Language settings

2010-03-12 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
Dear all,
I was wondering, as I was transferring my BA paper to LyX from OOo:
I have set the document to use Danish as the default language, but when
I defined a chapter, it put up the headline chapter 1. Is it possible
to insert these strings in Danish, I wonder?
If I don't, I will have to use unnumbered chapters, and LyX seemed
reluctant to add those to the table of contents.

Yours,
Morten

__
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
http://writtenandread.net * mor...@writtenandread.net


Full-length footnote in two-column document

2010-04-19 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
The subject pretty much says it. I have been importing my BA thesis
into LyX in preparation for submitting it to the Internet Archive.
There is one thing I want to look into, though. I rather like the
two-column layout, but I find it problematic that the footnotes are
narrowed as part of the column, because a few footnotes can end up
taking up a lot of space. Is it possible to have the footnotes at the
bottom below the columns to span the full width of the page?
The document is exported to
http://writtenandread.net/files/lyx/roa-projekt_to-kolonner.pdf

One other thing, a minor detail: I recently wrote a small feature on
LyX - http://writtenandread.net/lyx/ - and all I could say on the
mathematics section is that I don't know anything about it. Do you have
a good link covering the mathematical features of LyX?

Yours,
grateful for an impressive program,
Morten
__
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
http://writtenandread.net * mor...@writtenandread.net


TOC Chapter description

2010-06-18 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
Is it possible to generate a Table of Contents where I write a
description below the chapter names? Like:
1. Project description . 5
  On the scope and progress of the project
2. Challenges . 20
  On the challenges encountered in the course of the research

I could probably hack something with cross references, but if it is
part of the system, it would be nice.

Yours,
Morten
__
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
http://writtenandread.net * mor...@writtenandread.net


Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
That is actually very good. 
Is anybody putting together a Tricks with LyX guide? Because this should
be in there...

Yours,
Morten

On Tue, 06 Jul 2010 10:21:07 -0400, Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu wrote:
 On 7/6/2010 5:38 AM, pierrickuk wrote:

 Hi there,

 I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
 I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my
company
 is
 distributing.
 For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
 LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and
then
 get
 wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
 afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
 So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is
 wrapped
 to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
 terminal/console).

 Maybe there is some LaTeX package that would work, or some trick I am
not
 aware of... Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong direction here.

 
 Step 1:  Pick the glyph you want to use to indicate line wrapping.  The

 Comprehensive LATEX Symbol List may help here.  If necessary, install 
 whatever font package it comes in, and add a \usepackage{...} to your 
 preamble.  Avoid symbols that occur only in math mode (which, sadly, 
 accounts for most arrows); if there's a way to make them work, I haven't

 found it yet.
 
 Step 2: Rather than using LyX-code, use Insert  Program Listing, which 
 creates an inset using the listings package.  Right-click the inset, 
 click Settings ..., and on the Main Settings tab check Break long 
 lines.  You can leave the language setting at No language unless you 
 think what you're writing matches one of the languages on the list 
 fairly well.
 
 Step 3: Go to the advanced tab and, in the right pane, type 
 'prebreak=whatever', without the quotes and replacing whatever with the 
 symbol you want.  For instance,
 
 prebreak=\textbackslash
 
 will put '\' wherever wrapping occurs.
 
 That should do it.
 
 /Paul

-- 
__
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
http://syntaktisk.dk * mj...@syntaktisk.dk


Re: FTP LYX

2010-07-20 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
On Tue, 20 Jul 2010 09:55:06 -0400
Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu wrote:

  The FTP from the website doesnt work...

 Seems to be hit or miss.  I tried yesterday morning and again this 
 morning (GMT-5) and both times the connection timed out repeatedly 
 waiting for the welcome message.
 
 /Paul

It has been like that for a while - I just recently got a bug report on
my Slackbuild, because it uses the source tarball, and the FTP was
unavailable; when I was updating the build for 1.6.7, it worked - and
when I wanted to test it, it didn't! So, there you go.

