Re: LyX for Mac OSX 10.6.7?

2011-05-17 Thread Sandro Portmann
That's no problem, if you never used LyX. Just go to the LyX homepage 
(www.lyx.org), where you can download the program. You're also finding a 
manual, how to install it, because you need a TeX distribution to running LyX

Regards

Sandro

Am 17.05.2011 um 22:38 schrieb Samuel Turk:

 To whom it may concern:
 
 
 I have never used LyX before but I've been told it is a very good program. I 
 would like to install it on my Mac OSX 10.6.7
 
 I found LyX available on Apple's web site here: 
 http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/unix_open_source/lyx.html
 
 However, the download failed. Would you direct me to where I can find step by 
 step instructions to get LyX properly downloaded and running on my Mac?
 
 Thanks in advance,
 
 Sam



Re: LyX for Mac OSX 10.6.7?

2011-05-17 Thread Sandro Portmann
That's no problem, if you never used LyX. Just go to the LyX homepage 
(www.lyx.org), where you can download the program. You're also finding a 
manual, how to install it, because you need a TeX distribution to running LyX

Regards

Sandro

Am 17.05.2011 um 22:38 schrieb Samuel Turk:

 To whom it may concern:
 
 
 I have never used LyX before but I've been told it is a very good program. I 
 would like to install it on my Mac OSX 10.6.7
 
 I found LyX available on Apple's web site here: 
 http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/unix_open_source/lyx.html
 
 However, the download failed. Would you direct me to where I can find step by 
 step instructions to get LyX properly downloaded and running on my Mac?
 
 Thanks in advance,
 
 Sam



Re: LyX for Mac OSX 10.6.7?

2011-05-17 Thread Sandro Portmann
That's no problem, if you never used LyX. Just go to the LyX homepage 
(www.lyx.org), where you can download the program. You're also finding a 
manual, how to install it, because you need a TeX distribution to running LyX

Regards

Sandro

Am 17.05.2011 um 22:38 schrieb Samuel Turk:

> To whom it may concern:
> 
> 
> I have never used LyX before but I've been told it is a very good program. I 
> would like to install it on my Mac OSX 10.6.7
> 
> I found LyX available on Apple's web site here: 
> http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/unix_open_source/lyx.html
> 
> However, the download failed. Would you direct me to where I can find step by 
> step instructions to get LyX properly downloaded and running on my Mac?
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> 
> Sam



Re: Problem integrating a bibtex-style

2011-03-23 Thread Sandro Portmann
Dear Julio

Thanks a lot for the help. Unfortunately, I'm getting an error message, when I 
want LyX to put out a PDF (as you can see in the attachment). The desired 
package is marked as installed, when I look in the TeX Live manager. Do you 
have a solution for that problem?

Regards

Sandro

Am 23.03.2011 um 11:29 schrieb Julio Rojas:

 Dear Sandro, this should be pretty straightforward. First of all, have
 you installed and used biblatex before? If not:
 http://wiki.lyx.org/BibTeX/Biblatex
 
 After you have downloaded, installed and tested biblatex (check your
 TeXLive distribution's package manager), you should download and
 install your desired biblatex style (again, via TeXLive's package
 manager). I believe the README has all the instructions needed AFTER
 you have installed both, biblatex and the style. You should add the
 lines:
 
 \usepackage[style=historische-zeitschrift]{biblatex}
 \bibliography{name of bib-file without .bib-extension}
 
 to your document's preamble, then add the bibliography in a note
 environment (so it is only used by Lyx and not latex).
 
 Best of lucks.
 -
 Julio Rojas
 jcredbe...@gmail.com
 
 
 
 2011/3/22 Sandro Portmann sandro.portm...@students.unibe.ch:
 Hi guys
 
 I want to implement a new cite style into LyX 1.6.9 on my Mac OS X 10.6.6. 
 It's the ¨Historische Zeitschrift¨ style, which I have downloaded here 
 http://biblatex.dominik-wassenhoven.de/historische-zeitschrift.shtml. The 
 README file, distributed on the page doesn't help me much, so I hope, that 
 anybody here can help me.
 
 Best regards
 
 Sandro
 
 Hallo zusammen
 
 Ich schreibs hier nochmals auf Deutsch, da mein English nicht gerade der 
 Hammer ist.
 
 Ich versuche nun schon seit längerem, den Zitierstil Historische Zeitung 
 in LyX zu integrieren, und bringe es einfach nicht auf die Reihe. Ich hatte 
 ihn hier 
 http://biblatex.dominik-wassenhoven.de/historische-zeitschrift.shtml 
 heruntergeladen. Mit der Instruktion, die in diesem File enthalten ist, kann 
 ich leider nicht all zu viel anfangen, da ich den entsprechenden Ordner 
 einfach nicht finde. Weiss jemand von euch, wie ich das hinkriege?
 
 Beste Grüsse
 
 Sandro



Re: Problem integrating a bibtex-style

2011-03-23 Thread Sandro Portmann
Dear Julio

Thanks a lot for the help. Unfortunately, I'm getting an error message, when I 
want LyX to put out a PDF (as you can see in the attachment). The desired 
package is marked as installed, when I look in the TeX Live manager. Do you 
have a solution for that problem?

