Re: How to change "theorem" to what ever it is called in my own language?

2009-09-28 Thread rgheck
On 09/28/2009 03:03 AM, A B wrote: Hi, this is how you do it (you have to add the words in your language as this code is for spanish): \makeatletter \...@namedef{thm}{\@thm{\let \...@swap \...@gobble \...@plain }{thm}{Teorema}} \...@namedef{cor}{\@thm{\let \...@swap \...@gobble \...@plain

Re: Sudden crashes in LyX 16.4

2009-09-27 Thread rgheck
On 09/27/2009 10:19 AM, Stefano Franchi wrote: thanks for the link, I had forgotten about the gdb stuff. I am on Linux/Kubuntu 9.04. I append the output from the debugger below. I am working on producing a smaller text case. S. --- (gdb) run

Re: formatting problem

2009-09-27 Thread rgheck
On 09/27/2009 12:08 AM, Bert Douglas wrote: Trying to get following: -- non-justified paragraphs (ragged right) -- two columns -- no indent -- small skip between paragraphs This is for membership list type of document. Problem is that there is unwanted coupling between the justification and

Re: Cross reference shortcut

2009-09-27 Thread rgheck
On 09/27/2009 11:37 AM, czb wrote: Hi, I have the latest stable Windows version of Lyx and I would like to assing a shortcut to insert cross reference command. But I can not find it in the shortcuts menu. Could you please post me a name of the key binding? This is because there's not a

Re: Sudden crashes in LyX 16.4

2009-09-27 Thread rgheck
On 09/27/2009 10:19 AM, Stefano Franchi wrote: thanks for the link, I had forgotten about the gdb stuff. I am on Linux/Kubuntu 9.04. I append the output from the debugger below. I am working on producing a smaller text case. S. --- (gdb) run

Re: formatting problem

2009-09-27 Thread rgheck
On 09/27/2009 12:08 AM, Bert Douglas wrote: Trying to get following: -- non-justified paragraphs (ragged right) -- two columns -- no indent -- small skip between paragraphs This is for membership list type of document. Problem is that there is unwanted coupling between the justification and

Re: Cross reference shortcut

2009-09-27 Thread rgheck
On 09/27/2009 11:37 AM, czb wrote: Hi, I have the latest stable Windows version of Lyx and I would like to assing a shortcut to insert cross reference command. But I can not find it in the shortcuts menu. Could you please post me a name of the key binding? This is because there's not a

Re: Sudden crashes in LyX 16.4

2009-09-27 Thread rgheck
On 09/27/2009 10:19 AM, Stefano Franchi wrote: thanks for the link, I had forgotten about the gdb stuff. I am on Linux/Kubuntu 9.04. I append the output from the debugger below. I am working on producing a smaller text case. S. --- (gdb) run

Re: formatting problem

2009-09-27 Thread rgheck
On 09/27/2009 12:08 AM, Bert Douglas wrote: Trying to get following: -- non-justified paragraphs (ragged right) -- two columns -- no indent -- small skip between paragraphs This is for membership list type of document. Problem is that there is unwanted coupling between the justification and

Re: Cross reference shortcut

2009-09-27 Thread rgheck
On 09/27/2009 11:37 AM, czb wrote: Hi, I have the latest stable Windows version of Lyx and I would like to assing a shortcut to insert cross reference command. But I can not find it in the shortcuts menu. Could you please post me a name of the key binding? This is because there's not a

Re: weird

2009-09-26 Thread rgheck
On 09/26/2009 05:31 PM, Ehud Kaplan wrote: Is something (like my newly installed SpamAssassin) eating all the Lyx list messages, or is everyone on the beach somewhere? I'm getting your tests coming through. So something's weird with your setup. rh

Re: weird

2009-09-26 Thread rgheck
On 09/26/2009 05:31 PM, Ehud Kaplan wrote: Is something (like my newly installed SpamAssassin) eating all the Lyx list messages, or is everyone on the beach somewhere? I'm getting your tests coming through. So something's weird with your setup. rh

Re: weird

2009-09-26 Thread rgheck
On 09/26/2009 05:31 PM, Ehud Kaplan wrote: Is something (like my newly installed SpamAssassin) eating all the Lyx list messages, or is everyone on the beach somewhere? I'm getting your tests coming through. So something's weird with your setup. rh

