Odd behavior of \protect in equation \tag

2021-03-08 Thread Sanford Shieh
I’m using lyx 2.631 and the tikzlings package, and put 
\protect\tikz\protect\panda in an equation \tag.  But after saving the .lyx 
file and reopening it the \protect vanishes.

Obviously more of an annoyance for having to retype the \protect than a serious 
bug, but is there a known solution?

Sanford

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Re: Option for displaying equation labels less obstrusively?

2018-10-04 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

Le 03/10/2018 à 23:35, Klaus-Dieter Bauer a écrit :

Hello!

As it is currently implemented, equation labels are displayed as part of 
the equation number in LyX's editor. Sadly, for longer, semantically 
meaningful label names (e.g. "eq:maxwell-equations-in-vacuum"), this 
throws off the formatting in the editor buffer: Instead of centering the 
equation, the combination of label and equation is centered. A similar 
problem occurs, when left-aligned equations with left-aligned numbering 


I have plans to improve this, but not the required free time right now.

See e.g. https://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/10668

JMarc


Re: Option for displaying equation labels less obstrusively?

2018-10-04 Thread John Kane
Sorry  I was hopeful but I never use a  numbered equation so I was just
guessing. The module is handy in other places.

On Thu, 4 Oct 2018 at 05:39, Klaus-Dieter Bauer <
bauer.klaus.die...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Insets cannot be used inside LyX equations sadly.
>
> On Thu, Oct 4, 2018 at 2:31 AM John Kane  wrote:
>
>> Try the ShortInsetNames module. I have never used it with equations but
>> it works well with Chapter and Section names, tables and figures.
>>
>> Insert the Short label  from Custom Inserts and then insert the label.
>> Repeat procedure with Short Ref + label to have a short label in the text
>> or wherever
>>
>> Thanks Andrew.
>>
>> On Wed, 3 Oct 2018 at 17:58, Joel Kulesza  wrote:
>>
>>> On Wed, Oct 3, 2018 at 3:36 PM Klaus-Dieter Bauer <
>>> bauer.klaus.die...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hello!
>>>>
>>>> As it is currently implemented, equation labels are displayed as part
>>>> of the equation number in LyX's editor. Sadly, for longer, semantically
>>>> meaningful label names (e.g. "eq:maxwell-equations-in-vacuum"), this throws
>>>> off the formatting in the editor buffer: Instead of centering the equation,
>>>> the combination of label and equation is centered. A similar problem
>>>> occurs, when left-aligned equations with left-aligned numbering are used.
>>>>
>>>> Is there some setting in LyX, that allows getting better alignment,
>>>> without sacrifizing the ability to use long label names?
>>>>
>>>> - Klaus
>>>>
>>>
>>> I do not know of such a method, but would be thrilled if such were
>>> created (or explained).  I wonder if mouseover tooltips could be used
>>> here...
>>>
>>> - Joel
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> John Kane
>> Kingston ON Canada
>>
>

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Re: Option for displaying equation labels less obstrusively?

2018-10-04 Thread Klaus-Dieter Bauer
Insets cannot be used inside LyX equations sadly.

On Thu, Oct 4, 2018 at 2:31 AM John Kane  wrote:

> Try the ShortInsetNames module. I have never used it with equations but it
> works well with Chapter and Section names, tables and figures.
>
> Insert the Short label  from Custom Inserts and then insert the label.
> Repeat procedure with Short Ref + label to have a short label in the text
> or wherever
>
> Thanks Andrew.
>
> On Wed, 3 Oct 2018 at 17:58, Joel Kulesza  wrote:
>
>> On Wed, Oct 3, 2018 at 3:36 PM Klaus-Dieter Bauer <
>> bauer.klaus.die...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> Hello!
>>>
>>> As it is currently implemented, equation labels are displayed as part of
>>> the equation number in LyX's editor. Sadly, for longer, semantically
>>> meaningful label names (e.g. "eq:maxwell-equations-in-vacuum"), this throws
>>> off the formatting in the editor buffer: Instead of centering the equation,
>>> the combination of label and equation is centered. A similar problem
>>> occurs, when left-aligned equations with left-aligned numbering are used.
>>>
>>> Is there some setting in LyX, that allows getting better alignment,
>>> without sacrifizing the ability to use long label names?
>>>
>>> - Klaus
>>>
>>
>> I do not know of such a method, but would be thrilled if such were
>> created (or explained).  I wonder if mouseover tooltips could be used
>> here...
>>
>> - Joel
>>
>>
>
>
> --
> John Kane
> Kingston ON Canada
>


Re: Option for displaying equation labels less obstrusively?

2018-10-03 Thread John Kane
Try the ShortInsetNames module. I have never used it with equations but it
works well with Chapter and Section names, tables and figures.

Insert the Short label  from Custom Inserts and then insert the label.
Repeat procedure with Short Ref + label to have a short label in the text
or wherever

Thanks Andrew.

On Wed, 3 Oct 2018 at 17:58, Joel Kulesza  wrote:

> On Wed, Oct 3, 2018 at 3:36 PM Klaus-Dieter Bauer <
> bauer.klaus.die...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hello!
>>
>> As it is currently implemented, equation labels are displayed as part of
>> the equation number in LyX's editor. Sadly, for longer, semantically
>> meaningful label names (e.g. "eq:maxwell-equations-in-vacuum"), this throws
>> off the formatting in the editor buffer: Instead of centering the equation,
>> the combination of label and equation is centered. A similar problem
>> occurs, when left-aligned equations with left-aligned numbering are used.
>>
>> Is there some setting in LyX, that allows getting better alignment,
>> without sacrifizing the ability to use long label names?
>>
>> - Klaus
>>
>
> I do not know of such a method, but would be thrilled if such were created
> (or explained).  I wonder if mouseover tooltips could be used here...
>
> - Joel
>
>


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Re: Option for displaying equation labels less obstrusively?

2018-10-03 Thread Joel Kulesza
On Wed, Oct 3, 2018 at 3:36 PM Klaus-Dieter Bauer <
bauer.klaus.die...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello!
>
> As it is currently implemented, equation labels are displayed as part of
> the equation number in LyX's editor. Sadly, for longer, semantically
> meaningful label names (e.g. "eq:maxwell-equations-in-vacuum"), this throws
> off the formatting in the editor buffer: Instead of centering the equation,
> the combination of label and equation is centered. A similar problem
> occurs, when left-aligned equations with left-aligned numbering are used.
>
> Is there some setting in LyX, that allows getting better alignment,
> without sacrifizing the ability to use long label names?
>
> - Klaus
>

I do not know of such a method, but would be thrilled if such were created
(or explained).  I wonder if mouseover tooltips could be used here...

- Joel


Option for displaying equation labels less obstrusively?

2018-10-03 Thread Klaus-Dieter Bauer
Hello!

As it is currently implemented, equation labels are displayed as part of
the equation number in LyX's editor. Sadly, for longer, semantically
meaningful label names (e.g. "eq:maxwell-equations-in-vacuum"), this throws
off the formatting in the editor buffer: Instead of centering the equation,
the combination of label and equation is centered. A similar problem
occurs, when left-aligned equations with left-aligned numbering are used.


Screenshot (if not displayed inline: https://imgur.com/a/Y1rDmgE)
Made in full-screen mode with limited text-width.

Is there some setting in LyX, that allows getting better alignment, without
sacrifizing the ability to use long label names?

- Klaus


latex equation copied from MathType generally shows redundant { }

2018-06-12 Thread balabi





Dear lyx developers and usersI am new to lyx. Before using lyx, I always use Mathtype software to typeset equations which can be downloaded from www.dessci.com/en/products/mathtype/ The equations in mathtype can be copied as latex format.for example, an _expression_ looks like thishttps://pasteboard.co/HpwLYea.pngis copied as latex code as below\left( {\begin{array}{*{20}{c}}{{e^{ - i\phi /2}}}\\{{e^{i\phi /2}}}\end{array}} \right)I then paste this latex code into lyx math mode, however, it shows like thishttps://pasteboard.co/HpwKWg4.pngwith annoying redundant { and } symbolHowever, if you tried any online latex equation editors likehttps://www.codecogs.comhttps://arachnoid.com/latex/etc.You will find the latex code copied from mathtype is perfect with any redundant { }So I think the latex equation interpretation in lyx should be improved. This issue should be solved. Thank you very much! looking forward to your reply.best regards




Re: Improvements to splitting math equation for multi-line?

2018-05-19 Thread David L. Johnson
On Sat, 19 May 2018 18:35:25 +0200
Jean-Marc Lasgouttes <lasgout...@lyx.org> wrote:

> Le 19/05/2018 à 16:08, David L. Johnson a écrit :
> > I would prefer to have it go into the eqnarry environment rather
> > than AMS align, or at least default to three columns rather than 2,
> > with the = in the middle.  That way, following lines will have the
> > = sign aligned, which IMO is how it should be.  
> 
> I am not sure that I understand the argument. = signs are aligned
> with "align" environment, aren't they? And the extra spacing added by
> eqnarry is gone, which is a good thing IMO.
> 
> Could you give an example of what you do not like?

Attached.  I have two nonsense displayed equations.  The top is with
align, the bottom with eqnarray.  The extra spacing, as you call it,
justifies the two sides of the equation consistently with eqnarray.  I
think it's easier to read.


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Re: Improvements to splitting math equation for multi-line?

2018-05-19 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

Le 19/05/2018 à 16:08, David L. Johnson a écrit :

I would prefer to have it go into the eqnarry environment rather than
AMS align, or at least default to three columns rather than 2, with the
= in the middle.  That way, following lines will have the = sign
aligned, which IMO is how it should be.


I am not sure that I understand the argument. = signs are aligned with 
"align" environment, aren't they? And the extra spacing added by eqnarry 
is gone, which is a good thing IMO.


Could you give an example of what you do not like?

JMarc


Re: Improvements to splitting math equation for multi-line?

2018-05-19 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

Le 19/05/2018 à 16:08, David L. Johnson a écrit :

But LyX doesn't understand them as delimiters unless they are written
as such.


Since 2.3, LyX knows the class (mathopen, mathclose, matrel...) of the 
insets. This has been used actually to generalize the old code which 
only looked at = sign AFAIU.


JMarc


Re: Improvements to splitting math equation for multi-line?

