Re: Gothic style fonts in LyX/MikTeX

2018-08-26 Thread Will Parsons
On Sunday, 26 Aug 2018 12:34 PM -0400, Ricardo Berlasso wrote: > --d9d04105745930f6 > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8" > Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable > > El dom., 26 ago. 2018 a las 16:58, Cris Fuhrman () > escribi=C3=B3: > >> Hello, >> >> For a project, I

disabling coloured change highlights with change bars

2017-02-01 Thread Will Parsons
I'd like to produce a document that shows changes from the previous revision using changebars. I've imported the "Change bars" module, enabled change tracking, and everything works, but the changed text is highlighted in blue in addition to being indicated by the change bars. Since the change

Re: Unable to find class files

2015-09-17 Thread Will Parsons
On Thursday, 17 Sep 2015 10:06 AM -0400, Richard Heck wrote: > On 09/16/2015 02:49 PM, Will Parsons wrote: >> On Wednesday, 16 Sep 2015 12:31 PM -0400, Richard Heck wrote: >>> On 09/16/2015 10:18 AM, Will Parsons wrote: >>>> I had a working installation of LyX un

[SOLVED] Re: Unable to find class files

2015-09-17 Thread Will Parsons
On Thursday, 17 Sep 2015 6:56 PM -0400, Richard Heck wrote: > On 09/17/2015 03:11 PM, Will Parsons wrote: >> No: >> >> % kpsewhich article.cls >> % echo $? >> 1 > > Then there is something seriously wrong with your LaTeX installation: > kpsewhich is a

Unable to find class files

2015-09-16 Thread Will Parsons
I had a working installation of LyX under FreeBSD, but at some point fairly recently (I'm not sure the exact circumstances), my LyX installation can't produce PDF files anymore because (almost) all document classes are marked unavailable. Googling has been no help - the common recommendations of

Re: Unable to find class files

2015-09-16 Thread Will Parsons
On Wednesday, 16 Sep 2015 12:31 PM -0400, Richard Heck wrote: > On 09/16/2015 10:18 AM, Will Parsons wrote: >> I had a working installation of LyX under FreeBSD, but at some point >> fairly recently (I'm not sure the exact circumstances), my LyX >> installation can't prod

Re: adjust maximum nesting level for lists

2015-07-23 Thread Will Parsons
On Wednesday, 22 Jul 2015 8:01 PM -0400, Helge Hafting wrote: Den 22. juli 2015 22:17, skrev Will Parsons: I've got a document (article class) that gives me an error on trying to export to PDF if the itemized list nesting level is greater than 4. Is there a way of increasing that? Itemize

Re: adjust maximum nesting level for lists

2015-07-23 Thread Will Parsons
On Wednesday, 22 Jul 2015 8:01 PM -0400, Helge Hafting wrote: Den 22. juli 2015 22:17, skrev Will Parsons: I've got a document (article class) that gives me an error on trying to export to PDF if the itemized list nesting level is greater than 4. Is there a way of increasing that? Itemize

Re: adjust maximum nesting level for lists

2015-07-23 Thread Will Parsons
On Wednesday, 22 Jul 2015 8:01 PM -0400, Helge Hafting wrote: > > > Den 22. juli 2015 22:17, skrev Will Parsons: >> I've got a document (article class) that gives me an error on trying >> to export to PDF if the itemized list nesting level is greater than 4. >> I

adjust maximum nesting level for lists

2015-07-22 Thread Will Parsons
I've got a document (article class) that gives me an error on trying to export to PDF if the itemized list nesting level is greater than 4. Is there a way of increasing that? -- Will

adjust maximum nesting level for lists

2015-07-22 Thread Will Parsons
I've got a document (article class) that gives me an error on trying to export to PDF if the itemized list nesting level is greater than 4. Is there a way of increasing that? -- Will

adjust maximum nesting level for lists

2015-07-22 Thread Will Parsons
I've got a document (article class) that gives me an error on trying to export to PDF if the itemized list nesting level is greater than 4. Is there a way of increasing that? -- Will