Re: LyX 1.6. ~ LaTex2RTF

2009-09-23 Thread rgheck
On 09/22/2009 10:14 PM, 0 wrote: I've used the two links below to start using LaTeX 2 RTF: http://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/ExportingRichTextFormatWithLaTeX2rtf#toc2 http://latex2rtf.sourceforge.net/ Rich Text Format appeared in export list. But it does not work, and says LyX: Cannot convert file An

Re: lyx make error on ubuntu feisty 7.04

2009-09-23 Thread rgheck
On 09/23/2009 05:27 AM, Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW wrote: Hello, I want to install lyx-1.6.4.1 from source but i get an error during make. configure before was successfull. I want to install lyx in a non-standard directory. further i have the newest qt version installed from source in a

Re: exported latex source code

2009-09-23 Thread rgheck
On 09/23/2009 10:19 AM, David Wang wrote: I found exported latex source (by File-Export-LaTex(plain)) is not terribly clean. Specifically, \begin{equation} and \end{equation} in general don't start at the first column and occupy one line each like, for example, \begin{equation} \mathbf{y} =

Re: LyX 1.6.4.1 and Snow Leopard

2009-09-23 Thread rgheck
On 09/23/2009 11:48 AM, Johannes Knaus wrote: Am 23.09.2009 um 16:57 schrieb James C. Sutherland: On Sep 23, 2009, at 8:50 AM, Stefano Baroni wrote: If so, would you please remind us how to disable autosave? LyX - Preferences - Look Feel - User Interface - Backup Documents every XXX

Re: LyX 1.6. ~ LaTex2RTF

2009-09-23 Thread rgheck
On 09/22/2009 10:14 PM, 0 wrote: I've used the two links below to start using LaTeX 2 RTF: http://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/ExportingRichTextFormatWithLaTeX2rtf#toc2 http://latex2rtf.sourceforge.net/ Rich Text Format appeared in export list. But it does not work, and says LyX: Cannot convert file An

Re: lyx make error on ubuntu feisty 7.04

2009-09-23 Thread rgheck
On 09/23/2009 05:27 AM, Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW wrote: Hello, I want to install lyx-1.6.4.1 from source but i get an error during make. configure before was successfull. I want to install lyx in a non-standard directory. further i have the newest qt version installed from source in a

Re: exported latex source code

2009-09-23 Thread rgheck
On 09/23/2009 10:19 AM, David Wang wrote: I found exported latex source (by File-Export-LaTex(plain)) is not terribly clean. Specifically, \begin{equation} and \end{equation} in general don't start at the first column and occupy one line each like, for example, \begin{equation} \mathbf{y} =

Re: LyX 1.6.4.1 and Snow Leopard

2009-09-23 Thread rgheck
On 09/23/2009 11:48 AM, Johannes Knaus wrote: Am 23.09.2009 um 16:57 schrieb James C. Sutherland: On Sep 23, 2009, at 8:50 AM, Stefano Baroni wrote: If so, would you please remind us how to disable autosave? LyX - Preferences - Look Feel - User Interface - Backup Documents every XXX

Re: LyX 1.6. ~ LaTex2RTF

2009-09-23 Thread rgheck
On 09/22/2009 10:14 PM, 0 wrote: I've used the two links below to start using LaTeX 2 RTF: http://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/ExportingRichTextFormatWithLaTeX2rtf#toc2 http://latex2rtf.sourceforge.net/ "Rich Text Format" appeared in export list. But it does not work, and says LyX: Cannot convert file An

Re: lyx make error on ubuntu feisty 7.04

2009-09-23 Thread rgheck
On 09/23/2009 05:27 AM, Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW wrote: Hello, I want to install lyx-1.6.4.1 from source but i get an error during make. configure before was successfull. I want to install lyx in a non-standard directory. further i have the newest qt version installed from source in a

Re: exported latex source code

2009-09-23 Thread rgheck
On 09/23/2009 10:19 AM, David Wang wrote: I found exported latex source (by File->Export->LaTex(plain)) is not terribly clean. Specifically, \begin{equation} and \end{equation} in general don't start at the first column and occupy one line each like, for example, \begin{equation} \mathbf{y} =

Re: LyX 1.6.4.1 and Snow Leopard

2009-09-23 Thread rgheck
On 09/23/2009 11:48 AM, Johannes Knaus wrote: Am 23.09.2009 um 16:57 schrieb James C. Sutherland: On Sep 23, 2009, at 8:50 AM, Stefano Baroni wrote: If so, would you please remind us how to disable autosave? LyX -> Preferences -> Look & Feel -> User Interface -> "Backup Documents every XXX

