new configuration folder in the 
 Library).
 I have also tried to launch Lyx from a terminal window. I have ended with a 
 Segmentation fault
 
 I get the following crash report under OSX:
 
 ...
 
 It looks like you're using divvy or SizeUp or a similar tool.
 http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/7365
 
 Please, can you stop it and try again?
 
 Stephan



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Re: LyX for Mac OSX 10.6.7?

2011-05-18 Thread Trevor Jenkins
I recently installed LyX on Snow Leopard (Server) [10.6.7 with all the
latest patches]. Go to lyx.org and download the dmg from there. That page
you listed is somewhat old; Apple don't appear to be update those download
pages anymore --- they are pushing App Store instead.

Remember you will need to have an installed TeX before installing LyX.
Follow the hints on he Mac-specific pages in the Wiki, which will direct you
to CTAN for a Mac TeX install (be aware that the recommended MacTeX
install is a pkg of 1.2Gb). MacTeX will install most of the common TeX/LaTeX
packages for you/

If you havent used LyX before read the documentation it will be worth the
effort. And remember that the online help provided with LyX is in LyX format
so as you read it you will have a good introduction to the user interface.

On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 9:38 PM, Samuel Turk samuelt...@yahoo.com wrote:

 To whom it may concern:


 I have never used LyX before but I've been told it is a very good program.
 I would like to install it on my Mac OSX 10.6.7

 I found LyX available on Apple's web site here:
 http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/unix_open_source/lyx.html

 However, the download failed. Would you direct me to where I can find step
 by step instructions to get LyX properly downloaded and running on my Mac?

 Thanks in advance,

 Sam




-- 
Regards, Trevor.

 Re: deemed!


Re: moderncv template error to compile

2011-05-18 Thread Manolo Martínez

  It is, indeed, an empty moderncv document. The information in the
  preamble is enough to make LyX choke.
 
 It is because your file uses the preamble of the LyX example file that came 
 with LyX 1.6.0. Since 
 LyX 1.6.8 the preamble is adapted to run also with the latest modernCV 
 versions. I therefore 
 recommend to replace your preamble with that you find in LyX's modernCV 
 example file. Alternatively, 
 delete in your file the last preamble line
 \AtBeginDocument{\maketitle}
 as I did in the attached file.

... and add \maketitle in ERT at the beginning of the document --
otherwise it doesn't print the header with name, address, etc. 

Now it does work. Thanks for the info, Uwe. 
 
 regards Uwe




RE: Footnote location

2011-05-18 Thread tania kallab

Hey again,
if i wanted to insert two equations on the same line not using inline equations 
since i want it to be centered taking the shape of a display equation can 
anyone help me with that

 Date: Tue, 17 May 2011 09:01:25 -0400
 From: rgh...@comcast.net
 To: taniakal...@hotmail.com
 CC: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
 Subject: Re: Footnote location
 
 On 05/17/2011 06:16 AM, Tania wrote:
  Sandro Portmann sandro.portmann@... writes:
 
  Goodmorning,
  actually i have the same problem regarding the footnote location
  i wrote a paragraph and then skiped to the next page without filling the 
  previous one. the footnote in the latter is right under the end of the 
  paragraph 
  meaning positioned in the middle of the page. how to keep it always at the 
  bottom thank you for the help
 
 What document class is this? In any event, you can try:
 \flushbottom
 in your preamble.
 
 Richard
 
  

Re: LyX cache

2011-05-18 Thread Pavel Sanda
Richard Heck wrote:
 Thank you for the answer!
 I guess I have to remember cleaning the cache now and then.

there is lifetime for cache in lyx prefs.
pavel


Re: LyX cache

2011-05-18 Thread Påvel Nicklasson

Den 2011-05-18 19:53:05 skrev Pavel Sanda sa...@lyx.org:


Richard Heck wrote:

Thank you for the answer!
I guess I have to remember cleaning the cache now and then.


there is lifetime for cache in lyx prefs.
pavel



I found it!
The default setting of 180 days seems a little too generous to me.
Påvel


Re: Footnote location

2011-05-18 Thread Richard Heck
On 05/18/2011 08:34 AM, tania kallab wrote:
 Hey again,

 if i wanted to insert two equations on the same line not using inline
 equations since i want it to be centered taking the shape of a display
 equation can anyone help me with that

One way to do this would be to use an array (InsertMathArray), make it
1x3, and put the equations in the outer cells and nothing but some space
in the middle.

