Re: Can't convert graphviz DOT format to PDF

2008-05-21 Thread John Pye
Hi Paul Paul A. Rubin wrote: John Pye wrote: If I make a DOT-PNG converter and use that, it works fine. So there is nothing wrong with LyX's ability to make some form of file conversion here. It fails when I attempt to configure a conversion from DOT to PDF. Works fine for me here

Re: Can't convert graphviz DOT format to PDF

2008-05-21 Thread John Pye
Paul A. Rubin wrote: John, John Pye wrote: Works fine for me here. Keep in mind that there are at least three PDF file formats defined within LyX, because different compilation methods (ps2pdf, pdflatex, dvipdfm) have different requirements. On my box those are designated pdf, pdf2

Re: Can't convert graphviz DOT format to PDF

2008-05-21 Thread John Pye
Hi Paul Paul A. Rubin wrote: John Pye wrote: If I make a DOT-PNG converter and use that, it works fine. So there is nothing wrong with LyX's ability to make some form of file conversion here. It fails when I attempt to configure a conversion from DOT to PDF. Works fine for me here

Re: Can't convert graphviz DOT format to PDF

2008-05-21 Thread John Pye
Paul A. Rubin wrote: John, John Pye wrote: Works fine for me here. Keep in mind that there are at least three PDF file formats defined within LyX, because different compilation methods (ps2pdf, pdflatex, dvipdfm) have different requirements. On my box those are designated pdf, pdf2

Re: Can't convert graphviz DOT format to PDF

2008-05-21 Thread John Pye
Hi Paul Paul A. Rubin wrote: > John Pye wrote: > >> >> If I make a DOT->PNG converter and use that, it works fine. So there >> is nothing wrong with LyX's ability to make some form of file >> conversion here. It fails when I attempt to configure a conversion >

Re: Can't convert graphviz DOT format to PDF

2008-05-21 Thread John Pye
Paul A. Rubin wrote: > John, > > John Pye wrote: >>> Works fine for me here. Keep in mind that there are at least three >>> PDF file formats defined within LyX, because different compilation >>> methods (ps2pdf, pdflatex, dvipdfm) have different requirements.

Can't convert graphviz DOT format to PDF

2008-05-20 Thread John Pye
Hi all I have a simple problem with setting up converters in LyX. I want to be able to embed Graphviz DOT files (http://www.graphviz.org) into my LyX document. I have added the DOT file type via the preferences, and I have added a DOT-PDF (pdflatex) file format converter as well, and then I

Re: Can't convert graphviz DOT format to PDF

2008-05-20 Thread John Pye
Hi Konrad, Konrad Hofbauer wrote: John Pye wrote: I have a simple problem with setting up converters in LyX. I want to be able to embed Graphviz DOT files (http://www.graphviz.org) into my LyX document. I have added the DOT file type via the preferences, and I have added a DOT-PDF (pdflatex

Re: Can't convert graphviz DOT format to PDF

2008-05-20 Thread John Pye
Konrad Hofbauer wrote: John Pye wrote: HOWEVER, it doesn't fix the problem. When I switch DOT to a vector format, I get a blank two page document, with page numbers but nothing else, instead of the expected PDF with one page and diagram. Could it be that now the actual DOT-PDF conversion

Can't convert graphviz DOT format to PDF

2008-05-20 Thread John Pye
Hi all I have a simple problem with setting up converters in LyX. I want to be able to embed Graphviz DOT files (http://www.graphviz.org) into my LyX document. I have added the DOT file type via the preferences, and I have added a DOT-PDF (pdflatex) file format converter as well, and then I

Re: Can't convert graphviz DOT format to PDF

2008-05-20 Thread John Pye
Hi Konrad, Konrad Hofbauer wrote: John Pye wrote: I have a simple problem with setting up converters in LyX. I want to be able to embed Graphviz DOT files (http://www.graphviz.org) into my LyX document. I have added the DOT file type via the preferences, and I have added a DOT-PDF (pdflatex

Re: Can't convert graphviz DOT format to PDF

2008-05-20 Thread John Pye
Konrad Hofbauer wrote: John Pye wrote: HOWEVER, it doesn't fix the problem. When I switch DOT to a vector format, I get a blank two page document, with page numbers but nothing else, instead of the expected PDF with one page and diagram. Could it be that now the actual DOT-PDF conversion