Re: amsthm package support

2009-09-22 Thread rgheck
On 09/22/2009 04:16 AM, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Gustavogugamil...@gmail.com writes: As a mathematician, I frequently use the package amsthm and, as far as I know, unfortunately, Lyx does not support this package. I need to insert latex code (\begin{theorem}, \end{theorem} and similar)

Re: amsthm package support

2009-09-22 Thread rgheck
On 09/22/2009 12:47 PM, Gustavo wrote: And this should automatically be loaded if you use the AMS classes. You means if the option Use AMS math package automatically is set? It looks like it is not loaded automatically (I saw the generated Latex code), at least for Lyx version

Re: amsthm package support

2009-09-22 Thread rgheck
On 09/22/2009 04:16 AM, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Gustavogugamil...@gmail.com writes: As a mathematician, I frequently use the package amsthm and, as far as I know, unfortunately, Lyx does not support this package. I need to insert latex code (\begin{theorem}, \end{theorem} and similar)

Re: amsthm package support

2009-09-22 Thread rgheck
On 09/22/2009 12:47 PM, Gustavo wrote: And this should automatically be loaded if you use the AMS classes. You means if the option Use AMS math package automatically is set? It looks like it is not loaded automatically (I saw the generated Latex code), at least for Lyx version

Re: amsthm package support

2009-09-22 Thread rgheck
On 09/22/2009 04:16 AM, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Gustavo writes: As a mathematician, I frequently use the package amsthm and, as far as I know, unfortunately, Lyx does not support this package. I need to insert latex code (\begin{theorem}, \end{theorem} and

Re: amsthm package support

2009-09-22 Thread rgheck
On 09/22/2009 12:47 PM, Gustavo wrote: And this should automatically be loaded if you use the AMS classes. You means if the option "Use AMS math package automatically" is set? It looks like it is not loaded automatically (I saw the generated Latex code), at least for Lyx version

Re: LyX .doc

2009-09-21 Thread rgheck
On 09/20/2009 04:39 PM, Stefano Franchi wrote: On the other hand, I knew about tex2word and word2tex, but I have no easy access to a Windows machine and they do not work under wine, unfortunately. You can go Word--OpenOffice--LaTeX. Indeed, I keep thinking that I should find the time to

Re: Question about bold and underline missing buttons

2009-09-21 Thread rgheck
On 09/21/2009 10:27 AM, silvio grosso wrote: Hello everybody, I am sorry for asking such a trivial question so bear with me :-) In essence, I would like to know why there are not two buttons, in the Lyx interface, to underline or bold a text. Don't get me wrong. I know you can perform these

Re: Question about bold and underline missing buttons

2009-09-21 Thread rgheck
On 09/21/2009 01:04 PM, Steve Litt wrote: Emph is really a kinda sorta character style built into LyX. I'm pretty sure it can be redefined to produce bold output, or bold italic output, or Large output, or whatever you want. I know for a fact you can do that with real character styles. What

Re: LyX .doc

2009-09-21 Thread rgheck
On 09/20/2009 04:39 PM, Stefano Franchi wrote: On the other hand, I knew about tex2word and word2tex, but I have no easy access to a Windows machine and they do not work under wine, unfortunately. You can go Word--OpenOffice--LaTeX. Indeed, I keep thinking that I should find the time to

Re: Question about bold and underline missing buttons

2009-09-21 Thread rgheck
On 09/21/2009 10:27 AM, silvio grosso wrote: Hello everybody, I am sorry for asking such a trivial question so bear with me :-) In essence, I would like to know why there are not two buttons, in the Lyx interface, to underline or bold a text. Don't get me wrong. I know you can perform these

Re: Question about bold and underline missing buttons

2009-09-21 Thread rgheck
On 09/21/2009 01:04 PM, Steve Litt wrote: Emph is really a kinda sorta character style built into LyX. I'm pretty sure it can be redefined to produce bold output, or bold italic output, or Large output, or whatever you want. I know for a fact you can do that with real character styles. What

Re: LyX & ".doc"

2009-09-21 Thread rgheck
On 09/20/2009 04:39 PM, Stefano Franchi wrote: On the other hand, I knew about tex2word and word2tex, but I have no easy access to a Windows machine and they do not work under wine, unfortunately. You can go Word-->OpenOffice-->LaTeX. Indeed, I keep thinking that I should find the time to

