Part name in TOC

2001-11-07 Thread Tony Dancer
Hello, I really am sorry for posting this, as I suspect it is an FAQ. However, I can't find any record of it in the digests. I have a thesis using report style, and want to make the TOC look different. Specifically, `Part' just reads I, II etc, and I would like it to say Part I. Can anyone

Part name in TOC

2001-11-07 Thread Tony Dancer
Hello, I really am sorry for posting this, as I suspect it is an FAQ. However, I can't find any record of it in the digests. I have a thesis using report style, and want to make the TOC look different. Specifically, `Part' just reads I, II etc, and I would like it to say Part I. Can anyone

Part name in TOC

2001-11-07 Thread Tony Dancer
Hello, I really am sorry for posting this, as I suspect it is an FAQ. However, I can't find any record of it in the digests. I have a thesis using report style, and want to make the TOC look different. Specifically, `Part' just reads I, II etc, and I would like it to say Part I. Can anyone

Re: slow typing in lyx

2000-08-15 Thread Tony Dancer
On Thu, 10 Aug 2000, Tony Dancer wrote: I was having trouble with lyx not being able to keep up with my typing (which, I admit, is not the fastest nor the most accurate in the world) ...and now I would like to report a solution. It would appear that after lots of help from a number of places

Re: slow typing in lyx

2000-08-15 Thread Tony Dancer
On Thu, 10 Aug 2000, Tony Dancer wrote: I was having trouble with lyx not being able to keep up with my typing (which, I admit, is not the fastest nor the most accurate in the world) ...and now I would like to report a solution. It would appear that after lots of help from a number of places

Re: slow typing in lyx

2000-08-15 Thread Tony Dancer
> On Thu, 10 Aug 2000, Tony Dancer wrote: > I was having trouble with lyx not being able to keep up with my typing (which, I admit, is not the fastest nor the most accurate in the world) ...and now I would like to report a solution. It would appear that after lots of help from a

Re: how to change the bibtex reference list?

2000-08-11 Thread Tony Dancer
On 11 Aug, R. Lahaye wrote: Hello, I use a bibtex file, that has all the fields filled in, such as the journal title. Now I don't want the titles (and some other fields) to go into the reference list of my current document. Is there a way to set the style of the reference list in

Re: how to change the bibtex reference list?

2000-08-11 Thread Tony Dancer
On 11 Aug, R. Lahaye wrote: Hello, I use a bibtex file, that has all the fields filled in, such as the journal title. Now I don't want the titles (and some other fields) to go into the reference list of my current document. Is there a way to set the style of the reference list in

Re: how to change the bibtex reference list?

2000-08-11 Thread Tony Dancer
On 11 Aug, R. Lahaye wrote: > > Hello, > > I use a bibtex file, that has all the fields filled in, > such as the journal title. > > Now I don't want the titles (and some other fields) to > go into the reference list of my current document. > > Is there a way to set the style of the reference

slow typing in lyx

2000-08-10 Thread Tony Dancer
Dear all: I was having problems with back-delete being so slow, this has been fixed thanks to help and a patch -- thankyou. But now I see part of the problem persists. 1.1.5fix1 seems very slow when I type. I do not notice the effects when I type a paragraph from scratch. However, when I go

Re: slow typing in lyx

2000-08-10 Thread Tony Dancer
It's a vanilla cyrix p200, and it was an RPM install, but because of applying the patch it is now an install from a rebuilt RPM, and my gcc version is egcs-2.91.66 (egcs-1.1.2 release) (it would appear). It is a RH6.1 with updates. Tony What cpu are you running on? What compiler/libraries?

slow typing in lyx

2000-08-10 Thread Tony Dancer
Dear all: I was having problems with back-delete being so slow, this has been fixed thanks to help and a patch -- thankyou. But now I see part of the problem persists. 1.1.5fix1 seems very slow when I type. I do not notice the effects when I type a paragraph from scratch. However, when I go

