Re: Best reference manger

2022-03-24 Thread Murat Yildizoglu via lyx-users
Hello Lu,
Under OSX, I prefer Bibdesk with Zotero. The latter can be used in other OSs. 

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> Le 25 mars 2022 à 10:47, Lou via lyx-users  a écrit :
> 
> 
> Is jabref the best way to find and cite bibliography references in Lyx? Is 
> there a better, easier way? 
> 
> Lou
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Re: EPUB converter

2022-03-07 Thread Murat Yildizoglu via lyx-users
When I have contacted Alex last year when I was converting my book, I have 
understood that he is not continuing to work on this project anymore. 
Fortunately, ElyXer continues to be functional with LyX. But I have met some 
quirks during the translation. I had to correct them by custom scripts that I 
execute ex-post, after the first conversion.
It is a pity because Elyxer continues to give the most beautiful output to my 
taste. For example, math is beautifully converted using Mathjax.

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Le 7 mars 2022 à 19:02 +0700, Dr Eberhard Lisse via lyx-users 
, a écrit :
>
> Ken
>
> there is a mailing list/news group for elyxer (last traffic 2017)
>
> elyxer-us...@nongnu.org
> gmane.editors.lyx.elyxer
>
> el
>
>
> On 2022-03-07 04:35 , Ken Kopelson via lyx-users wrote:
> [...]
> > Speaking of which, I did run into a problem with the LyXHTML export
> > from LyX. The other HTML exports from LyX all include the output
> > contained in Tex Code insets, while the LyXHTML export does not. This
> > creates a problem for using any kind of /lettrine or "initials"
> > functionality in your book, which is quite a problem.
> >
> > What I did to fix the problem is include a configurable table in the
> > converter that automatically includes the starting text for each
> > paragraph. Anytime I would change the first words of a paragraph, I
> > would have to make a change in the converter's configuration file,
> > changing the text there also. This is obviously extremely hacky, but
> > it does get the job done. If only the LyX team would fix the LyXHTML
> > export so it includes any text in a Tex Code block, ideally executing
> > the Tex Code so it properly adjusts the text size, that would be
> > ideal. The regular HTML export does this, so it should be easy to
> > just port that code over to the LyXHTML export. At least, one would
> > hope so.
> [...]
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Re: EPUB converter

2022-03-05 Thread Murat Yildizoglu via lyx-users
ex}}{}
>>> 
>>> as ERT.
>>> 
>>> Looks complicated, is complicated, but once it works no further
>>> touching required.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> In the meantime I have pulled
>>> 
>>> http://www.editorium.com/ftp/LyXBookSampler.zip
>>> 
>>> from
>>> 
>>> https://wiki.lyx.org/Layouts/Layouts
>>> 
>>> and will start some RTFM :-)-O
>>> 
>>> greetings, el
>>> 
>>> 
>>> On 03/03/2022 00:58, Ken Kopelson via lyx-users wrote:  
>>>> Hello LyX users,
>>>> 
>>>> I am sending this email to let people know that I have produced a
>>>> converter for LyX that produces an excellent quality EPUB/Kindle
>>>> file.  
>>> [...]  
>>>> I love using LyX with the LyXBook theme (as it has the greatest
>>>> number of paragraph formats), and I am able to set up a system of
>>>> files, having different Front Matter versions.  
>>> [...]  
>>>> I know that the next version of LyX is supposed to produce EPUB,  
>>> [...]  
>>>> As one final problem, the LyXHTML export fails to include anything
>>>> in the LaTeK code blocks,  
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Re: "Lyx must be updated"

2021-12-16 Thread Murat Yildizoglu via lyx-users
This is good news Stephan! Lyx is already pretty quick under Rosetta, but it 
should be quicker in native habits probably.
I have not checked TexLive, if it is M1 or Intel now. Maybe I should check it 
also. 
The nice speed and battery boost we get under M1 is so good, I have not really 
had the need to optimize anything yet :-)

> On 17 December 2021, at 04:16, Stephan Witt  wrote:
> 
> Am 16.12.2021 um 09:56 schrieb Murat Yildizoglu via lyx-users 
> :
>> 
>> I have tried to send this to lyx-devel but I am not a member.
>> 
>>> Begin forwarded message:
>>> 
>>> From: lyx-devel-ow...@lists.lyx.org
>>> Subject: "Lyx must be updated"
>>> Date: 16 December 2021 at 15:55:19 GMT+7
>>> To: myi...@gmail.com
>>> 
>>> Due to the massive amount of spam that this list receives, non-members
>>> are not permitted to post to this list. Please subscribe if you would
>>> like to post. (If you are trying to file a bug report, you can instead
>>> do that at https://www.lyx.org/trac/newticket.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> From: Murat Yildizoglu 
>>> Subject: "Lyx must be updated"
>>> Date: 16 December 2021 at 15:55:13 GMT+7
>>> To: LyX Developers 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> This is what OSX 12.1 tells me now with Lyx  LyX-2.3.6.2.
>>> 
>>> ""LyX" needs to be updated
>>> This app will not work with future versions of
>>> macOS and needs to be updated to improve
>>> compatibility. Contact the developer for more
>>> information.”
>>> 
>>> I imagine that the next version will be good with future versions of OSX.
>>> 
>>> I have just wanted to inform.
>>> 
>>> Best regards,
>>> Murat
> 
> Hi Murat,
> 
> that’s probably because of the LyX-2.3.6.2 package is pure Intel code and the 
> friendly OS wants to warn you about the fact the Apple company is on the way 
> to drop the support for the Intel CPUs.
> 
> The upcoming LyX-2.4 and the next LyX-2.3 release will be build for both CPU 
> architectures - the Intel and the Apple M1 chips.
> 
> Best regards,
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Fwd: "Lyx must be updated"

2021-12-16 Thread Murat Yildizoglu via lyx-users
I have tried to send this to lyx-devel but I am not a member.

> Begin forwarded message:
> 
> From: lyx-devel-ow...@lists.lyx.org
> Subject: "Lyx must be updated"
> Date: 16 December 2021 at 15:55:19 GMT+7
> To: myi...@gmail.com
> 
> Due to the massive amount of spam that this list receives, non-members
> are not permitted to post to this list. Please subscribe if you would
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> 
> 
> From: Murat Yildizoglu 
> Subject: "Lyx must be updated"
> Date: 16 December 2021 at 15:55:13 GMT+7
> To: LyX Developers 
> 
> 
> This is what OSX 12.1 tells me now with Lyx  LyX-2.3.6.2.
> 
> ""LyX" needs to be updated
> This app will not work with future versions of
> macOS and needs to be updated to improve
> compatibility. Contact the developer for more
> information.”
> 
> I imagine that the next version will be good with future versions of OSX.
> 
> I have just wanted to inform.
> 
> Best regards,
> Murat
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 

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Re: Graphic file formats

2021-12-09 Thread Murat Yildizoglu via lyx-users
I understand Rich. I tend to think that when outliers are important, boxplots 
are maybe not the best way to represent such a data. For example, they easily 
get difficult to interpret because of the compression imposed by them on the 
boxes, given the axes’ scales. 

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> Le 9 déc. 2021 à 23:04, Rich Shepard via lyx-users  
> a écrit :
> 
> On Thu, 9 Dec 2021, Murat Yildizoglu via lyx-users wrote:
> 
>> In Rich’s specific case, I suspect that the outliers of the boxplots crowd
>> the plot. ggplot has an option for not plotting them, then you have just
>> simple boxes left on the plot, and they do not need much memory, a few Ko
>> only.
> 
> Murat,
> 
> Addressing environmental regulatory issues outliers are very important.
> 
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Re: Graphic file formats

2021-12-09 Thread Murat Yildizoglu via lyx-users
You can even save in PNG from R and choose the definition in dpi that you want 
and the size of the bitmap plot. You can make them quite big, they will never 
be as demanding as a vector image (as in a pdf export)  with thousands data 
points.

In Rich’s specific case, I suspect that the outliers of the boxplots crowd the 
plot. ggplot has an option for not plotting them, then you have just simple 
boxes left on the plot, and they do not need much memory, a few Ko only.

For showing data distribution, I also like to use, when they are informative 
and relevant, kernel-density plots instead of data points.

I have had to find these substitution strategies because my points plots were 
saturating the lab printer’s memory, giving incomplete printed pages (and yes, 
the pages were also slow to show on screen of course with machines of that 
time).


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Le 9 déc. 2021 à 20:57 +0700, Herbert Voss via lyx-users 
, a écrit :
>
>
> Am 08.12.21 um 18:09 schrieb Rich Shepard via lyx-users:
> > On Wed, 8 Dec 2021, Steve Litt wrote:
> >
> > > That's a lot of time. How many words is this book?
> >
> >
> > It's not the document's size, but the PDF image's size. I've attached
> > a copy
> > of the 3.7M file so everyone can play with loading it in a document.
>
> Here: https://hvoss.org/document2.pdf is a pdf with your image,
> the first one as pdf the second one as png:
>
> -rw-r--r--   1 voss  wheel   108688  9 Dez 14:49 all-discharge-plots-1.png
> -rw-r--r--@  1 voss  wheel  3704503  9 Dez 14:45 all-discharge-plots.pdf
>
> the ong has only 108kB and was converted with pdftocairo -png ...
>
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Re: Graphic file formats

2021-12-08 Thread Murat Yildizoglu via lyx-users
I am not a pdf expert but this rather surprising given my experience with R 
plots. Rich, have you checked that the figures have not been converted to 
bitmaps with a default (and probably insufficient ) quality during this 
compression?
You can check it by zooming in on the figures to see if they quickly pixellise 
and become ugly. 

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> Le 9 déc. 2021 à 00:54, Rich Shepard  a écrit :
> 
> On Wed, 8 Dec 2021, Steve Litt wrote:
> 
>> There are ways to shrink PDF size:
>> Web search: linux shrink pdf size
> 
> SteveT,
> 
> First hit uses ghostscript; I never dove deep into gs and didn't know that
> it can effectively compress a PDF file. It compressed the original 3,704,503
> byte file to 897,417 bytes; a reduction of 76%. That's impressive.
> 
> Thanks for the valuable lesson!
> 
> Stay well,
> 
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Re: Graphic file formatsx

2021-12-08 Thread Murat Yildizoglu via lyx-users
This is not a problem of the text content.

 When you create a points plot in R, it puts the information about all the 
points in the exported PDF figure, even if many of them correspond to the same 
coordinates. It does not « flatten » the pdf figure. When you plot millions of 
points, that results in a lot of information and may necessitate considerable 
amount of memory from the computer for displaying on the screen or from the 
printer, to transfer on paper. 
When we export to a bitmap format like PNG, the information is « flattened » 
and all points that fall on the same pixels are coded just the value of these 
pixels. That makes the figure easier to handle. 

When you do a curve plot (like a density plot, for example) this problem does 
not exist. This is another strategy that I  use when possible: can I show the 
same informed with a curve instead of with dots? If yes, I go for it. It is 
much more parsimonious. 

Using a bitmap format with correct proportions and sufficient density, the 
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> Le 9 déc. 2021 à 00:37, Steve Litt  a écrit :
> 
> Rich Shepard said on Wed, 8 Dec 2021 07:51:56 -0800 (PST)
> 
>> On Wed, 8 Dec 2021, Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote:
> 
>>> For my big handbook (which takes 110 seconds to compile (70 on the
>>> M1)) I have split this into child documents which compile
>>> individually within 10 to 15 seconds.  
>> 
>> How about loading a PDF image that's 3,704,503 bytes in size while
>> reading your big handbook?
> 
> OK, 3,704,503 bytes got my attention. No wonder it's slow.
> 
> There are ways to shrink PDF size:
> 
> Web search: linux shrink pdf size
> 
> SteveT
> 
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Re: Graphic file formats

2021-12-07 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Dear Rich,
If the plot has many points, the PDF may not be the best choice. I have even 
seen cases where the printer cannot process the page with such a plot   I 
generally choose to export such graphics as a bitmap (PNG) with a high 
definition for ensuring a sufficient quality for inclusion in the final pdf 
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> Le 8 déc. 2021 à 07:05, Rich Shepard  a écrit :
> 
> On Tue, 7 Dec 2021, Steve Litt wrote:
> 
>> As far as my diagrams created in Inkscape, I put them in the images folder
>> as .svg, and tell LyX to compile each to PDF. PDF completely saves the
>> vector information, so that you can resize without significant jaggies.
> 
> Steve,
> 
> I don't use Inkscape. My images are created by R and GRASS.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
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Re: Beamer: reveal a multi-line math line-by-line?

2021-02-21 Thread Murat Yildizoglu


> Le 22 févr. 2021 à 12:56, Scott Kostyshak  a écrit :
> 
> Is there a way to not have to use full ERT to reveal a multi-line math
> line-by-line? This can be accomplished with LaTeX with the following
> solution:
> 
>  
> https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/60689/uncover-lines-of-an-align-environment-with-beamer
> 
> but I don't see how I can avoid doing the full align in ERT. Is there
> any other easier LyX-friendly solution?
> 
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Hello Scott,

I use this kind of trick (see the LyX screenshot). Is this what you are looking 
for?

Murat



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Re: L3-Programming-Layer????

2021-02-15 Thread Murat Yildizoglu

> Le 16 févr. 2021 à 12:30, Andrew Parsloe  a écrit :
> 
> 
> On 16/02/2021 5:10 pm, Murat Yildizoglu wrote:
>> 
>> 
>>> Le 16 févr. 2021 à 11:07, Richard Kimberly Heck  a écrit :
>>> 
>>> On 2/15/21 10:55 PM, Murat Yildizoglu wrote:
>>>> Dear Lyxers,
>>>> 
>>>> I have recently observed that I see the message (L3-Programming-Layer) 
>>>> followed by a date (2021-02-06) in the status bar when I compile a 
>>>> document. 
>>>> 
>>>> Do you have any idea about its meaning and origin?
>>> 
>>> That is the LaTeX version you have telling you that it is the latest and
>>> greatest.
>>> 
>>> Riki
>>> 
>>> 
>> 
>> Ah, Thank you Richard!
>> I have recently updated to MacTex 2020 and this change came with it probably.
>> 
>> Happy to use the greatest version! :-)
>> 
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> More specifically: L3 (usually lowercase l3) refers to the LaTeX3 project 
> which has created a suite of macros organized into a programming language 
> expl3 that is systematic in a way that TeX and LaTeX2e are not (although in 
> the end the functions/statements in expl3 resolve themselves into TeX 
> commands). See the documentation in the l3kernel package, particularly 
> interface3.pdf. Increasing numbers of packages are being created using expl3. 
> I've managed to write a couple, one stretching to many thousands of lines of 
> code, whereas I struggle to cobble  5 lines of (La)TeX together. I presume 
> the message in LyX means it is using expl3.
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Thank you Andrew for this interesting information. I have followed the 
development of L3 in the beginning but stopped  it because it was quite slow to 
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Re: L3-Programming-Layer????

2021-02-15 Thread Murat Yildizoglu


> Le 16 févr. 2021 à 11:07, Richard Kimberly Heck  a écrit :
> 
> On 2/15/21 10:55 PM, Murat Yildizoglu wrote:
>> Dear Lyxers,
>> 
>> I have recently observed that I see the message (L3-Programming-Layer) 
>> followed by a date (2021-02-06) in the status bar when I compile a document. 
>> 
>> Do you have any idea about its meaning and origin?
> 
> That is the LaTeX version you have telling you that it is the latest and
> greatest.
> 
> Riki
> 
> 

Ah, Thank you Richard!
I have recently updated to MacTex 2020 and this change came with it probably.

Happy to use the greatest version! :-)

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L3-Programming-Layer????

2021-02-15 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Dear Lyxers,

I have recently observed that I see the message (L3-Programming-Layer) followed 
by a date (2021-02-06) in the status bar when I compile a document. 

Do you have any idea about its meaning and origin?

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Re: Markdown to Lyx

2020-12-14 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
I send this message again, it seems that it has not been received by list 
members. 

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> Le 14 déc. 2020 à 12:27, Murat Yildizoglu  a écrit :
> 
> Hello,
> 
> I have now created the WiKi page: https://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/ConvertMarkdown
> 
> Strangely, the links to Pandoc that I have put in the top part wait for 
> approval, while other links I have put on the. Bottom of the page have been 
> activated immediately. 
> 
> Could someone with admin privileges could activate these links?
> 
> Very cordially,
> 
> Murat
> 
>> Le 14 déc. 2020 à 00:27, José Abílio Matos  a écrit :
>> 
>> On Friday, December 11, 2020 8:50:36 AM WET Dr Eberhard W Lisse wrote:
>> > Murat,
>> >
>> > also look for pandoc’s template (-t latex) which you can modify. You really
>> > want Koma-Script instead of the standard (ie scrartcl vs article), and you
>> > also want LuaLaTeX (if you are not using it already.
>> >
>> > Then google
>> >
>> > https://www.google.com/search?q=pandoc+latex+template
>> >
>> > I took the example from Wandmalfarbe and modified it heavily for my use two
>> > years ago and had to use a little Perl because tex2lyx produced some ERT,
>> > but tex2lyx has been revised a number of times by then, and, as I wrote
>> > before my situation was very specific.
>> >
>> > My latest hobby, by the way, is to re-engineer hardcopy forms in LyX and
>> > then use Perl’s template toolkit to have my practice software fill in my
>> > patients’ details :-)-O.
>> >
>> > Even figured out a way to generate a realistically looking date stamp  
>> > which
>> > varies by location and rotation randomly a little and put it into the
>> > preamble so no ERT when it appears in the PDF. But I had to have someone
>> > explain my own LaTeX code to me :-)-O
>> >
>> > greetings, el
>> 
>> Hi Eberhard and Murat,
>>   I always find these threads very enlightening. :-)
>> 
>> If you find the time and motivation it would be nice to add these nice 
>> snippets to the LyX wiki so they do not get forget here.
>> 
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Re: Markdown to Lyx

2020-12-13 Thread Murat Yildizoglu


> Le 11 déc. 2020 à 15:50, Dr Eberhard W Lisse  a écrit :
> 
> Murat,
> 
> also look for pandoc’s template (-t latex) which you can modify. You really 
> want Koma-Script instead of the standard (ie scrartcl vs article), and you 
> also want LuaLaTeX (if you are not using it already.
>  
> Then google 
> 
> https://www.google.com/search?q=pandoc+latex+template 
> <https://www.google.com/search?q=pandoc+latex+template>
> 
> I took the example from Wandmalfarbe and modified it heavily for my use two 
> years ago and had to use a little Perl because tex2lyx produced some ERT, but 
> tex2lyx has been revised a number of times by then, and, as I wrote before my 
> situation was very specific.
> 
> My latest hobby, by the way, is to re-engineer hardcopy forms in LyX and then 
> use Perl’s template toolkit to have my practice software fill in my patients’ 
> details :-)-O. 
> 
> Even figured out a way to generate a realistically looking date stamp  which 
> varies by location and rotation randomly a little and put it into the 
> preamble so no ERT when it appears in the PDF. But I had to have someone 
> explain my own LaTeX code to me :-)-O
> 
> greetings, el
> 
> — 
> Sent from Dr Lisse’s iPhone
> On 11 Dec 2020, 06:19 +0200, Murat Yildizoglu , wrote:
>> Hello Eberhard,
>> Thank you very much for your suggestions. I think Hazel + some scripting 
>> could make life easier if I have to tweak too much things, too frequently in 
>> this process.
>> 
>> In the meantime, I have discovered that with correct options in Pandoc (and 
>> I have not explored them all yet), the document obtained through the import 
>> filters is already pretty decent in fact. Kudos to LyX again!
>> 
>> I currently use the following command line for md -> tex conversion :
>> 
>> pandoc -s  -f markdown-auto_identifiers+raw_tex -t latex   -o $$o $$I
>> 
>> -auto_identifiers+raw_tex extensions, respectively,  eliminate some 
>> automatic referencing that does not play very well with LyX, and the 
>> possibility of including raw latex in the MD document.
>> 
>> With time, I will have to make things more sophist aced (including YAML 
>> headers, references etc.) but for now I am quite happy with what I get as a 
>> basis.
>> 
>> Best regards,
>> 
>> Murat
>> 
>> 
>>> Le 11 déc. 2020 à 00:33, Dr Eberhard W Lisse >> <mailto:nos...@lisse.na>> a écrit :
>>> 
>>> Murat,
>>> 
>>> I would not do that through an import from the LyX GUI.
>>> 
>>> Convert to LaTeX (with pandoc) and then modify the template pandoc uses
>>> in steps until the TeX file it produces converts into proper LyX
>>> (tex2lyx).
>>> 
>>> Write yourself a Makefile, especially if a little Perl or Python is
>>> required to make changes to the LyX file.
>>> 
>>> I once had to take a MindMap and generate a Beamer presentation, so a
>>> little AppleScript was even required in the Makefile to export to
>>> Markdown, but eventually this worked out great.
>>> 
>>> Same for trying to dictate, which does not work with LyX at all.
>>> Markdown works very well, and a little Makefile produces very nice LyX.
>>> 
>>> make is part of the XCode Command Line Tools which you get from the
>>> command line with
>>> 
>>> sudo xcode-select --install
>>> 
>>> el
>>> 
>>> On 2020-12-10 05:15 , Murat Yildizoglu wrote:
>>>> Hello All,
>>>> I am trying to find a way to directly import markdown documents in Lyx.
>>>> 
>>>> I have created a Markdown file type and a filter Markdown->Latex using
>>> a pandoc command for the conversion:
>>>> pandoc -f markdown_mmd -t latex   -o $$o $$I
>>>> But Lyx does not include this type in the import menu.
>>>> What am I missing?
>>>> How can I do this?
>>>> Is this possible?
>>>> 
>>>> Thank you for your help!
>>>> 
>>>> Murat
>>>> 
>>> 
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>> 
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>> Expertise France
>> 
>> On temporary leave from 
>> University of Bordeaux
>> 
>> http://yildizoglu.fr <http://yildizoglu.fr/>
>> 
>> 


Thank you very much for pointing to this very interesting possibility Eberhard!
 I have included it in the Wiki page.

