Re: Vectors in bold

2012-08-30 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello Guenter,

Thank you for your suggestion; that worked too!

On Thu 30 Aug 2012 02:49:08 PM EEST, Guenter Milde wrote:
 On 2012-08-28, Ernesto Posse wrote:

 On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 8:19 AM, Merhebi, Bob bobmerh...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hello there,

 I am writing this technical book; so far I've been using the overhead
 vectors to represent vectors, but now I changed my mind  want to
 represent vectors in bold.

 Is it possible to make the change for all previous representations in
 one go?

 You can try writing the following in the preamble:

 \renewcommand{\vec}[1]{\ensuremath{\mathbf{#1}}}

 Mind, that this produces an *upright* bold symbol, while most style gides
 in science and engineering expect *italic bold* for vector and Matrix
 symbols. This can be achieved with the isomath package
 http://www.ctan.org/pkg/isomath (See
 http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/isomath/isomath.html for
 examples and details.)

 This is LaTeX preamble code for isomath with default settings:

 \usepackage{isomath}
 \renewcommand{\vec}{\vectorsym}

 Günter


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Re: Vectors in bold

2012-08-30 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello Guenter,

Thank you for your suggestion; that worked too!

On Thu 30 Aug 2012 02:49:08 PM EEST, Guenter Milde wrote:
 On 2012-08-28, Ernesto Posse wrote:

 On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 8:19 AM, Merhebi, Bob bobmerh...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hello there,

 I am writing this technical book; so far I've been using the overhead
 vectors to represent vectors, but now I changed my mind  want to
 represent vectors in bold.

 Is it possible to make the change for all previous representations in
 one go?

 You can try writing the following in the preamble:

 \renewcommand{\vec}[1]{\ensuremath{\mathbf{#1}}}

 Mind, that this produces an *upright* bold symbol, while most style gides
 in science and engineering expect *italic bold* for vector and Matrix
 symbols. This can be achieved with the isomath package
 http://www.ctan.org/pkg/isomath (See
 http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/isomath/isomath.html for
 examples and details.)

 This is LaTeX preamble code for isomath with default settings:

 \usepackage{isomath}
 \renewcommand{\vec}{\vectorsym}

 Günter


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Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: Vectors in bold

2012-08-30 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello Guenter,

Thank you for your suggestion; that worked too!

On Thu 30 Aug 2012 02:49:08 PM EEST, Guenter Milde wrote:
> On 2012-08-28, Ernesto Posse wrote:
>
>> On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 8:19 AM, Merhebi, Bob <bobmerh...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello there,
>
>>> I am writing this technical book; so far I've been using the overhead
>>> vectors to represent vectors, but now I changed my mind & want to
>>> represent vectors in bold.
>
>>> Is it possible to make the change for all previous representations in
>>> one go?
>
>> You can try writing the following in the preamble:
>
>> \renewcommand{\vec}[1]{\ensuremath{\mathbf{#1}}}
>
> Mind, that this produces an *upright* bold symbol, while most style gides
> in science and engineering expect *italic bold* for vector and Matrix
> symbols. This can be achieved with the "isomath" package
> http://www.ctan.org/pkg/isomath (See
> http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/isomath/isomath.html for
> examples and details.)
>
> This is LaTeX preamble code for isomath with default settings:
>
> \usepackage{isomath}
> \renewcommand{\vec}{\vectorsym}
>
> Günter
>

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Re: Vectors in bold

2012-08-29 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Thanks Ernesto,

That fixed it :D

Have a great day.

On Tue 28 Aug 2012 03:55:52 PM EEST, Ernesto Posse wrote:
 You can try writing the following in the preamble:

 \renewcommand{\vec}[1]{\ensuremath{\mathbf{#1}}}


 On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 8:19 AM, Merhebi, Bob bobmerh...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hello there,

 I am writing this technical book; so far I've been using the overhead
 vectors to represent vectors, but now I changed my mind  want to
 represent vectors in bold.

 Is it possible to make the change for all previous representations in
 one go?

 And is the easiest way to do the bold thing with the Ctrl+B or is there
 an easier way?

 Thanks

 --
 Sincerely Yours,
 -Merhebi, Bob

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Re: Vectors in bold

2012-08-29 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Thanks Ernesto,

That fixed it :D

Have a great day.

On Tue 28 Aug 2012 03:55:52 PM EEST, Ernesto Posse wrote:
 You can try writing the following in the preamble:

 \renewcommand{\vec}[1]{\ensuremath{\mathbf{#1}}}


 On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 8:19 AM, Merhebi, Bob bobmerh...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hello there,

 I am writing this technical book; so far I've been using the overhead
 vectors to represent vectors, but now I changed my mind  want to
 represent vectors in bold.

 Is it possible to make the change for all previous representations in
 one go?

 And is the easiest way to do the bold thing with the Ctrl+B or is there
 an easier way?

 Thanks

 --
 Sincerely Yours,
 -Merhebi, Bob

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-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: Vectors in bold

2012-08-29 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Thanks Ernesto,

That fixed it :D

Have a great day.

On Tue 28 Aug 2012 03:55:52 PM EEST, Ernesto Posse wrote:
> You can try writing the following in the preamble:
>
> \renewcommand{\vec}[1]{\ensuremath{\mathbf{#1}}}
>
>
> On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 8:19 AM, Merhebi, Bob <bobmerh...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello there,
>>
>> I am writing this technical book; so far I've been using the overhead
>> vectors to represent vectors, but now I changed my mind & want to
>> represent vectors in bold.
>>
>> Is it possible to make the change for all previous representations in
>> one go?
>>
>> And is the easiest way to do the bold thing with the Ctrl+B or is there
>> an easier way?
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> --
>> Sincerely Yours,
>> -Merhebi, Bob
>>
>> Thunderbird Signature
>
>
>

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-Merhebi, Bob

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Vectors in bold

2012-08-28 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello there,

I am writing this technical book; so far I've been using the overhead
vectors to represent vectors, but now I changed my mind  want to
represent vectors in bold.

Is it possible to make the change for all previous representations in
one go?

And is the easiest way to do the bold thing with the Ctrl+B or is there
an easier way?

Thanks

-- 
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Vectors in bold

2012-08-28 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello there,

I am writing this technical book; so far I've been using the overhead
vectors to represent vectors, but now I changed my mind  want to
represent vectors in bold.

Is it possible to make the change for all previous representations in
one go?

And is the easiest way to do the bold thing with the Ctrl+B or is there
an easier way?

Thanks

-- 
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Vectors in bold

2012-08-28 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello there,

I am writing this technical book; so far I've been using the overhead
vectors to represent vectors, but now I changed my mind & want to
represent vectors in bold.

Is it possible to make the change for all previous representations in
one go?

And is the easiest way to do the bold thing with the Ctrl+B or is there
an easier way?

Thanks

-- 
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: Fwd: Re: Dimensions too large + minibox problems (LaTeX errors)

2012-07-09 Thread Merhebi, Bob


On Mon 09 Jul 2012 09:31:56 AM EEST, Ignacio García wrote:


 2012/7/8 Merhebi, Bob bobmerh...@gmail.com mailto:bobmerh...@gmail.com


 To get the zip: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/60916509/lyx.zip


 Dimensions too large error is back when i inserted the image)

 Note: all errors appear in DVI view



 I can get a right PDF output fixing the following :

 1. The last box:  I think Box(Makebox) is not accurate here. Change
 it to Minipage or Parbox
 2. Delete the ragged line break just before this box


Great;
I used the line break since without it the box appears shifted to the 
right (i.e; not aligned with the other boxes)

 The PDF output is possible, but the math out of margins, because the
 Width of the box
 is set to 100 Page height. Chnage it to 100 Text Width

 Now it looks OK in the PDF output


Indeed. Thank you

 The DVI output errors, I don't know fix it.