Regards

Sandro

Am 23.03.2011 um 11:29 schrieb Julio Rojas:

 Dear Sandro, this should be pretty straightforward. First of all, have
 you installed and used biblatex before? If not:
 http://wiki.lyx.org/BibTeX/Biblatex
 
 After you have downloaded, installed and tested biblatex (check your
 TeXLive distribution's package manager), you should download and
 install your desired biblatex style (again, via TeXLive's package
 manager). I believe the README has all the instructions needed AFTER
 you have installed both, biblatex and the style. You should add the
 lines:
 
 \usepackage[style=historische-zeitschrift]{biblatex}
 \bibliography{name of bib-file without .bib-extension}
 
 to your document's preamble, then add the bibliography in a note
 environment (so it is only used by Lyx and not latex).
 
 Best of lucks.
 -
 Julio Rojas
 jcredbe...@gmail.com
 
 
 
 2011/3/22 Sandro Portmann sandro.portm...@students.unibe.ch:
 Hi guys
 
 I want to implement a new cite style into LyX 1.6.9 on my Mac OS X 10.6.6. 
 It's the ¨Historische Zeitschrift¨ style, which I have downloaded here 
 http://biblatex.dominik-wassenhoven.de/historische-zeitschrift.shtml. The 
 README file, distributed on the page doesn't help me much, so I hope, that 
 anybody here can help me.
 
 Best regards
 
 Sandro
 
 Hallo zusammen
 
 Ich schreibs hier nochmals auf Deutsch, da mein English nicht gerade der 
 Hammer ist.
 
 Ich versuche nun schon seit längerem, den Zitierstil Historische Zeitung 
 in LyX zu integrieren, und bringe es einfach nicht auf die Reihe. Ich hatte 
 ihn hier 
 http://biblatex.dominik-wassenhoven.de/historische-zeitschrift.shtml 
 heruntergeladen. Mit der Instruktion, die in diesem File enthalten ist, kann 
 ich leider nicht all zu viel anfangen, da ich den entsprechenden Ordner 
 einfach nicht finde. Weiss jemand von euch, wie ich das hinkriege?
 
 Beste Grüsse
 
 Sandro



Re: Problem integrating a bibtex-style

2011-03-23 Thread Sandro Portmann
Dear Julio

Thanks a lot for the help. Unfortunately, I'm getting an error message, when I 
want LyX to put out a PDF (as you can see in the attachment). The desired 
package is marked as installed, when I look in the TeX Live manager. Do you 
have a solution for that problem?

Regards

Sandro

Am 23.03.2011 um 11:29 schrieb Julio Rojas:

> Dear Sandro, this should be pretty straightforward. First of all, have
> you installed and used biblatex before? If not:
> http://wiki.lyx.org/BibTeX/Biblatex
> 
> After you have downloaded, installed and tested biblatex (check your
> TeXLive distribution's package manager), you should download and
> install your desired biblatex style (again, via TeXLive's package
> manager). I believe the README has all the instructions needed AFTER
> you have installed both, biblatex and the style. You should add the
> lines:
> 
> \usepackage[style=historische-zeitschrift]{biblatex}
> \bibliography{}
> 
> to your document's preamble, then add the bibliography in a note
> environment (so it is only used by Lyx and not latex).
> 
> Best of lucks.
> -
> Julio Rojas
> jcredbe...@gmail.com
> 
> 
> 
> 2011/3/22 Sandro Portmann <sandro.portm...@students.unibe.ch>:
>> Hi guys
>> 
>> I want to implement a new cite style into LyX 1.6.9 on my Mac OS X 10.6.6. 
>> It's the ¨Historische Zeitschrift¨ style, which I have downloaded here 
>> http://biblatex.dominik-wassenhoven.de/historische-zeitschrift.shtml. The 
>> README file, distributed on the page doesn't help me much, so I hope, that 
>> anybody here can help me.
>> 
>> Best regards
>> 
>> Sandro
>> 
>> Hallo zusammen
>> 
>> Ich schreibs hier nochmals auf Deutsch, da mein English nicht gerade der 
>> Hammer ist.
>> 
>> Ich versuche nun schon seit längerem, den Zitierstil "Historische Zeitung" 
>> in LyX zu integrieren, und bringe es einfach nicht auf die Reihe. Ich hatte 
>> ihn hier 
>> http://biblatex.dominik-wassenhoven.de/historische-zeitschrift.shtml 
>> heruntergeladen. Mit der Instruktion, die in diesem File enthalten ist, kann 
>> ich leider nicht all zu viel anfangen, da ich den entsprechenden Ordner 
>> einfach nicht finde. Weiss jemand von euch, wie ich das hinkriege?
>> 
>> Beste Grüsse
>> 
>> Sandro



Problem integrating a bibtex-style

2011-03-22 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi guys

I want to implement a new cite style into LyX 1.6.9 on my Mac OS X 10.6.6. It's 
the ¨Historische Zeitschrift¨ style, which I have downloaded here 
http://biblatex.dominik-wassenhoven.de/historische-zeitschrift.shtml. The 
README file, distributed on the page doesn't help me much, so I hope, that 
anybody here can help me.

Best regards

Sandro

Hallo zusammen

Ich schreibs hier nochmals auf Deutsch, da mein English nicht gerade der Hammer 
ist.

Ich versuche nun schon seit längerem, den Zitierstil Historische Zeitung in 
LyX zu integrieren, und bringe es einfach nicht auf die Reihe. Ich hatte ihn 
hier http://biblatex.dominik-wassenhoven.de/historische-zeitschrift.shtml 
heruntergeladen. Mit der Instruktion, die in diesem File enthalten ist, kann 
ich leider nicht all zu viel anfangen, da ich den entsprechenden Ordner einfach 
nicht finde. Weiss jemand von euch, wie ich das hinkriege?

