Re: something wrong with biblatex

2009-10-25 Thread cmiramon
sara teinturier wrote: Thanks for your answer! Indeed, there are some warning in the Latex log, but I don't understand what I have to do with them. The log file is attached... Thanks! S. It is difficult to debug without your bib file. The main problem seems to be that there is a need for

Re: something wrong with biblatex

2009-10-25 Thread cmiramon
sara teinturier wrote: Thanks for your answer! Indeed, there are some warning in the Latex log, but I don't understand what I have to do with them. The log file is attached... Thanks! S. It is difficult to debug without your bib file. The main problem seems to be that there is a need for

Re: something wrong with biblatex

2009-10-25 Thread cmiramon
sara teinturier wrote: > > > Thanks for your answer! Indeed, there are some "warning" in the Latex log, > but I don't understand what I have to do with them. The log file is > attached... Thanks! S. It is difficult to debug without your bib file. The main problem seems to be that there is a

Re: defining custom font size and indentation

2009-07-03 Thread cmiramon
Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Seems to be a bug in the hanging package. I don't have another idea than inserting a vertical space. Or you could try to switch to komascript book. In my experience koma works much better when you start to tweak stuff (fonts, etc.) than the simple book class. You

Re: defining custom font size and indentation

2009-07-03 Thread cmiramon
Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Seems to be a bug in the hanging package. I don't have another idea than inserting a vertical space. Or you could try to switch to komascript book. In my experience koma works much better when you start to tweak stuff (fonts, etc.) than the simple book class. You

Re: defining custom font size and indentation

2009-07-03 Thread cmiramon
Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: > > Seems to be a bug in the hanging package. I don't have another idea than > inserting a vertical space. > Or you could try to switch to komascript book. In my experience koma works much better when you start to tweak stuff (fonts, etc.) than the simple book class.

Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-25 Thread cmiramon
Marcelo Reis wrote: I tried A LOT of styles, and finally I was able to find one that I thought that meet my needs.it is the ALIKE2 style. I can't find anything called alike2.bst. Are you using natbib ? I'm in this problem for weeks and I'm really tired of it, I would appreciate a LOT if

Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-25 Thread cmiramon
Marcelo Reis wrote: I tried A LOT of styles, and finally I was able to find one that I thought that meet my needs.it is the ALIKE2 style. I can't find anything called alike2.bst. Are you using natbib ? I'm in this problem for weeks and I'm really tired of it, I would appreciate a LOT if

Re: Bibliography Is really complex , or it is a bug

2009-05-25 Thread cmiramon
Marcelo Reis wrote: > I tried A LOT of styles, and finally I was able to find one that I > thought that meet my needs.it is the ALIKE2 style. I can't find anything called alike2.bst. Are you using natbib ? > I'm in this problem for weeks and I'm really tired of it, I would > appreciate a LOT if

Re: OT: Pointers on how to create symbols

2009-05-03 Thread cmiramon
Stefano Franchi wrote: Dear Lyxers, I realize this is way off-topic, but there is so much expertise on this list, I thought I could ask anyway. I need to create a few idiosyncratic symbols (three, to be exact) and my efforts to produce them by superimposing existing glyphs with TeX low

Re: OT: Pointers on how to create symbols

2009-05-03 Thread cmiramon
Stefano Franchi wrote: Dear Lyxers, I realize this is way off-topic, but there is so much expertise on this list, I thought I could ask anyway. I need to create a few idiosyncratic symbols (three, to be exact) and my efforts to produce them by superimposing existing glyphs with TeX low

Re: OT: Pointers on how to create symbols

2009-05-03 Thread cmiramon
Stefano Franchi wrote: > Dear Lyxers, > > I realize this is way off-topic, but there is so much expertise on this > list, I thought I could ask anyway. > > I need to create a few idiosyncratic symbols (three, to be exact) and my > efforts to produce them by superimposing existing glyphs with

Re: Query about formatting reverse-line text

2009-05-02 Thread cmiramon
Frederick Noronha [??? ???] wrote: Dear all on this very helpful Lyx list: I'm trying to format some information with alternative lines reverse, as follows: http://www.flickr.com/photos/fn-goa/3495151790/sizes/o/ The above was done in Inkscape, since I couldn't get the desired

