[solved] Re: footer on all pages

2012-04-18 Thread Marco Beishuizen

On Wed, 18 Apr 2012, the wise Paul A. Rubin wrote:

LaTeX classes that include a chapter environment usually format the 
first page of each chapter differently from the others.  Try adding this 
to the document preamble:


\fancypagestyle{plain}{%
 \rfoot{whatever}
}


This works! When adding this, the footer is shown only on the pages with 
the chapters. So when adding this *and* leaving \rfoot{whatever} in the 
preamble, the footer is shown on all pages.


Thanks for the help.

Regards,
Marco

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[solved] Re: footer on all pages

2012-04-18 Thread Marco Beishuizen

On Wed, 18 Apr 2012, the wise Paul A. Rubin wrote:

LaTeX classes that include a chapter environment usually format the 
first page of each chapter differently from the others.  Try adding this 
to the document preamble:


\fancypagestyle{plain}{%
 \rfoot{whatever}
}


This works! When adding this, the footer is shown only on the pages with 
the chapters. So when adding this *and* leaving \rfoot{whatever} in the 
preamble, the footer is shown on all pages.


Thanks for the help.

Regards,
Marco

--
Flee at once, all is discovered.


[solved] Re: footer on all pages

2012-04-18 Thread Marco Beishuizen

On Wed, 18 Apr 2012, the wise Paul A. Rubin wrote:

LaTeX classes that include a chapter environment usually format the 
first page of each chapter differently from the others.  Try adding this 
to the document preamble:


\fancypagestyle{plain}{%
 \rfoot{whatever}
}


This works! When adding this, the footer is shown only on the pages with 
the chapters. So when adding this *and* leaving \rfoot{whatever} in the 
preamble, the footer is shown on all pages.


Thanks for the help.

Regards,
Marco

--
Flee at once, all is discovered.


Re: footer on all pages

2012-04-17 Thread Paul A . Rubin
Marco Beishuizen mbeis at xs4all.nl writes:

 Yes the headings style is fancy and I put \rfoot{} in the preamble. But I 
 discovered that the footer is not shown on pages with the chapter headers. 

LaTeX classes that include a chapter environment usually format the first page
of each chapter differently from the others.  Try adding this to the document
preamble:

\fancypagestyle{plain}{%
  \rfoot{whatever}
}

Paul



Re: footer on all pages

2012-04-17 Thread Charlie
 On Thu, 5 Apr 2012 23:08:05 +0200 (CEST) Marco Beishuizen
 mb...@xs4all.nl suggested this:

Hi,

How do I create a footer on every page of my document? I'm using the 
book document class and have a \rfoot{xxx} in my preamble, but the 
footer is only displayed on the first page.

Regards,

Marco

I've been watching this thread, hoping that someone might come up with
something that works.

I doubt this will help. But I use this format in letter
(KOMA-Script v.2)

\firstfoot{the stuff I want in it}

This will place the footer at the bottom of the first page where logos
and headings and such are, but not on any pages after that.

Just thought it might help. As well as the above I also tried adding:

\rfoot{the stuff I want in it}

But with both those footer commands in the letter environment preamble
coughs up errors.

In fact \cfoot{the stuff I want in it} won't work at all in the letter
environment preamble, I have to use: \firstfoot

But it might work for you?

Be well,
Charlie
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Re: footer on all pages

2012-04-17 Thread Paul A . Rubin
Marco Beishuizen mbeis at xs4all.nl writes:

 Yes the headings style is fancy and I put \rfoot{} in the preamble. But I 
 discovered that the footer is not shown on pages with the chapter headers. 

LaTeX classes that include a chapter environment usually format the first page
of each chapter differently from the others.  Try adding this to the document
preamble:

\fancypagestyle{plain}{%
  \rfoot{whatever}
}

Paul



Re: footer on all pages

2012-04-17 Thread Charlie
 On Thu, 5 Apr 2012 23:08:05 +0200 (CEST) Marco Beishuizen
 mb...@xs4all.nl suggested this:

Hi,

How do I create a footer on every page of my document? I'm using the 
book document class and have a \rfoot{xxx} in my preamble, but the 
footer is only displayed on the first page.