Re: slow typing in lyx

2000-08-10 Thread Tony Dancer
It's a vanilla cyrix p200, and it was an RPM install, but because of applying the patch it is now an install from a rebuilt RPM, and my gcc version is egcs-2.91.66 (egcs-1.1.2 release) (it would appear). It is a RH6.1 with updates. Tony What cpu are you running on? What compiler/libraries?

slow typing in lyx

2000-08-10 Thread Tony Dancer
Dear all: I was having problems with back-delete being so slow, this has been fixed thanks to help and a patch -- thankyou. But now I see part of the problem persists. 1.1.5fix1 seems very slow when I type. I do not notice the effects when I type a paragraph from scratch. However, when I go

Re: slow typing in lyx

2000-08-10 Thread Tony Dancer
It's a vanilla cyrix p200, and it was an RPM install, but because of applying the patch it is now an install from a rebuilt RPM, and my gcc version is egcs-2.91.66 (egcs-1.1.2 release) (it would appear). It is a RH6.1 with updates. Tony > What cpu are you running on? > What compiler/libraries?

Re: Word wrap and bib formatting

2000-06-13 Thread tony . dancer
Dear all, Forgive me if either of my queries have been covered before. I have trusted my PhD thesis to LyX which has coped admirably. I have a couple of formatting issues that I'd like to solve but can't find answers in the documentation (though that doesn't mean they're not there!).

Re: Word wrap and bib formatting

2000-06-13 Thread tony . dancer
Dear all, Forgive me if either of my queries have been covered before. I have trusted my PhD thesis to LyX which has coped admirably. I have a couple of formatting issues that I'd like to solve but can't find answers in the documentation (though that doesn't mean they're not there!).

Re: Word wrap and bib formatting

2000-06-13 Thread tony . dancer
> Dear all, > > Forgive me if either of my queries have been covered before. > > I have trusted my PhD thesis to LyX which has coped admirably. I have a > couple of formatting issues that I'd like to solve but can't find answers > in the documentation (though that doesn't mean they're not

special key / compose

2000-05-16 Thread Tony Dancer
Hi: I know I am about to display my ignorance - for which I can only apologise - but some help would be appreciated.. I am trying to write about Patocka. The `c' in his name has a small `v' above it. How do I get LyX to do this (presumably with the compose key), and what is it called? TIA

special key / compose

2000-05-16 Thread Tony Dancer
Hi: I know I am about to display my ignorance - for which I can only apologise - but some help would be appreciated.. I am trying to write about Patocka. The `c' in his name has a small `v' above it. How do I get LyX to do this (presumably with the compose key), and what is it called? TIA

special key / compose

2000-05-16 Thread Tony Dancer
Hi: I know I am about to display my ignorance - for which I can only apologise - but some help would be appreciated.. I am trying to write about Patocka. The `c' in his name has a small `v' above it. How do I get LyX to do this (presumably with the compose key), and what is it called? TIA

watermark - answer

2000-04-07 Thread Tony Dancer
Ages ago I asked whether it was possible to use a watermark. Those who responded felt it wasn't. I have found one solution I thought I would share with you all in case others seek the same thing. Using the fancybox package, and the subsequent \thisfancyput or \fancyput command, it is possible to

watermark - answer

2000-04-07 Thread Tony Dancer
Ages ago I asked whether it was possible to use a watermark. Those who responded felt it wasn't. I have found one solution I thought I would share with you all in case others seek the same thing. Using the fancybox package, and the subsequent \thisfancyput or \fancyput command, it is possible to

watermark - answer

2000-04-07 Thread Tony Dancer
Ages ago I asked whether it was possible to use a watermark. Those who responded felt it wasn't. I have found one solution I thought I would share with you all in case others seek the same thing. Using the fancybox package, and the subsequent \thisfancyput or \fancyput command, it is possible to

Re: recently used files

2000-04-01 Thread Tony Dancer
\num_lastfiles n where n is the number you wand, in your .lyxrc should do the trick. Tony On 1 Apr, Paul Lambert wrote: Hi, Is there a way to extend the number of recently used files displayed on the File- menu in a new lyx session? I've hunted through the manuals but couldn't