Re: Query about formatting reverse-line text

2009-05-02 Thread cmiramon
Frederick Noronha [??? ???] wrote: Dear all on this very helpful Lyx list: I'm trying to format some information with alternative lines reverse, as follows: http://www.flickr.com/photos/fn-goa/3495151790/sizes/o/ The above was done in Inkscape, since I couldn't get the desired

Re: Query about formatting reverse-line text

2009-05-02 Thread cmiramon
Frederick Noronha [??? ???] wrote: > Dear all on this very helpful Lyx list: > > I'm trying to format some information with alternative lines reverse, > as follows: > http://www.flickr.com/photos/fn-goa/3495151790/sizes/o/ > > The above was done in Inkscape, since I couldn't get the

Re: Question on \setkomafont{}{}

2009-04-18 Thread cmiramon
Bob Lounsbury wrote: From the KOMA-script doc I see that I can use the \setkomafont{element}{command} directive to change the typeface for specific document elements. Rather than the san-serif font for the title and section heads, I prefer to use the default body text typeface of

Re: JurabibMLA

2009-04-18 Thread cmiramon
Tim Smeilus wrote: hi all, I need to write an assignment for college and I need it in MLA format. I just can't figure out how to make lyx use that format. All research over the net didn't help my out yet. I would be glad about all helpful response. thnx Tim Smeilus Biblatex-mla is, I

Re: Question on \setkomafont{}{}

2009-04-18 Thread cmiramon
Bob Lounsbury wrote: From the KOMA-script doc I see that I can use the \setkomafont{element}{command} directive to change the typeface for specific document elements. Rather than the san-serif font for the title and section heads, I prefer to use the default body text typeface of

Re: JurabibMLA

2009-04-18 Thread cmiramon
Tim Smeilus wrote: hi all, I need to write an assignment for college and I need it in MLA format. I just can't figure out how to make lyx use that format. All research over the net didn't help my out yet. I would be glad about all helpful response. thnx Tim Smeilus Biblatex-mla is, I

Re: Question on \setkomafont{}{}

2009-04-18 Thread cmiramon
Bob Lounsbury wrote: >> From the KOMA-script doc I see that I can use the >> \setkomafont{element}{command} directive to change the typeface for >> specific >> document elements. >> >> Rather than the san-serif font for the title and section heads, I prefer >> to use the default body text

Re: JurabibMLA

2009-04-18 Thread cmiramon
Tim Smeilus wrote: > hi all, > > I need to write an assignment for college and I need it in MLA format. I > just can't figure out how to make lyx use that format. All research over > the net didn't help my out yet. > I would be glad about all helpful response. > > thnx Tim Smeilus Biblatex-mla

Re: Border table in footer possible?

2009-04-07 Thread cmiramon
John Mok wrote: Hi, I am preparing a user manual with a table footer (repeating on each page). The footer is a border table which contains a company logo, page numbers and others. I checked the documentation and found no clue how to do that. I hope someone could help and advise how to

Re: Border table in footer possible?

2009-04-07 Thread cmiramon
John Mok wrote: Hi, I am preparing a user manual with a table footer (repeating on each page). The footer is a border table which contains a company logo, page numbers and others. I checked the documentation and found no clue how to do that. I hope someone could help and advise how to

Re: Border table in footer possible?

2009-04-07 Thread cmiramon
John Mok wrote: > Hi, > > I am preparing a user manual with a table footer (repeating on each > page). The footer is a border table which contains a company logo, page > numbers and others. I checked the documentation and found no clue how to > do that. > > I hope someone could help and advise

Re: MS Word to LyX

2009-01-26 Thread cmiramon
Anders Host-Madsen wrote: I tried to install open office (neo office). It does convert to LaTeX. But the issue is that it seems the philosophy in the OO converter is to make the typeset LaTeX document look like the OO document, rather than conveying the meaning/contents of the document --

Re: MS Word to LyX

2009-01-26 Thread cmiramon
Anders Host-Madsen wrote: I tried to install open office (neo office). It does convert to LaTeX. But the issue is that it seems the philosophy in the OO converter is to make the typeset LaTeX document look like the OO document, rather than conveying the meaning/contents of the document --

