Re: 1.5.0beta1 in Debian

2007-03-20 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 20 Mar 2007 19:54:30 +0100 Per Olofsson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Debian LyX users, Just thought I'd led you know that we have uploaded LyX 1.5.0beta1 to Debian's experimental distribution, if you want to try it out. Will this work for Ubuntu, which essentially is modified debian?

Re: 1.5.0beta1 in Debian

2007-03-20 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 20 Mar 2007 19:54:30 +0100 Per Olofsson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Debian LyX users, Just thought I'd led you know that we have uploaded LyX 1.5.0beta1 to Debian's experimental distribution, if you want to try it out. Will this work for Ubuntu, which essentially is modified debian?

Re: 1.5.0beta1 in Debian

2007-03-20 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 20 Mar 2007 19:54:30 +0100 Per Olofsson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Hi Debian LyX users, > > Just thought I'd led you know that we have uploaded LyX 1.5.0beta1 to > Debian's experimental distribution, if you want to try it out. Will this work for Ubuntu, which essentially is modified

Re: LyX crashing when inserting graphics

2007-03-13 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sun, 11 Mar 2007 08:46:17 -0500 Stefano Franchi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: All of a sudden, my 1.4.3 LyX/MacOs installation has become unable to insert graphics into a document. Every time I try Lyx crashes. The console shows the same line all the times: Error locating symbol -

Re: LyX crashing when inserting graphics

2007-03-13 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sun, 11 Mar 2007 08:46:17 -0500 Stefano Franchi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: All of a sudden, my 1.4.3 LyX/MacOs installation has become unable to insert graphics into a document. Every time I try Lyx crashes. The console shows the same line all the times: Error locating symbol -

Re: LyX crashing when inserting graphics

2007-03-13 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sun, 11 Mar 2007 08:46:17 -0500 Stefano Franchi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > All of a sudden, my 1.4.3 LyX/MacOs installation has become unable to > > insert graphics into a document. Every time I try Lyx crashes. The > console > shows the same line all the times: > > Error locating

Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sat, 10 Mar 2007 16:55:38 -0500 Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You also need to put \usepackage{harvard.sty} into the preamble (DocumentSettingsLaTeX Preamble). Alternatively, and perhaps better, enable Natbib under DocumentSettingsBibliography. Unfortunately, harvard.sty

Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sat, 10 Mar 2007 16:55:38 -0500 Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You also need to put \usepackage{harvard.sty} into the preamble (DocumentSettingsLaTeX Preamble). Alternatively, and perhaps better, enable Natbib under DocumentSettingsBibliography. Unfortunately, harvard.sty

Re: Harvard Style Referencing.

2007-03-10 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sat, 10 Mar 2007 16:55:38 -0500 Richard Heck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > You also need to put > \usepackage{harvard.sty} > into the preamble (Document>Settings>LaTeX Preamble). Alternatively, > and perhaps better, enable Natbib under > Document>Settings>Bibliography. > Unfortunately,

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-06 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 06 Mar 2007 10:21:36 -0600 Lyx Physicist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Paul, Sorry for the delay in replying. So, I got the thesis exported in LaTex on my Mac with all the images etc. I ran it 5-6 times, and I am still not getting anything different. Here is what I have. Pages

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-06 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 06 Mar 2007 18:21:03 -0600 Lyx Physicist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Here is the entire LaTex file... I havent tried the previous suggestion to fix the pages on the LOF, but I will get back to you when I do. Thanks, Charles Hi Charles, I've fixed all your problems. At least the

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-06 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 06 Mar 2007 22:02:15 -0600 Lyx Physicist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: That worked!! Thank you so much for the help and your patience. It was a very good learning experience! I am still very new to LaTex and Lyx, but its people like you and mailing lists like this who help make things

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-06 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 06 Mar 2007 10:21:36 -0600 Lyx Physicist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Paul, Sorry for the delay in replying. So, I got the thesis exported in LaTex on my Mac with all the images etc. I ran it 5-6 times, and I am still not getting anything different. Here is what I have. Pages