Beste Grüsse

Sandro

Problem integrating a bibtex-style

2011-03-22 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi guys

I want to implement a new cite style into LyX 1.6.9 on my Mac OS X 10.6.6. It's 
the ¨Historische Zeitschrift¨ style, which I have downloaded here 
http://biblatex.dominik-wassenhoven.de/historische-zeitschrift.shtml. The 
README file, distributed on the page doesn't help me much, so I hope, that 
anybody here can help me.

Best regards

Sandro

Hallo zusammen

Ich schreibs hier nochmals auf Deutsch, da mein English nicht gerade der Hammer 
ist.

Ich versuche nun schon seit längerem, den Zitierstil Historische Zeitung in 
LyX zu integrieren, und bringe es einfach nicht auf die Reihe. Ich hatte ihn 
hier http://biblatex.dominik-wassenhoven.de/historische-zeitschrift.shtml 
heruntergeladen. Mit der Instruktion, die in diesem File enthalten ist, kann 
ich leider nicht all zu viel anfangen, da ich den entsprechenden Ordner einfach 
nicht finde. Weiss jemand von euch, wie ich das hinkriege?

Beste Grüsse

Sandro

Problem integrating a bibtex-style

2011-03-22 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi guys

I want to implement a new cite style into LyX 1.6.9 on my Mac OS X 10.6.6. It's 
the ¨Historische Zeitschrift¨ style, which I have downloaded here 
http://biblatex.dominik-wassenhoven.de/historische-zeitschrift.shtml. The 
README file, distributed on the page doesn't help me much, so I hope, that 
anybody here can help me.

Best regards

Sandro

Hallo zusammen

Ich schreibs hier nochmals auf Deutsch, da mein English nicht gerade der Hammer 
ist.

Ich versuche nun schon seit längerem, den Zitierstil "Historische Zeitung" in 
LyX zu integrieren, und bringe es einfach nicht auf die Reihe. Ich hatte ihn 
hier http://biblatex.dominik-wassenhoven.de/historische-zeitschrift.shtml 
heruntergeladen. Mit der Instruktion, die in diesem File enthalten ist, kann 
ich leider nicht all zu viel anfangen, da ich den entsprechenden Ordner einfach 
nicht finde. Weiss jemand von euch, wie ich das hinkriege?

Beste Grüsse

Sandro

Re: several problems

2010-08-27 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi Wolfgang

Your mail came through. So the problems seems to be solved.

Regards

Sandro

Am 26.08.2010 um 10:14 schrieb Wolfgang Engelmann:

 
 Dear list members,
 
 I encountered several problems. Perhaps you could help me.
 
 First of all, I am not receiving any mail from the 
 LyX Users List lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
 since a few days. So if this mail comes through, and I am not receiving an 
 answer until lets say August 28 12 CET I assume there is something wrong with 
 the mail from the list to my address. I am adding a copy of this mail being 
 sent to my address, so this issue should be solved. 
 
 Secondly,
 I added yesterday a xfig created figure to my (koma-script) book and got a 
 crash in lyx. Error message is
 
 lyx QWidget::repaint: Recursive repaint detected
 lyx: SIGSEGV signal caught!
 Sorry, you have found a bug in LyX, hope you have not lost any data.
 Please read the bug-reporting instructions in 'Help-Introduction' and send 
 us 
 a bug report, if necessary. Thanks !
 Bye.  
 
 and if I start with 
 lyx -dbg graphics
 
 QPaintEngine::setSystemClip: Should not be changed while engine is active
 QPaintEngine::setSystemClip: Should not be changed while engine is active
 QWidgetPrivate::beginSharedPainter: Painter is already active
 
 The problem is, that I told lyx to start with the last document opened (just 
 for lazyness; was not a good idea in hindsight), therefore I am not able to 
 do anything with it.
 
 What I could try to do is open the lyx document with a texteditor and take 
 the 
 (probably) offending figure out, hoping that it will work afterward. But 
 perhaps somebody has a better idea.
 
 I have checked for the error in the internet, but the related messages are 
 outdated and do not seem to be related to my case (except that qt is 
 involved)
 
 I am using Debian sid under Linux, Lyx svn 2.0
 
 Thanks for your attention
 
 Wolfgang



Re: several problems

2010-08-27 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi Wolfgang

Your mail came through. So the problems seems to be solved.

Regards

Sandro

Am 26.08.2010 um 10:14 schrieb Wolfgang Engelmann:

 
 Dear list members,
 
 I encountered several problems. Perhaps you could help me.
 
 First of all, I am not receiving any mail from the 
 LyX Users List lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
 since a few days. So if this mail comes through, and I am not receiving an 
 answer until lets say August 28 12 CET I assume there is something wrong with 
 the mail from the list to my address. I am adding a copy of this mail being 
 sent to my address, so this issue should be solved. 
 