Re: MS Word to LyX

2009-01-26 Thread cmiramon
Anders Host-Madsen wrote: > I tried to install open office (neo office). It does convert to LaTeX. > But the issue is that it seems the philosophy in the OO converter is to > make the typeset > LaTeX document look like the OO document, rather than conveying the > meaning/contents > of the

Re: Fontsize of margins | report-class (KOMA-script) | Lyx 1.6.1

2009-01-10 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: Hello, I would like to change the fontsize of margins and, if possible, also other attributes in report-class (KOMA-script): I would like to have them a little smaller, left adjusted, and without serifs. Is the same also possible for citations, there I would like to

Re: Fontsize of margins | report-class (KOMA-script) | Lyx 1.6.1

2009-01-10 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: Hello, I would like to change the fontsize of margins and, if possible, also other attributes in report-class (KOMA-script): I would like to have them a little smaller, left adjusted, and without serifs. Is the same also possible for citations, there I would like to

Re: Fontsize of margins | report-class (KOMA-script) | Lyx 1.6.1

2009-01-10 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: > Hello, > > I would like to change the fontsize of margins and, if possible, also > other attributes in report-class (KOMA-script): > I would like to have them a little smaller, left adjusted, and without > serifs. > > Is the same also possible for citations, there I would like

Re: Is Lyx suitable for me?

2009-01-08 Thread cmiramon
Panos Katergiathis wrote: Hello all I am about to author and prepare a book on photography, which is bound to have many... well, photos :). I will hopefully be using Lyx on an Intel-based Mac and i am wondering about two features (that is, if they are available or not): If you have a lot

Re: Is Lyx suitable for me?

2009-01-08 Thread cmiramon
Panos Katergiathis wrote: Hello all I am about to author and prepare a book on photography, which is bound to have many... well, photos :). I will hopefully be using Lyx on an Intel-based Mac and i am wondering about two features (that is, if they are available or not): If you have a lot

Re: Is Lyx suitable for me?

2009-01-08 Thread cmiramon
Panos Katergiathis wrote: > Hello all > > I am about to author and prepare a book on photography, which is bound > to have many... well, photos :). > I will hopefully be using Lyx on an Intel-based Mac and i am wondering > about two features (that is, if they are available or not): If you have

Re: biblatex for Lyx 1.6.1, OSX

2009-01-04 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: Thank you. The problem is, that Lyx still produces errors. What could be the problem then? This is the error-message: error: LaTeX Error: File `biblatex.sty' not found. Did you install biblatex on your computer ? If not and you are using MacTeX follow the instructions

Re: biblatex for Lyx 1.6.1, OSX

2009-01-04 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: error: LaTeX Error: File `biblatex.sty' not found. Did you install biblatex on your computer ? If not and you are using MacTeX follow the instructions here : http://www.1984produkts.com/donkeyhottie/archives/2008/05/11/mla-bibliographies-in-mactex/ Thanks ? I assumed

Re: biblatex for Lyx 1.6.1, OSX

2009-01-04 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: Thank you. The problem is, that Lyx still produces errors. What could be the problem then? This is the error-message: error: LaTeX Error: File `biblatex.sty' not found. Did you install biblatex on your computer ? If not and you are using MacTeX follow the instructions

Re: biblatex for Lyx 1.6.1, OSX

2009-01-04 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: error: LaTeX Error: File `biblatex.sty' not found. Did you install biblatex on your computer ? If not and you are using MacTeX follow the instructions here : http://www.1984produkts.com/donkeyhottie/archives/2008/05/11/mla-bibliographies-in-mactex/ Thanks ? I assumed

Re: biblatex for Lyx 1.6.1, OSX

2009-01-04 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: > Thank you. The problem is, that Lyx still produces errors. What could > be the problem then? > This is the error-message: > > error: > LaTeX Error: File `biblatex.sty' not found. > Did you install biblatex on your computer ? If not and you are using MacTeX follow the

