Re: [Feature Request] python binding

2014-06-10 Thread Ross Reyes

Alex,  This did not work for me.

I can run the python script from the command line and it does produce a 
.png output.   So I know the

script is working.

But, in LyX 2.0.1 which I'm using, I get Error converting to loadable 
format.  I am trying to debug it.
Not sure at this point why it does not convert inside LyX.  I double 
checked the file format is defined and

also the converter is defined correctly.

I will try to turn on a log file to see if there are some other 
diagnostic messages.


Phil
On 6/2/2014 1:25 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote:
This might work!! Thanks for the suggestions, I will try it 
extensively and I will comments my experiences afterwards. It seems it 
also renders the graphic inside LyX itself! That's what I was talking 
about.


Regards
Alex

- Original Message - From: Rainer M Krug rai...@krugs.de
To: Alex Vergara Gil a...@cphr.edu.cu
Cc: Richard Heck rgh...@lyx.org; lyx-users Users 
lyx-users@lists.lyx.org; lyx-de...@lists.lyx.org

Sent: Monday, June 02, 2014 8:31 AM
Subject: Re: [Feature Request] python binding

I just add comments inline


Let's see if I understand:


-1. You define a *file type* in LyX under
 Preferences  File Handling  File Formats
for the file type .pygr in which Vector graphics format is ticked!

0. You define a converter under
 Preferences  File Handling  Converters
which calls a script which executed files with the extension .pygr and
generates, as you suggest below, an svg.


1. I wrote a python script that produces the graphic I want


Exactly - and you give it a specific extension .pygr for python
script which generates a graphic which you defined above.


2. I insert it in LyX somehow I don't know, perhaps defining a
converter from .py to svg, but this needs to be inside a module or
every python script in LyX will try to be converted into a svg!! So a
module is also needed


Use insert graphic and select *your .pygr* file as graphic - and Lyx
will do the rest of the conversion - i.e. use your converter to convert
the .pygr to an svg and other existing converters to generate the png
for the preview and the pdf / eps / ... for the final copmpilation of
the document.


3. LyX is the one who knows the correct size of the graphic so in
principle if I produce a svg should be enough but in this way I need
to produce a new svg every time the data change


Correct - if the input data changes, you have to generate the graph again
manually, or, if the Converter file cache is disabled, you just have
to close the document and open it again.

Hope this helps,

Rainer






Re: Python Graphics in LyX [was: Python bindings]

2014-06-11 Thread Ross Reyes


Hi Alex,

I still get the error converting to loadable format message.

I can run the python script from the command line and it does work.   I can
and have modified the .pygr script to produce other outputs in .png, 
.jpg, .ps, etc.

without problem.

But inside LyX, regardless of what I do to define the converter,  I can 
not get the image

to render nor can I produce a .pdf output from the LyX doc.

Something is not right.   I am using LyX 2.0.1

Phil


Re: Python Graphics in LyX [was: Python bindings]

2014-06-12 Thread Ross Reyes


On 6/11/2014 12:41 PM, Rainer M Krug wrote:


Envoyé de mon iPhone


Le 11 juin 2014 à 16:07, Ross Reyes philip_...@yahoo.com a écrit :


Hi Alex,

I still get the error converting to loadable format message.

I can run the python script from the command line and it does work.   I can
and have modified the .pygr script to produce other outputs in .png, .jpg, .ps, 
etc.
without problem.

But inside LyX, regardless of what I do to define the converter,  I can not get 
the image
to render nor can I produce a .pdf output from the LyX doc.

Something is not right.   I am using LyX 2.0.1

The converters are defined in the configuration file LyX. If you could take a 
loom at it and post the lines where you file formats and the converters are 
defined, one could see if there is something wrong. I don't have LyX at hand, 
so I can't give you the location of the config file.

Cheers,

Rainer

Hi Rainer,   I have this in my preferences file for pygr fomat and 
converter.


