Re: How do you include both section* and section in TOC ?

1999-05-22 Thread Andreas Jahnen

---Reply to mail from Maarten Afman about How do you include both section* and section 
in TOC ?

 My question is the following short one:
 How do you include both unnumbered sections and numbered sections in
 TOC? 

You can use for the numbered sections the normal "section" and "chapter"
enviroment. For the unnumbert sections use "addcap" and "addsect"
envirments. Thats works fine for me with the koma-script classes... e.g.
to include Preface and so on... .

 
 (I have used LyX and am now using KLyX)
 TIA for any help!

I use lyx and I am not sure if koma-script and this envirments are
supported in klyx. Try it.


hope it helps,
Andreas


 
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Re: How do you include both section* and section in TOC ?

1999-05-22 Thread Andreas Jahnen

---Reply to mail from Maarten Afman about How do you include both section* and section 
in TOC ?

 My question is the following short one:
 How do you include both unnumbered sections and numbered sections in
 TOC? 

You can use for the numbered sections the normal "section" and "chapter"
enviroment. For the unnumbert sections use "addcap" and "addsect"
envirments. Thats works fine for me with the koma-script classes... e.g.
to include Preface and so on... .

 
 (I have used LyX and am now using KLyX)
 TIA for any help!

I use lyx and I am not sure if koma-script and this envirments are
supported in klyx. Try it.


hope it helps,
Andreas


 
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 email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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 _
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Re: How do you include both section* and section in TOC ?

1999-05-22 Thread Andreas Jahnen

---Reply to mail from Maarten Afman about How do you include both section* and section 
in TOC ?

> My question is the following short one:
> How do you include both unnumbered sections and numbered sections in
> TOC? 

You can use for the numbered sections the normal "section" and "chapter"
enviroment. For the unnumbert sections use "addcap" and "addsect"
envirments. Thats works fine for me with the koma-script classes... e.g.
to include Preface and so on... .

> 
> (I have used LyX and am now using KLyX)
> TIA for any help!

I use lyx and I am not sure if koma-script and this envirments are
supported in klyx. Try it.


hope it helps,
Andreas


> 
> -- 
> Maarten 
> 
> email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> homepage:  http://delft.dyndns.org (Or somewhere else..)
> _
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> by being declared to work.
> -- Anatol Holt
> 

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Re: Pagenumbering

1999-05-21 Thread Andreas Jahnen

---Reply to mail from Steffen Schmidt about Pagenumbering

 Hi,
 
 is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
 have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
 and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
 LyX?

That is possible. Use (as Latex = red) this commands:

\pagenumbering{roman}   at the beginning of your dokument;
\pagenumbering{arabic}  at the beginning of your chapters


That's all.

Andreas

 
 Thanks
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Re: Pagenumbering

1999-05-21 Thread Andreas Jahnen

---Reply to mail from Steffen Schmidt about Pagenumbering

 Hi,
 
 is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
 have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
 and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
 LyX?

That is possible. Use (as Latex = red) this commands:

\pagenumbering{roman}   at the beginning of your dokument;
\pagenumbering{arabic}  at the beginning of your chapters


That's all.

Andreas

 
 Thanks
 Steffen
 

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Re: Pagenumbering

1999-05-21 Thread Andreas Jahnen

---Reply to mail from Steffen Schmidt about Pagenumbering

> Hi,
> 
> is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
> have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
> and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
> LyX?

That is possible. Use (as Latex = red) this commands:

\pagenumbering{roman}   at the beginning of your dokument;
\pagenumbering{arabic}  at the beginning of your chapters


That's all.

Andreas

> 
> Thanks
> Steffen
> 

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Re: wide tables

1999-05-06 Thread Andreas Jahnen

Hi!

This is not a nice behavoir. You can enter at that position that the line
break should be a conrol+enter secence. That produces normaly the linefeed
command ("\\" in Latex) but in tables it produces a linefeed on the
screen. It isn't affecting the printed document.

Try it.

Andreas

---Reply to mail from Russ Ross about wide tables

 I'm creating tables of two columns where the first column is just a
 label, and the right column contains a paragraph or so of text.  I set
 the maximum width from the table layout dialog box, and it prints fine,
 but it is nearly impossible to edit.
 
 On the screen the body of text is displayed as a single horizontal line
 (ie, no word wrap) for each entry, and the displayed table is _very_
 wide.  There is no horizontal scroll bar, so the only way I seem to be
 able to work around it is to make the window as wide as I can, drag it
 most of the way off the screen, then widen it again, etc. until the
 part I want to edit is finally on the screen.
 
 Is there a way to get it to use word wrap when editing inside tables on
 the screen?  Either the fixed width that I specified for the table, or
 something convenient for the window size would be nice.  If not, I'd
 like to make a feature request :)
 
 Right now, I end up loading the .lyx file into vi or something like
 that to do editing of the table text, and that's really not a great way
 to do it.  Am I missing something simple here?  Is there another
 workaround?
 