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Re: Markdown to Lyx

2020-12-13 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hello,

I have now created the WiKi page: https://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/ConvertMarkdown 
<https://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/ConvertMarkdown>

Strangely, the links to Pandoc that I have put in the top part wait for 
approval, while other links I have put on the. Bottom of the page have been 
activated immediately. 

Could someone with admin privileges could activate these links?

Very cordially,

Murat

> Le 14 déc. 2020 à 00:27, José Abílio Matos  a écrit :
> 
> On Friday, December 11, 2020 8:50:36 AM WET Dr Eberhard W Lisse wrote:
> > Murat,
> >
> > also look for pandoc’s template (-t latex) which you can modify. You really
> > want Koma-Script instead of the standard (ie scrartcl vs article), and you
> > also want LuaLaTeX (if you are not using it already.
> >
> > Then google
> >
> > https://www.google.com/search?q=pandoc+latex+template
> >
> > I took the example from Wandmalfarbe and modified it heavily for my use two
> > years ago and had to use a little Perl because tex2lyx produced some ERT,
> > but tex2lyx has been revised a number of times by then, and, as I wrote
> > before my situation was very specific.
> >
> > My latest hobby, by the way, is to re-engineer hardcopy forms in LyX and
> > then use Perl’s template toolkit to have my practice software fill in my
> > patients’ details :-)-O.
> >
> > Even figured out a way to generate a realistically looking date stamp  which
> > varies by location and rotation randomly a little and put it into the
> > preamble so no ERT when it appears in the PDF. But I had to have someone
> > explain my own LaTeX code to me :-)-O
> >
> > greetings, el
> 
> Hi Eberhard and Murat,
>   I always find these threads very enlightening. :-)
> 
> If you find the time and motivation it would be nice to add these nice 
> snippets to the LyX wiki so they do not get forget here.
> 
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Re: Markdown to Lyx

2020-12-13 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hi José,
I have tried to do it, but, if I understand correctly how this works, I need to 
add a new page under Tips. Unfortunately the suggested password LyX does not 
seem to be enough for editing the page list. Probably, I am doing something 
stupid. I have not used a wiki for many years, and lost the logic of the system.

> Le 14 déc. 2020 à 00:27, José Abílio Matos  a écrit :
> 
> On Friday, December 11, 2020 8:50:36 AM WET Dr Eberhard W Lisse wrote:
> > Murat,
> >
> > also look for pandoc’s template (-t latex) which you can modify. You really
> > want Koma-Script instead of the standard (ie scrartcl vs article), and you
> > also want LuaLaTeX (if you are not using it already.
> >
> > Then google
> >
> > https://www.google.com/search?q=pandoc+latex+template
> >
> > I took the example from Wandmalfarbe and modified it heavily for my use two
> > years ago and had to use a little Perl because tex2lyx produced some ERT,
> > but tex2lyx has been revised a number of times by then, and, as I wrote
> > before my situation was very specific.
> >
> > My latest hobby, by the way, is to re-engineer hardcopy forms in LyX and
> > then use Perl’s template toolkit to have my practice software fill in my
> > patients’ details :-)-O.
> >
> > Even figured out a way to generate a realistically looking date stamp  which
> > varies by location and rotation randomly a little and put it into the
> > preamble so no ERT when it appears in the PDF. But I had to have someone
> > explain my own LaTeX code to me :-)-O
> >
> > greetings, el
> 
> Hi Eberhard and Murat,
>   I always find these threads very enlightening. :-)
> 
> If you find the time and motivation it would be nice to add these nice 
> snippets to the LyX wiki so they do not get forget here.
> 
> Best regards,
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Re: Markdown to Lyx

2020-12-10 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hello Eberhard,
Thank you very much for your suggestions. I think Hazel + some scripting could 
make life easier if I have to tweak too much things, too frequently in this 
process.

In the meantime, I have discovered that with correct options in Pandoc (and I 
have not explored them all yet), the document obtained through the import 
filters is already pretty decent in fact. Kudos to LyX again!

I currently use the following command line for md -> tex conversion :

pandoc -s  -f markdown-auto_identifiers+raw_tex -t latex   -o $$o $$I

-auto_identifiers+raw_tex extensions, respectively,  eliminate some automatic 
referencing that does not play very well with LyX, and the possibility of 
including raw latex in the MD document.

With time, I will have to make things more sophist aced (including YAML 
headers, references etc.) but for now I am quite happy with what I get as a 
basis.

Best regards,

Murat


> Le 11 déc. 2020 à 00:33, Dr Eberhard W Lisse  a écrit :
> 
> Murat,
> 
> I would not do that through an import from the LyX GUI.
> 
> Convert to LaTeX (with pandoc) and then modify the template pandoc uses
> in steps until the TeX file it produces converts into proper LyX
> (tex2lyx).
> 
> Write yourself a Makefile, especially if a little Perl or Python is
> required to make changes to the LyX file.
> 
> I once had to take a MindMap and generate a Beamer presentation, so a
> little AppleScript was even required in the Makefile to export to
> Markdown, but eventually this worked out great.
> 
> Same for trying to dictate, which does not work with LyX at all.
> Markdown works very well, and a little Makefile produces very nice LyX.
> 
> make is part of the XCode Command Line Tools which you get from the
> command line with
> 
>   sudo xcode-select --install
> 
> el
> 
> On 2020-12-10 05:15 , Murat Yildizoglu wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> I am trying to find a way to directly import markdown documents in Lyx.
>> 
>> I have created a Markdown file type and a filter Markdown->Latex using
> a pandoc command for the conversion:
>> pandoc -f markdown_mmd -t latex   -o $$o $$I
>> But Lyx does not include this type in the import menu.
>> What am I missing?
>> How can I do this?
>> Is this possible?
>> 
>> Thank you for your help!
>> 
>> Murat
>> 
> 
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Re: Markdown to Lyx

2020-12-09 Thread Murat Yildizoglu


> Le 10 déc. 2020 à 10:34, Andrew Parsloe  a écrit :
> 
> On 10/12/2020 4:15 pm, Murat Yildizoglu wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> I am trying to find a way to directly import markdown documents in Lyx.
>> 
>> I have created a Markdown file type and a filter Markdown->Latex using a 
>> pandoc command for the conversion:
>>  pandoc -f markdown_mmd -t latex   -o $$o $$I
>> But Lyx does not include this type in the import menu.
>> What am I missing?
>> How can I do this?
>> Is this possible?
>> 
>> Thank you for your help!
>> 
>> Murat
> 
> Have you created a Markdown file format in LyX,
> 
> Tools > Preferences > File Handling > File Formats
> 
> ensuring the Document format checkbox is set? The name you use for the format 
> will then appear in the lists showing in the From format: and To format: 
> slots in the
> 
> Tools > Preferences > File Handling > Converters
> 
> dialogue. There are a number of Converter Definitions already from different 
> formats to LyX format.
> 
> Andrew
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Thank you Andrew,

I have indeed done all this but my error was to set the destination format as 
Latex(pdflatex). When I have switched to Latex(plain), Markdown is shown indeed 
as an import option. I imagine that the Latex->Lyx chain is only defined for 
the plain version. 

I now will be able to outline in iThoughts mind map app and then importe in Lyx 
for developing the document. :-)

LyX is an amazing tool for writing. I hate when people make me work in RTF/Word 
or convert my documents in a strange format (like I,Design) that completely 
breaks my write/revise cycle. :-(

Best regards,

Murat

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Markdown to Lyx

2020-12-09 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hello All,
I am trying to find a way to directly import markdown documents in Lyx.

I have created a Markdown file type and a filter Markdown->Latex using a pandoc 
command for the conversion:
 pandoc -f markdown_mmd -t latex   -o $$o $$I
But Lyx does not include this type in the import menu.
What am I missing?
How can I do this?
Is this possible?

Thank you for your help!

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Re: Simplify complex graph from matplotlib

2020-10-02 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
You can make them as dense as you want and then resize on the page in Lyx, 
then they will have a very good printing quality. 
When I have too many points some PS printers cannot even print them because 
they need too much memory. This is why I have chosen this method. 

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> Le 2 oct. 2020 à 20:18, Neal Becker  a écrit :
> 
> True, bitmap formats may take less memory, but I don't usually want them for 
> publication quality documents.
> For now I just re-ran the matplotlib plots decimating the points.
> 
> On Thu, Oct 1, 2020 at 8:40 PM Murat Yildizoglu  wrote:
>> Hello Neal, I flatten such graphics by converting them to PNG. They take 
>> less memory as such. 
>> 
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>> Expertise France
>> 
>> On leave from:
>> UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
>> GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
>> 
>> web: www.yildizoglu.fr
>> 
>>> Le 2 oct. 2020 à 02:46, Neal Becker  a écrit :
>>> 
>>> Don't know if this is more appropriate for lyx or mpl.  I have a couple of 
>>> graphs with a large number of points.  They were exported from matplotlib 
>>> as pdf, and produced large files.  After including in lyx, the resulting 
>>> pdf takes a long time to load.
>>> 
>>> The plots don't really need so many points at all.  Other than going back 
>>> to the mpl source to plot fewer points, is there a way to fix this?
>>> 
>>> Thanks,
>>> Neal
>>> 
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Re: Simplify complex graph from matplotlib

2020-10-01 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hello Neal, I flatten such graphics by converting them to PNG. They take less 
memory as such. 

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> Le 2 oct. 2020 à 02:46, Neal Becker  a écrit :
> 
> 
> Don't know if this is more appropriate for lyx or mpl.  I have a couple of 
> graphs with a large number of points.  They were exported from matplotlib as 
> pdf, and produced large files.  After including in lyx, the resulting pdf 
> takes a long time to load.
> 
> The plots don't really need so many points at all.  Other than going back to 
> the mpl source to plot fewer points, is there a way to fix this?
> 
> Thanks,
> Neal
> 
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Re: OSX (Mojave) asks confirmation for opening Lyx

2020-08-07 Thread Murat Yildizoglu

> Le 7 août 2020 à 14:42, Stephan Witt  a écrit :
> 
> Am 07.08.2020 um 06:37 schrieb Murat Yildizoglu :
>> 
>> Hello,
>> 
>> Each time I open Lyx, OSX asks me to confirm that I want to open it really, 
>> after having spent some time to show me a progress bar. This is not a real 
>> problem, but a bit of a hassle. Is there an easy way to get rid of this 
>> verification each time?
>> 
>> Thank you very much for your attention and help.
>> 
>> Murat
> 
> Hi Murat,
> 
> there is a ticket that sounds similar:
> https://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/11894
> 
> Do you have this problem or another one? What version of LyX you’re using?
> What’s the setting of App-Download of gatekeeper in your security settings?
> 
> There is an extended attribute for files in newer OSX versions.
> This can be used to mark applications downloaded from non-Apple sources.
> LyX is not available via AppStore so there is chance it gets marked.
> 
> The workaround mentioned in the ticket is wrong. The correct one is IMO:
> 
> $ sudo xattr -c -r /Applications/Lyx.app
> 
> Use it if your problem matches the description in the ticket.
> 
> BR, Stephan

Thank you Stephan,
In my case, it does not say that it is damaged. It just asks again for the 
authorization for opening it, telling me that it is downloaded from the net. 
In my Security tab in Settings, I allow apps downloaded from the Appstore and 
identified developers. The only other setting available is only App Store . 

What is the role of this hidden attribute, should I try the command? If it 
breaks Lyx how can I inverse it?

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OSX (Mojave) asks confirmation for opening Lyx

2020-08-06 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hello,

Each time I open Lyx, OSX asks me to confirm that I want to open it really, 
after having spent some time to show me a progress bar. This is not a real 
problem, but a bit of a hassle. Is there an easy way to get rid of this 
verification each time?

Thank you very much for your attention and help.

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Re: Lyx 2.3.5.1 and 2.3.5.2 won't open old files on Mac [Solved]

2020-07-07 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hi Niklas,
It seems that I cannot reproduce this problem in Mojave. I have put a lye file 
Cloud only and, once DB has followed my order (the tag changes in the Finder), 
I have tried to open it in Lyx 2.3.5.2 and it worked: no empty file but the 
document itself appeared in LyX.

> Le 7 juil. 2020 à 13:19, Niklas Huldén  a écrit :
> 
> Den 07-07-2020 kl. 03:46, skrev Murat Yildizoglu:
>> 
>>> Le 7 juil. 2020 à 05:36, Stephan Witt  a écrit :
>>> 
>>> Am 06.07.2020 um 18:45 schrieb Kornel Benko :
>>>> Am Mon, 6 Jul 2020 11:58:03 -0400
>>>> schrieb "Paul A. Rubin" :
>>>> 
>>>>> On 7/6/20 11:37 AM, Richard Kimberly Heck wrote:
>>>>>> On 7/6/20 4:28 AM, Niklas Huldén wrote:
>>>>>>> Den 01-07-2020 kl. 17:53, skrev Richard Kimberly Heck:
>>>>>>>>> On 7/1/20 6:59 AM, Niklas Huldén wrote:
>>>>>>>>>> Hello!
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> I installed LyX 2.3.5 in June on my MacBook Air 13 (Catalina) and
>>>>>>>>>> noticed that I could not open files from the "Recent files" list in
>>>>>>>>>> the File menu. The program opened an empty document with the name of
>>>>>>>>>> the recent file. I could open old documents using the "Open.." choise
>>>>>>>>>> from the menu.
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> When I installed version 2.3.5.1 I hoped this behaiviour would have
>>>>>>>>>> been corrected, but now I could't even use the "Open..." choise. It
>>>>>>>>>> allways opens up an empty file with the name om the file that should
>>>>>>>>>> have opened. Same with version 2.3.5.2 that I installed today. For
>>>>>>>>>> some reason I can open the default Splash.lyx that sits on the 
>>>>>>>>>> "Recent
>>>>>>>>>> files"
>>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>>> I have backupped my Preferenses file and started up an default 
>>>>>>>>>> version
>>>>>>>>>> of LyX but the same behaviour continues. What could be the reason for
>>>>>>>>>> this? Have anyone had similar problems?
>>>>>>>>> If you can open LyX from a terminal, with argument "-dbg files", you
>>>>>>>>> might get more information. You can also  do this by opening the
>>>>>>>>> messages pane (View> Messages Pane) and activating "files" debug
>>>>>>>>> messages. (Go to Settings on the pane, click "Selected" then choose
>>>>>>>>> "files").
>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>> I would guess there is something wrong with the path that LyX is
>>>>>>>>> getting.
>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>> Riki
>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>>> Ok, thanks! I did that but the log shows nothing unusual. But the
>>>>>>>> problem seems related only to files that reside in Dropbox folders.
>>>>>>>> Lyx opens the files directly but does not download the contents from
>>>>>>>> the Dropbox cloud. If i open a folder in the Dropbox app and
>>>>>>>> doubleclick on a LyX-file it opens correctly in LyX. It used to work
>>>>>>>> without hazzle from the LyX-menus before. Maybe it is a Dropbox 
>>>>>>>> problem.
>>>>>>> It sounds like it. I assume there must be some notification to the
>>>>>>> Dropbox app that a file has been accessed. LyX wouldn't provide that,
>>>>>>> but the OS, or possibly Qt in this case, might.
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> Riki
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> 
>>>>> It may be specific to the Mac OS. I just uploaded (via web browser) a
>>>>> .lyx file to a shared Dropbox folder owned by a coauthor, then opened it
>>>>> in LyX via the file menu with no problems. This was on Linux Mint.
>>>>> 
>>>>> Paul
>>>>> 
>>>> What is the setting of \use_native_filedialog (possibly in 

Re: Lyx 2.3.5.1 and 2.3.5.2 won't open old files on Mac [Solved]

2020-07-06 Thread Murat Yildizoglu


> Le 7 juil. 2020 à 05:36, Stephan Witt  a écrit :
> 
> Am 06.07.2020 um 18:45 schrieb Kornel Benko :
>> 
>> Am Mon, 6 Jul 2020 11:58:03 -0400
>> schrieb "Paul A. Rubin" :
>> 
>>> On 7/6/20 11:37 AM, Richard Kimberly Heck wrote:
 On 7/6/20 4:28 AM, Niklas Huldén wrote:  
> Den 01-07-2020 kl. 17:53, skrev Richard Kimberly Heck:  
>>> On 7/1/20 6:59 AM, Niklas Huldén wrote:  
 Hello!
 
 I installed LyX 2.3.5 in June on my MacBook Air 13 (Catalina) and
 noticed that I could not open files from the "Recent files" list in
 the File menu. The program opened an empty document with the name of
 the recent file. I could open old documents using the "Open.." choise
 from the menu.
 
 When I installed version 2.3.5.1 I hoped this behaiviour would have
 been corrected, but now I could't even use the "Open..." choise. It
 allways opens up an empty file with the name om the file that should
 have opened. Same with version 2.3.5.2 that I installed today. For
 some reason I can open the default Splash.lyx that sits on the "Recent
 files"
 
 I have backupped my Preferenses file and started up an default version
 of LyX but the same behaviour continues. What could be the reason for
 this? Have anyone had similar problems?  
>>> If you can open LyX from a terminal, with argument "-dbg files", you
>>> might get more information. You can also  do this by opening the
>>> messages pane (View> Messages Pane) and activating "files" debug
>>> messages. (Go to Settings on the pane, click "Selected" then choose
>>> "files").
>>> 
>>> I would guess there is something wrong with the path that LyX is
>>> getting.
>>> 
>>> Riki
>>> 
>>> 
>> Ok, thanks! I did that but the log shows nothing unusual. But the
>> problem seems related only to files that reside in Dropbox folders.
>> Lyx opens the files directly but does not download the contents from
>> the Dropbox cloud. If i open a folder in the Dropbox app and
>> doubleclick on a LyX-file it opens correctly in LyX. It used to work
>> without hazzle from the LyX-menus before. Maybe it is a Dropbox problem. 
>>  
> It sounds like it. I assume there must be some notification to the
> Dropbox app that a file has been accessed. LyX wouldn't provide that,
> but the OS, or possibly Qt in this case, might.
> 
> Riki
> 
> 
> 
>>> It may be specific to the Mac OS. I just uploaded (via web browser) a 
>>> .lyx file to a shared Dropbox folder owned by a coauthor, then opened it 
>>> in LyX via the file menu with no problems. This was on Linux Mint.
>>> 
>>> Paul
>>> 
>> 
>> What is the setting of \use_native_filedialog (possibly in preferences? : it 
>> defaults to
>> 'true' if not set)
> 
> On a Mac it’s shipped w/o any assignment. So it should be true.
> 
> Stephan
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Hi Niklas,
Have you activated the new new functionality in Dropbox that keeps files in the 
cloud but only keeping a file handle in the DB folder. You could be trying to 
open such a file and DB seems not to be able to detect the request to the file 
but Lyx and download it before opening it.

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Re: Lyx en français et typographie

2019-01-08 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Avez-vous choisis le Français comme la langue du documents dans le menu Outils/ 
Configuration du document / Langue (ou éléments approchant de cela, j’écris de 
mémoire)? Cela devrait charger le module correspondant de la librairie Babel 
qui gère les particularités de chaque langue. 

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> Le 8 janv. 2019 à 19:20, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes  a écrit :
> 
> I transferred the message to lyx...@lists.lyx.org, which is the right place 
> for this question.
> 
> JMarc
> 
>> Le 08/01/2019 à 17:07, pimou a écrit :
>> Bonjour,
>> Je découvre lyx. En principe il est en français et je rédige un document 
>> dans cette langue.
>> Je remarque que le document généré ne respecte pas les règles typographiques 
>> élémentaires et que celles-ci ne sont donc pas appliquées. Je parle des 
>> espaces avant ou après la ponctuation. J'imaginais que cela était 
>> automatique...
>> Je ne comprends pas.
>> Ex : dans l'éditeur j'entre "Bonjour.Comment allez-vous?Bien,merci"
>> La sortie pdf est exactement identique, la typographie n'est pas appliquée.
>> Merci
>> Lyx 2.3.2 sur Fedora
> 


Re: [ANNOUNCE] LyX 2.2.3 Released.

