Truncation

2017-07-26 Thread Patrick Dupre
Hello,

This is not a new issue, but every time that I reconfigure lyx,
I cannot guess is a package is installed or not installed, eg.

INFO: +checking for document class revtex4-1 
[revtex4-1,natbib.sty,revsymb4-1.sty,tex
INFO: +checking for document class revtex4 [revtex4,natbib.sty,revsymb.sty]... 
yes


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Re: Truncation of sections in pdf

2006-03-07 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Tom Tom wrote:

Dear list,

right know I'm putting together the structure of my
thesis - beginning from chapter down to the individual
subsubsections.

What I have noticed:

If the amount of sections/subsection in a single
chapter takes more space than a single page, the
chapter gets truncated to one page in all
previews/exports.

This only happens when no text is entered in the
individual sections.
So I'm not really sure whether this is a bug, is to be
expected or I'm just misusing Lyx :)

For clarity if added the code of an example lyx file
to  the end of this mail - in that example chapter 2
is truncated.

And maybe somebody has an idea why there is a complete
blank page between chapter 1 and 2 in the pdf file...
:)

Again thanks a lot!
L.

#LyX 1.3 created this file. For more info see
http://www.lyx.org/
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LaTeX behavior (expected), I think -- nothing to do with LyX.  If you 
want to see the layout in its full glory, insert a standard paragraph 
with a hard space (C-space) as a place holder wherever text is destined 
to go.


/Paul



Re: Truncation of sections in pdf

2006-03-07 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Tom Tom wrote:

Dear list,

right know I'm putting together the structure of my
thesis - beginning from chapter down to the individual
subsubsections.

What I have noticed:

If the amount of sections/subsection in a single
chapter takes more space than a single page, the
chapter gets truncated to one page in all
previews/exports.

This only happens when no text is entered in the
individual sections.
So I'm not really sure whether this is a bug, is to be
expected or I'm just misusing Lyx :)

For clarity if added the code of an example lyx file
to  the end of this mail - in that example chapter 2
is truncated.

And maybe somebody has an idea why there is a complete
blank page between chapter 1 and 2 in the pdf file...
:)

Again thanks a lot!
L.

#LyX 1.3 created this file. For more info see
http://www.lyx.org/
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LaTeX behavior (expected), I think -- nothing to do with LyX.  If you 
want to see the layout in its full glory, insert a standard paragraph 
with a hard space (C-space) as a place holder wherever text is destined 
to go.


/Paul



Re: Truncation of sections in pdf

2006-03-07 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Tom Tom wrote:

Dear list,

right know I'm putting together the structure of my
thesis - beginning from chapter down to the individual
subsubsections.

What I have noticed:

If the amount of sections/subsection in a single
chapter takes more space than a single page, the
chapter gets truncated to one page in all
previews/exports.

This only happens when no text is entered in the
individual sections.
So I'm not really sure whether this is a bug, is to be
expected or I'm just misusing Lyx :)

For clarity if added the code of an example lyx file
to  the end of this mail - in that example chapter 2
is truncated.

And maybe somebody has an idea why there is a complete
blank page between chapter 1 and 2 in the pdf file...
:)

Again thanks a lot!
L.

#LyX 1.3 created this file. For more info see
http://www.lyx.org/
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Results
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a
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b
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caa
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cab
\layout Subsection

cb
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\begin_inset LatexCommand
\BibTeX[plainnat]{bibtex/diss}

\end_inset 



\the_end




LaTeX behavior (expected), I think -- nothing to do with LyX.  If you 
want to see the layout in its full glory, insert a standard "paragraph" 
with a hard space (C-space) as a place holder wherever text is destined 
to go.


/Paul



Error message truncation

2004-10-24 Thread Bruce E Weller
First time submission so apologies if this does not work as I imagine. 

I have searched the mailing list under aspell/English, dictionary
fedora (and some variations) and error message truncation without
locating a reference to my my problem. I suspect that my personal filing
process is aberrant which often leads to poor outcomes to my queries. 

I am running Fedora Core #1 and not sure how to determine which version
of KDE (likely pretty much what came with the distribution). 

Lyx 1.3.5 compiled and is up and running however I cannot get the
Spellchecker to work. It tries, but gives the following message (which
looks to be truncated). 

The file '/usr/local/lib/aspell-0.60/english can not be opened for
re'. 

Looks like the message box does not wrap the text around to see the last
part of the message. 

Any clarification of the message (or other relevant guidance ---a
pointer to other user communications about the same problem, perhaps?)
would be much appreciated. 

(I did have ispell working (previous Lyx version, running on RH7.1 as I
recall) but lost it when upgrading to present version of Linux. I
therefore loaded it up again after the new version of Lyx could not find
any aspell/English file. If relevant, the Thesaurus does function.)

-- 
Bruce E Weller




Error message truncation

2004-10-24 Thread Bruce E Weller
First time submission so apologies if this does not work as I imagine. 

I have searched the mailing list under aspell/English, dictionary
fedora (and some variations) and error message truncation without
locating a reference to my my problem. I suspect that my personal filing
process is aberrant which often leads to poor outcomes to my queries. 

I am running Fedora Core #1 and not sure how to determine which version
of KDE (likely pretty much what came with the distribution). 

Lyx 1.3.5 compiled and is up and running however I cannot get the
Spellchecker to work. It tries, but gives the following message (which
looks to be truncated). 

The file '/usr/local/lib/aspell-0.60/english can not be opened for
re'. 

Looks like the message box does not wrap the text around to see the last
part of the message. 

Any clarification of the message (or other relevant guidance ---a
pointer to other user communications about the same problem, perhaps?)
would be much appreciated. 

(I did have ispell working (previous Lyx version, running on RH7.1 as I
recall) but lost it when upgrading to present version of Linux. I
therefore loaded it up again after the new version of Lyx could not find
any aspell/English file. If relevant, the Thesaurus does function.)

-- 
Bruce E Weller




Error message truncation

2004-10-24 Thread Bruce E Weller
First time submission so apologies if this does not work as I imagine. 

I have searched the mailing list under "aspell/English", "dictionary
fedora" (and some variations) and "error message truncation" without
locating a reference to my my problem. I suspect that my personal filing
process is aberrant which often leads to poor outcomes to my queries. 

I am running Fedora Core #1 and not sure how to determine which version
of KDE (likely pretty much what came with the distribution). 

Lyx 1.3.5 compiled and is up and running however I cannot get the
Spellchecker to work. It tries, but gives the following message (which
looks to be truncated). 

"The file '/usr/local/lib/aspell-0.60/english can not be opened for
re'." 

Looks like the message box does not wrap the text around to see the last
part of the message. 

Any clarification of the message (or other relevant guidance ---a
pointer to other user communications about the same problem, perhaps?)
would be much appreciated. 

(I did have ispell working (previous Lyx version, running on RH7.1 as I
recall) but lost it when upgrading to present version of Linux. I
therefore loaded it up again after the new version of Lyx could not find
any aspell/English file. If relevant, the Thesaurus does function.)

-- 
Bruce E Weller