Can't convert graphviz DOT format to PDF

2008-05-20 Thread John Pye
Hi all I have a simple problem with setting up converters in LyX. I want to be able to embed Graphviz DOT files (http://www.graphviz.org) into my LyX document. I have added the DOT file type via the preferences, and I have added a DOT->PDF (pdflatex) file format converter as well, and then I

Re: Can't convert graphviz DOT format to PDF

2008-05-20 Thread John Pye
Hi Konrad, Konrad Hofbauer wrote: John Pye wrote: I have a simple problem with setting up converters in LyX. I want to be able to embed Graphviz DOT files (http://www.graphviz.org) into my LyX document. I have added the DOT file type via the preferences, and I have added a DOT->

Re: Can't convert graphviz DOT format to PDF

2008-05-20 Thread John Pye
Konrad Hofbauer wrote: John Pye wrote: HOWEVER, it doesn't fix the problem. When I switch DOT to a vector format, I get a blank two page document, with page numbers but nothing else, instead of the expected PDF with one page and diagram. Could it be that now the actual DOT->PDF convers

Re: Version Control

2008-02-20 Thread John Pye
Abdelrazak Younes wrote: James Mansion wrote: Is it possible to get LyX to use my Subversion system for version control? If you mean the old RCS support then no (which we should probably ditch). But the LyX format is perfectly diff-able as it is a plain text format and that is all you need

Re: Version Control

2008-02-20 Thread John Pye
Abdelrazak Younes wrote: James Mansion wrote: Is it possible to get LyX to use my Subversion system for version control? If you mean the old RCS support then no (which we should probably ditch). But the LyX format is perfectly diff-able as it is a plain text format and that is all you need

Re: Version Control

2008-02-20 Thread John Pye
Abdelrazak Younes wrote: > James Mansion wrote: >> Is it possible to get LyX to use my Subversion system for version >> control? > > If you mean the old RCS support then no (which we should probably > ditch). But the LyX format is perfectly diff-able as it is a plain > text format and that is all

Re: Compare Changes/Differences between LyX Documents

2008-01-23 Thread John Pye
Bo Peng wrote: On Jan 22, 2008 1:44 PM, Juergen Spitzmueller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ken wrote: Is there an easy way to compare the changes or differences between two LyX documents? http://www.cs.bgu.ac.il/~dekelts/ldiff/ Quite interesting, do you see any hope of

Re: Compare Changes/Differences between LyX Documents

2008-01-23 Thread John Pye
Bo Peng wrote: On Jan 22, 2008 1:44 PM, Juergen Spitzmueller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ken wrote: Is there an easy way to compare the changes or differences between two LyX documents? http://www.cs.bgu.ac.il/~dekelts/ldiff/ Quite interesting, do you see any hope of

Re: Compare Changes/Differences between LyX Documents

2008-01-23 Thread John Pye
Bo Peng wrote: > On Jan 22, 2008 1:44 PM, Juergen Spitzmueller <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > >> Ken wrote: >> >> >>> Is there an easy way to compare the changes or differences between two >>> LyX documents? >>> >> http://www.cs.bgu.ac.il/~dekelts/ldiff/ >> > > Quite interesting,

Missing Greek letters in equations on Ubuntu

2007-08-12 Thread John Pye
' package, meaning that you don't get it by default. Without this package your greek letters will show up as red text 'mu' or 'Delta' instead of as blue greek letters. Hope that helps someone. Cheers JP PS: bug link is https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lyx/+bug/68971 -- John Pye

Missing Greek letters in equations on Ubuntu

2007-08-12 Thread John Pye
' package, meaning that you don't get it by default. Without this package your greek letters will show up as red text 'mu' or 'Delta' instead of as blue greek letters. Hope that helps someone. Cheers JP PS: bug link is https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lyx/+bug/68971 -- John Pye

Missing Greek letters in equations on Ubuntu

2007-08-12 Thread John Pye
' package, meaning that you don't get it by default. Without this package your greek letters will show up as red text 'mu' or 'Delta' instead of as blue greek letters. Hope that helps someone. Cheers JP PS: bug link is https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lyx/+bug/68971 -- John Pye

Tables and figures going in different directions with 'rotate sideways'

2007-06-16 Thread John Pye
Hi all I have a number of large figures in my document that are placed in floats with the 'rotate sideways' option selected via the GUI (LyX 1.4.4. on FC6). The problem is that on left pages, the figures are rotated so that the bottom of the figure (and its caption) is on the left, but on the