Which reminds me: The probably most popular way to get LyX on Slackware
is using the Slackbuild. Would the LyX project consider adding it to the
website?
= http://slackbuilds.org/result/?search=lyxsv=all
As you see, this is a link to a search on the page for all versions of
Slackware, so it won't be necessary for you  me to update the link with
a new Slackware release.

Yours,
Morten


Re: What are your favorite packages?

2010-08-11 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
On Sun, 08 Aug 2010 10:11:30 -0400
Richard Heck rgh...@comcast.net wrote:

 To the wiki! And then people can/should add descriptions of what all 
 these packages do,
 and how they should be used.
 
 rh
 

That was my thought exactly - I just saw a lot of package names hinting
at useful things, and it would be great to have a list of tips.

Yours,
Morten


Re: writing my Thesis with lyx: Font derail

2010-08-11 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
Since this discussion is turning to matters of taste, what do you think
about the font choices? The default font is obviously dated, if
elegant.
What do you people use?

Yours,
Morten

On Wed, 11 Aug 2010 21:23:55 +0200
Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com wrote:

 I'm writing mine as we speak. I have chosen memoir and never turned
 back. Basic stuff is basic, works perfectly with LyX and its layout is
 very nice. A big library on chapter title styles is a plus. I have
 tried Koma before, but never liked it completely. R is a must for nice
 plots, as well as Inkscape for fingerpainting. Biblatex is another
 nice addition. Please, feel free to ask any question you have. Best
 regards.
 -
 Julio Rojas
 jcredbe...@gmail.com
 
 
 
 On Wed, Aug 11, 2010 at 9:00 PM, Rob Oakes lyx-de...@oak-tree.us
 wrote:
   I also, couldn't agree more.  I tend to hide my modifications as
  new document classes ... but front-matter should be finger painted.
   After that, though, I don't want to see or think about ERT.
 
  On 08/11/2010 12:40 PM, Liviu Andronic wrote:
 
  On Wed, 11 Aug 2010 14:19:43 -0400
  Steve Littsl...@troubleshooters.com  wrote:
 
  This is a minority opinion and a lot don't subscribe to it, but
  in my opinion you save time by fingerpainting your front matter.
  In other words, use embedded LaTeX, historically called ERT in
  the LyX community, to insert your logo and employer and line them
  up exactly how you want them and page break where you want and
  make fonts exactly how you want them to look.
 
  I'm not sure that this is minority.. At least I subscribe to it:
  if in need for anything fancy, first page should be pure LaTeX.
  All below should (mostly) be LyX.
  Liviu
 
 



Re: Pure Promotion - LyX Talk at University of Utah

2010-08-18 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
On Wed, 18 Aug 2010 14:45:30 -0600
Rob Oakes rob.oa...@oak-tree.us wrote:

   Dear LyX Users,
 
 This is a pure piece of personal promotion, but ... here goes.
 
 Tonight, I will be giving a talk about LyX to the Salt Lake Linux
 Users Group.  The meeting will be at the University of Utah in the
 Warnock Engineering building.  (See below for directions.)

Sounds like an interesting presentation. Good luck, good to see people
spreading the word.

-mjjzf


Re: Pure Promotion - LyX Talk at University of Utah

2010-08-19 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
On Thu, 19 Aug 2010 17:09:27 +0200
Pavel Sanda sa...@lyx.org wrote:

 Rob Oakes wrote:
  Though it will focus heavily on LyX (I'm even going to demo a
  mostly functioning LyX-Outline), the talk will also deal with how
  to research, write, and publish using Linux.  For that reason, I'll
  also be highlighting several other programs (Zotero, BibTeX,
  Mendely,
 
 i suppose you know about LyZ, right?
 pavel

First *I* hear of it. A short recap?


