Fwd: Get Footnotes to appear on the same page when exporting to HTML?

2009-12-27 Thread jf7
Update to my previous message about italics footnotes when exported to html with htlatex, (please see that message -- too much to re-quote here): I've upgraded LyX to 1.6.5 (that's 1.6.7 to you Paul Sutton ;-) and TexShop to 2.29 and the problems mentioned persist. jamie faunt

Fwd: Get Footnotes to appear on the same page when exporting to HTML?

2009-12-27 Thread jf7
Update to my previous message about italics footnotes when exported to html with htlatex, (please see that message -- too much to re-quote here): I've upgraded LyX to 1.6.5 (that's 1.6.7 to you Paul Sutton ;-) and TexShop to 2.29 and the problems mentioned persist. jamie faunt

Fwd: Get Footnotes to appear on the same page when exporting to HTML?

2009-12-27 Thread jf7
Update to my previous message about italics footnotes when exported to html with htlatex, (please see that message -- too much to re-quote here): I've upgraded LyX to 1.6.5 (that's 1.6.7 to you Paul Sutton ;-) and TexShop to 2.29 and the problems mentioned persist. jamie faunt --- 

html footnotes

2009-02-24 Thread jf7
Hi, My footnotes are all coming out in italics when I export to html. This does not happen with DVI or PDF. But I use html export a lot so am looking for a solution. In Preferences File Handling Converters LaTeX - HTML I've been successfully using htlatex to export html files. And

html footnotes

2009-02-24 Thread jf7
Hi, My footnotes are all coming out in italics when I export to html. This does not happen with DVI or PDF. But I use html export a lot so am looking for a solution. In Preferences File Handling Converters LaTeX - HTML I've been successfully using htlatex to export html files. And

html footnotes

2009-02-24 Thread jf7
Hi, My footnotes are all coming out in italics when I export to html. This does not happen with DVI or PDF. But I use html export a lot so am looking for a solution. In Preferences > File Handling > Converters > LaTeX -> HTML I've been successfully using htlatex to export html files.

htlatex exported html footnotes

2009-02-23 Thread jf7
In Preferences File Handling Converters LaTeX - HTML I've been successfully using htlatex to export html files. And it works great except for one thing: My original problem was that footnotes were all placed in separately-linked html files. I didn't like that. So I found an

htlatex exported html footnotes

2009-02-23 Thread jf7
In Preferences File Handling Converters LaTeX - HTML I've been successfully using htlatex to export html files. And it works great except for one thing: My original problem was that footnotes were all placed in separately-linked html files. I didn't like that. So I found an

htlatex exported html footnotes

2009-02-23 Thread jf7
In Preferences > File Handling > Converters > LaTeX -> HTML I've been successfully using htlatex to export html files. And it works great except for one thing: My original problem was that footnotes were all placed in separately-linked html files. I didn't like that. So I found an

lilypond in LyX 6.1

2008-12-21 Thread jf7
Hi, I am trying to insert a lilypond file with InsertFileExternal MaterialLilyPond in a LyX 6.1 doc. It seems to need an .eps or .ps doc as a conversion from the .ly lilypond file. I can import a pdf but that's not workable because it does a whole page. I'm using TexShop on a Mac if

lilypond in LyX 6.1

2008-12-21 Thread jf7
Hi, I am trying to insert a lilypond file with InsertFileExternal MaterialLilyPond in a LyX 6.1 doc. It seems to need an .eps or .ps doc as a conversion from the .ly lilypond file. I can import a pdf but that's not workable because it does a whole page. I'm using TexShop on a Mac if

lilypond in LyX 6.1

2008-12-21 Thread jf7
Hi, I am trying to insert a lilypond file with Insert>File>External Material>LilyPond in a LyX 6.1 doc. It seems to need an .eps or .ps doc as a conversion from the .ly lilypond file. I can import a pdf but that's not workable because it does a whole page. I'm using TexShop on a Mac if