 Secondly,
 I added yesterday a xfig created figure to my (koma-script) book and got a 
 crash in lyx. Error message is
 
 lyx QWidget::repaint: Recursive repaint detected
 lyx: SIGSEGV signal caught!
 Sorry, you have found a bug in LyX, hope you have not lost any data.
 Please read the bug-reporting instructions in 'Help-Introduction' and send 
 us 
 a bug report, if necessary. Thanks !
 Bye.  
 
 and if I start with 
 lyx -dbg graphics
 
 QPaintEngine::setSystemClip: Should not be changed while engine is active
 QPaintEngine::setSystemClip: Should not be changed while engine is active
 QWidgetPrivate::beginSharedPainter: Painter is already active
 
 The problem is, that I told lyx to start with the last document opened (just 
 for lazyness; was not a good idea in hindsight), therefore I am not able to 
 do anything with it.
 
 What I could try to do is open the lyx document with a texteditor and take 
 the 
 (probably) offending figure out, hoping that it will work afterward. But 
 perhaps somebody has a better idea.
 
 I have checked for the error in the internet, but the related messages are 
 outdated and do not seem to be related to my case (except that qt is 
 involved)
 
 I am using Debian sid under Linux, Lyx svn 2.0
 
 Thanks for your attention
 
 Wolfgang



Re: several problems

2010-08-27 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi Wolfgang

Your mail came through. So the problems seems to be solved.

Regards

Sandro

Am 26.08.2010 um 10:14 schrieb Wolfgang Engelmann:

> 
> Dear list members,
> 
> I encountered several problems. Perhaps you could help me.
> 
> First of all, I am not receiving any mail from the 
> LyX Users List 
> since a few days. So if this mail comes through, and I am not receiving an 
> answer until lets say August 28 12 CET I assume there is something wrong with 
> the mail from the list to my address. I am adding a copy of this mail being 
> sent to my address, so this issue should be solved. 
> 
> Secondly,
> I added yesterday a xfig created figure to my (koma-script) book and got a 
> crash in lyx. Error message is
> 
> lyx QWidget::repaint: Recursive repaint detected
> lyx: SIGSEGV signal caught!
> Sorry, you have found a bug in LyX, hope you have not lost any data.
> Please read the bug-reporting instructions in 'Help->Introduction' and send 
> us 
> a bug report, if necessary. Thanks !
> Bye.  
> 
> and if I start with 
> lyx -dbg graphics
> 
> QPaintEngine::setSystemClip: Should not be changed while engine is active
> QPaintEngine::setSystemClip: Should not be changed while engine is active
> QWidgetPrivate::beginSharedPainter: Painter is already active
> 
> The problem is, that I told lyx to start with the last document opened (just 
> for lazyness; was not a good idea in hindsight), therefore I am not able to 
> do anything with it.
> 
> What I could try to do is open the lyx document with a texteditor and take 
> the 
> (probably) offending figure out, hoping that it will work afterward. But 
> perhaps somebody has a better idea.
> 
> I have checked for the error in the internet, but the related messages are 
> outdated and do not seem to be related to my case (except that qt is 
> involved)
> 
> I am using Debian sid under Linux, Lyx svn 2.0
> 
> Thanks for your attention
> 
> Wolfgang



Pictures and Footnotes

2010-04-05 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi guys,

How can I put a footnote for a named and text circumfluend picture 
(umflossenes Gleitobjekt)? 

SP

Pictures and Footnotes

2010-04-05 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi guys,

How can I put a footnote for a named and text circumfluend picture 
(umflossenes Gleitobjekt)? 

SP

Pictures and Footnotes

2010-04-05 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi guys,

How can I put a footnote for a "named and text circumfluend picture" 
(umflossenes Gleitobjekt)? 

SP

Re: letter?

2010-04-04 Thread Sandro Portmann
But how can I generate a letter with the given examples or the text glass 
letter(DIN,german) which has the adress on the right side of the page? That's 
the way how letters in Switzerland are written and I need it this way.

SP

Re: letter?

2010-04-04 Thread Sandro Portmann
Thanks a lot. 
Does anybody know how to deal that in the dinbrief.lyx file? That would be very 
nice!

SP

Am 04.04.2010 um 16:00 schrieb Jean-Marie Pacquet:

 Sandro Portmann a écrit :
 But how can I generate a letter with the given examples or the text glass 
 letter(DIN,german) which has the adress on the right side of the page? 
 That's the way how letters in Switzerland are written and I need it this way.
 
 SP
  
 You can use koma-letter2 with the SN letter option in the preamble
 
 %% Load an *.lco style file (see KOMA documentation)
 \LoadLetterOption{SN}% 
 -- 
 jmp



Re: letter? Swiss Norm

2010-04-04 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi Hellmut,

Where do I find that file on a macintosh computer? I'm really new in using LyX, 
so I don't really know, where I find those things... Can you help me one more 
time?

SP

Am 05.04.2010 um 01:08 schrieb Hellmut Weber:

 Hi Sandro,
 in my koma installation there is a file SN.lco
 
 /usr/share/texmf-dist/tex/latex/koma-script/SN.lco
 
 It defines the Swiss official letter norm as far as i remember.
 
 HTH
 
 Happy Lyxing
 
 Hellmut
 
 Am 04.04.2010 14:17, schrieb Sandro Portmann:
 But how can I generate a letter with the given examples or the text glass 
 letter(DIN,german) which has the adress on the right side of the page? 
 That's the way how letters in Switzerland are written and I need it this way.
 
 SP
 
 -- 
 Dr. Hellmut Weber m...@hellmutweber.de
 Degenfeldstraße 2 tel   +49-89-3081172
 D-80803 München-Schwabing mobil +49-172-8450321
 please: No DOCs, no PPTs. why: tinyurl.com/cbgq
 



Re: letter?