Re: recently used files

2000-04-01 Thread Tony Dancer
\num_lastfiles n where n is the number you wand, in your .lyxrc should do the trick. Tony On 1 Apr, Paul Lambert wrote: Hi, Is there a way to extend the number of recently used files displayed on the File- menu in a new lyx session? I've hunted through the manuals but couldn't

Re: recently used files

2000-04-01 Thread Tony Dancer
\num_lastfiles n where n is the number you wand, in your .lyxrc should do the trick. Tony On 1 Apr, Paul Lambert wrote: > > > Hi, > > Is there a way to extend the number of recently used > files displayed on the File- menu in a new lyx > session? I've hunted through the manuals but

Re: dumb question: degree symbol

2000-03-24 Thread Tony Dancer
You might check in /etc/XF86Config (or where ever yours is) -- my compose is defined there, or so I understand. On 24 Mar, Ramon Diaz-Uriarte wrote: Thanks a lot to Juergen and Jean-Marc; however, I cannot find my Compose key. I've tried with xkeycaps (I am running Linux), and cannot find

Re: dumb question: degree symbol

2000-03-24 Thread Tony Dancer
You might check in /etc/XF86Config (or where ever yours is) -- my compose is defined there, or so I understand. On 24 Mar, Ramon Diaz-Uriarte wrote: Thanks a lot to Juergen and Jean-Marc; however, I cannot find my Compose key. I've tried with xkeycaps (I am running Linux), and cannot find

Re: dumb question: degree symbol

2000-03-24 Thread Tony Dancer
You might check in /etc/XF86Config (or where ever yours is) -- my compose is defined there, or so I understand. On 24 Mar, Ramon Diaz-Uriarte wrote: > Thanks a lot to Juergen and Jean-Marc; however, I cannot find my Compose key. > I've tried with xkeycaps (I am running Linux), and cannot find

text misalignment in multicol environment

2000-03-22 Thread Tony Dancer
I know this probably has a TeX answer, but I'd appreciate any light all of you can shed on this. I am using multicol for a document with two columns, but the text in the left hand column does not line up with the text in the right hand column, on the horizontal (baseline?). That is, say for

misalignment of column text

2000-03-22 Thread Tony Dancer
I know this probably has a TeX answer, but I'd appreciate any light all of you can shed on this. I am using multicol for a document with two columns, but the text in the left hand column does not line up with the text in the right hand column, on the horizontal. That is, say for example, line 10

booklet in a5

2000-03-22 Thread Tony Dancer
I seem to recall a long time ago someone was making enquiries about producing an a5 booklet in lyx. I would like to know how to do this, but can't find the old postings (if they ever existed!). What is the best way of doing this so that I have a nice PS file I can send to the printers for them

text misalignment in multicol environment

2000-03-22 Thread Tony Dancer
I know this probably has a TeX answer, but I'd appreciate any light all of you can shed on this. I am using multicol for a document with two columns, but the text in the left hand column does not line up with the text in the right hand column, on the horizontal (baseline?). That is, say for

misalignment of column text

2000-03-22 Thread Tony Dancer
I know this probably has a TeX answer, but I'd appreciate any light all of you can shed on this. I am using multicol for a document with two columns, but the text in the left hand column does not line up with the text in the right hand column, on the horizontal. That is, say for example, line 10

booklet in a5

2000-03-22 Thread Tony Dancer
I seem to recall a long time ago someone was making enquiries about producing an a5 booklet in lyx. I would like to know how to do this, but can't find the old postings (if they ever existed!). What is the best way of doing this so that I have a nice PS file I can send to the printers for them

text misalignment in multicol environment

2000-03-22 Thread Tony Dancer
I know this probably has a TeX answer, but I'd appreciate any light all of you can shed on this. I am using multicol for a document with two columns, but the text in the left hand column does not line up with the text in the right hand column, on the horizontal (baseline?). That is, say for