Tables and figures going in different directions with 'rotate sideways'

2007-06-16 Thread John Pye
Hi all I have a number of large figures in my document that are placed in floats with the 'rotate sideways' option selected via the GUI (LyX 1.4.4. on FC6). The problem is that on left pages, the figures are rotated so that the bottom of the figure (and its caption) is on the left, but on the

Tables and figures going in different directions with 'rotate sideways'

2007-06-16 Thread John Pye
Hi all I have a number of large figures in my document that are placed in floats with the 'rotate sideways' option selected via the GUI (LyX 1.4.4. on FC6). The problem is that on left pages, the figures are rotated so that the bottom of the figure (and its caption) is on the left, but on the

Re: Fully contained lyx + miktex distribution!

2007-05-22 Thread John Pye
These issues relating to single-file installers just keep coming up repeatedly across different unix/linux originated projects that are being ported to Windows. Off the top of my head: GIMP, Inkscape, MinGW, LyX,GAIM, K-3D, and scipy. The problem is that each project tackles the problem in

Re: Fully contained lyx + miktex distribution!

2007-05-22 Thread John Pye
These issues relating to single-file installers just keep coming up repeatedly across different unix/linux originated projects that are being ported to Windows. Off the top of my head: GIMP, Inkscape, MinGW, LyX,GAIM, K-3D, and scipy. The problem is that each project tackles the problem in

Re: Fully contained lyx + miktex distribution!

2007-05-22 Thread John Pye
These issues relating to single-file installers just keep coming up repeatedly across different unix/linux originated projects that are being ported to Windows. Off the top of my head: GIMP, Inkscape, MinGW, LyX,GAIM, K-3D, and scipy. The problem is that each project tackles the problem in

texvc lyx

2007-05-20 Thread John Pye
Hi all I just wanted to pass this on in case noone knew. Mediawiki, the software behind Wikipedia, comes with a little program called 'texvc' that just might be of some use in LyX. This program AFAICT includes a latex math parser and can give useful feedback about syntax errors. It also deals

texvc lyx

2007-05-20 Thread John Pye
Hi all I just wanted to pass this on in case noone knew. Mediawiki, the software behind Wikipedia, comes with a little program called 'texvc' that just might be of some use in LyX. This program AFAICT includes a latex math parser and can give useful feedback about syntax errors. It also deals

texvc & lyx

2007-05-20 Thread John Pye
Hi all I just wanted to pass this on in case noone knew. Mediawiki, the software behind Wikipedia, comes with a little program called 'texvc' that just might be of some use in LyX. This program AFAICT includes a latex math parser and can give useful feedback about syntax errors. It also deals

'Algorithm' float in a multiple-file document

2007-05-19 Thread John Pye
}]{\{}{\}}, } \lstnewenvironment{ascend} {\lstset{basicstyle=\ttfamily\small, keywordstyle=\color{darkred}}} {} --8- -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia http://pye.dyndns.org/

'Algorithm' float in a multiple-file document

2007-05-19 Thread John Pye
}]{\{}{\}}, } \lstnewenvironment{ascend} {\lstset{basicstyle=\ttfamily\small, keywordstyle=\color{darkred}}} {} --8- -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia http://pye.dyndns.org/

'Algorithm' float in a multiple-file document

2007-05-19 Thread John Pye
][\color{darkgreen}]{\{}{\}}, } \lstnewenvironment{ascend} {\lstset{basicstyle=\ttfamily\small, keywordstyle=\color{darkred}}} {} --8<- -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia http://pye.dyndns.org/

downsampling in pdflatex output?

2007-05-04 Thread John Pye
Hi all I would like to know if there's a way I can easily downsample (or 'degrade') images in my LyX document when creating output using pdflatex. I have a mix of PNGs, PDFs, EPS and JPG in my document, but my PDF file is starting to become large and I'm sure there must be some too-high

Re: Multiple document cross-reference problems?

2007-05-04 Thread John Pye
your PDF by calling pdflatex on the master document. Then, if you really want to split the resulting sngle document back into separate PDFs, use 'pdftk' as a post-processing step. Cheers JP -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney

Re: downsampling in pdflatex output?

