How to typeset units

2009-05-28 Thread Dan Phan
As far as I know, the proper way to typeset values and dimensions is to use
units package. When you want to write 1 mm, you use: \unit[1]{mm}.
In Lyx, if I select that expression and press Ctrl+M to convert it to a
formula, I works perfectly. But if I start math mode first by pressing
Ctrl+M and type \unit[... it does not seem to work.
Anyone has an idea how to do that?

Thanks
Dan


How to typeset units

2009-05-28 Thread Dan Phan
As far as I know, the proper way to typeset values and dimensions is to use
units package. When you want to write 1 mm, you use: \unit[1]{mm}.
In Lyx, if I select that expression and press Ctrl+M to convert it to a
formula, I works perfectly. But if I start math mode first by pressing
Ctrl+M and type \unit[... it does not seem to work.
Anyone has an idea how to do that?

Thanks
Dan


How to typeset units

2009-05-28 Thread Dan Phan
As far as I know, the proper way to typeset values and dimensions is to use
units package. When you want to write 1 mm, you use: \unit[1]{mm}.
In Lyx, if I select that expression and press Ctrl+M to convert it to a
formula, I works perfectly. But if I start math mode first by pressing
Ctrl+M and type \unit[... it does not seem to work.
Anyone has an idea how to do that?

Thanks
Dan


An extra space after hyperlinks in PDF

2009-05-25 Thread Dan Phan
I use hyperref to generate clickable links in PDFs file, but I got extra
spaces after many, but not all, of my links. That means an end of sentence
period or comma may end up in another line, which is very ugly.
Is this a Latex or LyX problem? How do I resolve it?

Thanks

Dan


An extra space after hyperlinks in PDF

2009-05-25 Thread Dan Phan
I use hyperref to generate clickable links in PDFs file, but I got extra
spaces after many, but not all, of my links. That means an end of sentence
period or comma may end up in another line, which is very ugly.
Is this a Latex or LyX problem? How do I resolve it?

Thanks

Dan


An extra space after hyperlinks in PDF

2009-05-25 Thread Dan Phan
I use hyperref to generate clickable links in PDFs file, but I got extra
spaces after many, but not all, of my links. That means an end of sentence
period or comma may end up in another line, which is very ugly.
Is this a Latex or LyX problem? How do I resolve it?

Thanks

Dan


Where is preferences file located?

2009-04-15 Thread Dan Phan
I am using Windows Vista. My LyX installation folder
is C:\Users\DAN\AppData\Local\LyX16\. Where is preferences file located?
Thank you guys
Dan


Re: Where is preferences file located?

2009-04-15 Thread Dan Phan
In the folder I couldn't find the file. I created it and add some settings
and it works.
Thanks

2009/4/15 Vincent van Ravesteijn v.f.vanraveste...@tudelft.nl

 Dan Phan schreef:

  I am using Windows Vista. My LyX installation folder
 is C:\Users\DAN\AppData\Local\LyX16\. Where is preferences file located?
 Thank you guys
 Dan



 C:\Users\DAN\AppData\Roaming\lyx or lyx16

 Vincent



Where is preferences file located?

2009-04-15 Thread Dan Phan
I am using Windows Vista. My LyX installation folder
is C:\Users\DAN\AppData\Local\LyX16\. Where is preferences file located?
Thank you guys
Dan


Re: Where is preferences file located?

2009-04-15 Thread Dan Phan
In the folder I couldn't find the file. I created it and add some settings
and it works.
Thanks

2009/4/15 Vincent van Ravesteijn v.f.vanraveste...@tudelft.nl

 Dan Phan schreef:

  I am using Windows Vista. My LyX installation folder
 is C:\Users\DAN\AppData\Local\LyX16\. Where is preferences file located?
 Thank you guys
 Dan



 C:\Users\DAN\AppData\Roaming\lyx or lyx16

 Vincent



Where is preferences file located?

2009-04-15 Thread Dan Phan
I am using Windows Vista. My LyX installation folder
is C:\Users\DAN\AppData\Local\LyX16\. Where is preferences file located?
Thank you guys
Dan


Re: Where is preferences file located?

2009-04-15 Thread Dan Phan
In the folder I couldn't find the file. I created it and add some settings
and it works.
Thanks

2009/4/15 Vincent van Ravesteijn <v.f.vanraveste...@tudelft.nl>

> Dan Phan schreef:
>
>  I am using Windows Vista. My LyX installation folder
>> is C:\Users\DAN\AppData\Local\LyX16\. Where is preferences file located?
>> Thank you guys
>> Dan
>>
>>
>>
> C:\Users\DAN\AppData\Roaming\lyx or lyx16
>
> Vincent
>