Re: indicating keyboard keys

2014-12-13 Thread Will Parsons
Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Am Samstag 13 Dezember 2014, 01:07:59 schrieb Will Parsons: I'm writing a user manual for a program that I've written in which I want to describe keyboard key usage. What I've been doing is using square brackets, e.g. [Enter] to designate the keys, but would ideally

Re: indicating keyboard keys

2014-12-13 Thread Will Parsons
Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Am Samstag 13 Dezember 2014, 01:07:59 schrieb Will Parsons: I'm writing a user manual for a program that I've written in which I want to describe keyboard key usage. What I've been doing is using square brackets, e.g. [Enter] to designate the keys, but would ideally

Re: indicating keyboard keys

2014-12-13 Thread Will Parsons
Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: > Am Samstag 13 Dezember 2014, 01:07:59 schrieb Will Parsons: >> I'm writing a user manual for a program that I've written in which I >> want to describe keyboard key usage. What I've been doing is using >> square brackets, e.g. "[Enter]" t

indicating keyboard keys

2014-12-12 Thread Will Parsons
I'm writing a user manual for a program that I've written in which I want to describe keyboard key usage. What I've been doing is using square brackets, e.g. [Enter] to designate the keys, but would ideally like to use something like having the word Enter in a box (or something similar). I

indicating keyboard keys

2014-12-12 Thread Will Parsons
I'm writing a user manual for a program that I've written in which I want to describe keyboard key usage. What I've been doing is using square brackets, e.g. [Enter] to designate the keys, but would ideally like to use something like having the word Enter in a box (or something similar). I

indicating keyboard keys

2014-12-12 Thread Will Parsons
I'm writing a user manual for a program that I've written in which I want to describe keyboard key usage. What I've been doing is using square brackets, e.g. "[Enter]" to designate the keys, but would ideally like to use something like having the word "Enter" in a box (or something similar). I

Re: Cannot Register any file using RCS

2014-10-08 Thread Will Parsons
Steven Cobden wrote: Hi, I am trying to use the version control included with LyX. I cannot find much in the way of documentation. Anyway, I have tried to Register the document and I get the error Some problem occured while running the command: 'ci - q -u -i - etc I don't use RCS

Re: Cannot Register any file using RCS

2014-10-08 Thread Will Parsons
Steven Cobden wrote: Hi, I am trying to use the version control included with LyX. I cannot find much in the way of documentation. Anyway, I have tried to Register the document and I get the error Some problem occured while running the command: 'ci - q -u -i - etc I don't use RCS

Re: Cannot "Register" any file using RCS

2014-10-08 Thread Will Parsons
Steven Cobden wrote: > Hi, > > I am trying to use the version control included with LyX. I cannot find > much in the way of documentation. > > Anyway, I have tried to "Register" the document and I get the error > > "Some problem occured while running the command: 'ci - q -u -i - etc" I don't

Re: LyX on PC-BSD?

2014-09-23 Thread Will Parsons
Steve Litt wrote: Hi all, I installed LyX on PC-BSD and it errors out that I don't have article.cls. I have a feeling that PC-BSD has much fewer depends than most Linuxes. Is anyone running LyX on PC-BSD, and if so, what tips can you give me? I'm running LyX on standard FreeBSD, so I don't

Re: LyX on PC-BSD?

2014-09-23 Thread Will Parsons
Steve Litt wrote: Hi all, I installed LyX on PC-BSD and it errors out that I don't have article.cls. I have a feeling that PC-BSD has much fewer depends than most Linuxes. Is anyone running LyX on PC-BSD, and if so, what tips can you give me? I'm running LyX on standard FreeBSD, so I don't

Re: LyX on PC-BSD?