misalignment of column text

2000-03-22 Thread Tony Dancer
I know this probably has a TeX answer, but I'd appreciate any light all of you can shed on this. I am using multicol for a document with two columns, but the text in the left hand column does not line up with the text in the right hand column, on the horizontal. That is, say for example, line 10

booklet in a5

2000-03-22 Thread Tony Dancer
I seem to recall a long time ago someone was making enquiries about producing an a5 booklet in lyx. I would like to know how to do this, but can't find the old postings (if they ever existed!). What is the best way of doing this so that I have a nice PS file I can send to the printers for them

formatting question

2000-03-21 Thread Tony Dancer
Hi folks I want to typeset a regular newsletter using lyx, and want to hear if anyone has done something similar / if there are any sty files around? I have not found any (other than an old 1992 tex macro). Is it possible to have lines between columns, running vertically? And is it possible to

formatting question

2000-03-21 Thread Tony Dancer
Hi folks I want to typeset a regular newsletter using lyx, and want to hear if anyone has done something similar / if there are any sty files around? I have not found any (other than an old 1992 tex macro). Is it possible to have lines between columns, running vertically? And is it possible to

formatting question

2000-03-21 Thread Tony Dancer
Hi folks I want to typeset a regular newsletter using lyx, and want to hear if anyone has done something similar / if there are any sty files around? I have not found any (other than an old 1992 tex macro). Is it possible to have lines between columns, running vertically? And is it possible to

crashing part 2

2000-03-14 Thread Tony Dancer
(gdb) backtrace #0 0x80f9115 in ?? () #1 0x80f5076 in ?? () #2 0x80bbdc9 in ?? () #3 0x80b6732 in ?? () #4 0x806329d in ?? () #5 0x8063330 in ?? () #6 0x40046083 in pre_emptive_consumed () from /usr/lib/libforms.so.0.88 #7 0x40045380 in do_interaction_step () from

follow-up (!)

2000-03-14 Thread Tony Dancer
Program received signal SIGABRT, Aborted. 0x401ea4e1 in __kill () from /lib/libc.so.6 I get this in GDB when i do `continue' -- sorry for the self-followup, but I am really finding my way round GDB in the dark, so to speak. tony --- Previously, I wrote. (gdb) backtrace #0

crashing part 2

2000-03-14 Thread Tony Dancer
(gdb) backtrace #0 0x80f9115 in ?? () #1 0x80f5076 in ?? () #2 0x80bbdc9 in ?? () #3 0x80b6732 in ?? () #4 0x806329d in ?? () #5 0x8063330 in ?? () #6 0x40046083 in pre_emptive_consumed () from /usr/lib/libforms.so.0.88 #7 0x40045380 in do_interaction_step () from

follow-up (!)

2000-03-14 Thread Tony Dancer
Program received signal SIGABRT, Aborted. 0x401ea4e1 in __kill () from /lib/libc.so.6 I get this in GDB when i do `continue' -- sorry for the self-followup, but I am really finding my way round GDB in the dark, so to speak. tony --- Previously, I wrote. (gdb) backtrace #0

crashing part 2

2000-03-14 Thread Tony Dancer
(gdb) backtrace #0 0x80f9115 in ?? () #1 0x80f5076 in ?? () #2 0x80bbdc9 in ?? () #3 0x80b6732 in ?? () #4 0x806329d in ?? () #5 0x8063330 in ?? () #6 0x40046083 in pre_emptive_consumed () from /usr/lib/libforms.so.0.88 #7 0x40045380 in do_interaction_step () from

follow-up (!)