2018-12-20 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
FYI : I use Lyx 2.3.2 with High Sierra (10.13.6), without any slowing down for 
the forward and reverse search.

> Le 20 déc. 2018 à 09:56, Robert Betz  a écrit :
> 
> Stephan,
> 
> I agree.  It seems to be an issue with Mojave.  I cannot be 100% sure as I 
> have not tried the new version on an old version of the Mac.
> 
> Mojave seems to have a lot of checks (for security reasons I guess) on 
> program interactions, and they seem to slow things down a lot.
> 
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Bob
> 
> 
> PROFESSOR ROBERT BETZ
> School of Electrical Engineering and Computing
> Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment
> 
> T: +61 2 4921 6091
> M: +61 (0)419 249 948
> E: robert.b...@newcastle.edu.au <mailto:robert.b...@newcastle.edu.au>
> 
> The University of Newcastle (UoN)
> University Drive
> Callaghan NSW 2308
> Australia
> 
> CRICOS Provider 00109J
> 
> 
> 
> 
>> On 16 Dec 2018, at 6:00 pm, Stephan Witt > <mailto:st.w...@gmx.net>> wrote:
>> 
>> Hi Bob,
>> 
>> is it a problem with LyX 2.3.2 and with 2.3.1 forward search is fast?
>> 
>> My guess was: it’s a problem new with Mojave…
>> 
>> Regards,
>> Stephan
>> 
>>> Am 16.12.2018 um 15:34 schrieb Robert Betz >> <mailto:robert.b...@newcastle.edu.au>>:
>>> 
>>> I have noticed that Lyx V2.3.2 under Mac OSX 10.14.1 (Mojave) has a very 
>>> slow forward search.  Seems to take a couple of seconds.
>>> 
>>> This was reported by another user as well.  In addition he was having 
>>> problems with the reverse search working. Reverse search on my system is 
>>> working well, and does not suffer the delays of the forward search.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> Regards,
>>> 
>>> Bob
>>> 
>>> 
>>> PROFESSOR ROBERT BETZ
>>> School of Electrical Engineering and Computing
>>> Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment
>>> 
>>> T: +61 2 4921 6091
>>> M: +61 (0)419 249 948
>>> E: robert.b...@newcastle.edu.au <mailto:robert.b...@newcastle.edu.au>
>>> 
>>> The University of Newcastle (UoN)
>>> University Drive
>>> Callaghan NSW 2308
>>> Australia
>>> 
>>> CRICOS Provider 00109J
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>>> On 14 Dec 2018, at 5:09 pm, Chris Menzel >>> <mailto:chris.men...@gmail.com>> wrote:
>>>> 
>>>> I'm always hesitant to complain about this brilliant piece of software 
>>>> but, for me (Mojave 10.14.2 Beta) with this version, forward search (LyX ⟶ 
>>>> Skim) is still very slow and reverse search (Skim ⟶ LyX) appears to be 
>>>> nonfunctional. I've of course checked all the usual settings.
>>>> 
>>>> -chris
>>>> 
>>>> On Fri, Dec 14, 2018 at 9:32 AM Richard Kimberly Heck >>> <mailto:rikih...@lyx.org>> wrote:
>>>> ...
>>>> 
>>>> Public release of LyX version 2.3.2
>>>> ===
>>>> 
>>>> We are proud to announce the release of LyX 2.3.2. This is the second
>>>> maintenance release in the 2.3.x series.
>>>> 
>>>> You can download LyX 2.3.2 from http://www.lyx.org/Download/ 
>>>> <http://www.lyx.org/Download/>.
>>> 
>> 
> 

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Re: PDF graphics is blurred in LyX when scaled

2018-11-16 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Thank you Jerry,
It seems that I have already followed this advice some years ago because my 
PDF->PNG converter already contains:

sips --resampleWidth 800 --setProperty format png $$i --out $$o

Maybe 800 is too big, and I have a tendency to ask to LyX to reduce the size of 
the generated bitmaps on the screen. That could give a less crisp image. I will 
change this width and test.


> Le 16 nov. 2018 à 09:24, list_em...@icloud.com a écrit :
> 
> 
>> On Nov 11, 2018, at 12:29 AM, Murat Yildizoglu > <mailto:myi...@gmail.com>> wrote:
>> 
>> I have also observed this in the last version under Osx.
>> 
>> Murat Yildizoglu
>> Le 11 nov. 2018 à 03:45 +0100, Baris Erkus > <mailto:bariser...@hotmail.com>>, a écrit :
>>> Hello,
>>> 
>>> PDF graphics appears to be blurred in LyX when scaled from Graphics Options 
>>> --> LaTeX and LyX options --> Show in LyX --> Scale on Screen.
>>> 
>>> I am not sure if this is a feature to reduce CPU rendering workload or 
>>> smtg, but it would be really nice to have a clear view of the PDF while 
>>> working on the document rather than looking at it using a PDF viewer.
>>> 
>>> See MWE and the view from LyX below.
>>> 
>>> Baris
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
> I have only skimmed this thread so apologies if this is off-topic. At least 
> one poster mentioned OSX aka OS X aka macOS. The following section in the LyX 
> wiki might be useful:
> 
> https://wiki.lyx.org/Mac/Mac#toc9 <https://wiki.lyx.org/Mac/Mac#toc9>
> 
> Jerry

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Re: PDF graphics is blurred in LyX when scaled

2018-11-11 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
In my case the graphics were pure PDFs without any bitmap in. But I have the 
impression that the blur has appeared when I have changed the size shown on the 
screen. I am not sure that LyX generates a new bitmap version for the screen 
when we change the size on the Latex and Lyx options panel.

> Le 11 nov. 2018 à 08:29, Murat Yildizoglu  a écrit :
> 
> I have also observed this in the last version under Osx.
> 
> Murat Yildizoglu
> Le 11 nov. 2018 à 03:45 +0100, Baris Erkus , a écrit :
>> Hello,
>> 
>> PDF graphics appears to be blurred in LyX when scaled from Graphics Options 
>> --> LaTeX and LyX options --> Show in LyX --> Scale on Screen.
>> 
>> I am not sure if this is a feature to reduce CPU rendering workload or smtg, 
>> but it would be really nice to have a clear view of the PDF while working on 
>> the document rather than looking at it using a PDF viewer.
>> 
>> See MWE and the view from LyX below.
>> 
>> Baris
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 

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Re: PDF graphics is blurred in LyX when scaled

2018-11-10 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
I have also observed this in the last version under Osx.

Murat Yildizoglu
Le 11 nov. 2018 à 03:45 +0100, Baris Erkus , a écrit :
> Hello,
> PDF graphics appears to be blurred in LyX when scaled from Graphics Options 
> --> LaTeX and LyX options --> Show in LyX --> Scale on Screen.
> I am not sure if this is a feature to reduce CPU rendering workload or smtg, 
> but it would be really nice to have a clear view of the PDF while working on 
> the document rather than looking at it using a PDF viewer.
> See MWE and the view from LyX below.
> Baris
>


Re: LyX on iPad

2018-11-06 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Following your last observation Anders, Adobe had a flowing PDF project, but I 
do not know what happened to it. Do you know?

Murat Yildizoglu
Le 6 nov. 2018 à 16:50 +0100, Anders Host-Madsen , a 
écrit :
> Still have not found the proper way to post to thread, so I just hope it will 
> show up the right place.
>
> First, for the topic of the thread: I have now tried 1) rollapp.com and 2) 
> remote access to my Mac from iPad (Screens and TeamWiever). rollapp.com is 
> too limited (e.g., shortcuts and arrow keys don't work) and expensive. Remote 
> access is too slow and unreliable to be a solution. So, the only solution 
> would be some type of native app on iPad.
>
> I do think of LyX as a frontend for LaTeX, and not at all irrelevant. In 
> fact, it is the software I use the most of all software that I have. It has 
> completely revolutionized my workflow, as it's now so easy to write LaTeX.
>
> I think the issue is not that LyX is outdated, but that LaTeX is outdated. 
> It's made for typesetting on paper, and honestly most reading now is done on 
> screens. For that PDF is terrible. It's fixed format for printing. Instead, 
> what is needed is mathematical typesetting that is free-flowing and adaptable 
> to the screen it's read on (including a phone). Is there any work going on on 
> that kind of standard?


Re: LyX on iPad

2018-11-02 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Steve if there was a correctly working and useful Linux or Windows tablet, I 
would buy it for LyX because it is very relevant to me. Unfortunately, iPad is 
only usable tablet today from my point of view (I have tried a Lenovo tablet 
under Windows 10, it was unusable as a tablet, unfortunately Linux does not 
drivers for it). I have had to buy a small Macbook just because of this.

A naive question on Latex -> semantic XML: is it possible if one starts from 
Latex? My question is the compatibility of the Latex structure (which has been 
created with a specific objective) with such an output, I suppose. I am 
completely ignorant on this topic and I know that you have been struggling with 
this issue over the years, hence my question.

Murat Yildizoglu
Le 2 nov. 2018 à 17:58 +0100, Steve Litt , a écrit :
> On Thu, 1 Nov 2018 19:41:00 + (UTC)
> Anders Host-Madsen  wrote:
>
> > Perhaps beating a dead horse, but I really wish there would be a LyX
> > for iPad.
>
> Perhaps this is why LyX becomes less relevant every year. Here, in
> 2018, LyX *still* cannot produce an semantically reasonable ePub, and
> even the semantically unreasonable ePubs require tons of human
> intervention. LyX can't produce docs easily readable on iPads and other
> portable devices because no ePub (and thus no Kindle). A decade ago it
> was decided to make the (then) easily parsable LyX native format into
> XML, but the transition stopped halfway, so it's unparseable by XML
> parsers, and yet it's miserable to parse with a Python program.
>
> And all this while, where's the priority? LyX for Retina displays. LyX
> for iPad (like anyone is capable of pounding out 2K words per day with
> an iPad). All sorts of lilly-gilding, but LyX still can't do a
> reasonable job of exporting the format used by portable devices, and
> LyX' native format is still a jumble unparsable by an XML parser.
>
> I have nothing against Apple afficianados getting their every dream,
> but if there's not the programmer-power to do everything, then for gosh
> sakes, first make LyX native format truly XML and produce a 1 click ePub
> converter that creates **semantic** ePubs.
>
> SteveT


Re: Strange screen problem in LyX Version 2.3.1-1

2018-10-27 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hello again,
Closing all open buffers and reopening a new document has corrected this
issue, but if I can help you to find the source of this bug, I would be
happy to do it.
I use LyX under OSX 10.13.6

Le sam. 27 oct. 2018 à 17:14, Murat Yildizoglu <
murat.yildizo...@u-bordeaux.fr> a écrit :

> Hello,
> I am puzzled by a problem I get in Lyx now.
> I have just closed the outline panel and Lyx screen became very weird (see
> the screenshot), and I cannot find how I can reset it to its normal
> appearance with the documents bar on the top of the editing panel and the
> Lyx screen fully usable. Any idea what is going on.
> Closing and reopening Lyx does not solve the problem.
>
> After the first appearance of this problem I have got a SIGSEV:
>
> (  1) 1   lyx 0x00010757bd7f
> _ZN3lyx8frontend5Alert7doErrorERKNSt3__112basic_stringIwNS2_11char_traitsIwEENS2_9allocatorIwSA_b
> : 1   lyx 0x00010757bd7f
> _ZN3lyx8frontend5Alert7doErrorERKNSt3__112basic_stringIwNS2_11char_traitsIwEENS2_9allocatorIwSA_b
> + 190
> (  2) 2   lyx 0x00010757c2b5
> _ZN3lyx8frontend5Alert5errorERKNSt3__112basic_stringIwNS2_11char_traitsIwEENS2_9allocatorIwSA_b
> : 2   lyx 0x00010757c2b5
> _ZN3lyx8frontend5Alert5errorERKNSt3__112basic_stringIwNS2_11char_traitsIwEENS2_9allocatorIwSA_b
> + 149
> (  3) 3   lyx 0x000107312e2b
> _ZN3lyx13error_handlerEi : 3   lyx
> 0x000107312e2b _ZN3lyx13error_handlerEi + 506
> (  4) 4   libsystem_platform.dylib0x7fff6970cf5a _sigtramp
> : 4   libsystem_platform.dylib0x7fff6970cf5a _sigtramp + 26
> (  5) 5   lyx 0x000107e91f7f
> LinkBackServers : 5   lyx
> 0x000107e91f7f LinkBackServers + 314679
> (  6) 6   QtWidgets   0x000108cc6fba
> _ZN15QDockAreaLayout20deleteAllLayoutItemsEv : 6   QtWidgets
> 0x000108cc6fba _ZN15QDockAreaLayout20deleteAllLayoutItemsEv
> + 42
> (  7) 7   QtWidgets   0x000108cf3d74
> _ZN17QMainWindowLayoutD2Ev : 7   QtWidgets
> 0x000108cf3d74 _ZN17QMainWindowLayoutD2Ev + 52
> (  8) 8   QtWidgets   0x000108cf3fde
> _ZN17QMainWindowLayoutD0Ev : 8   QtWidgets
> 0x000108cf3fde _ZN17QMainWindowLayoutD0Ev + 14
> (  9) 9   QtWidgets   0x000108badaee
> _ZN7QWidgetD2Ev : 9   QtWidgets
> 0x000108badaee _ZN7QWidgetD2Ev + 414
> ( 10) 10  lyx 0x000107723de2
> _ZN3lyx8frontend7GuiViewD0Ev : 10  lyx
> 0x000107723de2 _ZN3lyx8frontend7GuiViewD0Ev + 14
> ( 11) 11  QtCore  0x00010872b050
> _ZN7QObject5eventEP6QEvent : 11  QtCore
>  0x00010872b050 _ZN7QObject5eventEP6QEvent + 128
> ( 12) 12  QtWidgets   0x000108bc054b
> _ZN7QWidget5eventEP6QEvent : 12  QtWidgets
> 0x000108bc054b _ZN7QWidget5eventEP6QEvent + 5787
> ( 13) 13  QtWidgets   0x000108ceaee5
> _ZN11QMainWindow5eventEP6QEvent : 13  QtWidgets
> 0x000108ceaee5 _ZN11QMainWindow5eventEP6QEvent + 1733
> ( 14) 14  lyx 0x00010772828d
> _ZN3lyx8frontend7GuiView5eventEP6QEvent : 14  lyx
>   0x00010772828d _ZN3lyx8frontend7GuiView5eventEP6QEvent + 249
> ( 15) 15  QtWidgets   0x000108b85b2d
> _ZN19QApplicationPrivate13notify_helperEP7QObjectP6QEvent : 15  QtWidgets
> 0x000108b85b2d
> _ZN19QApplicationPrivate13notify_helperEP7QObjectP6QEvent + 301
> ( 16) 16  QtWidgets   0x000108b86ea7
> _ZN12QApplication6notifyEP7QObjectP6QEvent : 16  QtWidgets
>   0x000108b86ea7 _ZN12QApplication6notifyEP7QObjectP6QEvent +
> 391
> ( 17) 17  lyx 0x00010758c3e0
> _ZN3lyx8frontend14GuiApplication6notifyEP7QObjectP6QEvent : 17  lyx
> 0x00010758c3e0
> _ZN3lyx8frontend14GuiApplication6notifyEP7QObjectP6QEvent + 22
> ( 18) 18  QtCore  0x000108701414
> _ZN16QCoreApplication15notifyInternal2EP7QObjectP6QEvent : 18  QtCore
>0x000108701414
> _ZN16QCoreApplication15notifyInternal2EP7QObjectP6QEvent + 164
> ( 19) 19  QtCore  0x00010870259b
> _ZN23QCoreApplicationPrivate16sendPostedEventsEP7QObjectiP11QThreadData :
> 19  QtCore  0x00010870259b
> _ZN23QCoreApplicationPrivate16sendPostedEventsEP7QObjectiP11QThreadData +
> 891
> ( 20) 20  QtCore  0x

Re: Superscripts in ABNT keyboard: version 2.3.1

2018-10-15 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
I have the same problem with the French keyboard.

Murat Yildizoglu
Le 15 oct. 2018 à 20:35 +0200, Rudi Gaelzer , a écrit :
> Ever since LyX was upgraded to v. 2.3.1 the rendering of math superscripts 
> changed.
> Using a ABNT (brazilian) keyboard map, which provides accents (acute, grave, 
> circumflex, cedilla, etc) as dead keys, up to the previous version (2.3.0), 
> whenever I wanted a superscript in math mode I would use the circumflex 
> accent key.  That would have the same effect as the key-binding Alt+M E, both 
> in LyX math mode and in LaTeX.
> Now, since v. 2.3.1 was installed, if I want to renderize $a^2$, for 
> instance, in LyX math, it will display literally a^2.  After exiting math 
> mode and with instant preview active, the LaTeX rendition will display the 
> correct format.
>
> Subscripts are still rendered either with Alt+M X  or with "_" (underscore), 
> as it was always done.
>
> This is not something terribly annoying, but with an ABNT keyboard it is much 
> faster to employ the single "^" key than pressing the 3 keys Alt + M + E.
>
> --
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Fwd: Re: Grrr! Loosing my mind on graphic options in pdflatex

2018-07-28 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Kornel reminded to me that I have not replied to all. I am correcting this now. 
Sorry for my clumsiness.
Thanks again Kornel!

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-- Message transféré --
De : Murat Yildizoglu 
Date : 28 juil. 2018 à 21:00 +0300
À : Kornel Benko 
Sujet : Re: Grrr! Loosing my mind on graphic options in pdflatex

> Thank you Kornel,
> This has solved my second problem. I have the bad habit of not directly 
> working in the LyX document with a text editor. Searching for turkish, I have 
> been able to locate two empty places"s where language turkish was used. 
> Deleting these instruction inside the Lyx file has solved my problem, and I 
> do not need anymore the babel magic.
>
> Thanks a lot Rich, unfortunately, I have not received myself your second 
> message, but I discover it in Kornel's reply. I will also keep in mind these 
> potential culprits in future crises.
>
> I am very much relieved. Thanks a lot again!
>
> My gratefulness, and best wishes
> Murat
>
> > Le sam. 28 juil. 2018 à 19:43, Kornel Benko  a écrit :
> > > Am Samstag, 28. Juli 2018 10:12:20 CEST schrieb Rich Shepard 
> > > :
> > > > On Sat, 28 Jul 2018, Murat Yildizoglu wrote:
> > > >
> > > > > *OK, I think I have located the source of the problem, but I do not 
> > > > > know
> > > > > how to solve it in LyX: *I have pasted a citation in English coming 
> > > > > from
> > > > > an article I have written in Turkish, and then, Lyx automatically 
> > > > > puts the
> > > > > option turkish in the \documentclass instruction
> > > > >
> > > > > \documentclass[english,turkish,french]{extreport}
> > > > > If I delete turkish in the exported latex file, the document compiles 
> > > > > and
> > > > > the options are correctly interpreted, and the graphic correctly 
> > > > > scaled.
> > > > >
> > > > > Two questions then:
> > > > > Why this babel option kills the \includegraphics options? (I could 
> > > > > need
> > > > > turkish again)
> > > > > How can I tell to not include this option (I do not have any text in
> > > > > Turkish in my document)?
> > > >
> > > > Murat,
> > > >
> > > >    As a suggestion: look carefully at the biblographic citation for that
> > > > Turkish article. It may have a non-printable character in it that is 
> > > > causing
> > > > your problem.
> > > >
> > > >    I don't know what software you use for your references, but the 
> > > >bibtex
> > > > paragraph for that article is where I would look for problems.
> > > >
> > > >    Germane to your questions about the babel options, I've no idea but 
> > > >others
> > > > on this mail list will have some.
> > > >
> > > > HTH,
> > > >
> > > > Rich
> > >
> > > I would search for the paragraph with the Turkish words. Select them and 
> > > reset the language.
> > >         Right click on the selected,
> > >                 Text Properties->Customize->Language:->Default
> > >
> > >         Kornel
> > >
>
>
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> web: http://yildizoglu.fr


Re: Grrr! Loosing my mind on graphic options in pdflatex

2018-07-28 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
To answer my first question: it seems that the turkish option need
\usepackage[shorthands=:!]{babel}
in the preamble (I can see that in the article in Turkish I have written, I
have probably met this part of the problem at that time).

But my second question remains: how can I tell LyX to not include this
option?