#
# FORMATS SECTION ##
#

\format pdf4 pdf PDF (xelatex)document,vector,menu=export
\format pygr pygr Python Graphics  auto auto vector
\default_view_format ps

#
# CONVERTERS SECTION ##
#

\converter pdflatex pdf4 xelatex $$i latex=pdflatex
\converter eps png epstopng.bat $$i 
\converter pygr png python $$i $$o 





Re: Python Graphics in LyX [was: Python bindings]

2014-06-13 Thread Ross Reyes


On 6/12/2014 5:10 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote:
- Original Message - From: Ross Reyes philip_...@yahoo.com 
Sent: Thursday, June 12, 2014 12:50 PM


On 6/11/2014 12:41 PM, Rainer M Krug wrote:


Envoyé de mon iPhone


Le 11 juin 2014 à 16:07, Ross Reyes philip_...@yahoo.com a écrit :


Hi Alex,

I still get the error converting to loadable format message.

I can run the python script from the command line and it does 
work.   I can
and have modified the .pygr script to produce other outputs in 
.png, .jpg, .ps, etc.

without problem.


If the scripts work fine outside LyX then your problem is with your 
LyX instalation. The only thing I can suggest is to update at least to 
version 2.0.3 which is the one I have tested in my debian system.




But inside LyX, regardless of what I do to define the converter,  I 
can not get the image

to render nor can I produce a .pdf output from the LyX doc.

Something is not right.   I am using LyX 2.0.1
The converters are defined in the configuration file LyX. If you 
could take a loom at it and post the lines where you file formats 
and the converters are defined, one could see if there is something 
wrong. I don't have LyX at hand, so I can't give you the location of 
the config file.


Cheers,

Rainer

Hi Rainer,   I have this in my preferences file for pygr fomat and 
converter.


#
# FORMATS SECTION ##
#

\format pdf4 pdf PDF (xelatex)
document,vector,menu=export

\format pygr pygr Python Graphics  auto auto vector
\default_view_format ps

#
# CONVERTERS SECTION ##
#

\converter pdflatex pdf4 xelatex $$i latex=pdflatex
\converter eps png epstopng.bat $$i 
\converter pygr png python $$i $$o 



All of this seems ok, take into account that if you are on Windows the 
correct converter line should be

\converter pygr png python -tt $$i $$o 

but it would be better if you to have
\converter pygr eps python $$i $$o  on Linux
\converter pygr eps python -tt $$i $$o  on Windows


Thank you for your inputs.

The problem is that I'm using LyTeX 2.0.1 and it comes bundled with its 
own Python.   The Python that is in the

directory did not contain the python modules this needs.

I copied my version on my C: drive to the USB drive where LyTeX is and 
now everything is working well.


Thanks.


Re: lyx2lyx script failed to convert the file

2014-06-23 Thread Ross Reyes


On 6/23/2014 2:24 PM, ashutosh vishwa bandhu wrote:
I want to open a lyx file using lyx version 2.0.5 on Ubuntu 11.04. 
This file was created using lyx version 2.1.0-1 on Ubuntu 14.04. When 
I try to open the file I get and error message saying that the file is 
from a new version of Lyx and the lyx2lyx script failed to convert it.


Is it possible to open the file using the older version of lyx?
I just change the \lyxformat specifier using a text editor and it 
usually will work.   just open your .lyx file and make the change to see 
if it will open.


Re: Footer in Koma letter - \lfoot - \cfoot - \rfoot

2014-06-24 Thread Ross Reyes


On 6/23/2014 11:37 PM, Charlie wrote:

In:
Debian Jessie
using:
Lyx Version 2.0.6

I wanted to put a horizontal line and beneath it a custom footer, that
has the three elements:

\lfoot - \cfoot - \rfoot


This is what I use for my header/footer construction in the preamble

 \usepackage{graphics}
\usepackage{fancyhdr}
\lhead{\resizebox{0.44in}{!}{\includegraphics{A_Logo.jpg}}}
\chead{Your Name, town, USA, 484-xxx-}
\rhead{\resizebox{0.44in}{!}{\includegraphics{B_Logo.jpg}}}
\lfoot{Company, Inc. - Proprietary and Confidential}
\cfoot{}
\rfoot{\thepage}
\let\oldmaketitle=\maketitle
\def\maketitle{\oldmaketitle\thispagestyle{fancy}}
\renewcommand{\headrulewidth}{0.4pt}
\renewcommand{\footrulewidth}{0.4pt}





Re: [Feature Request] python binding

2014-06-10 Thread Ross Reyes

Alex,  This did not work for me.

I can run the python script from the command line and it does produce a 
.png output.   So I know the

script is working.