2000-03-14 Thread Tony Dancer
Program received signal SIGABRT, Aborted. 0x401ea4e1 in __kill () from /lib/libc.so.6 I get this in GDB when i do `continue' -- sorry for the self-followup, but I am really finding my way round GDB in the dark, so to speak. tony --- < Previously, I wrote.> (gdb) backtrace #0

cross referencing

2000-03-10 Thread Tony Dancer
I have a master document with included lyx files (Include File / LyX document specified) for all my chapters. I find this the easiest way to manage the thesis. I want to insert a cross reference in one chapter (chapter one) to refer to another chapter (chapter two). I have inserted the label in

Re: cross referencing

2000-03-10 Thread Tony Dancer
On 10 Mar, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: The idea is to load main document, open the xref popup, and then switch to the other document (I think). Hope this helps. JMarc Ahh..I see. That does it. Thankyou! I also took the precaution of upgrading to 4fix1 -- something I have been meaning to

cross referencing

2000-03-10 Thread Tony Dancer
I have a master document with included lyx files (Include File / LyX document specified) for all my chapters. I find this the easiest way to manage the thesis. I want to insert a cross reference in one chapter (chapter one) to refer to another chapter (chapter two). I have inserted the label in

Re: cross referencing

2000-03-10 Thread Tony Dancer
On 10 Mar, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: The idea is to load main document, open the xref popup, and then switch to the other document (I think). Hope this helps. JMarc Ahh..I see. That does it. Thankyou! I also took the precaution of upgrading to 4fix1 -- something I have been meaning to

cross referencing

2000-03-10 Thread Tony Dancer
I have a master document with included lyx files (Include File / LyX document specified) for all my chapters. I find this the easiest way to manage the thesis. I want to insert a cross reference in one chapter (chapter one) to refer to another chapter (chapter two). I have inserted the label in

Re: cross referencing

2000-03-10 Thread Tony Dancer
On 10 Mar, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: > The idea is to load main document, open the xref popup, and then > switch to the other document (I think). > > Hope this helps. > > JMarc Ahh..I see. That does it. Thankyou! I also took the precaution of upgrading to 4fix1 -- something I have been

Re: Macros ?

2000-03-08 Thread Tony Dancer
On 8 Mar, Luis A. Fernandez wrote: In fact, what I really want is to be able to, say, type 'Control a s' and have 'Hello' written on the document. I've read abuot and use the math-macros rather frequently. Well I know this isn't quite what you had in mind, and perhaps may even be a math

Re: Macros ?

2000-03-08 Thread Tony Dancer
On 8 Mar, Luis A. Fernandez wrote: In fact, what I really want is to be able to, say, type 'Control a s' and have 'Hello' written on the document. I've read abuot and use the math-macros rather frequently. Well I know this isn't quite what you had in mind, and perhaps may even be a math

Re: Macros ?

2000-03-08 Thread Tony Dancer
On 8 Mar, Luis A. Fernandez wrote: > > In fact, what I really want is to be able to, say, type 'Control a s' > and have 'Hello' written on the document. > I've read abuot and use the math-macros rather frequently. > Well I know this isn't quite what you had in mind, and perhaps may even be a

Re: Resumes with Lyx

2000-02-27 Thread Tony Dancer
On 26 Feb, Gerald Gutierrez penned the following fine prose: Previously I couldn't find anything that allowed one to do resumes with Lyx. Is this now possible? If not, can someone please point me to a good (maintained?) package that would allow me to write resumes in LaTeX? Thanks.

Re: Resumes with Lyx

2000-02-27 Thread Tony Dancer
On 26 Feb, Gerald Gutierrez penned the following fine prose: Previously I couldn't find anything that allowed one to do resumes with Lyx. Is this now possible? If not, can someone please point me to a good (maintained?) package that would allow me to write resumes in LaTeX? Thanks.

Re: Resumes with Lyx

2000-02-27 Thread Tony Dancer
On 26 Feb, Gerald Gutierrez penned the following fine prose: > > Previously I couldn't find anything that allowed one to do resumes with Lyx. Is > this now possible? If not, can someone please point me to a good > (maintained?) package that would allow me to write resumes in LaTeX? > > Thanks.

redefining letter cls/sty

2000-02-20 Thread Tony Dancer
I am trying to change the characteristics of the letter style so that my `from address' is in a different place (centered, rather than right aligned). I put \renewcommand\address{\fromaddress\center} in my preamble, which works. However it then insists on giving me a page break between my

redefining letter cls/sty

2000-02-20 Thread Tony Dancer
I am trying to change the characteristics of the letter style so that my `from address' is in a different place (centered, rather than right aligned). I put \renewcommand\address{\fromaddress\center} in my preamble, which works. However it then insists on giving me a page break between my

redefining letter cls/sty

2000-02-20 Thread Tony Dancer
I am trying to change the characteristics of the letter style so that my `from address' is in a different place (centered, rather than right aligned). I put \renewcommand\address{\fromaddress\center} in my preamble, which works. However it then insists on giving me a page break between my

