Re: latex paragraph export

1999-12-07 Thread John Wetterau
Andre, Thanks for your reply. It finally occurred to me to look at the html source produced by latex2html (view source while displayed by browser) The header info contained a reference to a stylesheet. This turned out to be an external file with an extension of .css (cascading style sheets) that

Re: latex paragraph export

1999-12-07 Thread John Wetterau
Andre, Thanks for your reply. It finally occurred to me to look at the html source produced by latex2html (view source while displayed by browser) The header info contained a reference to a stylesheet. This turned out to be an external file with an extension of .css (cascading style sheets) that

Re: latex paragraph export

1999-12-07 Thread John Wetterau
Andre, Thanks for your reply. It finally occurred to me to look at the html source produced by latex2html (view source while displayed by browser) The header info contained a reference to a stylesheet. This turned out to be an external file with an extension of .css (cascading style sheets) that

latex paragraph export

1999-12-06 Thread John Wetterau
Lyx 1.1.3 is producing great PS output with indented paragraphs and no line skip between them. Pdflatex produces the same output in PDF format (indented paragraphs with no line skip). Latex2html, however, takes the same .tex file that was used by pdflatex and produces html code with no paragraph

latex paragraph export

1999-12-06 Thread John Wetterau
Lyx 1.1.3 is producing great PS output with indented paragraphs and no line skip between them. Pdflatex produces the same output in PDF format (indented paragraphs with no line skip). Latex2html, however, takes the same .tex file that was used by pdflatex and produces html code with no paragraph

latex paragraph export

1999-12-06 Thread John Wetterau
Lyx 1.1.3 is producing great PS output with indented paragraphs and no line skip between them. Pdflatex produces the same output in PDF format (indented paragraphs with no line skip). Latex2html, however, takes the same .tex file that was used by pdflatex and produces html code with no paragraph

dvips scalable fonts

1999-05-24 Thread John Wetterau
Nimrod, I searched on GhostScript in AltaVista and came up with: http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/aladdin/get550.html The rpm is: ghostscript-5.50-2.i386.rpm I installed with the upgrade parameter: rpm -Uvh ./ghostscript-5.50-2.i386.rpm as I had RedHat 5.2 with ghostscript 4.03 already installed.

dvips scalable fonts

1999-05-24 Thread John Wetterau
Nimrod, I searched on GhostScript in AltaVista and came up with: http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/aladdin/get550.html The rpm is: ghostscript-5.50-2.i386.rpm I installed with the upgrade parameter: rpm -Uvh ./ghostscript-5.50-2.i386.rpm as I had RedHat 5.2 with ghostscript 4.03 already installed.

dvips scalable fonts

1999-05-24 Thread John Wetterau
Nimrod, I searched on GhostScript in AltaVista and came up with: http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/aladdin/get550.html The rpm is: ghostscript-5.50-2.i386.rpm I installed with the upgrade parameter: rpm -Uvh ./ghostscript-5.50-2.i386.rpm as I had RedHat 5.2 with ghostscript 4.03 already installed.

dvips Type 1 font output

1999-05-22 Thread John Wetterau
Hi, plowing along trying to get pdf files of a reasonable size. So far I have been unable to force dvips to use Type 1 scalable fonts which, reportedly, allow ps2pdf to produce small pdf files (rather than 10X the size of the ps file which I get using dvips in the normal configuration). I have

dvips scalable fonts

1999-05-22 Thread John Wetterau
All, problem disappeared when I followed Reuben's advice to get GhostScript 5.50. There is an rpm available for download that upgraded RedHat 5.2 GhostScript 4.03 perfectly. ps2pdf in the new version seems to substitute scalable fonts for the bitmapped.

dvips Type 1 font output

1999-05-22 Thread John Wetterau
Hi, plowing along trying to get pdf files of a reasonable size. So far I have been unable to force dvips to use Type 1 scalable fonts which, reportedly, allow ps2pdf to produce small pdf files (rather than 10X the size of the ps file which I get using dvips in the normal configuration). I have

dvips scalable fonts

1999-05-22 Thread John Wetterau
All, problem disappeared when I followed Reuben's advice to get GhostScript 5.50. There is an rpm available for download that upgraded RedHat 5.2 GhostScript 4.03 perfectly. ps2pdf in the new version seems to substitute scalable fonts for the bitmapped.

dvips Type 1 font output

1999-05-22 Thread John Wetterau
Hi, plowing along trying to get pdf files of a reasonable size. So far I have been unable to force dvips to use Type 1 scalable fonts which, reportedly, allow ps2pdf to produce small pdf files (rather than 10X the size of the ps file which I get using dvips in the normal configuration). I have

dvips scalable fonts

1999-05-22 Thread John Wetterau
All, problem disappeared when I followed Reuben's advice to get GhostScript 5.50. There is an rpm available for download that upgraded RedHat 5.2 GhostScript 4.03 perfectly. ps2pdf in the new version seems to substitute scalable fonts for the bitmapped.

Re: LyX to Adobe PDF

1999-05-20 Thread John Wetterau
Thierry, Reuben, Thanks a lot. That's a big help.

Re: LyX to Adobe PDF

1999-05-20 Thread John Wetterau
Thierry, Reuben, Thanks a lot. That's a big help.

Re: LyX to Adobe PDF

1999-05-20 Thread John Wetterau
Thierry, Reuben, Thanks a lot. That's a big help.