Language settings

2010-03-12 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
Dear all,
I was wondering, as I was transferring my BA paper to LyX from OOo:
I have set the document to use Danish as the default language, but when
I defined a chapter, it put up the headline chapter 1. Is it possible
to insert these strings in Danish, I wonder?
If I don't, I will have to use unnumbered chapters, and LyX seemed
reluctant to add those to the table of contents.

Yours,
Morten

__
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
http://writtenandread.net * mor...@writtenandread.net


Full-length footnote in two-column document

2010-04-19 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
The subject pretty much says it. I have been importing my BA thesis
into LyX in preparation for submitting it to the Internet Archive.
There is one thing I want to look into, though. I rather like the
two-column layout, but I find it problematic that the footnotes are
narrowed as part of the column, because a few footnotes can end up
taking up a lot of space. Is it possible to have the footnotes at the
bottom below the columns to span the full width of the page?
The document is exported to
http://writtenandread.net/files/lyx/roa-projekt_to-kolonner.pdf

One other thing, a minor detail: I recently wrote a small feature on
LyX - http://writtenandread.net/lyx/ - and all I could say on the
mathematics section is that I don't know anything about it. Do you have
a good link covering the mathematical features of LyX?

Yours,
grateful for an impressive program,
Morten
__
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
http://writtenandread.net * mor...@writtenandread.net


TOC Chapter description

2010-06-18 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
Is it possible to generate a Table of Contents where I write a
description below the chapter names? Like:
1. Project description . 5
  On the scope and progress of the project
2. Challenges . 20
  On the challenges encountered in the course of the research

I could probably hack something with cross references, but if it is
part of the system, it would be nice.

Yours,
Morten
__
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
http://writtenandread.net * mor...@writtenandread.net


Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
That is actually very good. 
Is anybody putting together a Tricks with LyX guide? Because this should
be in there...

Yours,
Morten

On Tue, 06 Jul 2010 10:21:07 -0400, Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu wrote:
 On 7/6/2010 5:38 AM, pierrickuk wrote:

 Hi there,

 I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
 I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my
company
 is
 distributing.
 For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
 LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and
then
 get
 wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
 afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
 So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is
 wrapped
 to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
 terminal/console).

 Maybe there is some LaTeX package that would work, or some trick I am
not
 aware of... Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong direction here.

 
 Step 1:  Pick the glyph you want to use to indicate line wrapping.  The

 Comprehensive LATEX Symbol List may help here.  If necessary, install 
 whatever font package it comes in, and add a \usepackage{...} to your 
 preamble.  Avoid symbols that occur only in math mode (which, sadly, 
 accounts for most arrows); if there's a way to make them work, I haven't

 found it yet.
 
 Step 2: Rather than using LyX-code, use Insert  Program Listing, which 
 creates an inset using the listings package.  Right-click the inset, 
 click Settings ..., and on the Main Settings tab check Break long 
 lines.  You can leave the language setting at No language unless you 
 think what you're writing matches one of the languages on the list 
 fairly well.
 
 Step 3: Go to the advanced tab and, in the right pane, type 
 'prebreak=whatever', without the quotes and replacing whatever with the 
 symbol you want.  For instance,
 
 prebreak=\textbackslash
 
 will put '\' wherever wrapping occurs.
 
 That should do it.
 
 /Paul

-- 
__
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
http://syntaktisk.dk * mj...@syntaktisk.dk


Re: FTP LYX

2010-07-20 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
On Tue, 20 Jul 2010 09:55:06 -0400
Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu wrote:

  The FTP from the website doesnt work...

 Seems to be hit or miss.  I tried yesterday morning and again this 
 morning (GMT-5) and both times the connection timed out repeatedly 
 waiting for the welcome message.
 
 /Paul

It has been like that for a while - I just recently got a bug report on
my Slackbuild, because it uses the source tarball, and the FTP was
unavailable; when I was updating the build for 1.6.7, it worked - and
when I wanted to test it, it didn't! So, there you go.