Re: bibtex

2000-02-19 Thread Tony Dancer
On 19 Feb, Shawn Koons penned the following fine prose: I'm stumped! I've read all the documentation I can on bibtex databases (except for Lamport's because the local libraries do not carry it) but can not find out to start one. I have went to the command line in a shell and typed 'bibtex'

Re: bibtex

2000-02-19 Thread Tony Dancer
On 19 Feb, Shawn Koons penned the following fine prose: I'm stumped! I've read all the documentation I can on bibtex databases (except for Lamport's because the local libraries do not carry it) but can not find out to start one. I have went to the command line in a shell and typed 'bibtex'

Re: bibtex

2000-02-19 Thread Tony Dancer
On 19 Feb, Shawn Koons penned the following fine prose: > I'm stumped! > I've read all the documentation I can on bibtex databases (except for > Lamport's because the local libraries do not carry it) but can not find > out to start one. I have went to the command line in a shell and typed >

strike-through

2000-02-16 Thread Tony Dancer
Can anyone tell me how I go about writing text so it is printed as `strike-through text' ? Thanks Tony

strike-through

2000-02-16 Thread Tony Dancer
Can anyone tell me how I go about writing text so it is printed as `strike-through text' ? Thanks Tony

strike-through

2000-02-16 Thread Tony Dancer
Can anyone tell me how I go about writing text so it is printed as `strike-through text' ? Thanks Tony

Re: Title without Date in Article textclass

1999-11-25 Thread tony . dancer
you could put \date{} in the preamble. Tony On 25 Nov, Arkaitz Bitorika wrote: Hi everybody, As the subject says, I would like to know if there is any way of getting rid of the automatic Date inserted in the Article class when the Title environment is used. I have tried using

Re: Title without Date in Article textclass

1999-11-25 Thread tony . dancer
you could put \date{} in the preamble. Tony On 25 Nov, Arkaitz Bitorika wrote: Hi everybody, As the subject says, I would like to know if there is any way of getting rid of the automatic Date inserted in the Article class when the Title environment is used. I have tried using

Re: Title without Date in Article textclass

1999-11-25 Thread tony . dancer
you could put \date{} in the preamble. Tony On 25 Nov, Arkaitz Bitorika wrote: > Hi everybody, > As the subject says, I would like to know if there > is any way of getting rid of the automatic Date inserted in > the Article class when the Title environment is used. I > have tried

Re: Some Problems with 1.1.1pre2

1999-10-23 Thread Tony Dancer
On 23 Oct, Benni Baermann wrote: - I try to use the new Export-HTML Feature. But it did not work. It gives only empty html-files. Possible i need to install this "tth" or do some configuration? But: What is this tth and where can i get this? I got this problem too, even tho tth is

Re: Some Problems with 1.1.1pre2

1999-10-23 Thread Tony Dancer
On 23 Oct, Benni Baermann wrote: - I try to use the new Export-HTML Feature. But it did not work. It gives only empty html-files. Possible i need to install this "tth" or do some configuration? But: What is this tth and where can i get this? I got this problem too, even tho tth is

Re: Some Problems with 1.1.1pre2

1999-10-23 Thread Tony Dancer
On 23 Oct, Benni Baermann wrote: > - I try to use the new Export->HTML Feature. But it did not work. It > gives only empty html-files. Possible i need to install this "tth" > or do some configuration? But: What is this tth and where can i get > this? > I got this problem too, even tho tth is