Re: importing spreadsheet rows and columns

2008-05-19 Thread jf7
Okay -- I've got 1.5.5 installed. When I import a csv file it separates the rows but not the columns. In looking at the converter I see that the python script is csv2lyx. I can't find that script on my system. Would it have been part of my lyx installation? (I installed the Mac

Re: importing spreadsheet rows and columns

2008-05-19 Thread jf7
Quoting Uwe Stöhr [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Bug report is filed. New version of csv2lyx.py works as expected. thanks very much! jamie faunt

Re: importing spreadsheet rows and columns

2008-05-19 Thread jf7
Okay -- I've got 1.5.5 installed. When I import a csv file it separates the rows but not the columns. In looking at the converter I see that the python script is csv2lyx. I can't find that script on my system. Would it have been part of my lyx installation? (I installed the Mac

Re: importing spreadsheet rows and columns

2008-05-19 Thread jf7
Quoting Uwe Stöhr [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Bug report is filed. New version of csv2lyx.py works as expected. thanks very much! jamie faunt

Re: importing spreadsheet rows and columns

2008-05-19 Thread jf7
Okay -- I've got 1.5.5 installed. When I import a csv file it separates the rows but not the columns. In looking at the converter I see that the python script is csv2lyx. I can't find that script on my system. Would it have been part of my lyx installation? (I installed the Mac

Re: importing spreadsheet rows and columns

2008-05-19 Thread jf7
Quoting Uwe Stöhr <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: Bug report is filed. New version of csv2lyx.py works as expected. thanks very much! jamie faunt

Re: importing spreadsheet rows and columns

2008-05-17 Thread jf7
Fantastic! Will do! Thanks! jamie faunt Quoting Uwe Stöhr [EMAIL PROTECTED]: [EMAIL PROTECTED] schrieb: Hi, I'm using LyX 1.5.3 and have a situation where I need to put spreadsheet data into tables in LyX Upgrdade to LyX 1.5.5 and use there the menu File - Import - Comma separated

Re: importing spreadsheet rows and columns

2008-05-17 Thread jf7
Fantastic! Will do! Thanks! jamie faunt Quoting Uwe Stöhr [EMAIL PROTECTED]: [EMAIL PROTECTED] schrieb: Hi, I'm using LyX 1.5.3 and have a situation where I need to put spreadsheet data into tables in LyX Upgrdade to LyX 1.5.5 and use there the menu File - Import - Comma separated

Re: importing spreadsheet rows and columns

2008-05-17 Thread jf7
Fantastic! Will do! Thanks! jamie faunt Quoting Uwe Stöhr <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: [EMAIL PROTECTED] schrieb: Hi, I'm using LyX 1.5.3 and have a situation where I need to put spreadsheet data into tables in LyX Upgrdade to LyX 1.5.5 and use there the menu File -> Import -> Comma separated

importing spreadsheet rows and columns

2008-05-16 Thread jf7
Hi, I'm using LyX 1.5.3 and have a situation where I need to put spreadsheet data into tables in LyX -- several of them actually. I'm able to paste the spreadsheet data into LyX. But so far I haven't figured out a way other than the tedious method of cutting and pasting every cell's

importing spreadsheet rows and columns

2008-05-16 Thread jf7
Hi, I'm using LyX 1.5.3 and have a situation where I need to put spreadsheet data into tables in LyX -- several of them actually. I'm able to paste the spreadsheet data into LyX. But so far I haven't figured out a way other than the tedious method of cutting and pasting every cell's

importing spreadsheet rows and columns

2008-05-16 Thread jf7
Hi, I'm using LyX 1.5.3 and have a situation where I need to put spreadsheet data into tables in LyX -- several of them actually. I'm able to paste the spreadsheet data into LyX. But so far I haven't figured out a way other than the tedious method of cutting and pasting every cell's

rtf2latex for mac OSX?