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-06 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 06 Mar 2007 18:21:03 -0600 Lyx Physicist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Here is the entire LaTex file... I havent tried the previous suggestion to fix the pages on the LOF, but I will get back to you when I do. Thanks, Charles Hi Charles, I've fixed all your problems. At least the

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-06 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 06 Mar 2007 22:02:15 -0600 Lyx Physicist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: That worked!! Thank you so much for the help and your patience. It was a very good learning experience! I am still very new to LaTex and Lyx, but its people like you and mailing lists like this who help make things

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-06 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 06 Mar 2007 10:21:36 -0600 Lyx Physicist <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > Hi Paul, > Sorry for the delay in replying. So, I got the thesis exported in > LaTex on my Mac with all the images etc. I ran it 5-6 times, and I am > still not getting anything different. Here is what I have.

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-06 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 06 Mar 2007 18:21:03 -0600 Lyx Physicist <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > > Here is the entire LaTex file... I havent tried the previous > suggestion to fix the pages on the LOF, but I will get back to you > when I do. Thanks, Charles > Hi Charles, I've fixed all your problems. At

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-06 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 06 Mar 2007 22:02:15 -0600 Lyx Physicist <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > That worked!! Thank you so much for the help and your patience. It > was a very good learning experience! I am still very new to LaTex and > Lyx, but its people like you and mailing lists like this who help make >

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-03 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Thu, 01 Mar 2007 11:37:24 -0600 Lyx Physicist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Paul, I put that into the preamble and am getting this error... You cant use '\spacefactor' in vertical mode (Here is the text from the error) \tableofcontents Sorry, but I'm not

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-03 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sat, 03 Mar 2007 12:46:50 -0600 Lyx Physicist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Paul, Thanks for all the help so far. Im getting close it seems.. So here is what is happening now. I inserted the \makeatletter at the beginning of the text you gave me to insert in the preamble. What I

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-03 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sat, 03 Mar 2007 14:57:08 -0600 Lyx Physicist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: LaTeX Warning: Citation `key-6' on page 3 undefined on input line 293. [3] ElementTable2.jpg, id=55, 395.4775pt x 390.45876pt use ElementTable2.jpg LaTeX Warning: Citation `key-7' on page 4 undefined on input

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-03 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Thu, 01 Mar 2007 11:37:24 -0600 Lyx Physicist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Paul, I put that into the preamble and am getting this error... You cant use '\spacefactor' in vertical mode (Here is the text from the error) \tableofcontents Sorry, but I'm not

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-03 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sat, 03 Mar 2007 12:46:50 -0600 Lyx Physicist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Paul, Thanks for all the help so far. Im getting close it seems.. So here is what is happening now. I inserted the \makeatletter at the beginning of the text you gave me to insert in the preamble. What I

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-03 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sat, 03 Mar 2007 14:57:08 -0600 Lyx Physicist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: LaTeX Warning: Citation `key-6' on page 3 undefined on input line 293. [3] ElementTable2.jpg, id=55, 395.4775pt x 390.45876pt use ElementTable2.jpg LaTeX Warning: Citation `key-7' on page 4 undefined on input

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-03 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Thu, 01 Mar 2007 11:37:24 -0600 Lyx Physicist <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > > Hi Paul, >I put that into the preamble and am getting this error... > You cant use '\spacefactor' in vertical mode > (Here is the text from the error) > \tableofcontents > > Sorry,

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-03 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sat, 03 Mar 2007 12:46:50 -0600 Lyx Physicist <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > Hi Paul, >Thanks for all the help so far. Im getting close it seems.. So here > is what is happening now. I inserted the \makeatletter at the > beginning of the text you gave me to insert in the preamble.