But, in LyX 2.0.1 which I'm using, I get Error converting to loadable 
format.  I am trying to debug it.
Not sure at this point why it does not convert inside LyX.  I double 
checked the file format is defined and

also the converter is defined correctly.

I will try to turn on a log file to see if there are some other 
diagnostic messages.


Phil
On 6/2/2014 1:25 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote:
This might work!! Thanks for the suggestions, I will try it 
extensively and I will comments my experiences afterwards. It seems it 
also renders the graphic inside LyX itself! That's what I was talking 
about.


Regards
Alex

- Original Message - From: Rainer M Krug rai...@krugs.de
To: Alex Vergara Gil a...@cphr.edu.cu
Cc: Richard Heck rgh...@lyx.org; lyx-users Users 
lyx-users@lists.lyx.org; lyx-de...@lists.lyx.org

Sent: Monday, June 02, 2014 8:31 AM
Subject: Re: [Feature Request] python binding

I just add comments inline


Let's see if I understand:


-1. You define a *file type* in LyX under
 Preferences  File Handling  File Formats
for the file type .pygr in which Vector graphics format is ticked!

0. You define a converter under
 Preferences  File Handling  Converters
which calls a script which executed files with the extension .pygr and
generates, as you suggest below, an svg.


1. I wrote a python script that produces the graphic I want


Exactly - and you give it a specific extension .pygr for python
script which generates a graphic which you defined above.


2. I insert it in LyX somehow I don't know, perhaps defining a
converter from .py to svg, but this needs to be inside a module or
every python script in LyX will try to be converted into a svg!! So a
module is also needed


Use insert graphic and select *your .pygr* file as graphic - and Lyx
will do the rest of the conversion - i.e. use your converter to convert
the .pygr to an svg and other existing converters to generate the png
for the preview and the pdf / eps / ... for the final copmpilation of
the document.


3. LyX is the one who knows the correct size of the graphic so in
principle if I produce a svg should be enough but in this way I need
to produce a new svg every time the data change


Correct - if the input data changes, you have to generate the graph again
manually, or, if the Converter file cache is disabled, you just have
to close the document and open it again.

Hope this helps,

Rainer






Re: Python Graphics in LyX [was: Python bindings]

2014-06-11 Thread Ross Reyes


Hi Alex,

I still get the error converting to loadable format message.

I can run the python script from the command line and it does work.   I can
and have modified the .pygr script to produce other outputs in .png, 
.jpg, .ps, etc.

without problem.

But inside LyX, regardless of what I do to define the converter,  I can 
not get the image

to render nor can I produce a .pdf output from the LyX doc.

Something is not right.   I am using LyX 2.0.1

Phil


Re: Python Graphics in LyX [was: Python bindings]

2014-06-12 Thread Ross Reyes


On 6/11/2014 12:41 PM, Rainer M Krug wrote:


Envoyé de mon iPhone


Le 11 juin 2014 à 16:07, Ross Reyes philip_...@yahoo.com a écrit :


Hi Alex,

I still get the error converting to loadable format message.

I can run the python script from the command line and it does work.   I can
and have modified the .pygr script to produce other outputs in .png, .jpg, .ps, 
etc.
without problem.

But inside LyX, regardless of what I do to define the converter,  I can not get 
the image
to render nor can I produce a .pdf output from the LyX doc.

Something is not right.   I am using LyX 2.0.1

The converters are defined in the configuration file LyX. If you could take a 
loom at it and post the lines where you file formats and the converters are 
defined, one could see if there is something wrong. I don't have LyX at hand, 
so I can't give you the location of the config file.

Cheers,

Rainer

Hi Rainer,   I have this in my preferences file for pygr fomat and 
converter.


#
# FORMATS SECTION ##
#

\format pdf4 pdf PDF (xelatex)document,vector,menu=export
\format pygr pygr Python Graphics  auto auto vector
\default_view_format ps

#
# CONVERTERS SECTION ##
#

\converter pdflatex pdf4 xelatex $$i latex=pdflatex
\converter eps png epstopng.bat $$i 
\converter pygr png python $$i $$o 





Re: Python Graphics in LyX [was: Python bindings]

2014-06-13 Thread Ross Reyes


On 6/12/2014 5:10 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote:
- Original Message - From: Ross Reyes philip_...@yahoo.com 
Sent: Thursday, June 12, 2014 12:50 PM


On 6/11/2014 12:41 PM, Rainer M Krug wrote:


Envoyé de mon iPhone


Le 11 juin 2014 à 16:07, Ross Reyes philip_...@yahoo.com a écrit :


Hi Alex,

I still get the error converting to loadable format message.