2008-03-11 Thread jf7
Hi, I have a bunch of pre-historic word docs that I want to convert to LyX. I've gathered that the best way to do this is by converting rtf to latex. (If anyone has a better suggestion I'm interested.) I've scoured the LyX sites and the web for any info on rtf2latex2e. Seems that it was

rtf2latex for mac OSX?

2008-03-11 Thread jf7
Hi, I have a bunch of pre-historic word docs that I want to convert to LyX. I've gathered that the best way to do this is by converting rtf to latex. (If anyone has a better suggestion I'm interested.) I've scoured the LyX sites and the web for any info on rtf2latex2e. Seems that it was

rtf2latex for mac OSX?

2008-03-11 Thread jf7
Hi, I have a bunch of "pre-historic" word docs that I want to convert to LyX. I've gathered that the best way to do this is by converting rtf to latex. (If anyone has a better suggestion I'm interested.) I've scoured the LyX sites and the web for any info on rtf2latex2e. Seems that it

Problem opening older LyX files

2008-03-03 Thread jf7
Hi, I've been using LyX for at least a few years now. And now, to my surprise I'm having a problem opening older LyX docs in 1.5.3 that I don't have in opening in 1.4.x. These may have been created with LyX 1.3 or perhaps even earlier. 1.4 has no problem opening them, but 1.5.3 crashes

Re: Problem opening older LyX files

2008-03-03 Thread jf7
I found my problem. It was not an incompatibility with older LyX files but rather directory pointers for floats. Duh! Anyway, I've edited these pointers and the older files open fine. thanks, jamie faunt

Problem opening older LyX files

2008-03-03 Thread jf7
Hi, I've been using LyX for at least a few years now. And now, to my surprise I'm having a problem opening older LyX docs in 1.5.3 that I don't have in opening in 1.4.x. These may have been created with LyX 1.3 or perhaps even earlier. 1.4 has no problem opening them, but 1.5.3 crashes

Re: Problem opening older LyX files

2008-03-03 Thread jf7
I found my problem. It was not an incompatibility with older LyX files but rather directory pointers for floats. Duh! Anyway, I've edited these pointers and the older files open fine. thanks, jamie faunt

Problem opening older LyX files

2008-03-03 Thread jf7
Hi, I've been using LyX for at least a few years now. And now, to my surprise I'm having a problem opening older LyX docs in 1.5.3 that I don't have in opening in 1.4.x. These may have been created with LyX 1.3 or perhaps even earlier. 1.4 has no problem opening them, but 1.5.3 crashes

Re: Problem opening older LyX files

2008-03-03 Thread jf7
I found my problem. It was not an incompatibility with older LyX files but rather directory pointers for floats. Duh! Anyway, I've edited these pointers and the older files open fine. thanks, jamie faunt

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-26 Thread jf7
Quoting rgheck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Quoting rgheck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: You don't have Use Paragraph's Default Alignment? The point of this option is to undo customization. That's why I added it. ;-) Ah! I didn't try it before because it says [justified] But this

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-26 Thread jf7
Quoting rgheck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: From my view I was trying to format a footnote and get rid of an extra blank line in the footnote footer region. So it didn't occur to me that justified would apply to that. But maybe it does. (paragraph formatting is otherwise defined in the class?) I

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-26 Thread jf7
Quoting rgheck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Quoting rgheck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: From my view I was trying to format a footnote and get rid of an extra blank line in the footnote footer region. So it didn't occur to me that justified would apply to that. But maybe it

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-26 Thread jf7
Quoting rgheck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Quoting rgheck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: You don't have Use Paragraph's Default Alignment? The point of this option is to undo customization. That's why I added it. ;-) Ah! I didn't try it before because it says [justified] But this

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-26 Thread jf7
Quoting rgheck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: From my view I was trying to format a footnote and get rid of an extra blank line in the footnote footer region. So it didn't occur to me that justified would apply to that. But maybe it does. (paragraph formatting is otherwise defined in the class?) I

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-26 Thread jf7
Quoting rgheck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Quoting rgheck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: From my view I was trying to format a footnote and get rid of an extra blank line in the footnote footer region. So it didn't occur to me that justified would apply to that. But maybe it