2007-05-04 Thread John Pye
Helge Hafting wrote: John Pye wrote: Hi all I would like to know if there's a way I can easily downsample (or 'degrade') images in my LyX document when creating output using pdflatex. I have a mix of PNGs, PDFs, EPS and JPG in my document, but my PDF file is starting to become large and I'm

downsampling in pdflatex output?

2007-05-04 Thread John Pye
Hi all I would like to know if there's a way I can easily downsample (or 'degrade') images in my LyX document when creating output using pdflatex. I have a mix of PNGs, PDFs, EPS and JPG in my document, but my PDF file is starting to become large and I'm sure there must be some too-high

Re: Multiple document cross-reference problems?

2007-05-04 Thread John Pye
your PDF by calling pdflatex on the master document. Then, if you really want to split the resulting sngle document back into separate PDFs, use 'pdftk' as a post-processing step. Cheers JP -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney

Re: downsampling in pdflatex output?

2007-05-04 Thread John Pye
Helge Hafting wrote: John Pye wrote: Hi all I would like to know if there's a way I can easily downsample (or 'degrade') images in my LyX document when creating output using pdflatex. I have a mix of PNGs, PDFs, EPS and JPG in my document, but my PDF file is starting to become large and I'm

downsampling in pdflatex output?

2007-05-04 Thread John Pye
Hi all I would like to know if there's a way I can easily downsample (or 'degrade') images in my LyX document when creating output using pdflatex. I have a mix of PNGs, PDFs, EPS and JPG in my document, but my PDF file is starting to become large and I'm sure there must be some too-high

Re: Multiple document cross-reference problems?

2007-05-04 Thread John Pye
t, as Helge suggested, you create a master document that contains 'Input' tags for the two subdocuments. Then create your PDF by calling pdflatex on the master document. Then, if you really want to split the resulting sngle document back into separate PDFs, use 'pdftk' as a post-processing step.

Re: downsampling in pdflatex output?

2007-05-04 Thread John Pye
Helge Hafting wrote: > John Pye wrote: >> Hi all >> >> I would like to know if there's a way I can easily downsample (or >> 'degrade') images in my LyX document when creating output using >> pdflatex. I have a mix of PNGs, PDFs, EPS and JPG in my document, but my

Re: Citing websites?

2007-04-05 Thread John Pye
work with my current tools like Jabref etc, or is it a whole separate thing? Cheers JP -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia http://pye.dyndns.org/

Re: Citing websites?

2007-04-05 Thread John Pye
work with my current tools like Jabref etc, or is it a whole separate thing? Cheers JP -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia http://pye.dyndns.org/

Re: Citing websites?

2007-04-05 Thread John Pye
ndle this much better. Will BibLaTex work with my current tools like Jabref etc, or is it a whole separate thing? Cheers JP -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia http://pye.dyndns.org/

Citing websites?

2007-04-04 Thread John Pye
to work it out so far, and I don't know if it's a lack in Jabref or LyX or what. Cheers JP -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia http://pye.dyndns.org/

Citing websites?

2007-04-04 Thread John Pye
to work it out so far, and I don't know if it's a lack in Jabref or LyX or what. Cheers JP -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia http://pye.dyndns.org/

Citing websites?

2007-04-04 Thread John Pye
to work it out so far, and I don't know if it's a lack in Jabref or LyX or what. Cheers JP -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia http://pye.dyndns.org/

Re: Bounding box on OpenOffice PDFs

2007-03-31 Thread John Pye
. I can send a sample file if you wish. JP Paul Smith wrote: On 3/31/07, John Pye [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all Any time I export a 'Draw' page from OpenOffice as a PDF, and then try to import it with LyX, LyX fails to correctly find the Bounding Box. If I open the PDF with Evince it shows

Re: Bounding box on OpenOffice PDFs

2007-03-31 Thread John Pye
. I can send a sample file if you wish. JP Paul Smith wrote: On 3/31/07, John Pye [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all Any time I export a 'Draw' page from OpenOffice as a PDF, and then try to import it with LyX, LyX fails to correctly find the Bounding Box. If I open the PDF with Evince it shows

Re: Bounding box on OpenOffice PDFs

2007-03-31 Thread John Pye
. I can send a sample file if you wish. JP Paul Smith wrote: > On 3/31/07, John Pye <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >> Hi all >> >> Any time I export a 'Draw' page from OpenOffice as a PDF, and then try >> to import it with LyX, LyX fails to correctly find the Boun