Maybe someone else can help with this?

On 07/09/2012 02:17 AM, Marcelo Acuña wrote: Dimensions too large is a 
nightmare for me.
 This error appears when I change font size and I can't resolve it.

 Marcelo

I change the default size to 12. No problems with that! How did you 
change it?

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-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: Fwd: Re: Dimensions too large + minibox problems (LaTeX errors)

2012-07-09 Thread Merhebi, Bob


On Mon 09 Jul 2012 09:31:56 AM EEST, Ignacio García wrote:


 2012/7/8 Merhebi, Bob bobmerh...@gmail.com mailto:bobmerh...@gmail.com


 To get the zip: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/60916509/lyx.zip


 Dimensions too large error is back when i inserted the image)

 Note: all errors appear in DVI view



 I can get a right PDF output fixing the following :

 1. The last box:  I think Box(Makebox) is not accurate here. Change
 it to Minipage or Parbox
 2. Delete the ragged line break just before this box


Great;
I used the line break since without it the box appears shifted to the 
right (i.e; not aligned with the other boxes)

 The PDF output is possible, but the math out of margins, because the
 Width of the box
 is set to 100 Page height. Chnage it to 100 Text Width

 Now it looks OK in the PDF output


Indeed. Thank you

 The DVI output errors, I don't know fix it.

Maybe someone else can help with this?

On 07/09/2012 02:17 AM, Marcelo Acuña wrote: Dimensions too large is a 
nightmare for me.
 This error appears when I change font size and I can't resolve it.

 Marcelo

I change the default size to 12. No problems with that! How did you 
change it?

--
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: Fwd: Re: Dimensions too large + minibox problems (LaTeX errors)

2012-07-09 Thread Merhebi, Bob


On Mon 09 Jul 2012 09:31:56 AM EEST, Ignacio García wrote:
>
>
> 2012/7/8 Merhebi, Bob <bobmerh...@gmail.com <mailto:bobmerh...@gmail.com>>
>
>
> To get the zip: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/60916509/lyx.zip
>
>
> "Dimensions too large" error is back when i inserted the image)
>
> Note: all errors appear in DVI view
>
>
>
> I can get a right PDF output fixing the following :
>
> 1. The last box:  I think "Box(Makebox)" is not accurate here. Change
> it to Minipage or Parbox
> 2. Delete the ragged line break just before this box
>

Great;
I used the line break since without it the box appears shifted to the 
right (i.e; not aligned with the other boxes)

> The PDF output is possible, but the math out of margins, because the
> Width of the box
> is set to 100 Page height. Chnage it to 100 Text Width
>
> Now it looks OK in the PDF output
>

Indeed. Thank you

> The DVI output errors, I don't know fix it.

Maybe someone else can help with this?

On 07/09/2012 02:17 AM, Marcelo Acuña wrote:> Dimensions too large is a 
nightmare for me.
> This error appears when I change font size and I can't resolve it.
>
> Marcelo

I change the default size to 12. No problems with that! How did you 
change it?

--
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Fwd: Fwd: Re: Dimensions too large + minibox problems (LaTeX errors)

2012-07-08 Thread Merhebi, Bob
I am not sure if my mail has been reaching out; I checked the online
archive of the mailing list  couldn't find my last 2 forwards. So I
removed the attached zip in case this is the cause of the problem.

To get the zip: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/60916509/lyx.zip


Sorry for the inconvenience, if any!

 Original Message 
Subject: Fwd: Re: Dimensions too large + minibox problems (LaTeX errors)
Date: Sun, 08 Jul 2012 20:31:58 +0300
From: Merhebi, Bob bobmerh...@gmail.com
Reply-To: bobmerh...@gmail.com
To: Ignacio García ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com
CC: LyX Users lyx-users@lists.lyx.org




 Original Message 
Subject: Re: Dimensions too large + minibox problems (LaTeX errors)
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2012 03:55:17 +0300
From: Merhebi, Bob bobmerh...@gmail.com
Reply-To: bobmerh...@gmail.com
To: Ignacio García ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com
CC: lyx-users lyx-users@lists.lyx.org



On Mon 25 Jun 2012 09:47:45 AM EEST, Ignacio García wrote:
   Merhebi, Bob wrote

  When I want to view the DVI I get several LaTeX errors; mainly the
  Dimension too Large

 I can't reproduce it


neither can I! (oh see below!)

   the other errors related to the last minibox.

 The last minibox is in 'Description' environment: change it to Normal layout

that solved it :D thanks



   Moreover, one graphical problem is the long minibox. In the original
  document it's too long to appear on the page (part of it is hid under
  the bottom margin). In the attached document you can see that it reaches
  the page number!

 You can try to adjust the Page Margins in Document Settings

I do not wish to adjust the margins as I already set them to the
desired values. Isn't there an option such that the box splits into two
(i.e; on separate pages) to remain within the margins?

Ah I was just checking the box settings  found Allow Page Breaks
which I cannot use except when Inner Box is None; then I get Latex
errors again! (attached as zip with image included; the previous
Dimensions too large error is back when i inserted the image)

Note: all errors appear in DVI view

 Regards
 Ignacio García


--
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-Merhebi, Bob

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Fwd: Fwd: Re: Dimensions too large + minibox problems (LaTeX errors)

2012-07-08 Thread Merhebi, Bob
I am not sure if my mail has been reaching out; I checked the online
archive of the mailing list  couldn't find my last 2 forwards. So I
removed the attached zip in case this is the cause of the problem.

To get the zip: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/60916509/lyx.zip


Sorry for the inconvenience, if any!

 Original Message 
Subject: Fwd: Re: Dimensions too large + minibox problems (LaTeX errors)
Date: Sun, 08 Jul 2012 20:31:58 +0300
From: Merhebi, Bob bobmerh...@gmail.com
Reply-To: bobmerh...@gmail.com
To: Ignacio García ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com
CC: LyX Users lyx-users@lists.lyx.org




 Original Message 
Subject: Re: Dimensions too large + minibox problems (LaTeX errors)
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2012 03:55:17 +0300
From: Merhebi, Bob bobmerh...@gmail.com
Reply-To: bobmerh...@gmail.com
To: Ignacio García ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com
CC: lyx-users lyx-users@lists.lyx.org



On Mon 25 Jun 2012 09:47:45 AM EEST, Ignacio García wrote:
   Merhebi, Bob wrote

  When I want to view the DVI I get several LaTeX errors; mainly the
  Dimension too Large

 I can't reproduce it


neither can I! (oh see below!)

   the other errors related to the last minibox.

 The last minibox is in 'Description' environment: change it to Normal layout

that solved it :D thanks



   Moreover, one graphical problem is the long minibox. In the original
  document it's too long to appear on the page (part of it is hid under
  the bottom margin). In the attached document you can see that it reaches
  the page number!

 You can try to adjust the Page Margins in Document Settings

I do not wish to adjust the margins as I already set them to the
desired values. Isn't there an option such that the box splits into two
(i.e; on separate pages) to remain within the margins?

Ah I was just checking the box settings  found Allow Page Breaks
which I cannot use except when Inner Box is None; then I get Latex
errors again! (attached as zip with image included; the previous
Dimensions too large error is back when i inserted the image)

Note: all errors appear in DVI view

 Regards
 Ignacio García


--
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Fwd: Fwd: Re: Dimensions too large + minibox problems (LaTeX errors)

2012-07-08 Thread Merhebi, Bob
I am not sure if my mail has been reaching out; I checked the online
archive of the mailing list & couldn't find my last 2 forwards. So I
removed the attached zip in case this is the cause of the problem.