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-26 Thread jf7
Quoting rgheck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Quoting rgheck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: You don't have "Use Paragraph's Default Alignment"? The point of this option is to undo customization. That's why I added it. ;-) Ah! I didn't try it before because it says "[justified]" But

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-26 Thread jf7
Quoting rgheck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: From my view I was trying to format a footnote and get rid of an extra blank line in the footnote footer region. So it didn't occur to me that "justified" would apply to that. But maybe it does. (paragraph formatting is otherwise defined in the

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-26 Thread jf7
Quoting rgheck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Quoting rgheck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: From my view I was trying to format a footnote and get rid of an extra blank line in the footnote footer region. So it didn't occur to me that "justified" would apply to that. But maybe it

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-25 Thread jf7
Quoting rgheck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: 1) creating a footnote from existing text causing unusable formatting. I'm not following your description of this problem. Is the problem that when you copy and paste, LyX is copying the paragraph formatting? -- If so, you can edit the formatting by

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-25 Thread jf7
Quoting rgheck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: You don't have Use Paragraph's Default Alignment? The point of this option is to undo customization. That's why I added it. ;-) Ah! I didn't try it before because it says [justified] But this indeed fixes the formatting of the pasted footnote content.

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-25 Thread jf7
Quoting rgheck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: 1) creating a footnote from existing text causing unusable formatting. I'm not following your description of this problem. Is the problem that when you copy and paste, LyX is copying the paragraph formatting? -- If so, you can edit the formatting by

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-25 Thread jf7
Quoting rgheck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: You don't have Use Paragraph's Default Alignment? The point of this option is to undo customization. That's why I added it. ;-) Ah! I didn't try it before because it says [justified] But this indeed fixes the formatting of the pasted footnote content.

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-25 Thread jf7
Quoting rgheck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: 1) creating a footnote from existing text causing unusable formatting. I'm not following your description of this problem. Is the problem that when you copy and paste, LyX is copying the paragraph formatting? -- If so, you can edit the formatting by

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-25 Thread jf7
Quoting rgheck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: You don't have "Use Paragraph's Default Alignment"? The point of this option is to undo customization. That's why I added it. ;-) Ah! I didn't try it before because it says "[justified]" But this indeed fixes the formatting of the pasted footnote

footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-24 Thread jf7
Hi, I'm converting some documents into LyX. As a side-note, I can't get .rtf import to work but can seem to import latex files. It would be easier if I could import .rtf files. Anyway, the problem is that once imported, I need to re-configure the footnotes. When I create a footnote and

copyright symbol on mac

2008-02-24 Thread jf7
Hi, I know I can use ERT \copyright to get a copyright symbol on a mac LyX 1.5.3. I used to be able to get it with a keystroke combination in linux. Does anyone know a keystroke for the copyright symbol that would work on a mac? thanks, jamie faunt

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-24 Thread jf7
Quoting Bennett Helm [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On Feb 24, 2008, at 9:13 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ... In summary, I'm mentioning a few problems here: Main one is: 1) creating a footnote from existing text causing unusable formatting. I'm not following your description of this problem. Is the

footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-24 Thread jf7
Hi, I'm converting some documents into LyX. As a side-note, I can't get .rtf import to work but can seem to import latex files. It would be easier if I could import .rtf files. Anyway, the problem is that once imported, I need to re-configure the footnotes. When I create a footnote and

copyright symbol on mac

2008-02-24 Thread jf7
Hi, I know I can use ERT \copyright to get a copyright symbol on a mac LyX 1.5.3. I used to be able to get it with a keystroke combination in linux. Does anyone know a keystroke for the copyright symbol that would work on a mac? thanks, jamie faunt