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-03-03 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sat, 03 Mar 2007 14:57:08 -0600 Lyx Physicist <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > LaTeX Warning: Citation `key-6' on page 3 undefined on input line 293. > > [3] > > > LaTeX Warning: Citation `key-7' on page 4 undefined on input line 310. >

Re: help with citations (jurabib package)

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Wed, 28 Feb 2007 13:01:49 -0500 Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think there's an easier way to do this. First, we want to make ordinary citations into footnote citations. Try this: \renewcommand\citep{\footcite} Then insert your citations making sure you're doing it in the

Re: LyX 1.4.4 crashing on OS X

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Wed, 28 Feb 2007 20:46:07 +0100 Patrick De Visschere [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I've tried LyX 1.4.4 (PPC version) on OS X on 2 different computers and on both LyX crashes when opening an existing file (like one of the help-files). I can create a new document, save it and open it

Re: LyX 1.4.4 crashing on OS X

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Thu, 01 Mar 2007 00:08:08 +0100 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I guess that a backtrace is required at this point. How does one do this? I looked at the documentation, and I believe it said to type: gdm or something simliar. I did that. The I went and found the LyX

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Wed, 28 Feb 2007 19:32:54 -0600 Lyx Physicist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Paul, That ALMOST worked... I now have the TOC first page un-numbered and the second page numbered(which is what I wanted) and no number on the List of Tables(also what I wanted), but there is a problem with the

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
O Hi Paul, I am getting an error when I try to output the .tex file.. == Fatal error occurred, the output PDF file is not finished! So here is the text from the tex file immediately before(the acknowlegements) up the first line of Chapter one. Thanks for your patience, Charles

Re: redefining \chapter

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Wed, 28 Feb 2007 14:22:36 -0500 Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This works: \documentclass[oneside,english]{book} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} [snip] You implied that you didn't know a lot about hacking latex! This works for me as well. I'm finding more volume and more expertise

Re: help with citations (jurabib package)

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Wed, 28 Feb 2007 13:01:49 -0500 Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think there's an easier way to do this. First, we want to make ordinary citations into footnote citations. Try this: \renewcommand\citep{\footcite} Then insert your citations making sure you're doing it in the

Re: LyX 1.4.4 crashing on OS X

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Wed, 28 Feb 2007 20:46:07 +0100 Patrick De Visschere [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I've tried LyX 1.4.4 (PPC version) on OS X on 2 different computers and on both LyX crashes when opening an existing file (like one of the help-files). I can create a new document, save it and open it

Re: LyX 1.4.4 crashing on OS X

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Thu, 01 Mar 2007 00:08:08 +0100 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I guess that a backtrace is required at this point. How does one do this? I looked at the documentation, and I believe it said to type: gdm or something simliar. I did that. The I went and found the LyX

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Wed, 28 Feb 2007 19:32:54 -0600 Lyx Physicist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Paul, That ALMOST worked... I now have the TOC first page un-numbered and the second page numbered(which is what I wanted) and no number on the List of Tables(also what I wanted), but there is a problem with the

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
O Hi Paul, I am getting an error when I try to output the .tex file.. == Fatal error occurred, the output PDF file is not finished! So here is the text from the tex file immediately before(the acknowlegements) up the first line of Chapter one. Thanks for your patience, Charles

Re: redefining \chapter

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Wed, 28 Feb 2007 14:22:36 -0500 Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This works: \documentclass[oneside,english]{book} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} [snip] You implied that you didn't know a lot about hacking latex! This works for me as well. I'm finding more volume and more expertise

Re: help with citations (jurabib package)

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Wed, 28 Feb 2007 13:01:49 -0500 Richard Heck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > I think there's an easier way to do this. First, we want to make > ordinary citations into footnote citations. Try this: > \renewcommand\citep{\footcite} > Then insert your citations making sure you're doing it in the

Re: LyX 1.4.4 crashing on OS X

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Wed, 28 Feb 2007 20:46:07 +0100 Patrick De Visschere <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Hi, > > I've tried LyX 1.4.4 (PPC version) on OS X on 2 different computers > and on both LyX crashes when opening an existing file (like one of > the help-files). > I can create a new document, save it and