I can run the python script from the command line and it does 
work.   I can
and have modified the .pygr script to produce other outputs in 
.png, .jpg, .ps, etc.

without problem.


If the scripts work fine outside LyX then your problem is with your 
LyX instalation. The only thing I can suggest is to update at least to 
version 2.0.3 which is the one I have tested in my debian system.




But inside LyX, regardless of what I do to define the converter,  I 
can not get the image

to render nor can I produce a .pdf output from the LyX doc.

Something is not right.   I am using LyX 2.0.1
The converters are defined in the configuration file LyX. If you 
could take a loom at it and post the lines where you file formats 
and the converters are defined, one could see if there is something 
wrong. I don't have LyX at hand, so I can't give you the location of 
the config file.


Cheers,

Rainer

Hi Rainer,   I have this in my preferences file for pygr fomat and 
converter.


#
# FORMATS SECTION ##
#

\format pdf4 pdf PDF (xelatex)
document,vector,menu=export

\format pygr pygr Python Graphics  auto auto vector
\default_view_format ps

#
# CONVERTERS SECTION ##
#

\converter pdflatex pdf4 xelatex $$i latex=pdflatex
\converter eps png epstopng.bat $$i 
\converter pygr png python $$i $$o 



All of this seems ok, take into account that if you are on Windows the 
correct converter line should be

\converter pygr png python -tt $$i $$o 

but it would be better if you to have
\converter pygr eps python $$i $$o  on Linux
\converter pygr eps python -tt $$i $$o  on Windows


Thank you for your inputs.

The problem is that I'm using LyTeX 2.0.1 and it comes bundled with its 
own Python.   The Python that is in the

directory did not contain the python modules this needs.

I copied my version on my C: drive to the USB drive where LyTeX is and 
now everything is working well.


Thanks.


Re: lyx2lyx script failed to convert the file

2014-06-23 Thread Ross Reyes


On 6/23/2014 2:24 PM, ashutosh vishwa bandhu wrote:
I want to open a lyx file using lyx version 2.0.5 on Ubuntu 11.04. 
This file was created using lyx version 2.1.0-1 on Ubuntu 14.04. When 
I try to open the file I get and error message saying that the file is 
from a new version of Lyx and the lyx2lyx script failed to convert it.


Is it possible to open the file using the older version of lyx?
I just change the \lyxformat specifier using a text editor and it 
usually will work.   just open your .lyx file and make the change to see 
if it will open.


Re: Footer in Koma letter - \lfoot - \cfoot - \rfoot

2014-06-24 Thread Ross Reyes


On 6/23/2014 11:37 PM, Charlie wrote:

In:
Debian Jessie
using:
Lyx Version 2.0.6

I wanted to put a horizontal line and beneath it a custom footer, that
has the three elements:

\lfoot - \cfoot - \rfoot


This is what I use for my header/footer construction in the preamble

 \usepackage{graphics}
\usepackage{fancyhdr}
\lhead{\resizebox{0.44in}{!}{\includegraphics{A_Logo.jpg}}}
\chead{Your Name, town, USA, 484-xxx-}
\rhead{\resizebox{0.44in}{!}{\includegraphics{B_Logo.jpg}}}
\lfoot{Company, Inc. - Proprietary and Confidential}
\cfoot{}
\rfoot{\thepage}
\let\oldmaketitle=\maketitle
\def\maketitle{\oldmaketitle\thispagestyle{fancy}}
\renewcommand{\headrulewidth}{0.4pt}
\renewcommand{\footrulewidth}{0.4pt}





Re: [Feature Request] python binding

2014-06-10 Thread Ross Reyes

Alex,  This did not work for me.

I can run the python script from the command line and it does produce a 
.png output.   So I know the

script is working.

But, in LyX 2.0.1 which I'm using, I get "Error converting to loadable 
format".  I am trying to debug it.
Not sure at this point why it does not convert inside LyX.  I double 
checked the file format is defined and

also the converter is defined correctly.

I will try to turn on a log file to see if there are some other 
diagnostic messages.