Bounding box on OpenOffice PDFs

2007-03-30 Thread John Pye
? Have other people seen this? I'm using LyX 1.4.3 on Ubuntu 6.10. FWIW I saw this thread and it seems it might also be a problem with 1.4.4. http://www.mail-archive.com/lyx-users@lists.lyx.org/msg54249.html Cheers JP -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University

Bounding box on OpenOffice PDFs

2007-03-30 Thread John Pye
? Have other people seen this? I'm using LyX 1.4.3 on Ubuntu 6.10. FWIW I saw this thread and it seems it might also be a problem with 1.4.4. http://www.mail-archive.com/lyx-users@lists.lyx.org/msg54249.html Cheers JP -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University

Bounding box on OpenOffice PDFs

2007-03-30 Thread John Pye
? Have other people seen this? I'm using LyX 1.4.3 on Ubuntu 6.10. FWIW I saw this thread and it seems it might also be a problem with 1.4.4. http://www.mail-archive.com/lyx-users@lists.lyx.org/msg54249.html Cheers JP -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University

Re: Embedding highlighed external source code files in a LyX document

2007-03-29 Thread John Pye
Gunnar Lindholm wrote: I know that this has 'been done' but I'm not sure how to go about it myself. I would like to link to an external source code file and 'pull it in' to my compiled document when I use pdflatex. I would like to apply source code highlighting, although that's not essential

Re: Embedding highlighed external source code files in a LyX document

2007-03-29 Thread John Pye
Hi Daniel Where and how do I get this 'listings' package? I looked on the LyX homepage and on the Wiki but couldn't find it. The 'highlight' approach from Gunnar Lindholm is quite separate though, right -- no connection at all? Cheers JP Daniel Lohmann wrote: John Pye wrote: Hi all I

Re: Embedding highlighed external source code files in a LyX document

2007-03-29 Thread John Pye
Do both of these approaches work OK with producing sane-looking HTML as well as PDFs? Are then any examples of output from your 'highlight' approach, Gunnar? Cheers JP Gunnar Lindholm wrote: I know that this has 'been done' but I'm not sure how to go about it myself. I would like to link to

Re: Embedding highlighed external source code files in a LyX document

2007-03-29 Thread John Pye
Gunnar Lindholm wrote: I know that this has 'been done' but I'm not sure how to go about it myself. I would like to link to an external source code file and 'pull it in' to my compiled document when I use pdflatex. I would like to apply source code highlighting, although that's not essential

Re: Embedding highlighed external source code files in a LyX document

2007-03-29 Thread John Pye
Hi Daniel Where and how do I get this 'listings' package? I looked on the LyX homepage and on the Wiki but couldn't find it. The 'highlight' approach from Gunnar Lindholm is quite separate though, right -- no connection at all? Cheers JP Daniel Lohmann wrote: John Pye wrote: Hi all I

Re: Embedding highlighed external source code files in a LyX document

2007-03-29 Thread John Pye
Do both of these approaches work OK with producing sane-looking HTML as well as PDFs? Are then any examples of output from your 'highlight' approach, Gunnar? Cheers JP Gunnar Lindholm wrote: I know that this has 'been done' but I'm not sure how to go about it myself. I would like to link to

Re: Embedding highlighed external source code files in a LyX document

2007-03-29 Thread John Pye
Gunnar Lindholm wrote: >> I know that this has 'been done' but I'm not sure how to go about it >> myself. I would like to link to an external source code file and 'pull >> it in' to my compiled document when I use pdflatex. I would like to >> apply source code highlighting, although that's not

Re: Embedding highlighed external source code files in a LyX document

2007-03-29 Thread John Pye
Hi Daniel Where and how do I get this 'listings' package? I looked on the LyX homepage and on the Wiki but couldn't find it. The 'highlight' approach from Gunnar Lindholm is quite separate though, right -- no connection at all? Cheers JP Daniel Lohmann wrote: > John Pye wrote: > >

Re: Embedding highlighed external source code files in a LyX document

2007-03-29 Thread John Pye
Do both of these approaches work OK with producing sane-looking HTML as well as PDFs? Are then any examples of output from your 'highlight' approach, Gunnar? Cheers JP Gunnar Lindholm wrote: >> I know that this has 'been done' but I'm not sure how to go about it >> myself. I would like to link