2018-05-19 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Sat, May 19, 2018 at 03:23:00PM +, David L. Johnson wrote:
> On Sat, 19 May 2018 11:14:16 -0400
> Scott Kostyshak  wrote:
> 
> > > I would prefer to have it go into the eqnarry environment rather
> > > than AMS align, or at least default to three columns rather than 2,
> > > with the = in the middle.  That way, following lines will have the
> > > = sign aligned, which IMO is how it should be.  
> > 
> > If you set amsmath to "Do not Load" in Document > Settings > Math
> > Options, the default will be an eqnarray.
> 
> Well, I can't do that.

Sorry, I should have mentioned that it was a hack that probably wouldn't
work for your setup.

Scott


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Re: Improvements to splitting math equation for multi-line?

2018-05-19 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Sat, May 19, 2018 at 01:02:05PM +, Joel Kulesza wrote:
> On Fri, May 18, 2018 at 11:04 PM, Scott Kostyshak <skost...@lyx.org> wrote:
> 
> > When in a math display equation, if you press "ctrl + return", LyX will
> > turn it into a multi-line equation. I think the default is an "align"
> > environment. To do this, LyX tries "split" your current equation into
> > two parts. For example, if the equation is:
> >
> >   y = 3x + 5
> >
> > LyX guesses that you want "y" on the left box, and "= 3x + 5" in the
> > right box. In other words, it splits on the "=" sign.
> >
> > Do you use this feature?
> 
> 
> Yes.  For an example of some of the equations I contend with, please see
> the attached (particularly slides 15–20).  Breaking and fine-tuning
> equations has become a way of life.  Also, you can see why I'm reluctant to
> typeset these in raw LaTeX and prefer a utility like LyX... :-)

Ah yes that is a lot.

> > Are there any improvements that you can think
> > of?
> 
> 
> Things that aggravate me / improvements I'd propose (not necessarily in
> order):
> 
>1. I'm usually splitting equations because they are long.  If I use
>multiline, only one equation number is kept and kept in the bottom row of
>the equation.  However, if I use splitting as described here (or manually
>select "align" a priori because I know the equations lend themselves to
>this appearance), I have to manually toggle on/off equation numbers so that
>one, multi-line aligned, equation is properly numbered.  For complex/busy
>equations, this can be overlooked.  I don't have a good solution, but if
>something better were done to handle this, I'd be *quite* happy.

That does sound like it could be improved.

>2. If I'm within a set of delimiters, and break the equation as
>described, I'd like the break to happen at the cursor and to have the
>matched set of delimiters split into two unmatched sets with the proper
>open/close delimiters and a matching "None".  At present, I do this
>manipulation manually; however, if I have to reformat the equation, this
>can lead to lots of jousting with delimiters.

That is a good idea, and consistent with what JMarc suggested (of
splitting at the cursor). I see there's lots of room for improvement.

> If you recall, dealing with
>this situation lead to my first LyX code contribution (within the Insert
>delimiter dialog), so you can see that it's something I deal with
>frequently.

Ah I had forgotten about that.

> 
> I haven't looked at the code yet, but I'm considering trying to
> > improve the algorithm for splitting. My personal use case is that I
> > often have expressions of the form
> >
> >   P(X < 3) = 2
> >
> > Currently LyX splits this on the "<". I would like to have the algorithm
> > prioritize a relation character that is outside of delimiters.
> >
> 
> What happens if you use matched parenthesis (Ctrl-M, "(" in the math editor
> on macOS) rather than statically written ones (individually typing "(" and
> ")")?  If I used matched parenthesis (on macOS, at least), the break
> happens before the equal sign.  Unmatched, yes, the break happens before
> "<".  Note that I always use matched delimiters as a matter of course
> because, for me, it's highly probable that whatever is within them will
> cause them to grow in height.

Makes sense. I often forget to use the, but I should get in the habit.

Thanks,

Scott


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Re: Improvements to splitting math equation for multi-line?

2018-05-19 Thread David L. Johnson
On Sat, 19 May 2018 11:14:16 -0400
Scott Kostyshak  wrote:

> > I would prefer to have it go into the eqnarry environment rather
> > than AMS align, or at least default to three columns rather than 2,
> > with the = in the middle.  That way, following lines will have the
> > = sign aligned, which IMO is how it should be.  
> 
> If you set amsmath to "Do not Load" in Document > Settings > Math
> Options, the default will be an eqnarray.

Well, I can't do that.

-- 

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Department of Mathematics
Lehigh University


Re: Improvements to splitting math equation for multi-line?

2018-05-19 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Sat, May 19, 2018 at 02:08:43PM +, David L. Johnson wrote:
> On Sat, 19 May 2018 01:04:31 -0400
> Scott Kostyshak <skost...@lyx.org> wrote:
> 
> > When in a math display equation, if you press "ctrl + return", LyX
> > will turn it into a multi-line equation. I think the default is an
> > "align" environment. To do this, LyX tries "split" your current
> > equation into two parts. For example, if the equation is:
> > 
> >   y = 3x + 5
> > 
> > LyX guesses that you want "y" on the left box, and "= 3x + 5" in the
> > right box. In other words, it splits on the "=" sign.
> > 
> > Do you use this feature? Are there any improvements that you can think
> > of? 
> 
> I would prefer to have it go into the eqnarry environment rather than
> AMS align, or at least default to three columns rather than 2, with the
> = in the middle.  That way, following lines will have the = sign
> aligned, which IMO is how it should be.

If you set amsmath to "Do not Load" in Document > Settings > Math
Options, the default will be an eqnarray.

>  I haven't looked at the code yet, but I'm considering trying to
> > improve the algorithm for splitting. My personal use case is that I
> > often have expressions of the form
> > 
> >   P(X < 3) = 2
> > 
> > Currently LyX splits this on the "<". 
> 
> Well, you could prevent that by replacing "P(X<3)=2" with
> "P\left(X<3\right)=2", which is easy to do in LyX.  It also looks
> better.

You are right. I usually just forget to use the smart parentheses.
> 
>  I would like to have
> the
> > algorithm prioritize a relation character that is outside of
> > delimiters.
> 
> But LyX doesn't understand them as delimiters unless they are written
> as such.

True.

Scott


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Re: Improvements to splitting math equation for multi-line?

2018-05-19 Thread David L. Johnson
On Sat, 19 May 2018 01:04:31 -0400
Scott Kostyshak <skost...@lyx.org> wrote:

> When in a math display equation, if you press "ctrl + return", LyX
> will turn it into a multi-line equation. I think the default is an
> "align" environment. To do this, LyX tries "split" your current
> equation into two parts. For example, if the equation is:
> 
>   y = 3x + 5
> 
> LyX guesses that you want "y" on the left box, and "= 3x + 5" in the
> right box. In other words, it splits on the "=" sign.
> 
> Do you use this feature? Are there any improvements that you can think
> of? 

I would prefer to have it go into the eqnarry environment rather than
AMS align, or at least default to three columns rather than 2, with the
= in the middle.  That way, following lines will have the = sign
aligned, which IMO is how it should be.

 I haven't looked at the code yet, but I'm considering trying to
> improve the algorithm for splitting. My personal use case is that I
> often have expressions of the form
> 
>   P(X < 3) = 2
> 
> Currently LyX splits this on the "<". 

Well, you could prevent that by replacing "P(X<3)=2" with
"P\left(X<3\right)=2", which is easy to do in LyX.  It also looks
better.

 I would like to have
the
> algorithm prioritize a relation character that is outside of
> delimiters.

But LyX doesn't understand them as delimiters unless they are written
as such.


-- 

David L. Johnson
Department of Mathematics
Lehigh University


Re: Fwd: Improvements to splitting math equation for multi-line?

2018-05-19 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

Le 19/05/2018 à 13:46, Hal Kierstead a écrit :
I use this all the time. The slider would be useful as I often end up 
cutting and pasting. But I do not need the graphics; an easy way to 
insert the “&” at the right place would be great.


Indeed a "split here" would be good. The automatic detection is a hack, 
and I am not sure it is the best solution. A solution would be to split 
at the point where the cursor is, but maybe not add a new line when 
transforming from display equation to 1-line align.


JMarc


Fwd: Improvements to splitting math equation for multi-line?

2018-05-19 Thread Hal Kierstead
>>> When in a math display equation, if you press "ctrl + return", LyX will
>>> turn it into a multi-line equation. I think the default is an "align"
>>> environment. To do this, LyX tries "split" your current equation into
>>> two parts. For example, if the equation is:
>>> 
>>>  y = 3x + 5
>>> 
>>> LyX guesses that you want "y" on the left box, and "= 3x + 5" in the
>>> right box. In other words, it splits on the "=" sign.
>>> 
>>> Do you use this feature? Are there any improvements that you can think
>>> of? I haven't looked at the code yet, but I'm considering trying to
>>> improve the algorithm for splitting. My personal use case is that I
>>> often have expressions of the form
>>> 
>>>  P(X < 3) = 2
>>> 
>>> Currently LyX splits this on the "<". I would like to have the algorithm
>>> prioritize a relation character that is outside of delimiters.
>>> 
>>> Before I look at the code, I want to see if anyone else has a desired
>>> improvement to how LyX currently splits.
>>> 
>>> Scott

> Begin forwarded message:
> 
> From: Scott Kostyshak <skost...@lyx.org>
> Subject: Re: Improvements to splitting math equation for multi-line?
> Date: May 18, 2018 at 10:44:12 PM MST
> To: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
> 
> On Sat, May 19, 2018 at 05:39:09AM +, Baris Erkus wrote:
> 
>> I may recommend to develop a tool where you can slide the location of "&" in 
>> the equation. Something like tab sign in Word.
> 
> I can see how that would be useful, especially for when there are many
> lines. I think it is too ambitious for what I'm planning on working on
> (hopefully I can limit my edits to the function that does the
> splitting), but I think I would like the feature you mention also.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Scott

I use this all the time. The slider would be useful as I often end up cutting 
and pasting. But I do not need the graphics; an easy way to insert the “&” at 
the right place would be great.

Re: Improvements to splitting math equation for multi-line?

2018-05-18 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Sat, May 19, 2018 at 05:39:09AM +, Baris Erkus wrote:

> I may recommend to develop a tool where you can slide the location of "&" in 
> the equation. Something like tab sign in Word.

I can see how that would be useful, especially for when there are many
lines. I think it is too ambitious for what I'm planning on working on
(hopefully I can limit my edits to the function that does the
splitting), but I think I would like the feature you mention also.

Thanks,

Scott


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Re: Improvements to splitting math equation for multi-line?