Le sam. 28 juil. 2018 à 18:57, Murat Yildizoglu <
murat.yildizo...@u-bordeaux.fr> a écrit :

> Thank you Rich,
> Unfortunately, this does not seem to be the source of the problem and it
> is becoming stranger and stranger. I must do something really stupid in Lyx.
> Here is the test I have done:
>
>1. I have created a new document with the same class, with all the
>other default options ;
>2. I have integrated a Figure float containing one PDF graphic
>belonging to my original document;
>3. I have compiled this new document, and I can give it any scaling
>option without any problem, it just works.
>4. Then I have tried to copy cat specific options, modules and the
>preamble of the old document to see if I can locate the source of the
>problem, but the test document has been able to compile correctly without
>any problem.
>5. Then I have cleaned the test document, and copied just the content
>of the problematic lax chapter in this document, and I get exactly the
>original problem: any option I give to \includegraphics is just printed in
>the pdf (instead of the graphic), instead of being interpreted. :-( G!
>
> So it must be something in my Lyx file that must be the source of the
> problem. When I export the Lyx to Latex and I compile.
>
> *OK, I think I have located the source of the problem, but I do not know
> how to solve it in LyX: *I have pasted a citation in English coming from
> an article I have written in Turkish, and then, Lyx automatically puts the
> option turkish in the \documentclass instruction
>
> \documentclass[english,turkish,french]{extreport}
> If I delete turkish in the exported latex file, the document compiles and
> the options are correctly interpreted, and the graphic correctly scaled.
>
> Two questions then:
> Why this babel option kills the \includegraphics options? (I could need
> turkish again)
> How can I tell to not include this option (I do not have any text in
> Turkish in my document)?
>
> All help would be very much appreciated.
>
> Murat
>
> Le sam. 28 juil. 2018 à 16:30, Rich Shepard  a
> écrit :
>
>> On Sat, 28 Jul 2018, Murat Yildizoglu wrote:
>>
>> > I am working on a new book and suddenly I have started to meet a problem
>> > with the graphics that are included in the document : when I pdflatex
>> the
>> > doc, I get a lot of error messages all concerning the options set in the
>> > \includegraphics instructions. If I fo not scale the graph, it prints
>> > (with the original size of course), and if I set a scale option, I get
>> > scale=0.8 instead of the pdf graphic. (see the capture of the output
>> > window). I also include some other captures about the options of the
>> > document and the figure. I do not remember having changes anything, but
>> I
>> > probably have, and I cannot locate my stupid error.
>>
>> Murat,
>>
>>This looks a lot like a problem I had a year or so ago. Paul Rubin
>> helped
>> find the reason for this. As I recall, my issue was caused by checking the
>> 'clip to bounding box' checkbox on the settings -> clipping tab. That was
>> a
>> lyx issue that was fixed, and it may not be your issue. However, it's
>> worth
>> a try.
>>
>> HTH,
>>
>> Rich
>>
>
>
> --
> Prof. Murat Yildizoglu
>
> Note: Please use the following address as such
>
> UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
> GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
> MURAT YILDIZOGLU
> 16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
> CS 50057
> 33608 PESSAC CEDEX
> FRANCE
>
> Bureau : E-331
>
> mail: murat.yildizoglu at u-bordeaux.fr
>
> web: http://yildizoglu.fr
>


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Re: Grrr! Loosing my mind on graphic options in pdflatex

2018-07-28 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Thank you Rich,
Unfortunately, this does not seem to be the source of the problem and it is
becoming stranger and stranger. I must do something really stupid in Lyx.
Here is the test I have done:

   1. I have created a new document with the same class, with all the other
   default options ;
   2. I have integrated a Figure float containing one PDF graphic belonging
   to my original document;
   3. I have compiled this new document, and I can give it any scaling
   option without any problem, it just works.
   4. Then I have tried to copy cat specific options, modules and the
   preamble of the old document to see if I can locate the source of the
   problem, but the test document has been able to compile correctly without
   any problem.
   5. Then I have cleaned the test document, and copied just the content of
   the problematic lax chapter in this document, and I get exactly the
   original problem: any option I give to \includegraphics is just printed in
   the pdf (instead of the graphic), instead of being interpreted. :-( G!

So it must be something in my Lyx file that must be the source of the
problem. When I export the Lyx to Latex and I compile.

*OK, I think I have located the source of the problem, but I do not know
how to solve it in LyX: *I have pasted a citation in English coming from an
article I have written in Turkish, and then, Lyx automatically puts the
option turkish in the \documentclass instruction

\documentclass[english,turkish,french]{extreport}
If I delete turkish in the exported latex file, the document compiles and
the options are correctly interpreted, and the graphic correctly scaled.

Two questions then:
Why this babel option kills the \includegraphics options? (I could need
turkish again)
How can I tell to not include this option (I do not have any text in
Turkish in my document)?

All help would be very much appreciated.

Murat

Le sam. 28 juil. 2018 à 16:30, Rich Shepard  a
écrit :

> On Sat, 28 Jul 2018, Murat Yildizoglu wrote:
>
> > I am working on a new book and suddenly I have started to meet a problem
> > with the graphics that are included in the document : when I pdflatex the
> > doc, I get a lot of error messages all concerning the options set in the
> > \includegraphics instructions. If I fo not scale the graph, it prints
> > (with the original size of course), and if I set a scale option, I get
> > scale=0.8 instead of the pdf graphic. (see the capture of the output
> > window). I also include some other captures about the options of the
> > document and the figure. I do not remember having changes anything, but I
> > probably have, and I cannot locate my stupid error.
>
> Murat,
>
>This looks a lot like a problem I had a year or so ago. Paul Rubin
> helped
> find the reason for this. As I recall, my issue was caused by checking the
> 'clip to bounding box' checkbox on the settings -> clipping tab. That was a
> lyx issue that was fixed, and it may not be your issue. However, it's worth
> a try.
>
> HTH,
>
> Rich
>


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Re: [ANNOUNCE] LyXWinInstaller for 2.3.0

2018-07-10 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Thank you Uwe for all your contribution. I have not followed this debate 
because I do not use much the Windows version, but the diversity of tools 
cannot hurt in any case. So, thank you for your good work!
Best regards,
Murat

Murat Yildizoglu
Le 9 juil. 2018 à 23:00 +0200, Uwe Stöhr , a écrit :
> Dear LyX users,
>
> despite unannounced until today there is an Windows installer available
> for LyX 2.3.0 since March:
> https://sourceforge.net/projects/lyxwininstaller/files/LyXWinInstaller/
> and
> http://ftp.lyx.de/LyXWinInstaller/LyX2.3.0/
>
> Due to some disagreements with some LyX developers, this will not be the
> official LyX for Windows installer. However, it works and was already
> downloaded more than 1000 times since March.
>
> Due to the disagreement with the understanding how LyX under Windows
> should be developed, I will provide the LyXWinInstaller as my private
> project and support it of course.
>
> The LyXWinInstaller will take care of everything that provides you a
> fully functional LyX. That means LyXWinInstaller will take care of all
> third-party programs LyX is using in the background (MiKTeX, TeXLive,
> Python, ImageMagick, Inkscape etc.) and will configure and update them
> for you. The goal is, as for the last years where LyXWinInstaller was
> the official LyX for Windows installer, to provide an installer where
> 90% of the users just have to click few times OK and Nextbut to get a
> fully functional LyX but that also gives some freedom for the 10 % power
> users (to deselect third-party programs etc.).
>
> As I understood it, there will be a new installer for LyX under Windows
> from the LyX developers based on the code of LyXWinInstaller. I can and
> will not give support for this installer because I was not involved in
> this development.
>
> regards
> Uwe Stöhr
>
>


Re: Strange problem of which I have difficulty to locate the origin

2017-10-02 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Me again,

Sometime, Writing a message helps us to solve the problem I imagine.
I have solved the problem I think. turkish in Babe need ,shorthands=:! as
an option (to neutralize babel rules for =, it seems that they pose a
problem for xkeyval used by includegraphics). I was adding it in custom
options for the document, but it was not working it seems. I have thought
of trying to put it in the preamble by putting
\usepackage[shorthands=:!]{babel}
and it worked. Both figures compile now.
I was not well aware of this possibility of adding supplementary options
through the preamble. It works very well.

Thank you very much!

2017-10-02 11:32 GMT+02:00 Murat Yildizoglu <myi...@gmail.com>:

> Dear list members,
>
> I have been using LyX for many years but I currently meet a strange
> problem: I am writing my first article in Turkish and I use turkish as a
> babel mode (with english) and I cannot scale or resize any included PDF
> figure (I typeset with pdflatex). In the attached example file the fisr
> figure has a scaling instruction, but the second has not; You can see in
> the resulting PDF that the first figure is not included and we see a bit of
> the scaling instruction given to \includegraphics instead. The second is
> correctly included.
> Is this a feature or a bug?
>
> FYI: If I export to latex, I can compile the file with both figures.
>
> Any idea why I get this problem, and how I can solve it?
>
> Thank you very much.
>
> Murat
>
> --
> Prof. Murat Yildizoglu
>
> Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV
> GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
> Avenue Léon Duguit
> 33608 Pessac cedex
> France
>
> Bureau : E-331
>
> mail: murat.yildizoglu at u-bordeaux.fr
>
> web: http://yildizoglu.fr
>



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GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

mail: murat.yildizoglu at u-bordeaux.fr

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Strange problem of which I have difficulty to locate the origin

2017-10-02 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Dear list members,

I have been using LyX for many years but I currently meet a strange
problem: I am writing my first article in Turkish and I use turkish as a
babel mode (with english) and I cannot scale or resize any included PDF
figure (I typeset with pdflatex). In the attached example file the fisr
figure has a scaling instruction, but the second has not; You can see in
the resulting PDF that the first figure is not included and we see a bit of
the scaling instruction given to \includegraphics instead. The second is
correctly included.
Is this a feature or a bug?

FYI: If I export to latex, I can compile the file with both figures.

Any idea why I get this problem, and how I can solve it?

Thank you very much.

Murat

-- 
Prof. Murat Yildizoglu

Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

mail: murat.yildizoglu at u-bordeaux.fr

web: http://yildizoglu.fr


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Re: Have you tested 2.3.0beta1?

2017-09-10 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
To my experience, Lyx generates now this error when you have inserted a 
bibliography in the document but you do not have any citation in the document. 
This check is a good idea, but it should generate a warning instead of an error 
IMHO.
Murat

Le 10 sept. 2017 à 07:47 +0200, racoon , a écrit :
> On 09.09.2017 15:32, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
> > Am Samstag, den 09.09.2017, 11:31 +0200 schrieb racoon:
> > > I have a document that works fine in 2.2 but generates an error in
> > > 2.3
> > >
> > > "I found no \citation commands---while reading file ..."
> >
> > Which bibliography processor do you have set?
>
> I had it set to automatic. Setting it to biber worked. Oddly enough it
> continued to work after setting it to automatic again.
>
> > > It uses Biblatex according to [1]. I know that native support for
> > > Biblatex has been introduced in 2.3. So will I have to change my
> > > documents where I used [1] somehow?
> >
> > You have to change it in order to use the native support. But you still
> > should be able to continue with the workaround.
>
> Maybe it would be nice to have a guide how to get from [1] to native
> support at [1]. Is there something like that? If not I can try to make
> the switch and write it down.
>
> Daniel
>
> >
> > Jürgen
> >
> > >
> > > Daniel
> > >
> > > [1] http://wiki.lyx.org/BibTeX/Biblatex#toc3
> > >
>
>


Re: cache

2017-07-17 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Thanks for pointing this Patrick! I see that I have some files there too.
In OSX we have a nice option called Hazel, and I have created a rule for
deleting any file older than 4 months in this subfolder; Probably the
optimum would be just one month, but I have chosen to be conservative and
lazy (not to have too many graphics converted when working on paused
projects).

Best,

Murat

2017-07-16 19:44 GMT+02:00 Patrick Dupre <pdu...@gmx.com>:

> Hello,
>
> The directory .lyx/cache
> contains numerous files with large size (eps, pdf).
> Is there a way to keep this directory a lot smaller ?
>
> Thank.
>
> 
> ===
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>



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Re: "Do you know what? I am happy" says this Droopy :-)

2017-07-09 Thread Murat Yildizoglu


Le 9 juil. 2017 à 05:00 +0200, Scott Kostyshak <skost...@lyx.org>, a écrit :
> On Sun, Jul 09, 2017 at 04:34:08AM +0200, Murat Yildizoglu wrote:
> > Yes of course Scott, you can add me to the beta-testers list.
>
> Great, thanks!
>
> > I am aware of RollApp and I have tested it, but found it quite cumbersome 
> > and slow to use (and you need an internet connection for it). I am much 
> > happier with this new setup for now (but I enjoy less to return to Windows 
> > because of it).
>
> Makes sense.
>
> > I really like this tablet: it is very light and runs pretty nicely LyX and 
> > friends. I have not yet tested the pure tablet mode and stylus input with 
> > Lyx.
>
> I shared your news at:
>
> http://latex.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=19=29542=101077#p101077
>
> As you noted, I think there have been several people interested in LyX +
> tablet.
>
> Thank you Scott!
>
> Scott


Re: "Do you know what? I am happy" says this Droopy :-)

2017-07-08 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Yes of course Scott, you can add me to the beta-testers list.
I am aware of RollApp and I have tested it, but found it quite cumbersome and 
slow to use (and you need an internet connection for it). I am much happier 
with this new setup for now (but I enjoy less to return to Windows because of 
it). I really like this tablet: it is very light and runs pretty nicely LyX and 
friends. I have not yet tested the pure tablet mode and stylus input with Lyx.
Best,
Murat

Prof. Murat Yildizoglu

Note: Please use the following address as such

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Bureau : E-331

mail: murat.yildizoglu at u-bordeaux.fr

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Le 9 juil. 2017 à 04:01 +0200, Scott Kostyshak <skost...@lyx.org>, a écrit :
> On Fri, Jul 07, 2017 at 11:32:19PM +0200, Murat Yildizoglu wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Just to share a good news (at least for me) with you; maybe that could be
> > useful to others too.
> >
> > I have been searching for some time now for a nice tablet on which I can
> > run Lyx (it became my main writing tool). I like my iPAD Air 2, but its
> > inability to run LyX was its main shortcoming for me. Now, I think I have
> > found what I need: Lenovo Yoga Book with Windows 10 (beware, there is also
> > an Android version). This is a very interesting tablet that comes with
> > enough power (a 4-cores Atom processor) to Run LyX and MikTeX (also
> > LibreOffice and other tools, including JabRef). It is very light, has a
> > full day autonomy in my intensive use, a nice screen and a Wacom tablet
> > based keyboard and touchpad. Since it is Wacom tablet based, it also comes
> > with a stylus.
> >
> > I know that other users on this list have been asking about the tablet
> > version. Since the iPAD version does not seem to come, I decided to go on
> > the evil empire just for the love of LyX. :-)
>
> That's good news! Good job finding a setup that works for you! As for
> the ipad air 2, just for reference you could run LyX on the cloud via
> https://www.rollapp.com/app/lyx . Of course, there are reasons to not
> want to do that, but I just wanted to mention it.
>
> Murat, would you mind if I add you to the list of people I will ask to
> test 2.3.0beta1? I think your testing could be valuable since you are
> using a setup that is different to most others who will be testing
> beta1.
>
> Scott


Re: Local modules under Windows 10 [Solved]

2017-07-08 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Digging a bit deeper, I have been able to locate the source of the problem
and solve it (even if I do not understand why it happened):
When I tried to open the .module files using the Notepad, I have discovered
that these files have not been correctly copied for a strange reason. I
have used Explorer2 file manager for copying them, and it was showing the
name of the files and their sizes (>0) in the destination folder, but these
files were not visible under File Explorer of Windows. When I used the
latter for copying the files again, LyX has been able to find them. I am
relieved even if I continue to be puzzled (but the problem is a Explorer2
problem now, not a LyX one).

Thank you again Paul. Your tip has put me on the correct path (! :-) ) by
confirming the folder to dig in.

Tip of my hat!

Best regards,

Murat

2017-07-08 2:43 GMT+02:00 Paul A. Rubin <parubi...@gmail.com>:

> On 07/07/2017 07:50 PM, myi...@gmail.com wrote:
>
> Hi again,
>
> As a follow up to my preceding mail on LyX on Yoga Book, I have some
> difficulties to make LyX to find modules I normally install locally (mainly
> Beamerincrementedlists module). I have put this module under
> ~/AppData/Roaming/Lyx22/layouts, and reconfigured LyX , but it continues
> to complain about not being able to find it when I open a Beamer file using
> it. I have also tried the folder ~\AppData\Local\LyX 2.2\Resources\layouts
> and no success (after again Reconfigure + restart LyX). Do you have any
> idea what I am doing wrong ?
>
> My last experience with Windows was with XP, but see that MS has kept more
> or less the same folder structure, so I have the impression that I do what
> is necessary and I am puzzled byt the unsuccessful outcome.
>
> Thank you in advance for your help !
>
> Murat
>
>
>
> If you open LyX and click Help > About LyX, the initial (Version) tab
> should list your user directory. There should be a layouts folder under
> that directory, and you can store local modules there.
>
> Paul
>
>


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Fwd: Local modules under Windows 10

2017-07-08 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Sorry, I have done a direct reply in mys reply to Paul. Here it is for the
list.
-- Forwarded message --
From: <myi...@gmail.com>
Date: 2017-07-08 9:51 GMT+02:00
Subject: RE: Local modules under Windows 10
To: "Paul A. Rubin" <parubi...@gmail.com>


Thank you very much Paul pour this tip. The  ~/AppData/Roaming/Lyx22/ is
indeed thefolder indicated there. Its layouts subfolder is the initial
folder in which I have put these module files, but LyX complains even after
reconfigure and restart of Lyx  (I have even restarted Windows for good
measure and reconfigured again Lyx, no success).

I am really puzzled.



Provenance : Courrier <https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=550986> pour
Windows 10



*De : *Paul A. Rubin <parubi...@gmail.com>
*Envoyé le :*samedi 8 juillet 2017 02:43
*À : *myi...@gmail.com; LyX Users List <lyx-users@lists.lyx.org>
*Objet :*Re: Local modules under Windows 10



On 07/07/2017 07:50 PM, myi...@gmail.com wrote:

Hi again,

As a follow up to my preceding mail on LyX on Yoga Book, I have some
difficulties to make LyX to find modules I normally install locally (mainly
Beamerincrementedlists module). I have put this module under
~/AppData/Roaming/Lyx22/layouts, and reconfigured LyX , but it continues to
complain about not being able to find it when I open a Beamer file using
it. I have also tried the folder ~\AppData\Local\LyX 2.2\Resources\layouts
and no success (after again Reconfigure + restart LyX). Do you have any
idea what I am doing wrong ?

My last experience with Windows was with XP, but see that MS has kept more
or less the same folder structure, so I have the impression that I do what
is necessary and I am puzzled byt the unsuccessful outcome.

Thank you in advance for your help !

Murat



If you open LyX and click Help > About LyX, the initial (Version) tab
should list your user directory. There should be a layouts folder under
that directory, and you can store local modules there.

Paul





-- 
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Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


"Do you know what? I am happy" says this Droopy :-)

2017-07-07 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hello,
Just to share a good news (at least for me) with you; maybe that could be
useful to others too.

I have been searching for some time now for a nice tablet on which I can
run Lyx (it became my main  writing tool). I like my iPAD Air 2, but its
inability to run LyX was its main shortcoming for me. Now, I think I have
found what I need: Lenovo Yoga Book with Windows 10 (beware, there is also
an Android version). This is a very interesting tablet that comes with
enough power (a 4-cores Atom processor) to Run LyX and MikTeX (also
LibreOffice and other tools, including JabRef). It is very light, has a
full day autonomy in my intensive use, a nice screen and a Wacom tablet
based keyboard and touchpad. Since it is Wacom tablet based, it also comes
with a stylus.

