Re: Trouble changing font family for footnotes

2021-11-14 Thread Ricardo Berlasso
(Top posting with solution)

OK, I finally solved the whole thing by manually defining font size ranges,
so I don't have to mess with defining the font for the footnotes.

% Preamble code for XeTeX

\setmainfont{EB Garamond}[ % Pardo's version of EB Garamond!

Mapping=tex-text, % https://github.com/octaviopardo/EBGaramond12

RawFeature={+ss06}, % Long tail Q

UprightFont = EB Garamond Regular,

BoldFont = EB Garamond SemiBold,

ItalicFont = EB Garamond Italic,

BoldItalicFont = EB Garamond SemiBold Italic,

UprightFeatures = { SizeFeatures = {

{Size = {-9.9}, Font = EB Garamond Medium},

{Size = {10-}, Font = EB Garamond}}},

BoldFeatures = { SizeFeatures = {

{Size = {-9.9}, Font = EB Garamond Bold},

{Size = {10-}, Font = EB Garamond SemiBold}}},

ItalicFeatures = { SizeFeatures = {

{Size = {-9.9}, Font = EB Garamond Medium Italic},

{Size = {10-}, Font = EB Garamond Italic}}},

BoldItalicFeatures = { SizeFeatures = {

{Size = {-9.9}, Font = EB Garamond Bold Italic},

{Size = {10-}, Font = EB Garamond SemiBold Italic}}},

]


\makeatletter

\renewcommand\@makefntext[1]{%

\noindent\makebox[0pt][r]{\@thefnmark.\space}#1}

\makeatother

% End code

Now the footnotes "color" is a better match for the main text color. It
works! For now, at least ;)

Regards,
Ricardo

El lun, 8 nov 2021 a las 17:00, Ricardo Berlasso ()
escribió:

>
>
> El lun, 8 nov 2021 a las 16:52, Axel Dessecker ()
> escribió:
>
>> Am Montag, 8. November 2021, 16:26:00 CET schrieb Ricardo Berlasso:
>> > Hi, LyXiers!
>> >
>> > Here's the situation. I'm using the standard Book documentclass with
>> XeTeX
>> > as engine. I'm also starting to use Octavio Pardo's version of EB
>> Garamond
>> >
>> > https://github.com/octaviopardo/EBGaramond12
>> >
>> > Good thing about this version is that it offers bold, among other
>> things.
>> > Bad thing is that it do not offer optical sizes. But I noticed that the
>> > medium weight is a good replacement for the old EB Garamond 08 so I
>> tried
>> > to change the font used by footnotes with
>> >
>> > \newfontfamily{\ebgm}[RawFeature={+ss06}]{EBGaramond-Medium}
>> >
>> > \usepackage{footmisc}
>> >
>> > \renewcommand*{\footnotelayout}{\footnotesize\ebgm}
>> >
>> >
>> > which works perfectly well in isolation. Problem is, I'm also trying to
>> set
>> > the footnote mark to not be displayed on superscript with
>> >
>> > \makeatletter
>> >
>> > \renewcommand\@makefntext[1]{%
>> >
>> > \noindent\makebox[0pt][r]{\ebgm\@thefnmark.\space}#1}
>> >
>> > \makeatother
>> >
>> >
>> > which also works well in isolation, setting the mark within the margin,
>> > with the desired font, and "at ground level" as I like. Problem is, I
>> > cannot use both blocks of code within the same document at the same
>> time:
>> > no matter in which order I write them, the first one gets ignored.
>> >
>> >
>> > Attached there is a minimal example file (it's in Article documentclass,
>> > but the problem is the same). Notice that you need the right font
>> installed!
>> >
>> >
>> > Any idea? I'm on openSUSE Leap 15.3 with texlive 2017.
>> >
>> >
>> > Thanks!
>>
>> Ricardo,
>>
>> Is this the way you want it?
>>
>
> Yes, but the text in the footnote must be in EB Garamond Medium, while in
> the PDF only the footnote number is in that font. The difference is subtle,
> but it's there.
> [image: Screenshot_footnote.png]
>
>
>
>>
>> Axel
>>
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Re: Trouble changing font family for footnotes

2021-11-08 Thread Ricardo Berlasso
El lun, 8 nov 2021 a las 16:52, Axel Dessecker ()
escribió:

> Am Montag, 8. November 2021, 16:26:00 CET schrieb Ricardo Berlasso:
> > Hi, LyXiers!
> >
> > Here's the situation. I'm using the standard Book documentclass with
> XeTeX
> > as engine. I'm also starting to use Octavio Pardo's version of EB
> Garamond
> >
> > https://github.com/octaviopardo/EBGaramond12
> >
> > Good thing about this version is that it offers bold, among other things.
> > Bad thing is that it do not offer optical sizes. But I noticed that the
> > medium weight is a good replacement for the old EB Garamond 08 so I tried
> > to change the font used by footnotes with
> >
> > \newfontfamily{\ebgm}[RawFeature={+ss06}]{EBGaramond-Medium}
> >
> > \usepackage{footmisc}
> >
> > \renewcommand*{\footnotelayout}{\footnotesize\ebgm}
> >
> >
> > which works perfectly well in isolation. Problem is, I'm also trying to
> set
> > the footnote mark to not be displayed on superscript with
> >
> > \makeatletter
> >
> > \renewcommand\@makefntext[1]{%
> >
> > \noindent\makebox[0pt][r]{\ebgm\@thefnmark.\space}#1}
> >
> > \makeatother
> >
> >
> > which also works well in isolation, setting the mark within the margin,
> > with the desired font, and "at ground level" as I like. Problem is, I
> > cannot use both blocks of code within the same document at the same time:
> > no matter in which order I write them, the first one gets ignored.
> >
> >
> > Attached there is a minimal example file (it's in Article documentclass,
> > but the problem is the same). Notice that you need the right font
> installed!
> >
> >
> > Any idea? I'm on openSUSE Leap 15.3 with texlive 2017.
> >
> >
> > Thanks!
>
> Ricardo,
>
> Is this the way you want it?
>

Yes, but the text in the footnote must be in EB Garamond Medium, while in
the PDF only the footnote number is in that font. The difference is subtle,
but it's there.
[image: Screenshot_footnote.png]



>
> Axel
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Trouble changing font family for footnotes

2021-11-08 Thread Ricardo Berlasso
Hi, LyXiers!

Here's the situation. I'm using the standard Book documentclass with XeTeX
as engine. I'm also starting to use Octavio Pardo's version of EB Garamond

https://github.com/octaviopardo/EBGaramond12

Good thing about this version is that it offers bold, among other things.
Bad thing is that it do not offer optical sizes. But I noticed that the
medium weight is a good replacement for the old EB Garamond 08 so I tried
to change the font used by footnotes with

\newfontfamily{\ebgm}[RawFeature={+ss06}]{EBGaramond-Medium}

\usepackage{footmisc}

\renewcommand*{\footnotelayout}{\footnotesize\ebgm}


which works perfectly well in isolation. Problem is, I'm also trying to set
the footnote mark to not be displayed on superscript with

\makeatletter

\renewcommand\@makefntext[1]{%

\noindent\makebox[0pt][r]{\ebgm\@thefnmark.\space}#1}

\makeatother


which also works well in isolation, setting the mark within the margin,
with the desired font, and "at ground level" as I like. Problem is, I
cannot use both blocks of code within the same document at the same time:
no matter in which order I write them, the first one gets ignored.


Attached there is a minimal example file (it's in Article documentclass,
but the problem is the same). Notice that you need the right font installed!


Any idea? I'm on openSUSE Leap 15.3 with texlive 2017.


Thanks!


test-footnote-formatting.lyx
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Re: o footnotes in the table of contents

2021-04-03 Thread Ricardo Berlasso
El sáb, 3 abr 2021 a las 8:43, Wolfgang Engelmann (<
engelm...@uni-tuebingen.de>) escribió:

>
>
> Am 02.04.21 um 15:47 schrieb Ricardo Berlasso:
> >
> > El vie, 2 abr 2021 a las 15:31, Andreas Plihal ( > <mailto:a.pli...@gmx.at>>) escribió:
> >
> > Hi,
> > I'm writing a book in KOMA-Script.
> > I want footnotes from headings not to appear in the table of
> contents.
> >
> >
> > I wrote about that in my blog:
> >
> >
> https://frommindtotype.wordpress.com/2019/04/22/lyx-footnotes-headings-and-the-table-of-contents/
> > <
> https://frommindtotype.wordpress.com/2019/04/22/lyx-footnotes-headings-and-the-table-of-contents/
> >
> >
> > Regards,
> > Ricardo
> >
> > Google recommends that I use the footmisc package. So I have
> > enteredin the preamble
> > \usepackage[stable]{footmisc}.
> > But that had no effect. What am I doing wrong?
> > Greetings
> > Andreas
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> >
> Ricardo,
> I am impressed by your book on LyX. Is it possible to have also a look
> at the LyX version, not only the pdf file?
>

Thanks!

The LyX file is full of notes directed at myself, so a lot of "sanitation"
is needed before sharing it, sorry. Anyway, appendixes B, C and D provide
the full LaTeX preamble, local layout and other formatting used in the
file, so everything is there :) Maybe, after 2.4 is released I'll made a
template from the book to share it.

Regards,
Ricardo



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Re: o footnotes in the table of contents

2021-04-03 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann



Am 02.04.21 um 15:47 schrieb Ricardo Berlasso:


El vie, 2 abr 2021 a las 15:31, Andreas Plihal (<mailto:a.pli...@gmx.at>>) escribió:


Hi,
I'm writing a book in KOMA-Script.
    I want footnotes from headings not to appear in the table of contents. 



I wrote about that in my blog:

https://frommindtotype.wordpress.com/2019/04/22/lyx-footnotes-headings-and-the-table-of-contents/ 
<https://frommindtotype.wordpress.com/2019/04/22/lyx-footnotes-headings-and-the-table-of-contents/>


Regards,
Ricardo

Google recommends that I use the footmisc package. So I have
enteredin the preamble
\usepackage[stable]{footmisc}.
But that had no effect. What am I doing wrong?
Greetings
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I am impressed by your book on LyX. Is it possible to have also a look 
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Re: o footnotes in the table of contents

2021-04-02 Thread Ricardo Berlasso
El vie, 2 abr 2021 a las 15:31, Andreas Plihal () escribió:

> Hi,
>
> I'm writing a book in KOMA-Script.
>
> I want footnotes from headings not to appear in the table of contents.
>

I wrote about that in my blog:

https://frommindtotype.wordpress.com/2019/04/22/lyx-footnotes-headings-and-the-table-of-contents/

Regards,
Ricardo



> Google recommends that I use the footmisc package. So I have entered in
> the preamble
>
> \usepackage[stable]{footmisc}.
>
> But that had no effect. What am I doing wrong?
>
> Greetings
> Andreas
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o footnotes in the table of contents

2021-04-02 Thread Andreas Plihal
Hi,

 

I'm writing a book in KOMA-Script.

 

I want footnotes from headings not to appear in the table of contents. Google recommends that I use the footmisc package. So I have entered in the preamble

 

\usepackage[stable]{footmisc}.

 

But that had no effect. What am I doing wrong?

 

Greetings

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Re: LyX 2.3.0 and tables with footnotes

2018-04-04 Thread Niklas Huldén



On 04.04.2018 12:01, Stephan Witt wrote:

Am 04.04.2018 um 10:36 schrieb Andrew Parsloe <ajpars...@gmail.com>:


On 4/04/2018 6:15 p.m., Niklas Huldén wrote:

On 03.04.2018 20:58, Paul A. Rubin wrote:

On 04/03/2018 12:38 PM, Niklas Huldén wrote:

Den 03-04-2018 kl. 18:51, skrev Paul A. Rubin:

On 04/03/2018 10:55 AM, Niklas Huldén wrote:

Hello all!

I am testing LyX 2.3.0 on windows 10 with MikTex 2.9. I have some old tables with 
footnotes inside them which used to line up fine with the table using the "minipage 
trick" putting the table in a minipage (whitout the caption).
In LyX 2.3.0 this results in the footnote becoming an ordinary footnote, which makes it 
hard to keep tables and footnotes on the same page. But I understand this is a feature 
now. Is there any way to "emulate" the old behavior? I include a MWF and two 
screenshots.

Thanks and all the best!
Niklas

You could add \renewcommand{\tablefootnote}{\footnote} to the document 
preamble. (If you do this a lot, you might want to cobble together a module for 
it.)