2014-09-23 Thread Will Parsons
Steve Litt wrote: > Hi all, > > I installed LyX on PC-BSD and it errors out that I don't have > article.cls. I have a feeling that PC-BSD has much fewer depends than > most Linuxes. Is anyone running LyX on PC-BSD, and if so, what tips can > you give me? I'm running LyX on standard FreeBSD, so I

Re: defective rendering of table in PDF

2014-08-07 Thread Will Parsons
Enrico Forestieri wrote: Will Parsons writes: Scott Kostyshak wrote: Hi Will, Thanks for the report. This does indeed seem like a LyX bug. Borders are tricky to get right. Can you write instructions for how to reproduce the table? Did you do it in LyX or did you import a .tex

Re: defective rendering of table in PDF

2014-08-07 Thread Will Parsons
Enrico Forestieri wrote: Will Parsons writes: Scott Kostyshak wrote: Hi Will, Thanks for the report. This does indeed seem like a LyX bug. Borders are tricky to get right. Can you write instructions for how to reproduce the table? Did you do it in LyX or did you import a .tex

Re: defective rendering of table in PDF

2014-08-07 Thread Will Parsons
Enrico Forestieri wrote: > Will Parsons writes: >> >> Scott Kostyshak wrote: >> > >> > Hi Will, >> > >> > Thanks for the report. This does indeed seem like a LyX bug. Borders >> > are tricky to get right. Can you write instructions for

Re: defective rendering of table in PDF

2014-08-04 Thread Will Parsons
Scott Kostyshak wrote: On Sat, Aug 2, 2014 at 4:11 PM, Will Parsons varro@nodomain.invalid wrote: A document that I'm writing contains a table that gets improperly rendered when converted to PDF, i.e., some of the cell border lines are incomplete - they do not extend to the full width

Re: defective rendering of table in PDF

2014-08-04 Thread Will Parsons
Scott Kostyshak wrote: On Sat, Aug 2, 2014 at 4:11 PM, Will Parsons varro@nodomain.invalid wrote: A document that I'm writing contains a table that gets improperly rendered when converted to PDF, i.e., some of the cell border lines are incomplete - they do not extend to the full width

Re: defective rendering of table in PDF

2014-08-04 Thread Will Parsons
Scott Kostyshak wrote: > On Sat, Aug 2, 2014 at 4:11 PM, Will Parsons <varro@nodomain.invalid> wrote: >> A document that I'm writing contains a table that gets improperly >> rendered when converted to PDF, i.e., some of the cell border lines >> are incomplete - they do n

Re: problem getting non-Latin symbols in PDF

2014-07-24 Thread Will Parsons
Scott Kostyshak wrote: On Thu, Jul 24, 2014 at 12:09 PM, Guenter Milde mi...@users.sf.net wrote: On 2014-07-23, Scott Kostyshak wrote: On Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 5:18 AM, Guenter Milde mi...@users.sf.net wrote: The easiest way should be to use XeTeX or LuaTeX convertes. In DocumentSettingsFonts

Re: problem getting non-Latin symbols in PDF

2014-07-24 Thread Will Parsons
Guenter Milde wrote: On 2014-07-23, Will Parsons wrote: Guenter Milde wrote: On 2014-07-22, Will Parsons wrote: Thanks - this looks promising. I'll just have to find out what fonts support all my characters. Is there a good way to do that short of trying them one-by-one? As non-TeX

Re: problem getting non-Latin symbols in PDF

2014-07-24 Thread Will Parsons
Scott Kostyshak wrote: On Thu, Jul 24, 2014 at 12:09 PM, Guenter Milde mi...@users.sf.net wrote: On 2014-07-23, Scott Kostyshak wrote: On Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 5:18 AM, Guenter Milde mi...@users.sf.net wrote: The easiest way should be to use XeTeX or LuaTeX convertes. In DocumentSettingsFonts

Re: problem getting non-Latin symbols in PDF

2014-07-24 Thread Will Parsons
Guenter Milde wrote: On 2014-07-23, Will Parsons wrote: Guenter Milde wrote: On 2014-07-22, Will Parsons wrote: Thanks - this looks promising. I'll just have to find out what fonts support all my characters. Is there a good way to do that short of trying them one-by-one? As non-TeX

Re: problem getting non-Latin symbols in PDF

2014-07-24 Thread Will Parsons
Scott Kostyshak wrote: > On Thu, Jul 24, 2014 at 12:09 PM, Guenter Milde wrote: >> On 2014-07-23, Scott Kostyshak wrote: >>> On Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 5:18 AM, Guenter Milde wrote: The easiest way should be to use XeTeX or LuaTeX convertes. In