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-24 Thread jf7
Quoting Bennett Helm [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On Feb 24, 2008, at 9:13 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ... In summary, I'm mentioning a few problems here: Main one is: 1) creating a footnote from existing text causing unusable formatting. I'm not following your description of this problem. Is the

footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-24 Thread jf7
Hi, I'm converting some documents into LyX. As a side-note, I can't get .rtf import to work but can seem to import latex files. It would be easier if I could import .rtf files. Anyway, the problem is that once imported, I need to re-configure the footnotes. When I create a footnote and

copyright symbol on mac

2008-02-24 Thread jf7
Hi, I know I can use ERT \copyright to get a copyright symbol on a mac LyX 1.5.3. I used to be able to get it with a keystroke combination in linux. Does anyone know a keystroke for the copyright symbol that would work on a mac? thanks, jamie faunt

Re: footnotes problem, .rtf import, view source on 1.5.3

2008-02-24 Thread jf7
Quoting Bennett Helm <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: On Feb 24, 2008, at 9:13 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ... In summary, I'm mentioning a few problems here: Main one is: 1) creating a footnote from existing text causing unusable formatting. I'm not following your description of this problem. Is

Re: Printing from LyX on a mac

2008-02-07 Thread jf7
Quoting John Culleton [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On Wednesday 06 February 2008 11:36:47 pm [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I've been using LyX for years -- since maybe 1.2 or earlier. I've always been able to print well-formatted out-put directly from LyX. But now on 1.5.3 I cannot. I have dvips defined

Re: Printing from LyX on a mac

2008-02-07 Thread jf7
Quoting John Culleton [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On Wednesday 06 February 2008 11:36:47 pm [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I've been using LyX for years -- since maybe 1.2 or earlier. I've always been able to print well-formatted out-put directly from LyX. But now on 1.5.3 I cannot. I have dvips defined

Re: Printing from LyX on a mac

2008-02-07 Thread jf7
Quoting John Culleton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: On Wednesday 06 February 2008 11:36:47 pm [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I've been using LyX for years -- since maybe 1.2 or earlier. I've always been able to print well-formatted out-put directly from LyX. But now on 1.5.3 I cannot. I have dvips

Printing from LyX on a mac

2008-02-06 Thread jf7
Hi, I've been using LyX for years -- since maybe 1.2 or earlier. I've always been able to print well-formatted out-put directly from LyX. But now on 1.5.3 I cannot. I have dvips defined as the print command in preferences. And it does print but it cuts off the footer no matter what I do.

Printing from LyX on a mac

2008-02-06 Thread jf7
Hi, I've been using LyX for years -- since maybe 1.2 or earlier. I've always been able to print well-formatted out-put directly from LyX. But now on 1.5.3 I cannot. I have dvips defined as the print command in preferences. And it does print but it cuts off the footer no matter what I do.

Printing from LyX on a mac

2008-02-06 Thread jf7
Hi, I've been using LyX for years -- since maybe 1.2 or earlier. I've always been able to print well-formatted out-put directly from LyX. But now on 1.5.3 I cannot. I have dvips defined as the print command in preferences. And it does print but it cuts off the footer no matter what I do.

inserting external material: lilypond

2007-04-15 Thread jf7
Hi, I see that LyX 1.4.4 includes Lilypond music in Preferences-File Formats. And, I see that it accommodates Lilypond music in Insert-External Material as a filetype. But I must be missing a converter because I cannot get it to display a lilypond file in the DVI or a PDF viewer. (I get an

inserting external material: lilypond

2007-04-15 Thread jf7
Hi, I see that LyX 1.4.4 includes Lilypond music in Preferences-File Formats. And, I see that it accommodates Lilypond music in Insert-External Material as a filetype. But I must be missing a converter because I cannot get it to display a lilypond file in the DVI or a PDF viewer. (I get an

inserting external material: lilypond

2007-04-15 Thread jf7
Hi, I see that LyX 1.4.4 includes "Lilypond music" in Preferences->File Formats. And, I see that it accommodates Lilypond music in Insert->External Material as a filetype. But I must be missing a converter because I cannot get it to display a lilypond file in the DVI or a PDF viewer. (I get