Richard



Re: Undefined control sequence

2011-05-18 Thread Paul Rubin
Sølvi s.n.missy at gmail.com writes:

 And while I'm at it (sorry for asking another question in the same mail),
 can anyone explain why some of my cross references and references just
 turn out as question marks in the compiled pdf document?

If you are using BibTeX, it's possible that something is borked in your .bib 
file (such as a character with a funny encoding, or a malformed record). Does
the LaTeX log file give any indication what is wrong?

Paul






Re: PDF will not reload

2011-05-18 Thread Joost Verburg
Uwe Stöhr uwesto...@web.de wrote in message 
news:4dd31d27.1010...@web.de...
 Yes, that's why we created a program to close/reopen Adobe Reader 
 automatically.

 Joost, do you have an idea why this doesn't work for Hafney?

It works fine for me with the same setup, Windows 7 + Adobe Reader 10.0.1.

Do I understand correctly that the View PDF button works but Update PDF 
does not? When happens when you click Update?

Joost 





Re: Lyx 2.0 Sweave Error

2011-05-18 Thread Yihui Xie
Hi Amy,

It will help a lot if you can post the detailed message when you ran
Sweave in LyX. You can turn on the message panel by the menu
View--View messages, then take a look at the log message there.

Regards,
Yihui
--
Yihui Xie xieyi...@gmail.com
Phone: 515-294-2465 Web: http://yihui.name
Department of Statistics, Iowa State University
2215 Snedecor Hall, Ames, IA



On Wed, May 18, 2011 at 6:55 PM, Amy Van Cise avanc...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi,
 I've installed Lyx 2.0 to use with Sweave and receive the attached error
 with the example sweave.lyx. Can you help me interpret this error?
 Cheers,
 Amy


Re: Undefined control sequence

2011-05-18 Thread Sølvi
Hi

I have solved the problem and as someone suggested it was something with the
installation. I simply uninstalled and then reinstalled LyX 1.6.9 and now I
can compile the document without any problems (haven't checked the document
in detail, but it look OK). Strange how the set-up can change just by
turning on and off the computer. Someone also suggested to install the
latest version (2.0), but that gives me, if possible, even more errors so
I'll just stick to the 1.6.9 vs for now.

And while I'm at it (sorry for asking another question in the same mail),
can anyone explain why some of my cross references and references just turn
out as question marks in the compiled pdf document?

And thanks everyone for the help.

Solvi

2011/5/16 Richard Heck rgh...@comcast.net

  On 05/16/2011 08:00 AM, Sølvi wrote:

 Hi.

 Hope someone can help me with this beacuse I'm getting desperate.

 I use LYX version 1.6.9 on a XP-platform

 I have a Masterdocument with several included files, I worked on this
 document only a few weeks ago with no problems, but now I can't view it in
 PDF anymore. When I press the view PDF-button i get a long list which says
 Undefined control sequence and the following error message:


 *\ltx@newglobalif *

 * \ifGPT@pagecolor*

 *The control sequence at the end of the top line*

 *of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have*

 *misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct*

 *spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,*

 *and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.*


  I've also tried to PDF just the smaller, included douments seperatly but
 get the same error. I've looked everywhere for a solution and can't figure
 out what's wrong, considering the document was fine a few weeks ago. Hope
 anyone can help me with this, and please keep in mind that I'm a novise to
 LYX and need simple explanations :)


  Can you post the full error log? What we really want is the first of
 these errors.