 Thanks!
 
 - Russ
 
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Re: wide tables

1999-05-06 Thread Andreas Jahnen

Hi!

This is not a nice behavoir. You can enter at that position that the line
break should be a conrol+enter secence. That produces normaly the linefeed
command ("\\" in Latex) but in tables it produces a linefeed on the
screen. It isn't affecting the printed document.

Try it.

Andreas

---Reply to mail from Russ Ross about wide tables

 I'm creating tables of two columns where the first column is just a
 label, and the right column contains a paragraph or so of text.  I set
 the maximum width from the table layout dialog box, and it prints fine,
 but it is nearly impossible to edit.
 
 On the screen the body of text is displayed as a single horizontal line
 (ie, no word wrap) for each entry, and the displayed table is _very_
 wide.  There is no horizontal scroll bar, so the only way I seem to be
 able to work around it is to make the window as wide as I can, drag it
 most of the way off the screen, then widen it again, etc. until the
 part I want to edit is finally on the screen.
 
 Is there a way to get it to use word wrap when editing inside tables on
 the screen?  Either the fixed width that I specified for the table, or
 something convenient for the window size would be nice.  If not, I'd
 like to make a feature request :)
 
 Right now, I end up loading the .lyx file into vi or something like
 that to do editing of the table text, and that's really not a great way
 to do it.  Am I missing something simple here?  Is there another
 workaround?
 
 Thanks!
 
 - Russ
 
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Re: wide tables

1999-05-06 Thread Andreas Jahnen

Hi!

This is not a nice behavoir. You can enter at that position that the line
break should be a conrol+enter secence. That produces normaly the linefeed
command ("\\" in Latex) but in tables it produces a linefeed on the
screen. It isn't affecting the printed document.

Try it.

Andreas

---Reply to mail from Russ Ross about wide tables

> I'm creating tables of two columns where the first column is just a
> label, and the right column contains a paragraph or so of text.  I set
> the maximum width from the table layout dialog box, and it prints fine,
> but it is nearly impossible to edit.
> 
> On the screen the body of text is displayed as a single horizontal line
> (ie, no word wrap) for each entry, and the displayed table is _very_
> wide.  There is no horizontal scroll bar, so the only way I seem to be
> able to work around it is to make the window as wide as I can, drag it
> most of the way off the screen, then widen it again, etc. until the
> part I want to edit is finally on the screen.
> 
> Is there a way to get it to use word wrap when editing inside tables on
> the screen?  Either the fixed width that I specified for the table, or
> something convenient for the window size would be nice.  If not, I'd
> like to make a feature request :)
> 
> Right now, I end up loading the .lyx file into vi or something like
> that to do editing of the table text, and that's really not a great way
> to do it.  Am I missing something simple here?  Is there another
> workaround?
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> - Russ
> 
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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> 

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Re: use of LaTeX classes

1999-05-03 Thread Andreas Jahnen

---Reply to mail from Hellmut Weber about use of LaTeX classes

 Hi,
 I'm an old LaTeX user and have recently got Klyx with my RedHat 5.2 LINUX.
 
 My first impression is that Lyx is just what I was looking for for years.
 And now I have the problem to transform some 'proprietary' document classes
 which work fine under LaTeX / teTeX into Lyx (resp. Klyx) format.

Try Lyx insteed of klyx. There is a import funktion in version 1.0.x (a
script reLyx). It is not in klyx, because klyx is based on lyx 0.12.

I think the klyx and the lyx format is the same. But I like lyx more,
because it is able to handle more document classes and more features are
also included.

 
 I tried to look at the files which seem to correspond to the Lyx documents
 I made so far,
 but I didn't have the time to work it out by "disassembling" the process
 and its parts.
 
 Any help would be great
 
 Hellmut
 
 PS 
 
 Hellmut Weber Degenfeldstrasse 2, D - 80803 München
 Tel. (+49 89) 3081172, Mobile phone (+49 172) 8450321
 Internet: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 
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 Tel. (+49 89) 5232036, Fax (+49 89) 524891,
 
 

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Re: use of LaTeX classes

1999-05-03 Thread Andreas Jahnen

---Reply to mail from Hellmut Weber about use of LaTeX classes

 Hi,
 I'm an old LaTeX user and have recently got Klyx with my RedHat 5.2 LINUX.
 
 My first impression is that Lyx is just what I was looking for for years.
 And now I have the problem to transform some 'proprietary' document classes
 which work fine under LaTeX / teTeX into Lyx (resp. Klyx) format.

Try Lyx insteed of klyx. There is a import funktion in version 1.0.x (a
script reLyx). It is not in klyx, because klyx is based on lyx 0.12.