Re: biblatex for Lyx 1.6.1, OSX

2009-01-04 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: >>> error: >>> LaTeX Error: File `biblatex.sty' not found. >>> >> >> Did you install biblatex on your computer ? >> >> If not and you are using MacTeX follow the instructions here : >> >> http://www.1984produkts.com/donkeyhottie/archives/2008/05/11/mla-bibliographies-in-mactex/ >

Re: Ligation in report(komascript)-class

2009-01-03 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: As far as I understand, this function removes ligations. I want to add a ligaton, which works automatically for many letters, but not for the french »Oeuvre«. I tried to enter the ligature break anyway, but nothing changed, still no ligation. Best* Jess You have to

Re: Ligation in report(komascript)-class

2009-01-03 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: As far as I understand, this function removes ligations. I want to add a ligaton, which works automatically for many letters, but not for the french »Oeuvre«. I tried to enter the ligature break anyway, but nothing changed, still no ligation. Best* Jess You have to

Re: Ligation in report(komascript)-class

2009-01-03 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: > As far as I understand, this function removes ligations. I want to add a > ligaton, which works automatically for many letters, but not for the > french »Oeuvre«. I tried to enter the ligature break anyway, but nothing > changed, still no ligation. > > Best* > Jess > You have

Re: configuring jurabib

2008-12-29 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: Thank you, so I don?t need to try to get it working. Would you really recommend to use biblatex? Is it stable and does it provide german terms also? Seems a lot of work an I even don?t get the first (pre-)step done. In the wiki I find the following sentence: Yes. Having

Re: configuring jurabib

2008-12-29 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: Thank you, so I don?t need to try to get it working. Would you really recommend to use biblatex? Is it stable and does it provide german terms also? Seems a lot of work an I even don?t get the first (pre-)step done. In the wiki I find the following sentence: Yes. Having

Re: configuring jurabib

2008-12-29 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: > Thank you, so I don?t need to try to get it working. > > Would you really recommend to use biblatex? Is it stable and does it > provide german terms also? Seems a lot of work an I even don?t get the > first (pre-)step done. In the wiki I find the following sentence: Yes.

Re: configuring jurabib

2008-12-28 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: Hello, I?m using Jurabib in a report-class-document and BibDesk. When I import references that have multiple authors, I get lines like this in the index: »Finscher, Ludwig; Hermann Danuser, Tobias Plebuch« instead I would like to have: »Finscher, Ludwig et. al« How

Re: configuring jurabib

2008-12-28 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: Hello, I?m using Jurabib in a report-class-document and BibDesk. When I import references that have multiple authors, I get lines like this in the index: »Finscher, Ludwig; Hermann Danuser, Tobias Plebuch« instead I would like to have: »Finscher, Ludwig et. al« How

Re: configuring jurabib

2008-12-28 Thread cmiramon
jezZiFeR wrote: > Hello, > > I?m using Jurabib in a report-class-document and BibDesk. When I > import references that have multiple authors, I get lines like this in > the index: > > »Finscher, Ludwig; Hermann Danuser, Tobias Plebuch« > instead I would like to have: > »Finscher, Ludwig et. al«

Re: avoiding indentation within footnotes and adding vertical space under headings

2008-11-16 Thread cmiramon
Nicolas Triart wrote: Dear All, I am currently finalising my PhD dissertation in Law. I'm using Lyx 1.6 on windows xp (no package yet for lyx 1.6 on my mandriva :-)) and would need some help. The class document I use is book (koma-script). The first think I would like to do is to to avoid

Re: avoiding indentation within footnotes and adding vertical space under headings

2008-11-16 Thread cmiramon
Nicolas Triart wrote: Dear All, I am currently finalising my PhD dissertation in Law. I'm using Lyx 1.6 on windows xp (no package yet for lyx 1.6 on my mandriva :-)) and would need some help. The class document I use is book (koma-script). The first think I would like to do is to to avoid

Re: avoiding indentation within footnotes and adding vertical space under headings

2008-11-16 Thread cmiramon
Nicolas Triart wrote: > Dear All, > > I am currently finalising my PhD dissertation in Law. I'm using Lyx 1.6 on > windows xp (no package yet for lyx 1.6 on my mandriva :-)) and would need > some help. > The class document I use is book (koma-script). The first think I would > like to do is to

Re: Can you suggest a good way to draw pictures with latex code?