Re: Question about bold and underline "missing" buttons

2009-09-21 Thread rgheck
On 09/21/2009 10:27 AM, silvio grosso wrote: Hello everybody, I am sorry for asking such a trivial question so bear with me :-) In essence, I would like to know why there are not two buttons, in the Lyx interface, to underline or bold a text. Don't get me wrong. I know you can perform these

Re: Question about bold and underline "missing" buttons

2009-09-21 Thread rgheck
On 09/21/2009 01:04 PM, Steve Litt wrote: Emph is really a kinda sorta character style built into LyX. I'm pretty sure it can be redefined to produce bold output, or bold italic output, or Large output, or whatever you want. I know for a fact you can do that with real character styles. What

Re: LyX .doc

2009-09-19 Thread rgheck
Can I a) save b) export c) edit a document in MS Word (.doc) format in LyX? This depends upon exactly what you want to do. If the situation is that you have a Word document and you want to import it into LyX, then this can be done, though not directly, as there's no good converter chain

Re: Renumbering footnotes after each section

2009-09-19 Thread rgheck
On 09/19/2009 07:23 PM, Nikos Alexandris wrote: On Sun, 2009-09-20 at 02:21 +0300, Nikos Alexandris wrote: John: [...] I would like to see my footnotes for each section renumbered starting with 1. [...] I tried inserting the code \...@addtoreset{footnote}{section} in the document

Re: LyX .doc

2009-09-19 Thread rgheck
Can I a) save b) export c) edit a document in MS Word (.doc) format in LyX? This depends upon exactly what you want to do. If the situation is that you have a Word document and you want to import it into LyX, then this can be done, though not directly, as there's no good converter chain

Re: Renumbering footnotes after each section

2009-09-19 Thread rgheck
On 09/19/2009 07:23 PM, Nikos Alexandris wrote: On Sun, 2009-09-20 at 02:21 +0300, Nikos Alexandris wrote: John: [...] I would like to see my footnotes for each section renumbered starting with 1. [...] I tried inserting the code \...@addtoreset{footnote}{section} in the document

Re: LyX & ".doc"

2009-09-19 Thread rgheck
Can I a) save b) export c) edit a document in MS Word (.doc) format in LyX? This depends upon exactly what you want to do. If the situation is that you have a Word document and you want to import it into LyX, then this can be done, though not directly, as there's no good converter chain

Re: Renumbering footnotes after each section

2009-09-19 Thread rgheck
On 09/19/2009 07:23 PM, Nikos Alexandris wrote: On Sun, 2009-09-20 at 02:21 +0300, Nikos Alexandris wrote: John: [...] I would like to see my footnotes for each section renumbered starting with 1. [...] I tried inserting the code "\...@addtoreset{footnote}{section}" in the document

Re: Renumbering footnotes after each section

2009-09-18 Thread rgheck
On 09/18/2009 09:34 PM, jbutzu wrote: Hello. Recently I have downloaded LyX and read the tutorial, etc. I would like to see my footnotes for each section renumbered starting with 1. I am using the unordered section* selection from the paragraph environment followed by a verse and then a new

Re: Renumbering footnotes after each section

2009-09-18 Thread rgheck
On 09/18/2009 09:34 PM, jbutzu wrote: Hello. Recently I have downloaded LyX and read the tutorial, etc. I would like to see my footnotes for each section renumbered starting with 1. I am using the unordered section* selection from the paragraph environment followed by a verse and then a new

Re: Renumbering footnotes after each section

2009-09-18 Thread rgheck
On 09/18/2009 09:34 PM, jbutzu wrote: Hello. Recently I have downloaded LyX and read the tutorial, etc. I would like to see my footnotes for each section renumbered starting with 1. I am using the unordered section* selection from the paragraph environment followed by a verse and then a new

Re: Once again: Margin alignment

2009-09-17 Thread rgheck
On 09/16/2009 01:05 PM, jezZiFeR wrote: Hello, margin alignment with Lyx 1.6.4.1, OSX and microtype seems to work, but just very lightly (I´m not really sure, because it´s so lightly). Could somebody tell me how to increase the factor, what do I have to enter in the preamble? Up to now I

Re: Once again: Margin alignment

2009-09-17 Thread rgheck
On 09/16/2009 01:05 PM, jezZiFeR wrote: Hello, margin alignment with Lyx 1.6.4.1, OSX and microtype seems to work, but just very lightly (I´m not really sure, because it´s so lightly). Could somebody tell me how to increase the factor, what do I have to enter in the preamble? Up to now I