Paul


Thank you Paul! This works fine and takes me out of immediate danger zone. I 
guess a module would be a good idea in the long run.

A somewhat linked issue is that I get an error message if I use the rotate package in a 
LyX file that uses tablefootnotes: "Package tablefootnote Error: Package rotating 
loaded after tablefootnote."

Hard to find a place to load rotate before the tablefootnote though.

Many thanks again!

Niklas


Niklas,

I've attached a module. Try putting it in your local layouts folder 
(~/.lyx/layouts on most Linux systems), then reconfigure LyX, add it to your 
document (and do /not/ add the \renewcommand line in the preamble), then see if 
you get the desired results (including using the rotate package).

Cheers,
Paul


Hello,

Thank you Paul! I placed the module in (windows 10) 
"c:\Users\myselfwhatever\AppData\Local\LyX 2.3\Resources\layouts\ and 
reconfigured but could not find any module in restarted LyX. This might have 
something to do with my Windows configuration.

I then placed it in "c:\Program Files (x86)\LyX 2.3\Resources\layouts\" as 
administrator, reconfigured and now it is available in document settings/modules. 
Everything works including getting rid of the rotating error message :)

I will try it in my Mac tonight.

All the best!
Niklas


On Windows 7 the module should go to "C:\Users\\AppData\Roaming\LyX2.3\layouts\".  I would expect this to be the same on Windows 10. The 
"c:\Program Files (x86)\LyX 2.3\Resources\layouts\" location should be left for layouts and 
modules of the official LyX distribution. When LyX 2.3.1 comes out and you upgrade, this folder will be 
overwritten and Paul's module will be lost (unless it gets incorporated into the official LyX distro.).

Andrew


The correct path name for the user configuration directory is
shown in the About LyX dialog. Probably there is a missing or
an additional space in path name here.


Hi!

Yes of course. The path should be "C:\Users\name>\AppData\Roaming\LyX2.3\". I was too quick and put it in 
~\local\Lyx2.3\Resourses in mistake. I now removed it från c:\Program 
Files (x86)\LyX 2.3\Resources\layouts\", reconfigured and all is well.


Thanks

Niklas


On Mac the directory path name should contain LyX-2.3, BTW.

Stephan



Re: LyX 2.3.0 and tables with footnotes

2018-04-04 Thread Stephan Witt
Am 04.04.2018 um 10:36 schrieb Andrew Parsloe <ajpars...@gmail.com>:
> 
> On 4/04/2018 6:15 p.m., Niklas Huldén wrote:
>> On 03.04.2018 20:58, Paul A. Rubin wrote:
>>> On 04/03/2018 12:38 PM, Niklas Huldén wrote:
>>>> Den 03-04-2018 kl. 18:51, skrev Paul A. Rubin:
>>>>> On 04/03/2018 10:55 AM, Niklas Huldén wrote:
>>>>>> Hello all!
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> I am testing LyX 2.3.0 on windows 10 with MikTex 2.9. I have some old 
>>>>>> tables with footnotes inside them which used to line up fine with the 
>>>>>> table using the "minipage trick" putting the table in a minipage 
>>>>>> (whitout the caption).
>>>>>> In LyX 2.3.0 this results in the footnote becoming an ordinary footnote, 
>>>>>> which makes it hard to keep tables and footnotes on the same page. But I 
>>>>>> understand this is a feature now. Is there any way to "emulate" the old 
>>>>>> behavior? I include a MWF and two screenshots.
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> Thanks and all the best!
>>>>>> Niklas
>>>>> You could add \renewcommand{\tablefootnote}{\footnote} to the document 
>>>>> preamble. (If you do this a lot, you might want to cobble together a 
>>>>> module for it.)
>>>>> 
>>>>> Paul
>>>>> 
>>>> Thank you Paul! This works fine and takes me out of immediate danger zone. 
>>>> I guess a module would be a good idea in the long run.
>>>> 
>>>> A somewhat linked issue is that I get an error message if I use the rotate 
>>>> package in a LyX file that uses tablefootnotes: "Package tablefootnote 
>>>> Error: Package rotating loaded after tablefootnote."
>>>> 
>>>> Hard to find a place to load rotate before the tablefootnote though.
>>>> 
>>>> Many thanks again!
>>>> 
>>>> Niklas
>>>> 
>>> Niklas,
>>> 
>>> I've attached a module. Try putting it in your local layouts folder 
>>> (~/.lyx/layouts on most Linux systems), then reconfigure LyX, add it to 
>>> your document (and do /not/ add the \renewcommand line in the preamble), 
>>> then see if you get the desired results (including using the rotate 
>>> package).
>>> 
>>> Cheers,
>>> Paul
>>> 
>> Hello,
>> 
>> Thank you Paul! I placed the module in (windows 10) 
>> "c:\Users\myselfwhatever\AppData\Local\LyX 2.3\Resources\layouts\ and 
>> reconfigured but could not find any module in restarted LyX. This might have 
>> something to do with my Windows configuration.
>> 
>> I then placed it in "c:\Program Files (x86)\LyX 2.3\Resources\layouts\" as 
>> administrator, reconfigured and now it is available in document 
>> settings/modules. Everything works including getting rid of the rotating 
>> error message :)
>> 
>> I will try it in my Mac tonight.
>> 
>> All the best!
>> Niklas
>> 
> On Windows 7 the module should go to "C:\Users\ name>\AppData\Roaming\LyX2.3\layouts\".  I would expect this to be the same 
> on Windows 10. The "c:\Program Files (x86)\LyX 2.3\Resources\layouts\" 
> location should be left for layouts and modules of the official LyX 
> distribution. When LyX 2.3.1 comes out and you upgrade, this folder will be 
> overwritten and Paul's module will be lost (unless it gets incorporated into 
> the official LyX distro.).
> 
> Andrew

The correct path name for the user configuration directory is
shown in the About LyX dialog. Probably there is a missing or
an additional space in path name here.

On Mac the directory path name should contain LyX-2.3, BTW.

Stephan

Re: LyX 2.3.0 and tables with footnotes

2018-04-04 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
2018-04-03 17:54 GMT+02:00 Scott Kostyshak :

> By the way, I think there are two questions here: 1. do we want to
> change the output of 2.2.x files? and 2. do we want the behavior in new
> 2.3.x-created files to be different? I would guess the answer to 2. is
> yes it is expected. I'm not sure about 1.
>

We should not do the tablefootnote thing if the table is in a minipage.
That was an oversight when we implemented table footnote support.

I'll fix that.

Jürgen


>
> Best,
>
> Scott
>


Re: LyX 2.3.0 and tables with footnotes

2018-04-04 Thread Andrew Parsloe



On 4/04/2018 6:15 p.m., Niklas Huldén wrote:

On 03.04.2018 20:58, Paul A. Rubin wrote:

On 04/03/2018 12:38 PM, Niklas Huldén wrote:

Den 03-04-2018 kl. 18:51, skrev Paul A. Rubin:

On 04/03/2018 10:55 AM, Niklas Huldén wrote:

Hello all!

I am testing LyX 2.3.0 on windows 10 with MikTex 2.9. I have some 
old tables with footnotes inside them which used to line up fine 
with the table using the "minipage trick" putting the table in a 
minipage (whitout the caption).
In LyX 2.3.0 this results in the footnote becoming an ordinary 
footnote, which makes it hard to keep tables and footnotes on the 
same page. But I understand this is a feature now. Is there any 
way to "emulate" the old behavior? I include a MWF and two 
screenshots.


Thanks and all the best!
Niklas
You could add \renewcommand{\tablefootnote}{\footnote} to the 
document preamble. (If you do this a lot, you might want to cobble 
together a module for it.)


Paul

Thank you Paul! This works fine and takes me out of immediate danger 
zone. I guess a module would be a good idea in the long run.


A somewhat linked issue is that I get an error message if I use the 
rotate package in a LyX file that uses tablefootnotes: "Package 
tablefootnote Error: Package rotating loaded after tablefootnote."


Hard to find a place to load rotate before the tablefootnote though.

Many thanks again!

Niklas


Niklas,

I've attached a module. Try putting it in your local layouts folder 
(~/.lyx/layouts on most Linux systems), then reconfigure LyX, add it 
to your document (and do /not/ add the \renewcommand line in the 
preamble), then see if you get the desired results (including using 
the rotate package).


Cheers,
Paul


Hello,

Thank you Paul! I placed the module in (windows 10) 
"c:\Users\myselfwhatever\AppData\Local\LyX 2.3\Resources\layouts\ and 
reconfigured but could not find any module in restarted LyX. This 
might have something to do with my Windows configuration.


I then placed it in "c:\Program Files (x86)\LyX 
2.3\Resources\layouts\" as administrator, reconfigured and now it is 
available in document settings/modules. Everything works including 
getting rid of the rotating error message :)


I will try it in my Mac tonight.

All the best!
Niklas

On Windows 7 the module should go to "C:\Users\name>\AppData\Roaming\LyX2.3\layouts\".  I would expect this to be the 
same on Windows 10. The "c:\Program Files (x86)\LyX 
2.3\Resources\layouts\" location should be left for layouts and modules 
of the official LyX distribution. When LyX 2.3.1 comes out and you 
upgrade, this folder will be overwritten and Paul's module will be lost 
(unless it gets incorporated into the official LyX distro.).


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Re: LyX 2.3.0 and tables with footnotes

2018-04-04 Thread Niklas Huldén

On 03.04.2018 20:58, Paul A. Rubin wrote:

On 04/03/2018 12:38 PM, Niklas Huldén wrote:

Den 03-04-2018 kl. 18:51, skrev Paul A. Rubin:

On 04/03/2018 10:55 AM, Niklas Huldén wrote:

Hello all!

I am testing LyX 2.3.0 on windows 10 with MikTex 2.9. I have some 
old tables with footnotes inside them which used to line up fine 
with the table using the "minipage trick" putting the table in a 
minipage (whitout the caption).
In LyX 2.3.0 this results in the footnote becoming an ordinary 
footnote, which makes it hard to keep tables and footnotes on the 
same page. But I understand this is a feature now. Is there any way 
to "emulate" the old behavior? I include a MWF and two screenshots.


Thanks and all the best!
Niklas
You could add \renewcommand{\tablefootnote}{\footnote} to the 
document preamble. (If you do this a lot, you might want to cobble 
together a module for it.)


Paul

Thank you Paul! This works fine and takes me out of immediate danger 
zone. I guess a module would be a good idea in the long run.


A somewhat linked issue is that I get an error message if I use the 
rotate package in a LyX file that uses tablefootnotes: "Package 
tablefootnote Error: Package rotating loaded after tablefootnote."


Hard to find a place to load rotate before the tablefootnote though.

Many thanks again!

Niklas


Niklas,

I've attached a module. Try putting it in your local layouts folder 
(~/.lyx/layouts on most Linux systems), then reconfigure LyX, add it to 
your document (and do /not/ add the \renewcommand line in the preamble), 
then see if you get the desired results (including using the rotate 
package).


Cheers,
Paul


Hello,

Thank you Paul! I placed the module in (windows 10) 
"c:\Users\myselfwhatever\AppData\Local\LyX 2.3\Resources\layouts\ and 
reconfigured but could not find any module in restarted LyX. This might 
have something to do with my Windows configuration.


I then placed it in "c:\Program Files (x86)\LyX 2.3\Resources\layouts\" 
as administrator, reconfigured and now it is available in document 
settings/modules. Everything works including getting rid of the rotating 
error message :)


I will try it in my Mac tonight.

All the best!
Niklas



Re: LyX 2.3.0 and tables with footnotes

2018-04-03 Thread Paul A. Rubin

On 04/03/2018 12:38 PM, Niklas Huldén wrote:

Den 03-04-2018 kl. 18:51, skrev Paul A. Rubin:

On 04/03/2018 10:55 AM, Niklas Huldén wrote:

Hello all!

I am testing LyX 2.3.0 on windows 10 with MikTex 2.9. I have some 
old tables with footnotes inside them which used to line up fine 
with the table using the "minipage trick" putting the table in a 
minipage (whitout the caption).
In LyX 2.3.0 this results in the footnote becoming an ordinary 
footnote, which makes it hard to keep tables and footnotes on the 
same page. But I understand this is a feature now. Is there any way 
to "emulate" the old behavior? I include a MWF and two screenshots.


Thanks and all the best!
Niklas
You could add \renewcommand{\tablefootnote}{\footnote} to the 
document preamble. (If you do this a lot, you might want to cobble 
together a module for it.)


