Re: end flyleaf

2011-05-31 Thread Richard Heck
On 05/29/2011 04:58 PM, Julien Rioux wrote: On 29/05/2011 4:35 PM, Richard Opheim wrote: Neither two page breaks nor a pair of braces in a Tex code box produced a blank page at the end of the document. So we need some non-printing content. See the attached. There are arbitrarily many ways of

Re: cross-reference to an enumerated item within a theorem

2011-05-31 Thread Richard Heck
On 05/30/2011 02:52 PM, Ernesto Posse wrote: Hi. Is there a way to do the following? Suppose I have a Proposition environment and the text is something like this Proposition 3 [pro:some-label] The following holds: 1. [enu:item1] something 2. [enu:item2] other and later on I want

Converting Lyx file to MS word

2011-05-31 Thread Eisa Ayed
Hello, I know this kind of weird question. My Lyx file has no mathematical equations (just plain text+ list of figures+ some algorithms). is there a way for converting my Lyx file to MS word? Thanks, ~Eisa

Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Sam Lewis
Hello, I have a lyx document in which I would like to insert a high-quality colour photography of me. The output document will be pdf. The photo is currently in RAW format (NEF) and I would like to find out what will the most suitable image format for converting the raw format into. I presume

Re: Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Rob Oakes
It actually depends on how you intend to use the resulting document. If you will be printing the resulting PDF on a professional press, then you will want to use a lossless format (most likely tiff), or a high quality jpeg. If the PDF is to be put on your website, you will probably want to

Re: Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Sam Lewis
Thanks for your quick reply.  I intent to both print it and distribute it online. I guess two versions of the document might be useful.  What lossy format, would you recommend for the latter? Cheers, Sam - Original Message - From: Rob Oakes lyx-de...@oak-tree.us To: Sam Lewis

Re: Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Jens Nöckel
Sam, just use PNG for all purposes. It's compressed but lossless, and it's supported by LyX as well as all modern web browsers. Jens On May 31, 2011, at 12:50 PM, Sam Lewis wrote: Thanks for your quick reply. I intent to both print it and distribute it online. I guess two versions of

Re: Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Les Denham
On Tuesday, May 31, 2011 15:18:03 Jens Nöckel wrote: Sam, just use PNG for all purposes. It's compressed but lossless, and it's supported by LyX as well as all modern web browsers. Jens On May 31, 2011, at 12:50 PM, Sam Lewis wrote: Thanks for your quick reply. I intent to

Implementing a new environment in a LyX .layout

2011-05-31 Thread Peter Flynn
I am having some trouble understanding how to implement a new environment in an existing .layout file. The documentation covers the principle, but not the detail, especially about how to enable other environments (like lists) *inside* the one I am implementing, and how to get LyX to prompt for

Re: Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Rob Oakes
Hi Sam, You can use the same version of the document, just place the print image in one branch and the web version in another. (Branches may be LyX's single most awesome, never heard-of feature.) When you want to compile for print, then activate that branch. When you want to compile for web,

Re: Implementing a new environment in a LyX .layout

2011-05-31 Thread BH
On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 6:12 PM, Peter Flynn pe...@silmaril.ie wrote: Final plea: I have been unable to find a formal list of all the keywords for a .layout file, with their syntax and application. Does such a list exist yet? Try section 5 of the Customization.lyx help file (in the Help menu).

elyxer options for export to word?

2011-05-31 Thread Neal Becker
It seems if I use elyxer for the purpose of export to 'word', only --html seems to produce something word (2007) will recognize. With defaults, word seems to show the xhtml structure instead of a formatted document. I also tried lyxHTML export to xhtml. This produced a file.xhtml, which

Re: elyxer options for export to word?

