Placing an image in the sheet

2009-09-01 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: I'm working with the Book (Koma-script) class, ant I want to put an image just on the rigth side of the chapter title. Is possible? Regards Antonio

Placing an image in the sheet

2009-09-01 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: I'm working with the Book (Koma-script) class, ant I want to put an image just on the rigth side of the chapter title. Is possible? Regards Antonio

Placing an image in the sheet

2009-09-01 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: I'm working with the Book (Koma-script) class, ant I want to put an image just on the rigth side of the chapter title. Is possible? Regards Antonio

Re: About the position of footnotes and page numbers

2009-08-16 Thread Antonio Díaz
OK, I didn't uderstand how I can do that. I'm only interested in create a text with the footnotes a the side of the body, but it seem imposible. Anyone have done that? Is possible to do this with a command in the preamble? About the position of the page numbers, I've read the manual of fancyhdr,

Re: About the position of footnotes and page numbers

2009-08-16 Thread Antonio Díaz
OK, I didn't uderstand how I can do that. I'm only interested in create a text with the footnotes a the side of the body, but it seem imposible. Anyone have done that? Is possible to do this with a command in the preamble? About the position of the page numbers, I've read the manual of fancyhdr,

Re: About the position of footnotes and page numbers

2009-08-16 Thread Antonio Díaz
OK, I didn't uderstand how I can do that. I'm only interested in create a text with the footnotes a the side of the body, but it seem imposible. Anyone have done that? Is possible to do this with a command in the preamble? About the position of the page numbers, I've read the manual of fancyhdr,

Re: About the position of footnotes and page numbers

2009-08-14 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: *try defining some LaTeX command that looks like a footnote, but acts like a margin note. Very roughly: \newcounter{footmarg} \newcommand{\margfoot}[1]{\**refstepcounter{footmarg}\**marginpar{\arabic{footmarg}. #1}} Then, if you don't want footnotes at all: \let\footnote=\margfoot

Re: About the position of footnotes and page numbers

2009-08-14 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: *try defining some LaTeX command that looks like a footnote, but acts like a margin note. Very roughly: \newcounter{footmarg} \newcommand{\margfoot}[1]{\**refstepcounter{footmarg}\**marginpar{\arabic{footmarg}. #1}} Then, if you don't want footnotes at all: \let\footnote=\margfoot

Re: About the position of footnotes and page numbers

2009-08-14 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: *try defining some LaTeX command that looks like a footnote, but acts like a margin note. Very roughly: \newcounter{footmarg} \newcommand{\margfoot}[1]{\**refstepcounter{footmarg}\**marginpar{\arabic{footmarg}. #1}} Then, if you don't want footnotes at all: \let\footnote=\margfoot

About the position of footnotes and page numbers

2009-08-13 Thread Antonio Díaz
I'm writing and designing a text. The style is *Book Koma-script* First question: the text have a lot of footnotes, and I want it to appear on the side of the body of the text, as same as the margin notes. Is it possible? Second question: Is possible to change the position of the page numbers?

About the position of footnotes and page numbers

2009-08-13 Thread Antonio Díaz
I'm writing and designing a text. The style is *Book Koma-script* First question: the text have a lot of footnotes, and I want it to appear on the side of the body of the text, as same as the margin notes. Is it possible? Second question: Is possible to change the position of the page numbers?

About the position of footnotes and page numbers

2009-08-13 Thread Antonio Díaz
I'm writing and designing a text. The style is *Book Koma-script* First question: the text have a lot of footnotes, and I want it to appear on the side of the body of the text, as same as the margin notes. Is it possible? Second question: Is possible to change the position of the page numbers?

Re: Biblatex and filters

2009-07-22 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: First question: If I write: \defbibfilter{general}{\( \keyword{General} \) \and \type{electronic} \and \not \type{book}} It works fine, but if I write \defbibfilter{general}{\keyword{General} \and \not \type{electronic}} It includes the type electronic. I can use the first command,

Re: Biblatex and filters

2009-07-22 Thread Antonio Díaz
And if I use: \defbibfilter{general}{\( \keyword{General} \) \and \type{book} \and \not \type{electronic}} \defbibfilter{online}{\( \keyword{General} \) \and \not \type{book}} It works. It is because in the keyword general, I only have books and electronics, and in the second appears all that