2010-04-04 Thread Sandro Portmann
But how can I generate a letter with the given examples or the text glass 
letter(DIN,german) which has the adress on the right side of the page? That's 
the way how letters in Switzerland are written and I need it this way.

SP

Re: letter?

2010-04-04 Thread Sandro Portmann
Thanks a lot. 
Does anybody know how to deal that in the dinbrief.lyx file? That would be very 
nice!

SP

Am 04.04.2010 um 16:00 schrieb Jean-Marie Pacquet:

 Sandro Portmann a écrit :
 But how can I generate a letter with the given examples or the text glass 
 letter(DIN,german) which has the adress on the right side of the page? 
 That's the way how letters in Switzerland are written and I need it this way.
 
 SP
  
 You can use koma-letter2 with the SN letter option in the preamble
 
 %% Load an *.lco style file (see KOMA documentation)
 \LoadLetterOption{SN}% 
 -- 
 jmp



Re: letter? Swiss Norm

2010-04-04 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi Hellmut,

Where do I find that file on a macintosh computer? I'm really new in using LyX, 
so I don't really know, where I find those things... Can you help me one more 
time?

SP

Am 05.04.2010 um 01:08 schrieb Hellmut Weber:

 Hi Sandro,
 in my koma installation there is a file SN.lco
 
 /usr/share/texmf-dist/tex/latex/koma-script/SN.lco
 
 It defines the Swiss official letter norm as far as i remember.
 
 HTH
 
 Happy Lyxing
 
 Hellmut
 
 Am 04.04.2010 14:17, schrieb Sandro Portmann:
 But how can I generate a letter with the given examples or the text glass 
 letter(DIN,german) which has the adress on the right side of the page? 
 That's the way how letters in Switzerland are written and I need it this way.
 
 SP
 
 -- 
 Dr. Hellmut Weber m...@hellmutweber.de
 Degenfeldstraße 2 tel   +49-89-3081172
 D-80803 München-Schwabing mobil +49-172-8450321
 please: No DOCs, no PPTs. why: tinyurl.com/cbgq
 



Re: letter?

2010-04-04 Thread Sandro Portmann
But how can I generate a letter with the given examples or the text glass 
letter(DIN,german) which has the adress on the right side of the page? That's 
the way how letters in Switzerland are written and I need it this way.

SP

Re: letter?

2010-04-04 Thread Sandro Portmann
Thanks a lot. 
Does anybody know how to deal that in the dinbrief.lyx file? That would be very 
nice!

SP

Am 04.04.2010 um 16:00 schrieb Jean-Marie Pacquet:

> Sandro Portmann a écrit :
>> But how can I generate a letter with the given examples or the text glass 
>> letter(DIN,german) which has the adress on the right side of the page? 
>> That's the way how letters in Switzerland are written and I need it this way.
>> 
>> SP
>>  
> You can use koma-letter2 with the "SN" letter option in the preamble
> 
> %% Load an *.lco style file (see KOMA documentation)
> \LoadLetterOption{SN}% 
> -- 
> jmp



Re: letter? Swiss Norm

2010-04-04 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi Hellmut,

Where do I find that file on a macintosh computer? I'm really new in using LyX, 
so I don't really know, where I find those things... Can you help me one more 
time?

SP

Am 05.04.2010 um 01:08 schrieb Hellmut Weber:

> Hi Sandro,
> in my koma installation there is a file SN.lco
> 
> /usr/share/texmf-dist/tex/latex/koma-script/SN.lco
> 
> It defines the Swiss official letter norm as far as i remember.
> 
> HTH
> 
> Happy Lyxing
> 
> Hellmut
> 
> Am 04.04.2010 14:17, schrieb Sandro Portmann:
>> But how can I generate a letter with the given examples or the text glass 
>> letter(DIN,german) which has the adress on the right side of the page? 
>> That's the way how letters in Switzerland are written and I need it this way.
>> 
>> SP
> 
> -- 
> Dr. Hellmut Weber m...@hellmutweber.de
> Degenfeldstraße 2 tel   +49-89-3081172
> D-80803 München-Schwabing mobil +49-172-8450321
> please: No DOCs, no PPTs. why: tinyurl.com/cbgq
> 



Re: Footnote location

2010-04-03 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi guys,

Thank you all for helping me. I've found the bug and fixed it. It was just, 
that I've not properly done the format BEFORE writing the whole text, but 
afterwards. So it crashed my opinions and it happened what I've explained here. 

Sorry for asking such silly questions, like it looks now afterwards. But the 
first thing I've asked, how to manage the gap between the text and the footnote 
was really helpful. Thank you all for the support!

SP

Am 03.04.2010 um 23:35 schrieb Ingar Pareliussen:

 If I understand your request correctly you want the footnotes always to 
 appear on
 bottom of the page? This is what usually should happen, if you do not
 use \raggedbottom or similar (irrc).
 
 Try to use the footmisc package. It is probably in your latex-installation, 
 if not install it from ctan. 
 (http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/footmisc)
 
 Write something like this is Documents-Settings--LaTeX Preamble
 
 \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc}
 
 To learn more about the footmisc (it has a lot of options):
 http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/footmisc/footmisc.pdf
 
 If this don't work we would need a small lyx file demonstrating the problem.
 