Embedding highlighed external source code files in a LyX document

2007-03-28 Thread John Pye
using is not one that is supported by any of the tools). I worked out how to import external code, but not how to maintain a link. Do I need to use ERT? Can LyX be set to use 'highlight' on-the-fly as for graphics formats, or must I prepare the latex by hand? Cheers JP -- John Pye Department

Embedding highlighed external source code files in a LyX document

2007-03-28 Thread John Pye
using is not one that is supported by any of the tools). I worked out how to import external code, but not how to maintain a link. Do I need to use ERT? Can LyX be set to use 'highlight' on-the-fly as for graphics formats, or must I prepare the latex by hand? Cheers JP -- John Pye Department

Embedding highlighed external source code files in a LyX document

2007-03-28 Thread John Pye
using is not one that is supported by any of the tools). I worked out how to import external code, but not how to maintain a link. Do I need to use ERT? Can LyX be set to use 'highlight' on-the-fly as for graphics formats, or must I prepare the latex by hand? Cheers JP -- John Pye Department

Re: degree symbol in lyx on ubuntu with the Compose key

2007-03-16 Thread John Pye
Hi Ignacio You are right -- thanks! (The sequence Compose o o worked for me; the other one didn't -- I don't have an AltGr key). But any thoughts on why this compose sequence is different from that required in GNOME programs like gnome-terminal and gedit, etc? If I have to learn different

Re: degree symbol in lyx on ubuntu with the Compose key

2007-03-16 Thread John Pye
Hi Ignacio You are right -- thanks! (The sequence Compose o o worked for me; the other one didn't -- I don't have an AltGr key). But any thoughts on why this compose sequence is different from that required in GNOME programs like gnome-terminal and gedit, etc? If I have to learn different

Re: degree symbol in lyx on ubuntu with the Compose key

2007-03-16 Thread John Pye
Hi Ignacio You are right -- thanks! (The sequence Compose o o worked for me; the other one didn't -- I don't have an AltGr key). But any thoughts on why this compose sequence is different from that required in GNOME programs like gnome-terminal and gedit, etc? If I have to learn different

Re: degree symbol in lyx on ubuntu with the Compose key

2007-03-09 Thread John Pye
Helge Hafting wrote: Are you sure you're getting a degree symbol and not a zero exponent? Those two are different - degree is a perfect circle while the zero exponent is a tiny 0. When I type ^0 I get a zero exponent: ⁰ Typing ALT 0 (in an xterm) gives me the degree: ° The degree symbol

Re: degree symbol in lyx on ubuntu with the Compose key

2007-03-09 Thread John Pye
Helge Hafting wrote: Are you sure you're getting a degree symbol and not a zero exponent? Those two are different - degree is a perfect circle while the zero exponent is a tiny 0. When I type ^0 I get a zero exponent: ⁰ Typing ALT 0 (in an xterm) gives me the degree: ° The degree symbol

Re: degree symbol in lyx on ubuntu with the Compose key

2007-03-09 Thread John Pye
Helge Hafting wrote: > Are you sure you're getting a degree symbol and not a zero exponent? > Those two are different - degree is a perfect circle while the zero > exponent > is a tiny "0". > > When I type ^0 I get a zero exponent: ⁰ > Typing ALT 0 (in an xterm) gives me the degree: ° > > The

Re: degree symbol in lyx on ubuntu with the Compose key

2007-03-08 Thread John Pye
Hi Michael, I'm still trying to work out what's stopping my degree symbol from showing up.. Michael Wojcik wrote: You could probably suppress that by filtering the LyX output through something to strip out the control characters. For example: lyx -dbg key 21 | tr -dc '[:print:]\n' That

Re: degree symbol in lyx on ubuntu with the Compose key

2007-03-08 Thread John Pye
Hi Michael, I'm still trying to work out what's stopping my degree symbol from showing up.. Michael Wojcik wrote: You could probably suppress that by filtering the LyX output through something to strip out the control characters. For example: lyx -dbg key 21 | tr -dc '[:print:]\n' That

Re: degree symbol in lyx on ubuntu with the Compose key

2007-03-08 Thread John Pye
Hi Michael, I'm still trying to work out what's stopping my degree symbol from showing up.. Michael Wojcik wrote: > You could probably suppress that by filtering the LyX output through > something to strip out the control characters. For example: > > lyx -dbg key 2>&1 | tr -dc '[:print:]\n' > >