Paul

Thank you Paul! This works fine and takes me out of immediate danger 
zone. I guess a module would be a good idea in the long run.


A somewhat linked issue is that I get an error message if I use the 
rotate package in a LyX file that uses tablefootnotes: "Package 
tablefootnote Error: Package rotating loaded after tablefootnote."


Hard to find a place to load rotate before the tablefootnote though.

Many thanks again!

Niklas


Niklas,

I've attached a module. Try putting it in your local layouts folder 
(~/.lyx/layouts on most Linux systems), then reconfigure LyX, add it to 
your document (and do /not/ add the \renewcommand line in the preamble), 
then see if you get the desired results (including using the rotate 
package).


Cheers,
Paul

#\DeclareLyXModule{No Table Notes}
#DescriptionBegin
# Avoids use of the tablenotes package and converts forces footnotes in tables
# to use the standard \footnote command (requiring that the table be in a 
minipage).
#DescriptionEnd
#
# Author: Paul Rubin <ru...@msu.edu>
#

Format 66

Provides tablefootnote 1

AddToPreamble
  \newcommand{\tablefootnote}{\footnote}
EndPreamble



Re: LyX 2.3.0 and tables with footnotes

2018-04-03 Thread Niklas Huldén

Den 03-04-2018 kl. 18:51, skrev Paul A. Rubin:

On 04/03/2018 10:55 AM, Niklas Huldén wrote:

Hello all!

I am testing LyX 2.3.0 on windows 10 with MikTex 2.9. I have some old 
tables with footnotes inside them which used to line up fine with the 
table using the "minipage trick" putting the table in a minipage 
(whitout the caption).
In LyX 2.3.0 this results in the footnote becoming an ordinary 
footnote, which makes it hard to keep tables and footnotes on the 
same page. But I understand this is a feature now. Is there any way 
to "emulate" the old behavior? I include a MWF and two screenshots.


Thanks and all the best!
Niklas
You could add \renewcommand{\tablefootnote}{\footnote} to the document 
preamble. (If you do this a lot, you might want to cobble together a 
module for it.)


Paul

Thank you Paul! This works fine and takes me out of immediate danger 
zone. I guess a module would be a good idea in the long run.


A somewhat linked issue is that I get an error message if I use the 
rotate package in a LyX file that uses tablefootnotes: "Package 
tablefootnote Error: Package rotating loaded after tablefootnote."


Hard to find a place to load rotate before the tablefootnote though.

Many thanks again!

Niklas



Re: LyX 2.3.0 and tables with footnotes

2018-04-03 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Tue, Apr 03, 2018 at 02:55:28PM +, Niklas Huldén wrote:
> Hello all!
> 
> I am testing LyX 2.3.0 on windows 10 with MikTex 2.9. I have some old tables
> with footnotes inside them which used to line up fine with the table using
> the "minipage trick" putting the table in a minipage (whitout the caption).
> In LyX 2.3.0 this results in the footnote becoming an ordinary footnote,
> which makes it hard to keep tables and footnotes on the same page. But I
> understand this is a feature now. Is there any way to "emulate" the old
> behavior? I include a MWF and two screenshots.
> 
> Thanks and all the best!

Thanks for this pefect bug report, Niklas! A simple .lyx file in 2.2.x
format, and before and after screenshots--It is always a pleasure to
receive a well-organized bug report. I can reproduce your findings.

By the way, I think there are two questions here: 1. do we want to
change the output of 2.2.x files? and 2. do we want the behavior in new
2.3.x-created files to be different? I would guess the answer to 2. is
yes it is expected. I'm not sure about 1.

Best,

Scott


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Re: LyX 2.3.0 and tables with footnotes

2018-04-03 Thread Paul A. Rubin

On 04/03/2018 10:55 AM, Niklas Huldén wrote:

Hello all!

I am testing LyX 2.3.0 on windows 10 with MikTex 2.9. I have some old 
tables with footnotes inside them which used to line up fine with the 
table using the "minipage trick" putting the table in a minipage 
(whitout the caption).
In LyX 2.3.0 this results in the footnote becoming an ordinary 
footnote, which makes it hard to keep tables and footnotes on the same 
page. But I understand this is a feature now. Is there any way to 
"emulate" the old behavior? I include a MWF and two screenshots.


Thanks and all the best!
Niklas
You could add \renewcommand{\tablefootnote}{\footnote} to the document 
preamble. (If you do this a lot, you might want to cobble together a 
module for it.)


Paul



LyX 2.3.0 and tables with footnotes

2018-04-03 Thread Niklas Huldén

Hello all!

I am testing LyX 2.3.0 on windows 10 with MikTex 2.9. I have some old 
tables with footnotes inside them which used to line up fine with the 
table using the "minipage trick" putting the table in a minipage 
(whitout the caption).
In LyX 2.3.0 this results in the footnote becoming an ordinary footnote, 
which makes it hard to keep tables and footnotes on the same page. But I 
understand this is a feature now. Is there any way to "emulate" the old 
behavior? I include a MWF and two screenshots.


Thanks and all the best!
Niklas


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Re: suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-11 Thread Julio Rojas
For me it works when the section is numbered, not when it is not (Unknown
argument). Maybe this is the problem?

-
Julio Rojas
jcredbe...@gmail.com

On Thu, Jan 4, 2018 at 9:06 AM, Ekkehart Schlicht  wrote:

> Am Donnerstag, den 04.01.2018, 12:27 +0100 schrieb Ekkehart Schlicht:
>
>> Article (Standard Class), section
>>
>
> That's strange. Do you have some customized layout in your personal LyX
> dir?
>
> Jürgen
>
> No, I have no local layouts. For this I made a test page in Lyx without
> anything.
>
> Does not matter, I don't need it at the moment. I shall install a fresh
> LyX on another computer, try there and let you know.
>
> Thanks
>
> Ekkehart
>
> --
> Ekkehart Schlicht
> schli...@lmu.de
>


Re: suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-04 Thread Ekkehart Schlicht

Am Donnerstag, den 04.01.2018, 12:27 +0100 schrieb Ekkehart Schlicht:

Article (Standard Class), section


That's strange. Do you have some customized layout in your personal LyX
dir?

Jürgen

No, I have no local layouts. For this I made a test page in Lyx without 
anything.

Does not matter, I don't need it at the moment. I shall install a fresh LyX on 
another computer, try there and let you know.

Thanks

Ekkehart

--
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schli...@lmu.de


Re: suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-04 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Am Donnerstag, den 04.01.2018, 12:27 +0100 schrieb Ekkehart Schlicht:
> Article (Standard Class), section

That's strange. Do you have some customized layout in your personal LyX
dir?

Jürgen

> Ekkehart
> 

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Re: suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-04 Thread Ekkehart Schlicht

  
  

  Jürgen
  Spitzmüller
  Thu, 04 Jan 2018 01:56:55 -0800

Am Donnerstag, den 04.01.2018, 10:44 +0100 schrieb Ekkehart Schlicht:
> Dear Jürgen,
> this sounds handy, but unfortunately in my LyX (Version 2.2.3) Insert
> > Short Title is greyed and not available regardless of where I
> position the cursor.
What text class is this? What layout (section)?

Article (Standard Class), section
Ekkehart


  



Re: suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-04 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Am Donnerstag, den 04.01.2018, 10:44 +0100 schrieb Ekkehart Schlicht:
> Dear Jürgen,
> this sounds handy, but unfortunately in my LyX (Version 2.2.3) Insert
> > Short Title is greyed and not available regardless of where I
> position the cursor.

What text class is this? What layout (section)?

Jürgen

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Re: suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-04 Thread Ekkehart Schlicht

  
  
Dear Jürgen,
this sounds handy, but unfortunately in my LyX (Version 2.2.3)
  Insert > Short Title is greyed and not available regardless of
  where I position the cursor.
Thanks
Ekkehart



  Jürgen
  Spitzmüller
  Wed, 03 Jan 2018 00:00:56 -0800

Am Dienstag, den 02.01.2018, 16:57 +0100 schrieb Ekkehart Schlicht:
> Hi,
> 
> I have footnotes to section headings (that are necessary because
> some 
> sections are taken from earlier articles, and this is explained in
> those 
> footnotes). In the TOC, these footnotes re-appear. It is quite clumsy
> to 
> repress them in those cases by using \section* instead of \section
> and 
> add \addcontentsline{section}{12 sectionname}. 
An easier solution (though not "automatic") is to use Insert > Short
Title.

Jürgen

  



Re: suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-04 Thread Ekkehart Schlicht

  
  
Dear Richard, dear all,
I found out that Lyx uses \protect\footnote{...}.
With the normal \footnote{ } the problem does not occur.
\protect\footnote{  } is not recommended precisely for the
reason I mentioned, see
  
http://www.tex.ac.uk/FAQ-ftnsect.html
Instead, footmisc can be
used (which I often use anyway). It will work with \usepackage[stable]{footmisc}
  

Thus it seems easy to mend the problem in LyX by
simply redefining what the footnote inset does, i.e. omitting
\stable, and adding \usepackage[stable]{footmisc} either in the
preamble or in Lyx itself.
  
Ekkehart


On 02.01.2018 21:09, Ricardo Berlasso
  wrote:


  
  

  2018-01-02 16:57 GMT+01:00 Ekkehart
Schlicht <schli...@lmu.de>:
Hi,
  
  I have footnotes to section headings (that are necessary
  because some sections are taken from earlier articles, and
  this is explained in those footnotes). In the TOC, these
  footnotes re-appear. It is quite clumsy to repress them in
  those cases by using \section* instead of \section and add
  \addcontentsline{section}{12 sectionname}. It would be
  very convenient to have footnoes to TOC entries omitted by
  defaultin the TOC.



The only way I ever found is to define a new "footnote"
  command and use it on the heading instead of the normal
  one. See here:



https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/123762


Basically you add to the Preamble 




  \makeatletter
  \def\myfnt{\ifx\protect\@typeset@protect\expandafter\footnote\else\expandafter\@gobble\fi}
  \makeatother
  

  and then to insert the "footnote" on the heading you use a TeX box (Ctrl-L) with the command
  

  \myfnt{the heading footnote}
  

  on it. The numbering integrates without problems with normal footnotes, only on LyX it will look kind of weird. But you can always define a character style ;)




Regards,
Ricardo


 

  
  Thanks!
  
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  Hurtenstr. 13
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Re: suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-03 Thread Rich Shepard

On Wed, 3 Jan 2018, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:


An easier solution (though not "automatic") is to use Insert > Short
Title.


  +1 for using short titles. When section headings are long, or contain an
embedded footnote) the short heading can also prevent section names in the
header fron overlapping.

  Yes, it is a bit more work, but it gives you control.

Rich



Fwd: Re: suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-03 Thread Ekkehart Schlicht

  
  


  
  Dear Ricardo,
  thanks a lot! This works much better than my
  previous "solution". My suggestion would be to build it right
  away into the LyX footnote command for chapters, sections, and
  subsections.
  Unfortunately \renewcommand{\footnote}{\myfnt}
  does not work, as \myfnt calls \footnote. 

  There is also the problem that the myfnt
  appears in the PDF bookmarks and has to be corrected by hand.
  Thanks again

  Ekkehart
  
  
  On 02.01.2018 21:09, Ricardo Berlasso
wrote:
  
  


  
2018-01-02 16:57 GMT+01:00 Ekkehart
  Schlicht <schli...@lmu.de>:
  Hi,

    I have footnotes to section headings (that are necessary
because some sections are taken from earlier articles,
and this is explained in those footnotes). In the TOC,
    these footnotes re-appear. It is quite clumsy to repress
them in those cases by using \section* instead of
\section and add \addcontentsline{section}{12
sectionname}. It would be very convenient to have
footnoes to TOC entries omitted by defaultin the TOC.
  
  
  
  The only way I ever found is to define a new
"footnote" command and use it on the heading instead of
the normal one. See here:
  
  
  
  https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/123762
  
  
  Basically you add to the Preamble 
  
  
  
  
\makeatletter
\def\myfnt{\ifx\protect\@typeset@protect\expandafter\footnote\else\expandafter\@gobble\fi}
\makeatother


and then to insert the "footnote" on the heading you use a TeX box (Ctrl-L) with the command


\myfnt{the heading footnote}


on it. The numbering integrates without problems with normal footnotes, only on LyX it will look kind of weird. But you can always define a character style ;)

  
  
  
  Regards,
  Ricardo
  
  
   
   
Thanks!