RE: Some layout problem

1999-10-21 Thread tony . dancer
On 21 Oct, To: Juergen Vigna wrote: On 21 Oct, Juergen Vigna wrote: This you can do by exporting the file in Postscript and then using: psnup -2 myfile.ps newfile.ps Should work. You have to install psutils thought if you don't have them! If you don't have them installed, as I have

RE: Some layout problem

1999-10-21 Thread tony . dancer
On 21 Oct, To: Juergen Vigna wrote: On 21 Oct, Juergen Vigna wrote: This you can do by exporting the file in Postscript and then using: psnup -2 myfile.ps newfile.ps Should work. You have to install psutils thought if you don't have them! If you don't have them installed, as I have

RE: Some layout problem

1999-10-21 Thread tony . dancer
On 21 Oct, To: Juergen Vigna wrote: > On 21 Oct, Juergen Vigna wrote: > > This you can do by exporting the file in Postscript and then using: > > psnup -2 myfile.ps newfile.ps > > Should work. You have to install psutils thought if you don't have them! If you don't have them installed, as I

Re: Preface/Bibliography missing from TOC

1999-10-13 Thread Tony Dancer
On 13 Oct, Bruce Momjian wrote: However, I couldn't figure out how to get put the Latex inline code in the bibliography. I can put it before the bibliography starts, but that doesn't help because it shows the wrong page number. I can put it at the end of the bibliography, but that doesn't

Re: Preface/Bibliography missing from TOC

1999-10-13 Thread Tony Dancer
On 13 Oct, Bruce Momjian wrote: However, I couldn't figure out how to get put the Latex inline code in the bibliography. I can put it before the bibliography starts, but that doesn't help because it shows the wrong page number. I can put it at the end of the bibliography, but that doesn't

Re: Preface/Bibliography missing from TOC

1999-10-13 Thread Tony Dancer
On 13 Oct, Bruce Momjian wrote: > However, I couldn't figure out how to get put the Latex inline code in > the bibliography. I can put it before the bibliography starts, but that > doesn't help because it shows the wrong page number. I can put it at > the end of the bibliography, but that

RE: Thank you for the LyX

1999-10-07 Thread Tony Dancer
..and from those of us who never go near Math Mode, can I also say what a great tool lyx is. For ages, I put off using Linux and TeX because of the lack of a front end which didn't leave you engulfed in tagged text. Lyx converted me. Someone, quite rightly, pointed out it is a little confusing

RE: Thank you for the LyX

1999-10-07 Thread Tony Dancer
..and from those of us who never go near Math Mode, can I also say what a great tool lyx is. For ages, I put off using Linux and TeX because of the lack of a front end which didn't leave you engulfed in tagged text. Lyx converted me. Someone, quite rightly, pointed out it is a little confusing

RE: Thank you for the LyX

1999-10-07 Thread Tony Dancer
..and from those of us who never go near Math Mode, can I also say what a great tool lyx is. For ages, I put off using Linux and TeX because of the lack of a front end which didn't leave you engulfed in tagged text. Lyx converted me. Someone, quite rightly, pointed out it is a little confusing

Re: rpm-ing lyx

1999-10-01 Thread Tony Dancer
I had this problem when building from the tar.gz, and found the quickest solution was to extract lyx.xpm from the archive and place it in the directory RPM was complaining it couldnt find it in (in my case, the redhat/SOURCES directory. worked fine. I suspect the RPM spec file in the archive is

Re: rpm-ing lyx

1999-10-01 Thread Tony Dancer
I had this problem when building from the tar.gz, and found the quickest solution was to extract lyx.xpm from the archive and place it in the directory RPM was complaining it couldnt find it in (in my case, the redhat/SOURCES directory. worked fine. I suspect the RPM spec file in the archive is

Re: rpm-ing lyx

1999-10-01 Thread Tony Dancer
I had this problem when building from the tar.gz, and found the quickest solution was to extract lyx.xpm from the archive and place it in the directory RPM was complaining it couldnt find it in (in my case, the redhat/SOURCES directory. worked fine. I suspect the RPM spec file in the archive is

Re: how to make a rpm for 1.0.4 on RedHat 5.x ?

