pdf viewer problem on mac

2012-02-24 Thread Saul Gelfand
I have incorrectly displayed fonts when I view or update PDF from LyX 
with Skim or Preview but not Adobe Reader. I need to then quit all 
open applications and kill the ATSServer as discussed in 
http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20070627212154574  . My 
question is whether this is a problem which will be fixed with Snow 
Leopard (10.6.7)? Or is there some other permanent fix?


Also, Skim gives the message 'Unable to load file', which I have to 
accept. Is this related?


LyX 1.6.9
OSX 10.5.8


pdf viewer problem on mac

2012-02-24 Thread Saul Gelfand
I have incorrectly displayed fonts when I view or update PDF from LyX 
with Skim or Preview but not Adobe Reader. I need to then quit all 
open applications and kill the ATSServer as discussed in 
http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20070627212154574  . My 
question is whether this is a problem which will be fixed with Snow 
Leopard (10.6.7)? Or is there some other permanent fix?


Also, Skim gives the message 'Unable to load file', which I have to 
accept. Is this related?


LyX 1.6.9
OSX 10.5.8


pdf viewer problem on mac

2012-02-24 Thread Saul Gelfand
I have incorrectly displayed fonts when I view or update PDF from LyX 
with Skim or Preview but not Adobe Reader. I need to then quit all 
open applications and kill the ATSServer as discussed in 
http://hints.macworld.com/article.php?story=20070627212154574  . My 
question is whether this is a problem which will be fixed with Snow 
Leopard (<10.6.7)? Or is there some other permanent fix?


Also, Skim gives the message 'Unable to load file', which I have to 
accept. Is this related?


LyX 1.6.9
OSX 10.5.8


Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-02-10 Thread saul

Dear Lyx people,

I have two problems and hope you can help. I'm using Lyx 1.5.2, in  
Windows Vista, together with Jabref 2.3, to write my doctorate thesis  
(book style).


1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main  
body of text are in the wrong order. The first reference stated comes  
up as [145] and not [1], while the second is [76], not [2]. This  
occurs throughout the entire document, in a nons equential psuedo  
random manner!


2) in each chapter, some of the figures appear in the correct place  
(as floats, with local float settings set to 'use default placment',  
and the default option in 'documents settings' set to 'top of page'),  
however, a lot of the figures end up in a group at the end of the  
chapter, even with the same settings, and even if I change them to be  
'here definitely'.


Any help is much appreciated!!

Thanks.

Saul




Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-02-10 Thread saul

Dear Lyx people,

I have two problems and hope you can help. I'm using Lyx 1.5.2, in  
Windows Vista, together with Jabref 2.3, to write my doctorate thesis  
(book style).


1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main  
body of text are in the wrong order. The first reference stated comes  
up as [145] and not [1], while the second is [76], not [2]. This  
occurs throughout the entire document, in a nons equential psuedo  
random manner!


2) in each chapter, some of the figures appear in the correct place  
(as floats, with local float settings set to 'use default placment',  
and the default option in 'documents settings' set to 'top of page'),  
however, a lot of the figures end up in a group at the end of the  
chapter, even with the same settings, and even if I change them to be  
'here definitely'.


Any help is much appreciated!!

Thanks.

Saul




Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-02-10 Thread saul

Dear Lyx people,

I have two problems and hope you can help. I'm using Lyx 1.5.2, in  
Windows Vista, together with Jabref 2.3, to write my doctorate thesis  
(book style).


1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main  
body of text are in the wrong order. The first reference stated comes  
up as [145] and not [1], while the second is [76], not [2]. This  
occurs throughout the entire document, in a nons equential psuedo  
random manner!


2) in each chapter, some of the figures appear in the correct place  
(as floats, with local float settings set to 'use default placment',  
and the default option in 'documents settings' set to 'top of page'),  
however, a lot of the figures end up in a group at the end of the  
chapter, even with the same settings, and even if I change them to be  
'here definitely'.


Any help is much appreciated!!

Thanks.

Saul