Which reminds me: The probably most popular way to get LyX on Slackware
is using the Slackbuild. Would the LyX project consider adding it to the
website?
= http://slackbuilds.org/result/?search=lyxsv=all
As you see, this is a link to a search on the page for all versions of
Slackware, so it won't be necessary for you  me to update the link with
a new Slackware release.

Yours,
Morten


Re: What are your favorite packages?

2010-08-11 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
On Sun, 08 Aug 2010 10:11:30 -0400
Richard Heck rgh...@comcast.net wrote:

 To the wiki! And then people can/should add descriptions of what all 
 these packages do,
 and how they should be used.
 
 rh
 

That was my thought exactly - I just saw a lot of package names hinting
at useful things, and it would be great to have a list of tips.

Yours,
Morten


Re: writing my Thesis with lyx: Font derail

2010-08-11 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
Since this discussion is turning to matters of taste, what do you think
about the font choices? The default font is obviously dated, if
elegant.
What do you people use?

Yours,
Morten

On Wed, 11 Aug 2010 21:23:55 +0200
Julio Rojas jcredbe...@gmail.com wrote:

 I'm writing mine as we speak. I have chosen memoir and never turned
 back. Basic stuff is basic, works perfectly with LyX and its layout is
 very nice. A big library on chapter title styles is a plus. I have
 tried Koma before, but never liked it completely. R is a must for nice
 plots, as well as Inkscape for fingerpainting. Biblatex is another
 nice addition. Please, feel free to ask any question you have. Best
 regards.
 -
 Julio Rojas
 jcredbe...@gmail.com
 
 
 
 On Wed, Aug 11, 2010 at 9:00 PM, Rob Oakes lyx-de...@oak-tree.us
 wrote:
   I also, couldn't agree more.  I tend to hide my modifications as
  new document classes ... but front-matter should be finger painted.
   After that, though, I don't want to see or think about ERT.
 
  On 08/11/2010 12:40 PM, Liviu Andronic wrote:
 
  On Wed, 11 Aug 2010 14:19:43 -0400
  Steve Littsl...@troubleshooters.com  wrote:
 
  This is a minority opinion and a lot don't subscribe to it, but
  in my opinion you save time by fingerpainting your front matter.
  In other words, use embedded LaTeX, historically called ERT in
  the LyX community, to insert your logo and employer and line them
  up exactly how you want them and page break where you want and
  make fonts exactly how you want them to look.
 
  I'm not sure that this is minority.. At least I subscribe to it:
  if in need for anything fancy, first page should be pure LaTeX.
  All below should (mostly) be LyX.
  Liviu
 
 



Re: Pure Promotion - LyX Talk at University of Utah

2010-08-18 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
On Wed, 18 Aug 2010 14:45:30 -0600
Rob Oakes rob.oa...@oak-tree.us wrote:

   Dear LyX Users,
 
 This is a pure piece of personal promotion, but ... here goes.
 
 Tonight, I will be giving a talk about LyX to the Salt Lake Linux
 Users Group.  The meeting will be at the University of Utah in the
 Warnock Engineering building.  (See below for directions.)

Sounds like an interesting presentation. Good luck, good to see people
spreading the word.

-mjjzf


Re: Pure Promotion - LyX Talk at University of Utah

2010-08-19 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
On Thu, 19 Aug 2010 17:09:27 +0200
Pavel Sanda sa...@lyx.org wrote:

 Rob Oakes wrote:
  Though it will focus heavily on LyX (I'm even going to demo a
  mostly functioning LyX-Outline), the talk will also deal with how
  to research, write, and publish using Linux.  For that reason, I'll
  also be highlighting several other programs (Zotero, BibTeX,
  Mendely,
 
 i suppose you know about LyZ, right?
 pavel

First *I* hear of it. A short recap?