I know that other users on this list have been asking about the tablet
version. Since the iPAD version does not seem to come, I decided to go on
the evil empire just for the love of LyX. :-)

Best regards,

Murat


-- 
Prof. Murat Yildizoglu

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: murat.yildizoglu at u-bordeaux.fr

web: www.yildizoglu.fr


Re: making LyX work with CAS on Mac OS

2016-10-19 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Maple works in my case, by adding

/Library/Frameworks/Maple.framework/Versions/17/bin

in the Path field of Lyx
The support is very elementary, but I can do 1+1=2 :-) using the evalf
function in the menu for Maple in Lyx

2016-10-19 11:40 GMT+02:00 Stephan Witt <st.w...@gmx.net>:

> Am 19.10.2016 um 10:30 schrieb Paola Manzini <pm...@st-andrews.ac.uk>:
> > YAY!!! it works Stephan, thank you ever so much, you have been so very
> patient, never been so happy to discover that 3+2=5 :-)
> > Presumably I would have to repeat the same procedure to create wrappers
> for mathematica and maple?
>
> Yes, this should work in principle. I don’t have these tools - the point
> is:
> you have to wrap the command line utility you can use in terminal.
> But care for Kornels advice below.
>
> > e.g.:
> > #!/bin/
> > sh
> >
> > /Applications/Mathematica.app/Contents/MacOS/MathKernel "$@„
>
> The first line „#!/bin/sh“ is another ritual were you shouldn’t be
> creative :) Don’t break it into multiple lines.
>
> The exec in front of the command line utility is again for efficiency.
> The shell process created by LyX to start the CAS utility will be
> replaced by the CAS utility instead of creating another child process.
>
> >
> > for mathematica and
> > #!/bin/
> > sh
> >
> > /Applications/Maple 18/Maple 18.app/Contents/MacOS/Maple 18 "$@"
> >
> > Again, a million thanks!
> > Paola
>
> You’re welcome.
>
> Am 19.10.2016 um 10:51 schrieb Kornel Benko <kor...@lyx.org>:
> >
> > Am Mittwoch, 19. Oktober 2016 um 08:30:53, schrieb Paola Manzini <
> pm...@st-andrews.ac.uk>
> > ...
> >> for mathematica and
> >> #!/bin/sh
> >> /Applications/Maple 18/Maple 18.app/Contents/MacOS/Maple 18 "$@"
> >>
> >
> > I don't believe this is possible. At least I'd expect
> >   #!/bin/sh
> >"/Applications/Maple 18/Maple 18.app/Contents/MacOS/Maple 18" "$@"
> >
> >   Kornel
>
> Yes, Kornel, you’re right. The spaces in path name need quotes.
> In case of maxima it was not required to quote the path name because
> it doesn’t contain spaces.
>
> Regards,
> Stephan




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Re: making LyX work with CAS on Mac OS

2016-10-18 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hi Kornelm
I think that yolu should point İnci'de the .app package, where the unix binary 
lives.
I do not have my laptop with me, but it could be the Macos folder in the app 
package (your .app file is in fact a bundle containing sub folders, and one of 
them contains the maxima binary

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Le 18 oct. 2016 à 13:06 +0200, Kornel Benko <kor...@lyx.org>, a écrit :
> Am Dienstag, 18. Oktober 2016 um 10:57:08, schrieb Paola Manzini 
> <pm...@st-andrews.ac.uk
> > On 18 Oct 2016, at 11:39, Kornel Benko 
> > <kor...@lyx.org<mailto:kor...@lyx.org>> wrote:
> >
> > Am Dienstag, 18. Oktober 2016 um 10:12:50, schrieb Paola Manzini 
> > <pm...@st-andrews.ac.uk<mailto:pm...@st-andrews.ac.uk
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I’ve searched the list and though this is not the first time the problem is 
> > noted, I haven’t been able to find any solution. The short of it is: it 
> > just won’t work. So for instance if I type “5+2” then invoke Edit/Math/CAS, 
> > I only get a lonely = side to the right of the expression, and no result 
> > (see screenshot)
> >
> > I am currently running Lyx 2.2.0 on Mac Os Sierra, but I had exactly the 
> > same problem under Maverick and El Capitan with previous Lyx versions, 
> > namely, nothing happens.
> >
> > I have specified the paths correctly (I think) to where the apps are 
> > (Mathematica, Maxima, Maple - nothing seems to work), and I can see the 
> > software calling the app (math-extern maxima), or (math-extern 
> > mathematica), but no result is churned out.
> >
> > Here is what I have in the "PATH prefix" field under 
> > Lyx->Preferences->Paths:
> >
> > /Library/TeX/texbin:/usr/texbin:/sw/bin:/sw/sbin:/opt/local/teTeX/bin:/opt/local/bin:/Library/TeX/local/bin:/Library/TeX/bin:/Library/TeX/X11R6/bin:/Library/TeX/sbin:/sbin:/usr/local/sbin:/Library/TeX/usr/local/bin:/Applications/Mathematica.app/Contents/MacOS/MathKernel:/Applications/Maxima.app:/Applications/Maple
> >  18/Maple 18.app
> >
> > Can anyone please help?
> >
> > Many thanks,
> > Paola
> >
> > [cid:1CA68732-253E-465F-82E6-7DF587AC9DB0@st-andrews.ac.uk]
> >
> >
> > I'd try calling lyx with '-dbg mathed' parameter from a console window.
> > Alternatively use View->Messages Pane->Settings
> > Check 'Selected'
> > Double click on 'mathed - Math editor'
> > back to 'Output'
> > ...
> > calling: maxima
> > input: 'simpsum:true;tex(5 + 2);'
> > output: '7'
> > Buffer.cpp (3449): updateMacro of novýsúbor9.lyx
> > 12:31:27.889: Automatický úklad hotový.
> >
> > Here it shows:
> > 12:38:28.705: Alt+M Afinding 'finding 'finding 'use whole cell: checking 
> > expr: '5 + 2'
> > calling: maxima
> > input: 'simpsum:true;tex(5 + 2);'
> > output: '7'
> >
> > Kornel
> >
> > many thanks Kornel for your prompt reply, I’ve tried what you suggested, 
> > and what I got is no output, namely:
> >
> > 11:55:08.254: (math-extern maxima)finding 'finding 'finding 'use whole 
> > cell: checking expr: '5 + 2'
> > calling: maxima
> > input: 'simpsum:true;tex(5 + 2);’
> >
> > does this suggest where the problem is?
>
> No, missing: output: '7'
>
> What happens if you call maxima from the console window and input the string 
> '(5+2);' followed by ?
> Here I get:
> (%i1) (5+2);
> (%o1) 7
> (%i2)
>
> > thanks,
> > Paola
>
> Kornel

Re: How to insert a frame between two frames in lyx2.2?

2016-06-23 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
I do not know the correct way, but I just add a last new frame, then move
it where I want through copy/paste or using the outline mode where you can
move up and down your frames.

2016-06-23 3:34 GMT+02:00 zzjjzz <zzjjzzg...@gmail.com>:

> Suppose I have already created two frames in lyx beamer. Then I realize
> that
> I need to insert a new frame between the two. Since lyx2.2 has removed
> separator. I tried the following two approaches, both failed.
>
> (1) "Alt+P Enter" obtained message "Command disabled".
> (2) There is no "Start new environment" from the "Editor" in the menu.
>
> What is the correct way to insert a frame between two existing frames?
>
>


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Re: microtype usage

2016-02-23 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
1 for me too

2016-02-23 9:30 GMT+01:00 Anthony Campbell <a...@acampbell.uk>:

> On 22 Feb 2016, Pavel Sanda wrote:
> > Hi LyXers,
> >
> > we will add support for microtype into LyX.
> >
> > I would like to get some feedback from users who already use this package
> > about their workflow. Do you
> >
> > 1. just load the package in preamble via \usepackage{microtype}
> > 2. usually add few more parameters via \usepackage[param1]{microtype}
> > 3. use heavy loaded settings to get what you need
> > ?
> >
> > (I'm trying to figure out how much space for param tuning should
> > be left for user in the interface.)
> >
> > Pavel
>
> 1.
>
> Anthony
>
> --
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>



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Re: Has anyone tried LyX on rollApp?

2015-12-07 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hi Paola,
I have had also exactly the same experience and I have signaled it to them.
Too slow to be really useful at this stage, and I regret it a lot.
I have also met keyboard and keyboard shortcuts problem using my Logitech
case's keyboard.

I am totally seduced by the idea and I look forward to it when it will
become a reliable solution on the tablets.

Best,

Murat

2015-12-07 9:21 GMT+01:00 Paola Manzini <pm...@st-andrews.ac.uk>:

>
>
> On 7 December 2015 07:00:14 GMT+00:00, Scott Kostyshak <skost...@lyx.org>
> wrote:
>>
>> LyX can be used through a webbrowser on the cloud at rollApp. There are
>> many reasons not to do this, but I'm curious if anyone has actually used
>> this for any serious work?
>>
>> I just tried it out for a test run. It is easy:
>>
>> 1. go to https://www.rollapp.com/app/lyx
>> 2. click "Launch Online"
>> 3. choose "Test Drive"
>>
>> Scott
>>
>>
> I have (on an ipad) and I can confirm that it is good on a reasonable
> connection.
>
> For instance it works well when I can tether on my mobile, but on the
> (snailpace) train wifi it is unusable.
> I am a fan!
>
> Paola
>



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Strange font copy and paste problem

2014-12-06 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Maybe this is not a LyX problem, I am not sure. But I only observe this
with text pasted from LyX. I use LyX Version 2.1.2.2 for OSX 10.10.1.

I am testing a new text correction (spelling/grammar/usage) software for
French: Le Robert Correcteur (*LRC*). It does not come for a module for LyX
of course, but it can check the text that is already on the clipboard when
one types a keyboard shortcut.

When I select the text in LyX and activate the copy in the clipboard and
the keyboard shortcut for text verification, the pasted text comes without
the accented characters in LRC. I have set the document for using utf8 for
font encoding (I am not sure that this is relevant for the copied text),
and I use the Latin Modern Sans Unitype font for the screen fonts for sans
serif (this is a beamer doc), and Georgia for the roman fonts.

Even stranger: when I paste the text in a GMail window in Firefox or in
Safari, it comes complete with all the accented characters...

It seems that the problem is mainly with LRC, but I do not know if there is
a way to solve it, by changing an option in Lyx. It seems specific to LyX
because if I copy an accented text from TeXMaker, for example, I do not
observe it.

Any idea how I could tell LyX to send the copied text in a format that is
compatible with LRC (the documentation of LRC does not say a word about the
format expected by it unfortunately, but it should be standard format for
Mac because I do meet this proble with text pasted from elsewhere?

Best regards,

Murat




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Re: Strange font copy and paste problem

2014-12-06 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Just to complete this, I also get the same problem when I paste the text
copied from LyX in a TextEdit window, so it does not seem to be specific to
Le Robert Correcteur.

2014-12-06 13:04 GMT+01:00 Murat Yildizoglu myi...@gmail.com:

 Maybe this is not a LyX problem, I am not sure. But I only observe this
 with text pasted from LyX. I use LyX Version 2.1.2.2 for OSX 10.10.1.

 I am testing a new text correction (spelling/grammar/usage) software for
 French: Le Robert Correcteur (*LRC*). It does not come for a module for
 LyX of course, but it can check the text that is already on the clipboard
 when one types a keyboard shortcut.

 When I select the text in LyX and activate the copy in the clipboard and
 the keyboard shortcut for text verification, the pasted text comes without
 the accented characters in LRC. I have set the document for using utf8 for
 font encoding (I am not sure that this is relevant for the copied text),
 and I use the Latin Modern Sans Unitype font for the screen fonts for sans
 serif (this is a beamer doc), and Georgia for the roman fonts.

 Even stranger: when I paste the text in a GMail window in Firefox or in
 Safari, it comes complete with all the accented characters...

 It seems that the problem is mainly with LRC, but I do not know if there
 is a way to solve it, by changing an option in Lyx. It seems specific to
 LyX because if I copy an accented text from TeXMaker, for example, I do not
 observe it.

 Any idea how I could tell LyX to send the copied text in a format that is
 compatible with LRC (the documentation of LRC does not say a word about the
 format expected by it unfortunately, but it should be standard format for
 Mac because I do meet this proble with text pasted from elsewhere?

 Best regards,

 Murat




 --
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 GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
 Avenue Léon Duguit
 33608 Pessac cedex
 France

 Bureau : E-331

 mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

 web: yildizoglu.info




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GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
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Strange font copy and paste problem

2014-12-06 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Maybe this is not a LyX problem, I am not sure. But I only observe this
with text pasted from LyX. I use LyX Version 2.1.2.2 for OSX 10.10.1.

I am testing a new text correction (spelling/grammar/usage) software for
French: Le Robert Correcteur (*LRC*). It does not come for a module for LyX
of course, but it can check the text that is already on the clipboard when
one types a keyboard shortcut.

When I select the text in LyX and activate the copy in the clipboard and
the keyboard shortcut for text verification, the pasted text comes without
the accented characters in LRC. I have set the document for using utf8 for
font encoding (I am not sure that this is relevant for the copied text),
and I use the Latin Modern Sans Unitype font for the screen fonts for sans
serif (this is a beamer doc), and Georgia for the roman fonts.

Even stranger: when I paste the text in a GMail window in Firefox or in
Safari, it comes complete with all the accented characters...

It seems that the problem is mainly with LRC, but I do not know if there is
a way to solve it, by changing an option in Lyx. It seems specific to LyX
because if I copy an accented text from TeXMaker, for example, I do not
observe it.

Any idea how I could tell LyX to send the copied text in a format that is
compatible with LRC (the documentation of LRC does not say a word about the
format expected by it unfortunately, but it should be standard format for
Mac because I do meet this proble with text pasted from elsewhere?

Best regards,

Murat




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Re: Strange font copy and paste problem

2014-12-06 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Just to complete this, I also get the same problem when I paste the text
copied from LyX in a TextEdit window, so it does not seem to be specific to
Le Robert Correcteur.

2014-12-06 13:04 GMT+01:00 Murat Yildizoglu myi...@gmail.com:

 Maybe this is not a LyX problem, I am not sure. But I only observe this
 with text pasted from LyX. I use LyX Version 2.1.2.2 for OSX 10.10.1.

 I am testing a new text correction (spelling/grammar/usage) software for
 French: Le Robert Correcteur (*LRC*). It does not come for a module for
 LyX of course, but it can check the text that is already on the clipboard
 when one types a keyboard shortcut.

 When I select the text in LyX and activate the copy in the clipboard and
 the keyboard shortcut for text verification, the pasted text comes without
 the accented characters in LRC. I have set the document for using utf8 for
 font encoding (I am not sure that this is relevant for the copied text),
 and I use the Latin Modern Sans Unitype font for the screen fonts for sans
 serif (this is a beamer doc), and Georgia for the roman fonts.

 Even stranger: when I paste the text in a GMail window in Firefox or in
 Safari, it comes complete with all the accented characters...

 It seems that the problem is mainly with LRC, but I do not know if there
 is a way to solve it, by changing an option in Lyx. It seems specific to
 LyX because if I copy an accented text from TeXMaker, for example, I do not
 observe it.

 Any idea how I could tell LyX to send the copied text in a format that is
 compatible with LRC (the documentation of LRC does not say a word about the
 format expected by it unfortunately, but it should be standard format for
 Mac because I do meet this proble with text pasted from elsewhere?

 Best regards,

 Murat




 --
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 Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV
 GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
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 Bureau : E-331

 mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

 web: yildizoglu.info




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Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

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Strange font copy and paste problem

2014-12-06 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Maybe this is not a LyX problem, I am not sure. But I only observe this
with text pasted from LyX. I use LyX Version 2.1.2.2 for OSX 10.10.1.

I am testing a new text correction (spelling/grammar/usage) software for
French: Le Robert Correcteur (*LRC*). It does not come for a module for LyX
of course, but it can check the text that is already on the clipboard when
one types a keyboard shortcut.

When I select the text in LyX and activate the copy in the clipboard and
the keyboard shortcut for text verification, the pasted text comes without
the accented characters in LRC. I have set the document for using utf8 for
font encoding (I am not sure that this is relevant for the copied text),
and I use the Latin Modern Sans Unitype font for the screen fonts for sans
serif (this is a beamer doc), and Georgia for the roman fonts.

Even stranger: when I paste the text in a GMail window in Firefox or in
Safari, it comes complete with all the accented characters...

It seems that the problem is mainly with LRC, but I do not know if there is
a way to solve it, by changing an option in Lyx. It seems specific to LyX
because if I copy an accented text from TeXMaker, for example, I do not
observe it.

Any idea how I could tell LyX to send the copied text in a format that is
compatible with LRC (the documentation of LRC does not say a word about the
format expected by it unfortunately, but it should be standard format for
Mac because I do meet this proble with text pasted from elsewhere?

Best regards,

Murat




-- 
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Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


Re: Strange font copy and paste problem

2014-12-06 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Just to complete this, I also get the same problem when I paste the text
copied from LyX in a TextEdit window, so it does not seem to be specific to
Le Robert Correcteur.

2014-12-06 13:04 GMT+01:00 Murat Yildizoglu <myi...@gmail.com>:

> Maybe this is not a LyX problem, I am not sure. But I only observe this
> with text pasted from LyX. I use LyX Version 2.1.2.2 for OSX 10.10.1.
>
> I am testing a new text correction (spelling/grammar/usage) software for
> French: Le Robert Correcteur (*LRC*). It does not come for a module for
> LyX of course, but it can check the text that is already on the clipboard
> when one types a keyboard shortcut.
>
> When I select the text in LyX and activate the copy in the clipboard and
> the keyboard shortcut for text verification, the pasted text comes without
> the accented characters in LRC. I have set the document for using utf8 for
> font encoding (I am not sure that this is relevant for the copied text),
> and I use the Latin Modern Sans Unitype font for the screen fonts for sans
> serif (this is a beamer doc), and Georgia for the roman fonts.
>
> Even stranger: when I paste the text in a GMail window in Firefox or in
> Safari, it comes complete with all the accented characters...
>
> It seems that the problem is mainly with LRC, but I do not know if there
> is a way to solve it, by changing an option in Lyx. It seems specific to
> LyX because if I copy an accented text from TeXMaker, for example, I do not
> observe it.
>
> Any idea how I could tell LyX to send the copied text in a format that is
> compatible with LRC (the documentation of LRC does not say a word about the
> format expected by it unfortunately, but it should be standard format for
> Mac because I do meet this proble with text pasted from elsewhere?
>
> Best regards,
>
> Murat
>
>
>
>
> --
> Prof. Murat Yildizoglu
>
> Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV
> GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
> Avenue Léon Duguit
> 33608 Pessac cedex
> France
>
> Bureau : E-331
>
> mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr
>
> web: yildizoglu.info
>



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Avenue Léon Duguit
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Re: Calculyx

2014-11-24 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Very nice and very cool indeed! Thanks a lot Andrew! This seems to be a 
nice (also because much lighter) competitor to the Sage module for many 
numerical computations.  I will check it as soon as I can.

Best regards,

Murat


aparsloe mailto:apars...@clear.net.nz
24 novembre 2014 02:47
I've written a LaTeX package called calculyx which numerically 
evaluates mathematical expressions in LyX before one's eyes using 
instant preview.  It is written in the expl3 language of LaTeX3 but is 
used just like any other LaTeX package. There is a link at 
http://wiki.lyx.org/Examples/Calculyx to a zipped archive currently in 
a Dropbox folder, and a screenshot (.png format) of a one-page LaTeX 
document and the resulting pdf with a few example calculations at 
https://www.dropbox.com/s/7djkyjs44bpraol/Screenshot%202014-11-24%2013.52.07.png?dl=0. 
The LaTeX may look complicated, but using LyX, all that is as ever 
hidden. One simply enters expressions in the LyX math editor as usual.


Calculyx requires the three LaTeX3 bundles l3kernel,  l3packages and 
l3experimental. Because a main routine uses a  command that was 
introduced to l3kernel on 18 July 2014, the version of l3kernel must 
be later than this. The calculational engine for calculyx is the 
floating point module l3fp in l3kernel.


I have tried to ensure as much as possible that calculyx reads 
expressions as mathematicians write them. For instance it will 
digest \sin 3x - 3\sin x + 4\sin^{3} x (for a specified value of x, 
say \pi/6) without parentheses around the arguments and with the 
superscript in the wrong but familiar place. It will digest the 
common arithmetic operators, plus variants like \times and \div, the 
familiar trigonometric and hyperbolic functions and their inverses, 
the exponential and natural logarithm, fractions (\frac, \tfrac), 
square root and \surd, factorials ( using !), binomial coefficients 
(\binom, \tbinom), \gcd, sums and products (\sum, \prod) including 
infinite sums and products, limits (\lim), derivatives (1st and 2nd 
order), including Cartesian 2-d and 3-d Laplacians, and definite 
integrals in one variable. Results are generally presented in the 
form: expression = result. There is also a (multi-column) table 
creating command and another which will iterate a function (for the 
chaos theorists).


The package contains a novelty that I think could be exploited more 
widely. Some calculations are computationally intensive. So as not to 
burden the compilation of the pdf with them, these calculations can be 
parked either in a LyX note or in an inactive branch. Instant 
preview works in both places (with a caveat for LyX notes). The result 
of the calculation can be saved to a LaTeX control sequence. Calculyx 
automatically saves such control sequences to a file. They are then 
available for inserting elsewhere in the document -- even at the 
start, long before the place where the calculation is performed. If 
you are prepared to set up a converter and copier, then the file 
containing the control sequences can be saved in the document 
directory -- or copied to other directories whereby the results of 
those parked calculations are made available to these other 
documents. By this means selected items in LyX notes or inactive 
branches can play a part in compilation to pdf.


Andrew


--
Prof. Murat Yildizoglu

Université de Bordeaux
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

Mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr
Web: yildizoglu.info
mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr




Re: Calculyx

2014-11-24 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Very nice and very cool indeed! Thanks a lot Andrew! This seems to be a 
nice (also because much lighter) competitor to the Sage module for many 
numerical computations.  I will check it as soon as I can.

Best regards,

Murat


aparsloe mailto:apars...@clear.net.nz
24 novembre 2014 02:47
I've written a LaTeX package called calculyx which numerically 
evaluates mathematical expressions in LyX before one's eyes using 
instant preview.  It is written in the expl3 language of LaTeX3 but is 
used just like any other LaTeX package. There is a link at 
http://wiki.lyx.org/Examples/Calculyx to a zipped archive currently in 
a Dropbox folder, and a screenshot (.png format) of a one-page LaTeX 
document and the resulting pdf with a few example calculations at 
https://www.dropbox.com/s/7djkyjs44bpraol/Screenshot%202014-11-24%2013.52.07.png?dl=0. 
The LaTeX may look complicated, but using LyX, all that is as ever 
hidden. One simply enters expressions in the LyX math editor as usual.


Calculyx requires the three LaTeX3 bundles l3kernel,  l3packages and 
l3experimental. Because a main routine uses a  command that was 
introduced to l3kernel on 18 July 2014, the version of l3kernel must 
be later than this. The calculational engine for calculyx is the 
floating point module l3fp in l3kernel.