 Richard




Re: Lyx 2.0.0 OSX crashes

2011-05-18 Thread Sebastian Rockel
Hello,

I can confirm that on my OSX 10.6.7 machine LyX2 is reproducible crashing when 
using BetterTouchTool to resize the main window.
(I think that wasn't the case with any release candidate as far as I remember, 
LyX 1.6 was okay as well)

Kind regards,
Sebastian

Am 17.05.2011 um 18:27 schrieb Stephan Witt:

 Am 17.05.2011 um 18:05 schrieb Murat Yildizoglu:
 
 I am lost on this. I have installed the last version of Lyx and it crashes 
 quite systematically. I have never seen this with Lyx. It is nearly unusable.
 I have also version 1.6 on my laptop but the preferences folders are of 
 course separated. I have downloaded and reinstalled Lyx (two hours ago), but 
 I continue to get the same problem. I can launch Lyx, but at one point it 
 crashes as soon as I click somewhere on the window. 
 
 I have renamed the old Lyx2 config folder and started Lyx, but it has 
 immediately crashed (but It has created the new configuration folder in the 
 Library).
 I have also tried to launch Lyx from a terminal window. I have ended with a 
 Segmentation fault
 
 I get the following crash report under OSX:
 
 ...
 
 It looks like you're using divvy or SizeUp or a similar tool.
 http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/7365
 
 Please, can you stop it and try again?
 
 Stephan



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Re: LyX for Mac OSX 10.6.7?

2011-05-18 Thread Trevor Jenkins
I recently installed LyX on Snow Leopard (Server) [10.6.7 with all the
latest patches]. Go to lyx.org and download the dmg from there. That page
you listed is somewhat old; Apple don't appear to be update those download
pages anymore --- they are pushing App Store instead.

Remember you will need to have an installed TeX before installing LyX.
Follow the hints on he Mac-specific pages in the Wiki, which will direct you
to CTAN for a Mac TeX install (be aware that the recommended MacTeX
install is a pkg of 1.2Gb). MacTeX will install most of the common TeX/LaTeX
packages for you/

If you havent used LyX before read the documentation it will be worth the
effort. And remember that the online help provided with LyX is in LyX format
so as you read it you will have a good introduction to the user interface.

On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 9:38 PM, Samuel Turk samuelt...@yahoo.com wrote:

 To whom it may concern:


 I have never used LyX before but I've been told it is a very good program.
 I would like to install it on my Mac OSX 10.6.7

 I found LyX available on Apple's web site here:
 http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/unix_open_source/lyx.html

 However, the download failed. Would you direct me to where I can find step
 by step instructions to get LyX properly downloaded and running on my Mac?

 Thanks in advance,

 Sam




-- 
Regards, Trevor.

 Re: deemed!


Re: moderncv template error to compile

2011-05-18 Thread Manolo Martínez

  It is, indeed, an empty moderncv document. The information in the
  preamble is enough to make LyX choke.
 
 It is because your file uses the preamble of the LyX example file that came 
 with LyX 1.6.0. Since 
 LyX 1.6.8 the preamble is adapted to run also with the latest modernCV 
 versions. I therefore 
 recommend to replace your preamble with that you find in LyX's modernCV 
 example file. Alternatively, 
 delete in your file the last preamble line
 \AtBeginDocument{\maketitle}
 as I did in the attached file.

... and add \maketitle in ERT at the beginning of the document --
otherwise it doesn't print the header with name, address, etc. 

Now it does work. Thanks for the info, Uwe. 
 
 regards Uwe




RE: Footnote location

2011-05-18 Thread tania kallab

Hey again,
if i wanted to insert two equations on the same line not using inline equations 
since i want it to be centered taking the shape of a display equation can 
anyone help me with that

 Date: Tue, 17 May 2011 09:01:25 -0400
 From: rgh...@comcast.net
 To: taniakal...@hotmail.com
 CC: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
 Subject: Re: Footnote location
 
 On 05/17/2011 06:16 AM, Tania wrote:
  Sandro Portmann sandro.portmann@... writes:
 
  Goodmorning,
  actually i have the same problem regarding the footnote location
  i wrote a paragraph and then skiped to the next page without filling the 
  previous one. the footnote in the latter is right under the end of the 
  paragraph 
  meaning positioned in the middle of the page. how to keep it always at the 
  bottom thank you for the help
 
 What document class is this? In any event, you can try:
 \flushbottom
 in your preamble.
 