Language settings

2010-03-12 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
Dear all,
I was wondering, as I was transferring my BA paper to LyX from OOo:
I have set the document to use Danish as the default language, but when
I defined a chapter, it put up the headline "chapter 1". Is it possible
to insert these strings in Danish, I wonder?
If I don't, I will have to use unnumbered chapters, and LyX seemed
reluctant to add those to the table of contents.

Yours,
Morten

__
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
http://writtenandread.net * mor...@writtenandread.net


Full-length footnote in two-column document

2010-04-19 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
The subject pretty much says it. I have been importing my BA thesis
into LyX in preparation for submitting it to the Internet Archive.
There is one thing I want to look into, though. I rather like the
two-column layout, but I find it problematic that the footnotes are
narrowed as part of the column, because a few footnotes can end up
taking up a lot of space. Is it possible to have the footnotes at the
bottom below the columns to span the full width of the page?
The document is exported to
http://writtenandread.net/files/lyx/roa-projekt_to-kolonner.pdf

One other thing, a minor detail: I recently wrote a small feature on
LyX - http://writtenandread.net/lyx/ - and all I could say on the
mathematics section is that I don't know anything about it. Do you have
a good link covering the mathematical features of LyX?

Yours,
grateful for an impressive program,
Morten
__
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
http://writtenandread.net * mor...@writtenandread.net


TOC Chapter description

2010-06-18 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
Is it possible to generate a Table of Contents where I write a
description below the chapter names? Like:
1. Project description . 5
  On the scope and progress of the project
2. Challenges . 20
  On the challenges encountered in the course of the research

I could probably hack something with cross references, but if it is
part of the system, it would be nice.

Yours,
Morten
__
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
http://writtenandread.net * mor...@writtenandread.net


Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
That is actually very good. 
Is anybody putting together a Tricks with LyX guide? Because this should
be in there...

Yours,
Morten

On Tue, 06 Jul 2010 10:21:07 -0400, "Paul A. Rubin" <ru...@msu.edu> wrote:
> On 7/6/2010 5:38 AM, pierrickuk wrote:
>>
>> Hi there,
>>
>> I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
>> I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my
company
>> is
>> distributing.
>> For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
>> LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and
then
>> get
>> wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
>> afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
>> So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is
>> wrapped
>> to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
>> terminal/console).
>>
>> Maybe there is some LaTeX package that would work, or some trick I am
not
>> aware of... Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong direction here.
>>
> 
> Step 1:  Pick the glyph you want to use to indicate line wrapping.  "The

> Comprehensive LATEX Symbol List" may help here.  If necessary, install 
> whatever font package it comes in, and add a \usepackage{...} to your 
> preamble.  Avoid symbols that occur only in math mode (which, sadly, 
> accounts for most arrows); if there's a way to make them work, I haven't

> found it yet.
> 
> Step 2: Rather than using LyX-code, use Insert > Program Listing, which 
> creates an inset using the listings package.  Right-click the inset, 
> click Settings ..., and on the Main Settings tab check "Break long 
> lines".  You can leave the language setting at "No language" unless you 
> think what you're writing matches one of the languages on the list 
> fairly well.
> 
> Step 3: Go to the advanced tab and, in the right pane, type 
> 'prebreak=whatever', without the quotes and replacing whatever with the 
> symbol you want.  For instance,
> 
> prebreak=\textbackslash
> 
> will put '\' wherever wrapping occurs.
> 
> That should do it.
> 
> /Paul

-- 
__
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
http://syntaktisk.dk * mj...@syntaktisk.dk


Re: FTP LYX

2010-07-20 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
On Tue, 20 Jul 2010 09:55:06 -0400
"Paul A. Rubin"  wrote:

> >> The FTP from the website doesnt work...
>
> Seems to be hit or miss.  I tried yesterday morning and again this 
> morning (GMT-5) and both times the connection timed out repeatedly 
> waiting for the welcome message.
> 
> /Paul

It has been like that for a while - I just recently got a bug report on
my Slackbuild, because it uses the source tarball, and the FTP was
unavailable; when I was updating the build for 1.6.7, it worked - and
when I wanted to test it, it didn't! So, there you go.