2008-10-15 Thread cmiramon
Erez Yerushalmi wrote: Can anyone suggest a good drawing program? Can Beamer do this?? I haven't used it yet (I admit). If you want to draw / code technical drawings and plots try tikz / pgf. It will work well with beamer because both packages are done by the same author, Till Tantau.

Re: Setting two character styles at once

2008-10-15 Thread cmiramon
Michael Brown wrote: Greetings, I'm currently writing up a document and I'm trying to do something relatively simple (considering what else I've done :). I'd like to write text that is both in the typewriter face and bolded. Using LyX, what I end up with is:

Re: Can you suggest a good way to draw pictures with latex code?

2008-10-15 Thread cmiramon
Erez Yerushalmi wrote: Can anyone suggest a good drawing program? Can Beamer do this?? I haven't used it yet (I admit). If you want to draw / code technical drawings and plots try tikz / pgf. It will work well with beamer because both packages are done by the same author, Till Tantau.

Re: Setting two character styles at once

2008-10-15 Thread cmiramon
Michael Brown wrote: Greetings, I'm currently writing up a document and I'm trying to do something relatively simple (considering what else I've done :). I'd like to write text that is both in the typewriter face and bolded. Using LyX, what I end up with is:

Re: Can you suggest a good way to draw pictures with latex code?

2008-10-15 Thread cmiramon
Erez Yerushalmi wrote: > > Can anyone suggest a good drawing program? > Can Beamer do this?? I haven't used it yet (I admit). > If you want to draw / code technical drawings and plots try tikz / pgf. It will work well with beamer because both packages are done by the same author, Till Tantau.

Re: Setting two character styles at once

2008-10-15 Thread cmiramon
Michael Brown wrote: > Greetings, > > I'm currently writing up a document and I'm trying to do something > relatively simple (considering what else I've done :). > > I'd like to write text that is both in the typewriter face and bolded. > Using LyX, what I end up with is: > >

Re: Formatting in-text citations

2008-09-24 Thread cmiramon
Andrew Barr wrote: Hi Lyx Users, I am compiling a large annotated reading list for my PhD comprehensive qualifying exams. I want to use lyx because of the flawless integration with my large BibTeX database. However, all of the BibTeX style files that I have used previously have

Re: Formatting in-text citations

2008-09-24 Thread cmiramon
Andrew Barr wrote: Hi Lyx Users, I am compiling a large annotated reading list for my PhD comprehensive qualifying exams. I want to use lyx because of the flawless integration with my large BibTeX database. However, all of the BibTeX style files that I have used previously have

Re: Formatting in-text citations

2008-09-24 Thread cmiramon
Andrew Barr wrote: > Hi Lyx Users, > > I am compiling a large annotated reading list for my PhD comprehensive > qualifying exams. I want to use lyx because of the flawless integration > with my large BibTeX database. However, all of the BibTeX style files > that > I have used previously have

Re: Reprinted material

2008-09-03 Thread cmiramon
Julio Rojas wrote: Thank you all for your answers, they have been of great help. Still, the main technical question, the how do I do it in BibTeX, remains unanswered. Is there a Note or Previously Published field in BibTeX? How do I solve this problem using the available fields? There are

Re: Reprinted material

2008-09-03 Thread cmiramon
Julio Rojas wrote: Thank you all for your answers, they have been of great help. Still, the main technical question, the how do I do it in BibTeX, remains unanswered. Is there a Note or Previously Published field in BibTeX? How do I solve this problem using the available fields? There are

Re: Reprinted material

2008-09-03 Thread cmiramon
Julio Rojas wrote: > Thank you all for your answers, they have been of great help. Still, > the main technical question, the how do I do it in BibTeX, remains > unanswered. Is there a "Note" or "Previously Published" field in > BibTeX? How do I solve this problem using the available fields? >

Re: Converting msword to LyX is ugly!