Re: problem getting non-Latin symbols in PDF

2014-07-24 Thread Will Parsons
Guenter Milde wrote: > On 2014-07-23, Will Parsons wrote: >> Guenter Milde wrote: >>> On 2014-07-22, Will Parsons wrote: > >> Thanks - this looks promising. I'll just have to find out what fonts >> support all my characters. Is there a good way to do that s

Re: problem getting non-Latin symbols in PDF

2014-07-23 Thread Will Parsons
Guenter Milde wrote: On 2014-07-22, Will Parsons wrote: I'm writing an article that will contain IPA and various non-Latin alphabetic characters in it. Eveything went well inserting IPA and Greek letters into the PDF, but when I tried to add Hebrew letters, I get an error when trying

Re: problem getting non-Latin symbols in PDF

2014-07-23 Thread Will Parsons
Guenter Milde wrote: On 2014-07-22, Will Parsons wrote: I'm writing an article that will contain IPA and various non-Latin alphabetic characters in it. Eveything went well inserting IPA and Greek letters into the PDF, but when I tried to add Hebrew letters, I get an error when trying

Re: problem getting non-Latin symbols in PDF

2014-07-23 Thread Will Parsons
Guenter Milde wrote: > On 2014-07-22, Will Parsons wrote: >> I'm writing an article that will contain IPA and various non-Latin >> alphabetic characters in it. Eveything went well inserting IPA and Greek >> letters into the PDF, but when I tried to add Hebrew letters, I

problem getting non-Latin symbols in PDF

2014-07-22 Thread Will Parsons
I'm writing an article that will contain IPA and various non-Latin alphabetic characters in it. Eveything went well inserting IPA and Greek letters into the PDF, but when I tried to add Hebrew letters, I get an error when trying to export to PDF: Could not find LaTeX command for character 'א'

problem getting non-Latin symbols in PDF

2014-07-22 Thread Will Parsons
I'm writing an article that will contain IPA and various non-Latin alphabetic characters in it. Eveything went well inserting IPA and Greek letters into the PDF, but when I tried to add Hebrew letters, I get an error when trying to export to PDF: Could not find LaTeX command for character 'א'

problem getting non-Latin symbols in PDF

2014-07-22 Thread Will Parsons
I'm writing an article that will contain IPA and various non-Latin alphabetic characters in it. Eveything went well inserting IPA and Greek letters into the PDF, but when I tried to add Hebrew letters, I get an error when trying to export to PDF: Could not find LaTeX command for character 'א'

date format

2014-07-16 Thread Will Parsons
In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert = Date], which looks like it might be what I want (does it update when I save the document again?), but the format is 07/16/14, which is a common format for North America (which

Re: date format

2014-07-16 Thread Will Parsons
Will Parsons wrote: In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert = Date], which looks like it might be what I want (does it update when I save the document again?), but the format is 07/16/14, which is a common format

date format

2014-07-16 Thread Will Parsons
In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert = Date], which looks like it might be what I want (does it update when I save the document again?), but the format is 07/16/14, which is a common format for North America (which

Re: date format

2014-07-16 Thread Will Parsons
Will Parsons wrote: In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert = Date], which looks like it might be what I want (does it update when I save the document again?), but the format is 07/16/14, which is a common format

date format

2014-07-16 Thread Will Parsons
In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert => Date], which looks like it might be what I want (does it update when I save the document again?), but the format is "07/16/14", which is a common format for North America

Re: date format

2014-07-16 Thread Will Parsons
Will Parsons wrote: > In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last > edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert => Date], which looks > like it might be what I want (does it update when I save the document > again?), but the format is "07/16/14

Re: multiple paragraphs in a table cell

2014-07-15 Thread Will Parsons
Scott Kostyshak wrote: On Sat, Jul 12, 2014 at 5:30 PM, Will Parsons varro@nodomain.invalid wrote: I have a table in which I wish some cells to contain multiple paragraphs. I can apparently create separate paragraphs by the normal method of hitting Enter, at least as far as it appears within