-- 
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Hurtenstr. 13
82345 Andechs-Frieding
Tel: +49 (0)8152 9149271
  


  

  
  

  



Re: suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-03 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Am Dienstag, den 02.01.2018, 16:57 +0100 schrieb Ekkehart Schlicht:
> Hi,
> 
> I have footnotes to section headings (that are necessary because
> some 
> sections are taken from earlier articles, and this is explained in
> those 
> footnotes). In the TOC, these footnotes re-appear. It is quite clumsy
> to 
> repress them in those cases by using \section* instead of \section
> and 
> add \addcontentsline{section}{12 sectionname}. 

An easier solution (though not "automatic") is to use Insert > Short
Title.

Jürgen


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Re: suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-02 Thread Richard Heck
On 01/02/2018 03:10 PM, Ricardo Berlasso wrote:
> 2018-01-02 16:57 GMT+01:00 Ekkehart Schlicht <schli...@lmu.de
> <mailto:schli...@lmu.de>>:
>
> Hi,
>
> I have footnotes to section headings (that are necessary because
> some sections are taken from earlier articles, and this is
> explained in those footnotes). In the TOC, these footnotes
> re-appear. It is quite clumsy to repress them in those cases by
> using \section* instead of \section and add
> \addcontentsline{section}{12 sectionname}. It would be very
> convenient to have footnoes to TOC entries omitted by defaultin
> the TOC.
>

Yes, this seems right, and it shouldn't be too difficult. Feel free to
file this as a bug. If you do, please cc me (rgheck). This may not be
terribly difficult.

Richard



Re: suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-02 Thread Ricardo Berlasso
2018-01-02 16:57 GMT+01:00 Ekkehart Schlicht <schli...@lmu.de>:

> Hi,
>
> I have footnotes to section headings (that are necessary because some
> sections are taken from earlier articles, and this is explained in those
> footnotes). In the TOC, these footnotes re-appear. It is quite clumsy to
> repress them in those cases by using \section* instead of \section and add
> \addcontentsline{section}{12 sectionname}. It would be very convenient to
> have footnoes to TOC entries omitted by defaultin the TOC.
>


 The only way I ever found is to define a new "footnote" command and use it
on the heading instead of the normal one. See here:

https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/123762

Basically you add to the Preamble

\makeatletter

\def\myfnt{\ifx\protect\@typeset@protect
\expandafter\footnote\else\expandafter\@gobble\fi}

\makeatother


and then to insert the "footnote" on the heading you use a TeX box (Ctrl-L)
with the command


\myfnt{the heading footnote}


on it. The numbering integrates without problems with normal footnotes,
only on LyX it will look kind of weird. But you can always define a
character style ;)

Regards,
Ricardo





>
> Thanks!
>
> --
> Ekkehart Schlicht
> Hurtenstr. 13
> <https://maps.google.com/?q=Hurtenstr.+13=gmail=g>
> 82345 Andechs-Frieding
> Tel: +49 (0)8152 9149271
>


suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-02 Thread Ekkehart Schlicht

Hi,

I have footnotes to section headings (that are necessary because some 
sections are taken from earlier articles, and this is explained in those 
footnotes). In the TOC, these footnotes re-appear. It is quite clumsy to 
repress them in those cases by using \section* instead of \section and 
add \addcontentsline{section}{12 sectionname}. It would be very 
convenient to have footnoes to TOC entries omitted by defaultin the TOC.


Thanks!

--
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Hurtenstr. 13
82345 Andechs-Frieding
Tel: +49 (0)8152 9149271


Re: Output / view without footnotes

2017-09-15 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Am Freitag, den 15.09.2017, 13:14 +0200 schrieb Jean-Marc Lasgouttes:
> Le 15/09/2017 à 12:25, jezZiFeR a écrit :
> > Hello,
> > 
> > is there a possibility to view a document without the footnotes, so
> > that 
> > one could switch between a view with and without footnotes, but
> > still 
> > keeping them in the document? This would be very helpful…
> 
> Hello,
> 
> It is possible by keeping them in branches.

You can also define a branch that outputs a footnote if activated.

In Document > Settings > Local Layout, insert

InsetLayout Branch:Footnote
CopyStyle Foot
End

Then define a branch named "Footnote".

Jürgen


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Re: Output / view without footnotes

2017-09-15 Thread jezZiFeR
Hello,

thanks, good solution – yes, it helped!

All best
Jess



On 15. Sep. 2017, 13:14 +0200, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes <lasgout...@lyx.org>, wrote:
> Le 15/09/2017 à 12:25, jezZiFeR a écrit :
> > Hello,
> >
> > is there a possibility to view a document without the footnotes, so that
> > one could switch between a view with and without footnotes, but still
> > keeping them in the document? This would be very helpful…
>
> Hello,
>
> It is possible by keeping them in branches.
>
> HTH,
> JMarc
>


Re: Output / view without footnotes

2017-09-15 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes

Le 15/09/2017 à 12:25, jezZiFeR a écrit :

Hello,

is there a possibility to view a document without the footnotes, so that 
one could switch between a view with and without footnotes, but still 
keeping them in the document? This would be very helpful…


Hello,

It is possible by keeping them in branches.

HTH,
JMarc



Output / view without footnotes

2017-09-15 Thread jezZiFeR
Hello,

is there a possibility to view a document without the footnotes, so that one 
could switch between a view with and without footnotes, but still keeping them 
in the document? This would be very helpful…

Best
Jess



Re: module for footnotes as both footnotes and endnotes

2016-06-18 Thread Richard Heck
On 06/17/2016 05:09 AM, Lucas wrote:
> Thanks, again, Richard,
>
> Although your suggestions didn't exactly work, they lead me to a
> slightly burdensome approach that did work.  First, the Foot to End
> module does exactly as the \let\footnote=\endnote line I had used in
> the preamble.  It doesn't leave the footnotes' descriptions on each
> page but moves them to the end.  (I'm trying to get them placed in
> both locations.)  Insert> Custom Insets>Endnote does almost work when
> listing the footnote's contents inside it and still inside a normal
> footnote, but then the superscript for the footnote and for the
> endnote each are listed in the main text next to eachother.
>
> My ultimate solution was to manually create endnotes (beside each
> footnote), with this ERT recipe:
> \stepcounter{endnote}\endnotetext{Text of each endnote (same content
> as each footnote)}
>
> It removes the secondary endnote numbering from the main text body,
> while still creating an endnote as Insert>Custom Insets>Endnote would
> have.

Something like this in the preamble might work:

\usepackage{endnotes}
\let\oldfoot=\footnote
\renewcommand\footnote[1]{\oldfoot{#1}\stepcounter{endnote}\endnotetext{#1}}

Then you don't have to do anything manually in the text.

Richard



Re: module for footnotes as both footnotes and endnotes

2016-06-18 Thread Lucas
Everyone can disregard my off-topic question, as I've now worked around it
(however imperfectly) by labeling the entries of interest and using
references to the pages of the labels in a manually-structured
(non-)index.  I decided to take that route in the end because the person
I'm helping format this for, independently, manually, created an index
format that's grouped by subject so that alphabetically indexing wouldn't
have worked anyway.


Thanks for your immediate, experienced, & helpful support Richard,

  Luke


On Fri, Jun 17, 2016 at 4:09 AM, Lucas <jaffa225...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Thanks, again, Richard,
>
> Although your suggestions didn't exactly work, they lead me to a slightly
> burdensome approach that did work.  First, the Foot to End module does
> exactly as the \let\footnote=\endnote line I had used in the preamble.  It
> doesn't leave the footnotes' descriptions on each page but moves them to
> the end.  (I'm trying to get them placed in both locations.)  Insert>
> Custom Insets>Endnote does almost work when listing the footnote's contents
> inside it and still inside a normal footnote, but then the superscript for
> the footnote and for the endnote each are listed in the main text next to
> eachother.
>
> My ultimate solution was to manually create endnotes (beside each
> footnote), with this ERT recipe:
> \stepcounter{endnote}\endnotetext{Text of each endnote (same content as
> each footnote)}
>
> It removes the secondary endnote numbering from the main text body, while
> still creating an endnote as Insert>Custom Insets>Endnote would have.
>
> This is off-topic from the previous question, but I'm also hoping someone
> can tell me how to set an index to display one column in the memoir class,
> so that each entry spans completely within the the page's margins.  It
> seems to be set to two by default.
>
>
> Thanks,
>
>   Lucas
>
>
> On Thu, Jun 16, 2016 at 4:48 PM, Richard Heck <rgh...@lyx.org> wrote:
>
>> On 06/16/2016 10:03 AM, Lucas wrote:
>>
>> Okay, thanks Richard,
>>
>> The Endnote module is there, but if I add it after commenting out my
>> previously manually added preamble lines:
>>
>> \usepackage{endnotes}
>>
>> \let\footnote=\endnote
>>
>> I get an error about "Undefined control sequence" because of some TeX
>> containing "\theendnotes"  which I had used to place them.  Without that, I
>> don't see them as endnotes, but just footnotes.  Is there another,
>> expected, way to insert the endnote placeholder when using the Endnote
>> module?
>>
>>
>> It seems like you should be using the Foot to End module. The endnotes
>> module adds a special endnote inset, which can be used in addition to
>> footnotes. (It can be found under Insert> Custom Insets.) The Foot to End
>> module basically just adds the two commands you mentioned.
>>
>> Richard
>>
>>
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>>
>>   Luke
>>
>> On Thu, Jun 16, 2016 at 3:38 AM, Richard Heck <rgh...@lyx.org> wrote:
>>
>>> On 06/16/2016 08:33 AM, Lucas wrote:
>>>
>>> This wiki page suggests there will be ("As of LyX 1.6") a module that
>>> would enable both footnotes as endnotes and displayed as usual footnotes,
>>> but I can't seem to find it:  <https://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/EndNotes>
>>> https://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/EndNotes :
>>> "In the 1.6 series, endnotes will be supported by two sorts of layout
>>> modules <https://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/Concepts>. One of them, *foottoend*,
>>> just implements this trick. Another provides direct support for endnotes,
>>> in addition to footnotes."
>>>
>>>
>>> It should be listed under Document> Settings> Modules, as Endnote. If
>>> it's not there, what modules do you see listed?
>>>
>>> Richard
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
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Re: module for footnotes as both footnotes and endnotes

2016-06-17 Thread Lucas
Thanks, again, Richard,

Although your suggestions didn't exactly work, they lead me to a slightly
burdensome approach that did work.  First, the Foot to End module does
exactly as the \let\footnote=\endnote line I had used in the preamble.  It
doesn't leave the footnotes' descriptions on each page but moves them to
the end.  (I'm trying to get them placed in both locations.)  Insert>
Custom Insets>Endnote does almost work when listing the footnote's contents
inside it and still inside a normal footnote, but then the superscript for
the footnote and for the endnote each are listed in the main text next to
eachother.

My ultimate solution was to manually create endnotes (beside each
footnote), with this ERT recipe:
\stepcounter{endnote}\endnotetext{Text of each endnote (same content as
each footnote)}

It removes the secondary endnote numbering from the main text body, while
still creating an endnote as Insert>Custom Insets>Endnote would have.

This is off-topic from the previous question, but I'm also hoping someone
can tell me how to set an index to display one column in the memoir class,
so that each entry spans completely within the the page's margins.  It
seems to be set to two by default.


Thanks,

  Lucas


On Thu, Jun 16, 2016 at 4:48 PM, Richard Heck <rgh...@lyx.org> wrote:

> On 06/16/2016 10:03 AM, Lucas wrote:
>
> Okay, thanks Richard,
>
> The Endnote module is there, but if I add it after commenting out my
> previously manually added preamble lines:
>
> \usepackage{endnotes}
>
> \let\footnote=\endnote
>
> I get an error about "Undefined control sequence" because of some TeX
> containing "\theendnotes"  which I had used to place them.  Without that, I
> don't see them as endnotes, but just footnotes.  Is there another,
> expected, way to insert the endnote placeholder when using the Endnote
> module?
>
>
> It seems like you should be using the Foot to End module. The endnotes
> module adds a special endnote inset, which can be used in addition to
> footnotes. (It can be found under Insert> Custom Insets.) The Foot to End
> module basically just adds the two commands you mentioned.
>
> Richard
>
>
>
> Thanks,
>
>
>   Luke
>
> On Thu, Jun 16, 2016 at 3:38 AM, Richard Heck <rgh...@lyx.org> wrote:
>
>> On 06/16/2016 08:33 AM, Lucas wrote:
>>
>> This wiki page suggests there will be ("As of LyX 1.6") a module that
>> would enable both footnotes as endnotes and displayed as usual footnotes,
>> but I can't seem to find it:  <https://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/EndNotes>
>> https://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/EndNotes :
>> "In the 1.6 series, endnotes will be supported by two sorts of layout
>> modules <https://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/Concepts>. One of them, *foottoend*,
>> just implements this trick. Another provides direct support for endnotes,
>> in addition to footnotes."
>>
>>
>> It should be listed under Document> Settings> Modules, as Endnote. If
>> it's not there, what modules do you see listed?
>>
>> Richard
>>
>>
>
>
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Re: module for footnotes as both footnotes and endnotes

2016-06-16 Thread Richard Heck

On 06/16/2016 10:03 AM, Lucas wrote:

Okay, thanks Richard,

The Endnote module is there, but if I add it after commenting out my 
previously manually added preamble lines:


\usepackage{endnotes}

\let\footnote=\endnote

I get an error about "Undefined control sequence" because of some TeX 
containing "\theendnotes"  which I had used to place them.  Without 
that, I don't see them as endnotes, but just footnotes.  Is there 
another, expected, way to insert the endnote placeholder when using 
the Endnote module?