2008-07-20 Thread cmiramon
Steve Litt wrote: It would have been wonderful. Unfortunately, writer2latex preserves the level class hierarchy (level1-part, level2-chapter, etc) but it dumps all my custom made classes and does its best to reproduce them with fine tuning. This is the second tool that's tried to do me the

Re: Converting msword to LyX is ugly!

2008-07-20 Thread cmiramon
Steve Litt wrote: It would have been wonderful. Unfortunately, writer2latex preserves the level class hierarchy (level1-part, level2-chapter, etc) but it dumps all my custom made classes and does its best to reproduce them with fine tuning. This is the second tool that's tried to do me the

Re: Converting msword to LyX is ugly!

2008-07-20 Thread cmiramon
Steve Litt wrote: > It would have been wonderful. Unfortunately, writer2latex preserves the > level class hierarchy (level1->part, level2->chapter, etc) but it dumps > all my custom made classes and does its best to reproduce them with fine > tuning. This is the second tool that's tried to do me

Re: Costumizing Koma script

2008-07-08 Thread cmiramon
Guillaume Larocque wrote: However, there are a few things I don't like about Koma-Script. First of all, I would like to have the word Chapter in front of Chapter numbers and titles and I would like to have the titles in Roman fonts. I would also like to have my table captions appear on top of

Re: Costumizing Koma script

2008-07-08 Thread cmiramon
Guillaume Larocque wrote: However, there are a few things I don't like about Koma-Script. First of all, I would like to have the word Chapter in front of Chapter numbers and titles and I would like to have the titles in Roman fonts. I would also like to have my table captions appear on top of

Re: Costumizing Koma script

2008-07-08 Thread cmiramon
Guillaume Larocque wrote: > However, there are a few things I don't like about Koma-Script. First > of all, I would like to have the word "Chapter" in front of Chapter > numbers and titles and I would like to have the titles in Roman fonts. > I would also like to have my table captions appear on

Re: where to find scientific journal layout-files

2008-07-03 Thread cmiramon
Maarten van Iterson wrote: Hello LyX-user, LyX is very handy in writing scientific documents. But now I have to submit an article to e.g. BioMed Central or another Bioinformatics Journal. Although most journal have LaTeX documentclass layout files are not provided. Does anyone know of a

Re: where to find scientific journal layout-files

2008-07-03 Thread cmiramon
Maarten van Iterson wrote: Hello LyX-user, LyX is very handy in writing scientific documents. But now I have to submit an article to e.g. BioMed Central or another Bioinformatics Journal. Although most journal have LaTeX documentclass layout files are not provided. Does anyone know of a

Re: where to find scientific journal layout-files

2008-07-03 Thread cmiramon
Maarten van Iterson wrote: > Hello LyX-user, > > LyX is very handy in writing scientific documents. > But now I have to submit an article to e.g. BioMed Central or another > Bioinformatics Journal. Although most journal have LaTeX documentclass > layout files are not provided. Does anyone know

Re: Sumatra PDF 0.8.1 (for Windows) w/ reload and tex integration now available

2008-06-03 Thread cmiramon
William Adams wrote: Not sure if the pdfsync functionality will work w/ LyX or no, but if it could be made to, that'd be fabulous. William Pdfsync seems to be replaced by synctex for the next version of XeTeX and pdfTex

Re: Sumatra PDF 0.8.1 (for Windows) w/ reload and tex integration now available

2008-06-03 Thread cmiramon
William Adams wrote: Not sure if the pdfsync functionality will work w/ LyX or no, but if it could be made to, that'd be fabulous. William Pdfsync seems to be replaced by synctex for the next version of XeTeX and pdfTex

Re: Sumatra PDF 0.8.1 (for Windows) w/ reload and tex integration now available

2008-06-03 Thread cmiramon
William Adams wrote: > > Not sure if the pdfsync functionality will work w/ LyX or no, but if > it could be made to, that'd be fabulous. > > William > Pdfsync seems to be replaced by synctex for the next version of XeTeX and pdfTex

Re: Google Docs to LaTeX

2008-04-20 Thread cmiramon
nodje wrote: I'm trying to use other converters by defining them through Preferences, but it wouldn't let me add one. How come? It sounds that I could have an HTML - LaTeX converter. What's your experience? What works best in terms of converting? I would try to export to ODF and then