2018-05-18 Thread Baris Erkus


On 5/19/2018 8:04 AM, Scott Kostyshak wrote:

When in a math display equation, if you press "ctrl + return", LyX will
turn it into a multi-line equation. I think the default is an "align"
environment. To do this, LyX tries "split" your current equation into
two parts. For example, if the equation is:

  y = 3x + 5

LyX guesses that you want "y" on the left box, and "= 3x + 5" in the
right box. In other words, it splits on the "=" sign.

Do you use this feature? Are there any improvements that you can think
of? I haven't looked at the code yet, but I'm considering trying to
improve the algorithm for splitting. My personal use case is that I
often have expressions of the form

  P(X < 3) = 2

Currently LyX splits this on the "<". I would like to have the algorithm
prioritize a relation character that is outside of delimiters.

Before I look at the code, I want to see if anyone else has a desired
improvement to how LyX currently splits.

Scott


I may recommend to develop a tool where you can slide the location of "&" in 
the equation. Something like tab sign in Word.
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Improvements to splitting math equation for multi-line?

2018-05-18 Thread Scott Kostyshak
When in a math display equation, if you press "ctrl + return", LyX will
turn it into a multi-line equation. I think the default is an "align"
environment. To do this, LyX tries "split" your current equation into
two parts. For example, if the equation is:

  y = 3x + 5

LyX guesses that you want "y" on the left box, and "= 3x + 5" in the
right box. In other words, it splits on the "=" sign.

Do you use this feature? Are there any improvements that you can think
of? I haven't looked at the code yet, but I'm considering trying to
improve the algorithm for splitting. My personal use case is that I
often have expressions of the form

  P(X < 3) = 2

Currently LyX splits this on the "<". I would like to have the algorithm
prioritize a relation character that is outside of delimiters.

Before I look at the code, I want to see if anyone else has a desired
improvement to how LyX currently splits.

Scott


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Re: Equation Center Alignment Relative to Beamer Frame

2017-04-06 Thread Joel Kulesza
On Thu, Apr 6, 2017 at 8:32 AM, Paul A. Rubin  wrote:

> So it's true: great minds think alike!


Indeed, I played with negative spaces previously but didn't get anything
useful.  I was hoping there might be a more elegant, e.g., preamble-only,
approach to redefine spacings for equations.  Regardless, I hadn't tried
inserting into the following item but rather before the restart of the
itemization.  If switching environments and negative spacing is the agreed
upon approach I'll see what I can cobble together into a module.

Thanks again,
Joel


Re: Equation Center Alignment Relative to Beamer Frame

2017-04-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin

On 04/06/2017 10:23 AM, Rich Shepard wrote:

On Thu, 6 Apr 2017, Joel Kulesza wrote:


A minor complaint (and why I didn't go this route originally), the
vertical spacing before/after the second equation is not consistent
because of going between "standard" and "itemize". It's subtle, but is
there a known fix?


Joel,

  What I would do is insert \vspace{Nmm} between the two lines, using a
negative value to decrease the space if necessary.

Rich


So it's true: great minds think alike!

Paul



Re: Equation Center Alignment Relative to Beamer Frame

2017-04-06 Thread Rich Shepard

On Thu, 6 Apr 2017, Joel Kulesza wrote:


A minor complaint (and why I didn't go this route originally), the
vertical spacing before/after the second equation is not consistent
because of going between "standard" and "itemize". It's subtle, but is
there a known fix?


Joel,

  What I would do is insert \vspace{Nmm} between the two lines, using a
negative value to decrease the space if necessary.

Rich



Re: Equation Center Alignment Relative to Beamer Frame

2017-04-06 Thread Joel Kulesza
On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 2:55 PM, Paul A. Rubin <parubi...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I don't know if there's a module for this, but it's not hard to do. The
> first key is that you'll want the display mode math in a Standard, rather
> then Itemize (or Enumerate), environment to get it to center properly.
>
> As to what comes next, if it's the last thing in the last item, just
> soldier on. If it's the last thing in what is not the last item, just start
> a new Itemize environment. Where it gets interesting is if the math is in
> the middle of an item. In that case, get out of the item and into a
> standard environment, do the math, and then to resume the item start a new
> Itemize environment, do Insert > Custom Item, and leave the Custom Item
> inset empty (which suppresses the unwanted bullet). I've attached a small
> example.
>
> For math in the middle of an enumeration, the story is almost the same,
> the difference being that you will need to load the Beamer Resumable
> Enumerate module and use an Enumerate-Resume environment after itemize with
> the custom inset to resume enumerating with the next number.
>
> If this is a frequent issue, you might consider writing either a module or
> a macro for it (unless, of course, one already exists).
>

Thank you for your explanation and worked example (I really appreciate it
when people take the time to demonstrate a fix).  A minor complaint (and
why I didn't go this route originally), the vertical spacing before/after
the second equation is not consistent because of going between "standard"
and "itemize".  It's subtle, but is there a known fix?  I'm reluctant to
get into playing with hard-coded spacings in the preamble, but I'm willing
to if that's what it takes.

Once these types of items are hammered out, I'll create a submodule (and
will submit it to be considered for inclusion in future versions).

Thanks again (for this and your help to others that is very useful to learn
from).

Best regards,
Joel


Re: Equation Center Alignment Relative to Beamer Frame

2017-04-05 Thread Paul A. Rubin

On 04/05/2017 04:20 PM, Joel Kulesza wrote:

Colleagues:

My goal is to have equations on a Beamer frame center-aligned relative 
to the frame and not the indent level of the current environment.


This issue is surprisingly hard to search for (e.g., most discussion 
addresses equation alignment with things such as \align).  One 
approach I located is described at: 
http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/11606/how-can-i-center-text-math-inside-a-list-environment


Is there built-in (or a suggested implementation of) functionality to 
produce the desired behavior?


Thank you,
Joel
I don't know if there's a module for this, but it's not hard to do. The 
first key is that you'll want the display mode math in a Standard, 
rather then Itemize (or Enumerate), environment to get it to center 
properly.


As to what comes next, if it's the last thing in the last item, just 
soldier on. If it's the last thing in what is not the last item, just 
start a new Itemize environment. Where it gets interesting is if the 
math is in the middle of an item. In that case, get out of the item and 
into a standard environment, do the math, and then to resume the item 
start a new Itemize environment, do Insert > Custom Item, and leave the 
Custom Item inset empty (which suppresses the unwanted bullet). I've 
attached a small example.


For math in the middle of an enumeration, the story is almost the same, 
the difference being that you will need to load the Beamer Resumable 
Enumerate module and use an Enumerate-Resume environment after itemize 
with the custom inset to resume enumerating with the next number.


If this is a frequent issue, you might consider writing either a module 
or a macro for it (unless, of course, one already exists).


Paul


item_math.lyx
Description: application/lyx


Equation Center Alignment Relative to Beamer Frame

2017-04-05 Thread Joel Kulesza
Colleagues:

My goal is to have equations on a Beamer frame center-aligned relative to
the frame and not the indent level of the current environment.

This issue is surprisingly hard to search for (e.g., most discussion
addresses equation alignment with things such as \align).  One approach I
located is described at:
http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/11606/how-can-i-center-text-math-inside-a-list-environment

Is there built-in (or a suggested implementation of) functionality to
produce the desired behavior?

Thank you,
Joel


Re: How can one box a equation with a specified color?

2016-10-11 Thread Paul Smith
Thanks, Edu.

Meanwhile, I found out a solution with

\fcolorbox

Paul


On Tue, Oct 11, 2016 at 10:44 PM, edu Gpl <mandrivagn...@gmail.com> wrote:
> add this code in Document setting > local layou:
> 
> Style Law
>
> Category MainText
>
> Margin Static
>
> LatexType Environment
>
> LatexName bluec
>
> NextNoIndent 1
>
> LeftMargin MMM
>
> RightMargin MMM
>
> ParIndent MM
>
> ParSkip 0
>
> ItemSep 0
>
> TopSep 0.5
>
> BottomSep 0.5
>
> ParSep 0
>
> Align Block
>
> AlignPossible Block, Left, Right, Center
>
> Preamble
>
> \usepackage{mdframed}
>
> \usepackage{xcolor}
>
> \newenvironment{bluec}
>
> {\begin{mdframed}[backgroundcolor=blue!10,linecolor=blue!10,roundcorner=10pt]\quotation}
>
> {\endquotation\end{mdframed}}
>
> EndPreamble
>
> End
>
> %
>
>
>
> regards
>
> 2016-10-12 0:17 GMT+03:00 Paul Smith <phh...@gmail.com>:
>>
>> Dear All,
>>
>> How can one box a equation with a specified color?
>>
>> Thanks in advance,
>>
>> Paul
>
>


Re: How can one box a equation with a specified color?

2016-10-11 Thread edu Gpl
whith my solution you put the code 1 time, but with your solution you add
the code every time.

regards

2016-10-12 0:54 GMT+03:00 Paul Smith <phh...@gmail.com>:

> Thanks, Edu.
>
> Meanwhile, I found out a solution with
>
> \fcolorbox
>
> Paul
>
>
> On Tue, Oct 11, 2016 at 10:44 PM, edu Gpl <mandrivagn...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > add this code in Document setting > local layou:
> > 
> > Style Law
> >
> > Category MainText
> >
> > Margin Static
> >
> > LatexType Environment
> >
> > LatexName bluec
> >
> > NextNoIndent 1
> >
> > LeftMargin MMM
> >
> > RightMargin MMM
> >
> > ParIndent MM
> >
> > ParSkip 0
> >
> > ItemSep 0
> >
> > TopSep 0.5
> >
> > BottomSep 0.5
> >
> > ParSep 0
> >
> > Align Block
> >
> > AlignPossible Block, Left, Right, Center
> >
> > Preamble
> >
> > \usepackage{mdframed}
> >
> > \usepackage{xcolor}
> >
> > \newenvironment{bluec}
> >
> > {\begin{mdframed}[backgroundcolor=blue!10,linecolor=blue!10,roundcorner=
> 10pt]\quotation}
> >
> > {\endquotation\end{mdframed}}
> >
> > EndPreamble
> >
> > End
> >
> > %
> >
> >
> >
> > regards
> >
> > 2016-10-12 0:17 GMT+03:00 Paul Smith <phh...@gmail.com>:
> >>
> >> Dear All,
> >>
> >> How can one box a equation with a specified color?
> >>
> >> Thanks in advance,
> >>
> >> Paul
> >
> >
>


Re: How can one box a equation with a specified color?