Phil
On 6/2/2014 1:25 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote:
This might work!! Thanks for the suggestions, I will try it 
extensively and I will comments my experiences afterwards. It seems it 
also renders the graphic inside LyX itself! That's what I was talking 
about.


Regards
Alex

- Original Message - From: "Rainer M Krug" 
To: "Alex Vergara Gil" 
Cc: "Richard Heck" ; "lyx-users Users" 
; 

Sent: Monday, June 02, 2014 8:31 AM
Subject: Re: [Feature Request] python binding

I just add comments inline


Let's see if I understand:


-1. You define a *file type* in LyX under
 Preferences > File Handling > File Formats
for the file type .pygr in which "Vector graphics format" is ticked!

0. You define a converter under
 Preferences > File Handling > Converters
which calls a script which executed files with the extension .pygr and
generates, as you suggest below, an svg.


1. I wrote a python script that produces the graphic I want


Exactly - and you give it a specific extension .pygr for "python
script which generates a graphic" which you defined above.


2. I insert it in LyX somehow I don't know, perhaps defining a
converter from .py to svg, but this needs to be inside a module or
every python script in LyX will try to be converted into a svg!! So a
module is also needed


Use insert graphic and select *your .pygr* file as graphic - and Lyx
will do the rest of the conversion - i.e. use your converter to convert
the .pygr to an svg and other existing converters to generate the png
for the preview and the pdf / eps / ... for the final copmpilation of
the document.


3. LyX is the one who knows the correct size of the graphic so in
principle if I produce a svg should be enough but in this way I need
to produce a new svg every time the data change


Correct - if the input data changes, you have to generate the graph again
manually, or, if the "Converter file cache" is disabled, you just have
to close the document and open it again.

Hope this helps,

Rainer






Re: Python Graphics in LyX [was: Python bindings]

2014-06-11 Thread Ross Reyes


Hi Alex,

I still get the "error converting to loadable format" message.

I can run the python script from the command line and it does work.   I can
and have modified the .pygr script to produce other outputs in .png, 
.jpg, .ps, etc.

without problem.

But inside LyX, regardless of what I do to define the converter,  I can 
not get the image

to render nor can I produce a .pdf output from the LyX doc.

Something is not right.   I am using LyX 2.0.1

Phil


Re: Python Graphics in LyX [was: Python bindings]

2014-06-12 Thread Ross Reyes


On 6/11/2014 12:41 PM, Rainer M Krug wrote:


Envoyé de mon iPhone


Le 11 juin 2014 à 16:07, Ross Reyes <philip_...@yahoo.com> a écrit :


Hi Alex,

I still get the "error converting to loadable format" message.

I can run the python script from the command line and it does work.   I can
and have modified the .pygr script to produce other outputs in .png, .jpg, .ps, 
etc.
without problem.

But inside LyX, regardless of what I do to define the converter,  I can not get 
the image
to render nor can I produce a .pdf output from the LyX doc.

Something is not right.   I am using LyX 2.0.1

The converters are defined in the configuration file LyX. If you could take a 
loom at it and post the lines where you file formats and the converters are 
defined, one could see if there is something wrong. I don't have LyX at hand, 
so I can't give you the location of the config file.

Cheers,

Rainer

Hi Rainer,   I have this in my preferences file for pygr fomat and 
converter.


#
# FORMATS SECTION ##
#

\format "pdf4" "pdf" "PDF (xelatex)" "" "" "" "document,vector,menu=export"
\format "pygr" "pygr" "Python Graphics" "" "auto" "auto" "vector"
\default_view_format ps

#
# CONVERTERS SECTION ##
#

\converter "pdflatex" "pdf4" "xelatex $$i" "latex=pdflatex"
\converter "eps" "png" "epstopng.bat $$i" ""
\converter "pygr" "png" "python $$i $$o" ""





Re: Python Graphics in LyX [was: Python bindings]

2014-06-13 Thread Ross Reyes


On 6/12/2014 5:10 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote:
- Original Message - From: "Ross Reyes" <philip_...@yahoo.com> 
Sent: Thursday, June 12, 2014 12:50 PM


On 6/11/2014 12:41 PM, Rainer M Krug wrote:


Envoyé de mon iPhone


Le 11 juin 2014 à 16:07, Ross Reyes <philip_...@yahoo.com> a écrit :


Hi Alex,

I still get the "error converting to loadable format" message.