 And please do not top post. It makes it less likely for some of us older 
 folks to reply ;-).  (and it is much easier to follow a thread in 
 mail-archive when inline quoting is used, just try it :))
 
 hth,
 Ingar Pareliussen



Re: Footnote location

2010-04-03 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi guys,

Thank you all for helping me. I've found the bug and fixed it. It was just, 
that I've not properly done the format BEFORE writing the whole text, but 
afterwards. So it crashed my opinions and it happened what I've explained here. 

Sorry for asking such silly questions, like it looks now afterwards. But the 
first thing I've asked, how to manage the gap between the text and the footnote 
was really helpful. Thank you all for the support!

SP

Am 03.04.2010 um 23:35 schrieb Ingar Pareliussen:

 If I understand your request correctly you want the footnotes always to 
 appear on
 bottom of the page? This is what usually should happen, if you do not
 use \raggedbottom or similar (irrc).
 
 Try to use the footmisc package. It is probably in your latex-installation, 
 if not install it from ctan. 
 (http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/footmisc)
 
 Write something like this is Documents-Settings--LaTeX Preamble
 
 \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc}
 
 To learn more about the footmisc (it has a lot of options):
 http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/footmisc/footmisc.pdf
 
 If this don't work we would need a small lyx file demonstrating the problem.
 
 And please do not top post. It makes it less likely for some of us older 
 folks to reply ;-).  (and it is much easier to follow a thread in 
 mail-archive when inline quoting is used, just try it :))
 
 hth,
 Ingar Pareliussen



Re: Footnote location

2010-04-03 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi guys,

Thank you all for helping me. I've found the bug and fixed it. It was just, 
that I've not properly done the format BEFORE writing the whole text, but 
afterwards. So it crashed my opinions and it happened what I've explained here. 

Sorry for asking such silly questions, like it looks now afterwards. But the 
first thing I've asked, how to manage the gap between the text and the footnote 
was really helpful. Thank you all for the support!

SP

Am 03.04.2010 um 23:35 schrieb Ingar Pareliussen:

> If I understand your request correctly you want the footnotes always to 
> appear on
> bottom of the page? This is what usually should happen, if you do not
> use \raggedbottom or similar (irrc).
> 
> Try to use the footmisc package. It is probably in your latex-installation, 
> if not install it from ctan. 
> (http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/footmisc)
> 
> Write something like this is Documents->Settings-->LaTeX Preamble
> 
> \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc}
> 
> To learn more about the footmisc (it has a lot of options):
> http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/footmisc/footmisc.pdf
> 
> If this don't work we would need a small lyx file demonstrating the problem.
> 
> And please do not top post. It makes it less likely for some of us older 
> folks to reply ;-).  (and it is much easier to follow a thread in 
> mail-archive when inline quoting is used, just try it :))
> 
> hth,
> Ingar Pareliussen



Footnote location

2010-04-02 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi,

I'm writing a longer work for my history studies, but the footnotes come right 
after the text. How can I manage, that between the main text and the footnote 
comes a space from about 1cm? I'm writing my document in article style.

Thanks,

Sandro

Re: Footnote location

2010-04-02 Thread Sandro Portmann
I've tested it, but ut doesn't work. Is there anyone in the community that can 
help me?

SP

Am 02.04.2010 um 16:43 schrieb rgheck:

 On 04/02/2010 09:45 AM, Sandro Portmann wrote:
 Thanks a lot, works good. But there's an other question I have. How can I 
 put the footnote right to the bottom of the page, if the page's not totally 
 filled?
 
   
 Sorry, don't know the answer to that one. You could try something like:
\setlength{\skip\footins}{2cm plus \textheight}
 which allows LaTeX to stretch that length. But I don't know if it would 
 work.
 
 rh
 



Re: Footnote location

2010-04-02 Thread Sandro Portmann
I didn't get the clue. In you're idea, I should put that TeX-Code in to the 
footnote or before the footnote marker appears in the text? I'm really new in 
using LyX and I'm not having much experience in customizing it.

SP

Am 02.04.2010 um 19:14 schrieb Steve Litt:

 Kludge alert:
 
 Put LaTeX ~\\[2cm] at the start of each footnote's text, or perhaps change 
 the 
 footnote environment to place that before the footnote's text, or if that 
 doesn't work perhaps construct a character style that does the same thing. 
 These are ugly kludges that should be considered last resorts.
 
 SteveT
 
 On Friday 02 April 2010 13:02:36 Sandro Portmann wrote:
 I've tested it, but ut doesn't work. Is there anyone in the community that
 can help me?
 
 SP
 
 Am 02.04.2010 um 16:43 schrieb rgheck:
 On 04/02/2010 09:45 AM, Sandro Portmann wrote:
 Thanks a lot, works good. But there's an other question I have. How can
 I put the footnote right to the bottom of the page, if the page's not
 totally filled?
 
 Sorry, don't know the answer to that one. You could try something like:
   \setlength{\skip\footins}{2cm plus \textheight}
 which allows LaTeX to stretch that length. But I don't know if it would
 work.
 
 rh
 



Re: Footnote location

2010-04-02 Thread Sandro Portmann
That doesn't work properly. It puts a space enter the number of the footnote 
and  its text. 

How I can construct a character style, I unfortunately don't know. I need the 
whole footnote on the bottom of the page.