2016-10-11 Thread edu Gpl
add this code in Document setting > local layou:

Style Law

Category MainText

Margin Static

LatexType Environment

LatexName bluec

NextNoIndent 1

LeftMargin MMM

RightMargin MMM

ParIndent MM

ParSkip 0

ItemSep 0

TopSep 0.5

BottomSep 0.5

ParSep 0

Align Block

AlignPossible Block, Left, Right, Center

Preamble

\usepackage{mdframed}

\usepackage{xcolor}

\newenvironment{bluec}

{\begin{mdframed}[backgroundcolor=blue!10,linecolor=blue!10,roundcorner=10pt]\quotation}

{\endquotation\end{mdframed}}

EndPreamble

End

%



regards

2016-10-12 0:17 GMT+03:00 Paul Smith <phh...@gmail.com>:

> Dear All,
>
> How can one box a equation with a specified color?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Paul
>


How can one box a equation with a specified color?

2016-10-11 Thread Paul Smith
Dear All,

How can one box a equation with a specified color?

Thanks in advance,

Paul


Re: Bad equation renderings

2016-04-17 Thread Les
On Fri, 15 Apr 2016 10:07:06 -0700
Tim Wescott  wrote:

> A reader contacted me asking why I left out the equals signs in the
> equations.  It turned out that the equals signs did not render
> correctly in his web reader plug-in, but did render correctly in the
> related stand-alone reader. 

Tim,

Whenever something like this happens I immediately wonder about whether
all the fonts are embedded in the PDF. If I check with Image Viewer
(I'm using Linux Mint), I get the reassuring message "All fonts are
either standard or embedded", with ten unexceptional Type 1 fonts, all
with Embedded subsets. And one Type 3 "No name" font described as
Embedded, not Embedded subset. The equations do render correctly with
this viewer, and with the Chrome viewer.

If I open the downloaded file with Acrobat Reader 9, it renders
correctly, but the Type 3 font is described as"

F56
Type: Type 3
Encoding: Custom
Actual Font: F56
Actual Font Type: Type 3

There is no mention of it being embedded.

I don't know where this font is coming from in your document, but it
may be the problem.

None of the viewers I tried had any problems with correctly displaying
your PDF.

Les

-- 
L. R. Denham


Re: Bad equation renderings

2016-04-16 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2016-04-15, Tim Wescott wrote:

> [-- Type: text/plain, Encoding: 7bit --]

> I posted this paper to my website yesterday:
> http://wescottdesign.com/articles/pid/pidWithoutAPhd.pdf.

> A reader contacted me asking why I left out the equals signs in the
> equations.  It turned out that the equals signs did not render correctly
> in his web reader plug-in, but did render correctly in the related
> stand-alone reader.  Here's what he said:

> "Hi,

> I'm attaching bmps of screenshots to this message, showing the bad
> rendering. This is through the Foxit add-on to the Firefox browser.
> I just downloaded the file, rather than looking at it in the browser,
> and when the file is opened by Foxit, the equals signs show up just
> fine."

> This isn't a problem with Lyx per se., but (likely) some interaction
> between tex2pdf, the Foxit software, and possibly the guy's screen
> resolution.  But -- you guys are smart, so I'm asking you if you (A)
> know what's going on, and (B) have any suggestions for how I could work
> around this for Foxit users without making my pdf files too ugly for
> normal humans to want to read.

I assume you are speaking about LyX-produced PDF output, right?

My guess is, that the user used a resolution/magnification so small, that
the thickness of the lines in = was rounded to 0 by the software.

There is no easy cure, some suggestions:

* whenever details are missing, magnify the document and see whether they
  turn up.
  
* use a font with bolder symbols (e.g. newtxmath)

* use a larger font size (Document>Settings>Fonts>Base Size)

Günter



Re: Bad equation renderings

2016-04-15 Thread Joel Kulesza
The equal sign shows up well for me in both Chrome and Safari.  I've had
good luck with Foxit on Windows; however, I suspect this is can be blamed
on it.

It might be interesting to force embedding the fonts in the PDF and see if
the user can see the equal signs then.

On Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 4:29 PM, Scott Kostyshak  wrote:

> On Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 11:40:24PM +0530, Madhusudan Singh wrote:
> > Have you considered the use of MathJax?
> >
> > If your math is web only, that is a compelling alternative.
> > On Apr 15, 2016 10:37 PM, "Tim Wescott"  wrote:
> >
> > > I posted this paper to my website yesterday:
> > > http://wescottdesign.com/articles/pid/pidWithoutAPhd.pdf.
> > >
> > > A reader contacted me asking why I left out the equals signs in the
> > > equations.  It turned out that the equals signs did not render
> correctly
> > > in his web reader plug-in, but did render correctly in the related
> > > stand-alone reader.  Here's what he said:
> > >
> > > "Hi,
> > >
> > > I'm attaching bmps of screenshots to this message, showing the bad
> > > rendering. This is through the Foxit add-on to the Firefox browser.
> > > I just downloaded the file, rather than looking at it in the browser,
> > > and when the file is opened by Foxit, the equals signs show up just
> > > fine."
> > >
> > > This isn't a problem with Lyx per se., but (likely) some interaction
> > > between tex2pdf, the Foxit software, and possibly the guy's screen
> > > resolution.  But -- you guys are smart, so I'm asking you if you (A)
> > > know what's going on, and (B) have any suggestions for how I could work
> > > around this for Foxit users without making my pdf files too ugly for
> > > normal humans to want to read.
>
> I don't have an idea of how to fix the problem, but in case it helps:
> the equals signs show fine for me in Chromium.
>
> Scott
>


Re: Bad equation renderings

2016-04-15 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 11:40:24PM +0530, Madhusudan Singh wrote:
> Have you considered the use of MathJax?
> 
> If your math is web only, that is a compelling alternative.
> On Apr 15, 2016 10:37 PM, "Tim Wescott"  wrote:
> 
> > I posted this paper to my website yesterday:
> > http://wescottdesign.com/articles/pid/pidWithoutAPhd.pdf.
> >
> > A reader contacted me asking why I left out the equals signs in the
> > equations.  It turned out that the equals signs did not render correctly
> > in his web reader plug-in, but did render correctly in the related
> > stand-alone reader.  Here's what he said:
> >
> > "Hi,
> >
> > I'm attaching bmps of screenshots to this message, showing the bad
> > rendering. This is through the Foxit add-on to the Firefox browser.
> > I just downloaded the file, rather than looking at it in the browser,
> > and when the file is opened by Foxit, the equals signs show up just
> > fine."
> >
> > This isn't a problem with Lyx per se., but (likely) some interaction
> > between tex2pdf, the Foxit software, and possibly the guy's screen
> > resolution.  But -- you guys are smart, so I'm asking you if you (A)
> > know what's going on, and (B) have any suggestions for how I could work
> > around this for Foxit users without making my pdf files too ugly for
> > normal humans to want to read.

I don't have an idea of how to fix the problem, but in case it helps:
the equals signs show fine for me in Chromium.

Scott


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Re: Bad equation renderings

2016-04-15 Thread Madhusudan Singh
Have you considered the use of MathJax?

If your math is web only, that is a compelling alternative.
On Apr 15, 2016 10:37 PM, "Tim Wescott"  wrote:

> I posted this paper to my website yesterday:
> http://wescottdesign.com/articles/pid/pidWithoutAPhd.pdf.
>
> A reader contacted me asking why I left out the equals signs in the
> equations.  It turned out that the equals signs did not render correctly
> in his web reader plug-in, but did render correctly in the related
> stand-alone reader.  Here's what he said:
>
> "Hi,
>
> I'm attaching bmps of screenshots to this message, showing the bad
> rendering. This is through the Foxit add-on to the Firefox browser.
> I just downloaded the file, rather than looking at it in the browser,
> and when the file is opened by Foxit, the equals signs show up just
> fine."
>
> This isn't a problem with Lyx per se., but (likely) some interaction
> between tex2pdf, the Foxit software, and possibly the guy's screen
> resolution.  But -- you guys are smart, so I'm asking you if you (A)
> know what's going on, and (B) have any suggestions for how I could work
> around this for Foxit users without making my pdf files too ugly for
> normal humans to want to read.
>
> Thanks!
>
> --
>
> Tim Wescott
> www.wescottdesign.com
> Control & Communications systems, circuit & software design.
> Phone: 503.631.7815
> Cell:  503.349.8432
>
>


Re: Equation numbering variants

2015-12-16 Thread Franci Žižek
Paul A. Rubin  msu.edu> writes:
 
> I'm going to assume that you want the marked equations not to interrupt the
> equation numbering scheme. In other words, you want (2.3.3)DELTA consecutive
> between (2.3.2) and (2.3.4), rather than having both a (2.3.3) and a
> (2.3.3)DELTA.
> 
> Create a math macro (Insert > Math > Macro), name it something like \mytag,
> and fill the TeX code slot with
> 
> \stepcounter{equation}\tag{\theequation\Delta}
> 
> and the LyX display slot with ?\Delta?. There's nothing sacred about what
> goes in the LyX slot; feel free to change it at will. More about that in a
> second.
> 
> Then, in any equation you want to flag, just type \mytag in the equation
> body. LyX will display ?\Delta? (or whatever you substituted) in the
> equation, and will annotate the equation number correctly in the output. If
> you leave the LyX portion of the macro empty, LyX will expand the macro
> inside the equation. That still works, but it makes for some remarkably ugly
> equations in the LyX GUI.
> 
> Paul
> 

Thank you Paul!

I tried it and it works good. I see what you mean with the Lyx portion of
the macro - it is only for my reference.

But the DELTA is inside the round brackets. Is there a way to have it
outside the brackets?

Franci




Re: Equation numbering variants

2015-12-16 Thread Guillaume Munch

Le 16/12/2015 23:05, Franci Žižek a écrit :

Paul A. Rubin  msu.edu> writes:


I'm going to assume that you want the marked equations not to interrupt the
equation numbering scheme. In other words, you want (2.3.3)DELTA consecutive
between (2.3.2) and (2.3.4), rather than having both a (2.3.3) and a
(2.3.3)DELTA.

Create a math macro (Insert > Math > Macro), name it something like \mytag,
and fill the TeX code slot with

\stepcounter{equation}\tag{\theequation\Delta}

and the LyX display slot with ?\Delta?. There's nothing sacred about what
goes in the LyX slot; feel free to change it at will. More about that in a
second.