It seems like you should be using the Foot to End module. The endnotes 
module adds a special endnote inset, which can be used in addition to 
footnotes. (It can be found under Insert> Custom Insets.) The Foot to 
End module basically just adds the two commands you mentioned.


Richard




Thanks,


  Luke


On Thu, Jun 16, 2016 at 3:38 AM, Richard Heck <rgh...@lyx.org 
<mailto:rgh...@lyx.org>> wrote:


On 06/16/2016 08:33 AM, Lucas wrote:

This wiki page suggests there will be ("As of LyX 1.6") a module
that would enable both footnotes as endnotes and displayed as
usual footnotes, but I can't seem to find it:
https://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/EndNotes :
"In the 1.6 series, endnotes will be supported by two sorts of
layout modules <https://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/Concepts>. One of them,
/foottoend/, just implements this trick. Another provides direct
support for endnotes, in addition to footnotes."


It should be listed under Document> Settings> Modules, as Endnote.
If it's not there, what modules do you see listed?

Richard




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Re: module for footnotes as both footnotes and endnotes

2016-06-16 Thread Lucas
Okay, thanks Richard,

The Endnote module is there, but if I add it after commenting out my
previously manually added preamble lines:

\usepackage{endnotes}

\let\footnote=\endnote

I get an error about "Undefined control sequence" because of some TeX
containing "\theendnotes"  which I had used to place them.  Without that, I
don't see them as endnotes, but just footnotes.  Is there another,
expected, way to insert the endnote placeholder when using the Endnote
module?


Thanks,


  Luke

On Thu, Jun 16, 2016 at 3:38 AM, Richard Heck <rgh...@lyx.org> wrote:

> On 06/16/2016 08:33 AM, Lucas wrote:
>
> This wiki page suggests there will be ("As of LyX 1.6") a module that
> would enable both footnotes as endnotes and displayed as usual footnotes,
> but I can't seem to find it:  https://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/EndNotes :
> "In the 1.6 series, endnotes will be supported by two sorts of layout
> modules <https://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/Concepts>. One of them, *foottoend*,
> just implements this trick. Another provides direct support for endnotes,
> in addition to footnotes."
>
>
> It should be listed under Document> Settings> Modules, as Endnote. If it's
> not there, what modules do you see listed?
>
> Richard
>
>


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Re: module for footnotes as both footnotes and endnotes

2016-06-16 Thread Richard Heck

On 06/16/2016 08:33 AM, Lucas wrote:
This wiki page suggests there will be ("As of LyX 1.6") a module that 
would enable both footnotes as endnotes and displayed as usual 
footnotes, but I can't seem to find it: 
https://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/EndNotes :
"In the 1.6 series, endnotes will be supported by two sorts of layout 
modules <https://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/Concepts>. One of them, /foottoend/, 
just implements this trick. Another provides direct support for 
endnotes, in addition to footnotes."


It should be listed under Document> Settings> Modules, as Endnote. If 
it's not there, what modules do you see listed?


Richard



module for footnotes as both footnotes and endnotes

2016-06-16 Thread Lucas
This wiki page suggests there will be ("As of LyX 1.6") a module that would
enable both footnotes as endnotes and displayed as usual footnotes, but I
can't seem to find it:  https://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/EndNotes :
"In the 1.6 series, endnotes will be supported by two sorts of layout
modules <https://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/Concepts>. One of them, *foottoend*, just
implements this trick. Another provides direct support for endnotes, in
addition to footnotes."

I'm using LyX 2.1.2 on Debian GNU/Linux.

There is a workaround that keeps me changing the preamble:  I get an error
upon opening a document and trying to generate a PDF: "LaTeX Error: File
'file.ent' not found."  Then If I uncomment a line in the preamble saying,
"\let\footnote=\endnote", and regenerate the PDF, it compiles and displays
(but the footnotes only exist as endnotes).  Then, if I re-comment out that
preamble line, and regenerate the PDF, the footnotes are in both places
without error.  And it continues to work until I close and reopen the
document (when presumably file.ent is removed).

Is there a module that I'm just not seeing, or another simple solution?


Thanks,

  Luke


Re: Footnotes, Authors and Symbols.

2016-03-18 Thread Guillaume Munch

Le 16/03/2016 09:24, Pedro Ramos a écrit :

Hello. I've been writing an article-class document using Lyx 2.1.4 and
I've had trouble with the symbols which precede  the footnotes I've used
for displaying each author's e-mail. Before generating the .pdf
document, Lyx does display all the different symbols I'd like (asterisk,
dagger, ddagger,,,), but once the pdf is generated, they all turn into
asterisks (one, two or more, depending on the order).

How colud I fix it?


Hi

This is a feature of the spanish babel package you are using. If babel 
does this then I assume that daggers are not in use in spanish 
typography, so I would leave it that way. Or you could copy the original 
definition of @fnsymbol (see e.g. 
https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/78223/87201) into your preamble (maybe 
inside an \AtBeginDocument command).





Re: Footnotes, Authors and Symbols.

2016-03-16 Thread Pedro Ramos
Hello. I've been writing an article-class document using Lyx 2.1.4 and I've
had trouble with the symbols which precede  the footnotes I've used for
displaying each author's e-mail. Before generating the .pdf document, Lyx
does display all the different symbols I'd like (asterisk, dagger,
ddagger,,,), but once the pdf is generated, they all turn into asterisks
(one, two or more, depending on the order).

How colud I fix it?

2016-03-15 22:36 GMT+01:00 Scott Kostyshak <skost...@lyx.org>:

> On Tue, Mar 15, 2016 at 12:46:27PM +0100, Pedro Ramos wrote:
> > Hello. I've been writing an article-class document using Lyx 2.1.4 and
> I've
> > had trouble with the symbols which precede  the footnotes I've used for
> > displaying each author's e-mail. Before generating de .pdf document, Lyx
> > does display all the different symbols I'd like (asterisk, dagger,
> > ddagger,,,), but once the pdf is generated, they all turn into asterisks
> > (one, two or more, depending on the order).
> >
> > How colud I fix it?
>
> Hi Pedro,
>
> Can you please send a minimal example
> (https://wiki.lyx.org/FAQ/MinimalExample)
> to the list (and not to me personally) so that we can take a look and
> see if we can reproduce the issue?
>
> Best,
>
> Scott
>


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Re: Footnotes, Authors and Symbols.

2016-03-15 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Tue, Mar 15, 2016 at 12:46:27PM +0100, Pedro Ramos wrote:
> Hello. I've been writing an article-class document using Lyx 2.1.4 and I've
> had trouble with the symbols which precede  the footnotes I've used for
> displaying each author's e-mail. Before generating de .pdf document, Lyx
> does display all the different symbols I'd like (asterisk, dagger,
> ddagger,,,), but once the pdf is generated, they all turn into asterisks
> (one, two or more, depending on the order).
> 
> How colud I fix it?

Hi Pedro,

Can you please send a minimal example
(https://wiki.lyx.org/FAQ/MinimalExample)
to the list (and not to me personally) so that we can take a look and
see if we can reproduce the issue?

Best,

Scott


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Footnotes, Authors and Symbols.

2016-03-15 Thread Pedro Ramos
Hello. I've been writing an article-class document using Lyx 2.1.4 and I've
had trouble with the symbols which precede  the footnotes I've used for
displaying each author's e-mail. Before generating de .pdf document, Lyx
does display all the different symbols I'd like (asterisk, dagger,
ddagger,,,), but once the pdf is generated, they all turn into asterisks
(one, two or more, depending on the order).

How colud I fix it?


Re: Multiple Footnotes, Flexible Columns, Hebrew

2015-08-21 Thread John Kane
 Very nice. There have been a couple of times that I wanted just
that—basically a Tufte type layout but with the references in a reference
list and the notes beside the text. Getting snotez to work in Lyx may be
more than I can easily figure out but, for a two or three page paper which
was what I wanted it for, I can do it in ERT which one quick and dirty test
says will work with plain text and a simple table.

On 20 August 2015 at 12:09, Guenter Milde mi...@users.sf.net wrote:

 On 2015-08-20, John Kane wrote:

  [-- Type: text/plain, Encoding: quoted-printable --]

  Is there a way to number the margin notes?  Margin notes  were my first
  thought but I don't see any obvious way to number them.

 Have a look at the snotez package http://www.ctan.org/pkg/snotez

 I don't think it is directly supported by LyX, you may have to add some
 preamble code (faking the standard margin notes interface) or write a
 LyX-module defining a snote inset.

 Günter




-- 
John Kane
Kingston ON Canada


Re: Multiple Footnotes, Flexible Columns, Hebrew

2015-08-21 Thread John Kane
 Very nice. There have been a couple of times that I wanted just
that—basically a Tufte type layout but with the references in a reference
list and the notes beside the text. Getting snotez to work in Lyx may be
more than I can easily figure out but, for a two or three page paper which
was what I wanted it for, I can do it in ERT which one quick and dirty test
says will work with plain text and a simple table.

On 20 August 2015 at 12:09, Guenter Milde  wrote:

> On 2015-08-20, John Kane wrote:
>
> > [-- Type: text/plain, Encoding: quoted-printable --]
>
> > Is there a way to number the margin notes?  Margin notes  were my first
> > thought but I don't see any obvious way to number them.
>
> Have a look at the snotez package http://www.ctan.org/pkg/snotez
>
> I don't think it is directly supported by LyX, you may have to add some
> preamble code ("faking" the standard margin notes interface) or write a
> LyX-module defining a "snote" inset.
>
> Günter
>
>


-- 
John Kane
Kingston ON Canada


Re: Multiple Footnotes, Flexible Columns, Hebrew

2015-08-20 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2015-08-20, Justin Eisenberg wrote:

 [-- Type: text/plain, Encoding:  --]

Hi Justin,

 I'm looking to typeset a book in Hebrew. I want to do the following things:
 1) Have the main text in one column on the inside of the page (towards the
 binding)

OK. Documentclass book, page layout twoside.¹

 2) Have footnotes of the main text at the bottom of the page

Insert via InsertFootnote

 3) Have a second (different) set of footnotes for the main text in a column
 on the outer side of the page

Insert  Margin Note

 4) The columns should be flexible to bend around the text depending on
 length, etc.

Not out of the box. Requires LaTeX knowledge and maybe raw LaTeX
(ERT-insets) in the document.

 5) The numbering of the different sets of footnotes should be different
 styles.

OK.


Günter


¹ naming of menu entries and buttons may be differ depending on the LyX
  version and GUI language (my LyX speaks German).



Re: Multiple Footnotes, Flexible Columns, Hebrew

2015-08-20 Thread John Kane
Is there a way to number the margin notes?  Margin notes  were my first
thought but I don't see any obvious way to number them.

On 20 August 2015 at 03:32, Guenter Milde mi...@users.sf.net wrote:

 On 2015-08-20, Justin Eisenberg wrote:

  [-- Type: text/plain, Encoding:  --]

 Hi Justin,

  I'm looking to typeset a book in Hebrew. I want to do the following
 things:
  1) Have the main text in one column on the inside of the page (towards
 the
  binding)

 OK. Documentclass book, page layout twoside.¹

  2) Have footnotes of the main text at the bottom of the page

 Insert via InsertFootnote

  3) Have a second (different) set of footnotes for the main text in a
 column
  on the outer side of the page

 Insert  Margin Note

  4) The columns should be flexible to bend around the text depending on
  length, etc.