1999-09-30 Thread Tony Dancer
On 30 Sep, Alexander Wollmann wrote: Hi everybody! I´m very happy to hear that LyX 1.0.4 is out! I use RedHat 5.x, but all the rpm´s are compiled for RedHat 6.0. Can anyone tell me in a few words how to make a rpm-file for my system? I have to compile the .src.rpm - file, right?

article class question

1999-09-30 Thread Tony Dancer
I have just installed the latest lyx version, and have a query which may (or probably is not) related to this. Does ams article class support 'Part' along with 'section' etc. Lyx would suggest it does, but when I latex the document, any 'Part' I have defined is shown in plain text. I assume

Re: how to make a rpm for 1.0.4 on RedHat 5.x ?

1999-09-30 Thread Tony Dancer
On 30 Sep, Alexander Wollmann wrote: Hi everybody! I´m very happy to hear that LyX 1.0.4 is out! I use RedHat 5.x, but all the rpm´s are compiled for RedHat 6.0. Can anyone tell me in a few words how to make a rpm-file for my system? I have to compile the .src.rpm - file, right?

article class question

1999-09-30 Thread Tony Dancer
I have just installed the latest lyx version, and have a query which may (or probably is not) related to this. Does ams article class support 'Part' along with 'section' etc. Lyx would suggest it does, but when I latex the document, any 'Part' I have defined is shown in plain text. I assume

Re: how to make a rpm for 1.0.4 on RedHat 5.x ?

1999-09-30 Thread Tony Dancer
On 30 Sep, Alexander Wollmann wrote: > Hi everybody! > > I´m very happy to hear that LyX 1.0.4 is out! I use RedHat 5.x, but all the > rpm´s are compiled for RedHat 6.0. > > Can anyone tell me in a few words how to make a rpm-file for my system? I have > to compile the .src.rpm - file, right?

article class question

1999-09-30 Thread Tony Dancer
I have just installed the latest lyx version, and have a query which may (or probably is not) related to this. Does ams article class support 'Part' along with 'section' etc. Lyx would suggest it does, but when I latex the document, any 'Part' I have defined is shown in plain text. I assume

bibtex files

1999-09-11 Thread Tony Dancer
I know this one has been asked before, but I can't recall what the answer was, and can't find the answer in the archive. I need to use more than one .bib file with my thesis, and so need to include them both in the bibtex reference box. At present one of these is a @strings file, and is needed

bibtex files

1999-09-11 Thread Tony Dancer
I know this one has been asked before, but I can't recall what the answer was, and can't find the answer in the archive. I need to use more than one .bib file with my thesis, and so need to include them both in the bibtex reference box. At present one of these is a @strings file, and is needed

bibtex files

1999-09-11 Thread Tony Dancer
I know this one has been asked before, but I can't recall what the answer was, and can't find the answer in the archive. I need to use more than one .bib file with my thesis, and so need to include them both in the bibtex reference box. At present one of these is a @strings file, and is needed

section-names in headers?

1999-08-24 Thread Tony Dancer
I am using AMS srticle format, and thanks to some help from the group already have made some configuration changes to the section/subsection etc formats. A look through the mail archive suggests I would be better off using amsbook, but this is a paper, not a book, so the formatting on other stuff

section-names in headers?

1999-08-24 Thread Tony Dancer
I am using AMS srticle format, and thanks to some help from the group already have made some configuration changes to the section/subsection etc formats. A look through the mail archive suggests I would be better off using amsbook, but this is a paper, not a book, so the formatting on other stuff

section-names in headers?

1999-08-24 Thread Tony Dancer
I am using AMS srticle format, and thanks to some help from the group already have made some configuration changes to the section/subsection etc formats. A look through the mail archive suggests I would be better off using amsbook, but this is a paper, not a book, so the formatting on other stuff

subtitle?

1999-08-23 Thread Tony Dancer
I have a paper with a short title and a subtitle, but there is no defined style for 'subtitle'. Can someone point me in the direction for defining one (I am using AMS Article). As with my previous query, would some preabmle do the job? Thanks Tony

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