Re: Biblatex and filters

2009-07-22 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: First question: If I write: \defbibfilter{general}{\( \keyword{General} \) \and \type{electronic} \and \not \type{book}} It works fine, but if I write \defbibfilter{general}{\keyword{General} \and \not \type{electronic}} It includes the type electronic. I can use the first command,

Re: Biblatex and filters

2009-07-22 Thread Antonio Díaz
And if I use: \defbibfilter{general}{\( \keyword{General} \) \and \type{book} \and \not \type{electronic}} \defbibfilter{online}{\( \keyword{General} \) \and \not \type{book}} It works. It is because in the keyword general, I only have books and electronics, and in the second appears all that

Re: Biblatex and filters

2009-07-22 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: First question: If I write: \defbibfilter{general}{\( \keyword{General} \) \and \type{electronic} \and \not \type{book}} It works fine, but if I write \defbibfilter{general}{\keyword{General} \and \not \type{electronic}} It includes the type electronic. I can use the first command,

Re: Biblatex and filters

2009-07-22 Thread Antonio Díaz
And if I use: \defbibfilter{general}{\( \keyword{General} \) \and \type{book} \and \not \type{electronic}} \defbibfilter{online}{\( \keyword{General} \) \and \not \type{book}} It works. It is because in the keyword general, I only have books and electronics, and in the second appears all that

Biblatex and filters

2009-07-21 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: I'm trying to define a filter for a bibliography, but I can't do it right. In the *Biblatex* manual, in *3.5.8 Bibliography filters*, appears this example: * **\defbibfilter{example}{% * *\( \type{book} \or \type{inbook} \) * *\and \keyword{abc} * *\and \not \keyword{xyz}} * And —I'm not

Biblatex and filters

2009-07-21 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: I'm trying to define a filter for a bibliography, but I can't do it right. In the *Biblatex* manual, in *3.5.8 Bibliography filters*, appears this example: * **\defbibfilter{example}{% * *\( \type{book} \or \type{inbook} \) * *\and \keyword{abc} * *\and \not \keyword{xyz}} * And —I'm not

Biblatex and filters

2009-07-21 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: I'm trying to define a filter for a bibliography, but I can't do it right. In the *Biblatex* manual, in *3.5.8 Bibliography filters*, appears this example: * **\defbibfilter{example}{% * *\( \type{book} \or \type{inbook} \) * *\and \keyword{abc} * *\and \not \keyword{xyz}} * And —I'm not

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi Jünger: Look at the preamble: you will have to adapt the paths in the \bibliography command to point to the locations of your *.bib files. In your original files, you used non-valid paths, which was probably the reason it did not work for you. OK, I've just correct the path to the

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Im sorry Jürgen, I send here the correct file… Text(2).lyx Description: Binary data

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi: What does kpsewhich Informe.bib and kpsewhich Informe2.bib on the command line reveal? /Users/monicreque/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib/Informe.bib /Users/monicreque/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib/Informe2.bib These are the places where I put the bib files. now if you run LyX from the console and try

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi Jürgen: Bibtexall is in /Users/monicreque/Library/texmf/bibtexall. If I do *which bibtexall* in the console, it says: * no bibtexall in /opt/local/bin /opt/local/sbin /bin /sbin /usr/bin /usr/sbin /usr/local/bin /usr/texbin* And if I do *bibtexall* says: * bibtexall: command not found *

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi Jürgen: Mmmm, OK. Now, when I make a *which bibtexall*, the terminal say /usr/local/bin/bibtexall. I think it isn't OK, because the warning persist. I've done a *sudo chmod 777 /usr/local/bin/bibtexall *to make it executable for all users, and texhash to make it locatable. Iv'e tried with

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Aaargh! I'm sorry. When I make *ordenador-de-monicreque:/Applications monicreque$ open Lyx.app * —I'm working in a mac— the terminal open the program. I open *Text(2).lyx*in LyX and try a pdflatex. But the console say nothing!