Which reminds me: The probably most popular way to get LyX on Slackware
is using the Slackbuild. Would the LyX project consider adding it to the
website?
=> http://slackbuilds.org/result/?search=lyx=all
As you see, this is a link to a search on the page for all versions of
Slackware, so it won't be necessary for you & me to update the link with
a new Slackware release.

Yours,
Morten


Re: What are your favorite packages?

2010-08-11 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
On Sun, 08 Aug 2010 10:11:30 -0400
Richard Heck  wrote:

> To the wiki! And then people can/should add descriptions of what all 
> these packages do,
> and how they should be used.
> 
> rh
> 

That was my thought exactly - I just saw a lot of package names hinting
at useful things, and it would be great to have a list of tips.

Yours,
Morten


Re: writing my Thesis with lyx: Font derail

2010-08-11 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
Since this discussion is turning to matters of taste, what do you think
about the font choices? The default font is obviously dated, if
elegant.
What do you people use?

Yours,
Morten

On Wed, 11 Aug 2010 21:23:55 +0200
Julio Rojas  wrote:

> I'm writing mine as we speak. I have chosen memoir and never turned
> back. Basic stuff is basic, works perfectly with LyX and its layout is
> very nice. A big library on chapter title styles is a plus. I have
> tried Koma before, but never liked it completely. R is a must for nice
> plots, as well as Inkscape for fingerpainting. Biblatex is another
> nice addition. Please, feel free to ask any question you have. Best
> regards.
> -
> Julio Rojas
> jcredbe...@gmail.com
> 
> 
> 
> On Wed, Aug 11, 2010 at 9:00 PM, Rob Oakes 
> wrote:
> >  I also, couldn't agree more.  I tend to hide my modifications as
> > new document classes ... but front-matter should be finger painted.
> >  After that, though, I don't want to see or think about ERT.
> >
> > On 08/11/2010 12:40 PM, Liviu Andronic wrote:
> >>
> >> On Wed, 11 Aug 2010 14:19:43 -0400
> >> Steve Litt  wrote:
> >>>
> >>> This is a minority opinion and a lot don't subscribe to it, but
> >>> in my opinion you save time by fingerpainting your front matter.
> >>> In other words, use embedded LaTeX, historically called ERT in
> >>> the LyX community, to insert your logo and employer and line them
> >>> up exactly how you want them and page break where you want and
> >>> make fonts exactly how you want them to look.
> >>>
> >> I'm not sure that this is minority.. At least I subscribe to it:
> >> if in need for anything fancy, first page should be pure LaTeX.
> >> All below should (mostly) be LyX.
> >> Liviu
> >
> >



Re: Pure Promotion - LyX Talk at University of Utah

2010-08-18 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
On Wed, 18 Aug 2010 14:45:30 -0600
Rob Oakes  wrote:

>   Dear LyX Users,
> 
> This is a pure piece of personal promotion, but ... here goes.
> 
> Tonight, I will be giving a talk about LyX to the Salt Lake Linux
> Users Group.  The meeting will be at the University of Utah in the
> Warnock Engineering building.  (See below for directions.)

Sounds like an interesting presentation. Good luck, good to see people
spreading the word.

-mjjzf


Re: Pure Promotion - LyX Talk at University of Utah

2010-08-19 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
On Thu, 19 Aug 2010 17:09:27 +0200
Pavel Sanda  wrote:

> Rob Oakes wrote:
> > Though it will focus heavily on LyX (I'm even going to demo a
> > mostly functioning LyX-Outline), the talk will also deal with how
> > to research, write, and publish using Linux.  For that reason, I'll
> > also be highlighting several other programs (Zotero, BibTeX,
> > Mendely,
> 
> i suppose you know about LyZ, right?
> pavel

First *I* hear of it. A short recap?