I have tried to ensure as much as possible that calculyx reads 
expressions as mathematicians write them. For instance it will 
digest \sin 3x - 3\sin x + 4\sin^{3} x (for a specified value of x, 
say \pi/6) without parentheses around the arguments and with the 
superscript in the wrong but familiar place. It will digest the 
common arithmetic operators, plus variants like \times and \div, the 
familiar trigonometric and hyperbolic functions and their inverses, 
the exponential and natural logarithm, fractions (\frac, \tfrac), 
square root and \surd, factorials ( using !), binomial coefficients 
(\binom, \tbinom), \gcd, sums and products (\sum, \prod) including 
infinite sums and products, limits (\lim), derivatives (1st and 2nd 
order), including Cartesian 2-d and 3-d Laplacians, and definite 
integrals in one variable. Results are generally presented in the 
form: expression = result. There is also a (multi-column) table 
creating command and another which will iterate a function (for the 
chaos theorists).


The package contains a novelty that I think could be exploited more 
widely. Some calculations are computationally intensive. So as not to 
burden the compilation of the pdf with them, these calculations can be 
parked either in a LyX note or in an inactive branch. Instant 
preview works in both places (with a caveat for LyX notes). The result 
of the calculation can be saved to a LaTeX control sequence. Calculyx 
automatically saves such control sequences to a file. They are then 
available for inserting elsewhere in the document -- even at the 
start, long before the place where the calculation is performed. If 
you are prepared to set up a converter and copier, then the file 
containing the control sequences can be saved in the document 
directory -- or copied to other directories whereby the results of 
those parked calculations are made available to these other 
documents. By this means selected items in LyX notes or inactive 
branches can play a part in compilation to pdf.


Andrew


--
Prof. Murat Yildizoglu

Université de Bordeaux
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

Mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr
Web: yildizoglu.info
mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr




Re: Calculyx

2014-11-24 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Very nice and very cool indeed! Thanks a lot Andrew! This seems to be a 
nice (also because much lighter) competitor to the Sage module for many 
numerical computations.  I will check it as soon as I can.

Best regards,

Murat


aparsloe <mailto:apars...@clear.net.nz>
24 novembre 2014 02:47
I've written a LaTeX package called "calculyx" which numerically 
evaluates mathematical expressions in LyX "before one's eyes" using 
instant preview.  It is written in the expl3 language of LaTeX3 but is 
used just like any other LaTeX package. There is a link at 
http://wiki.lyx.org/Examples/Calculyx to a zipped archive currently in 
a Dropbox folder, and a screenshot (.png format) of a one-page LaTeX 
document and the resulting pdf with a few example calculations at 
https://www.dropbox.com/s/7djkyjs44bpraol/Screenshot%202014-11-24%2013.52.07.png?dl=0. 
The LaTeX may look complicated, but using LyX, all that is as ever 
hidden. One simply enters expressions in the LyX math editor as usual.


Calculyx requires the three LaTeX3 bundles l3kernel,  l3packages and 
l3experimental. Because a main routine uses a  command that was 
introduced to l3kernel on 18 July 2014, the version of l3kernel must 
be later than this. The calculational engine for calculyx is the 
floating point module l3fp in l3kernel.


I have tried to ensure as much as possible that calculyx reads 
expressions as mathematicians write them. For instance it will 
"digest" \sin 3x - 3\sin x + 4\sin^{3} x (for a specified value of x, 
say \pi/6) without parentheses around the arguments and with the 
superscript in the "wrong" but familiar place. It will "digest" the 
common arithmetic operators, plus variants like \times and \div, the 
familiar trigonometric and hyperbolic functions and their inverses, 
the exponential and natural logarithm, fractions (\frac, \tfrac), 
square root and \surd, factorials ( using !), binomial coefficients 
(\binom, \tbinom), \gcd, sums and products (\sum, \prod) including 
"infinite" sums and products, limits (\lim), derivatives (1st and 2nd 
order), including Cartesian 2-d and 3-d Laplacians, and definite 
integrals in one variable. Results are generally presented in the 
form: expression = result. There is also a (multi-column) table 
creating command and another which will iterate a function (for the 
chaos theorists).


The package contains a novelty that I think could be exploited more 
widely. Some calculations are computationally intensive. So as not to 
burden the compilation of the pdf with them, these calculations can be 
"parked" either in a LyX note or in an inactive branch. Instant 
preview works in both places (with a caveat for LyX notes). The result 
of the calculation can be saved to a LaTeX control sequence. Calculyx 
automatically saves such control sequences to a file. They are then 
available for inserting elsewhere in the document -- even at the 
start, long before the place where the calculation is performed. If 
you are prepared to set up a converter and copier, then the file 
containing the control sequences can be saved in the document 
directory -- or copied to other directories whereby the results of 
those "parked" calculations are made available to these other 
documents. By this means selected items in LyX notes or inactive 
branches can play a part in compilation to pdf.


Andrew


--
Prof. Murat Yildizoglu

Université de Bordeaux
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

Mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr
Web: yildizoglu.info
<mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr>




Yosemite blues again?

2014-11-17 Thread Murat Yildizoglu-BX4

Hi,
I am under Yosemite and MacTeX 2014 now.
I meet a bizarre problem again: when I try to add a reference to an 
article, the box for the reference list contained in the bib file is empty.
I have checked that the bib file in the bibliography box at the end of 
the document is available to LyX (I have even added it again from 
scratch). I have also tried the Rescan button, no avail.
The bib file lives in ~/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib, which is the path 
indicated by MacTeX 2014 FAQ, and the files has been happily living 
there for many years :-)


Do you have any idea why this not working anymore?

Best regards,

Murat
--
Prof. Murat Yildizoglu

Université de Bordeaux
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

Mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr
Web: yildizoglu.info
mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr




Re: Yosemite blues again?

2014-11-17 Thread Murat Yildizoglu-BX4

Now this is strange,
I have copied the bib file in the same folder as the document, and the 
content of the list in the bibliography field at the end of the document 
changed to show the full path (instead of just its name) to the initial 
bib file (living in the texmf folder), and I can now see the references 
in the list when I try to insert one. It now works even if I rename the 
copy I have put in the same folder as the document.

I am completely puzzled by what is going on.
Any idea?

Murat


Murat Yildizoglu-BX4 mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr
17 novembre 2014 12:23
Hi,
I am under Yosemite and MacTeX 2014 now.
I meet a bizarre problem again: when I try to add a reference to an 
article, the box for the reference list contained in the bib file is 
empty.
I have checked that the bib file in the bibliography box at the end of 
the document is available to LyX (I have even added it again from 
scratch). I have also tried the Rescan button, no avail.
The bib file lives in ~/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib, which is the path 
indicated by MacTeX 2014 FAQ, and the files has been happily living 
there for many years :-)


Do you have any idea why this not working anymore?

Best regards,

Murat


--
Prof. Murat Yildizoglu

Université de Bordeaux
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

Mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr
Web: yildizoglu.info
mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr




Yosemite blues again?

2014-11-17 Thread Murat Yildizoglu-BX4

Hi,
I am under Yosemite and MacTeX 2014 now.
I meet a bizarre problem again: when I try to add a reference to an 
article, the box for the reference list contained in the bib file is empty.
I have checked that the bib file in the bibliography box at the end of 
the document is available to LyX (I have even added it again from 
scratch). I have also tried the Rescan button, no avail.
The bib file lives in ~/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib, which is the path 
indicated by MacTeX 2014 FAQ, and the files has been happily living 
there for many years :-)


Do you have any idea why this not working anymore?

Best regards,

Murat
--
Prof. Murat Yildizoglu

Université de Bordeaux
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

Mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr
Web: yildizoglu.info
mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr




Re: Yosemite blues again?

2014-11-17 Thread Murat Yildizoglu-BX4

Now this is strange,
I have copied the bib file in the same folder as the document, and the 
content of the list in the bibliography field at the end of the document 
changed to show the full path (instead of just its name) to the initial 
bib file (living in the texmf folder), and I can now see the references 
in the list when I try to insert one. It now works even if I rename the 
copy I have put in the same folder as the document.

I am completely puzzled by what is going on.
Any idea?

Murat


Murat Yildizoglu-BX4 mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr
17 novembre 2014 12:23
Hi,
I am under Yosemite and MacTeX 2014 now.
I meet a bizarre problem again: when I try to add a reference to an 
article, the box for the reference list contained in the bib file is 
empty.
I have checked that the bib file in the bibliography box at the end of 
the document is available to LyX (I have even added it again from 
scratch). I have also tried the Rescan button, no avail.
The bib file lives in ~/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib, which is the path 
indicated by MacTeX 2014 FAQ, and the files has been happily living 
there for many years :-)


Do you have any idea why this not working anymore?

Best regards,

Murat


--
Prof. Murat Yildizoglu

Université de Bordeaux
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

Mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr
Web: yildizoglu.info
mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr




Yosemite blues again?

2014-11-17 Thread Murat Yildizoglu-BX4

Hi,
I am under Yosemite and MacTeX 2014 now.
I meet a bizarre problem again: when I try to add a reference to an 
article, the box for the reference list contained in the bib file is empty.
I have checked that the bib file in the bibliography box at the end of 
the document is available to LyX (I have even added it again from 
scratch). I have also tried the Rescan button, no avail.
The bib file lives in ~/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib, which is the path 
indicated by MacTeX 2014 FAQ, and the files has been happily living 
there for many years :-)


Do you have any idea why this not working anymore?

Best regards,

Murat
--
Prof. Murat Yildizoglu

Université de Bordeaux
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

Mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr
Web: yildizoglu.info
<mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr>




Re: Yosemite blues again?

2014-11-17 Thread Murat Yildizoglu-BX4

Now this is strange,
I have copied the bib file in the same folder as the document, and the 
content of the list in the bibliography field at the end of the document 
changed to show the full path (instead of just its name) to the initial 
bib file (living in the texmf folder), and I can now see the references 
in the list when I try to insert one. It now works even if I rename the 
copy I have put in the same folder as the document.

I am completely puzzled by what is going on.
Any idea?

Murat


Murat Yildizoglu-BX4 <mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr>
17 novembre 2014 12:23
Hi,
I am under Yosemite and MacTeX 2014 now.
I meet a bizarre problem again: when I try to add a reference to an 
article, the box for the reference list contained in the bib file is 
empty.
I have checked that the bib file in the bibliography box at the end of 
the document is available to LyX (I have even added it again from 
scratch). I have also tried the Rescan button, no avail.
The bib file lives in ~/Library/texmf/bibtex/bib, which is the path 
indicated by MacTeX 2014 FAQ, and the files has been happily living 
there for many years :-)


Do you have any idea why this not working anymore?

Best regards,

Murat


--
Prof. Murat Yildizoglu

Université de Bordeaux
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

Mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr
Web: yildizoglu.info
<mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr>




Re: Yosemite problems...

2014-11-13 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
The problem I have signaled concerns the preview of the PDF graphics in
LyX's Window.
Otherwise, the file compiles with the graphics without any problem in all
cases.

Yes, when I start from the Terminal, the PDF's preview correctly.

But something strange happened yesterday: I have upgraded my MacPorts
installation through sudo port selfupdate and reconfigured LyX and now the
graphics seem to preview in LyX. Bizarre...

2014-11-13 9:04 GMT+01:00 Anders Ekberg a...@mac.com:

 For me (with pdf generated from Word on a pre-Yosemite Mac) the rendering
 within LyX does not work well (it puts the two pages on top of each other).
 Creating a pdf (pdf-latex) works fine though. If it could be of any help in
 pin-pointing the problem the pdf inserted here are two pages in one file
 inserted using Insert  file  external material.

 When inserting as graphics (including within a float) rendering of a pdf
 also works although the preview gets an ”Error converting to loadable
 format”

 /Anders

 From: Christopher Menzel chris.men...@gmail.com
 Date: Wednesday 12 November 2014 22:23
 To: LyX Users List lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
 Cc: LyX Developers lyx-de...@lists.lyx.org
 Subject: Re: Yosemite problems...

 I've been having this problem with embedded PDFs as well since at least
 2.1.1. (As with Murat, they do render successfully if I start LyX from the
 CL.)

 -chris

 Murat Yildizoglu wrote:

 Hi,
 I have updated by MacBook to Yosemite and LyX to the last version
 (2.1.2.1). This solves the problem of only being able to reconfigure LyX
 after having launched it from the command line.
 But I have now another problem, the figures in PDF format are not loaded
 in LyX. It says that it cannot convert them to a loadable format. I have
 both ImageMagick and GhostScript installed via MacPorts (that I have also
 updated), and, when I launch LyX from the terminal, it can convert the
 graphics and show them on the screen.

 Is this an unsolvable problem, or can we do something for getting back the
 functionality of LyX?

 An aside, in case you are worrying about this: I have checked that KnitR
 files compile without any problem.

 Any idea about the solution?

 Best regards,

 Murat




-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


Re: Yosemite problems...

2014-11-13 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
The problem I have signaled concerns the preview of the PDF graphics in
LyX's Window.
Otherwise, the file compiles with the graphics without any problem in all
cases.

Yes, when I start from the Terminal, the PDF's preview correctly.

But something strange happened yesterday: I have upgraded my MacPorts
installation through sudo port selfupdate and reconfigured LyX and now the
graphics seem to preview in LyX. Bizarre...

2014-11-13 9:04 GMT+01:00 Anders Ekberg a...@mac.com:

 For me (with pdf generated from Word on a pre-Yosemite Mac) the rendering
 within LyX does not work well (it puts the two pages on top of each other).
 Creating a pdf (pdf-latex) works fine though. If it could be of any help in
 pin-pointing the problem the pdf inserted here are two pages in one file
 inserted using Insert  file  external material.

 When inserting as graphics (including within a float) rendering of a pdf
 also works although the preview gets an ”Error converting to loadable
 format”

 /Anders

 From: Christopher Menzel chris.men...@gmail.com
 Date: Wednesday 12 November 2014 22:23
 To: LyX Users List lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
 Cc: LyX Developers lyx-de...@lists.lyx.org
 Subject: Re: Yosemite problems...

 I've been having this problem with embedded PDFs as well since at least
 2.1.1. (As with Murat, they do render successfully if I start LyX from the
 CL.)

 -chris

 Murat Yildizoglu wrote:

 Hi,
 I have updated by MacBook to Yosemite and LyX to the last version
 (2.1.2.1). This solves the problem of only being able to reconfigure LyX
 after having launched it from the command line.
 But I have now another problem, the figures in PDF format are not loaded
 in LyX. It says that it cannot convert them to a loadable format. I have
 both ImageMagick and GhostScript installed via MacPorts (that I have also
 updated), and, when I launch LyX from the terminal, it can convert the
 graphics and show them on the screen.

 Is this an unsolvable problem, or can we do something for getting back the
 functionality of LyX?

 An aside, in case you are worrying about this: I have checked that KnitR
 files compile without any problem.

 Any idea about the solution?

 Best regards,

 Murat




-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


Re: Yosemite problems...

2014-11-13 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
The problem I have signaled concerns the preview of the PDF graphics in
LyX's Window.
Otherwise, the file compiles with the graphics without any problem in all
cases.

Yes, when I start from the Terminal, the PDF's preview correctly.

But something strange happened yesterday: I have upgraded my MacPorts
installation through sudo port selfupdate and reconfigured LyX and now the
graphics seem to preview in LyX. Bizarre...

2014-11-13 9:04 GMT+01:00 Anders Ekberg <a...@mac.com>:

> For me (with pdf generated from Word on a pre-Yosemite Mac) the rendering
> within LyX does not work well (it puts the two pages on top of each other).
> Creating a pdf (pdf-latex) works fine though. If it could be of any help in
> pin-pointing the problem the pdf inserted here are two pages in one file
> inserted using Insert > file > external material.
>
> When inserting as graphics (including within a float) rendering of a pdf
> also works although the preview gets an ”Error converting to loadable
> format”
>
> /Anders
>
> From: Christopher Menzel <chris.men...@gmail.com>
> Date: Wednesday 12 November 2014 22:23
> To: LyX Users List <lyx-users@lists.lyx.org>
> Cc: LyX Developers <lyx-de...@lists.lyx.org>
> Subject: Re: Yosemite problems...
>
> I've been having this problem with embedded PDFs as well since at least
> 2.1.1. (As with Murat, they do render successfully if I start LyX from the
> CL.)
>
> -chris
>
> Murat Yildizoglu wrote:
>
> Hi,
> I have updated by MacBook to Yosemite and LyX to the last version
> (2.1.2.1). This solves the problem of only being able to reconfigure LyX
> after having launched it from the command line.
> But I have now another problem, the figures in PDF format are not loaded
> in LyX. It says that it cannot convert them to a loadable format. I have
> both ImageMagick and GhostScript installed via MacPorts (that I have also
> updated), and, when I launch LyX from the terminal, it can convert the
> graphics and show them on the screen.
>
> Is this an unsolvable problem, or can we do something for getting back the
> functionality of LyX?
>
> An aside, in case you are worrying about this: I have checked that KnitR
> files compile without any problem.
>
> Any idea about the solution?
>
> Best regards,
>
> Murat
>
>


-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


Yosemite problems...

2014-11-12 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hi,
I have updated by MacBook to Yosemite and LyX to the last version
(2.1.2.1). This solves the problem of only being able to reconfigure LyX
after having launched it from the command line.
But I have now another problem, the figures in PDF format are not loaded in
LyX. It says that it cannot convert them to a loadable format. I have both
ImageMagick and GhostScript installed via MacPorts (that I have also
updated), and, when I launch LyX from the terminal, it can convert the
graphics and show them on the screen.

Is this an unsolvable problem, or can we do something for getting back the
functionality of LyX?

An aside, in case you are worrying about this: I have checked that KnitR
files compile without any problem.

Any idea about the solution?

Best regards,

Murat

-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


Yosemite problems...

2014-11-12 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hi,
I have updated by MacBook to Yosemite and LyX to the last version
(2.1.2.1). This solves the problem of only being able to reconfigure LyX
after having launched it from the command line.
But I have now another problem, the figures in PDF format are not loaded in
LyX. It says that it cannot convert them to a loadable format. I have both
ImageMagick and GhostScript installed via MacPorts (that I have also
updated), and, when I launch LyX from the terminal, it can convert the
graphics and show them on the screen.

Is this an unsolvable problem, or can we do something for getting back the
functionality of LyX?

An aside, in case you are worrying about this: I have checked that KnitR
files compile without any problem.

Any idea about the solution?

Best regards,

Murat

-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


Yosemite problems...

2014-11-12 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hi,
I have updated by MacBook to Yosemite and LyX to the last version
(2.1.2.1). This solves the problem of only being able to reconfigure LyX
after having launched it from the command line.
But I have now another problem, the figures in PDF format are not loaded in
LyX. It says that it cannot convert them to a loadable format. I have both
ImageMagick and GhostScript installed via MacPorts (that I have also
updated), and, when I launch LyX from the terminal, it can convert the
graphics and show them on the screen.

Is this an unsolvable problem, or can we do something for getting back the
functionality of LyX?

An aside, in case you are worrying about this: I have checked that KnitR
files compile without any problem.

Any idea about the solution?

Best regards,

Murat

-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
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Re: Lyx and Yosemite

2014-10-20 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
I do not know why it worked, but this method has worked after having
restarted my laptop today. After having launched through the terminal and
run Reconfigure, I can now find everything in LyX. I ma relieved.

Thanks a lot for this solution.

2014-10-19 19:19 GMT+02:00 Murat Yildizoglu myi...@gmail.com:

 Hi,
 I have upgraded my MBP 2011 to Yosemite and I meet similar problems. When
 I launch LyX from the Console (sudo and not sudo), I get a Lyx with a
 French interface and it can see all latex packages installed by MacTeX2014
 when I do Tools/Tex Information.
 When I launch it using the Applications folder icon, I get a LyX with an
 English UI and it cannot see any of the packages.
 Really strange problem...


 Anders Engelsvold a écrit :

 Hello,

 I am a complete beginner to Tex, and have recently installed Lyx in 
 conjunction with MacTex.
 Lyx doesn’t appear to be recognizing the Tex-distribution though, because as 
 soon as I start the program I get a message saying that I’m missing a 
 document class. If I go to Document - Settings, all the document classes are 
 listed as unavailable.

 I have got a Macbook Pro 2011 running Yosemite (OS X 10.10). I installed Lyx 
 and MacTex after installing Yosemite.

 What I have tried to fix it:
 - Uninstalling and reinstalling both MacTex and Lyx
 - Reconfigure
 - Running the configure.py module in the resources folder (almost every line 
 in the output is followed by a no)

 I have been in touch with Herb Schulz at MacTex and he concluded that 
 everything was running fine on the MacTex-end on my computer.
 He came with the following suggestion:

 From some discussions on the TeXworks list it appears that TeXworks has been 
 struck by a bug in Yosemite that passes the incorrect PATH value to 
 sub-processes. This might be true for Lyx too. Please report this to the 
 authors of Lyx.