I think the klyx and the lyx format is the same. But I like lyx more,
because it is able to handle more document classes and more features are
also included.

 
 I tried to look at the files which seem to correspond to the Lyx documents
 I made so far,
 but I didn't have the time to work it out by "disassembling" the process
 and its parts.
 
 Any help would be great
 
 Hellmut
 
 PS 
 
 Hellmut Weber Degenfeldstrasse 2, D - 80803 München
 Tel. (+49 89) 3081172, Mobile phone (+49 172) 8450321
 Internet: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 
 CORPHIS Consulting GmbH
 Erzgiessereistrasse 2, D - 80335 München
 Tel. (+49 89) 5232036, Fax (+49 89) 524891,
 
 

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Re: use of LaTeX classes

1999-05-03 Thread Andreas Jahnen

---Reply to mail from Hellmut Weber about use of LaTeX classes

> Hi,
> I'm an old LaTeX user and have recently got Klyx with my RedHat 5.2 LINUX.
> 
> My first impression is that Lyx is just what I was looking for for years.
> And now I have the problem to transform some 'proprietary' document classes
> which work fine under LaTeX / teTeX into Lyx (resp. Klyx) format.

Try Lyx insteed of klyx. There is a import funktion in version 1.0.x (a
script reLyx). It is not in klyx, because klyx is based on lyx 0.12.

I think the klyx and the lyx format is the same. But I like lyx more,
because it is able to handle more document classes and more features are
also included.

> 
> I tried to look at the files which seem to correspond to the Lyx documents
> I made so far,
> but I didn't have the time to work it out by "disassembling" the process
> and its parts.
> 
> Any help would be great
> 
> Hellmut
> 
> PS 
> 
> Hellmut Weber Degenfeldstrasse 2, D - 80803 München
> Tel. (+49 89) 3081172, Mobile phone (+49 172) 8450321
> Internet: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> 
> CORPHIS Consulting GmbH
> Erzgiessereistrasse 2, D - 80335 München
> Tel. (+49 89) 5232036, Fax (+49 89) 524891,
> 
> 

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Re: Problems with eps-graphics

1999-04-23 Thread Andreas Jahnen

Hi!
 
I solved my problem, but it was not easy...

The installation of the Adobe printer driver did not work. The resulting
postscript was looking mutch better, but it was not scaleable (rescaling)
any more.
I used the AdobePS 5.1 Printer for NT 4.0 with the Adobe Destiller printer
as PPA. I used "generate eps" also... . 

But I solved the problem, so that it is working for me. Here is a
discription how I integrate output from Windows NT into Lyx/Latex. I hope it is
helpful:

1. Print to File using the printer QMS 820 v51.1. This printer was adviced
to work in some Latex newsgroups. Not every printer is working because in
eps there are several ps commands forbitten.

2. run program "ps2epsi". It procudes an preview bitmap and removes the
page information and adds the bounding box infos.

3. The output is not well, but resizing and rotation is functional. The
increase quality of the output add a linie of ps code to the epsi file:

106 45 {dup mul exch dup mul add 1.0 exch sub} setscreen

It should be placed behind the preample. It defines how the halftones are
calculated. I am not sure if this is somethink optimal or what the exact
meaning of each parameter is, but it works well for me. I found it in some
book.
It is enough to put it in the beginning of the exported ps file. 

I hope this informations are useful for someone. Also thank you for your
previous supplies... .

Andreas 


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TeX/LyX style for a C library handbook

1999-04-23 Thread Andreas Jahnen

Hi!

I'm looking for a TeX/LyX style for a C library handbook. This includes
descriptions of C functions, examples and tables, prototypes and parameter
lists - a typical description of the functions of a library.

I had been trying around for a while, but I haven't had any good ideas.

Thank you for your help,

Andreas


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Re: Problems with eps-graphics

1999-04-23 Thread Andreas Jahnen

Hi!
 
I solved my problem, but it was not easy...

The installation of the Adobe printer driver did not work. The resulting
postscript was looking mutch better, but it was not scaleable (rescaling)
any more.
I used the AdobePS 5.1 Printer for NT 4.0 with the Adobe Destiller printer
as PPA. I used "generate eps" also... . 

But I solved the problem, so that it is working for me. Here is a
discription how I integrate output from Windows NT into Lyx/Latex. I hope it is
helpful:

1. Print to File using the printer QMS 820 v51.1. This printer was adviced
to work in some Latex newsgroups. Not every printer is working because in
eps there are several ps commands forbitten.

2. run program "ps2epsi". It procudes an preview bitmap and removes the
page information and adds the bounding box infos.

3. The output is not well, but resizing and rotation is functional. The
increase quality of the output add a linie of ps code to the epsi file:

106 45 {dup mul exch dup mul add 1.0 exch sub} setscreen

It should be placed behind the preample. It defines how the halftones are
calculated. I am not sure if this is somethink optimal or what the exact
meaning of each parameter is, but it works well for me. I found it in some
book.
It is enough to put it in the beginning of the exported ps file. 