SP
Am 02.04.2010 um 20:31 schrieb Steve Litt:

 Insert the LaTeX one of the three ways I mentioned in my post. As a proof of 
 concept, before the first character of a piece of footnote text, insert the 
 following LaTeX with LyX's LaTeX insertion facility (ERT):
 
 ~\\[2cm]
 
 SteveT
 
 On Friday 02 April 2010 13:35:46 Sandro Portmann wrote:
 I didn't get the clue. In you're idea, I should put that TeX-Code in to the
 footnote or before the footnote marker appears in the text? I'm really new
 in using LyX and I'm not having much experience in customizing it.
 
 SP
 
 Am 02.04.2010 um 19:14 schrieb Steve Litt:
 Kludge alert:
 
 Put LaTeX ~\\[2cm] at the start of each footnote's text, or perhaps
 change the footnote environment to place that before the footnote's text,
 or if that doesn't work perhaps construct a character style that does the
 same thing. These are ugly kludges that should be considered last
 resorts.
 
 SteveT
 
 On Friday 02 April 2010 13:02:36 Sandro Portmann wrote:
 I've tested it, but ut doesn't work. Is there anyone in the community
 that can help me?
 
 SP
 
 Am 02.04.2010 um 16:43 schrieb rgheck:
 On 04/02/2010 09:45 AM, Sandro Portmann wrote:
 Thanks a lot, works good. But there's an other question I have. How
 can I put the footnote right to the bottom of the page, if the page's
 not totally filled?
 
 Sorry, don't know the answer to that one. You could try something like:
  \setlength{\skip\footins}{2cm plus \textheight}
 which allows LaTeX to stretch that length. But I don't know if it
 would work.
 
 rh
 
 
 -- 
 Steve Litt
 Recession Relief Package
 http://www.recession-relief.US
 Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/stevelitt
 



Footnote location

2010-04-02 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi,

I'm writing a longer work for my history studies, but the footnotes come right 
after the text. How can I manage, that between the main text and the footnote 
comes a space from about 1cm? I'm writing my document in article style.

Thanks,

Sandro

Re: Footnote location

2010-04-02 Thread Sandro Portmann
I've tested it, but ut doesn't work. Is there anyone in the community that can 
help me?

SP

Am 02.04.2010 um 16:43 schrieb rgheck:

 On 04/02/2010 09:45 AM, Sandro Portmann wrote:
 Thanks a lot, works good. But there's an other question I have. How can I 
 put the footnote right to the bottom of the page, if the page's not totally 
 filled?
 
   
 Sorry, don't know the answer to that one. You could try something like:
\setlength{\skip\footins}{2cm plus \textheight}
 which allows LaTeX to stretch that length. But I don't know if it would 
 work.
 
 rh
 



Re: Footnote location

2010-04-02 Thread Sandro Portmann
I didn't get the clue. In you're idea, I should put that TeX-Code in to the 
footnote or before the footnote marker appears in the text? I'm really new in 
using LyX and I'm not having much experience in customizing it.

SP

Am 02.04.2010 um 19:14 schrieb Steve Litt:

 Kludge alert:
 
 Put LaTeX ~\\[2cm] at the start of each footnote's text, or perhaps change 
 the 
 footnote environment to place that before the footnote's text, or if that 
 doesn't work perhaps construct a character style that does the same thing. 
 These are ugly kludges that should be considered last resorts.
 
 SteveT
 
 On Friday 02 April 2010 13:02:36 Sandro Portmann wrote:
 I've tested it, but ut doesn't work. Is there anyone in the community that
 can help me?
 
 SP
 
 Am 02.04.2010 um 16:43 schrieb rgheck:
 On 04/02/2010 09:45 AM, Sandro Portmann wrote:
 Thanks a lot, works good. But there's an other question I have. How can
 I put the footnote right to the bottom of the page, if the page's not
 totally filled?
 
 Sorry, don't know the answer to that one. You could try something like:
   \setlength{\skip\footins}{2cm plus \textheight}
 which allows LaTeX to stretch that length. But I don't know if it would
 work.
 
 rh
 



Re: Footnote location

2010-04-02 Thread Sandro Portmann
That doesn't work properly. It puts a space enter the number of the footnote 
and  its text. 

How I can construct a character style, I unfortunately don't know. I need the 
whole footnote on the bottom of the page.

SP
Am 02.04.2010 um 20:31 schrieb Steve Litt:

 Insert the LaTeX one of the three ways I mentioned in my post. As a proof of 
 concept, before the first character of a piece of footnote text, insert the 
 following LaTeX with LyX's LaTeX insertion facility (ERT):
 
 ~\\[2cm]
 
 SteveT
 
 On Friday 02 April 2010 13:35:46 Sandro Portmann wrote:
 I didn't get the clue. In you're idea, I should put that TeX-Code in to the
 footnote or before the footnote marker appears in the text? I'm really new
 in using LyX and I'm not having much experience in customizing it.
 
 SP
 
 Am 02.04.2010 um 19:14 schrieb Steve Litt:
 Kludge alert:
 
 Put LaTeX ~\\[2cm] at the start of each footnote's text, or perhaps
 change the footnote environment to place that before the footnote's text,
 or if that doesn't work perhaps construct a character style that does the
 same thing. These are ugly kludges that should be considered last
 resorts.
 
 SteveT
 
 On Friday 02 April 2010 13:02:36 Sandro Portmann wrote:
 I've tested it, but ut doesn't work. Is there anyone in the community
 that can help me?
 