Then, in any equation you want to flag, just type \mytag in the equation
body. LyX will display ?\Delta? (or whatever you substituted) in the
equation, and will annotate the equation number correctly in the output. If
you leave the LyX portion of the macro empty, LyX will expand the macro
inside the equation. That still works, but it makes for some remarkably ugly
equations in the LyX GUI.

Paul



Thank you Paul!

I tried it and it works good. I see what you mean with the Lyx portion of
the macro - it is only for my reference.

But the DELTA is inside the round brackets. Is there a way to have it
outside the brackets?



Use \tag* instead: \stepcounter{equation}\tag*{(\theequation)\Delta}

Guillaume



Re: Equation numbering variants

2015-12-16 Thread Franci Žižek
> Use \tag* instead: \stepcounter{equation}\tag*{(\theequation)\Delta}
> 
> Guillaume
> 

Beautiful! Thank you Guillaume!

Best regards






Re: Equation numbering variants

2015-12-15 Thread Paul A . Rubin
Franci Žižek  gmail.com> writes:

> 
> Hi
> 
> Can someone give me a hint how I could create a different equation numbering
> variant?
> 
> Currently all my equations are numbered like: (2.3.2)
> 
> For some select equations I would like this to change to: (2.3.3)Δ
> The counting is continuous, some equations just have an additional DELTA at
> the end.
> 
> Any help is appreciated.
> 
> Franci Žižek

I'm going to assume that you want the marked equations not to interrupt the
equation numbering scheme. In other words, you want (2.3.3)DELTA consecutive
between (2.3.2) and (2.3.4), rather than having both a (2.3.3) and a
(2.3.3)DELTA.

Create a math macro (Insert > Math > Macro), name it something like \mytag,
and fill the TeX code slot with

\stepcounter{equation}\tag{\theequation\Delta}

and the LyX display slot with ?\Delta?. There's nothing sacred about what
goes in the LyX slot; feel free to change it at will. More about that in a
second.

Then, in any equation you want to flag, just type \mytag in the equation
body. LyX will display ?\Delta? (or whatever you substituted) in the
equation, and will annotate the equation number correctly in the output. If
you leave the LyX portion of the macro empty, LyX will expand the macro
inside the equation. That still works, but it makes for some remarkably ugly
equations in the LyX GUI.

Paul


Equation numbering variants

2015-12-13 Thread Franci Žižek
Hi

Can someone give me a hint how I could create a different equation numbering
variant?

Currently all my equations are numbered like: (2.3.2)

For some select equations I would like this to change to: (2.3.3)Δ
The counting is continuous, some equations just have an additional DELTA at
the end.

Any help is appreciated.

Franci Žižek

how can i set up a shortcut for equation label?

2015-08-10 Thread Chen Lian
Hi there,

I need to use the function of equation labelling everyday. How can i set up a 
shortcut for it? I google a lot and fail to find a solution. Thanks a lot!

Best,
Chen

Re: how can i set up a shortcut for equation label?

2015-08-10 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Mon, Aug 10, 2015 at 12:58 PM, Chen Lian zplg...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi there,

 I need to use the function of equation labelling everyday. How can i set up a 
 shortcut for it? I google a lot and fail to find a solution. Thanks a lot!

 Best,
 Chen

Hi Chen,

See the answer here. It is written in a general way so that you can
find out how to make shorcuts for many different LyX actions.

http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/208510/lyx-commands-to-insert-wysiwyg-horizontal-line-for-keyboard-shortcut/208531#208531

Best,

Scott


Re: how can i set up a shortcut for equation label?

2015-08-10 Thread gadmm

Dear Chen,

See in Preferences  Keyboard shortcuts. The action is label-insert and 
you can define a shortcut of your choice for it. In your case you will 
find label-copy-as-reference useful too, to later paste the reference.


GM


Le 10/08/2015 17:58, Chen Lian a écrit :

Hi there,

I need to use the function of equation labelling everyday. How can i set up a 
shortcut for it? I google a lot and fail to find a solution. Thanks a lot!

Best,
Chen






how can i set up a shortcut for equation label?

2015-08-10 Thread Chen Lian
Hi there,

I need to use the function of equation labelling everyday. How can i set up a 
shortcut for it? I google a lot and fail to find a solution. Thanks a lot!

Best,
Chen

Re: how can i set up a shortcut for equation label?

2015-08-10 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Mon, Aug 10, 2015 at 12:58 PM, Chen Lian <zplg...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi there,
>
> I need to use the function of equation labelling everyday. How can i set up a 
> shortcut for it? I google a lot and fail to find a solution. Thanks a lot!
>
> Best,
> Chen

Hi Chen,

See the answer here. It is written in a general way so that you can
find out how to make shorcuts for many different LyX actions.

http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/208510/lyx-commands-to-insert-wysiwyg-horizontal-line-for-keyboard-shortcut/208531#208531

Best,

Scott


Re: how can i set up a shortcut for equation label?

2015-08-10 Thread gadmm

Dear Chen,

See in Preferences > Keyboard shortcuts. The action is label-insert and 
you can define a shortcut of your choice for it. In your case you will 
find label-copy-as-reference useful too, to later paste the reference.


GM


Le 10/08/2015 17:58, Chen Lian a écrit :

Hi there,

I need to use the function of equation labelling everyday. How can i set up a 
shortcut for it? I google a lot and fail to find a solution. Thanks a lot!

Best,
Chen






Re: Copy LaTeX source of an equation

2015-05-26 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Tue, May 26, 2015 at 8:13 PM, Marduk Bolaños mardu...@mac.com wrote:
 I would like to copy the LaTeX source of an equation to the clipboard
 without having to open the source pane.

This should work from within LyX. Simply select the math inset and
copy it. Then you should get the LaTeX code on the clipboard (minus
the $$ signs).

Liviu



 If this is not possible without
 modification to the source code of LyX, at least I would like to know
 how to call an arbitrary external script myscript with math-extern. I
 already tried adding the path of myscript to the PATH prefix of LyX
 and also tried putting it in ~/.lyx/scripts. I also used lyx -dbg gui
 and it complained that there is no converter called myscript.

 Thank you!



-- 
Do you think you know what math is?
http://www.ideasroadshow.com/issues/ian-stewart-2013-08-02
Or what it means to be intelligent?
http://www.ideasroadshow.com/issues/john-duncan-2013-08-30
Think again:
http://www.ideasroadshow.com/library


Copy LaTeX source of an equation

2015-05-26 Thread Marduk Bolaños
I would like to copy the LaTeX source of an equation to the clipboard
without having to open the source pane. If this is not possible without
modification to the source code of LyX, at least I would like to know
how to call an arbitrary external script myscript with math-extern. I
already tried adding the path of myscript to the PATH prefix of LyX
and also tried putting it in ~/.lyx/scripts. I also used lyx -dbg gui
and it complained that there is no converter called myscript.

Thank you!


Re: Copy LaTeX source of an equation

2015-05-26 Thread Marduk Bolaños
It works now. Last time I checked (a few months ago) it did not.

Thank you!


Copy LaTeX source of an equation

2015-05-26 Thread Marduk Bolaños
I would like to copy the LaTeX source of an equation to the clipboard
without having to open the source pane. If this is not possible without
modification to the source code of LyX, at least I would like to know
how to call an arbitrary external script myscript with math-extern. I
already tried adding the path of myscript to the PATH prefix of LyX
and also tried putting it in ~/.lyx/scripts. I also used lyx -dbg gui
and it complained that there is no converter called myscript.

Thank you!


Re: Copy LaTeX source of an equation

2015-05-26 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Tue, May 26, 2015 at 8:13 PM, Marduk Bolaños mardu...@mac.com wrote:
 I would like to copy the LaTeX source of an equation to the clipboard
 without having to open the source pane.

This should work from within LyX. Simply select the math inset and
copy it. Then you should get the LaTeX code on the clipboard (minus
the $$ signs).

Liviu



 If this is not possible without
 modification to the source code of LyX, at least I would like to know
 how to call an arbitrary external script myscript with math-extern. I
 already tried adding the path of myscript to the PATH prefix of LyX
 and also tried putting it in ~/.lyx/scripts. I also used lyx -dbg gui
 and it complained that there is no converter called myscript.

 Thank you!



-- 
Do you think you know what math is?
http://www.ideasroadshow.com/issues/ian-stewart-2013-08-02
Or what it means to be intelligent?
http://www.ideasroadshow.com/issues/john-duncan-2013-08-30
Think again:
http://www.ideasroadshow.com/library


Re: Copy LaTeX source of an equation

2015-05-26 Thread Marduk Bolaños
It works now. Last time I checked (a few months ago) it did not.

Thank you!


Copy LaTeX source of an equation

2015-05-26 Thread Marduk Bolaños
I would like to copy the LaTeX source of an equation to the clipboard
without having to open the source pane. If this is not possible without
modification to the source code of LyX, at least I would like to know
how to call an arbitrary external script "myscript" with math-extern. I
already tried adding the path of "myscript" to the PATH prefix of LyX
and also tried putting it in ~/.lyx/scripts. I also used lyx -dbg gui
and it complained that there is no converter called "myscript".

Thank you!


Re: Copy LaTeX source of an equation

2015-05-26 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Tue, May 26, 2015 at 8:13 PM, Marduk Bolaños <mardu...@mac.com> wrote:
> I would like to copy the LaTeX source of an equation to the clipboard
> without having to open the source pane.
>
This should work from within LyX. Simply select the math inset and
copy it. Then you should get the LaTeX code on the clipboard (minus
the $$ signs).

Liviu



> If this is not possible without
> modification to the source code of LyX, at least I would like to know
> how to call an arbitrary external script "myscript" with math-extern. I
> already tried adding the path of "myscript" to the PATH prefix of LyX
> and also tried putting it in ~/.lyx/scripts. I also used lyx -dbg gui
> and it complained that there is no converter called "myscript".
>
> Thank you!



-- 
Do you think you know what math is?
http://www.ideasroadshow.com/issues/ian-stewart-2013-08-02
Or what it means to be intelligent?
http://www.ideasroadshow.com/issues/john-duncan-2013-08-30
Think again:
http://www.ideasroadshow.com/library


Re: Copy LaTeX source of an equation

2015-05-26 Thread Marduk Bolaños
It works now. Last time I checked (a few months ago) it did not.

Thank you!