Re: Once again: Margin alignment

2009-09-17 Thread rgheck
On 09/16/2009 01:05 PM, jezZiFeR wrote: Hello, margin alignment with Lyx 1.6.4.1, OSX and microtype seems to work, but just very lightly (I´m not really sure, because it´s so lightly). Could somebody tell me how to increase the factor, what do I have to enter in the preamble? Up to now I

Re: Natbib options in Lyx with embedded bibliography

2009-09-16 Thread rgheck
On 09/16/2009 10:07 AM, Ehud Kaplan wrote: Lyx */does/* know a lot about the citations, since when I click on one, it shows its details (and in the left column all the other citations that have been included in the Lyx file), but not the formatting options. I inserted the references into the

Re: Lyx Title problems

2009-09-16 Thread rgheck
On 09/16/2009 11:09 AM, Steve Litt wrote: On Wednesday 16 September 2009 10:50:44 matteo abeni wrote: Hello, I am using lyx to write my thesis. But i have a problem. when i write the title and then the author and I see them as PDF file I have a problem cause both stay in the top side of

Re: Natbib options in Lyx with embedded bibliography

2009-09-16 Thread rgheck
On 09/16/2009 10:07 AM, Ehud Kaplan wrote: Lyx */does/* know a lot about the citations, since when I click on one, it shows its details (and in the left column all the other citations that have been included in the Lyx file), but not the formatting options. I inserted the references into the

Re: Lyx Title problems

2009-09-16 Thread rgheck
On 09/16/2009 11:09 AM, Steve Litt wrote: On Wednesday 16 September 2009 10:50:44 matteo abeni wrote: Hello, I am using lyx to write my thesis. But i have a problem. when i write the title and then the author and I see them as PDF file I have a problem cause both stay in the top side of

Re: Natbib options in Lyx with embedded bibliography

2009-09-16 Thread rgheck
On 09/16/2009 10:07 AM, Ehud Kaplan wrote: Lyx */does/* know a lot about the citations, since when I click on one, it shows its details (and in the left column all the other citations that have been included in the Lyx file), but not the formatting options. I inserted the references into the

Re: Lyx Title problems

2009-09-16 Thread rgheck
On 09/16/2009 11:09 AM, Steve Litt wrote: On Wednesday 16 September 2009 10:50:44 matteo abeni wrote: Hello, I am using lyx to write my thesis. But i have a problem. when i write the title and then the author and I see them as PDF file I have a problem cause both stay in the top side of

Re: Hide tracked changes?

2009-09-15 Thread rgheck
On 09/15/2009 04:06 AM, Matts Lindström wrote: Hi, Is it somehow possible to hide tracked changes in the lyx editor without choosing to accept/reject them? This is possible in Word, and a function which I find very convenient as it makes the display a lot less cluttered, while still preserving

Re: Installing missing packages in Lyx

2009-09-15 Thread rgheck
On 09/15/2009 06:22 AM, Ludwik Celnikier wrote: Hello, I am trying to use certain templates in lyx, for example the Kluwer template. The normally installed version of lyx protests that some .cls or .sty files are missing. I have downloaded the kluwer and unpacked the kluwer package from

Re: How to copy required files into the temporary directory?

2009-09-15 Thread rgheck
On 09/15/2009 01:04 PM, Yihui Xie wrote: Hi all, I'm using a LaTeX package that will include certain files into the document, however, Lyx does not know these files are required for compiling, because they are not included with standard LaTeX macros (e.g. \includegraphics{}). So my question is,

Re: Hide tracked changes?

2009-09-15 Thread rgheck
On 09/15/2009 04:06 AM, Matts Lindström wrote: Hi, Is it somehow possible to hide tracked changes in the lyx editor without choosing to accept/reject them? This is possible in Word, and a function which I find very convenient as it makes the display a lot less cluttered, while still preserving

Re: Installing missing packages in Lyx

2009-09-15 Thread rgheck
On 09/15/2009 06:22 AM, Ludwik Celnikier wrote: Hello, I am trying to use certain templates in lyx, for example the Kluwer template. The normally installed version of lyx protests that some .cls or .sty files are missing. I have downloaded the kluwer and unpacked the kluwer package from

Re: How to copy required files into the temporary directory?