 Not out of the box. Requires LaTeX knowledge and maybe raw LaTeX
 (ERT-insets) in the document.

  5) The numbering of the different sets of footnotes should be different
  styles.

 OK.


 Günter


 ¹ naming of menu entries and buttons may be differ depending on the LyX
   version and GUI language (my LyX speaks German).




-- 
John Kane
Kingston ON Canada


Re: Multiple Footnotes, Flexible Columns, Hebrew

2015-08-20 Thread Richard Heck

On 08/20/2015 12:39 AM, Justin Eisenberg wrote:

Hi,

I'm looking to typeset a book in Hebrew. I want to do the following 
things:
1) Have the main text in one column on the inside of the page (towards 
the binding)

2) Have footnotes of the main text at the bottom of the page
3) Have a second (different) set of footnotes for the main text in a 
column on the outer side of the page
4) The columns should be flexible to bend around the text depending on 
length, etc.
5) The numbering of the different sets of footnotes should be 
different styles.


I have a attached a sample of what I want to do for the columns. It 
does not have footnotes at the bottom of the page, though I would want 
those, too.


Hi, Justin,

It's possible someone will be able to answer this question here, but you 
will do better, I suspect, to ask it on some LaTeX forum or other. This 
is not something LyX will help you do directly. You will first need to 
use suitable LaTeX packages to allow for different kinds of footnotes. 
The bigfoot package might help with that, I think, and I'm attaching a 
module I wrote once that uses it. But I have no idea how to get one type 
of footnote to appear in a separate column. Perhaps there are some 
packages designed for typesetting critical editions that could be used 
to do this.


So you first have to figure out how to do it on the level of LaTeX. 
That's why I said that, while it's possible someone here will know about 
this, it's more likely someone will know at the LaTeX forums on Stack 
Exchange or, most likely, on the comp.text.tex Usenet group.


Richard

#\DeclareLyXModule{Bigfoot}
#DescriptionBegin
#Adds some additional footnote insets. Based upon the bigfoot package.
#DescriptionEnd

Format 35

InsetLayout Flex:FootnoteRoman
LyXType custom
LatexName   footnoteR
LatexType   command
Decoration  classic
Font
SizeSmall
EndFont
MultiPartrue
LabelString Roman Note
Preamble
\usepackage{bigfoot}
\DeclareNewFootnote{R}[roman]
\MakeSorted{footnoteR}
EndPreamble
End

InsetLayout Flex:FootnoteAlph
CopyStyle Flex:FootnoteRoman
Decoration  classic
LatexName   footnoteA
LabelString Alpha Note
Preamble
\usepackage{bigfoot}
\DeclareNewFootnote{A}[alph]
\MakeSorted{footnoteA}
EndPreamble
End


Re: Multiple Footnotes, Flexible Columns, Hebrew

2015-08-20 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2015-08-20, John Kane wrote:

 [-- Type: text/plain, Encoding: quoted-printable --]

 Is there a way to number the margin notes?  Margin notes  were my first
 thought but I don't see any obvious way to number them.

Have a look at the snotez package http://www.ctan.org/pkg/snotez

I don't think it is directly supported by LyX, you may have to add some
preamble code (faking the standard margin notes interface) or write a
LyX-module defining a snote inset.

Günter



Re: Multiple Footnotes, Flexible Columns, Hebrew

2015-08-20 Thread Richard Heck

On 08/20/2015 12:39 AM, Justin Eisenberg wrote:

Hi,

I'm looking to typeset a book in Hebrew. I want to do the following 
things:
1) Have the main text in one column on the inside of the page (towards 
the binding)

2) Have footnotes of the main text at the bottom of the page
3) Have a second (different) set of footnotes for the main text in a 
column on the outer side of the page
4) The columns should be flexible to bend around the text depending on 
length, etc.
5) The numbering of the different sets of footnotes should be 
different styles.


I have a attached a sample of what I want to do for the columns. It 
does not have footnotes at the bottom of the page, though I would want 
those, too.


Hi, Justin,

It's possible someone will be able to answer this question here, but you 
will do better, I suspect, to ask it on some LaTeX forum or other. This 
is not something LyX will help you do directly. You will first need to 
use suitable LaTeX packages to allow for different kinds of footnotes. 
The bigfoot package might help with that, I think, and I'm attaching a 
module I wrote once that uses it. But I have no idea how to get one type 
of footnote to appear in a separate column. Perhaps there are some 
packages designed for typesetting critical editions that could be used 
to do this.


So you first have to figure out how to do it on the level of LaTeX. 
That's why I said that, while it's possible someone here will know about 
this, it's more likely someone will know at the LaTeX forums on Stack 
Exchange or, most likely, on the comp.text.tex Usenet group.


Richard

#\DeclareLyXModule{Bigfoot}
#DescriptionBegin
#Adds some additional footnote insets. Based upon the bigfoot package.
#DescriptionEnd

Format 35

InsetLayout Flex:FootnoteRoman
LyXType custom
LatexName   footnoteR
LatexType   command
Decoration  classic
Font
SizeSmall
EndFont
MultiPartrue
LabelString "Roman Note"
Preamble
\usepackage{bigfoot}
\DeclareNewFootnote{R}[roman]
\MakeSorted{footnoteR}
EndPreamble
End

InsetLayout Flex:FootnoteAlph
CopyStyle Flex:FootnoteRoman
Decoration  classic
LatexName   footnoteA
LabelString "Alpha Note"
Preamble
\usepackage{bigfoot}
\DeclareNewFootnote{A}[alph]
\MakeSorted{footnoteA}
EndPreamble
End


Re: Multiple Footnotes, Flexible Columns, Hebrew

2015-08-20 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2015-08-20, Justin Eisenberg wrote:

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

Hi Justin,

> I'm looking to typeset a book in Hebrew. I want to do the following things:
> 1) Have the main text in one column on the inside of the page (towards the
> binding)

OK. Documentclass book, page layout "twoside".¹

> 2) Have footnotes of the main text at the bottom of the page

Insert via Insert>Footnote

> 3) Have a second (different) set of footnotes for the main text in a column
> on the outer side of the page

Insert > Margin Note

> 4) The columns should be flexible to bend around the text depending on
> length, etc.

Not out of the box. Requires LaTeX knowledge and maybe raw LaTeX
(ERT-insets) in the document.

> 5) The numbering of the different sets of footnotes should be different
> styles.

OK.


Günter


¹ naming of menu entries and buttons may be differ depending on the LyX
  version and GUI language (my LyX speaks German).



Re: Multiple Footnotes, Flexible Columns, Hebrew

2015-08-20 Thread John Kane
Is there a way to number the margin notes?  Margin notes  were my first
thought but I don't see any obvious way to number them.

On 20 August 2015 at 03:32, Guenter Milde <mi...@users.sf.net> wrote:

> On 2015-08-20, Justin Eisenberg wrote:
>
> > [-- Type: text/plain, Encoding:  --]
>
> Hi Justin,
>
> > I'm looking to typeset a book in Hebrew. I want to do the following
> things:
> > 1) Have the main text in one column on the inside of the page (towards
> the
> > binding)
>
> OK. Documentclass book, page layout "twoside".¹
>
> > 2) Have footnotes of the main text at the bottom of the page
>
> Insert via Insert>Footnote
>
> > 3) Have a second (different) set of footnotes for the main text in a
> column
> > on the outer side of the page
>
> Insert > Margin Note
>
> > 4) The columns should be flexible to bend around the text depending on
> > length, etc.
>
> Not out of the box. Requires LaTeX knowledge and maybe raw LaTeX
> (ERT-insets) in the document.
>
> > 5) The numbering of the different sets of footnotes should be different
> > styles.
>
> OK.
>
>
> Günter
>
>
> ¹ naming of menu entries and buttons may be differ depending on the LyX
>   version and GUI language (my LyX speaks German).
>
>


-- 
John Kane
Kingston ON Canada


Re: Multiple Footnotes, Flexible Columns, Hebrew

2015-08-20 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2015-08-20, John Kane wrote:

> [-- Type: text/plain, Encoding: quoted-printable --]

> Is there a way to number the margin notes?  Margin notes  were my first
> thought but I don't see any obvious way to number them.

Have a look at the snotez package http://www.ctan.org/pkg/snotez

I don't think it is directly supported by LyX, you may have to add some
preamble code ("faking" the standard margin notes interface) or write a
LyX-module defining a "snote" inset.

Günter



Re: footnotes in glosses

2015-05-19 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
2015-05-19 6:19 GMT+02:00 Michael Berger id...@online.de:

  Is there a way to use footnotes in glosses?


\footnote itself does not seem to work, but you can put \footnotemark in
the glosse, and then, below the glosse \footnotetext{Actual footnote text}.

Jürgen



 Michael Berger




Re: footnotes in glosses

2015-05-19 Thread Michael Berger

On 05/19/2015 09:27 AM, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
2015-05-19 6:19 GMT+02:00 Michael Berger id...@online.de 
mailto:id...@online.de:


Is there a way to use footnotes in glosses?


\footnote itself does not seem to work, but you can put \footnotemark 
in the glosse, and then, below the glosse \footnotetext{Actual 
footnote text}.


Jürgen


Michael Berger


Great Jürgen, it works. I found that same method in another forum before 
but the explanation was just too impractical to be followed.

Yet another (last?) question: How to write the hash # in a gloss? :-D

Thanks and regards,
Michael

Jürgen,
very sorry for my stupid question re the hash - I just found it out: \#

Michael


Re: footnotes in glosses

2015-05-19 Thread Michael Berger

On 05/19/2015 09:27 AM, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
2015-05-19 6:19 GMT+02:00 Michael Berger id...@online.de 
mailto:id...@online.de:


Is there a way to use footnotes in glosses?


\footnote itself does not seem to work, but you can put \footnotemark 
in the glosse, and then, below the glosse \footnotetext{Actual 
footnote text}.


Jürgen


Michael Berger


Great Jürgen, it works. I found that same method in another forum before 
but the explanation was just too impractical to be followed.

Yet another (last?) question: How to write the hash # in a gloss? :-D

Thanks and regards,
Michael


Re: footnotes in glosses

2015-05-19 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
2015-05-19 6:19 GMT+02:00 Michael Berger id...@online.de:

  Is there a way to use footnotes in glosses?


\footnote itself does not seem to work, but you can put \footnotemark in
the glosse, and then, below the glosse \footnotetext{Actual footnote text}.

Jürgen



 Michael Berger




Re: footnotes in glosses

2015-05-19 Thread Michael Berger

On 05/19/2015 09:27 AM, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
2015-05-19 6:19 GMT+02:00 Michael Berger id...@online.de 
mailto:id...@online.de:


Is there a way to use footnotes in glosses?


\footnote itself does not seem to work, but you can put \footnotemark 
in the glosse, and then, below the glosse \footnotetext{Actual 
footnote text}.


Jürgen


Michael Berger


Great Jürgen, it works. I found that same method in another forum before 
but the explanation was just too impractical to be followed.

Yet another (last?) question: How to write the hash # in a gloss? :-D

Thanks and regards,
Michael


Re: footnotes in glosses

2015-05-19 Thread Michael Berger

On 05/19/2015 09:27 AM, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
2015-05-19 6:19 GMT+02:00 Michael Berger id...@online.de 
mailto:id...@online.de:


Is there a way to use footnotes in glosses?


\footnote itself does not seem to work, but you can put \footnotemark 
in the glosse, and then, below the glosse \footnotetext{Actual 
footnote text}.


Jürgen


Michael Berger


Great Jürgen, it works. I found that same method in another forum before 
but the explanation was just too impractical to be followed.

Yet another (last?) question: How to write the hash # in a gloss? :-D

Thanks and regards,
Michael

Jürgen,
very sorry for my stupid question re the hash - I just found it out: \#

Michael


Re: footnotes in glosses

2015-05-19 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
2015-05-19 6:19 GMT+02:00 Michael Berger <id...@online.de>:

>  Is there a way to use footnotes in glosses?
>

\footnote itself does not seem to work, but you can put \footnotemark in
the glosse, and then, below the glosse \footnotetext{Actual footnote text}.

Jürgen


>
> Michael Berger
>
>


Re: footnotes in glosses

2015-05-19 Thread Michael Berger

On 05/19/2015 09:27 AM, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
2015-05-19 6:19 GMT+02:00 Michael Berger <id...@online.de 
<mailto:id...@online.de>>:


Is there a way to use footnotes in glosses?


\footnote itself does not seem to work, but you can put \footnotemark 
in the glosse, and then, below the glosse \footnotetext{Actual 
footnote text}.