Bad auto-splitting when switching to equation array

2014-05-31 Thread Christoph Burschka
In a math environment (display or environment), you can switch to an
EqnArray environment with Ctrl Enter or Shift Enter.

If there is already an equation, it will be automatically split into columns
on particular symbols, including = and a few other operators and arrows.

Unfortunately, it passes right over some symbols (such as \coloneqq or
\dblcolon). It also splits on the first symbol, so a = b \Leftrightarrow c
= d will become a=b\Leftrightarrow c=d rather than a=b 
\Leftrightarrow  c=d, but at least that can be avoided with parentheses.

Is there some way to add operators like \coloneqq and \dblcolon to the list
of symbols that equations will be split on?



Bad auto-splitting when switching to equation array

2014-05-31 Thread Christoph Burschka
In a math environment (display or environment), you can switch to an
EqnArray environment with Ctrl Enter or Shift Enter.

If there is already an equation, it will be automatically split into columns
on particular symbols, including = and a few other operators and arrows.

Unfortunately, it passes right over some symbols (such as \coloneqq or
\dblcolon). It also splits on the first symbol, so a = b \Leftrightarrow c
= d will become a=b\Leftrightarrow c=d rather than a=b 
\Leftrightarrow  c=d, but at least that can be avoided with parentheses.

Is there some way to add operators like \coloneqq and \dblcolon to the list
of symbols that equations will be split on?



Bad auto-splitting when switching to equation array

2014-05-31 Thread Christoph Burschka
In a math environment (display or environment), you can switch to an
EqnArray environment with Ctrl Enter or Shift Enter.

If there is already an equation, it will be automatically split into columns
on particular symbols, including "=" and a few other operators and arrows.

Unfortunately, it passes right over some symbols (such as \coloneqq or
\dblcolon). It also splits on the first symbol, so "a = b \Leftrightarrow c
= d" will become "a&=\Leftrightarrow c=d" rather than "a=b &
\Leftrightarrow & c=d", but at least that can be avoided with parentheses.

Is there some way to add operators like \coloneqq and \dblcolon to the list
of symbols that equations will be split on?



Re: resize equation output

2014-04-29 Thread Jacob Bishop
On Tue, Apr 22, 2014 at 1:39 PM, Neal Becker ndbeck...@gmail.com wrote:

 Neal Becker wrote:

  I have the misfortune to be commanded to produce ppt.  So I took one of
 my
  equations, in lyx.  I chose beamer so I get something that'll look good
 on a
  slide.  I put
  \beamertemplatenavigationsymbolsempty
 
  so crop will work.
 
  When exported export/pdf(crop), it looks OK, but it's too small.  I
 import to
  M$ PPT by opening in acroread and copy file to clipboard.
 
  So I need something that'll resize the pdf (or convince lyx/beamer to
 output
  something bigger in the first place).


Not so much a real solution as another hack, but one thing I sometimes
have to do which I see as similar is to import tables and figures produced
in LyX into MS Word or the like. What I do is split the .pdf into separate
pages using pdftk (i.e., $pdftk figures.pdf burst ). Then, I convert the
resulting pages into high res images with convert. I use a command such as:
$convert -colorspace RGB -interlace none -density 800 -quality 100
pg_0003.pdf figure01.jpg

Then, I crop the images as needed. That way, I have the separate images
saved, and they are in a format that plays well with MS.

-Jacob


Re: resize equation output

2014-04-29 Thread Jacob Bishop
On Tue, Apr 22, 2014 at 1:39 PM, Neal Becker ndbeck...@gmail.com wrote:

 Neal Becker wrote:

  I have the misfortune to be commanded to produce ppt.  So I took one of
 my
  equations, in lyx.  I chose beamer so I get something that'll look good
 on a
  slide.  I put
  \beamertemplatenavigationsymbolsempty
 
  so crop will work.
 
  When exported export/pdf(crop), it looks OK, but it's too small.  I
 import to
  M$ PPT by opening in acroread and copy file to clipboard.
 
  So I need something that'll resize the pdf (or convince lyx/beamer to
 output
  something bigger in the first place).


Not so much a real solution as another hack, but one thing I sometimes
have to do which I see as similar is to import tables and figures produced
in LyX into MS Word or the like. What I do is split the .pdf into separate
pages using pdftk (i.e., $pdftk figures.pdf burst ). Then, I convert the
resulting pages into high res images with convert. I use a command such as:
$convert -colorspace RGB -interlace none -density 800 -quality 100
pg_0003.pdf figure01.jpg

Then, I crop the images as needed. That way, I have the separate images
saved, and they are in a format that plays well with MS.

-Jacob


Re: resize equation output

2014-04-29 Thread Jacob Bishop
On Tue, Apr 22, 2014 at 1:39 PM, Neal Becker  wrote:

> Neal Becker wrote:
>
> > I have the misfortune to be commanded to produce ppt.  So I took one of
> my
> > equations, in lyx.  I chose beamer so I get something that'll look good
> on a
> > slide.  I put
> > \beamertemplatenavigationsymbolsempty
> >
> > so crop will work.
> >
> > When exported export/pdf(crop), it looks OK, but it's too small.  I
> import to
> > M$ PPT by opening in acroread and copy file to clipboard.
> >
> > So I need something that'll resize the pdf (or convince lyx/beamer to
> output
> > something bigger in the first place).
>

Not so much a "real" solution as another hack, but one thing I sometimes
have to do which I see as similar is to import tables and figures produced
in LyX into MS Word or the like. What I do is split the .pdf into separate
pages using pdftk (i.e., $pdftk figures.pdf burst ). Then, I convert the
resulting pages into high res images with convert. I use a command such as:
$convert -colorspace RGB -interlace none -density 800 -quality 100
pg_0003.pdf figure01.jpg

Then, I crop the images as needed. That way, I have the separate images
saved, and they are in a format that plays well with MS.

-Jacob


resize equation output

2014-04-22 Thread Neal Becker
I have the misfortune to be commanded to produce ppt.  So I took one of my 
equations, in lyx.  I chose beamer so I get something that'll look good on a 
slide.  I put 
\beamertemplatenavigationsymbolsempty

so crop will work.

When exported export/pdf(crop), it looks OK, but it's too small.  I import to 
M$ 
PPT by opening in acroread and copy file to clipboard.

So I need something that'll resize the pdf (or convince lyx/beamer to output 
something bigger in the first place).

I tried the latter without success.

Putting in preamble
\geometry{paper=a4paper}

didn't seem help.

Finally, I found this magic incantation:

gs -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sPAPERSIZE=a5 -dFIXEDMEDIA -dPDFFitPage -
dCompatibilityLevel=1.4 -o eq1_2.pdf eq1.pdf

Then run through
pdfcrop

Finally, not a bad result (oh, did you want that centered on the slide?)

Any better ideas?



Re: resize equation output

2014-04-22 Thread Neal Becker
Neal Becker wrote:

 I have the misfortune to be commanded to produce ppt.  So I took one of my
 equations, in lyx.  I chose beamer so I get something that'll look good on a
 slide.  I put
 \beamertemplatenavigationsymbolsempty
 
 so crop will work.
 
 When exported export/pdf(crop), it looks OK, but it's too small.  I import to
 M$ PPT by opening in acroread and copy file to clipboard.
 
 So I need something that'll resize the pdf (or convince lyx/beamer to output
 something bigger in the first place).
 
 I tried the latter without success.
 
 Putting in preamble
 \geometry{paper=a4paper}
 
 didn't seem help.
 
 Finally, I found this magic incantation:
 
 gs -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sPAPERSIZE=a5 -dFIXEDMEDIA -dPDFFitPage -
 dCompatibilityLevel=1.4 -o eq1_2.pdf eq1.pdf
 
 Then run through
 pdfcrop
 
 Finally, not a bad result (oh, did you want that centered on the slide?)
 
 Any better ideas?

I found another solution:

\usepackage{pgfpages}
\pgfpagesuselayout{resize to}[a4paper,landscape,border shrink=5mm]

although this is not quite as large as I'd like.  Maybe I can learn the 
pdfpages 
options and improve it.



resize equation output

2014-04-22 Thread Neal Becker
I have the misfortune to be commanded to produce ppt.  So I took one of my 
equations, in lyx.  I chose beamer so I get something that'll look good on a 
slide.  I put 
\beamertemplatenavigationsymbolsempty

so crop will work.

When exported export/pdf(crop), it looks OK, but it's too small.  I import to 
M$ 
PPT by opening in acroread and copy file to clipboard.

So I need something that'll resize the pdf (or convince lyx/beamer to output 
something bigger in the first place).

I tried the latter without success.

Putting in preamble
\geometry{paper=a4paper}

didn't seem help.

Finally, I found this magic incantation:

gs -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sPAPERSIZE=a5 -dFIXEDMEDIA -dPDFFitPage -
dCompatibilityLevel=1.4 -o eq1_2.pdf eq1.pdf

Then run through
pdfcrop

Finally, not a bad result (oh, did you want that centered on the slide?)

Any better ideas?



Re: resize equation output

2014-04-22 Thread Neal Becker
Neal Becker wrote:

 I have the misfortune to be commanded to produce ppt.  So I took one of my
 equations, in lyx.  I chose beamer so I get something that'll look good on a
 slide.  I put
 \beamertemplatenavigationsymbolsempty
 
 so crop will work.
 
 When exported export/pdf(crop), it looks OK, but it's too small.  I import to
 M$ PPT by opening in acroread and copy file to clipboard.
 
 So I need something that'll resize the pdf (or convince lyx/beamer to output
 something bigger in the first place).
 
 I tried the latter without success.
 
 Putting in preamble
 \geometry{paper=a4paper}
 
 didn't seem help.
 
 Finally, I found this magic incantation:
 
 gs -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sPAPERSIZE=a5 -dFIXEDMEDIA -dPDFFitPage -
 dCompatibilityLevel=1.4 -o eq1_2.pdf eq1.pdf
 
 Then run through
 pdfcrop
 
 Finally, not a bad result (oh, did you want that centered on the slide?)
 
 Any better ideas?

I found another solution:

\usepackage{pgfpages}
\pgfpagesuselayout{resize to}[a4paper,landscape,border shrink=5mm]

although this is not quite as large as I'd like.  Maybe I can learn the 
pdfpages 
options and improve it.



resize equation output

2014-04-22 Thread Neal Becker
I have the misfortune to be commanded to produce ppt.  So I took one of my 
equations, in lyx.  I chose beamer so I get something that'll look good on a 
slide.  I put 
\beamertemplatenavigationsymbolsempty

so crop will work.