To get the zip: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/60916509/lyx.zip


Sorry for the inconvenience, if any!

 Original Message 
Subject: Fwd: Re: Dimensions too large + minibox problems (LaTeX errors)
Date: Sun, 08 Jul 2012 20:31:58 +0300
From: Merhebi, Bob <bobmerh...@gmail.com>
Reply-To: bobmerh...@gmail.com
To: Ignacio García <ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com>
CC: LyX Users <lyx-users@lists.lyx.org>




 Original Message 
Subject: Re: Dimensions too large + minibox problems (LaTeX errors)
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2012 03:55:17 +0300
From: Merhebi, Bob <bobmerh...@gmail.com>
Reply-To: bobmerh...@gmail.com
To: Ignacio García <ignacio.gmora...@gmail.com>
CC: lyx-users <lyx-users@lists.lyx.org>



On Mon 25 Jun 2012 09:47:45 AM EEST, Ignacio García wrote:
>   Merhebi, Bob wrote
>
> > When I want to view the DVI I get several LaTeX errors; mainly the
> > "Dimension too Large"
>
> I can't reproduce it
>

neither can I! (oh see below!)

> > & the other errors related to the last minibox.
>
> The last minibox is in 'Description' environment: change it to Normal layout
>
that solved it :D thanks



>  > Moreover, one "graphical" problem is the long minibox. In the original
> > document it's too long to appear on the page (part of it is hid under
> > the bottom margin). In the attached document you can see that it reaches
> > the page number!
>
> You can try to adjust the Page Margins in Document Settings

I do not wish to adjust the margins as I already set them to the
desired values. Isn't there an option such that the box splits into two
(i.e; on separate pages) to remain within the margins?

Ah I was just checking the box settings & found "Allow Page Breaks"
which I cannot use except when "Inner Box" is "None"; then I get Latex
errors again! (attached as zip with image included; the previous
"Dimensions too large" error is back when i inserted the image)

Note: all errors appear in DVI view

> Regards
> Ignacio García


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-Merhebi, Bob

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Dimensions too large + minibox problems (LaTeX errors)

2012-06-24 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Dear LyXers,

I am writing a technical document  need some help from you. Attached is
the related file.

When I want to view the DVI I get several LaTeX errors; mainly the
Dimension too Large  the other errors related to the last minibox.

Moreover, one graphical problem is the long minibox. In the original
document it's too long to appear on the page (part of it is hid under
the bottom margin). In the attached document you can see that it reaches
the page number!

You help is greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance

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-Merhebi, Bob

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Dimensions too large + minibox problems (LaTeX errors)

2012-06-24 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Dear LyXers,

I am writing a technical document  need some help from you. Attached is
the related file.

When I want to view the DVI I get several LaTeX errors; mainly the
Dimension too Large  the other errors related to the last minibox.

Moreover, one graphical problem is the long minibox. In the original
document it's too long to appear on the page (part of it is hid under
the bottom margin). In the attached document you can see that it reaches
the page number!

You help is greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance

-- 
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Dimensions too large + minibox problems (LaTeX errors)

2012-06-24 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Dear LyXers,

I am writing a technical document & need some help from you. Attached is
the related file.

When I want to view the DVI I get several LaTeX errors; mainly the
"Dimension too Large" & the other errors related to the last minibox.

Moreover, one "graphical" problem is the long minibox. In the original
document it's too long to appear on the page (part of it is hid under
the bottom margin). In the attached document you can see that it reaches
the page number!

You help is greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance

-- 
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: Coloring

2012-05-08 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello Allen  Scott,

Allen; I can't see any ab botton; I had to use Edit  Text Style!

Thank you both for your replies. I appreciate it.

On Tue 08 May 2012 07:51:14 AM EEST, Scott Kostyshak wrote:
 Allen Barker [allen.l.bar...@gmail.com]
 Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 12:30 AM

 On Mon 07 May 2012 01:40:09 PM EEST, Merhebi, Bob wrote:
 Hello,

 I was wondering whether I could use coloring in equations? For example,
 when using Mathematica or python (in IDE), brackets  the like get
 colored; I've seen a pdf document recently which involved such coloring;
 is that possible in LyX?

 You can select any text in a math inset and change the color
 via the Text Style dialog (the ab button).  I don't
 know of any way highlight formulas automatically.

 For highlighting program listings the listings insets do a
 nice job, and can use colors.

 You can create colored boxes and put equations in those, as explained in help 
  Math  Section 9.3 Colored Boxes

 Scott

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Re: Coloring

2012-05-08 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Oh ok; it was covered by the View/Update toolbar (have it next to it).

Thanks

On Tue 08 May 2012 01:55:56 PM EEST, Allen Barker wrote:
 On 05/08/2012 02:37 AM, Merhebi, Bob wrote:
 Hello Allen  Scott,

 Allen; I can't see any ab botton; I had to use Edit  Text Style!

 It should be near the end of the Extra toolbar,
 when View  Toolbars  Extra is checked.

 Thank you both for your replies. I appreciate it.

 On Tue 08 May 2012 07:51:14 AM EEST, Scott Kostyshak wrote:
 Allen Barker [allen.l.bar...@gmail.com]
 Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 12:30 AM

 On Mon 07 May 2012 01:40:09 PM EEST, Merhebi, Bob wrote:
 Hello,

 I was wondering whether I could use coloring in equations? For
 example,
 when using Mathematica or python (in IDE), brackets   the like get
 colored; I've seen a pdf document recently which involved such
 coloring;
 is that possible in LyX?

 You can select any text in a math inset and change the color
 via the Text Style dialog (the ab button).  I don't
 know of any way highlight formulas automatically.

 For highlighting program listings the listings insets do a
 nice job, and can use colors.

 You can create colored boxes and put equations in those, as
 explained in help  Math  Section 9.3 Colored Boxes

 Scott

 --
 Sincerely Yours,
 -Merhebi, Bob

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Re: Coloring

2012-05-08 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello Allen  Scott,

Allen; I can't see any ab botton; I had to use Edit  Text Style!

Thank you both for your replies. I appreciate it.

On Tue 08 May 2012 07:51:14 AM EEST, Scott Kostyshak wrote:
 Allen Barker [allen.l.bar...@gmail.com]
 Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 12:30 AM

 On Mon 07 May 2012 01:40:09 PM EEST, Merhebi, Bob wrote:
 Hello,

 I was wondering whether I could use coloring in equations? For example,
 when using Mathematica or python (in IDE), brackets  the like get
 colored; I've seen a pdf document recently which involved such coloring;
 is that possible in LyX?

 You can select any text in a math inset and change the color
 via the Text Style dialog (the ab button).  I don't
 know of any way highlight formulas automatically.

 For highlighting program listings the listings insets do a
 nice job, and can use colors.

 You can create colored boxes and put equations in those, as explained in help 
  Math  Section 9.3 Colored Boxes

 Scott

--
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: Coloring

2012-05-08 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Oh ok; it was covered by the View/Update toolbar (have it next to it).

Thanks

On Tue 08 May 2012 01:55:56 PM EEST, Allen Barker wrote:
 On 05/08/2012 02:37 AM, Merhebi, Bob wrote:
 Hello Allen  Scott,

 Allen; I can't see any ab botton; I had to use Edit  Text Style!

 It should be near the end of the Extra toolbar,
 when View  Toolbars  Extra is checked.