Re: Google Docs to LaTeX

2008-04-20 Thread cmiramon
nodje wrote: I'm trying to use other converters by defining them through Preferences, but it wouldn't let me add one. How come? It sounds that I could have an HTML - LaTeX converter. What's your experience? What works best in terms of converting? I would try to export to ODF and then

Re: Google Docs to LaTeX

2008-04-20 Thread cmiramon
nodje wrote: > > I'm trying to use other converters by defining them through Preferences, > but it wouldn't let me add one. > How come? It sounds that I could have an HTML -> LaTeX converter. > > What's your experience? What works best in terms of converting? > I would try to export to ODF

Re: bibtex/makebst: address not shown in bibliography

2008-04-07 Thread cmiramon
Berthold Metz (PH-Freiburg) wrote: as document-class i use book (koma script), when i change to book the problem persists (was this your question?) No, I was asking what happens if you cite a book like \cite{SachsHombach:2003c} Are you using crossref or not ? yes, and the address exists

Re: bibtex/makebst: address not shown in bibliography

2008-04-07 Thread cmiramon
Berthold Metz (PH-Freiburg) wrote: as document-class i use book (koma script), when i change to book the problem persists (was this your question?) No, I was asking what happens if you cite a book like \cite{SachsHombach:2003c} Are you using crossref or not ? yes, and the address exists

Re: bibtex/makebst: address not shown in bibliography

2008-04-07 Thread cmiramon
Berthold Metz (PH-Freiburg) wrote: > as document-class i use book (koma script), when i change to book the > problem persists (was this your question?) > No, I was asking what happens if you cite a book like \cite{SachsHombach:2003c} > Are you using crossref or not ? > > yes, and the address

Re: Jurabib - changind fiels order

2008-04-06 Thread cmiramon
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi! I'm writing a thesis in medieval history. Nice to see, another medievalist using LyX. Right nom I'm dealing with the appearance of my bibliography. One thing I can't figure out: is it possible to change the order of the fields in the citations and

Re: bibtex/makebst: address not shown in bibliography

2008-04-06 Thread cmiramon
Berthold Metz (PH-Freiburg) wrote: hi, i am using natbib (author-year) with a style i created with makebst. i have 2 problems with my bibliography-list at the end of my article - perhaps somebody could help me out? 1. when referencing an article in an editorial work, the address of the

Re: Jurabib - changind fiels order

2008-04-06 Thread cmiramon
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi! I'm writing a thesis in medieval history. Nice to see, another medievalist using LyX. Right nom I'm dealing with the appearance of my bibliography. One thing I can't figure out: is it possible to change the order of the fields in the citations and

Re: bibtex/makebst: address not shown in bibliography

2008-04-06 Thread cmiramon
Berthold Metz (PH-Freiburg) wrote: hi, i am using natbib (author-year) with a style i created with makebst. i have 2 problems with my bibliography-list at the end of my article - perhaps somebody could help me out? 1. when referencing an article in an editorial work, the address of the

Re: Jurabib - changind fiels order

2008-04-06 Thread cmiramon
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > Hi! > > I'm writing a thesis in medieval history. Nice to see, another medievalist using LyX. > > Right nom I'm dealing with the appearance of my bibliography. > One thing I can't figure out: is it possible to change the order of the > fields in the citations and

Re: bibtex/makebst: address not shown in bibliography

2008-04-06 Thread cmiramon
Berthold Metz (PH-Freiburg) wrote: > hi, > > i am using natbib (author-year) with a style i created with makebst. > > i have 2 problems with my bibliography-list at the end of my article - > perhaps somebody could help me out? > > 1. when referencing an article in an editorial work, the

Re: BibLaTeX blues

2008-03-26 Thread cmiramon
Julio Rojas wrote: Don't worry Max. I solved the problems and BibLaTeX is running. The last problem is the original one that got me looking into BibLaTeX. I need a citation style that fully suits BibLaTeX (ibid., ibidem, op.cit) but I need a bibliography style that looks like the APA style