Re: LyX 1.4.4 crashing on OS X

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Thu, 01 Mar 2007 00:08:08 +0100 Jean-Marc Lasgouttes <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > I guess that a backtrace is required at this point. > > How does one do this? I looked at the documentation, and I believe it said to type: gdm or something simliar. I did that. The I went and found the

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Wed, 28 Feb 2007 19:32:54 -0600 Lyx Physicist <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > Hi Paul, > That ALMOST worked... I now have the TOC first page un-numbered and > the second page numbered(which is what I wanted) and no number on the > List of Tables(also what I wanted), but there is a problem

Re: thesis touch ups...

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
O > > Hi Paul, >I am getting an error when I try to output the .tex file.. > ==> Fatal error occurred, the output PDF file is not finished! > > So here is the text from the tex file immediately before(the > acknowlegements) up the first line of Chapter one. Thanks for your > patience, >

Re: redefining \chapter

2007-02-28 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Wed, 28 Feb 2007 14:22:36 -0500 Richard Heck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > This works: > > \documentclass[oneside,english]{book} > \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} > [snip] You implied that you didn't know a lot about hacking latex! This works for me as well. I'm finding more volume and more

Setting values for lists

2007-02-27 Thread Paul Tremblay
How do you customize lists such as enumerate in LyX? I know in raw latex you type something like \begin{itemize}{\setlength{\itemsep}{0pt}} \item{foo} \end{itemize} But how does one set the \itemsep and so fourth? I don't believe you can set these vaules in the preamble, since list values

Re: Setting values for lists

2007-02-27 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 27 Feb 2007 17:58:09 -0500 Paul A. Rubin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Paul Tremblay wrote: How do you customize lists such as enumerate in LyX? I know in raw latex you type something like \begin{itemize}{\setlength{\itemsep}{0pt}} \item{foo} \end{itemize} But how does one

redefining \chapter

2007-02-27 Thread Paul Tremblay
Is there a way to redefine \chapter? I am using the package \setspace to doublesapce my document, but I want chapter and section titles to be single spaced. I tried using these two lines: \let\OldChapter=\chapter \renewcommand*{\chapter}[1]{\singlespacing\OldChapter{#1}\doublespacing} The

Re: redefining \chapter

2007-02-27 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 27 Feb 2007 21:02:15 -0500 Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm not texpert, but I'd have thought the solution had to involve the if-next-char-is-star trick that seems to be used in a lot of the classes to allow a single definition to handle both the starred and non-starred

help with citations (jurabib package)

2007-02-27 Thread Paul Tremblay
Can anyne help me with the jurabib package? I believe it is this package I need to use to get citations for a thesis in the style of the humanities. Specifically, I need to have my citations in endnotes. The first endnote would look like this: Plunket-Powell, Karen. Remembering Woolworth's. (New

Setting values for lists

2007-02-27 Thread Paul Tremblay
How do you customize lists such as enumerate in LyX? I know in raw latex you type something like \begin{itemize}{\setlength{\itemsep}{0pt}} \item{foo} \end{itemize} But how does one set the \itemsep and so fourth? I don't believe you can set these vaules in the preamble, since list values

Re: Setting values for lists

2007-02-27 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 27 Feb 2007 17:58:09 -0500 Paul A. Rubin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Paul Tremblay wrote: How do you customize lists such as enumerate in LyX? I know in raw latex you type something like \begin{itemize}{\setlength{\itemsep}{0pt}} \item{foo} \end{itemize} But how does one

redefining \chapter

2007-02-27 Thread Paul Tremblay
Is there a way to redefine \chapter? I am using the package \setspace to doublesapce my document, but I want chapter and section titles to be single spaced. I tried using these two lines: \let\OldChapter=\chapter \renewcommand*{\chapter}[1]{\singlespacing\OldChapter{#1}\doublespacing} The