 Thank you both for your replies. I appreciate it.

 On Tue 08 May 2012 07:51:14 AM EEST, Scott Kostyshak wrote:
 Allen Barker [allen.l.bar...@gmail.com]
 Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 12:30 AM

 On Mon 07 May 2012 01:40:09 PM EEST, Merhebi, Bob wrote:
 Hello,

 I was wondering whether I could use coloring in equations? For
 example,
 when using Mathematica or python (in IDE), brackets   the like get
 colored; I've seen a pdf document recently which involved such
 coloring;
 is that possible in LyX?

 You can select any text in a math inset and change the color
 via the Text Style dialog (the ab button).  I don't
 know of any way highlight formulas automatically.

 For highlighting program listings the listings insets do a
 nice job, and can use colors.

 You can create colored boxes and put equations in those, as
 explained in help  Math  Section 9.3 Colored Boxes

 Scott

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 -Merhebi, Bob

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Re: Coloring

2012-05-08 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello Allen & Scott,

Allen; I can't see any ab botton; I had to use Edit > Text Style!

Thank you both for your replies. I appreciate it.

On Tue 08 May 2012 07:51:14 AM EEST, Scott Kostyshak wrote:
> Allen Barker [allen.l.bar...@gmail.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 12:30 AM
>
>> On Mon 07 May 2012 01:40:09 PM EEST, Merhebi, Bob wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> I was wondering whether I could use coloring in equations? For example,
>>> when using Mathematica or python (in IDE), brackets&  the like get
>>> colored; I've seen a pdf document recently which involved such coloring;
>>> is that possible in LyX?
>
>> You can select any text in a math inset and change the color
>> via the "Text Style" dialog (the "ab" button).  I don't
>> know of any way highlight formulas automatically.
>
>> For highlighting program listings the listings insets do a
>> nice job, and can use colors.
>
> You can create colored boxes and put equations in those, as explained in help 
> > Math > Section 9.3 Colored Boxes
>
> Scott

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Re: Coloring

2012-05-08 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Oh ok; it was covered by the View/Update toolbar (have it next to it).

Thanks

On Tue 08 May 2012 01:55:56 PM EEST, Allen Barker wrote:
> On 05/08/2012 02:37 AM, Merhebi, Bob wrote:
>> Hello Allen&  Scott,
>>
>> Allen; I can't see any ab botton; I had to use Edit>  Text Style!
>
> It should be near the end of the "Extra" toolbar,
> when View > Toolbars > Extra is checked.
>
>> Thank you both for your replies. I appreciate it.
>>
>> On Tue 08 May 2012 07:51:14 AM EEST, Scott Kostyshak wrote:
>>> Allen Barker [allen.l.bar...@gmail.com]
>>> Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 12:30 AM
>>>
>>>> On Mon 07 May 2012 01:40:09 PM EEST, Merhebi, Bob wrote:
>>>>> Hello,
>>>>>
>>>>> I was wondering whether I could use coloring in equations? For
>>>>> example,
>>>>> when using Mathematica or python (in IDE), brackets&   the like get
>>>>> colored; I've seen a pdf document recently which involved such
>>>>> coloring;
>>>>> is that possible in LyX?
>>>
>>>> You can select any text in a math inset and change the color
>>>> via the "Text Style" dialog (the "ab" button).  I don't
>>>> know of any way highlight formulas automatically.
>>>
>>>> For highlighting program listings the listings insets do a
>>>> nice job, and can use colors.
>>>
>>> You can create colored boxes and put equations in those, as
>>> explained in help>  Math>  Section 9.3 Colored Boxes
>>>
>>> Scott
>>
>> --
>> Sincerely Yours,
>> -Merhebi, Bob
>>
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>>
>>
>
>

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Coloring

2012-05-07 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello,

I was wondering whether I could use coloring in equations? For example,
when using Mathematica or python (in IDE), brackets  the like get
colored; I've seen a pdf document recently which involved such coloring;
is that possible in LyX?

Thanks

-- 
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-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: Coloring

2012-05-07 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Just to clear it out; I meant highlighting by coloring  IDLE by 
IDE.

Thanks

On Mon 07 May 2012 01:40:09 PM EEST, Merhebi, Bob wrote:
 Hello,

 I was wondering whether I could use coloring in equations? For example,
 when using Mathematica or python (in IDE), brackets  the like get
 colored; I've seen a pdf document recently which involved such coloring;
 is that possible in LyX?

 Thanks


--
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-Merhebi, Bob

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Coloring

2012-05-07 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello,

I was wondering whether I could use coloring in equations? For example,
when using Mathematica or python (in IDE), brackets  the like get
colored; I've seen a pdf document recently which involved such coloring;
is that possible in LyX?

Thanks

-- 
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-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: Coloring

2012-05-07 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Just to clear it out; I meant highlighting by coloring  IDLE by 
IDE.

Thanks

On Mon 07 May 2012 01:40:09 PM EEST, Merhebi, Bob wrote:
 Hello,

 I was wondering whether I could use coloring in equations? For example,
 when using Mathematica or python (in IDE), brackets  the like get
 colored; I've seen a pdf document recently which involved such coloring;
 is that possible in LyX?

 Thanks


--
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

Thunderbird Signature



Coloring

2012-05-07 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello,

I was wondering whether I could use coloring in equations? For example,
when using Mathematica or python (in IDE), brackets & the like get
colored; I've seen a pdf document recently which involved such coloring;
is that possible in LyX?

Thanks

-- 
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: Coloring

2012-05-07 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Just to clear it out; I meant "highlighting" by coloring & "IDLE" by 
IDE.

Thanks

On Mon 07 May 2012 01:40:09 PM EEST, Merhebi, Bob wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I was wondering whether I could use coloring in equations? For example,
> when using Mathematica or python (in IDE), brackets & the like get
> colored; I've seen a pdf document recently which involved such coloring;
> is that possible in LyX?
>
> Thanks
>

--
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-Merhebi, Bob

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Fwd: Re: Re: LyX download size

2012-05-03 Thread Merhebi, Bob


 Original Message 
Subject:Re: Re: LyX download size
Date:   Thu, 03 May 2012 11:26:49 +0300
From:   Merhebi, Bob bobmerh...@gmail.com
Reply-To:   bobmerh...@gmail.com
To: ubuntu...@lists.ubuntu.com
CC: ubuntu-qa-requ...@lists.ubuntu.com, a...@cphr.edu.cu,
rgh...@comcast.net, hgg...@ubuntu.com, brucemcgov...@earthlink.net



Hello all,

On Wed, 04 Apr 2012 09:33:27 -0500, irlandes
brucemcgov...@earthlink.net wrote:
 Here is the list of LyX dependencies on 10.04, list obtained by apt-get
 remove and then cancel:

 The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer
 required:
 texlive-extra-utils texlive-base texlive-pictures-doc
 texlive-fonts-recommended doc-base texlive-pstricks-doc dvipng lmodern
 texlive-common
 texlive-latex-extra-doc libaiksaurus-1.2-0c2a texlive-pstricks luatex
 preview-latex-style ttf-lyx prosper tipa
 texlive-latex-recommended-doc texlive-latex-base-doc libkpathsea5
 libboost-signals1.40.0 libt1-5 libaiksaurus-1.2-data texlive-latex-extra
 texlive-binaries lyx-common libmldbm-perl libuuid-perl pgf
 texlive-latex-recommended texlive-generic-recommended texlive-latex-base
 texlive-fonts-recommended-doc libfreezethaw-perl ps2eps latex-beamer
 texlive-luatex texlive-font-utils latex-xcolor texlive-doc-base
 tex-common lacheck texlive-pictures



 I remember LyX as having a really big download, but don't have a
 computer to dink with. I have used LyX to produce a book.