When exported export/pdf(crop), it looks OK, but it's too small.  I import to 
M$ 
PPT by opening in acroread and copy file to clipboard.

So I need something that'll resize the pdf (or convince lyx/beamer to output 
something bigger in the first place).

I tried the latter without success.

Putting in preamble
\geometry{paper=a4paper}

didn't seem help.

Finally, I found this magic incantation:

gs -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sPAPERSIZE=a5 -dFIXEDMEDIA -dPDFFitPage -
dCompatibilityLevel=1.4 -o eq1_2.pdf eq1.pdf

Then run through
pdfcrop

Finally, not a bad result (oh, did you want that centered on the slide?)

Any better ideas?



Re: resize equation output

2014-04-22 Thread Neal Becker
Neal Becker wrote:

> I have the misfortune to be commanded to produce ppt.  So I took one of my
> equations, in lyx.  I chose beamer so I get something that'll look good on a
> slide.  I put
> \beamertemplatenavigationsymbolsempty
> 
> so crop will work.
> 
> When exported export/pdf(crop), it looks OK, but it's too small.  I import to
> M$ PPT by opening in acroread and copy file to clipboard.
> 
> So I need something that'll resize the pdf (or convince lyx/beamer to output
> something bigger in the first place).
> 
> I tried the latter without success.
> 
> Putting in preamble
> \geometry{paper=a4paper}
> 
> didn't seem help.
> 
> Finally, I found this magic incantation:
> 
> gs -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sPAPERSIZE=a5 -dFIXEDMEDIA -dPDFFitPage -
> dCompatibilityLevel=1.4 -o eq1_2.pdf eq1.pdf
> 
> Then run through
> pdfcrop
> 
> Finally, not a bad result (oh, did you want that centered on the slide?)
> 
> Any better ideas?

I found another solution:

\usepackage{pgfpages}
\pgfpagesuselayout{resize to}[a4paper,landscape,border shrink=5mm]

although this is not quite as large as I'd like.  Maybe I can learn the 
pdfpages 
options and improve it.



automatic equation numbering

2013-12-20 Thread Patrick Dupre
Hello,

Is there an option to have all the equations automatically numbered if
I only label some of them ?

Thank.

===
 Patrick DUPRÉ                                 | | email: pdu...@gmx.com
 Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l'Atmosphère | |
 Université du Littoral-Côte d'Opale           | |
 Tel.  (33)-(0)3 28 23 76 12                   | | Fax: 03 28 65 82 44
 189A, avenue Maurice Schumann                 | | 59140 Dunkerque, France
===


Re: automatic equation numbering

2013-12-20 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2013-12-20, Patrick Dupre wrote:
 Hello,

 Is there an option to have all the equations automatically numbered if
 I only label some of them ?

For this, I have in my latex preamble:

% Gleichungen
% ---
% Alle Gleichungen nummerieren
\renewcommand\[{\begin{equation}}
\renewcommand\]{\end{equation}}

And additionally to number by chapter (do not add this if you want
consecutive numbering over the whole document):

% Starte Gleichungsnummern für jedes Kapitel neu (mit AMS mathe)
\numberwithin{equation}{chapter}


Günter



automatic equation numbering

2013-12-20 Thread Patrick Dupre
Hello,

Is there an option to have all the equations automatically numbered if
I only label some of them ?

Thank.

===
 Patrick DUPRÉ                                 | | email: pdu...@gmx.com
 Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l'Atmosphère | |
 Université du Littoral-Côte d'Opale           | |
 Tel.  (33)-(0)3 28 23 76 12                   | | Fax: 03 28 65 82 44
 189A, avenue Maurice Schumann                 | | 59140 Dunkerque, France
===


Re: automatic equation numbering

2013-12-20 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2013-12-20, Patrick Dupre wrote:
 Hello,

 Is there an option to have all the equations automatically numbered if
 I only label some of them ?

For this, I have in my latex preamble:

% Gleichungen
% ---
% Alle Gleichungen nummerieren
\renewcommand\[{\begin{equation}}
\renewcommand\]{\end{equation}}

And additionally to number by chapter (do not add this if you want
consecutive numbering over the whole document):

% Starte Gleichungsnummern für jedes Kapitel neu (mit AMS mathe)
\numberwithin{equation}{chapter}


Günter



automatic equation numbering

2013-12-20 Thread Patrick Dupre
Hello,

Is there an option to have all the equations automatically numbered if
I only label some of them ?

Thank.

===
 Patrick DUPRÉ                                 | | email: pdu...@gmx.com
 Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l'Atmosphère | |
 Université du Littoral-Côte d'Opale           | |
 Tel.  (33)-(0)3 28 23 76 12                   | | Fax: 03 28 65 82 44
 189A, avenue Maurice Schumann                 | | 59140 Dunkerque, France
===


Re: automatic equation numbering

2013-12-20 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2013-12-20, Patrick Dupre wrote:
> Hello,

> Is there an option to have all the equations automatically numbered if
> I only label some of them ?

For this, I have in my "latex preamble":

% Gleichungen
% ---
% Alle Gleichungen nummerieren
\renewcommand\[{\begin{equation}}
\renewcommand\]{\end{equation}}

And additionally to number by chapter (do not add this if you want
consecutive numbering over the whole document):

% Starte Gleichungsnummern für jedes Kapitel neu (mit AMS mathe)
\numberwithin{equation}{chapter}


Günter



Re: Error compilating equation on PDF

2012-04-03 Thread Richard Heck

On 04/02/2012 08:38 PM, Kenedy Torcatt wrote:

Hello...

Idon't know why when I'm trying to compile the pdf after creating a
formula or equation in lyx I'm getting an error and I can't see the
pdf.

The  description i attached in txt file. Thankyou in advance!
It'd be more helpful to see the LyX file. Better yet, a LyX file with 
nothing but the offending equation in it. I can't tell anything from that.


Richard



Re: Error compilating equation on PDF

2012-04-03 Thread Richard Heck

On 04/02/2012 08:38 PM, Kenedy Torcatt wrote:

Hello...

Idon't know why when I'm trying to compile the pdf after creating a
formula or equation in lyx I'm getting an error and I can't see the
pdf.

The  description i attached in txt file. Thankyou in advance!
It'd be more helpful to see the LyX file. Better yet, a LyX file with 
nothing but the offending equation in it. I can't tell anything from that.


Richard



Re: Error compilating equation on PDF

2012-04-03 Thread Richard Heck

On 04/02/2012 08:38 PM, Kenedy Torcatt wrote:

Hello...

Idon't know why when I'm trying to compile the pdf after creating a
formula or equation in lyx I'm getting an error and I can't see the
pdf.

The  description i attached in txt file. Thankyou in advance!
It'd be more helpful to see the LyX file. Better yet, a LyX file with 
nothing but the offending equation in it. I can't tell anything from that.


Richard



Error compilating equation on PDF

2012-04-02 Thread Kenedy Torcatt
Hello...

Idon't know why when I'm trying to compile the pdf after creating a
formula or equation in lyx I'm getting an error and I can't see the
pdf.

The  description i attached in txt file. Thankyou in advance!
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Error compilating equation on PDF

2012-04-02 Thread Kenedy Torcatt
Hello...

Idon't know why when I'm trying to compile the pdf after creating a
formula or equation in lyx I'm getting an error and I can't see the
pdf.

The  description i attached in txt file. Thankyou in advance!
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Error compilating equation on PDF

2012-04-02 Thread Kenedy Torcatt
Hello...

Idon't know why when I'm trying to compile the pdf after creating a
formula or equation in lyx I'm getting an error and I can't see the
pdf.

The  description i attached in txt file. Thankyou in advance!
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Re: Inserting Space in Mathematical Equation

2012-03-29 Thread Rich Shepard

On Wed, 28 Mar 2012, David L. Johnson wrote:


You have several options.  When in math-mode, you might have a menubar on
the bottom of the window.  One option looks like \_/ in red. That gives
various spaces.  Ctrl-Shift-Space should also give you a medium space.


  Thank you, David. I prefer the keyboard to the pointy thing so C-S-space
will work for me. While I tried C-space I didn't think of adding another
modifying key.

Much appreciated,

Rich



Re: Inserting Space in Mathematical Equation

2012-03-29 Thread Richard Heck

On 03/29/2012 09:20 AM, Rich Shepard wrote:

On Wed, 28 Mar 2012, David L. Johnson wrote:

You have several options.  When in math-mode, you might have a 
menubar on

the bottom of the window.  One option looks like \_/ in red. That gives
various spaces.  Ctrl-Shift-Space should also give you a medium space.


  Thank you, David. I prefer the keyboard to the pointy thing so 
C-S-space

will work for me. While I tried C-space I didn't think of adding another
modifying key.

Well, this does give you a space, but it doesn't conform to typesetting 
conventions,
because the text is treated as a bunch of variables. You can enter 
math-text mode by
hitting Ctrl-M, then type normally. The font choices are also availalbe 
under Edit
MathText Style. And you can also just enter the LaTeX directly: \mbox 
or, if you

prefer, \textnormal.

Richard



Re: Inserting Space in Mathematical Equation

2012-03-29 Thread Rich Shepard

On Thu, 29 Mar 2012, Richard Heck wrote:


Well, this does give you a space, but it doesn't conform to typesetting
conventions, because the text is treated as a bunch of variables. You can
enter math-text mode by hitting Ctrl-M, then type normally. The font
choices are also availalbe under Edit MathText Style. And you can also
just enter the LaTeX directly: \mbox or, if you prefer, \textnormal.


Richard,

  OK.

Thanks,

Rich



Re: Inserting Space in Mathematical Equation

2012-03-29 Thread Rich Shepard

On Wed, 28 Mar 2012, David L. Johnson wrote:


You have several options.  When in math-mode, you might have a menubar on
the bottom of the window.  One option looks like \_/ in red. That gives
various spaces.  Ctrl-Shift-Space should also give you a medium space.


  Thank you, David. I prefer the keyboard to the pointy thing so C-S-space
will work for me. While I tried C-space I didn't think of adding another
modifying key.

Much appreciated,

Rich



Re: Inserting Space in Mathematical Equation

2012-03-29 Thread Richard Heck

On 03/29/2012 09:20 AM, Rich Shepard wrote:

On Wed, 28 Mar 2012, David L. Johnson wrote:

You have several options.  When in math-mode, you might have a 
menubar on

the bottom of the window.  One option looks like \_/ in red. That gives
various spaces.  Ctrl-Shift-Space should also give you a medium space.