Re: degree symbol in lyx on ubuntu with the Compose key

2007-03-07 Thread John Pye
␤␊ ␍⎺␌┤└␊┼├ ┼␊┬°␋┌␊1.┌≤│ ␤▒⎽ ┤┼⎽▒┴␊␍ ␌␤▒┼±␊⎽. D⎺ ≤⎺┤ ┬▒┼├ ├⎺ ⎽▒┴␊ ├␤␊ ␍⎺␌┤└␊┼├ ⎺⎼ ␍␋⎽␌▒⎼␍ ├␤␊ ␌␤▒┼±␊⎽? A⎽⎽┤└␋┼± ▒┼⎽┬␊⎼ ␋⎽ S▒┴␊ D␋⎽␌▒⎼␍ C▒┼␌␊┌ [EMAIL PROTECTED]:·$ Michael Wojcik wrote: John Pye wrote: Under Ubuntu, one can use the Keyboard preferences to set up a 'Compose' key (I chose 'right ALT

Re: degree symbol in lyx on ubuntu with the Compose key

2007-03-07 Thread John Pye
␤␊ ␍⎺␌┤└␊┼├ ┼␊┬°␋┌␊1.┌≤│ ␤▒⎽ ┤┼⎽▒┴␊␍ ␌␤▒┼±␊⎽. D⎺ ≤⎺┤ ┬▒┼├ ├⎺ ⎽▒┴␊ ├␤␊ ␍⎺␌┤└␊┼├ ⎺⎼ ␍␋⎽␌▒⎼␍ ├␤␊ ␌␤▒┼±␊⎽? A⎽⎽┤└␋┼± ▒┼⎽┬␊⎼ ␋⎽ S▒┴␊ D␋⎽␌▒⎼␍ C▒┼␌␊┌ [EMAIL PROTECTED]:·$ Michael Wojcik wrote: John Pye wrote: Under Ubuntu, one can use the Keyboard preferences to set up a 'Compose' key (I chose 'right ALT

Re: degree symbol in lyx on ubuntu with the Compose key

2007-03-07 Thread John Pye
°⎺⎼ ┐␊≤ 0 ␋⎽P⎼␋┼├ ␋⎽ 1 ␋⎽T␊│├() ␋⎽ ├⎼┤␊, ␋┼⎽␊⎼├␋┼±. S▒┴␊ ␌␤▒┼±␊␍ ␍⎺␌┤└␊┼├? T␤␊ ␍⎺␌┤└␊┼├ ┼␊┬°␋┌␊1.┌≤│ ␤▒⎽ ┤┼⎽▒┴␊␍ ␌␤▒┼±␊⎽. D⎺ ≤⎺┤ ┬▒┼├ ├⎺ ⎽▒┴␊ ├␤␊ ␍⎺␌┤└␊┼├ ⎺⎼ ␍␋⎽␌▒⎼␍ ├␤␊ ␌␤▒┼±␊⎽? A⎽⎽┤└␋┼± ▒┼⎽┬␊⎼ ␋⎽ ▒┴␊ ␋⎽␌▒⎼␍ ▒┼␌␊┌ [EMAIL PROTECTED]:·$ Michael Wojcik wrote: > John Pye wrote: >> >> Un

degree symbol in lyx on ubuntu with the Compose key

2007-03-05 Thread John Pye
. This is ubuntu 6.10 running standard deb package LyX 1.4.3. Has anyone using Ubuntu been able to make this work correctly? Cheers JP -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia http://pye.dyndns.org/

degree symbol in lyx on ubuntu with the Compose key

2007-03-05 Thread John Pye
. This is ubuntu 6.10 running standard deb package LyX 1.4.3. Has anyone using Ubuntu been able to make this work correctly? Cheers JP -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia http://pye.dyndns.org/

degree symbol in lyx on ubuntu with the Compose key

2007-03-05 Thread John Pye
. This is ubuntu 6.10 running standard deb package LyX 1.4.3. Has anyone using Ubuntu been able to make this work correctly? Cheers JP -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia http://pye.dyndns.org/

Re: 'subfigure' package on windows

2006-08-22 Thread John Pye
-- a file that I already have. Cheers JP TechTonics wrote: John Pye wrote: Hi Stephen Surely there's a better way, right? Is there not like an index file or something like that that I need to put into the local folder to make Miktex happy? I guess this is a question for the Miktex list