Re: multiple paragraphs in a table cell

2014-07-15 Thread Will Parsons
Scott Kostyshak wrote: On Tue, Jul 15, 2014 at 3:28 PM, Will Parsons varro@nodomain.invalid wrote: Thanks, that seems to have partially solved the problem. Partially, because although I can now export to PDF without an error, the paragraphs are not separated by a space as they are in the main

Re: multiple paragraphs in a table cell

2014-07-15 Thread Will Parsons
Enrico Forestieri wrote: Scott Kostyshak writes: Another idea is to use a minipage. Go to Insert Box Frameless. Then try putting vertical space in (Insert Formatting Vertical Space). No, this will not work because in a tabular environment \parskip is reset (actually, even \par is

Re: multiple paragraphs in a table cell

2014-07-15 Thread Will Parsons
Scott Kostyshak wrote: On Sat, Jul 12, 2014 at 5:30 PM, Will Parsons varro@nodomain.invalid wrote: I have a table in which I wish some cells to contain multiple paragraphs. I can apparently create separate paragraphs by the normal method of hitting Enter, at least as far as it appears within

Re: multiple paragraphs in a table cell

2014-07-15 Thread Will Parsons
Scott Kostyshak wrote: On Tue, Jul 15, 2014 at 3:28 PM, Will Parsons varro@nodomain.invalid wrote: Thanks, that seems to have partially solved the problem. Partially, because although I can now export to PDF without an error, the paragraphs are not separated by a space as they are in the main

Re: multiple paragraphs in a table cell

2014-07-15 Thread Will Parsons
Enrico Forestieri wrote: Scott Kostyshak writes: Another idea is to use a minipage. Go to Insert Box Frameless. Then try putting vertical space in (Insert Formatting Vertical Space). No, this will not work because in a tabular environment \parskip is reset (actually, even \par is

Re: multiple paragraphs in a table cell

2014-07-15 Thread Will Parsons
Scott Kostyshak wrote: > On Sat, Jul 12, 2014 at 5:30 PM, Will Parsons <varro@nodomain.invalid> wrote: >> I have a table in which I wish some cells to contain multiple >> paragraphs. I can apparently create separate paragraphs by the normal >> method of hit

Re: multiple paragraphs in a table cell

2014-07-15 Thread Will Parsons
Scott Kostyshak wrote: > On Tue, Jul 15, 2014 at 3:28 PM, Will Parsons <varro@nodomain.invalid> wrote: >> Thanks, that seems to have partially solved the problem. Partially, >> because although I can now export to PDF without an error, the >> paragraphs a

Re: multiple paragraphs in a table cell

2014-07-15 Thread Will Parsons
Enrico Forestieri wrote: > Scott Kostyshak writes: >> >> Another idea is to use a minipage. Go to Insert > Box > Frameless. >> Then try putting vertical space in (Insert > Formatting > Vertical >> Space). > > No, this will not work because in a tabular environment \parskip is > reset (actually,

multiple paragraphs in a table cell

2014-07-14 Thread Will Parsons
I have a table in which I wish some cells to contain multiple paragraphs. I can apparently create separate paragraphs by the normal method of hitting Enter, at least as far as it appears within LyX, but when I attempt to export to PDF I get a series of errors beginning with: Paragraph ended

multiple paragraphs in a table cell

2014-07-14 Thread Will Parsons
I have a table in which I wish some cells to contain multiple paragraphs. I can apparently create separate paragraphs by the normal method of hitting Enter, at least as far as it appears within LyX, but when I attempt to export to PDF I get a series of errors beginning with: Paragraph ended

multiple paragraphs in a table cell

2014-07-14 Thread Will Parsons
I have a table in which I wish some cells to contain multiple paragraphs. I can apparently create separate paragraphs by the normal method of hitting Enter, at least as far as it appears within LyX, but when I attempt to export to PDF I get a series of errors beginning with: Paragraph ended