Re: Layout file command to remove a default preamble line

2010-07-01 Thread KYokota
The trick with 1.6 is to enter the string default instead of T1 or OT1 into the preferences' fontenc widget. OK, thank you. That is better. Jürgen

Re: Layout file command to remove a default preamble line

2010-07-01 Thread KYokota
The trick with 1.6 is to enter the string default instead of T1 or OT1 into the preferences' fontenc widget. OK, thank you. That is better. Jürgen

Re: Layout file command to remove a default preamble line

2010-07-01 Thread KYokota
> The trick with 1.6 is to enter the string "default" instead of T1 or > OT1 into the preferences' fontenc widget. OK, thank you. That is better. > Jürgen

Re: Layout file command to remove a default preamble line

2010-06-28 Thread KYokota
Liviu and Guenter, Thank you very much for the information. It helps a lot. In 2.0 you can specify custom encoding in Document Fonts LaTeX font encoding. Not sure this helps in your case, though. I see. 2.0 users can manually control the fontenc line after version 2.0 from inside LyX, so I

Re: Layout file command to remove a default preamble line

2010-06-28 Thread KYokota
Liviu and Guenter, Thank you very much for the information. It helps a lot. In 2.0 you can specify custom encoding in Document Fonts LaTeX font encoding. Not sure this helps in your case, though. I see. 2.0 users can manually control the fontenc line after version 2.0 from inside LyX, so I

Re: Layout file command to remove a default preamble line

2010-06-28 Thread KYokota
Liviu and Guenter, Thank you very much for the information. It helps a lot. >> In 2.0 you can specify custom encoding in Document > Fonts > LaTeX >> font encoding. Not sure this helps in your case, though. I see. 2.0 users can manually control the fontenc line after version 2.0 from inside LyX,

Layout file command to remove a default preamble line

2010-06-26 Thread KYokota
Dear all, I'm currently writing a new layout file and wondering if there is any command usable in the layout file to control the preamble which LyX automatically adds. Specifically, LyX automatically adds a preamble line: \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} but the document class requires this to be

Layout file command to remove a default preamble line

2010-06-26 Thread KYokota
Dear all, I'm currently writing a new layout file and wondering if there is any command usable in the layout file to control the preamble which LyX automatically adds. Specifically, LyX automatically adds a preamble line: \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} but the document class requires this to be

Layout file command to remove a default preamble line

2010-06-26 Thread KYokota
Dear all, I'm currently writing a new layout file and wondering if there is any command usable in the layout file to control the preamble which LyX automatically adds. Specifically, LyX automatically adds a preamble line: \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} but the document class requires this to be

Re: beamer handouts: how to delete/suppress frames?

2009-09-09 Thread KYokota
Hi Erez, You can use handout option of Beamer, but it sometimes fails to exclude overlays. So, what I usually do is to use PDFjam (http://www.warwick.ac.uk/go/pdfjam) after creating PDF. It includes an executable called pdfnup which should be called something like: pdfnup --nup 3x3 --paper

Re: beamer handouts: how to delete/suppress frames?

2009-09-09 Thread KYokota
Uh, it seems not to work on Windows. So, you may want to install Cygwin to do the above procedure. Koji

Re: beamer handouts: how to delete/suppress frames?

2009-09-09 Thread KYokota
Hi Erez, You can use handout option of Beamer, but it sometimes fails to exclude overlays. So, what I usually do is to use PDFjam (http://www.warwick.ac.uk/go/pdfjam) after creating PDF. It includes an executable called pdfnup which should be called something like: pdfnup --nup 3x3 --paper

Re: beamer handouts: how to delete/suppress frames?

2009-09-09 Thread KYokota
Uh, it seems not to work on Windows. So, you may want to install Cygwin to do the above procedure. Koji

Re: beamer handouts: how to delete/suppress frames?

2009-09-09 Thread KYokota
Hi Erez, You can use "handout" option of Beamer, but it sometimes fails to exclude overlays. So, what I usually do is to use PDFjam (http://www.warwick.ac.uk/go/pdfjam) after creating PDF. It includes an executable called "pdfnup" which should be called something like: pdfnup --nup 3x3 --paper

Re: beamer handouts: how to delete/suppress frames?

2009-09-09 Thread KYokota
Uh, it seems not to work on Windows. So, you may want to install Cygwin to do the above procedure. Koji

Re: Lyx, Japanese and the Classic Thesis template

2009-06-26 Thread KYokota
Dear Clemente, I guess you are using CJK package for Japanese part. In that case, it's most likely that CJK package won't work just out of box. You need set up fonts manually. There is instruction for it in the following page (I'm assuming you can read Japanese):

Re: Lyx, Japanese and the Classic Thesis template

2009-06-26 Thread KYokota
Dear Clemente, I guess you are using CJK package for Japanese part. In that case, it's most likely that CJK package won't work just out of box. You need set up fonts manually. There is instruction for it in the following page (I'm assuming you can read Japanese):

Re: Lyx, Japanese and the Classic Thesis template

2009-06-26 Thread KYokota
Dear Clemente, I guess you are using CJK package for Japanese part. In that case, it's most likely that CJK package won't work just out of box. You need set up fonts manually. There is instruction for it in the following page (I'm assuming you can read Japanese):