I believe these are abandoned packages that are no longer required after
some upgrade to LyX or the respective packages!


On 04/07/2012 03:00 PM, C de-Avillez hgg...@ubuntu.com wrote:
 The actual DEPENDency list for Lyx is quite small:

 [cerdea-aws]cerdea@xango4-wired:~$ apt-cache depends lyx | grep Depend
 Depends: libboost-regex1.46.1
 Depends: libboost-signals1.46.1
 Depends: libc6
 Depends: libenchant1c2a
 Depends: libgcc1
 Depends: libmythes-1.2-0
 Depends: libqtcore4
 Depends: libqtgui4
 Depends: libstdc++6
 Depends: zlib1g
 Depends: lyx-common
 Depends: xdg-utils
 PreDepends: dpkg
 [cerdea-aws]cerdea@xango4-wired:~$ apt-cache depends lyx-common | grep
 Depend
 Depends: tex-common
 Depends: python
 PreDepends: dpkg
 [cerdea-aws]cerdea@xango4-wired:~$ apt-cache depends tex-common | grep
 Depend
 |Depends: debconf
 Depends: debconf-2.0
 Depends: ucf
 |Depends: debconf
 Depends: cdebconf
 Depends: dpkg
 [cerdea-aws]cerdea@xango4-wired:~$

 Also, some of the above are already present (like dpkg, libc6, etc).

 Now, if you are set to automatically install 'Recommends'... the indeed
 you are going to have a much larger install, since part of TeX will
 also be installed (and yes, it is BIG).

 My LyX install cannot be used as a sample, since I run SVN head and
 build it locally (with debug symbols).

Well as I recall I had the recommendations turned off. Besides, I
installed LyX with synaptic.

The bug appears to have been backed up by another user.

I thought ( it is true) that a stand-alone LyX is 30MB but I wasn't
aware that the TeX packages are the Big deal!

On 04/20/2012 04:46 PM, Richard Heck wrote:
 You do NOT have to have TeX installed to use LyX. Only to compile to
 PDF. Plenty of people use TeX-less installs on netbooks, etc.

 Richard 

What about the math? I am writing a technical document which requires
math formulas  even physics notation -e.g; (quantum) bracket- (it's
actually a physics document for a course). I'd like to collaborate with
someone to write it  edit it. Doesn't that requires TeX?


On 04/20/2012 07:03 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote:
 The best approach for ubuntu users which doesn't have a cxn is to
 create a local repository with debmirror in a place that you have cxn
 and then transport it to the place where you doesn't have the cxn.
 This is tedious but is the best way to do it.

 Alex 

Thanks Alex; I read that I could grab the local .deb files but these are
removed when I clean the system.


If you (any of you) care to guide me on how to download the packages so
I can make the install on the non-conected system, that would be greatly
appreciated; otherwise I will refer to the ubuntu forums!

Thanks all anyways

-- 
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: Remove parts from a class (e.g; Elsevier)

2012-05-03 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello Richard,

That's what I am doing; was ust curious if it is possible.

Thanks for your reply.

On Mon 30 Apr 2012 11:34:21 PM EEST, Richard Heck wrote:
 On 04/30/2012 02:49 PM, El Merehbi, Ibrahim wrote:
 I'd like to ask if it is possible to remove any embedded parts of a
 particular class. For example, in the Document class: article(Elsevier),
 the output displays Preprint submitted to Elsevier at the lower left
 of the first page.
 Yes, you can do this, but only by editing the document class itself.
 It'll be much easier just to switch the class and fix anything that
 breaks.

 Richard


--
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Fwd: Re: Re: LyX download size

2012-05-03 Thread Merhebi, Bob


 Original Message 
Subject:Re: Re: LyX download size
Date:   Thu, 03 May 2012 11:26:49 +0300
From:   Merhebi, Bob bobmerh...@gmail.com
Reply-To:   bobmerh...@gmail.com
To: ubuntu...@lists.ubuntu.com
CC: ubuntu-qa-requ...@lists.ubuntu.com, a...@cphr.edu.cu,
rgh...@comcast.net, hgg...@ubuntu.com, brucemcgov...@earthlink.net



Hello all,

On Wed, 04 Apr 2012 09:33:27 -0500, irlandes
brucemcgov...@earthlink.net wrote:
 Here is the list of LyX dependencies on 10.04, list obtained by apt-get
 remove and then cancel:

 The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer
 required:
 texlive-extra-utils texlive-base texlive-pictures-doc
 texlive-fonts-recommended doc-base texlive-pstricks-doc dvipng lmodern
 texlive-common
 texlive-latex-extra-doc libaiksaurus-1.2-0c2a texlive-pstricks luatex
 preview-latex-style ttf-lyx prosper tipa
 texlive-latex-recommended-doc texlive-latex-base-doc libkpathsea5
 libboost-signals1.40.0 libt1-5 libaiksaurus-1.2-data texlive-latex-extra
 texlive-binaries lyx-common libmldbm-perl libuuid-perl pgf
 texlive-latex-recommended texlive-generic-recommended texlive-latex-base
 texlive-fonts-recommended-doc libfreezethaw-perl ps2eps latex-beamer
 texlive-luatex texlive-font-utils latex-xcolor texlive-doc-base
 tex-common lacheck texlive-pictures



 I remember LyX as having a really big download, but don't have a
 computer to dink with. I have used LyX to produce a book.

I believe these are abandoned packages that are no longer required after
some upgrade to LyX or the respective packages!


On 04/07/2012 03:00 PM, C de-Avillez hgg...@ubuntu.com wrote:
 The actual DEPENDency list for Lyx is quite small:

 [cerdea-aws]cerdea@xango4-wired:~$ apt-cache depends lyx | grep Depend
 Depends: libboost-regex1.46.1
 Depends: libboost-signals1.46.1
 Depends: libc6
 Depends: libenchant1c2a
 Depends: libgcc1
 Depends: libmythes-1.2-0
 Depends: libqtcore4
 Depends: libqtgui4
 Depends: libstdc++6
 Depends: zlib1g
 Depends: lyx-common
 Depends: xdg-utils
 PreDepends: dpkg
 [cerdea-aws]cerdea@xango4-wired:~$ apt-cache depends lyx-common | grep
 Depend
 Depends: tex-common
 Depends: python
 PreDepends: dpkg
 [cerdea-aws]cerdea@xango4-wired:~$ apt-cache depends tex-common | grep
 Depend
 |Depends: debconf
 Depends: debconf-2.0
 Depends: ucf
 |Depends: debconf
 Depends: cdebconf
 Depends: dpkg
 [cerdea-aws]cerdea@xango4-wired:~$

 Also, some of the above are already present (like dpkg, libc6, etc).

 Now, if you are set to automatically install 'Recommends'... the indeed
 you are going to have a much larger install, since part of TeX will
 also be installed (and yes, it is BIG).

 My LyX install cannot be used as a sample, since I run SVN head and
 build it locally (with debug symbols).

Well as I recall I had the recommendations turned off. Besides, I
installed LyX with synaptic.

The bug appears to have been backed up by another user.

I thought ( it is true) that a stand-alone LyX is 30MB but I wasn't
aware that the TeX packages are the Big deal!

On 04/20/2012 04:46 PM, Richard Heck wrote:
 You do NOT have to have TeX installed to use LyX. Only to compile to
 PDF. Plenty of people use TeX-less installs on netbooks, etc.