Re: redefining \chapter

2007-02-27 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 27 Feb 2007 21:02:15 -0500 Richard Heck [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm not texpert, but I'd have thought the solution had to involve the if-next-char-is-star trick that seems to be used in a lot of the classes to allow a single definition to handle both the starred and non-starred

help with citations (jurabib package)

2007-02-27 Thread Paul Tremblay
Can anyne help me with the jurabib package? I believe it is this package I need to use to get citations for a thesis in the style of the humanities. Specifically, I need to have my citations in endnotes. The first endnote would look like this: Plunket-Powell, Karen. Remembering Woolworth's. (New

Setting values for lists

2007-02-27 Thread Paul Tremblay
How do you customize lists such as enumerate in LyX? I know in raw latex you type something like \begin{itemize}{\setlength{\itemsep}{0pt}} \item{foo} \end{itemize} But how does one set the \itemsep and so fourth? I don't believe you can set these vaules in the preamble, since list values

Re: Setting values for lists

2007-02-27 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 27 Feb 2007 17:58:09 -0500 "Paul A. Rubin" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Paul Tremblay wrote: > > How do you customize lists such as enumerate in LyX? I know in raw > > latex you type something like > > > > \begin{itemize}{\setlength{\ite

redefining \chapter

2007-02-27 Thread Paul Tremblay
Is there a way to redefine \chapter? I am using the package \setspace to doublesapce my document, but I want chapter and section titles to be single spaced. I tried using these two lines: \let\OldChapter=\chapter \renewcommand*{\chapter}[1]{\singlespacing\OldChapter{#1}\doublespacing} The

Re: redefining \chapter

2007-02-27 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Tue, 27 Feb 2007 21:02:15 -0500 Richard Heck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > I'm not texpert, but I'd have thought the solution had to involve the > if-next-char-is-star trick that seems to be used in a lot of the > classes to allow a single definition to handle both the starred and >

help with citations (jurabib package)

2007-02-27 Thread Paul Tremblay
Can anyne help me with the jurabib package? I believe it is this package I need to use to get citations for a thesis in the style of the humanities. Specifically, I need to have my citations in endnotes. The first endnote would look like this: Plunket-Powell, Karen. Remembering Woolworth's. (New

changing default layout for paragraphs

2007-02-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
I would like to change the default layout of paragrahs so that they appear left aligned rather than justfied. In my preamble I will put the command \RaggedRight, which will make he paragrahs left aligned. But when I work with the paragraph in lyx, they will still appear to be justfied, which in my

Re: changing default layout for paragraphs

2007-02-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sat, 24 Feb 2007 15:41:16 -0500 Paul Tremblay [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have looked at the LyX tutorial, but I couldn't find any concrete examples on how to make my own layout. I have checked in my ~/.lyx directory and notice that I have nothing in either my example directory or my

changing default layout for paragraphs

2007-02-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
I would like to change the default layout of paragrahs so that they appear left aligned rather than justfied. In my preamble I will put the command \RaggedRight, which will make he paragrahs left aligned. But when I work with the paragraph in lyx, they will still appear to be justfied, which in my

Re: changing default layout for paragraphs

2007-02-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sat, 24 Feb 2007 15:41:16 -0500 Paul Tremblay [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have looked at the LyX tutorial, but I couldn't find any concrete examples on how to make my own layout. I have checked in my ~/.lyx directory and notice that I have nothing in either my example directory or my

changing default layout for paragraphs

2007-02-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
I would like to change the default layout of paragrahs so that they appear left aligned rather than justfied. In my preamble I will put the command \RaggedRight, which will make he paragrahs left aligned. But when I work with the paragraph in lyx, they will still appear to be justfied, which in my

Re: changing default layout for paragraphs

2007-02-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Sat, 24 Feb 2007 15:41:16 -0500 Paul Tremblay <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > I have looked at the LyX tutorial, but I couldn't find any concrete > examples on how to make my own layout. I have checked in my ~/.lyx > directory and notice that I have nothing in either my e