2009-09-15 Thread rgheck
On 09/15/2009 01:04 PM, Yihui Xie wrote: Hi all, I'm using a LaTeX package that will include certain files into the document, however, Lyx does not know these files are required for compiling, because they are not included with standard LaTeX macros (e.g. \includegraphics{}). So my question is,

Re: Hide tracked changes?

2009-09-15 Thread rgheck
On 09/15/2009 04:06 AM, Matts Lindström wrote: Hi, Is it somehow possible to hide tracked changes in the lyx editor without choosing to accept/reject them? This is possible in Word, and a function which I find very convenient as it makes the display a lot less cluttered, while still preserving

Re: Installing missing packages in Lyx

2009-09-15 Thread rgheck
On 09/15/2009 06:22 AM, Ludwik Celnikier wrote: Hello, I am trying to use certain templates in lyx, for example the Kluwer template. The normally installed version of lyx protests that some .cls or .sty files are missing. I have downloaded the kluwer and unpacked the kluwer package from

Re: How to copy required files into the temporary directory?

2009-09-15 Thread rgheck
On 09/15/2009 01:04 PM, Yihui Xie wrote: Hi all, I'm using a LaTeX package that will include certain files into the document, however, Lyx does not know these files are required for compiling, because they are not included with standard LaTeX macros (e.g. \includegraphics{}). So my question is,

Re: Karmic Koala update slows down lyx

2009-09-14 Thread rgheck
On 09/14/2009 03:20 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: * Uwe Stöhr wrote, On 12/09/09 21:41: I'm wondering why we should care about an unreleased OS. Here's some reasons, although I don't propose that you personally adopt any of them: * Other mailing list members care * It's a chance to spot

Re: Geschützter Trennstrich / Protected hyphen (?)

2009-09-14 Thread rgheck
On 09/14/2009 11:29 AM, jezZiFeR wrote: Hello, I´m using geschützter Trennstrich in a Lyx-document (report KOMA, Lyx 1.6.4.1 on OS X). In english this could be something like protected hyphen. I use this, because one word in the line before it does not break und protrudes into the right

Re: Karmic Koala update slows down lyx

2009-09-14 Thread rgheck
On 09/14/2009 03:20 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: * Uwe Stöhr wrote, On 12/09/09 21:41: I'm wondering why we should care about an unreleased OS. Here's some reasons, although I don't propose that you personally adopt any of them: * Other mailing list members care * It's a chance to spot

Re: Geschützter Trennstrich / Protected hyphen (?)

2009-09-14 Thread rgheck
On 09/14/2009 11:29 AM, jezZiFeR wrote: Hello, I´m using geschützter Trennstrich in a Lyx-document (report KOMA, Lyx 1.6.4.1 on OS X). In english this could be something like protected hyphen. I use this, because one word in the line before it does not break und protrudes into the right

Re: Karmic Koala update slows down lyx

2009-09-14 Thread rgheck
On 09/14/2009 03:20 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: * Uwe Stöhr wrote, On 12/09/09 21:41: I'm wondering why we should care about an unreleased OS. Here's some reasons, although I don't propose that you personally adopt any of them: * Other mailing list members care * It's a chance to spot

Re: Geschützter Trennstrich / Protected hyphen (?)

2009-09-14 Thread rgheck
On 09/14/2009 11:29 AM, jezZiFeR wrote: Hello, I´m using "geschützter Trennstrich" in a Lyx-document (report KOMA, Lyx 1.6.4.1 on OS X). In english this could be something like "protected hyphen". I use this, because one word in the line before it does not break und protrudes into the right

Re: SV: Margin alignment in Lyx

2009-09-13 Thread rgheck
On 09/13/2009 03:49 PM, jezZiFeR wrote: Hello Ingar, thank you! This one does not work for me, maybe, because I use XeLatex (Das entsprechende Dokument kann dann aber nur mit pdf(la)tex übersetzt werden!). Is there no possibility to use the microtype-package for that? I thought that I

Re: SV: Margin alignment in Lyx

2009-09-13 Thread rgheck
On 09/13/2009 03:49 PM, jezZiFeR wrote: Hello Ingar, thank you! This one does not work for me, maybe, because I use XeLatex (Das entsprechende Dokument kann dann aber nur mit pdf(la)tex übersetzt werden!). Is there no possibility to use the microtype-package for that? I thought that I

Re: SV: Margin alignment in Lyx

2009-09-13 Thread rgheck
On 09/13/2009 03:49 PM, jezZiFeR wrote: Hello Ingar, thank you! This one does not work for me, maybe, because I use XeLatex ("Das entsprechende Dokument kann dann aber nur mit pdf(la)tex übersetzt werden!"). Is there no possibility to use the microtype-package for that? I thought that I