 Best regards,
 Anders Engelsvold


 --
 [image: Université de Bordeaux] http://www.u-bordeaux.fr [image: CNRS]
 http://www.cnrs.fr/aquitaine-limousin

 Prof. Murat Yildizoglu yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr

 GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
 UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
 GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
 MURAT YILDIZOGLU
 16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
 CS 50057
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GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
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France

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mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

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Re: Lyx and Yosemite

2014-10-20 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
I do not know why it worked, but this method has worked after having
restarted my laptop today. After having launched through the terminal and
run Reconfigure, I can now find everything in LyX. I ma relieved.

Thanks a lot for this solution.

2014-10-19 19:19 GMT+02:00 Murat Yildizoglu myi...@gmail.com:

 Hi,
 I have upgraded my MBP 2011 to Yosemite and I meet similar problems. When
 I launch LyX from the Console (sudo and not sudo), I get a Lyx with a
 French interface and it can see all latex packages installed by MacTeX2014
 when I do Tools/Tex Information.
 When I launch it using the Applications folder icon, I get a LyX with an
 English UI and it cannot see any of the packages.
 Really strange problem...


 Anders Engelsvold a écrit :

 Hello,

 I am a complete beginner to Tex, and have recently installed Lyx in 
 conjunction with MacTex.
 Lyx doesn’t appear to be recognizing the Tex-distribution though, because as 
 soon as I start the program I get a message saying that I’m missing a 
 document class. If I go to Document - Settings, all the document classes are 
 listed as unavailable.

 I have got a Macbook Pro 2011 running Yosemite (OS X 10.10). I installed Lyx 
 and MacTex after installing Yosemite.

 What I have tried to fix it:
 - Uninstalling and reinstalling both MacTex and Lyx
 - Reconfigure
 - Running the configure.py module in the resources folder (almost every line 
 in the output is followed by a no)

 I have been in touch with Herb Schulz at MacTex and he concluded that 
 everything was running fine on the MacTex-end on my computer.
 He came with the following suggestion:

 From some discussions on the TeXworks list it appears that TeXworks has been 
 struck by a bug in Yosemite that passes the incorrect PATH value to 
 sub-processes. This might be true for Lyx too. Please report this to the 
 authors of Lyx.


 Best regards,
 Anders Engelsvold


 --
 [image: Université de Bordeaux] http://www.u-bordeaux.fr [image: CNRS]
 http://www.cnrs.fr/aquitaine-limousin

 Prof. Murat Yildizoglu yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr

 GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
 UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
 GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
 MURAT YILDIZOGLU
 16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
 CS 50057
 33608 PESSAC CEDEX
 FRANCE

 Bureau : E-331

 yildizoglu.info




-- 
Prof. Murat Yildizoglu

Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


Re: Lyx and Yosemite

2014-10-20 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
I do not know why it worked, but this method has worked after having
restarted my laptop today. After having launched through the terminal and
run Reconfigure, I can now find everything in LyX. I ma relieved.

Thanks a lot for this solution.

2014-10-19 19:19 GMT+02:00 Murat Yildizoglu <myi...@gmail.com>:

> Hi,
> I have upgraded my MBP 2011 to Yosemite and I meet similar problems. When
> I launch LyX from the Console (sudo and not sudo), I get a Lyx with a
> French interface and it can see all latex packages installed by MacTeX2014
> when I do Tools/Tex Information.
> When I launch it using the Applications folder icon, I get a LyX with an
> English UI and it cannot see any of the packages.
> Really strange problem...
>
>
> Anders Engelsvold a écrit :
>
> Hello,
>
> I am a complete beginner to Tex, and have recently installed Lyx in 
> conjunction with MacTex.
> Lyx doesn’t appear to be recognizing the Tex-distribution though, because as 
> soon as I start the program I get a message saying that I’m missing a 
> document class. If I go to Document -> Settings, all the document classes are 
> listed as unavailable.
>
> I have got a Macbook Pro 2011 running Yosemite (OS X 10.10). I installed Lyx 
> and MacTex after installing Yosemite.
>
> What I have tried to fix it:
> - Uninstalling and reinstalling both MacTex and Lyx
> - Reconfigure
> - Running the configure.py module in the resources folder (almost every line 
> in the output is followed by a "no")
>
> I have been in touch with Herb Schulz at MacTex and he concluded that 
> everything was running fine on the MacTex-end on my computer.
> He came with the following suggestion:
>
> "From some discussions on the TeXworks list it appears that TeXworks has been 
> struck by a bug in Yosemite that passes the incorrect PATH value to 
> sub-processes. This might be true for Lyx too. Please report this to the 
> authors of Lyx."
>
>
> Best regards,
> Anders Engelsvold
>
>
> --
> [image: Université de Bordeaux] <http://www.u-bordeaux.fr> [image: CNRS]
> <http://www.cnrs.fr/aquitaine-limousin>
>
> Prof. Murat Yildizoglu <yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr>
>
> GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
> UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
> GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
> MURAT YILDIZOGLU
> 16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
> CS 50057
> 33608 PESSAC CEDEX
> FRANCE
>
> Bureau : E-331
>
> yildizoglu.info
>



-- 
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Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


Re: Lyx and Yosemite

2014-10-19 Thread Murat Yildizoglu

Hi,
I have upgraded my MBP 2011 to Yosemite and I meet similar problems. 
When I launch LyX from the Console (sudo and not sudo), I get a Lyx with 
a French interface and it can see all latex packages installed by 
MacTeX2014 when I do Tools/Tex Information.
When I launch it using the Applications folder icon, I get a LyX with an 
English UI and it cannot see any of the packages.

Really strange problem...


Anders Engelsvold a écrit :

Hello,

I am a complete beginner to Tex, and have recently installed Lyx in conjunction 
with MacTex.
Lyx doesn’t appear to be recognizing the Tex-distribution though, because as soon 
as I start the program I get a message saying that I’m missing a document class. 
If I go to Document -  Settings, all the document classes are listed as 
unavailable.

I have got a Macbook Pro 2011 running Yosemite (OS X 10.10). I installed Lyx 
and MacTex after installing Yosemite.

What I have tried to fix it:
- Uninstalling and reinstalling both MacTex and Lyx
- Reconfigure
- Running the configure.py module in the resources folder (almost every line in the 
output is followed by a no)

I have been in touch with Herb Schulz at MacTex and he concluded that 
everything was running fine on the MacTex-end on my computer.
He came with the following suggestion:

From some discussions on the TeXworks list it appears that TeXworks has been struck 
by a bug in Yosemite that passes the incorrect PATH value to sub-processes. This might be 
true for Lyx too. Please report this to the authors of Lyx.


Best regards,
Anders Engelsvold


--
Université de Bordeaux http://www.u-bordeaux.fr CNRS 
http://www.cnrs.fr/aquitaine-limousin


Prof. Murat Yildizoglu mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr

GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

yildizoglu.info http://yildizoglu.info



Re: Lyx and Yosemite

2014-10-19 Thread Murat Yildizoglu

Hi,
I have upgraded my MBP 2011 to Yosemite and I meet similar problems. 
When I launch LyX from the Console (sudo and not sudo), I get a Lyx with 
a French interface and it can see all latex packages installed by 
MacTeX2014 when I do Tools/Tex Information.
When I launch it using the Applications folder icon, I get a LyX with an 
English UI and it cannot see any of the packages.

Really strange problem...


Anders Engelsvold a écrit :

Hello,

I am a complete beginner to Tex, and have recently installed Lyx in conjunction 
with MacTex.
Lyx doesn’t appear to be recognizing the Tex-distribution though, because as soon 
as I start the program I get a message saying that I’m missing a document class. 
If I go to Document -  Settings, all the document classes are listed as 
unavailable.

I have got a Macbook Pro 2011 running Yosemite (OS X 10.10). I installed Lyx 
and MacTex after installing Yosemite.

What I have tried to fix it:
- Uninstalling and reinstalling both MacTex and Lyx
- Reconfigure
- Running the configure.py module in the resources folder (almost every line in the 
output is followed by a no)

I have been in touch with Herb Schulz at MacTex and he concluded that 
everything was running fine on the MacTex-end on my computer.
He came with the following suggestion:

From some discussions on the TeXworks list it appears that TeXworks has been struck 
by a bug in Yosemite that passes the incorrect PATH value to sub-processes. This might be 
true for Lyx too. Please report this to the authors of Lyx.


Best regards,
Anders Engelsvold


--
Université de Bordeaux http://www.u-bordeaux.fr CNRS 
http://www.cnrs.fr/aquitaine-limousin


Prof. Murat Yildizoglu mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr

GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

yildizoglu.info http://yildizoglu.info



Re: Lyx and Yosemite

2014-10-19 Thread Murat Yildizoglu

Hi,
I have upgraded my MBP 2011 to Yosemite and I meet similar problems. 
When I launch LyX from the Console (sudo and not sudo), I get a Lyx with 
a French interface and it can see all latex packages installed by 
MacTeX2014 when I do Tools/Tex Information.
When I launch it using the Applications folder icon, I get a LyX with an 
English UI and it cannot see any of the packages.

Really strange problem...


Anders Engelsvold a écrit :

Hello,

I am a complete beginner to Tex, and have recently installed Lyx in conjunction 
with MacTex.
Lyx doesn’t appear to be recognizing the Tex-distribution though, because as soon 
as I start the program I get a message saying that I’m missing a document class. 
If I go to Document ->  Settings, all the document classes are listed as 
unavailable.

I have got a Macbook Pro 2011 running Yosemite (OS X 10.10). I installed Lyx 
and MacTex after installing Yosemite.

What I have tried to fix it:
- Uninstalling and reinstalling both MacTex and Lyx
- Reconfigure
- Running the configure.py module in the resources folder (almost every line in the 
output is followed by a "no")

I have been in touch with Herb Schulz at MacTex and he concluded that 
everything was running fine on the MacTex-end on my computer.
He came with the following suggestion:

"From some discussions on the TeXworks list it appears that TeXworks has been struck 
by a bug in Yosemite that passes the incorrect PATH value to sub-processes. This might be 
true for Lyx too. Please report this to the authors of Lyx."


Best regards,
Anders Engelsvold


--
Université de Bordeaux <http://www.u-bordeaux.fr> CNRS 
<http://www.cnrs.fr/aquitaine-limousin>


Prof. Murat Yildizoglu <mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr>

GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

yildizoglu.info <http://yildizoglu.info>



Re: Python Graphics in LyX [was: Python bindings]

2014-06-09 Thread Murat Yildizoglu

Thanks Alex,
That opens new and nice perspectives.

I have just thought about another possibility: Since the Sage software 
uses Python as a glue, it must be also possible to use the Sage module 
for LyX to make computations in Python in Sage and include the results 
in the final PDF file.
That reminds me that I should check the Sage module for the last version 
of Lyx (have not had any time to look at it yet).


Best regards,

Murat

Alex Vergara Gil a écrit :

Dear Lyxers!
Studying a little of python and LyX I have reached to this feature 
that makes LyX show and process python graphics. Thanks to Rainer M 
Krug for the hints. I share this contribution for LyX under LGPL 
license, so everyone benefits from it. Good luck and happy lyxing!

Alex Vergara Gil
MSc Nuclear Physics
SSDL, CPHR, Havana Cuba
PS: If Rainer agree, pass him from acknowledgements to author list, 
please.


--
Université de Bordeaux http://www.u-bordeaux.fr CNRS 
http://www.cnrs.fr/aquitaine-limousin


Prof. Murat Yildizoglu mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr

GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

yildizoglu.info http://yildizoglu.info



Re: Python Graphics in LyX [was: Python bindings]

2014-06-09 Thread Murat Yildizoglu

Thanks Alex,
That opens new and nice perspectives.

I have just thought about another possibility: Since the Sage software 
uses Python as a glue, it must be also possible to use the Sage module 
for LyX to make computations in Python in Sage and include the results 
in the final PDF file.
That reminds me that I should check the Sage module for the last version 
of Lyx (have not had any time to look at it yet).


Best regards,

Murat

Alex Vergara Gil a écrit :

Dear Lyxers!
Studying a little of python and LyX I have reached to this feature 
that makes LyX show and process python graphics. Thanks to Rainer M 
Krug for the hints. I share this contribution for LyX under LGPL 
license, so everyone benefits from it. Good luck and happy lyxing!

Alex Vergara Gil
MSc Nuclear Physics
SSDL, CPHR, Havana Cuba
PS: If Rainer agree, pass him from acknowledgements to author list, 
please.


--
Université de Bordeaux http://www.u-bordeaux.fr CNRS 
http://www.cnrs.fr/aquitaine-limousin


Prof. Murat Yildizoglu mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr

GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

yildizoglu.info http://yildizoglu.info



Re: Python Graphics in LyX [was: Python bindings]

2014-06-09 Thread Murat Yildizoglu

Thanks Alex,
That opens new and nice perspectives.

I have just thought about another possibility: Since the Sage software 
uses Python as a glue, it must be also possible to use the Sage module 
for LyX to make computations in Python in Sage and include the results 
in the final PDF file.
That reminds me that I should check the Sage module for the last version 
of Lyx (have not had any time to look at it yet).


Best regards,

Murat

Alex Vergara Gil a écrit :

Dear Lyxers!
Studying a little of python and LyX I have reached to this feature 
that makes LyX show and process python graphics. Thanks to Rainer M 
Krug for the hints. I share this contribution for LyX under LGPL 
license, so everyone benefits from it. Good luck and happy lyxing!

Alex Vergara Gil
MSc Nuclear Physics
SSDL, CPHR, Havana Cuba
PS: If Rainer agree, pass him from acknowledgements to author list, 
please.


--
Université de Bordeaux <http://www.u-bordeaux.fr> CNRS 
<http://www.cnrs.fr/aquitaine-limousin>


Prof. Murat Yildizoglu <mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr>

GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

yildizoglu.info <http://yildizoglu.info>



Re: FW: help/cannot open after emergency stop...

2014-05-21 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
That looks similar  to the problem I have signaled some time ago and more
recently.

Le mercredi 21 mai 2014, Rudi Gaelzer rgael...@gmail.com a écrit :

 On Friday 16 May 2014 09:41:27 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
  2014-05-16 8:34 GMT+02:00 Wu, Yan:
 
   Today when I am writing with LyX. Suddenly the document crushed, with
 one
   message says: emergency stop...I could not tell exactly.
  
   Then the file closed but I could not open it again later. It is really
 a
   disaster for me if I lost the document.
  
   I write the email to ask any help I can get from you. Thank you very
 much
   in advance. Looking forward to your response.
  
 
  First, check if you have a backup in the backup directory set in Tools 
  Preferences  Path. If so (hopefully), you will find a backup of the file
  there.
 
  Next, open the LyX file with a text editor. If it ends with
 
  \begin_inset Tabular
 
  instead of
 
  \end_body
  \end_document
 
  then you have probably faced this bug
 
  http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/9049
 
  Jürgen
 
 
  
   Best wishes,
  
   Yan
  
  
  
  
  
  

 This is happening a lot for me, since version 2.1.0.
 In my case, both the original and the backup files are complete, whereas
 the emergency lacks

 \end_body
 \end_document

 and ends with

 \begin_inset Tabular

 I noticed that this seems to happen after I spent a long time working on
 the doc without saving, i. e., when the autosave kicks in.  If I save the
 doc a lot, the crash don't happen.

 I'd suggest that you manually save your work and disable the autobackup in
 Tools - Preferences - Document Handling until the fix is available.
 --
 Rudi Gaelzer
 Institute of Physics
 Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
 BRAZIL
 Registered linux user # 153741



-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


Re: FW: help/cannot open after emergency stop...

2014-05-21 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
That looks similar  to the problem I have signaled some time ago and more
recently.

Le mercredi 21 mai 2014, Rudi Gaelzer rgael...@gmail.com a écrit :

 On Friday 16 May 2014 09:41:27 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
  2014-05-16 8:34 GMT+02:00 Wu, Yan:
 
   Today when I am writing with LyX. Suddenly the document crushed, with
 one
   message says: emergency stop...I could not tell exactly.
  
   Then the file closed but I could not open it again later. It is really
 a
   disaster for me if I lost the document.
  
   I write the email to ask any help I can get from you. Thank you very
 much
   in advance. Looking forward to your response.
  
 
  First, check if you have a backup in the backup directory set in Tools 
  Preferences  Path. If so (hopefully), you will find a backup of the file
  there.
 
  Next, open the LyX file with a text editor. If it ends with
 
  \begin_inset Tabular
 
  instead of
 
  \end_body
  \end_document
 
  then you have probably faced this bug
 
  http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/9049
 
  Jürgen
 
 
  
   Best wishes,
  
   Yan
  
  
  
  
  
  

 This is happening a lot for me, since version 2.1.0.
 In my case, both the original and the backup files are complete, whereas
 the emergency lacks

 \end_body
 \end_document

 and ends with

 \begin_inset Tabular

 I noticed that this seems to happen after I spent a long time working on
 the doc without saving, i. e., when the autosave kicks in.  If I save the
 doc a lot, the crash don't happen.

 I'd suggest that you manually save your work and disable the autobackup in
 Tools - Preferences - Document Handling until the fix is available.
 --
 Rudi Gaelzer
 Institute of Physics
 Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
 BRAZIL
 Registered linux user # 153741



-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


Re: FW: help/cannot open after emergency stop...

2014-05-21 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
That looks similar  to the problem I have signaled some time ago and more
recently.

Le mercredi 21 mai 2014, Rudi Gaelzer <rgael...@gmail.com> a écrit :

> On Friday 16 May 2014 09:41:27 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
> > 2014-05-16 8:34 GMT+02:00 Wu, Yan:
> >
> > > Today when I am writing with LyX. Suddenly the document crushed, with
> one
> > > message says: emergency stop...I could not tell exactly.
> > >
> > > Then the file closed but I could not open it again later. It is really
> a
> > > disaster for me if I lost the document.
> > >
> > > I write the email to ask any help I can get from you. Thank you very
> much
> > > in advance. Looking forward to your response.
> > >
> >
> > First, check if you have a backup in the backup directory set in Tools >
> > Preferences > Path. If so (hopefully), you will find a backup of the file
> > there.
> >
> > Next, open the LyX file with a text editor. If it ends with
> >
> > \begin_inset Tabular
> >
> > instead of
> >
> > \end_body
> > \end_document
> >
> > then you have probably faced this bug
> >
> > http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/9049
> >
> > Jürgen
> >
> >
> > >
> > > Best wishes,
> > >
> > > Yan
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
>
> This is happening a lot for me, since version 2.1.0.
> In my case, both the original and the backup files are complete, whereas
> the emergency lacks
>
> \end_body
> \end_document
>
> and ends with
>
> \begin_inset Tabular
>
> I noticed that this seems to happen after I spent a long time working on
> the doc without saving, i. e., when the autosave kicks in.  If I save the
> doc a lot, the crash don't happen.
>
> I'd suggest that you manually save your work and disable the autobackup in
> Tools -> Preferences -> Document Handling until the fix is available.
> --
> Rudi Gaelzer
> Institute of Physics
> Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
> BRAZIL
> Registered linux user # 153741
>


-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


Re: Beamer in Lyx 2.1.0

2014-05-08 Thread Murat Yildizoglu

Hi to all,

I have already signaled, some time ago I think, that this behaviour is 
somewhat cumbersome, and that the students (doctoral and post-doctoral 
students) to whom I was teaching LyX as a general front end to 
everything (R, PDF, etc.) were somewhat baffled by the operations 
necessary to create a simple frame. Since I was already adapted to the 
process (and automated many steps using Keyboard maestro macro player 
:-) ), I was a bit surprised by their strong reaction. So, I think that 
we should take into account these reactions.


If we can get back the switch to Standard function of the double 
returns, that would be an amelioration I think.


We had in the recent past some abusive criticisms in the list, but that 
should not make us immediately adopt a defensive discourse when a new 
criticism appears, especially if it is constructive and detailed as here.


Best regards,

Murat


Julio Rojas mailto:jcredbe...@gmail.com
8 mai 2014 04:54
Dear Jürgen, there is no need for irony on your comments. Everybody is 
doing an honest effort to work with the new Beamer environment.


You have quoted the behavior of other environments as the reference 
for the Frame environment. If I am in a, for example, Problem 
environment and I want to get out of it into the standard environment, 
all I have to do is issue a couple of returns. This behavior is 
nowhere to be found in the Frame environment, as I can issue as many 
returns as I wish and the UI will accept them. This is, at least IMHO, 
a first in Lyx.


As for the behavior after getting out of the frame title, what Neal 
was explaining is related to the previous paragraph. After issuing 
return outside of the frame title, another return should get you to 
the standard environment. Then issuing a tab would indent this 
standard environment into the Frame environment and you can keep 
working. This is the behavior I was expecting from my experience with 
Lyx and all sorts of environments. In this moment, you can issue as 
many returns as you wish and Lyx would keep adding empty white lines 
of a Frame environment. This behavior is not only annoying and 
useless, to say the least, but also is nowhere to be found in other 
environments.


I hope that you understand our concerns.

Regards.

-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com mailto:jcredbe...@gmail.com



Jürgen Spitzmüller mailto:sp...@lyx.org
7 mai 2014 17:46

Which brings up another question.  Alt-A return?  How could I have
discovered this?