2011-05-31 Thread Alex Fernandez
Hi Neal, On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 1:20 AM, Neal Becker ndbeck...@gmail.com wrote: It seems if I use elyxer for the purpose of export to 'word', only --html seems to produce something word (2007) will recognize. With defaults, word seems to show the xhtml structure instead of a formatted

Re: end flyleaf

2011-05-31 Thread Richard Heck
On 05/29/2011 04:58 PM, Julien Rioux wrote: On 29/05/2011 4:35 PM, Richard Opheim wrote: Neither two page breaks nor a pair of braces in a Tex code box produced a blank page at the end of the document. So we need some non-printing content. See the attached. There are arbitrarily many ways of

Re: cross-reference to an enumerated item within a theorem

2011-05-31 Thread Richard Heck
On 05/30/2011 02:52 PM, Ernesto Posse wrote: Hi. Is there a way to do the following? Suppose I have a Proposition environment and the text is something like this Proposition 3 [pro:some-label] The following holds: 1. [enu:item1] something 2. [enu:item2] other and later on I want

Converting Lyx file to MS word

2011-05-31 Thread Eisa Ayed
Hello, I know this kind of weird question. My Lyx file has no mathematical equations (just plain text+ list of figures+ some algorithms). is there a way for converting my Lyx file to MS word? Thanks, ~Eisa

Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Sam Lewis
Hello, I have a lyx document in which I would like to insert a high-quality colour photography of me. The output document will be pdf. The photo is currently in RAW format (NEF) and I would like to find out what will the most suitable image format for converting the raw format into. I presume

Re: Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Rob Oakes
It actually depends on how you intend to use the resulting document. If you will be printing the resulting PDF on a professional press, then you will want to use a lossless format (most likely tiff), or a high quality jpeg. If the PDF is to be put on your website, you will probably want to

Re: Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Sam Lewis
Thanks for your quick reply.  I intent to both print it and distribute it online. I guess two versions of the document might be useful.  What lossy format, would you recommend for the latter? Cheers, Sam - Original Message - From: Rob Oakes lyx-de...@oak-tree.us To: Sam Lewis

Re: Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Jens Nöckel
Sam, just use PNG for all purposes. It's compressed but lossless, and it's supported by LyX as well as all modern web browsers. Jens On May 31, 2011, at 12:50 PM, Sam Lewis wrote: Thanks for your quick reply. I intent to both print it and distribute it online. I guess two versions of

Re: Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Les Denham
On Tuesday, May 31, 2011 15:18:03 Jens Nöckel wrote: Sam, just use PNG for all purposes. It's compressed but lossless, and it's supported by LyX as well as all modern web browsers. Jens On May 31, 2011, at 12:50 PM, Sam Lewis wrote: Thanks for your quick reply. I intent to

Implementing a new environment in a LyX .layout

2011-05-31 Thread Peter Flynn
I am having some trouble understanding how to implement a new environment in an existing .layout file. The documentation covers the principle, but not the detail, especially about how to enable other environments (like lists) *inside* the one I am implementing, and how to get LyX to prompt for

Re: Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Rob Oakes
Hi Sam, You can use the same version of the document, just place the print image in one branch and the web version in another. (Branches may be LyX's single most awesome, never heard-of feature.) When you want to compile for print, then activate that branch. When you want to compile for web,

Re: Implementing a new environment in a LyX .layout

2011-05-31 Thread BH
On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 6:12 PM, Peter Flynn pe...@silmaril.ie wrote: Final plea: I have been unable to find a formal list of all the keywords for a .layout file, with their syntax and application. Does such a list exist yet? Try section 5 of the Customization.lyx help file (in the Help menu).

elyxer options for export to word?

2011-05-31 Thread Neal Becker
It seems if I use elyxer for the purpose of export to 'word', only --html seems to produce something word (2007) will recognize. With defaults, word seems to show the xhtml structure instead of a formatted document. I also tried lyxHTML export to xhtml. This produced a file.xhtml, which

Re: elyxer options for export to word?