Re: error when installing on Mac OS X (3.9) python not found

2006-11-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Wed, 22 Nov 2006 11:00:37 -0500 Cynthia Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When I try to install LyX on Mac OS X by using the LyX installer, I get the following error message: sh: line 1: python: command not found (127) From the terminal I type: which python

how to configure LyX

2006-11-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
The LyX installation on a Mac OS running 3.9 is not configured properly, and I think to confiugre it should be easy. (I was not able to install LyX using the installer because of problems with the script; I started another thread on this problem, but no one can seem to answer it.) When I open up

Re: how to configure LyX

2006-11-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Fri, 24 Nov 2006 13:30:02 -0800 Jens Noeckel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: since your path is not one of those listed under prerequisites at http://wiki.lyx.org/Mac/Mac#toc4 my first question would be if you have checked that pdflatex, ghostscript and imagemagick work properly outside of

Re: how to configure LyX

2006-11-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
, but it requires X11 (which is also installed), so I may have to use X11 as my viewer. I will let you know how the installation goes when I change that variable. I could also create a soft link to the place where python is expected, couldn't I? Paul On Nov 24, 2006, at 3:56 PM, Paul Tremblay wrote

Re: how to configure LyX

2006-11-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Fri, 24 Nov 2006 16:51:23 -0800 Jens Noeckel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Paul, looks like your python isn't being recognized, even though it evidently exists. Under factory conditions, there is a python in /usr/ bin/python, but you probably installed another one (maybe MacPython).

Re: error when installing on Mac OS X (3.9) python not found

2006-11-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Wed, 22 Nov 2006 11:00:37 -0500 Cynthia Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When I try to install LyX on Mac OS X by using the LyX installer, I get the following error message: sh: line 1: python: command not found (127) From the terminal I type: which python

how to configure LyX

2006-11-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
The LyX installation on a Mac OS running 3.9 is not configured properly, and I think to confiugre it should be easy. (I was not able to install LyX using the installer because of problems with the script; I started another thread on this problem, but no one can seem to answer it.) When I open up

Re: how to configure LyX

2006-11-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Fri, 24 Nov 2006 13:30:02 -0800 Jens Noeckel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: since your path is not one of those listed under prerequisites at http://wiki.lyx.org/Mac/Mac#toc4 my first question would be if you have checked that pdflatex, ghostscript and imagemagick work properly outside of

Re: how to configure LyX

2006-11-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
, but it requires X11 (which is also installed), so I may have to use X11 as my viewer. I will let you know how the installation goes when I change that variable. I could also create a soft link to the place where python is expected, couldn't I? Paul On Nov 24, 2006, at 3:56 PM, Paul Tremblay wrote

Re: how to configure LyX

2006-11-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Fri, 24 Nov 2006 16:51:23 -0800 Jens Noeckel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Paul, looks like your python isn't being recognized, even though it evidently exists. Under factory conditions, there is a python in /usr/ bin/python, but you probably installed another one (maybe MacPython).

Re: error when installing on Mac OS X (3.9) python not found

2006-11-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Wed, 22 Nov 2006 11:00:37 -0500 Cynthia Johnson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > When I try to install LyX on Mac OS X by using the LyX installer, I > get the following error message: > > sh: line 1: python: command not found (127) > > From the terminal I type: > > which python > >

how to configure LyX

2006-11-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
The LyX installation on a Mac OS running 3.9 is not configured properly, and I think to confiugre it should be easy. (I was not able to install LyX using the installer because of problems with the script; I started another thread on this problem, but no one can seem to answer it.) When I open up

Re: how to configure LyX

2006-11-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Fri, 24 Nov 2006 13:30:02 -0800 Jens Noeckel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > since your path is not one of those listed under "prerequisites" at > http://wiki.lyx.org/Mac/Mac#toc4 > my first question would be if you have checked that pdflatex, > ghostscript and imagemagick work properly

