Re: Auto-reload pdf files on Mac?

2011-02-02 Thread Daron Wilson
Greetings. I read something like the following in the Skim documentation, but I can't find where at the moment. It seems that reason you must always specify auto-(re)load the first time you update a PDF is so that you don't forget and override a previously compiled version of the document

Re: Auto-reload pdf files on Mac?

2011-02-02 Thread Daron Wilson
Greetings. I read something like the following in the Skim documentation, but I can't find where at the moment. It seems that reason you must always specify auto-(re)load the first time you update a PDF is so that you don't forget and override a previously compiled version of the document

Re: Auto-reload pdf files on Mac?

2011-02-02 Thread Daron Wilson
Greetings. I read something like the following in the Skim documentation, but I can't find where at the moment. It seems that reason you must always specify "auto-(re)load" the first time you update a PDF is so that you don't forget and override a previously compiled version of the document

Re: Lyx2 + latex-tufte -- recurring error on rendering to DVI

2011-01-25 Thread Daron Wilson
Hi Michael, I'm using LyX 2beta3 on OS X 10.6.6 with MacTeX also. I have compiled a document with the tufte class both to DVI and to PDF. This suggests that there is something specifically wrong with your file. It could be your installation, but if you used the full MacTeX, that seems

Re: Lyx2 + latex-tufte -- recurring error on rendering to DVI

2011-01-25 Thread Daron Wilson
Hi Michael, I'm using LyX 2beta3 on OS X 10.6.6 with MacTeX also. I have compiled a document with the tufte class both to DVI and to PDF. This suggests that there is something specifically wrong with your file. It could be your installation, but if you used the full MacTeX, that seems

Re: Lyx2 + latex-tufte -- recurring error on rendering to DVI

2011-01-25 Thread Daron Wilson
Hi Michael, I'm using LyX 2beta3 on OS X 10.6.6 with MacTeX also. I have compiled a document with the tufte class both to DVI and to PDF. This suggests that there is something specifically wrong with your file. It could be your installation, but if you used the full MacTeX, that seems

Re: LyX 2.0: Problems with Enumitem.module?

2011-01-03 Thread Daron Wilson
Günter, Thanks for clarifying, and for sending the patch. I have applied it, and everything seems to be working fine. Regards, Daron On 3 Jan 2011, at 18:01, Guenter Milde wrote: On 2011-01-02, Daron Wilson wrote: Also, I was not sure from your post if you considered the bold labels

Re: LyX 2.0: Problems with Enumitem.module?

2011-01-03 Thread Daron Wilson
Günter, Thanks for clarifying, and for sending the patch. I have applied it, and everything seems to be working fine. Regards, Daron On 3 Jan 2011, at 18:01, Guenter Milde wrote: On 2011-01-02, Daron Wilson wrote: Also, I was not sure from your post if you considered the bold labels

Re: LyX 2.0: Problems with Enumitem.module?

2011-01-03 Thread Daron Wilson
Günter, Thanks for clarifying, and for sending the patch. I have applied it, and everything seems to be working fine. Regards, Daron On 3 Jan 2011, at 18:01, Guenter Milde wrote: > On 2011-01-02, Daron Wilson wrote: > >> Also, I was not sure from your post if you conside

Re: LyX 2.0: Problems with Enumitem.module?

2011-01-01 Thread Daron Wilson
Peter, When I use a fresh install of LyX 2.0beta, with KOMA-script article and the enumitem module, I cannot reproduce the problem. The lists seem to appear as expected. The label is not indented and flush with the item text. With respect to the problem of indenting, I notice that in your

Re: LyX 2.0: Problems with Enumitem.module?

2011-01-01 Thread Daron Wilson
Peter, When I use a fresh install of LyX 2.0beta, with KOMA-script article and the enumitem module, I cannot reproduce the problem. The lists seem to appear as expected. The label is not indented and flush with the item text. With respect to the problem of indenting, I notice that in your

Re: LyX 2.0: Problems with Enumitem.module?

2011-01-01 Thread Daron Wilson
Peter, When I use a fresh install of LyX 2.0beta, with KOMA-script article and the enumitem module, I cannot reproduce the problem. The lists seem to appear as expected. The label is not indented and flush with the item text. With respect to the problem of indenting, I notice that in your

Re: Nice way to do inset text?

2010-12-28 Thread Daron Wilson
Tim,I'm not sure if it is what you want, but I've attached a LyX module that gives you a "ChangeMargin" inset in the dropdown menu with Chapter, Section, Quote, and other text environments. You can modify the module file to give you the lengths and labels as needed. Info on installing modules can

Re: Nice way to do inset text?