Re: lyx crashes - std::bad_alloc

2009-09-11 Thread rgheck
On 09/11/2009 09:33 AM, Manveru wrote: 2009/9/11 Evan Masonevanma...@gmail.com Hi, I am running lyx 1.6.4 with Mandriva 2008. Over the last few days Lyx keeps freezing, and after a minute or two comes up with the message 'Lyx has caught an exception... Exception: std::bad_alloc'. It

Re: lyx crashes - std::bad_alloc

2009-09-11 Thread rgheck
On 09/11/2009 10:31 AM, Manveru wrote: 2009/9/11 Evan Masonevanma...@gmail.com I have 4 Gb. I've not noticed lyx using a lot of memory, except when it crashes. Does your PNG images contains a lot of white background and only some lines? I would be better to give us maximum

Re: Thanks for outline mode

2009-09-11 Thread rgheck
On 09/11/2009 11:54 AM, Erez Yerushalmi wrote: Hey, wow, I didn't even know about this feature. I just tried it and it works. cool ! Thanks Steve for writing about it. Yes, thanks for the developers amazing work! To give credit where due, I think Abdel did most of this work, with help

Re: How many use Linux: was[LyX] explicit mail subject

2009-09-11 Thread rgheck
On 09/11/2009 03:06 PM, Murat Yildizoglu wrote: Well, Lyx Website hit statistics could give a very rough idea maybe. They can record OS statistics, if they are hidden by the user. You could get a decent sense of the Windows and Mac populations from download statistics, but not so much with

Re: lyx crashes - std::bad_alloc

2009-09-11 Thread rgheck
On 09/11/2009 09:33 AM, Manveru wrote: 2009/9/11 Evan Masonevanma...@gmail.com Hi, I am running lyx 1.6.4 with Mandriva 2008. Over the last few days Lyx keeps freezing, and after a minute or two comes up with the message 'Lyx has caught an exception... Exception: std::bad_alloc'. It

Re: lyx crashes - std::bad_alloc

2009-09-11 Thread rgheck
On 09/11/2009 10:31 AM, Manveru wrote: 2009/9/11 Evan Masonevanma...@gmail.com I have 4 Gb. I've not noticed lyx using a lot of memory, except when it crashes. Does your PNG images contains a lot of white background and only some lines? I would be better to give us maximum

Re: Thanks for outline mode

2009-09-11 Thread rgheck
On 09/11/2009 11:54 AM, Erez Yerushalmi wrote: Hey, wow, I didn't even know about this feature. I just tried it and it works. cool ! Thanks Steve for writing about it. Yes, thanks for the developers amazing work! To give credit where due, I think Abdel did most of this work, with help

Re: How many use Linux: was[LyX] explicit mail subject

2009-09-11 Thread rgheck
On 09/11/2009 03:06 PM, Murat Yildizoglu wrote: Well, Lyx Website hit statistics could give a very rough idea maybe. They can record OS statistics, if they are hidden by the user. You could get a decent sense of the Windows and Mac populations from download statistics, but not so much with

Re: lyx crashes - std::bad_alloc

2009-09-11 Thread rgheck
On 09/11/2009 09:33 AM, Manveru wrote: 2009/9/11 Evan Mason Hi, I am running lyx 1.6.4 with Mandriva 2008. Over the last few days Lyx keeps freezing, and after a minute or two comes up with the message 'Lyx has caught an exception... Exception: std::bad_alloc'. It

Re: lyx crashes - std::bad_alloc

2009-09-11 Thread rgheck
On 09/11/2009 10:31 AM, Manveru wrote: 2009/9/11 Evan Mason I have 4 Gb. I've not noticed lyx using a lot of memory, except when it crashes. Does your PNG images contains a lot of white background and only some lines? I would be better to give us maximum

Re: Thanks for outline mode

2009-09-11 Thread rgheck
On 09/11/2009 11:54 AM, Erez Yerushalmi wrote: Hey, wow, I didn't even know about this feature. I just tried it and it works. cool ! Thanks Steve for writing about it. Yes, thanks for the developers amazing work! To give credit where due, I think Abdel did most of this work, with help