2011-05-31 Thread Alex Fernandez
Hi Neal, On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 1:20 AM, Neal Becker ndbeck...@gmail.com wrote: It seems if I use elyxer for the purpose of export to 'word', only --html seems to produce something word (2007) will recognize. With defaults, word seems to show the xhtml structure instead of a formatted

Re: end flyleaf

2011-05-31 Thread Richard Heck
On 05/29/2011 04:58 PM, Julien Rioux wrote: > On 29/05/2011 4:35 PM, Richard Opheim wrote: >> Neither two page breaks nor a pair of braces in a Tex code box >> produced a >> blank page at the end of the document. >> So we need some non-printing content. See the attached. There are arbitrarily many

Re: cross-reference to an enumerated item within a theorem

2011-05-31 Thread Richard Heck
On 05/30/2011 02:52 PM, Ernesto Posse wrote: > Hi. Is there a way to do the following? Suppose I have a "Proposition" > environment and the text is something like this > > Proposition 3 [pro:some-label] The following holds: > 1. [enu:item1] something > 2. [enu:item2] other > > and later on I

Converting Lyx file to MS word

2011-05-31 Thread Eisa Ayed
Hello, I know this kind of weird question. My Lyx file has no mathematical equations (just plain text+ list of figures+ some algorithms). is there a way for converting my Lyx file to MS word? Thanks, ~Eisa

Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Sam Lewis
Hello, I have a lyx document in which I would like to insert a high-quality colour photography of me. The output document will be pdf. The photo is currently in RAW format (NEF) and I would like to find out what will the most suitable image format for converting the raw format into. I presume

Re: Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Rob Oakes
It actually depends on how you intend to use the resulting document. If you will be printing the resulting PDF on a professional press, then you will want to use a lossless format (most likely tiff), or a high quality jpeg. If the PDF is to be put on your website, you will probably want to

Re: Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Sam Lewis
Thanks for your quick reply.  I intent to both print it and distribute it online. I guess two versions of the document might be useful.  What lossy format, would you recommend for the latter? Cheers, Sam - Original Message - > From: Rob Oakes > To: Sam Lewis

Re: Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Jens Nöckel
Sam, just use PNG for all purposes. It's compressed but lossless, and it's supported by LyX as well as all modern web browsers. Jens On May 31, 2011, at 12:50 PM, Sam Lewis wrote: > Thanks for your quick reply. > > I intent to both print it and distribute it online. I guess two versions of

Re: Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Les Denham
On Tuesday, May 31, 2011 15:18:03 Jens Nöckel wrote: > Sam, > just use PNG for all purposes. It's compressed but lossless, and it's > supported by LyX as well as all modern web browsers. Jens > > > On May 31, 2011, at 12:50 PM, Sam Lewis wrote: > > Thanks for your quick reply. > > > > > > >

Implementing a new environment in a LyX .layout

2011-05-31 Thread Peter Flynn
I am having some trouble understanding how to implement a new environment in an existing .layout file. The documentation covers the principle, but not the detail, especially about how to enable other environments (like lists) *inside* the one I am implementing, and how to get LyX to prompt for

Re: Most suitable image format

2011-05-31 Thread Rob Oakes
Hi Sam, You can use the same version of the document, just place the print image in one branch and the web version in another. (Branches may be LyX's single most awesome, never heard-of feature.) When you want to compile for print, then activate that branch. When you want to compile for web,

Re: Implementing a new environment in a LyX .layout

2011-05-31 Thread BH
On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 6:12 PM, Peter Flynn wrote: > Final plea: I have been unable to find a formal list of all the keywords for > a .layout file, with their syntax and application. Does such a list exist > yet? Try section 5 of the Customization.lyx help file (in the Help

elyxer options for export to word?

2011-05-31 Thread Neal Becker
It seems if I use elyxer for the purpose of export to 'word', only --html seems to produce something word (2007) will recognize. With defaults, word seems to show the xhtml structure instead of a formatted document. I also tried lyxHTML export to xhtml. This produced a file.xhtml, which

Re: elyxer options for export to word?

2011-05-31 Thread Alex Fernandez
Hi Neal, On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 1:20 AM, Neal Becker wrote: > It seems if I use elyxer for the purpose of export to 'word', only --html > seems > to produce something word (2007) will recognize. > > With defaults, word seems to show the xhtml structure instead of a