  Thank you, David. I prefer the keyboard to the pointy thing so 
C-S-space

will work for me. While I tried C-space I didn't think of adding another
modifying key.

Well, this does give you a space, but it doesn't conform to typesetting 
conventions,
because the text is treated as a bunch of variables. You can enter 
math-text mode by
hitting Ctrl-M, then type normally. The font choices are also availalbe 
under Edit
MathText Style. And you can also just enter the LaTeX directly: \mbox 
or, if you

prefer, \textnormal.

Richard



Re: Inserting Space in Mathematical Equation

2012-03-29 Thread Rich Shepard

On Thu, 29 Mar 2012, Richard Heck wrote:


Well, this does give you a space, but it doesn't conform to typesetting
conventions, because the text is treated as a bunch of variables. You can
enter math-text mode by hitting Ctrl-M, then type normally. The font
choices are also availalbe under Edit MathText Style. And you can also
just enter the LaTeX directly: \mbox or, if you prefer, \textnormal.


Richard,

  OK.

Thanks,

Rich



Re: Inserting Space in Mathematical Equation

2012-03-29 Thread Rich Shepard

On Wed, 28 Mar 2012, David L. Johnson wrote:


You have several options.  When in math-mode, you might have a menubar on
the bottom of the window.  One option looks like \_/ in red. That gives
various spaces.  Ctrl-Shift-Space should also give you a medium space.


  Thank you, David. I prefer the keyboard to the pointy thing so C-S-space
will work for me. While I tried C-space I didn't think of adding another
modifying key.

Much appreciated,

Rich



Re: Inserting Space in Mathematical Equation

2012-03-29 Thread Richard Heck

On 03/29/2012 09:20 AM, Rich Shepard wrote:

On Wed, 28 Mar 2012, David L. Johnson wrote:

You have several options.  When in math-mode, you might have a 
menubar on

the bottom of the window.  One option looks like \_/ in red. That gives
various spaces.  Ctrl-Shift-Space should also give you a medium space.


  Thank you, David. I prefer the keyboard to the pointy thing so 
C-S-space

will work for me. While I tried C-space I didn't think of adding another
modifying key.

Well, this does give you a space, but it doesn't conform to typesetting 
conventions,
because the text is treated as a bunch of variables. You can enter 
math-text mode by
hitting Ctrl-M, then type normally. The font choices are also availalbe 
under Edit>
Math>Text Style. And you can also just enter the LaTeX directly: \mbox 
or, if you

prefer, \textnormal.

Richard



Re: Inserting Space in Mathematical Equation

2012-03-29 Thread Rich Shepard

On Thu, 29 Mar 2012, Richard Heck wrote:


Well, this does give you a space, but it doesn't conform to typesetting
conventions, because the text is treated as a bunch of variables. You can
enter math-text mode by hitting Ctrl-M, then type normally. The font
choices are also availalbe under Edit> Math>Text Style. And you can also
just enter the LaTeX directly: \mbox or, if you prefer, \textnormal.


Richard,

  OK.

Thanks,

Rich



Inserting Space in Mathematical Equation

2012-03-28 Thread Rich Shepard

  I have an equation that contains words, such as '0.75 * Total Stream
Length'. I looked in Herbert's Typesetting Mathematics with LaTeX and
found a single index reference to 'space' that referred to something
different. Ctrl-space does nothing.

  How do I insert a space within an equation?

Rich



Re: Inserting Space in Mathematical Equation

2012-03-28 Thread David L. Johnson

On 03/28/2012 08:03 PM, Rich Shepard wrote:

  I have an equation that contains words, such as '0.75 * Total Stream
Length'. I looked in Herbert's Typesetting Mathematics with LaTeX and
found a single index reference to 'space' that referred to something
different. Ctrl-space does nothing.

  How do I insert a space within an equation?
You have several options.  When in math-mode, you might have a menubar 
on the bottom of the window.  One option looks like \_/ in red. That 
gives various spaces.  Ctrl-Shift-Space should also give you a medium space.


But, while you are in math-mode, you can enter a text box by clicking on 
the insert math icon again.  You see a blue-outlined rectangle, and 
what you type in that is regular, upright, text.  Including spaces.  So 
you can get Total Stream Length by just typing that, in this text box 
inside of math-mode.


--

David L. Johnson

It is probable that television drama of high caliber and produced by
first-rate artists will materially raise the level of dramatic taste
in the nation.
-- David Sarnoff, 1939



Inserting Space in Mathematical Equation

2012-03-28 Thread Rich Shepard

  I have an equation that contains words, such as '0.75 * Total Stream
Length'. I looked in Herbert's Typesetting Mathematics with LaTeX and
found a single index reference to 'space' that referred to something
different. Ctrl-space does nothing.

  How do I insert a space within an equation?

Rich



Re: Inserting Space in Mathematical Equation

2012-03-28 Thread David L. Johnson

On 03/28/2012 08:03 PM, Rich Shepard wrote:

  I have an equation that contains words, such as '0.75 * Total Stream
Length'. I looked in Herbert's Typesetting Mathematics with LaTeX and
found a single index reference to 'space' that referred to something
different. Ctrl-space does nothing.

  How do I insert a space within an equation?
You have several options.  When in math-mode, you might have a menubar 
on the bottom of the window.  One option looks like \_/ in red. That 
gives various spaces.  Ctrl-Shift-Space should also give you a medium space.


But, while you are in math-mode, you can enter a text box by clicking on 
the insert math icon again.  You see a blue-outlined rectangle, and 
what you type in that is regular, upright, text.  Including spaces.  So 
you can get Total Stream Length by just typing that, in this text box 
inside of math-mode.


--

David L. Johnson

It is probable that television drama of high caliber and produced by
first-rate artists will materially raise the level of dramatic taste
in the nation.
-- David Sarnoff, 1939



Inserting Space in Mathematical Equation

2012-03-28 Thread Rich Shepard

  I have an equation that contains words, such as '0.75 * Total Stream
Length'. I looked in Herbert's "Typesetting Mathematics with LaTeX" and
found a single index reference to 'space' that referred to something
different. Ctrl-space does nothing.

  How do I insert a space within an equation?

Rich



Re: Inserting Space in Mathematical Equation

2012-03-28 Thread David L. Johnson

On 03/28/2012 08:03 PM, Rich Shepard wrote:

  I have an equation that contains words, such as '0.75 * Total Stream
Length'. I looked in Herbert's "Typesetting Mathematics with LaTeX" and
found a single index reference to 'space' that referred to something
different. Ctrl-space does nothing.

  How do I insert a space within an equation?
You have several options.  When in math-mode, you might have a menubar 
on the bottom of the window.  One option looks like \_/ in red. That 
gives various spaces.  Ctrl-Shift-Space should also give you a medium space.


But, while you are in math-mode, you can enter a text box by clicking on 
the "insert math" icon again.  You see a blue-outlined rectangle, and 
what you type in that is regular, upright, text.  Including spaces.  So 
you can get "Total Stream Length" by just typing that, in this text box 
inside of math-mode.


--

David L. Johnson

It is probable that television drama of high caliber and produced by
first-rate artists will materially raise the level of dramatic taste
in the nation.
-- David Sarnoff, 1939



multiline equation with a single number

2012-03-20 Thread Bieniasz

Hi,

I have a new problem. I have a long, numbered equation, that does not
fit into the page width, so that I need to break it into two lines.
LyX has some provisions for doing this, but I cannot figure out how exactly
to proceed. If I press CTRL-ENTER within the numbered formula, I get two 
numbered lines, but I need two lines with only one number. If I choose the
multiline environment I get indeed a formula with several lines, but no 
numbering at all. So, my question is how to obtain a single equation, but 
consisting of two lines, and with one number (at the end of the second line)?

Leslaw



Re: multiline equation with a single number

2012-03-20 Thread Richard Heck

On 03/20/2012 07:34 AM, Bieniasz wrote:

Hi,

I have a new problem. I have a long, numbered equation, that does not
fit into the page width, so that I need to break it into two lines.
LyX has some provisions for doing this, but I cannot figure out how exactly
to proceed. If I press CTRL-ENTER within the numbered formula, I get two
numbered lines, but I need two lines with only one number. If I choose the
multiline environment I get indeed a formula with several lines, but no
numbering at all. So, my question is how to obtain a single equation, but
consisting of two lines, and with one number (at the end of the second line)?
Try the gather environment, and choose to number the second line: Edit 
Math Number This Line.


Richard



multiline equation with a single number

2012-03-20 Thread Bieniasz

Hi,

I have a new problem. I have a long, numbered equation, that does not
fit into the page width, so that I need to break it into two lines.
LyX has some provisions for doing this, but I cannot figure out how exactly
to proceed. If I press CTRL-ENTER within the numbered formula, I get two 
numbered lines, but I need two lines with only one number. If I choose the
multiline environment I get indeed a formula with several lines, but no 
numbering at all. So, my question is how to obtain a single equation, but 
consisting of two lines, and with one number (at the end of the second line)?

Leslaw



Re: multiline equation with a single number

2012-03-20 Thread Richard Heck

On 03/20/2012 07:34 AM, Bieniasz wrote:

Hi,

I have a new problem. I have a long, numbered equation, that does not
fit into the page width, so that I need to break it into two lines.
LyX has some provisions for doing this, but I cannot figure out how exactly
to proceed. If I press CTRL-ENTER within the numbered formula, I get two
numbered lines, but I need two lines with only one number. If I choose the
multiline environment I get indeed a formula with several lines, but no
numbering at all. So, my question is how to obtain a single equation, but
consisting of two lines, and with one number (at the end of the second line)?
Try the gather environment, and choose to number the second line: Edit 
Math Number This Line.


Richard



multiline equation with a single number

2012-03-20 Thread Bieniasz

Hi,

I have a new problem. I have a long, numbered equation, that does not
fit into the page width, so that I need to break it into two lines.
LyX has some provisions for doing this, but I cannot figure out how exactly
to proceed. If I press CTRL-ENTER within the numbered formula, I get two 
numbered lines, but I need two lines with only one number. If I choose the
"multiline environment" I get indeed a formula with several lines, but no 
numbering at all. So, my question is how to obtain a single equation, but 
consisting of two lines, and with one number (at the end of the second line)?

Leslaw



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