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
I think not. When I try it says this: * **ordenador-de-monicreque:/Applications monicreque$ Lyx* *-bash: Lyx: command not found* * regards *

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Yes, here is the output! *Last login: Mon Jul 20 16:18:52 on ttyp1 Welcome to Darwin! ordenador-de-monicreque:~ monicreque$ /Applications/LyX.app/Contents/MacOS/lyx bibtexall: running bibtex on Text(2) sh: -c: line 1: syntax error near unexpected token `(' sh: -c: line 1: `bibtex Text(2)'

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
What can I say… I works! only one question… In the bibilographies appears the works cited. ¿Is possible to make it to appear all the works contained in the .bib file? e.g. in the bibliography of the first chapter must appears all the works of the first file, independent of if they are cited or

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Some questions related: - When I want to use this system in the final text, composed by parts, chapters (they have the bibilographies), sections and subsections, Lyx gives an erorr in the output: *Use of \...@chapter doesn't match its definition. ...textmd{\footnotesize

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
/index.php?showtopic=295047st=0#entry2312847 Best regards Antonio Díaz

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi Jünger: Look at the preamble: you will have to adapt the paths in the \bibliography command to point to the locations of your *.bib files. In your original files, you used non-valid paths, which was probably the reason it did not work for you. OK, I've just correct the path to the

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Im sorry Jürgen, I send here the correct file… Text(2).lyx Description: Binary data

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi: What does kpsewhich Informe.bib and kpsewhich Informe2.bib on the command line reveal? /Users/monicreque/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib/Informe.bib /Users/monicreque/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib/Informe2.bib These are the places where I put the bib files. now if you run LyX from the console and try

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi Jürgen: Bibtexall is in /Users/monicreque/Library/texmf/bibtexall. If I do *which bibtexall* in the console, it says: * no bibtexall in /opt/local/bin /opt/local/sbin /bin /sbin /usr/bin /usr/sbin /usr/local/bin /usr/texbin* And if I do *bibtexall* says: * bibtexall: command not found *

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi Jürgen: Mmmm, OK. Now, when I make a *which bibtexall*, the terminal say /usr/local/bin/bibtexall. I think it isn't OK, because the warning persist. I've done a *sudo chmod 777 /usr/local/bin/bibtexall *to make it executable for all users, and texhash to make it locatable. Iv'e tried with

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Aaargh! I'm sorry. When I make *ordenador-de-monicreque:/Applications monicreque$ open Lyx.app * —I'm working in a mac— the terminal open the program. I open *Text(2).lyx*in LyX and try a pdflatex. But the console say nothing!

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
I think not. When I try it says this: * **ordenador-de-monicreque:/Applications monicreque$ Lyx* *-bash: Lyx: command not found* * regards *

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Yes, here is the output! *Last login: Mon Jul 20 16:18:52 on ttyp1 Welcome to Darwin! ordenador-de-monicreque:~ monicreque$ /Applications/LyX.app/Contents/MacOS/lyx bibtexall: running bibtex on Text(2) sh: -c: line 1: syntax error near unexpected token `(' sh: -c: line 1: `bibtex Text(2)'

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
What can I say… I works! only one question… In the bibilographies appears the works cited. ¿Is possible to make it to appear all the works contained in the .bib file? e.g. in the bibliography of the first chapter must appears all the works of the first file, independent of if they are cited or

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Some questions related: - When I want to use this system in the final text, composed by parts, chapters (they have the bibilographies), sections and subsections, Lyx gives an erorr in the output: *Use of \...@chapter doesn't match its definition. ...textmd{\footnotesize

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
/index.php?showtopic=295047st=0#entry2312847 Best regards Antonio Díaz

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi Jünger: "Look at the preamble: you will have to adapt the paths in the \bibliography command to point to the locations of your *.bib files. In your original files, you used non-valid paths, which was probably the reason it did not work for you." OK, I've just correct the path to the

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Im sorry Jürgen, I send here the correct file… Text(2).lyx Description: Binary data

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi: "What does "kpsewhich Informe.bib" and "kpsewhich Informe2.bib" on the command line reveal?" /Users/monicreque/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib/Informe.bib /Users/monicreque/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib/Informe2.bib These are the places where I put the bib files. "now if you run LyX from the console

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi Jürgen: Bibtexall is in /Users/monicreque/Library/texmf/bibtexall. If I do *which bibtexall* in the console, it says: * no bibtexall in /opt/local/bin /opt/local/sbin /bin /sbin /usr/bin /usr/sbin /usr/local/bin /usr/texbin* And if I do *bibtexall* says: * bibtexall: command not found *

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi Jürgen: Mmmm, OK. Now, when I make a *which bibtexall*, the terminal say /usr/local/bin/bibtexall. I think it isn't OK, because the warning persist. I've done a *sudo chmod 777 /usr/local/bin/bibtexall *to make it executable for all users, and texhash to make it locatable. Iv'e tried with

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Aaargh! I'm sorry. When I make *ordenador-de-monicreque:/Applications monicreque$ open Lyx.app * —I'm working in a mac— the terminal open the program. I open *Text(2).lyx*in LyX and try a pdflatex. But the console say nothing!