Reading the beamer manual perhaps? Also, the shortcut is displayed in 
the respective menu (Edit). And it is also documented generally in the 
LyX manuals.


Jürgen
Neal Becker mailto:ndbeck...@gmail.com
7 mai 2014 17:41
Which brings up another question.  Alt-A return?  How could I have 
discovered this?  If I look at Help/Shortcuts, I don't see it (or am I 
blind?)


I wish lyx had a way to discover things like emacs does.



Neal Becker mailto:ndbeck...@gmail.com
7 mai 2014 17:38
After arrow right, return.
I can type some text.  Looks nice.  Oh, it's not nested in the frame. 
 Hit tab.


Now you have Frame inside Frame.



Jürgen Spitzmüller mailto:sp...@lyx.org
7 mai 2014 17:31
2014-05-07 17:14 GMT+02:00 Neal Becker:

OK, I'm confused here.  Let's consider workflow to make a bullet
chart.


I was talking about the Standard paragraph, not Itemize.

Insert sep.  Hit return.
Select Frame
Fill in Title
oops - return in title does nothing, navigate past title (right
arrow), hit
return


Easier:

Alt-A Return
Fill in title
Arrow right
Return

Now I'm in Frame.  Certainly not what I want - I don't even know
what this frame
in a frame would do.


I do not understand what you mean by Frame in a frame. You are still 
in the same frame. Would you also say Quotation in a quotation if 
the style still is called quotation after hitting return? Or 
Itemize in an itemize? Or Theorem in a Theorem? Or, for that 
matter, Standard in Standard?


Switch to itemize
Use mouse to hit - icon to nest itemize within frame.


Yes. The same as you need to do when using itemize in an Example box, 
or Quotation, or Theorem, or ...


Jürgen


--
Université de Bordeaux http://www.u-bordeaux.fr CNRS 
http://www.cnrs.fr/aquitaine-limousin


Prof. Murat Yildizoglu mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr

GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

yildizoglu.info http://yildizoglu.info



Re: Beamer in Lyx 2.1.0

2014-05-08 Thread Murat Yildizoglu

Hi to all,

I have already signaled, some time ago I think, that this behaviour is 
somewhat cumbersome, and that the students (doctoral and post-doctoral 
students) to whom I was teaching LyX as a general front end to 
everything (R, PDF, etc.) were somewhat baffled by the operations 
necessary to create a simple frame. Since I was already adapted to the 
process (and automated many steps using Keyboard maestro macro player 
:-) ), I was a bit surprised by their strong reaction. So, I think that 
we should take into account these reactions.


If we can get back the switch to Standard function of the double 
returns, that would be an amelioration I think.


We had in the recent past some abusive criticisms in the list, but that 
should not make us immediately adopt a defensive discourse when a new 
criticism appears, especially if it is constructive and detailed as here.


Best regards,

Murat


Julio Rojas mailto:jcredbe...@gmail.com
8 mai 2014 04:54
Dear Jürgen, there is no need for irony on your comments. Everybody is 
doing an honest effort to work with the new Beamer environment.


You have quoted the behavior of other environments as the reference 
for the Frame environment. If I am in a, for example, Problem 
environment and I want to get out of it into the standard environment, 
all I have to do is issue a couple of returns. This behavior is 
nowhere to be found in the Frame environment, as I can issue as many 
returns as I wish and the UI will accept them. This is, at least IMHO, 
a first in Lyx.


As for the behavior after getting out of the frame title, what Neal 
was explaining is related to the previous paragraph. After issuing 
return outside of the frame title, another return should get you to 
the standard environment. Then issuing a tab would indent this 
standard environment into the Frame environment and you can keep 
working. This is the behavior I was expecting from my experience with 
Lyx and all sorts of environments. In this moment, you can issue as 
many returns as you wish and Lyx would keep adding empty white lines 
of a Frame environment. This behavior is not only annoying and 
useless, to say the least, but also is nowhere to be found in other 
environments.


I hope that you understand our concerns.

Regards.

-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com mailto:jcredbe...@gmail.com



Jürgen Spitzmüller mailto:sp...@lyx.org
7 mai 2014 17:46

Which brings up another question.  Alt-A return?  How could I have
discovered this?


Reading the beamer manual perhaps? Also, the shortcut is displayed in 
the respective menu (Edit). And it is also documented generally in the 
LyX manuals.


Jürgen
Neal Becker mailto:ndbeck...@gmail.com
7 mai 2014 17:41
Which brings up another question.  Alt-A return?  How could I have 
discovered this?  If I look at Help/Shortcuts, I don't see it (or am I 
blind?)


I wish lyx had a way to discover things like emacs does.



Neal Becker mailto:ndbeck...@gmail.com
7 mai 2014 17:38
After arrow right, return.
I can type some text.  Looks nice.  Oh, it's not nested in the frame. 
 Hit tab.


Now you have Frame inside Frame.



Jürgen Spitzmüller mailto:sp...@lyx.org
7 mai 2014 17:31
2014-05-07 17:14 GMT+02:00 Neal Becker:

OK, I'm confused here.  Let's consider workflow to make a bullet
chart.


I was talking about the Standard paragraph, not Itemize.

Insert sep.  Hit return.
Select Frame
Fill in Title
oops - return in title does nothing, navigate past title (right
arrow), hit
return


Easier:

Alt-A Return
Fill in title
Arrow right
Return

Now I'm in Frame.  Certainly not what I want - I don't even know
what this frame
in a frame would do.


I do not understand what you mean by Frame in a frame. You are still 
in the same frame. Would you also say Quotation in a quotation if 
the style still is called quotation after hitting return? Or 
Itemize in an itemize? Or Theorem in a Theorem? Or, for that 
matter, Standard in Standard?


Switch to itemize
Use mouse to hit - icon to nest itemize within frame.


Yes. The same as you need to do when using itemize in an Example box, 
or Quotation, or Theorem, or ...


Jürgen


--
Université de Bordeaux http://www.u-bordeaux.fr CNRS 
http://www.cnrs.fr/aquitaine-limousin


Prof. Murat Yildizoglu mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr

GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

yildizoglu.info http://yildizoglu.info



Re: Beamer in Lyx 2.1.0

2014-05-08 Thread Murat Yildizoglu

Hi to all,

I have already signaled, some time ago I think, that this behaviour is 
somewhat cumbersome, and that the students (doctoral and post-doctoral 
students) to whom I was teaching LyX as a general front end to 
everything (R, PDF, etc.) were somewhat baffled by the operations 
necessary to create a simple frame. Since I was already adapted to the 
process (and automated many steps using Keyboard maestro macro player 
:-) ), I was a bit surprised by their strong reaction. So, I think that 
we should take into account these reactions.


If we can get back the switch to Standard function of the double 
returns, that would be an amelioration I think.


We had in the recent past some abusive criticisms in the list, but that 
should not make us immediately adopt a defensive discourse when a new 
criticism appears, especially if it is constructive and detailed as here.


Best regards,

Murat


Julio Rojas <mailto:jcredbe...@gmail.com>
8 mai 2014 04:54
Dear Jürgen, there is no need for irony on your comments. Everybody is 
doing an honest effort to work with the "new" Beamer environment.


You have quoted the behavior of other environments as the reference 
for the "Frame" environment. If I am in a, for example, "Problem" 
environment and I want to get out of it into the standard environment, 
all I have to do is issue a couple of returns. This behavior is 
nowhere to be found in the "Frame" environment, as I can issue as many 
returns as I wish and the UI will accept them. This is, at least IMHO, 
a first in Lyx.


As for the behavior after getting out of the frame title, what Neal 
was explaining is related to the previous paragraph. After issuing 
return outside of the frame title, another return should get you to 
the standard environment. Then issuing a tab would indent this 
standard environment into the "Frame" environment and you can keep 
working. This is the behavior I was expecting from my experience with 
Lyx and all sorts of environments. In this moment, you can issue as 
many returns as you wish and Lyx would keep adding empty white lines 
of a "Frame" environment. This behavior is not only annoying and 
useless, to say the least, but also is nowhere to be found in other 
environments.


I hope that you understand our concerns.

Regards.

-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com <mailto:jcredbe...@gmail.com>



Jürgen Spitzmüller <mailto:sp...@lyx.org>
7 mai 2014 17:46

Which brings up another question.  Alt-A return?  How could I have
discovered this?


Reading the beamer manual perhaps? Also, the shortcut is displayed in 
the respective menu (Edit). And it is also documented generally in the 
LyX manuals.


Jürgen
Neal Becker <mailto:ndbeck...@gmail.com>
7 mai 2014 17:41
Which brings up another question.  Alt-A return?  How could I have 
discovered this?  If I look at Help/Shortcuts, I don't see it (or am I 
blind?)


I wish lyx had a way to discover things like emacs does.



Neal Becker <mailto:ndbeck...@gmail.com>
7 mai 2014 17:38
After arrow right, return.
I can type some text.  Looks nice.  Oh, it's not nested in the frame. 
 Hit tab.


Now you have Frame inside Frame.



Jürgen Spitzmüller <mailto:sp...@lyx.org>
7 mai 2014 17:31
2014-05-07 17:14 GMT+02:00 Neal Becker:

OK, I'm confused here.  Let's consider workflow to make a bullet
chart.


I was talking about the Standard paragraph, not Itemize.

Insert sep.  Hit return.
Select Frame
Fill in Title
oops - return in title does nothing, navigate past title (right
arrow), hit
return


Easier:

Alt-A Return
Fill in title
Arrow right
Return

Now I'm in Frame.  Certainly not what I want - I don't even know
what this frame
in a frame would do.


I do not understand what you mean by "Frame in a frame". You are still 
in the same frame. Would you also say "Quotation in a quotation" if 
the style still is called "quotation" after hitting return? Or 
"Itemize in an itemize"? Or "Theorem in a Theorem"? Or, for that 
matter, "Standard in Standard"?


Switch to itemize
Use mouse to hit -> icon to nest itemize within frame.


Yes. The same as you need to do when using itemize in an Example box, 
or Quotation, or Theorem, or ...


Jürgen


--
Université de Bordeaux <http://www.u-bordeaux.fr> CNRS 
<http://www.cnrs.fr/aquitaine-limousin>


Prof. Murat Yildizoglu <mailto:yi...@u-bordeaux4.fr>

GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

yildizoglu.info <http://yildizoglu.info>



Re: launch incomplete

2014-04-26 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
I cannot confirm this on my MBA under 10.9.2.
I have just downloaded and installed Lyx in the Applications folder and it
has started without any problem.
I use TexLIve 2013.


2014-04-25 19:04 GMT+02:00 David Nuddleman da...@xsharp.com:

 Download of LyX-2.1.0+qt4-cocoa.dmg after mounting, copying to
 applications folder. Launch seems to abort.

 OS X 10.9.2 Quad-Core Intel Xeon




-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


Re: launch incomplete

2014-04-26 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
I cannot confirm this on my MBA under 10.9.2.
I have just downloaded and installed Lyx in the Applications folder and it
has started without any problem.
I use TexLIve 2013.


2014-04-25 19:04 GMT+02:00 David Nuddleman da...@xsharp.com:

 Download of LyX-2.1.0+qt4-cocoa.dmg after mounting, copying to
 applications folder. Launch seems to abort.

 OS X 10.9.2 Quad-Core Intel Xeon




-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


Re: launch incomplete

2014-04-26 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
I cannot confirm this on my MBA under 10.9.2.
I have just downloaded and installed Lyx in the Applications folder and it
has started without any problem.
I use TexLIve 2013.


2014-04-25 19:04 GMT+02:00 David Nuddleman <da...@xsharp.com>:

> Download of LyX-2.1.0+qt4-cocoa.dmg after mounting, copying to
> applications folder. Launch seems to abort.
>
> OS X 10.9.2 Quad-Core Intel Xeon




-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


A small bug maybe and a small request

2014-04-07 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hi,
I use Lyx under OSX Mavericks.
I have discovered a small problem in beta2 yesterday: \Omega is invisible
in a math inset (but becomes visible when the cursor leaves it).
I have consequently installed the RC1 to check if this problem has been
solved. It seems that it is replaced by a smaller one: \Omega is replaced
by W in the math inset (but appears as \Omega out of it. \VarOmega has also
a problem by the way.

I attach a small lyx file in which you could check the problem (maybe it is
OSX only, I cannot check it).
Can you confirm it on OSX or other OS?

I have also observed another point that bugs me a little bit (maybe I am
missing the rationale of this): When I am typing math and try to insert a
superscript or an exponent to an expression using ^ Lyx uses instead an
accented letter if this letter accepts an accent (like i, j, e, etc.). One
than gets x\hat{\imath}  instead of x^{i} . It would be nice to neutralize
in math insets this default behavior that is perfectly reasonable in a word
in rm.

Do you think at it would be a good idea to change the default behavior (if
this is possible and easy of course)?

Best regards,

Murat


-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


bugs.lyx
Description: Binary data


Re: A small bug maybe and a small request

2014-04-07 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hi,
Thanks to all for your help. In the test file I have sent, I see with RC1
uppercase W instead of \Omega, and that is definitely better than an empty
space that I get with beta2 indeed. I could live with it, even if it may
perturb new users.

My example contains all uppercase Greek letters and only \Omega and
\VarOmega seem to have this problem in my case.

Concerning the accents, the trick of typing twice would be a solution
indeed, I was not aware of it.

But it does not works in my case, I get a^{î}, instead of a^{i}.

Best regards,

Murat

FYI : OSX Mavericks and Lyx 2.1RC1


2014-04-07 11:37 GMT+02:00 Vincent van Ravesteijn v...@lyx.org:

 On Mon, Apr 7, 2014 at 11:30 AM, Jürgen Spitzmüller sp...@lyx.org wrote:
  2014-04-07 10:23 GMT+02:00 Murat Yildizoglu:
 
  Hi,
  I use Lyx under OSX Mavericks.
  I have discovered a small problem in beta2 yesterday: \Omega is
 invisible
  in a math inset (but becomes visible when the cursor leaves it).
  I have consequently installed the RC1 to check if this problem has been
  solved. It seems that it is replaced by a smaller one: \Omega is
 replaced by
  W in the math inset (but appears as \Omega out of it. \VarOmega has
 also a
  problem by the way.
 
  I attach a small lyx file in which you could check the problem (maybe it
  is OSX only, I cannot check it).
  Can you confirm it on OSX or other OS?
 
 
  This is a known problem which should be solved (in terms of worked
 around)
  in 2.1.0 final. See
  http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/7954
 
  The workaround currently is to display \Omega instead of the glyph on
  MacOSX. To really solve the problem, some more work is needed, which
 might
  only go to LyX 2.2.
 
  Jürgen

 To slightly detail the response. The work-around is already in rc1 and
 that's probably the small w that is observed. There will be no change
 between 2.1.0 final and rc1.

 Vincent




-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


Re: A small bug maybe and a small request

2014-04-07 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Yes Vincent, ^+space is what I use, but since I do not need space for many
letters, I have a tendency to get lazy and drop the space and get caught by
the i, a, e of course ;-)
In a math inset, do we really need ^interpreted as a accent, since it's
mainly used as the subscript operator in LaTeX?

Best regards,

Murat


2014-04-07 12:33 GMT+02:00 Vincent van Ravesteijn v...@lyx.org:



 On Mon, Apr 7, 2014 at 12:04 PM, Murat Yildizoglu 
 murat.yildizo...@u-bordeaux4.fr wrote:


 Concerning the accents, the trick of typing twice would be a solution
 indeed, I was not aware of it.

 But it does not works in my case, I get a^{î}, instead of a^{i}.


 I'm not sure where this comes from. It is quite normal behaviour if I use
 a Dutch keyboard layout in text for example. What I usually do then is to
 press '^' and space.

 Vincent




-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


A small bug maybe and a small request

2014-04-07 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hi,
I use Lyx under OSX Mavericks.
I have discovered a small problem in beta2 yesterday: \Omega is invisible
in a math inset (but becomes visible when the cursor leaves it).
I have consequently installed the RC1 to check if this problem has been
solved. It seems that it is replaced by a smaller one: \Omega is replaced
by W in the math inset (but appears as \Omega out of it. \VarOmega has also
a problem by the way.

I attach a small lyx file in which you could check the problem (maybe it is
OSX only, I cannot check it).
Can you confirm it on OSX or other OS?

I have also observed another point that bugs me a little bit (maybe I am
missing the rationale of this): When I am typing math and try to insert a
superscript or an exponent to an expression using ^ Lyx uses instead an
accented letter if this letter accepts an accent (like i, j, e, etc.). One
than gets x\hat{\imath}  instead of x^{i} . It would be nice to neutralize
in math insets this default behavior that is perfectly reasonable in a word
in rm.

Do you think at it would be a good idea to change the default behavior (if
this is possible and easy of course)?

Best regards,

Murat


-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


bugs.lyx
Description: Binary data


Re: A small bug maybe and a small request

2014-04-07 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hi,
Thanks to all for your help. In the test file I have sent, I see with RC1
uppercase W instead of \Omega, and that is definitely better than an empty
space that I get with beta2 indeed. I could live with it, even if it may
perturb new users.

My example contains all uppercase Greek letters and only \Omega and
\VarOmega seem to have this problem in my case.

Concerning the accents, the trick of typing twice would be a solution
indeed, I was not aware of it.

But it does not works in my case, I get a^{î}, instead of a^{i}.

Best regards,

Murat

FYI : OSX Mavericks and Lyx 2.1RC1


2014-04-07 11:37 GMT+02:00 Vincent van Ravesteijn v...@lyx.org:

 On Mon, Apr 7, 2014 at 11:30 AM, Jürgen Spitzmüller sp...@lyx.org wrote:
  2014-04-07 10:23 GMT+02:00 Murat Yildizoglu:
 
  Hi,
  I use Lyx under OSX Mavericks.
  I have discovered a small problem in beta2 yesterday: \Omega is
 invisible
  in a math inset (but becomes visible when the cursor leaves it).
  I have consequently installed the RC1 to check if this problem has been
  solved. It seems that it is replaced by a smaller one: \Omega is
 replaced by
  W in the math inset (but appears as \Omega out of it. \VarOmega has
 also a
  problem by the way.
 
  I attach a small lyx file in which you could check the problem (maybe it
  is OSX only, I cannot check it).
  Can you confirm it on OSX or other OS?
 
 
  This is a known problem which should be solved (in terms of worked
 around)
  in 2.1.0 final. See
  http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/7954
 
  The workaround currently is to display \Omega instead of the glyph on
  MacOSX. To really solve the problem, some more work is needed, which
 might
  only go to LyX 2.2.
 
  Jürgen

 To slightly detail the response. The work-around is already in rc1 and
 that's probably the small w that is observed. There will be no change
 between 2.1.0 final and rc1.

 Vincent




-- 


*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


Re: A small bug maybe and a small request

2014-04-07 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Yes Vincent, ^+space is what I use, but since I do not need space for many
letters, I have a tendency to get lazy and drop the space and get caught by
the i, a, e of course ;-)
In a math inset, do we really need ^interpreted as a accent, since it's
mainly used as the subscript operator in LaTeX?

Best regards,

Murat


2014-04-07 12:33 GMT+02:00 Vincent van Ravesteijn v...@lyx.org:



 On Mon, Apr 7, 2014 at 12:04 PM, Murat Yildizoglu 
 murat.yildizo...@u-bordeaux4.fr wrote:


 Concerning the accents, the trick of typing twice would be a solution
 indeed, I was not aware of it.

 But it does not works in my case, I get a^{î}, instead of a^{i}.


 I'm not sure where this comes from. It is quite normal behaviour if I use
 a Dutch keyboard layout in text for example. What I usually do then is to
 press '^' and space.

 Vincent




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*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

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UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


A small bug maybe and a small request

2014-04-07 Thread Murat Yildizoglu
Hi,
I use Lyx under OSX Mavericks.
I have discovered a small problem in beta2 yesterday: \Omega is invisible
in a math inset (but becomes visible when the cursor leaves it).
I have consequently installed the RC1 to check if this problem has been
solved. It seems that it is replaced by a smaller one: \Omega is replaced
by W in the math inset (but appears as \Omega out of it. \VarOmega has also
a problem by the way.

I attach a small lyx file in which you could check the problem (maybe it is
OSX only, I cannot check it).
Can you confirm it on OSX or other OS?

I have also observed another point that bugs me a little bit (maybe I am
missing the rationale of this): When I am typing math and try to insert a
superscript or an exponent to an expression using ^ Lyx uses instead an
accented letter if this letter accepts an accent (like i, j, e, etc.). One
than gets x\hat{\imath}  instead of x^{i} . It would be nice to neutralize
in math insets this default behavior that is perfectly reasonable in a word
in rm.

Do you think at it would be a good idea to change the default behavior (if
this is possible and easy of course)?

Best regards,

Murat


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*Prof. Murat Yildizoglu*

Note: Please use the following address as such

UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
MURAT YILDIZOGLU
16 AVENUE LEON DUGUIT
CS 50057
33608 PESSAC CEDEX
FRANCE

Bureau : E-331

mail: yildi-at-u-bordeaux4.fr

web: yildizoglu.info


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