Regards,

Marco

I've been watching this thread, hoping that someone might come up with
something that works.

I doubt this will help. But I use this format in letter
(KOMA-Script v.2)

\firstfoot{the stuff I want in it}

This will place the footer at the bottom of the first page where logos
and headings and such are, but not on any pages after that.

Just thought it might help. As well as the above I also tried adding:

\rfoot{the stuff I want in it}

But with both those footer commands in the letter environment preamble
coughs up errors.

In fact \cfoot{the stuff I want in it} won't work at all in the letter
environment preamble, I have to use: \firstfoot

But it might work for you?

Be well,
Charlie
-- 
**  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **
Registered Linux User:- 329524
***

He who knows others is wise; He who know himself is enlightened.
---Lao-tzu

***
Debian GNU/Linux - just the best way to create magic
___


Re: footer on all pages

2012-04-17 Thread Paul A . Rubin
Marco Beishuizen  xs4all.nl> writes:

> Yes the headings style is fancy and I put \rfoot{} in the preamble. But I 
> discovered that the footer is not shown on pages with the chapter headers. 

LaTeX classes that include a chapter environment usually format the first page
of each chapter differently from the others.  Try adding this to the document
preamble:

\fancypagestyle{plain}{%
  \rfoot{whatever}
}

Paul



Re: footer on all pages

2012-04-17 Thread Charlie
 On Thu, 5 Apr 2012 23:08:05 +0200 (CEST) "Marco Beishuizen
 mb...@xs4all.nl" suggested this:

>Hi,
>
>How do I create a footer on every page of my document? I'm using the 
>"book" document class and have a "\rfoot{xxx}" in my preamble, but the 
>footer is only displayed on the first page.
>
>Regards,
>
>Marco

I've been watching this thread, hoping that someone might come up with
something that works.

I doubt this will help. But I use this format in letter
(KOMA-Script v.2)

\firstfoot{the stuff I want in it}

This will place the footer at the bottom of the first page where logos
and headings and such are, but not on any pages after that.

Just thought it might help. As well as the above I also tried adding:

\rfoot{the stuff I want in it}

But with both those footer commands in the letter environment preamble
coughs up errors.

In fact \cfoot{the stuff I want in it} won't work at all in the letter
environment preamble, I have to use: \firstfoot

But it might work for you?

Be well,
Charlie
-- 
**  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **  **
Registered Linux User:- 329524
***

He who knows others is wise; He who know himself is enlightened.
---Lao-tzu

***
Debian GNU/Linux - just the best way to create magic
___


Re: footer on all pages

2012-04-16 Thread Marco Beishuizen

On Sat, 14 Apr 2012, the wise Paul A. Rubin wrote:

You set Document  Settings  Page Layout  Page Layout  Headings style 
to fancy?  That and \rfoot{} in the preamble work for me.  Perhaps you 
should post a minimal example file. (Also, it might help to know which 
version of LyX you use, and what platform you're on.)


Yes the headings style is fancy and I put \rfoot{} in the preamble. But I 
discovered that the footer is not shown on pages with the chapter headers. 
I'm trying to write a contract which has a chapter on almost all pages so 
the footers are not shown this way.


So the question now in my case is how to get the footer on the chapter 
pages?


Marco

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Telling the truth when you don't mean to.


RE: footer on all pages

2012-04-16 Thread Hannu Vuolasaho

Would the solution be easy as Document-Settings-modules Custom 
header/footerlines  to the selected list. Without it fancy headers doesn't seem 
to work.

Best regards,
Hannu Vuolasaho   

Re: footer on all pages

2012-04-16 Thread Marco Beishuizen

On Sat, 14 Apr 2012, the wise Paul A. Rubin wrote:

You set Document  Settings  Page Layout  Page Layout  Headings style 
to fancy?  That and \rfoot{} in the preamble work for me.  Perhaps you 
should post a minimal example file. (Also, it might help to know which 
version of LyX you use, and what platform you're on.)


Yes the headings style is fancy and I put \rfoot{} in the preamble. But I 
discovered that the footer is not shown on pages with the chapter headers. 
I'm trying to write a contract which has a chapter on almost all pages so 
the footers are not shown this way.