Jürgen


Michael Berger


Great Jürgen, it works. I found that same method in another forum before 
but the explanation was just too impractical to be followed.

Yet another (last?) question: How to write the hash # in a gloss? :-D

Thanks and regards,
Michael


Re: footnotes in glosses

2015-05-19 Thread Michael Berger

On 05/19/2015 09:27 AM, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
2015-05-19 6:19 GMT+02:00 Michael Berger <id...@online.de 
<mailto:id...@online.de>>:


Is there a way to use footnotes in glosses?


\footnote itself does not seem to work, but you can put \footnotemark 
in the glosse, and then, below the glosse \footnotetext{Actual 
footnote text}.


Jürgen


Michael Berger


Great Jürgen, it works. I found that same method in another forum before 
but the explanation was just too impractical to be followed.

Yet another (last?) question: How to write the hash # in a gloss? :-D

Thanks and regards,
Michael

Jürgen,
very sorry for my stupid question re the hash - I just found it out: \#

Michael


footnotes in glosses

2015-05-18 Thread Michael Berger

Is there a way to use footnotes in glosses?

Michael Berger



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footnotes in glosses

2015-05-18 Thread Michael Berger

Is there a way to use footnotes in glosses?

Michael Berger



Michael Berger, Dipl. Ing.
Im Borngrund 7a
D-35606 Solms
id...@online.de
Fon: +49 6442 706509
Fax: 032121247536
Linux member





footnotes in glosses

2015-05-18 Thread Michael Berger

Is there a way to use footnotes in glosses?

Michael Berger



Michael Berger, Dipl. Ing.
Im Borngrund 7a
D-35606 Solms
id...@online.de
Fon: +49 6442 706509
Fax: 032121247536
Linux member





Query about footnotes in Lyx: size appears too small

2015-03-09 Thread Frederick FN Noronha * फ्रेड्रिक नोरोन्या * فريدريك نورونيا
Dear all:

I would be very grateful if anyone could give me a clue on how to
universally enahance the font size of footnotes in a book.

The current size I'm using appear too small.

My document settings are as follows:

\usepackage{lettrine}

%\usepackage{watermark}

%\usepackage{draftcopy}

\usepackage{showidx}

%\usepackage{lmodern}

\usepackage{microtype}

\date{}


%\newcounter{pl}

%\newcommand\ragmarpar[1]{%

%\stepcounter{pl}\label{pl-\thepl}%

%\ifthenelse{\isodd{\pageref{pl-\thepl}}}%

%{\marginpar{\raggedright #1}}

%{\marginpar{\raggedleft #1}}

%}

%\makeindex

\usepackage{multicol}


\setlength{\footnotesep}{12pt}

%\usepackage[margin=10pt,font=small,labelfont=bf,labelsep=endash]{caption}

\renewcommand{\normalsize}{\fontsize{11.2pt}{13.2pt}\selectfont}


\usepackage[hang,splitrule]{footmisc}

\addtolength{\footskip}{0.5cm}

\setlength{\footnotemargin}{0.3cm}

\setlength{\footnotesep}{0.4cm}




 Index Macro 

%\renewenvironment{theindex}

%{\cleardoublepage\if@twocolumn

\@restonecolfalse

%\else

\@restonecoltrue

%\fi

%\columnseprule

%\z@

%\columnsep

%35\p@

%\twocolumn[\@makeschapterhead{\indexname}]%%

%%%\@mkboth{\MakeUppercase\indexname}%

%%%{\MakeUppercase\indexname}%

%\@mkboth{\MakeUppercase\indexname}%

%{\MakeUppercase\indexname}%

%\markboth{Index}{Index}

%\thispagestyle{folio}\parindent\z@

%\pagestyle{headings}

%\parskip\z@ \@plus .3\p@\relax

%\let\item\@idxitem}

%{\if@restonecol\onecolumn\else\clearpage\fi}


\usepackage{draftwatermark}

\SetWatermarkText{}

\SetWatermarkScale{.7}



%%%

\newbox\tempbox

\newdimen\nomenwidth

\newenvironment{symbollist}[1]{%

\addvspace{12pt}

\setbox\tempbox\hbox{#1\hskip1em}%

\global\nomenwidth\wd\tempbox

%\section*{Sumbol Description}

\noindent{\SectionHeadFont Symbol Description}\vskip6pt

\begin{multicols}{2}}{%

\end{multicols}\par\addvspace{12pt}}

\def\symbolentry#1#2{\par\noindent\@hangfrom{\hbox to

\nomenwidth{#1\hss}}#2\par}




%%%

\widowpenalty=1

\hyphenpenalty=50

\clubpenalty=1

\raggedbottom

\tolerance=5000

\interfootnotelinepenalty=1

\renewcommand{\floatpagefraction}{0.65}


%\makeindex{}


 \usepackage{eso-pic}

\usepackage{graphicx}

\usepackage{color}

\usepackage{type1cm}

%\makeatletter

% \AddToShipoutPicture{%

% \setlength{\@tempdimb}{.5\paperwidth}%

% \setlength{\@tempdimc}{.5\paperheight}%

% \setlength{\unitlength}{1pt}%

% \put(\strip@pt\@tempdimb,\strip@pt\@tempdimc){%

%
\makebox(0,0){\rotatebox{45}{\textcolor[gray]{0.75}{\fontsize{5cm}{5cm}\selectfont{Draft

% }

%}

%\makeatother

%\makeindex



%\renewcommand{\arraystretch}{1.05}


%\usepackage{caption}

%\captionsetup{labelfont=bf,format=plain,indention=0cm,justification=raggedright,singlelinecheck=false}

%\setlength\tabcolsep{10pt}

%\usepackage[hang,splitrule]{footmisc}

%\addtolength{\footskip}{0.5cm}

%\setlength{\footnotemargin}{0.3cm}

%\setlength{\footnotesep}{0.4cm}

%\renewcommand{\arraystretch}{2}

%\newcounter{pl}

%\newcommand\ragmarpar[1]{%

%\stepcounter{pl}\label{pl-\thepl}%

%\ifthenelse{\isodd{\pageref{pl-\thepl}}}%

%{\marginpar{\raggedright #1}}

%{\marginpar{\raggedleft #1}}

%}

%\setitemize[0]{leftmargin=15pt,itemindent=0pt,labelwidth=10pt}


%\setlength{\footnotesep}{12pt}

%\usepackage[margin=10pt,font=small,labelfont=bf,labelsep=endash]{caption}

\renewcommand{\normalsize}{\fontsize{10pt}{13.4pt}\selectfont}


Regards and thanks in advance,

FN

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Goa,1556 Shared Content at archive.org https://archive.org/details/goa1556


Query about footnotes in Lyx: size appears too small

2015-03-09 Thread Frederick FN Noronha * फ्रेड्रिक नोरोन्या * فريدريك نورونيا
Dear all:

I would be very grateful if anyone could give me a clue on how to
universally enahance the font size of footnotes in a book.

The current size I'm using appear too small.

My document settings are as follows:

\usepackage{lettrine}

%\usepackage{watermark}

%\usepackage{draftcopy}

\usepackage{showidx}

%\usepackage{lmodern}

\usepackage{microtype}

\date{}


%\newcounter{pl}

%\newcommand\ragmarpar[1]{%

%\stepcounter{pl}\label{pl-\thepl}%

%\ifthenelse{\isodd{\pageref{pl-\thepl}}}%

%{\marginpar{\raggedright #1}}

%{\marginpar{\raggedleft #1}}

%}

%\makeindex

\usepackage{multicol}


\setlength{\footnotesep}{12pt}

%\usepackage[margin=10pt,font=small,labelfont=bf,labelsep=endash]{caption}

\renewcommand{\normalsize}{\fontsize{11.2pt}{13.2pt}\selectfont}


\usepackage[hang,splitrule]{footmisc}

\addtolength{\footskip}{0.5cm}

\setlength{\footnotemargin}{0.3cm}

\setlength{\footnotesep}{0.4cm}




 Index Macro 

%\renewenvironment{theindex}

%{\cleardoublepage\if@twocolumn

\@restonecolfalse

%\else

\@restonecoltrue

%\fi

%\columnseprule

%\z@

%\columnsep

%35\p@

%\twocolumn[\@makeschapterhead{\indexname}]%%

%%%\@mkboth{\MakeUppercase\indexname}%

%%%{\MakeUppercase\indexname}%

%\@mkboth{\MakeUppercase\indexname}%

%{\MakeUppercase\indexname}%

%\markboth{Index}{Index}

%\thispagestyle{folio}\parindent\z@

%\pagestyle{headings}

%\parskip\z@ \@plus .3\p@\relax

%\let\item\@idxitem}

%{\if@restonecol\onecolumn\else\clearpage\fi}


\usepackage{draftwatermark}

\SetWatermarkText{}

\SetWatermarkScale{.7}



%%%

\newbox\tempbox

\newdimen\nomenwidth

\newenvironment{symbollist}[1]{%

\addvspace{12pt}

\setbox\tempbox\hbox{#1\hskip1em}%

\global\nomenwidth\wd\tempbox

%\section*{Sumbol Description}

\noindent{\SectionHeadFont Symbol Description}\vskip6pt

\begin{multicols}{2}}{%

\end{multicols}\par\addvspace{12pt}}

\def\symbolentry#1#2{\par\noindent\@hangfrom{\hbox to

\nomenwidth{#1\hss}}#2\par}




%%%

\widowpenalty=1

\hyphenpenalty=50

\clubpenalty=1

\raggedbottom

\tolerance=5000

\interfootnotelinepenalty=1

\renewcommand{\floatpagefraction}{0.65}


%\makeindex{}


 \usepackage{eso-pic}

\usepackage{graphicx}

\usepackage{color}

\usepackage{type1cm}

%\makeatletter

% \AddToShipoutPicture{%

% \setlength{\@tempdimb}{.5\paperwidth}%

% \setlength{\@tempdimc}{.5\paperheight}%

% \setlength{\unitlength}{1pt}%

% \put(\strip@pt\@tempdimb,\strip@pt\@tempdimc){%

%
\makebox(0,0){\rotatebox{45}{\textcolor[gray]{0.75}{\fontsize{5cm}{5cm}\selectfont{Draft

% }

%}

%\makeatother

%\makeindex



%\renewcommand{\arraystretch}{1.05}


%\usepackage{caption}

%\captionsetup{labelfont=bf,format=plain,indention=0cm,justification=raggedright,singlelinecheck=false}

%\setlength\tabcolsep{10pt}

%\usepackage[hang,splitrule]{footmisc}

%\addtolength{\footskip}{0.5cm}

%\setlength{\footnotemargin}{0.3cm}

%\setlength{\footnotesep}{0.4cm}

%\renewcommand{\arraystretch}{2}

%\newcounter{pl}

%\newcommand\ragmarpar[1]{%

%\stepcounter{pl}\label{pl-\thepl}%

%\ifthenelse{\isodd{\pageref{pl-\thepl}}}%

%{\marginpar{\raggedright #1}}

%{\marginpar{\raggedleft #1}}

%}

%\setitemize[0]{leftmargin=15pt,itemindent=0pt,labelwidth=10pt}


%\setlength{\footnotesep}{12pt}

%\usepackage[margin=10pt,font=small,labelfont=bf,labelsep=endash]{caption}

\renewcommand{\normalsize}{\fontsize{10pt}{13.4pt}\selectfont}


Regards and thanks in advance,

FN

-- 
P +91-832-2409490 M 9822122436 Twitter: @fn Facebook: fredericknoronha
Goa,1556 Shared Content at archive.org https://archive.org/details/goa1556


Query about footnotes in Lyx: size appears too small

2015-03-09 Thread Frederick FN Noronha * फ्रेड्रिक नोरोन्या * فريدريك نورونيا
Dear all:

I would be very grateful if anyone could give me a clue on how to
universally enahance the font size of footnotes in a book.

The current size I'm using appear too small.