Re: 'subfigure' package on windows

2006-08-22 Thread John Pye
-- a file that I already have. Cheers JP TechTonics wrote: John Pye wrote: Hi Stephen Surely there's a better way, right? Is there not like an index file or something like that that I need to put into the local folder to make Miktex happy? I guess this is a question for the Miktex list

Re: 'subfigure' package on windows

2006-08-22 Thread John Pye
r this one file -- a file that I already have. Cheers JP TechTonics wrote: > John Pye wrote: >> Hi Stephen >> >> Surely there's a better way, right? Is there not like an index file or >> something like that that I need to put into the local folder to make >&g

'subfigure' package on windows

2006-08-18 Thread John Pye
point MikTex at this folder, it says that the folder does not seem to be a local package repository. What's the right way to get around this, does anyone know? Cheers JP -- John Pye School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering The University of New South Wales Sydney NSW 2052 Australia t

syntax highlighting for inline source code

2006-08-18 Thread John Pye
-simon.de/index.html This would be a bit like using the 'conversion filters' used for graphics, but it would need to apply somehow to text. I'd be quite happy with an ERT way of doing this -- anything really. Cheers JP -- John Pye School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering The University

Re: 'subfigure' package on windows

2006-08-18 Thread John Pye
Hi Stephen Surely there's a better way, right? Is there not like an index file or something like that that I need to put into the local folder to make Miktex happy? I guess this is a question for the Miktex list instead. Cheers JP TechTonics wrote: John Pye wrote: Hi all I'm in a bit

'subfigure' package on windows

2006-08-18 Thread John Pye
point MikTex at this folder, it says that the folder does not seem to be a local package repository. What's the right way to get around this, does anyone know? Cheers JP -- John Pye School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering The University of New South Wales Sydney NSW 2052 Australia t

syntax highlighting for inline source code

2006-08-18 Thread John Pye
-simon.de/index.html This would be a bit like using the 'conversion filters' used for graphics, but it would need to apply somehow to text. I'd be quite happy with an ERT way of doing this -- anything really. Cheers JP -- John Pye School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering The University

Re: 'subfigure' package on windows

2006-08-18 Thread John Pye
Hi Stephen Surely there's a better way, right? Is there not like an index file or something like that that I need to put into the local folder to make Miktex happy? I guess this is a question for the Miktex list instead. Cheers JP TechTonics wrote: John Pye wrote: Hi all I'm in a bit

'subfigure' package on windows

2006-08-18 Thread John Pye
point MikTex at this folder, it says that the folder "does not seem to be a local package repository". What's the right way to get around this, does anyone know? Cheers JP -- John Pye School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering The University of New South Wales Sydney NSW 2052 A

syntax highlighting for inline source code

2006-08-18 Thread John Pye
-simon.de/index.html This would be a bit like using the 'conversion filters' used for graphics, but it would need to apply somehow to text. I'd be quite happy with an ERT way of doing this -- anything really. Cheers JP -- John Pye School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering The University

Re: 'subfigure' package on windows

2006-08-18 Thread John Pye
Hi Stephen Surely there's a better way, right? Is there not like an index file or something like that that I need to put into the local folder to make Miktex happy? I guess this is a question for the Miktex list instead. Cheers JP TechTonics wrote: > John Pye wrote: > >> Hi a

Re: placing a large table in landscape orientation

2006-08-15 Thread John Pye
Belated thanks to you both. The ERT \scriptsize ... \normalsize around the table was good, and I combined it with the rotated table float, and got just what I needed. Thanks a lot! JP José Matos wrote: On Tuesday 08 August 2006 06:54, John Pye wrote: Hi all, I have moderately wide

Re: Flow Chart Drawing For LaTeX/LyX

2006-08-15 Thread John Pye
storage, etc. Does anyone know of any such library of pre-built images that can be incorporated into a larger figure? TIA, Rich -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia http://pye.dyndns.org/

Re: placing a large table in landscape orientation

2006-08-15 Thread John Pye
Belated thanks to you both. The ERT \scriptsize ... \normalsize around the table was good, and I combined it with the rotated table float, and got just what I needed. Thanks a lot! JP José Matos wrote: On Tuesday 08 August 2006 06:54, John Pye wrote: Hi all, I have moderately wide

Re: Flow Chart Drawing For LaTeX/LyX

2006-08-15 Thread John Pye
storage, etc. Does anyone know of any such library of pre-built images that can be incorporated into a larger figure? TIA, Rich -- John Pye Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia http://pye.dyndns.org/

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