2010-12-28 Thread Daron Wilson
Tim,I'm not sure if it is what you want, but I've attached a LyX module that gives you a "ChangeMargin" inset in the dropdown menu with Chapter, Section, Quote, and other text environments. You can modify the module file to give you the lengths and labels as needed. Info on installing modules can

Re: Nice way to do inset text?

2010-12-28 Thread Daron Wilson
Tim,I'm not sure if it is what you want, but I've attached a LyX module that gives you a "ChangeMargin" inset in the dropdown menu with Chapter, Section, Quote, and other text environments.   You can modify the module file to give you the lengths and labels as needed.  Info on installing modules

Re: Lyx forgets document settings

2010-12-19 Thread Daron Wilson
Günther, I have had the same problem (on a Mac) with Beta2 , and I've tried several of the various save options. I posted earlier about the issue, (thread: System Font Issues), and at least one other person replied with the same problem. Michael Scheer started another thread and mentioned

Re: Lyx forgets document settings

2010-12-19 Thread Daron Wilson
Günther, I have had the same problem (on a Mac) with Beta2 , and I've tried several of the various save options. I posted earlier about the issue, (thread: System Font Issues), and at least one other person replied with the same problem. Michael Scheer started another thread and mentioned

Re: Lyx forgets document settings

2010-12-19 Thread Daron Wilson
Günther, I have had the same problem (on a Mac) with Beta2 , and I've tried several of the various save options. I posted earlier about the issue, (thread: System Font Issues), and at least one other person replied with the same problem. Michael Scheer started another thread and mentioned

System Font issues: XeTeX and LuaTeX

2010-12-15 Thread Daron Wilson
Greetings all, I am using LyX 2 beta 2, and I have been trying out the use of system fonts with XeTeX and LuaTeX. Whenever I chose the fonts I want, I click apply, and then ok. If I exit the document and then reopen, the sans serif font and the typewriter font are reset to default, and the

System Font issues: XeTeX and LuaTeX

2010-12-15 Thread Daron Wilson
Greetings all, I am using LyX 2 beta 2, and I have been trying out the use of system fonts with XeTeX and LuaTeX. Whenever I chose the fonts I want, I click apply, and then ok. If I exit the document and then reopen, the sans serif font and the typewriter font are reset to default, and the

System Font issues: XeTeX and LuaTeX

2010-12-15 Thread Daron Wilson
Greetings all, I am using LyX 2 beta 2, and I have been trying out the use of system fonts with XeTeX and LuaTeX. Whenever I chose the fonts I want, I click apply, and then ok. If I exit the document and then reopen, the sans serif font and the typewriter font are reset to default, and the

Re: How to change margins on LyX to Text exports?

2010-12-14 Thread Daron Wilson
Steve, All I have available at the moment is LyX 2beta2 for Mac, but in LyX--preferences---Output---General, I have an option Output line length ___. (the default is 65--close to what you estimated) This seems to do what you want, as I've been able use it to change the plain text output from

Re: How to change margins on LyX to Text exports?

2010-12-14 Thread Daron Wilson
Steve, All I have available at the moment is LyX 2beta2 for Mac, but in LyX--preferences---Output---General, I have an option Output line length ___. (the default is 65--close to what you estimated) This seems to do what you want, as I've been able use it to change the plain text output from

Re: How to change margins on LyX to Text exports?

2010-12-14 Thread Daron Wilson
Steve, All I have available at the moment is LyX 2beta2 for Mac, but in LyX-->preferences--->Output--->General, I have an option "Output line length ___". (the default is 65--close to what you estimated) This seems to do what you want, as I've been able use it to change the plain text output

Re: LyX Memoir endnotes have form of footnotes

2010-12-10 Thread Daron Wilson
George, I think I must have misunderstood just a bit what you were wanting with the \wide environment effect. Glad its working still. Daron On 9 Dec 2010, at 16:44, george legge wrote: Hi Daron and Stefano, Your shortened code for the pagenotes, Daron, works OK but I still need

Re: LyX Memoir endnotes have form of footnotes

2010-12-10 Thread Daron Wilson
George, I think I must have misunderstood just a bit what you were wanting with the \wide environment effect. Glad its working still. Daron On 9 Dec 2010, at 16:44, george legge wrote: Hi Daron and Stefano, Your shortened code for the pagenotes, Daron, works OK but I still need