 SP
 
 Am 02.04.2010 um 16:43 schrieb rgheck:
 On 04/02/2010 09:45 AM, Sandro Portmann wrote:
 Thanks a lot, works good. But there's an other question I have. How
 can I put the footnote right to the bottom of the page, if the page's
 not totally filled?
 
 Sorry, don't know the answer to that one. You could try something like:
  \setlength{\skip\footins}{2cm plus \textheight}
 which allows LaTeX to stretch that length. But I don't know if it
 would work.
 
 rh
 
 
 -- 
 Steve Litt
 Recession Relief Package
 http://www.recession-relief.US
 Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/stevelitt
 



Footnote location

2010-04-02 Thread Sandro Portmann
Hi,

I'm writing a longer work for my history studies, but the footnotes come right 
after the text. How can I manage, that between the main text and the footnote 
comes a space from about 1cm? I'm writing my document in article style.

Thanks,

Sandro

Re: Footnote location

2010-04-02 Thread Sandro Portmann
I've tested it, but ut doesn't work. Is there anyone in the community that can 
help me?

SP

Am 02.04.2010 um 16:43 schrieb rgheck:

> On 04/02/2010 09:45 AM, Sandro Portmann wrote:
>> Thanks a lot, works good. But there's an other question I have. How can I 
>> put the footnote right to the bottom of the page, if the page's not totally 
>> filled?
>> 
>>   
> Sorry, don't know the answer to that one. You could try something like:
>\setlength{\skip\footins}{2cm plus \textheight}
> which allows LaTeX to "stretch" that length. But I don't know if it would 
> work.
> 
> rh
> 



Re: Footnote location

2010-04-02 Thread Sandro Portmann
I didn't get the clue. In you're idea, I should put that TeX-Code in to the 
footnote or before the footnote marker appears in the text? I'm really new in 
using LyX and I'm not having much experience in customizing it.

SP

Am 02.04.2010 um 19:14 schrieb Steve Litt:

> Kludge alert:
> 
> Put LaTeX ~\\[2cm] at the start of each footnote's text, or perhaps change 
> the 
> footnote environment to place that before the footnote's text, or if that 
> doesn't work perhaps construct a character style that does the same thing. 
> These are ugly kludges that should be considered last resorts.
> 
> SteveT
> 
> On Friday 02 April 2010 13:02:36 Sandro Portmann wrote:
>> I've tested it, but ut doesn't work. Is there anyone in the community that
>> can help me?
>> 
>> SP
>> 
>> Am 02.04.2010 um 16:43 schrieb rgheck:
>>> On 04/02/2010 09:45 AM, Sandro Portmann wrote:
>>>> Thanks a lot, works good. But there's an other question I have. How can
>>>> I put the footnote right to the bottom of the page, if the page's not
>>>> totally filled?
>>> 
>>> Sorry, don't know the answer to that one. You could try something like:
>>>   \setlength{\skip\footins}{2cm plus \textheight}
>>> which allows LaTeX to "stretch" that length. But I don't know if it would
>>> work.
>>> 
>>> rh
>> 



Re: Footnote location

2010-04-02 Thread Sandro Portmann
That doesn't work properly. It puts a space enter the number of the footnote 
and  its text. 

How I can construct a character style, I unfortunately don't know. I need the 
whole footnote on the bottom of the page.

SP
Am 02.04.2010 um 20:31 schrieb Steve Litt:

> Insert the LaTeX one of the three ways I mentioned in my post. As a proof of 
> concept, before the first character of a piece of footnote text, insert the 
> following LaTeX with LyX's LaTeX insertion facility (ERT):
> 
> ~\\[2cm]
> 
> SteveT
> 
> On Friday 02 April 2010 13:35:46 Sandro Portmann wrote:
>> I didn't get the clue. In you're idea, I should put that TeX-Code in to the
>> footnote or before the footnote marker appears in the text? I'm really new
>> in using LyX and I'm not having much experience in customizing it.
>> 
>> SP
>> 
>> Am 02.04.2010 um 19:14 schrieb Steve Litt:
>>> Kludge alert:
>>> 
>>> Put LaTeX ~\\[2cm] at the start of each footnote's text, or perhaps
>>> change the footnote environment to place that before the footnote's text,
>>> or if that doesn't work perhaps construct a character style that does the
>>> same thing. These are ugly kludges that should be considered last
>>> resorts.
>>> 
>>> SteveT
>>> 
>>> On Friday 02 April 2010 13:02:36 Sandro Portmann wrote:
>>>> I've tested it, but ut doesn't work. Is there anyone in the community
>>>> that can help me?
>>>> 
>>>> SP
>>>> 
>>>> Am 02.04.2010 um 16:43 schrieb rgheck:
>>>>> On 04/02/2010 09:45 AM, Sandro Portmann wrote:
>>>>>> Thanks a lot, works good. But there's an other question I have. How
>>>>>> can I put the footnote right to the bottom of the page, if the page's
>>>>>> not totally filled?
>>>>> 
>>>>> Sorry, don't know the answer to that one. You could try something like:
>>>>>  \setlength{\skip\footins}{2cm plus \textheight}
>>>>> which allows LaTeX to "stretch" that length. But I don't know if it
>>>>> would work.
>>>>> 
>>>>> rh
>> 
> 
> -- 
> Steve Litt
> Recession Relief Package
> http://www.recession-relief.US
> Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/stevelitt
>