I hope this informations are useful for someone. Also thank you for your
previous supplies... .

Andreas 


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TeX/LyX style for a C library handbook

1999-04-23 Thread Andreas Jahnen

Hi!

I'm looking for a TeX/LyX style for a C library handbook. This includes
descriptions of C functions, examples and tables, prototypes and parameter
lists - a typical description of the functions of a library.

I had been trying around for a while, but I haven't had any good ideas.

Thank you for your help,

Andreas


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Re: Problems with eps-graphics

1999-04-23 Thread Andreas Jahnen

Hi!
 
I solved my problem, but it was not easy...

The installation of the Adobe printer driver did not work. The resulting
postscript was looking mutch better, but it was not scaleable (rescaling)
any more.
I used the AdobePS 5.1 Printer for NT 4.0 with the Adobe Destiller printer
as PPA. I used "generate eps" also... . 

But I solved the problem, so that it is working for me. Here is a
discription how I integrate output from Windows NT into Lyx/Latex. I hope it is
helpful:

1. Print to File using the printer QMS 820 v51.1. This printer was adviced
to work in some Latex newsgroups. Not every printer is working because in
eps there are several ps commands forbitten.

2. run program "ps2epsi". It procudes an preview bitmap and removes the
page information and adds the bounding box infos.

3. The output is not well, but resizing and rotation is functional. The
increase quality of the output add a linie of ps code to the epsi file:

106 45 {dup mul exch dup mul add 1.0 exch sub} setscreen

It should be placed behind the preample. It defines how the halftones are
calculated. I am not sure if this is somethink optimal or what the exact
meaning of each parameter is, but it works well for me. I found it in some
book.
It is enough to put it in the beginning of the exported ps file. 

I hope this informations are useful for someone. Also thank you for your
previous supplies... .

Andreas 


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TeX/LyX style for a C library handbook

1999-04-23 Thread Andreas Jahnen

Hi!

I'm looking for a TeX/LyX style for a C library handbook. This includes
descriptions of C functions, examples and tables, prototypes and parameter
lists - a typical description of the functions of a library.

I had been trying around for a while, but I haven't had any good ideas.

Thank you for your help,

Andreas


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Re: Math set Symbols

1999-04-16 Thread Andreas Jahnen

Thank you for your help. But I think this symbols are not what I am
searching for. I have included a small grafic which shows the results.

I think the \Re (which is the first on the picture) is used to display
real part of complex numbers.
The second on the picture is only a outlined R.

I think for the moment, that it is a special font. I am going to try a new
font which I found on the following page:

http://www.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/TGI/mitarbeiter/wimis/kummer/ds_eng.html

this weekend. There it is stated that this font is for real number and so
on. But it is also possible (I am not a professional mathematical
typesetter) that I am wrong with my oppinion of the correct symbol... .

Any suggestions where to find the correct font? I saw also some documents, which
looked like that they used Latex. There had been the correct symbols. But
no source-code had been available.

Thanks for the help,
Andreas


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 Andreas Jahnen wrote:

 Hi!

 I am searching symbols for printing mathematical reel numbers (something
 like |R or |N).

 I found it in the ams fonts, but I don't know how to activate this and
 display the symbols . I have tryed to use Layout - Document - use
 AMS, but I don't know how to get the symbols .

 try mathmode

 $\Re$


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Re: Math set Symbols

1999-04-16 Thread Andreas Jahnen

Thank you for your help. But I think this symbols are not what I am
searching for. I have included a small grafic which shows the results.

I think the \Re (which is the first on the picture) is used to display
real part of complex numbers.
The second on the picture is only a outlined R.

I think for the moment, that it is a special font. I am going to try a new
font which I found on the following page:

http://www.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/TGI/mitarbeiter/wimis/kummer/ds_eng.html

this weekend. There it is stated that this font is for real number and so
on. But it is also possible (I am not a professional mathematical
typesetter) that I am wrong with my oppinion of the correct symbol... .

Any suggestions where to find the correct font? I saw also some documents, which
looked like that they used Latex. There had been the correct symbols. But
no source-code had been available.

Thanks for the help,
Andreas


---Reply to mail from Herbert about Math set Symbols

> Andreas Jahnen wrote:
>>
>> Hi!
>>
>> I am searching symbols for printing mathematical reel numbers (something
>> like |R or |N).
>>
>> I found it in the ams fonts, but I don't know how to activate this and
>> display the symbols . I have tryed to use Layout -> Document -> use
>> AMS, but I don't know how to get the symbols .
>
> try mathmode
>
> $\Re$
>
>
> Herbert
> --
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> http://www.canisius.de/
>

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