So the question now in my case is how to get the footer on the chapter 
pages?


Marco

--
AMBIGUITY:
Telling the truth when you don't mean to.


RE: footer on all pages

2012-04-16 Thread Hannu Vuolasaho

Would the solution be easy as Document-Settings-modules Custom 
header/footerlines  to the selected list. Without it fancy headers doesn't seem 
to work.

Best regards,
Hannu Vuolasaho   

Re: footer on all pages

2012-04-16 Thread Marco Beishuizen

On Sat, 14 Apr 2012, the wise Paul A. Rubin wrote:

You set Document > Settings > Page Layout > Page Layout > Headings style 
to "fancy"?  That and \rfoot{} in the preamble work for me.  Perhaps you 
should post a minimal example file. (Also, it might help to know which 
version of LyX you use, and what platform you're on.)


Yes the headings style is fancy and I put \rfoot{} in the preamble. But I 
discovered that the footer is not shown on pages with the chapter headers. 
I'm trying to write a contract which has a chapter on almost all pages so 
the footers are not shown this way.


So the question now in my case is how to get the footer on the chapter 
pages?


Marco

--
AMBIGUITY:
Telling the truth when you don't mean to.


RE: footer on all pages

2012-04-16 Thread Hannu Vuolasaho

Would the solution be easy as Document->Settings->modules Custom 
header/footerlines  to the selected list. Without it fancy headers doesn't seem 
to work.

Best regards,
Hannu Vuolasaho   

Re: footer on all pages

2012-04-14 Thread Paul A . Rubin
Marco Beishuizen mbeis at xs4all.nl writes:

 How do I create a footer on every page of my document? I'm using the 
 book document class and have a \rfoot{xxx} in my preamble, but the 
 footer is only displayed on the first page.

You set Document  Settings  Page Layout  Page Layout  Headings style to
fancy?  That and \rfoot{} in the preamble work for me.  Perhaps you should
post a minimal example file. (Also, it might help to know which version of LyX
you use, and what platform you're on.)

Paul





Re: footer on all pages

2012-04-14 Thread Paul A . Rubin
Marco Beishuizen mbeis at xs4all.nl writes:

 How do I create a footer on every page of my document? I'm using the 
 book document class and have a \rfoot{xxx} in my preamble, but the 
 footer is only displayed on the first page.

You set Document  Settings  Page Layout  Page Layout  Headings style to
fancy?  That and \rfoot{} in the preamble work for me.  Perhaps you should
post a minimal example file. (Also, it might help to know which version of LyX
you use, and what platform you're on.)

Paul





Re: footer on all pages

2012-04-14 Thread Paul A . Rubin
Marco Beishuizen  xs4all.nl> writes:

> How do I create a footer on every page of my document? I'm using the 
> "book" document class and have a "\rfoot{xxx}" in my preamble, but the 
> footer is only displayed on the first page.

You set Document > Settings > Page Layout > Page Layout > Headings style to
"fancy"?  That and \rfoot{} in the preamble work for me.  Perhaps you should
post a minimal example file. (Also, it might help to know which version of LyX
you use, and what platform you're on.)

Paul





footer on all pages

2012-04-05 Thread Marco Beishuizen

Hi,

How do I create a footer on every page of my document? I'm using the 
book document class and have a \rfoot{xxx} in my preamble, but the 
footer is only displayed on the first page.


Regards,

Marco
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love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.
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footer on all pages

2012-04-05 Thread Marco Beishuizen

Hi,

How do I create a footer on every page of my document? I'm using the 
book document class and have a \rfoot{xxx} in my preamble, but the 
footer is only displayed on the first page.


Regards,

Marco
--
And ever has it been known that
love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.
-- Kahlil Gibran


footer on all pages

2012-04-05 Thread Marco Beishuizen

Hi,

How do I create a footer on every page of my document? I'm using the 
"book" document class and have a "\rfoot{xxx}" in my preamble, but the 
footer is only displayed on the first page.


Regards,

Marco
--
And ever has it been known that
love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.
-- Kahlil Gibran