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
I think not. When I try it says this: * **ordenador-de-monicreque:/Applications monicreque$ Lyx* *-bash: Lyx: command not found* * regards *

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Yes, here is the output! *Last login: Mon Jul 20 16:18:52 on ttyp1 Welcome to Darwin! ordenador-de-monicreque:~ monicreque$ /Applications/LyX.app/Contents/MacOS/lyx bibtexall: running bibtex on Text(2) sh: -c: line 1: syntax error near unexpected token `(' sh: -c: line 1: `bibtex Text(2)'

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
What can I say… I works! only one question… In the bibilographies appears the works cited. ¿Is possible to make it to appear all the works contained in the .bib file? e.g. in the bibliography of the first chapter must appears all the works of the first file, independent of if they are cited or

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
Some questions related: - When I want to use this system in the final text, composed by parts, chapters (they have the bibilographies), sections and subsections, Lyx gives an erorr in the output: *Use of \...@chapter doesn't match its definition. ...textmd{\footnotesize

Re: One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-20 Thread Antonio Díaz
/index.php?showtopic=295047=0#entry2312847 Best regards Antonio Díaz

One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-19 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: I'm trying to create a text with diferent chapters, each chapter with a bibliography, and each bibliography with all the references of an .bib file. Some of the references of the .bib file are citted in the chapter, but anothers not. Anycase in the bibilography appears all the cites of

One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-19 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: I'm trying to create a text with diferent chapters, each chapter with a bibliography, and each bibliography with all the references of an .bib file. Some of the references of the .bib file are citted in the chapter, but anothers not. Anycase in the bibilography appears all the cites of

One bibliography each chapter with biblatex (verbose-trad2 style)

2009-07-19 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: I'm trying to create a text with diferent chapters, each chapter with a bibliography, and each bibliography with all the references of an .bib file. Some of the references of the .bib file are citted in the chapter, but anothers not. Anycase in the bibilography appears all the cites of

Biblatex and multiple bibliographies

2009-07-13 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: I'm writing a text about some artists i've working on. The structure is like a catalog, a lot of chapters, each one with an artist. I want one bibliography at the end of each chapter, but i'm using the bibliography stile verbose-trad2 of biblatex package, because I need to use Ibid. or

Biblatex and multiple bibliographies

2009-07-13 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: I'm writing a text about some artists i've working on. The structure is like a catalog, a lot of chapters, each one with an artist. I want one bibliography at the end of each chapter, but i'm using the bibliography stile verbose-trad2 of biblatex package, because I need to use Ibid. or

Biblatex and multiple bibliographies

2009-07-13 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi all: I'm writing a text about some artists i've working on. The structure is like a catalog, a lot of chapters, each one with an artist. I want one bibliography at the end of each chapter, but i'm using the bibliography stile verbose-trad2 of biblatex package, because I need to use "Ibid." or

Re: Installyng BibLatex in Mac

2009-05-29 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi, thank you for the response: On Mac, BibLaTeX should go in ~/Library/texmf/ (Make sure you put the biblatex.bst file in the bibtex/bst/ directory, and everything else in the tex/latex/ directory Ok, everything was where you say. Biblatex.module was in the ~/application

Re: Installyng BibLatex in Mac

2009-05-29 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi, thank you for the response: On Mac, BibLaTeX should go in ~/Library/texmf/ (Make sure you put the biblatex.bst file in the bibtex/bst/ directory, and everything else in the tex/latex/ directory Ok, everything was where you say. Biblatex.module was in the ~/application

Re: Installyng BibLatex in Mac

2009-05-29 Thread Antonio Díaz
Hi, thank you for the response: On Mac, BibLaTeX should go in ~/Library/texmf/ (Make sure you put the biblatex.bst file in the bibtex/bst/ directory, and everything else in the tex/latex/ directory Ok, everything was where you say. Biblatex.module was in the ~/application