 Richard
 
  

Re: LyX cache

2011-05-18 Thread Pavel Sanda
Richard Heck wrote:
 Thank you for the answer!
 I guess I have to remember cleaning the cache now and then.

there is lifetime for cache in lyx prefs.
pavel


Re: LyX cache

2011-05-18 Thread Påvel Nicklasson

Den 2011-05-18 19:53:05 skrev Pavel Sanda sa...@lyx.org:


Richard Heck wrote:

Thank you for the answer!
I guess I have to remember cleaning the cache now and then.


there is lifetime for cache in lyx prefs.
pavel



I found it!
The default setting of 180 days seems a little too generous to me.
Påvel


Re: Footnote location

2011-05-18 Thread Richard Heck
On 05/18/2011 08:34 AM, tania kallab wrote:
 Hey again,

 if i wanted to insert two equations on the same line not using inline
 equations since i want it to be centered taking the shape of a display
 equation can anyone help me with that

One way to do this would be to use an array (InsertMathArray), make it
1x3, and put the equations in the outer cells and nothing but some space
in the middle.

Richard



Re: Undefined control sequence

2011-05-18 Thread Paul Rubin
Sølvi s.n.missy at gmail.com writes:

 And while I'm at it (sorry for asking another question in the same mail),
 can anyone explain why some of my cross references and references just
 turn out as question marks in the compiled pdf document?

If you are using BibTeX, it's possible that something is borked in your .bib 
file (such as a character with a funny encoding, or a malformed record). Does
the LaTeX log file give any indication what is wrong?

Paul






Re: PDF will not reload

2011-05-18 Thread Joost Verburg
Uwe Stöhr uwesto...@web.de wrote in message 
news:4dd31d27.1010...@web.de...
 Yes, that's why we created a program to close/reopen Adobe Reader 
 automatically.

 Joost, do you have an idea why this doesn't work for Hafney?

It works fine for me with the same setup, Windows 7 + Adobe Reader 10.0.1.

Do I understand correctly that the View PDF button works but Update PDF 
does not? When happens when you click Update?

Joost 





Re: Lyx 2.0 Sweave Error

2011-05-18 Thread Yihui Xie
Hi Amy,

It will help a lot if you can post the detailed message when you ran
Sweave in LyX. You can turn on the message panel by the menu
View--View messages, then take a look at the log message there.

Regards,
Yihui
--
Yihui Xie xieyi...@gmail.com
Phone: 515-294-2465 Web: http://yihui.name
Department of Statistics, Iowa State University
2215 Snedecor Hall, Ames, IA



On Wed, May 18, 2011 at 6:55 PM, Amy Van Cise avanc...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi,
 I've installed Lyx 2.0 to use with Sweave and receive the attached error
 with the example sweave.lyx. Can you help me interpret this error?
 Cheers,
 Amy


Re: Undefined control sequence

2011-05-18 Thread Sølvi
Hi

I have solved the problem and as someone suggested it was something with the
installation. I simply uninstalled and then reinstalled LyX 1.6.9 and now I
can compile the document without any problems (haven't checked the document
in detail, but it look OK). Strange how the set-up can change just by
turning on and off the computer. Someone also suggested to install the
latest version (2.0), but that gives me, if possible, even more errors so
I'll just stick to the 1.6.9 vs for now.

And while I'm at it (sorry for asking another question in the same mail),
can anyone explain why some of my cross references and references just turn
out as question marks in the compiled pdf document?

And thanks everyone for the help.

