Re: LyX and Inkscape

2011-09-23 Thread Martin Hoßbach
On 23.09.2011 02:18, Neal Becker wrote: Why wouldn't you just save as svg? If we just talk about an illustration, I would save it as pdf and then include the pdf. However, if the illustration contains anything in text, then if I saved it as a pdf I would have the text in the font that

Re: LyX and Inkscape

2011-09-23 Thread Martin Hoßbach
the .tex-file, and switch to input instead of include. And then you do what I was told before, so that LyX knows where the pdf-file can be found... (-- TEXINPUTS) Martin -- Dipl.Inform. Martin Hoßbach Research Assistant 'Cognitive Computing Medical Imaging' Fraunhofer-Institut für Graphische

Re: LyX and Inkscape

2011-09-23 Thread Martin Hoßbach
On 23.09.2011 02:18, Neal Becker wrote: Why wouldn't you just save as svg? If we just talk about an illustration, I would save it as pdf and then include the pdf. However, if the illustration contains anything in text, then if I saved it as a pdf I would have the text in the font that

Re: LyX and Inkscape

2011-09-23 Thread Martin Hoßbach
the .tex-file, and switch to input instead of include. And then you do what I was told before, so that LyX knows where the pdf-file can be found... (-- TEXINPUTS) Martin -- Dipl.Inform. Martin Hoßbach Research Assistant 'Cognitive Computing Medical Imaging' Fraunhofer-Institut für Graphische

Re: LyX and Inkscape

2011-09-23 Thread Martin Hoßbach
On 23.09.2011 02:18, Neal Becker wrote: Why wouldn't you just save as svg? If we just talk about an illustration, I would save it as pdf and then include the pdf. However, if the illustration contains anything in text, then if I saved it as a pdf I would have the text in the font that

Re: LyX and Inkscape

2011-09-23 Thread Martin Hoßbach
nt, select the .tex-file, and switch to "input" instead of "include". And then you do what I was told before, so that LyX knows where the pdf-file can be found... (--> TEXINPUTS) Martin -- Dipl.Inform. Martin Hoßbach Research Assistant 'Cognitive Computing & Medi

LyX and Inkscape

2011-09-22 Thread Martin Hoßbach
Hello does anyone of you use Inkscape and the pdf-latex-format to create images for your documents? BTW: Same problem with gnuplot and the eps-latex-terminal... I definitely want to use this format, because then I will have all text in drawings and diagrams in the font used by the main

Re: LyX and Inkscape

2011-09-22 Thread Martin Hoßbach
;./figures (the semicolon ; is to separate the two paths). I believe this should solve such issues in he future except in the case that your subdirectoery has a different name (e.g. ./img) in which case also append ;./img. Regards, Mukhtar -- Dipl.Inform. Martin Hoßbach Research Assistant 'Cognitive

LyX and Inkscape

2011-09-22 Thread Martin Hoßbach
Hello does anyone of you use Inkscape and the pdf-latex-format to create images for your documents? BTW: Same problem with gnuplot and the eps-latex-terminal... I definitely want to use this format, because then I will have all text in drawings and diagrams in the font used by the main

Re: LyX and Inkscape

2011-09-22 Thread Martin Hoßbach
;./figures (the semicolon ; is to separate the two paths). I believe this should solve such issues in he future except in the case that your subdirectoery has a different name (e.g. ./img) in which case also append ;./img. Regards, Mukhtar -- Dipl.Inform. Martin Hoßbach Research Assistant 'Cognitive

LyX and Inkscape

2011-09-22 Thread Martin Hoßbach
Hello does anyone of you use Inkscape and the pdf-latex-format to create images for your documents? BTW: Same problem with gnuplot and the eps-latex-terminal... I definitely want to use this format, because then I will have all text in drawings and diagrams in the font used by the main

Re: LyX and Inkscape

2011-09-22 Thread Martin Hoßbach
appending ;./figures (the semicolon ; is to separate the two paths). I believe this should solve such issues in he future except in the case that your subdirectoery has a different name (e.g. ./img) in which case also append ;./img. Regards, Mukhtar -- Dipl.Inform. Martin Hoßbach Research