Re: LyX Memoir endnotes have form of footnotes

2010-12-10 Thread Daron Wilson
George, I think I must have misunderstood just a bit what you were wanting with the \wide environment effect. Glad its working still. Daron On 9 Dec 2010, at 16:44, george legge wrote: > Hi Daron and Stefano, > > Your shortened code for the pagenotes, Daron, works OK but I still

Re: LyX Memoir endnotes have form of footnotes

2010-12-08 Thread Daron Wilson
. (and they won't appear in a T.O.C.). Thanks again -- you have been a great help. Cheers, George On Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 1:00 AM, Daron Wilson daron.wil...@gmail.com wrote: George, The LyX endnote module uses the LaTeX endnote package, and so it would require some LaTeX hacking to change

Re: LyX Memoir endnotes have form of footnotes

2010-12-08 Thread Daron Wilson
. (and they won't appear in a T.O.C.). Thanks again -- you have been a great help. Cheers, George On Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 1:00 AM, Daron Wilson daron.wil...@gmail.com wrote: George, The LyX endnote module uses the LaTeX endnote package, and so it would require some LaTeX hacking to change

Re: LyX Memoir endnotes have form of footnotes

2010-12-08 Thread Daron Wilson
gt; That allowed the endnotes to use the full width of text+notemargin. > > Incidentally, why the asterisk? > With or without the asterisk, the notes get printed with their numbers. (and > they won't appear in a T.O.C.). > > Thanks again -- you have been a great help. > > Che

Re: LyX Memoir endnotes have form of footnotes

2010-12-07 Thread Daron Wilson
George, The LyX endnote module uses the LaTeX endnote package, and so it would require some LaTeX hacking to change things much I think. Memoir has its own commands to put notes at the end(it calls them pagenotes so as not to conflict with the endnotes package). The memoir commands are not

Re: LyX Memoir endnotes have form of footnotes

2010-12-07 Thread Daron Wilson
George, The LyX endnote module uses the LaTeX endnote package, and so it would require some LaTeX hacking to change things much I think. Memoir has its own commands to put notes at the end(it calls them pagenotes so as not to conflict with the endnotes package). The memoir commands are not

Re: LyX Memoir endnotes have form of footnotes

2010-12-07 Thread Daron Wilson
George, The LyX endnote module uses the LaTeX endnote package, and so it would require some LaTeX hacking to change things much I think. Memoir has its own commands to put notes at the end(it calls them pagenotes so as not to conflict with the endnotes package). The memoir commands are not

Re: Bad font (follow-up question) [Solved]

2010-11-30 Thread Daron Wilson
Emil, I'm not sure if you're still wanting Helvetica, but what works for me is to open the document settings and go to the Fonts section The first drop-down selection list is where you set the default font family, i.e. the family that LyX should use as the basic family for the whole

Re: Bad font (follow-up question) [Solved]

2010-11-30 Thread Daron Wilson
Emil, I'm not sure if you're still wanting Helvetica, but what works for me is to open the document settings and go to the Fonts section The first drop-down selection list is where you set the default font family, i.e. the family that LyX should use as the basic family for the whole

Re: Bad font (follow-up question) [Solved]

2010-11-30 Thread Daron Wilson
Emil, I'm not sure if you're still wanting Helvetica, but what works for me is to open the document settings and go to the Fonts section The first drop-down selection list is where you set the default font family, i.e. the family that LyX should use as the basic family for the whole

Unicode help

2010-10-31 Thread Daron Wilson
Hi all. I've recently started using LyX, and I've downloaded the 2.0 alpha 6 version used with Mac OS X. I have only one issue so far, and that concerns the use of Unicode, in particular polytonic Greek (entered using the Polytonic Greek keyboard layout supplied by Apple). I'm relatively new

Unicode help

2010-10-31 Thread Daron Wilson
Hi all. I've recently started using LyX, and I've downloaded the 2.0 alpha 6 version used with Mac OS X. I have only one issue so far, and that concerns the use of Unicode, in particular polytonic Greek (entered using the Polytonic Greek keyboard layout supplied by Apple). I'm relatively new

Unicode help

2010-10-31 Thread Daron Wilson
Hi all. I've recently started using LyX, and I've downloaded the 2.0 alpha 6 version used with Mac OS X. I have only one issue so far, and that concerns the use of Unicode, in particular polytonic Greek (entered using the Polytonic Greek keyboard layout supplied by Apple). I'm relatively new