Solvi

2011/5/16 Richard Heck 

>  On 05/16/2011 08:00 AM, Sølvi wrote:
>
> Hi.
>
> Hope someone can help me with this beacuse I'm getting desperate.
>
> I use LYX version 1.6.9 on a XP-platform
>
> I have a Masterdocument with several included files, I worked on this
> document only a few weeks ago with no problems, but now I can't view it in
> PDF anymore. When I press the "view PDF"-button i get a long list which says
> "Undefined control sequence" and the following error message:
>
>
> *\ltx@newglobalif *
>
> * \ifGPT@pagecolor*
>
> *The control sequence at the end of the top line*
>
> *of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have*
>
> *misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct*
>
> *spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,*
>
> *and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.*
>
>
>  I've also tried to PDF just the smaller, included douments seperatly but
> get the same error. I've looked everywhere for a solution and can't figure
> out what's wrong, considering the document was fine a few weeks ago. Hope
> anyone can help me with this, and please keep in mind that I'm a novise to
> LYX and need simple explanations :)
>
>
>  Can you post the full error log? What we really want is the first of
> these errors.
>
> Richard
>
>


Re: Lyx 2.0.0 OSX crashes

2011-05-18 Thread Sebastian Rockel
Hello,

I can confirm that on my OSX 10.6.7 machine LyX2 is reproducible crashing when 
using BetterTouchTool to resize the main window.
(I think that wasn't the case with any release candidate as far as I remember, 
LyX 1.6 was okay as well)

Kind regards,
Sebastian

Am 17.05.2011 um 18:27 schrieb Stephan Witt:

> Am 17.05.2011 um 18:05 schrieb Murat Yildizoglu:
> 
>> I am lost on this. I have installed the last version of Lyx and it crashes 
>> quite systematically. I have never seen this with Lyx. It is nearly unusable.
>> I have also version 1.6 on my laptop but the preferences folders are of 
>> course separated. I have downloaded and reinstalled Lyx (two hours ago), but 
>> I continue to get the same problem. I can launch Lyx, but at one point it 
>> crashes as soon as I click somewhere on the window. 
>> 
>> I have renamed the old Lyx2 config folder and started Lyx, but it has 
>> immediately crashed (but It has created the new configuration folder in the 
>> Library).
>> I have also tried to launch Lyx from a terminal window. I have ended with a 
>> "Segmentation fault"
>> 
>> I get the following crash report under OSX:
> 
> ...
> 
> It looks like you're using divvy or SizeUp or a similar tool.
> http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/7365
> 
> Please, can you stop it and try again?
> 
> Stephan



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Re: LyX for Mac OSX 10.6.7?

2011-05-18 Thread Trevor Jenkins
I recently installed LyX on Snow Leopard (Server) [10.6.7 with all the
latest patches]. Go to lyx.org and download the dmg from there. That page
you listed is somewhat old; Apple don't appear to be update those download
pages anymore --- they are pushing App Store instead.

Remember you will need to have an installed TeX before installing LyX.
Follow the hints on he Mac-specific pages in the Wiki, which will direct you
to CTAN for a Mac TeX install (be aware that the recommended MacTeX
install is a pkg of 1.2Gb). MacTeX will install most of the common TeX/LaTeX
packages for you/

If you havent used LyX before read the documentation it will be worth the
effort. And remember that the online help provided with LyX is in LyX format
so as you read it you will have a good introduction to the user interface.

On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 9:38 PM, Samuel Turk  wrote:

> To whom it may concern:
>
>
> I have never used LyX before but I've been told it is a very good program.
> I would like to install it on my Mac OSX 10.6.7
>
> I found LyX available on Apple's web site here:
> http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/unix_open_source/lyx.html
>
> However, the download failed. Would you direct me to where I can find step
> by step instructions to get LyX properly downloaded and running on my Mac?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Sam




-- 
Regards, Trevor.

<>< Re: deemed!


Re: moderncv template error to compile

2011-05-18 Thread Manolo Martínez

> > It is, indeed, an empty moderncv document. The information in the
> > preamble is enough to make LyX choke.
> 
> It is because your file uses the preamble of the LyX example file that came 
> with LyX 1.6.0. Since 
> LyX 1.6.8 the preamble is adapted to run also with the latest modernCV 
> versions. I therefore 
> recommend to replace your preamble with that you find in LyX's modernCV 
> example file. Alternatively, 
> delete in your file the last preamble line
> \AtBeginDocument{\maketitle}
> as I did in the attached file.