I can run the python script from the command line and it does 
work.   I can
and have modified the .pygr script to produce other outputs in 
.png, .jpg, .ps, etc.

without problem.


If the scripts work fine outside LyX then your problem is with your 
LyX instalation. The only thing I can suggest is to update at least to 
version 2.0.3 which is the one I have tested in my debian system.




But inside LyX, regardless of what I do to define the converter,  I 
can not get the image

to render nor can I produce a .pdf output from the LyX doc.

Something is not right.   I am using LyX 2.0.1
The converters are defined in the configuration file LyX. If you 
could take a loom at it and post the lines where you file formats 
and the converters are defined, one could see if there is something 
wrong. I don't have LyX at hand, so I can't give you the location of 
the config file.


Cheers,

Rainer

Hi Rainer,   I have this in my preferences file for pygr fomat and 
converter.


#
# FORMATS SECTION ##
#

\format "pdf4" "pdf" "PDF (xelatex)" "" "" "" 
"document,vector,menu=export"

\format "pygr" "pygr" "Python Graphics" "" "auto" "auto" "vector"
\default_view_format ps

#
# CONVERTERS SECTION ##
#

\converter "pdflatex" "pdf4" "xelatex $$i" "latex=pdflatex"
\converter "eps" "png" "epstopng.bat $$i" ""
\converter "pygr" "png" "python $$i $$o" ""



All of this seems ok, take into account that if you are on Windows the 
correct converter line should be

\converter "pygr" "png" "python -tt $$i $$o" ""

but it would be better if you to have
\converter "pygr" "eps" "python $$i $$o" "" on Linux
\converter "pygr" "eps" "python -tt $$i $$o" "" on Windows


Thank you for your inputs.

The problem is that I'm using LyTeX 2.0.1 and it comes bundled with its 
own Python.   The Python that is in the

directory did not contain the python modules this needs.

I copied my version on my C: drive to the USB drive where LyTeX is and 
now everything is working well.


Thanks.


Re: lyx2lyx script failed to convert the file

2014-06-23 Thread Ross Reyes


On 6/23/2014 2:24 PM, ashutosh vishwa bandhu wrote:
I want to open a lyx file using lyx version 2.0.5 on Ubuntu 11.04. 
This file was created using lyx version 2.1.0-1 on Ubuntu 14.04. When 
I try to open the file I get and error message saying that the file is 
from a new version of Lyx and the lyx2lyx script failed to convert it.


Is it possible to open the file using the older version of lyx?
I just change the \lyxformat specifier using a text editor and it 
usually will work.   just open your .lyx file and make the change to see 
if it will open.


Re: Footer in Koma letter - \lfoot - \cfoot - \rfoot

2014-06-24 Thread Ross Reyes


On 6/23/2014 11:37 PM, Charlie wrote:

In:
Debian Jessie
using:
Lyx Version 2.0.6

I wanted to put a horizontal line and beneath it a custom footer, that
has the three elements:

\lfoot - \cfoot - \rfoot


This is what I use for my header/footer construction in the preamble

 \usepackage{graphics}
\usepackage{fancyhdr}
\lhead{\resizebox{0.44in}{!}{\includegraphics{A_Logo.jpg}}}
\chead{Your Name, town, USA, 484-xxx-}
\rhead{\resizebox{0.44in}{!}{\includegraphics{B_Logo.jpg}}}
\lfoot{Company, Inc. - Proprietary and Confidential}
\cfoot{}
\rfoot{\thepage}
\let\oldmaketitle=\maketitle
\def\maketitle{\oldmaketitle\thispagestyle{fancy}}
\renewcommand{\headrulewidth}{0.4pt}
\renewcommand{\footrulewidth}{0.4pt}





Re: I can't open old Lyx files

2016-03-02 Thread Ross Reyes

I often have the same problem.
To solve I usually just open the file and edit this to match the current 
version of LyX.


I must be doing something wrong because you'd think the files would be 
automatically upconverted but for some reason I have to manually edit 
them, but it works.





On 3/2/2016 9:27 AM, Aron Toth wrote:


Hi,

Currently I am using Lyx 2.1 on Windows 7 (Enterprise). I cannot open 
old Lyx files. I can’t remember in which Lyx version they were edited 
last, but the last time I edited them was two years ago… I would 
really need to access these files, so your help would be much 
appreciated.


Thanks, Áron

PS: I am not a techy guy…