Re: how to configure LyX

2006-11-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
talled, but it requires X11 (which is also installed), so I may have to use X11 as my viewer. I will let you know how the installation goes when I change that variable. I could also create a soft link to the place where python is expected, couldn't I? Paul > > On Nov 24, 2006, at 3:56 PM, P

Re: how to configure LyX

2006-11-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
On Fri, 24 Nov 2006 16:51:23 -0800 Jens Noeckel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > > > Paul, > > looks like your python isn't being recognized, even though it > evidently exists. Under factory conditions, there is a python in /usr/ > > bin/python, but you probably installed another one (maybe

Re: LyX grammar

2003-01-01 Thread Paul Tremblay
with regard to hints as to what might change! -- Mark -- *Paul Tremblay * *[EMAIL PROTECTED]*

Re: LyX grammar

2003-01-01 Thread Paul Tremblay
with regard to hints as to what might change! -- Mark -- *Paul Tremblay * *[EMAIL PROTECTED]*

Re: LyX grammar

2003-01-01 Thread Paul Tremblay
ng through the source, especially with > regard to hints as to what might change! > > -- Mark -- **** *Paul Tremblay * *[EMAIL PROTECTED]*

Re: difference beween lyx 1.16 and 1.2

2002-12-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
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Re: difference beween lyx 1.16 and 1.2

2002-12-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
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Re: difference beween lyx 1.16 and 1.2

2002-12-24 Thread Paul Tremblay
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difference beween lyx 1.16 and 1.2

2002-12-23 Thread Paul Tremblay
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difference beween lyx 1.16 and 1.2

2002-12-23 Thread Paul Tremblay
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difference beween lyx 1.16 and 1.2

2002-12-23 Thread Paul Tremblay
evening (the 24th) and then be gone until the 30th. If anyone has a burning need to reach me before then (!) the email is: [EMAIL PROTECTED] It is probably better to discuss this on the mailing list. Thanks Paul -- *Paul Tremblay * *[EMAIL PROTECTED]*

Re: How to write layout files?

2002-12-22 Thread Paul Tremblay
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Re: How to write layout files?

2002-12-22 Thread Paul Tremblay
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Re: How to write layout files?

2002-12-22 Thread Paul Tremblay
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Re: Question about using placeholders in lyx

2002-12-11 Thread Paul Tremblay
(release;, release-short;) that I need to use. Did one of you already use such a feature and could help me ? Thanks for any help ... -- *Paul Tremblay * *[EMAIL PROTECTED]*

Re: Copyright symbol?

2002-12-11 Thread Paul Tremblay
+mkm5RO1gX9cRAvs4AJ9RfI8LTaxm1XkRqljLyiavkksEzACgtfK7 zTUOsVbZKrWGGezBRARKBZ4= =WbPg -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- *Paul Tremblay * *[EMAIL PROTECTED]*

Re: Question about using placeholders in lyx

2002-12-11 Thread Paul Tremblay
(release;, release-short;) that I need to use. Did one of you already use such a feature and could help me ? Thanks for any help ... -- *Paul Tremblay * *[EMAIL PROTECTED]*

Re: Copyright symbol?

2002-12-11 Thread Paul Tremblay
+mkm5RO1gX9cRAvs4AJ9RfI8LTaxm1XkRqljLyiavkksEzACgtfK7 zTUOsVbZKrWGGezBRARKBZ4= =WbPg -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- *Paul Tremblay * *[EMAIL PROTECTED]*

Re: Question about using placeholders in lyx

2002-12-11 Thread Paul Tremblay
The target format is docbook and I have some entities defined for this > purpose (, ) that I need to use. > Did one of you already use such a feature and could help me ? > > Thanks for any help ... -- *Paul Tremblay * *[EMAIL PROTECTED]*

Re: Copyright symbol?

2002-12-11 Thread Paul Tremblay
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Re: pdf won't open on other platform

2002-12-08 Thread Paul Tremblay
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