Re: BibLaTeX blues

2008-03-26 Thread cmiramon
Julio Rojas wrote: Don't worry Max. I solved the problems and BibLaTeX is running. The last problem is the original one that got me looking into BibLaTeX. I need a citation style that fully suits BibLaTeX (ibid., ibidem, op.cit) but I need a bibliography style that looks like the APA style

Re: BibLaTeX blues

2008-03-26 Thread cmiramon
Julio Rojas wrote: > Don't worry Max. I solved the problems and BibLaTeX is running. The > last problem is the original one that got me looking into BibLaTeX. I > need a citation style that fully suits BibLaTeX (ibid., ibidem, > op.cit) but I need a bibliography style that looks like the APA

Re: formatting text within a bibtex citation

2008-03-12 Thread cmiramon
Andrew Barr wrote: I use Lyx 1.5.2 on XP with bibtex to write academic papers. I sometimes want to cite a reference as an example of a point I am making using the Latin expression *e.g*.. What I am going for is something like the following. Many researchers have said blah blah blah

Re: formatting text within a bibtex citation

2008-03-12 Thread cmiramon
Andrew Barr wrote: I use Lyx 1.5.2 on XP with bibtex to write academic papers. I sometimes want to cite a reference as an example of a point I am making using the Latin expression *e.g*.. What I am going for is something like the following. Many researchers have said blah blah blah

Re: formatting text within a bibtex citation

2008-03-12 Thread cmiramon
Andrew Barr wrote: > I use Lyx 1.5.2 on XP with bibtex to write academic papers. I sometimes > want to cite a reference as an example of a point I am making using the > Latin expression *e.g*.. What I am going for is something like the > following. > > Many researchers have said "blah

Re: How to save the current font in LaTeX?

2008-03-11 Thread cmiramon
Steve Litt wrote: Hi all, I used to know this but forgot and couldn't quickly find it in my book. In LaTeX, how do I find the current value of the font, so when I set something to \tiny and then want to reset it to what it was, I can, instead of hoping it was \normalsize before I set it to

Re: How to save the current font in LaTeX?

2008-03-11 Thread cmiramon
Steve Litt wrote: Hi all, I used to know this but forgot and couldn't quickly find it in my book. In LaTeX, how do I find the current value of the font, so when I set something to \tiny and then want to reset it to what it was, I can, instead of hoping it was \normalsize before I set it to

Re: How to save the current font in LaTeX?

2008-03-11 Thread cmiramon
Steve Litt wrote: > Hi all, > > I used to know this but forgot and couldn't quickly find it in my book. In > LaTeX, how do I find the current value of the font, so when I set > something to \tiny and then want to reset it to what it was, I can, > instead of hoping it was \normalsize before I set

Re: Bibliography

2008-03-10 Thread cmiramon
Bennett Helm wrote: On Mar 10, 2008, at 4:22 PM, AndrŽas LYBERIS wrote: Hi, I have a problem with the bibliography of my report. I have Lyx on mac os X. To type it, I have been using Bibdesk, it has been ordered in alphabetic order and I don't like to begin a document with a 5 as the

Re: Bibliography

2008-03-10 Thread cmiramon
Bennett Helm wrote: On Mar 10, 2008, at 4:22 PM, AndrŽas LYBERIS wrote: Hi, I have a problem with the bibliography of my report. I have Lyx on mac os X. To type it, I have been using Bibdesk, it has been ordered in alphabetic order and I don't like to begin a document with a 5 as the

Re: Bibliography

2008-03-10 Thread cmiramon
Bennett Helm wrote: > On Mar 10, 2008, at 4:22 PM, AndrŽas LYBERIS wrote: >> Hi, >> >> I have a problem with the bibliography of my report. >> I have Lyx on mac os X. >> To type it, I have been using Bibdesk, it has been ordered in >> alphabetic order and I don't like to begin a document with a 5

Re: Why oh why did you drop xforms?

2008-02-19 Thread cmiramon
But now I want to upgrade LyX without installing a newer operating system. I don't think that's too much to ask. According to this : http://sophie.zarb.org/rpmfind?mversion=communitymversion=cookermversion=currentsearch=lyxst=rpmnamesubmit=Soumettreqcount=20 Lyx 1.5.3 is in the repository

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