 Richard 

What about the math? I am writing a technical document which requires
math formulas  even physics notation -e.g; (quantum) bracket- (it's
actually a physics document for a course). I'd like to collaborate with
someone to write it  edit it. Doesn't that requires TeX?


On 04/20/2012 07:03 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote:
 The best approach for ubuntu users which doesn't have a cxn is to
 create a local repository with debmirror in a place that you have cxn
 and then transport it to the place where you doesn't have the cxn.
 This is tedious but is the best way to do it.

 Alex 

Thanks Alex; I read that I could grab the local .deb files but these are
removed when I clean the system.


If you (any of you) care to guide me on how to download the packages so
I can make the install on the non-conected system, that would be greatly
appreciated; otherwise I will refer to the ubuntu forums!

Thanks all anyways

-- 
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: Remove parts from a class (e.g; Elsevier)

2012-05-03 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello Richard,

That's what I am doing; was ust curious if it is possible.

Thanks for your reply.

On Mon 30 Apr 2012 11:34:21 PM EEST, Richard Heck wrote:
 On 04/30/2012 02:49 PM, El Merehbi, Ibrahim wrote:
 I'd like to ask if it is possible to remove any embedded parts of a
 particular class. For example, in the Document class: article(Elsevier),
 the output displays Preprint submitted to Elsevier at the lower left
 of the first page.
 Yes, you can do this, but only by editing the document class itself.
 It'll be much easier just to switch the class and fix anything that
 breaks.

 Richard


--
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Fwd: Re: Re: LyX download size

2012-05-03 Thread Merhebi, Bob


 Original Message 
Subject:Re: Re: LyX download size
Date:   Thu, 03 May 2012 11:26:49 +0300
From:   Merhebi, Bob <bobmerh...@gmail.com>
Reply-To:   bobmerh...@gmail.com
To: ubuntu...@lists.ubuntu.com
CC: ubuntu-qa-requ...@lists.ubuntu.com, a...@cphr.edu.cu,
rgh...@comcast.net, hgg...@ubuntu.com, brucemcgov...@earthlink.net



Hello all,

On Wed, 04 Apr 2012 09:33:27 -0500, irlandes
<brucemcgov...@earthlink.net> wrote:
> Here is the list of LyX dependencies on 10.04, list obtained by apt-get
> remove and then cancel:
>
> The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer
> required:
> texlive-extra-utils texlive-base texlive-pictures-doc
> texlive-fonts-recommended doc-base texlive-pstricks-doc dvipng lmodern
> texlive-common
> texlive-latex-extra-doc libaiksaurus-1.2-0c2a texlive-pstricks luatex
> preview-latex-style ttf-lyx prosper tipa
> texlive-latex-recommended-doc texlive-latex-base-doc libkpathsea5
> libboost-signals1.40.0 libt1-5 libaiksaurus-1.2-data texlive-latex-extra
> texlive-binaries lyx-common libmldbm-perl libuuid-perl pgf
> texlive-latex-recommended texlive-generic-recommended texlive-latex-base
> texlive-fonts-recommended-doc libfreezethaw-perl ps2eps latex-beamer
> texlive-luatex texlive-font-utils latex-xcolor texlive-doc-base
> tex-common lacheck texlive-pictures
>
>
>
> I remember LyX as having a really big download, but don't have a
> computer to dink with. I have used LyX to produce a book.

I believe these are abandoned packages that are no longer required after
some upgrade to LyX or the respective packages!


On 04/07/2012 03:00 PM, C de-Avillez <hgg...@ubuntu.com> wrote:
> The actual DEPENDency list for Lyx is quite small:
>
> [cerdea-aws]cerdea@xango4-wired:~$ apt-cache depends lyx | grep Depend
> Depends: libboost-regex1.46.1
> Depends: libboost-signals1.46.1
> Depends: libc6
> Depends: libenchant1c2a
> Depends: libgcc1
> Depends: libmythes-1.2-0
> Depends: libqtcore4
> Depends: libqtgui4
> Depends: libstdc++6
> Depends: zlib1g
> Depends: lyx-common
> Depends: xdg-utils
> PreDepends: dpkg
> [cerdea-aws]cerdea@xango4-wired:~$ apt-cache depends lyx-common | grep
> Depend
> Depends: tex-common
> Depends: python
> PreDepends: dpkg
> [cerdea-aws]cerdea@xango4-wired:~$ apt-cache depends tex-common | grep
> Depend
> |Depends: debconf
> Depends: 
> Depends: ucf
> |Depends: debconf
> Depends: cdebconf
> Depends: dpkg
> [cerdea-aws]cerdea@xango4-wired:~$
>
> Also, some of the above are already present (like dpkg, libc6, etc).
>
> Now, if you are set to automatically install 'Recommends'... the indeed
> you are going to have a much larger install, since part of TeX will
> also be installed (and yes, it is BIG).
>
> My LyX install cannot be used as a sample, since I run SVN head and
> build it locally (with debug symbols).

Well as I recall I had the recommendations turned off. Besides, I
installed LyX with synaptic.

The bug appears to have been backed up by another user.

I thought (& it is true) that a stand-alone LyX is <30MB but I wasn't
aware that the TeX packages are the Big deal!

On 04/20/2012 04:46 PM, Richard Heck wrote:
> You do NOT have to have TeX installed to use LyX. Only to compile to
> PDF. Plenty of people use TeX-less installs on netbooks, etc.
>
> Richard 

What about the math? I am writing a technical document which requires
math formulas & even physics notation -e.g; (quantum) bracket- (it's
actually a physics document for a course). I'd like to collaborate with
someone to write it & edit it. Doesn't that requires TeX?


On 04/20/2012 07:03 PM, Alex Vergara Gil wrote:
> The best approach for ubuntu users which doesn't have a cxn is to
> create a local repository with debmirror in a place that you have cxn
> and then transport it to the place where you doesn't have the cxn.
> This is tedious but is the best way to do it.
>
> Alex 

Thanks Alex; I read that I could grab the local .deb files but these are
removed when I clean the system.


If you (any of you) care to guide me on how to download the packages so
I can make the install on the non-conected system, that would be greatly
appreciated; otherwise I will refer to the ubuntu forums!

Thanks all anyways

-- 
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

Thunderbird Signature



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Re: Remove parts from a class (e.g; Elsevier)

2012-05-03 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello Richard,

That's what I am doing; was ust curious if it is possible.

Thanks for your reply.

On Mon 30 Apr 2012 11:34:21 PM EEST, Richard Heck wrote:
> On 04/30/2012 02:49 PM, El Merehbi, Ibrahim wrote:
>> I'd like to ask if it is possible to remove any embedded parts of a
>> particular class. For example, in the Document class: article(Elsevier),
>> the output displays "Preprint submitted to Elsevier" at the lower left
>> of the first page.
> Yes, you can do this, but only by editing the document class itself.
> It'll be much easier just to switch the class and fix anything that
> breaks.
>
> Richard
>

--
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Boxing eqnarray

2012-04-23 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello again,

I was wondering whether it is possible to box an eqnarray?

I am usually use the TeX \boxed to box an equation but I can't seem to
be able to box an eqnarray. Is it possible?

Thanks

On 04/17/2012 09:41 AM, Bob Merhebi wrote:
 On Tue 17 Apr 2012 01:29:00 AM EEST, Thomas Coffee wrote:
 Also, pressing Ctrl+Enter in regular math mode will give you eqnarray.