... and add \maketitle in ERT at the beginning of the document --
otherwise it doesn't print the header with name, address, etc. 

Now it does work. Thanks for the info, Uwe. 
> 
> regards Uwe




RE: Footnote location

2011-05-18 Thread tania kallab

Hey again,
if i wanted to insert two equations on the same line not using inline equations 
since i want it to be centered taking the shape of a display equation can 
anyone help me with that

> Date: Tue, 17 May 2011 09:01:25 -0400
> From: rgh...@comcast.net
> To: taniakal...@hotmail.com
> CC: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
> Subject: Re: Footnote location
> 
> On 05/17/2011 06:16 AM, Tania wrote:
> > Sandro Portmann  writes:
> >
> >> Goodmorning,
> > actually i have the same problem regarding the footnote location
> > i wrote a paragraph and then skiped to the next page without filling the 
> > previous one. the footnote in the latter is right under the end of the 
> > paragraph 
> > meaning positioned in the middle of the page. how to keep it always at the 
> > bottom thank you for the help
> >
> What document class is this? In any event, you can try:
> \flushbottom
> in your preamble.
> 
> Richard
> 
  

Re: LyX cache

2011-05-18 Thread Pavel Sanda
Richard Heck wrote:
>> Thank you for the answer!
>> I guess I have to remember cleaning the cache now and then.

there is lifetime for cache in lyx prefs.
pavel


Re: LyX cache

2011-05-18 Thread Påvel Nicklasson

Den 2011-05-18 19:53:05 skrev Pavel Sanda :


Richard Heck wrote:

Thank you for the answer!
I guess I have to remember cleaning the cache now and then.


there is lifetime for cache in lyx prefs.
pavel



I found it!
The default setting of 180 days seems a little too generous to me.
Påvel


Re: Footnote location

2011-05-18 Thread Richard Heck
On 05/18/2011 08:34 AM, tania kallab wrote:
> Hey again,
>
> if i wanted to insert two equations on the same line not using inline
> equations since i want it to be centered taking the shape of a display
> equation can anyone help me with that
>
One way to do this would be to use an array (Insert>Math>Array), make it
1x3, and put the equations in the outer cells and nothing but some space
in the middle.

Richard



Re: Undefined control sequence

2011-05-18 Thread Paul Rubin
Sølvi  gmail.com> writes:

> And while I'm at it (sorry for asking another question in the same mail),
> can anyone explain why some of my cross references and references just
> turn out as question marks in the compiled pdf document?

If you are using BibTeX, it's possible that something is borked in your .bib 
file (such as a character with a funny encoding, or a malformed record). Does
the LaTeX log file give any indication what is wrong?

Paul






Re: PDF will not reload

2011-05-18 Thread Joost Verburg
"Uwe Stöhr"  wrote in message 
news:4dd31d27.1010...@web.de...
> Yes, that's why we created a program to close/reopen Adobe Reader 
> automatically.
>
> Joost, do you have an idea why this doesn't work for Hafney?

It works fine for me with the same setup, Windows 7 + Adobe Reader 10.0.1.

Do I understand correctly that the "View PDF" button works but "Update PDF" 
does not? When happens when you click Update?

Joost 





Re: Lyx 2.0 Sweave Error

2011-05-18 Thread Yihui Xie
Hi Amy,

It will help a lot if you can post the detailed message when you ran
Sweave in LyX. You can turn on the message panel by the menu
View-->View messages, then take a look at the log message there.

Regards,
Yihui
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On Wed, May 18, 2011 at 6:55 PM, Amy Van Cise  wrote:
> Hi,
> I've installed Lyx 2.0 to use with Sweave and receive the attached error
> with the example sweave.lyx. Can you help me interpret this error?
> Cheers,
> Amy