Re: How many use Linux: was[LyX] explicit mail subject

2009-09-11 Thread rgheck
On 09/11/2009 03:06 PM, Murat Yildizoglu wrote: Well, Lyx Website hit statistics could give a very rough idea maybe. They can record OS statistics, if they are hidden by the user. You could get a decent sense of the Windows and Mac populations from download statistics, but not so much with

Re: problems with pdf-creation

2009-09-09 Thread rgheck
On 09/08/2009 08:18 PM, Timm Döbert wrote: Hi there, I would like to get some advice on the following problem encountered when trying to create a pdf file: Font \csname\endcsname=psyr at 12.0pt not loadable: Metric (TFM) file not fou Font \csname\endcsname=psyr at 9.0pt not loadable: Metric

Re: View menu customization

2009-09-09 Thread rgheck
On 09/08/2009 09:44 PM, Myriam Abramson wrote: I just got 1.5.3 installed with Ubuntu Hardy. To view a pdf in the view menu, I see dvipdfm and pdflatex. How do I get in the menu the capability to view a pdf with ps2pdf? This option is listed in the preferences formats but how do I get it in the

Re: change appendix

2009-09-09 Thread rgheck
On 09/08/2009 11:03 PM, Ricardo Perrone wrote: Hi, how can i change the default alignment of appendix (book.cls)? I need to put it at the center. Do you mean of the heading Appendix (or its translation)? Or what? rh

Re: Line spacing in headings

2009-09-09 Thread rgheck
On 09/09/2009 06:01 AM, Matts Lindström wrote: Hello, When I set line spacing to 1.5 (using the settings dialog) this also changes the line spacing of the document headings (section, subsection etc). This looks really bad. Can I avoid this somehow? I think so, but I'm guessing it is not

Re: change appendix

2009-09-09 Thread rgheck
On 09/09/2009 03:33 PM, Ricardo Perrone wrote: Hi, sorry, i forgot it ... is the heading Appendix that in book.cls is capture from \chapter. But I would like to change it only on appendix without change the default chapter alignment that was applied in the rest of document Right. Well,

Re: problems with pdf-creation

2009-09-09 Thread rgheck
On 09/08/2009 08:18 PM, Timm Döbert wrote: Hi there, I would like to get some advice on the following problem encountered when trying to create a pdf file: Font \csname\endcsname=psyr at 12.0pt not loadable: Metric (TFM) file not fou Font \csname\endcsname=psyr at 9.0pt not loadable: Metric

Re: View menu customization

2009-09-09 Thread rgheck
On 09/08/2009 09:44 PM, Myriam Abramson wrote: I just got 1.5.3 installed with Ubuntu Hardy. To view a pdf in the view menu, I see dvipdfm and pdflatex. How do I get in the menu the capability to view a pdf with ps2pdf? This option is listed in the preferences formats but how do I get it in the

Re: change appendix

2009-09-09 Thread rgheck
On 09/08/2009 11:03 PM, Ricardo Perrone wrote: Hi, how can i change the default alignment of appendix (book.cls)? I need to put it at the center. Do you mean of the heading Appendix (or its translation)? Or what? rh

Re: Line spacing in headings

2009-09-09 Thread rgheck
On 09/09/2009 06:01 AM, Matts Lindström wrote: Hello, When I set line spacing to 1.5 (using the settings dialog) this also changes the line spacing of the document headings (section, subsection etc). This looks really bad. Can I avoid this somehow? I think so, but I'm guessing it is not

Re: change appendix

2009-09-09 Thread rgheck
On 09/09/2009 03:33 PM, Ricardo Perrone wrote: Hi, sorry, i forgot it ... is the heading Appendix that in book.cls is capture from \chapter. But I would like to change it only on appendix without change the default chapter alignment that was applied in the rest of document Right. Well,

Re: problems with pdf-creation

2009-09-09 Thread rgheck
On 09/08/2009 08:18 PM, "Timm Döbert" wrote: Hi there, I would like to get some advice on the following problem encountered when trying to create a pdf file: Font \csname\endcsname=psyr at 12.0pt not loadable: Metric (TFM) file not fou Font \csname\endcsname=psyr at 9.0pt not loadable: Metric

Re: View menu customization

2009-09-09 Thread rgheck
On 09/08/2009 09:44 PM, Myriam Abramson wrote: I just got 1.5.3 installed with Ubuntu Hardy. To view a pdf in the view menu, I see dvipdfm and pdflatex. How do I get in the menu the capability to view a pdf with ps2pdf? This option is listed in the preferences formats but how do I get it in the

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