 On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 9:09 PM, David L. Johnson
 david.john...@lehigh.edu mailto:david.john...@lehigh.edu wrote:

 On 04/15/2012 06:18 PM, El Merehbi, Ibrahim wrote:

 Hello again,

 I believe I didn't clear it out well. I meant a shortcut for the
 eqnarray not the equation numbering.

 Sorry, I misunderstood.  Add to the shortcuts something like this:

 command-sequence math-mode on; math-mutate eqnarray;

 and link it to your favorite hot-key.  I use F12.

 --

 David L. Johnson

 A mathematician is a machine for turning coffee into theorems.
-- Paul Erdos

 --

 oh thanks  for reminding  me of this :D I used it once; much better.

 I am always hesitant about keybindings since I never know If I'm using 
 a binding used by the system. For example, I do know that I can't use 
 F12 as David does since F12 is used for another  software that runs on 
 the system all the time  F12 is what brings it out when I need it!

 thank you all.

-- 
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Boxing eqnarray

2012-04-23 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello again,

I was wondering whether it is possible to box an eqnarray?

I am usually use the TeX \boxed to box an equation but I can't seem to
be able to box an eqnarray. Is it possible?

Thanks

On 04/17/2012 09:41 AM, Bob Merhebi wrote:
 On Tue 17 Apr 2012 01:29:00 AM EEST, Thomas Coffee wrote:
 Also, pressing Ctrl+Enter in regular math mode will give you eqnarray.


 On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 9:09 PM, David L. Johnson
 david.john...@lehigh.edu mailto:david.john...@lehigh.edu wrote:

 On 04/15/2012 06:18 PM, El Merehbi, Ibrahim wrote:

 Hello again,

 I believe I didn't clear it out well. I meant a shortcut for the
 eqnarray not the equation numbering.

 Sorry, I misunderstood.  Add to the shortcuts something like this:

 command-sequence math-mode on; math-mutate eqnarray;

 and link it to your favorite hot-key.  I use F12.

 --

 David L. Johnson

 A mathematician is a machine for turning coffee into theorems.
-- Paul Erdos

 --

 oh thanks  for reminding  me of this :D I used it once; much better.

 I am always hesitant about keybindings since I never know If I'm using 
 a binding used by the system. For example, I do know that I can't use 
 F12 as David does since F12 is used for another  software that runs on 
 the system all the time  F12 is what brings it out when I need it!

 thank you all.

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Boxing eqnarray

2012-04-23 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello again,

I was wondering whether it is possible to box an eqnarray?

I am usually use the TeX \boxed to box an equation but I can't seem to
be able to box an eqnarray. Is it possible?

Thanks

On 04/17/2012 09:41 AM, Bob Merhebi wrote:
> On Tue 17 Apr 2012 01:29:00 AM EEST, Thomas Coffee wrote:
>> Also, pressing Ctrl+Enter in regular math mode will give you eqnarray.
>>
>>
>> On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 9:09 PM, David L. Johnson
>> <david.john...@lehigh.edu <mailto:david.john...@lehigh.edu>> wrote:
>>
>> On 04/15/2012 06:18 PM, El Merehbi, Ibrahim wrote:
>>
>> Hello again,
>>
>> I believe I didn't clear it out well. I meant a shortcut for the
>> "eqnarray" not the equation numbering.
>>
>> Sorry, I misunderstood.  Add to the shortcuts something like this:
>>
>> command-sequence math-mode on; math-mutate eqnarray;
>>
>> and link it to your favorite hot-key.  I use F12.
>>
>> --
>>
>> David L. Johnson
>>
>> A mathematician is a machine for turning coffee into theorems.
>>-- Paul Erdos
>>
>> --
>>
> oh thanks  for reminding  me of this :D I used it once; much better.
>
> I am always hesitant about keybindings since I never know If I'm using 
> a binding used by the system. For example, I do know that I can't use 
> F12 as David does since F12 is used for another  software that runs on 
> the system all the time & F12 is what brings it out when I need it!
>
> thank you all.

-- 
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: LyX on Ubuntu Precise (12.04): big download size!

2012-04-19 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello again,

Thanks Rob  Liviu. I reported a bug  it has been confirmed:
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lyx/+bug/974269

Just one question: for LyX to work it requires TeX packages right? How
big should that be for a regular usage involving mathematics  physics?
Moreover, how can I install it (with TeX packages; more accurately: like
it is installed on my system!) on a system with no connection?

On 04/03/2012 07:07 PM, Rob Oakes wrote:
 On 4/3/2012 10:01 AM, BOB Merhebi wrote:
 Hello all,

 I've been testing Ubuntu12.04 lately  just now I was thinking of
 using LyX on it. TO my big surprise the LyX requires a large download
 of ~450 MB+. I am shocked!!! IS that the true size? If not mistaken I
 recall that on 10.04 it required ~ 25MB. Am I mistaken? Is there
 something wrong?
 Hi Bob,

 The download from Ubuntu was probably a debug build. These are much
 larger than the release build. You might want to contact the Ubuntu
 project and let them know that the build is much larger than expected.
 Liviu Andronic manages a PPA with an unofficial build, which might be
 less damaging to your Internet quota
 (https://launchpad.net/~lyx-devel/+archive/release). I'm not sure he's
 added support for Precise Penguin, yet, though.

 Another idea is that they may have changed the LaTeX dependencies. If
 so, it might be downloading a lot of extra TeX packages that aren't needed.

 Regardless, I would definitely get in touch with the Ubuntu project. To
 the best of my knowledge, they don't subscribe to this list, and it's
 something that they will want to hear about.

 Cheers,

 Rob


On 04/03/2012 08:00 PM, Liviu Andronic wrote:
 On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 6:07 PM, Rob Oakes lyx-de...@oak-tree.us wrote:
 The download from Ubuntu was probably a debug build. These are much
 larger than the release build. You might want to contact the Ubuntu
 project and let them know that the build is much larger than expected.
 Liviu Andronic manages a PPA with an unofficial build, which might be
 less damaging to your Internet quota
 (https://launchpad.net/~lyx-devel/+archive/release). I'm not sure he's
 added support for Precise Penguin, yet, though.

 A version for Precise is available at my experimental PPA [1]. When I
 get some positive feedback on the build and/or Precise gets released,
 I will move it to the lyx-devel PPA.

 [1] https://launchpad.net/~landronimirc/+archive/experimental


 Another idea is that they may have changed the LaTeX dependencies. If
 so, it might be downloading a lot of extra TeX packages that aren't needed.

 I am also suspecting that your total download size contains a bunch of
 LaTeX dependencies. Else, see Rob's comments.

 Regards
 Liviu

-- 
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: LyX on Ubuntu Precise (12.04): big download size!

2012-04-19 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello again,

Thanks Rob  Liviu. I reported a bug  it has been confirmed:
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lyx/+bug/974269

Just one question: for LyX to work it requires TeX packages right? How
big should that be for a regular usage involving mathematics  physics?
Moreover, how can I install it (with TeX packages; more accurately: like
it is installed on my system!) on a system with no connection?

On 04/03/2012 07:07 PM, Rob Oakes wrote:
 On 4/3/2012 10:01 AM, BOB Merhebi wrote:
 Hello all,

 I've been testing Ubuntu12.04 lately  just now I was thinking of
 using LyX on it. TO my big surprise the LyX requires a large download
 of ~450 MB+. I am shocked!!! IS that the true size? If not mistaken I
 recall that on 10.04 it required ~ 25MB. Am I mistaken? Is there
 something wrong?
 Hi Bob,

 The download from Ubuntu was probably a debug build. These are much
 larger than the release build. You might want to contact the Ubuntu
 project and let them know that the build is much larger than expected.
 Liviu Andronic manages a PPA with an unofficial build, which might be
 less damaging to your Internet quota
 (https://launchpad.net/~lyx-devel/+archive/release). I'm not sure he's
 added support for Precise Penguin, yet, though.

 Another idea is that they may have changed the LaTeX dependencies. If
 so, it might be downloading a lot of extra TeX packages that aren't needed.

 Regardless, I would definitely get in touch with the Ubuntu project. To
 the best of my knowledge, they don't subscribe to this list, and it's
 something that they will want to hear about.

 Cheers,

 Rob


On 04/03/2012 08:00 PM, Liviu Andronic wrote:
 On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 6:07 PM, Rob Oakes lyx-de...@oak-tree.us wrote:
 The download from Ubuntu was probably a debug build. These are much
 larger than the release build. You might want to contact the Ubuntu
 project and let them know that the build is much larger than expected.
 Liviu Andronic manages a PPA with an unofficial build, which might be
 less damaging to your Internet quota
 (https://launchpad.net/~lyx-devel/+archive/release). I'm not sure he's
 added support for Precise Penguin, yet, though.

 A version for Precise is available at my experimental PPA [1]. When I
 get some positive feedback on the build and/or Precise gets released,
 I will move it to the lyx-devel PPA.

 [1] https://launchpad.net/~landronimirc/+archive/experimental


 Another idea is that they may have changed the LaTeX dependencies. If
 so, it might be downloading a lot of extra TeX packages that aren't needed.

 I am also suspecting that your total download size contains a bunch of
 LaTeX dependencies. Else, see Rob's comments.

 Regards
 Liviu

-- 
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: LyX on Ubuntu Precise (12.04): big download size!

2012-04-19 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello again,

Thanks Rob & Liviu. I reported a bug & it has been confirmed:
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lyx/+bug/974269

Just one question: for LyX to work it requires TeX packages right? How
big should that be for a regular usage involving mathematics & physics?
Moreover, how can I install it (with TeX packages; more accurately: like
it is installed on my system!) on a system with no connection?

On 04/03/2012 07:07 PM, Rob Oakes wrote:
> On 4/3/2012 10:01 AM, BOB Merhebi wrote:
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I've been testing Ubuntu12.04 lately & just now I was thinking of
>> using LyX on it. TO my big surprise the LyX requires a large download
>> of ~450 MB+. I am shocked!!! IS that the true size? If not mistaken I
>> recall that on 10.04 it required ~ 25MB. Am I mistaken? Is there
>> something wrong?
> Hi Bob,
>
> The download from Ubuntu was probably a debug build. These are much
> larger than the release build. You might want to contact the Ubuntu
> project and let them know that the build is much larger than expected.
> Liviu Andronic manages a PPA with an unofficial build, which might be
> less damaging to your Internet quota
> (https://launchpad.net/~lyx-devel/+archive/release). I'm not sure he's
> added support for Precise Penguin, yet, though.
>
> Another idea is that they may have changed the LaTeX dependencies. If
> so, it might be downloading a lot of extra TeX packages that aren't needed.
>
> Regardless, I would definitely get in touch with the Ubuntu project. To
> the best of my knowledge, they don't subscribe to this list, and it's
> something that they will want to hear about.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Rob


On 04/03/2012 08:00 PM, Liviu Andronic wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 6:07 PM, Rob Oakes <lyx-de...@oak-tree.us> wrote:
>> The download from Ubuntu was probably a debug build. These are much
>> larger than the release build. You might want to contact the Ubuntu
>> project and let them know that the build is much larger than expected.
>> Liviu Andronic manages a PPA with an unofficial build, which might be
>> less damaging to your Internet quota
>> (https://launchpad.net/~lyx-devel/+archive/release). I'm not sure he's
>> added support for Precise Penguin, yet, though.
>>
> A version for Precise is available at my experimental PPA [1]. When I
> get some positive feedback on the build and/or Precise gets released,
> I will move it to the lyx-devel PPA.
>
> [1] https://launchpad.net/~landronimirc/+archive/experimental
>
>
>> Another idea is that they may have changed the LaTeX dependencies. If
>> so, it might be downloading a lot of extra TeX packages that aren't needed.
>>
> I am also suspecting that your total download size contains a bunch of
> LaTeX dependencies. Else, see Rob's comments.
>
> Regards
> Liviu

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Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: numbering multi-line formulas

2012-04-13 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello David,

Thanks for your reply on this topic; I also benefited from this. One
question though; isn't there a keyboard shortcut to use it instead of
using the menus?

On 04/11/2012 08:13 AM, David L. Johnson wrote:
 The problem is that a matrix does not really give you a multi-line
 formula, it is a one-line formula including a matrix.  To get a
 multiline formula, use one of the aligned environments.  I prefer the
 eqnarray environment.  Then you can number each line of the multi-line
 environment.  I will attach a simply LyX file showing first an
 eqnarray environment, then a matrix environment, both numbered, but
 the matrix only allows numbering of the whole thing.

Another question is regarding fullscreen mode; the math toolbar pops out
when I use Ctrl(+Shift)+M  that's useful, but what about the main
toolbar? is there a way to bring it out temporarily in fullscreen mode?

-- 
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-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: numbering multi-line formulas

2012-04-13 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello David,

Thanks for your reply on this topic; I also benefited from this. One
question though; isn't there a keyboard shortcut to use it instead of
using the menus?

On 04/11/2012 08:13 AM, David L. Johnson wrote:
 The problem is that a matrix does not really give you a multi-line
 formula, it is a one-line formula including a matrix.  To get a
 multiline formula, use one of the aligned environments.  I prefer the
 eqnarray environment.  Then you can number each line of the multi-line
 environment.  I will attach a simply LyX file showing first an
 eqnarray environment, then a matrix environment, both numbered, but
 the matrix only allows numbering of the whole thing.

Another question is regarding fullscreen mode; the math toolbar pops out
when I use Ctrl(+Shift)+M  that's useful, but what about the main
toolbar? is there a way to bring it out temporarily in fullscreen mode?

-- 
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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Re: numbering multi-line formulas

2012-04-13 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello David,

Thanks for your reply on this topic; I also benefited from this. One
question though; isn't there a keyboard shortcut to use it instead of
using the menus?

On 04/11/2012 08:13 AM, David L. Johnson wrote:
> The problem is that a matrix does not really give you a multi-line
> formula, it is a one-line formula including a matrix.  To get a
> multiline formula, use one of the aligned environments.  I prefer the
> eqnarray environment.  Then you can number each line of the multi-line
> environment.  I will attach a simply LyX file showing first an
> eqnarray environment, then a matrix environment, both numbered, but
> the matrix only allows numbering of the whole thing.

Another question is regarding fullscreen mode; the math toolbar pops out
when I use Ctrl(+Shift)+M & that's useful, but what about the main
toolbar? is there a way to bring it out "temporarily" in fullscreen mode?

-- 
Sincerely Yours,
-Merhebi, Bob

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2012-03-14 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello,

Just a simple question: Is there a way to keep figures, sections 
subsctionslabels separate?

I am asking this since it is quite annoying to search for a label in the
cross reference window!!!

thanks
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2012-03-14 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello,

Just a simple question: Is there a way to keep figures, sections 
subsctionslabels separate?

I am asking this since it is quite annoying to search for a label in the
cross reference window!!!

thanks
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2012-03-14 Thread Merhebi, Bob
Hello,

Just a simple question: Is there a way to keep figures, sections &
subsctions"labels" separate?

I am asking this since it is quite annoying to search for a label in the
cross reference window!!!

thanks
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-Merhebi, Bob

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