My document settings are as follows:

\usepackage{lettrine}

%\usepackage{watermark}

%\usepackage{draftcopy}

\usepackage{showidx}

%\usepackage{lmodern}

\usepackage{microtype}

\date{}


%\newcounter{pl}

%\newcommand\ragmarpar[1]{%

%\stepcounter{pl}\label{pl-\thepl}%

%\ifthenelse{\isodd{\pageref{pl-\thepl}}}%

%{\marginpar{\raggedright #1}}

%{\marginpar{\raggedleft #1}}

%}

%\makeindex

\usepackage{multicol}


\setlength{\footnotesep}{12pt}

%\usepackage[margin=10pt,font=small,labelfont=bf,labelsep=endash]{caption}

\renewcommand{\normalsize}{\fontsize{11.2pt}{13.2pt}\selectfont}


\usepackage[hang,splitrule]{footmisc}

\addtolength{\footskip}{0.5cm}

\setlength{\footnotemargin}{0.3cm}

\setlength{\footnotesep}{0.4cm}




 Index Macro 

%\renewenvironment{theindex}

%{\cleardoublepage\if@twocolumn

\@restonecolfalse

%\else

\@restonecoltrue

%\fi

%\columnseprule

%\z@

%\columnsep

%35\p@

%\twocolumn[\@makeschapterhead{\indexname}]%%

%%%\@mkboth{\MakeUppercase\indexname}%

%%%{\MakeUppercase\indexname}%

%\@mkboth{\MakeUppercase\indexname}%

%{\MakeUppercase\indexname}%

%\markboth{Index}{Index}

%\thispagestyle{folio}\parindent\z@

%\pagestyle{headings}

%\parskip\z@ \@plus .3\p@\relax

%\let\item\@idxitem}

%{\if@restonecol\onecolumn\else\clearpage\fi}


\usepackage{draftwatermark}

\SetWatermarkText{}

\SetWatermarkScale{.7}



%%%

\newbox\tempbox

\newdimen\nomenwidth

\newenvironment{symbollist}[1]{%

\addvspace{12pt}

\setbox\tempbox\hbox{#1\hskip1em}%

\global\nomenwidth\wd\tempbox

%\section*{Sumbol Description}

\noindent{\SectionHeadFont Symbol Description}\vskip6pt

\begin{multicols}{2}}{%

\end{multicols}\par\addvspace{12pt}}

\def\symbolentry#1#2{\par\noindent\@hangfrom{\hbox to

\nomenwidth{#1\hss}}#2\par}




%%%

\widowpenalty=1

\hyphenpenalty=50

\clubpenalty=1

\raggedbottom

\tolerance=5000

\interfootnotelinepenalty=1

\renewcommand{\floatpagefraction}{0.65}


%\makeindex{}


 \usepackage{eso-pic}

\usepackage{graphicx}

\usepackage{color}

\usepackage{type1cm}

%\makeatletter

% \AddToShipoutPicture{%

% \setlength{\@tempdimb}{.5\paperwidth}%

% \setlength{\@tempdimc}{.5\paperheight}%

% \setlength{\unitlength}{1pt}%

% \put(\strip@pt\@tempdimb,\strip@pt\@tempdimc){%

%
\makebox(0,0){\rotatebox{45}{\textcolor[gray]{0.75}{\fontsize{5cm}{5cm}\selectfont{Draft

% }

%}

%\makeatother

%\makeindex



%\renewcommand{\arraystretch}{1.05}


%\usepackage{caption}

%\captionsetup{labelfont=bf,format=plain,indention=0cm,justification=raggedright,singlelinecheck=false}

%\setlength\tabcolsep{10pt}

%\usepackage[hang,splitrule]{footmisc}

%\addtolength{\footskip}{0.5cm}

%\setlength{\footnotemargin}{0.3cm}

%\setlength{\footnotesep}{0.4cm}

%\renewcommand{\arraystretch}{2}

%\newcounter{pl}

%\newcommand\ragmarpar[1]{%

%\stepcounter{pl}\label{pl-\thepl}%

%\ifthenelse{\isodd{\pageref{pl-\thepl}}}%

%{\marginpar{\raggedright #1}}

%{\marginpar{\raggedleft #1}}

%}

%\setitemize[0]{leftmargin=15pt,itemindent=0pt,labelwidth=10pt}


%\setlength{\footnotesep}{12pt}

%\usepackage[margin=10pt,font=small,labelfont=bf,labelsep=endash]{caption}

\renewcommand{\normalsize}{\fontsize{10pt}{13.4pt}\selectfont}


Regards and thanks in advance,

FN

-- 
P +91-832-2409490 M 9822122436 Twitter: @fn Facebook: fredericknoronha
Goa,1556 Shared Content at archive.org https://archive.org/details/goa1556


\usepackage{flushend} on two-column documents causes misplaced footnotes

2014-08-28 Thread Jerry
When I insert 

\usepackage{flushend}

into the preamble and make the setting for two-column output, so that the 
columns on the last page have the same length (flush end), _some_ footnotes 
appear in embarrassingly inappropriate places, meaning, in the middle of a 
column, surrounded above and below by normal text.

Is this a TeX problem? Is there a known cure? Should I go to a LaTeX group and 
ask this?

Jerry

Re: \usepackage{flushend} on two-column documents causes misplaced footnotes

2014-08-28 Thread Richard Heck

On 08/28/2014 07:11 AM, Jerry wrote:

When I insert

\usepackage{flushend}

into the preamble and make the setting for two-column output, so that the columns on the 
last page have the same length (flush end), _some_ footnotes appear in 
embarrassingly inappropriate places, meaning, in the middle of a column, surrounded above 
and below by normal text.

Is this a TeX problem? Is there a known cure? Should I go to a LaTeX group and 
ask this?


Yes, it's presumably an issue with that package.

rh



Re: \usepackage{flushend} on two-column documents causes misplaced footnotes

2014-08-28 Thread Marcelo Acuña
I have not problem with flushend and two columns.
Maybe the problem is caused elsewhere in the document or preamble.


Regards
Marcelo


El Jueves, 28 de agosto, 2014 12:24:03, Richard Heck rgh...@lyx.org escribió:
 


On 08/28/2014 07:11 AM, Jerry wrote:

 When I insert

 \usepackage{flushend}

 into the preamble and make the setting for two-column output, so that the 
 columns on the last page have the same length (flush end), _some_ footnotes 
 appear in embarrassingly inappropriate places, meaning, in the middle of a 
 column, surrounded above and below by normal text.

 Is this a TeX problem? Is there a known cure? Should I go to a LaTeX group 
 and ask this?

Yes, it's presumably an issue with that package.

rh

\usepackage{flushend} on two-column documents causes misplaced footnotes

2014-08-28 Thread Jerry
When I insert 

\usepackage{flushend}

into the preamble and make the setting for two-column output, so that the 
columns on the last page have the same length (flush end), _some_ footnotes 
appear in embarrassingly inappropriate places, meaning, in the middle of a 
column, surrounded above and below by normal text.

Is this a TeX problem? Is there a known cure? Should I go to a LaTeX group and 
ask this?

Jerry

Re: \usepackage{flushend} on two-column documents causes misplaced footnotes

2014-08-28 Thread Richard Heck

On 08/28/2014 07:11 AM, Jerry wrote:

When I insert

\usepackage{flushend}

into the preamble and make the setting for two-column output, so that the columns on the 
last page have the same length (flush end), _some_ footnotes appear in 
embarrassingly inappropriate places, meaning, in the middle of a column, surrounded above 
and below by normal text.

Is this a TeX problem? Is there a known cure? Should I go to a LaTeX group and 
ask this?


Yes, it's presumably an issue with that package.

rh



Re: \usepackage{flushend} on two-column documents causes misplaced footnotes

2014-08-28 Thread Marcelo Acuña
I have not problem with flushend and two columns.
Maybe the problem is caused elsewhere in the document or preamble.


Regards
Marcelo


El Jueves, 28 de agosto, 2014 12:24:03, Richard Heck rgh...@lyx.org escribió:
 


On 08/28/2014 07:11 AM, Jerry wrote:

 When I insert

 \usepackage{flushend}

 into the preamble and make the setting for two-column output, so that the 
 columns on the last page have the same length (flush end), _some_ footnotes 
 appear in embarrassingly inappropriate places, meaning, in the middle of a 
 column, surrounded above and below by normal text.

 Is this a TeX problem? Is there a known cure? Should I go to a LaTeX group 
 and ask this?

Yes, it's presumably an issue with that package.

rh

\usepackage{flushend} on two-column documents causes misplaced footnotes

2014-08-28 Thread Jerry
When I insert 

\usepackage{flushend}

into the preamble and make the setting for two-column output, so that the 
columns on the last page have the same length ("flush end"), _some_ footnotes 
appear in embarrassingly inappropriate places, meaning, in the middle of a 
column, surrounded above and below by normal text.

Is this a TeX problem? Is there a known cure? Should I go to a LaTeX group and 
ask this?

Jerry

Re: \usepackage{flushend} on two-column documents causes misplaced footnotes

2014-08-28 Thread Richard Heck

On 08/28/2014 07:11 AM, Jerry wrote:

When I insert

\usepackage{flushend}

into the preamble and make the setting for two-column output, so that the columns on the 
last page have the same length ("flush end"), _some_ footnotes appear in 
embarrassingly inappropriate places, meaning, in the middle of a column, surrounded above 
and below by normal text.

Is this a TeX problem? Is there a known cure? Should I go to a LaTeX group and 
ask this?


Yes, it's presumably an issue with that package.

rh



Re: \usepackage{flushend} on two-column documents causes misplaced footnotes

2014-08-28 Thread Marcelo Acuña
I have not problem with flushend and two columns.
Maybe the problem is caused elsewhere in the document or preamble.


Regards
Marcelo


El Jueves, 28 de agosto, 2014 12:24:03, Richard Heck <rgh...@lyx.org> escribió:
 


On 08/28/2014 07:11 AM, Jerry wrote:

> When I insert
>
> \usepackage{flushend}
>
> into the preamble and make the setting for two-column output, so that the 
> columns on the last page have the same length ("flush end"), _some_ footnotes 
> appear in embarrassingly inappropriate places, meaning, in the middle of a 
> column, surrounded above and below by normal text.
>
> Is this a TeX problem? Is there a known cure? Should I go to a LaTeX group 
> and ask this?

Yes, it's presumably an issue with that package.

rh

Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-11-10 Thread Sebastien
Enrico Forestieri forenr at lyx.org writes:

 
 Try the following line in the preamble:
 
 \def\ at makefnmark{\hbox{\ at textsuperscript{\small\ at thefnmark}}}
 

Thanks for the suggestion, but when I put that command in the
preamble all of the footnote marks become much bigger
than they should be.
Sebastien.





Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-11-10 Thread Sebastien
Enrico Forestieri forenr at lyx.org writes:

 
 Try the following line in the preamble:
 
 \def\ at makefnmark{\hbox{\ at textsuperscript{\small\ at thefnmark}}}
 

Thanks for the suggestion, but when I put that command in the
preamble all of the footnote marks become much bigger
than they should be.
Sebastien.





Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-11-10 Thread Sebastien
Enrico Forestieri  lyx.org> writes:

> 
> Try the following line in the preamble:
> 
> \def\  makefnmark{\hbox{\  textsuperscript{\small\  thefnmark}}}
> 

Thanks for the suggestion, but when I put that command in the
preamble all of the footnote marks become much bigger
than they should be.
Sebastien.





Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-11-02 Thread Enrico Forestieri
Sebastien writes:

 Thanks for your remarks. I'll look into the latex commands to tweak
 this and see if there is anything possible. The solution
 suggested by Stefano provides a good starting point. The documentation
 on this seems slim, though, despite it being what would appear
 to be a fairly common occurrence (footnotes in titles).

Try the following line in the preamble:

\def\@makefnmark{\hbox{\@textsuperscript{\small\@thefnmark}}}

-- 
Enrico




Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-11-02 Thread Enrico Forestieri
Sebastien writes:

 Thanks for your remarks. I'll look into the latex commands to tweak
 this and see if there is anything possible. The solution
 suggested by Stefano provides a good starting point. The documentation
 on this seems slim, though, despite it being what would appear
 to be a fairly common occurrence (footnotes in titles).

Try the following line in the preamble:

\def\@makefnmark{\hbox{\@textsuperscript{\small\@thefnmark}}}

-- 
Enrico




Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-11-02 Thread Enrico Forestieri
Sebastien writes:

> Thanks for your remarks. I'll look into the latex commands to tweak
> this and see if there is anything possible. The solution
> suggested by Stefano provides a good starting point. The documentation
> on this seems slim, though, despite it being what would appear
> to be a fairly common occurrence (footnotes in titles).

Try the following line in the preamble:

\def\@makefnmark{\hbox{\@textsuperscript{\small\@thefnmark}}}

-- 
Enrico




Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-10-30 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2013-10-29, Sebastien wrote:
 This is a rather uncommon (but not unreasonable) request. I am quite sure
 there is a way, at least with ERT.

 If I were you, I would try to get this working in LaTeX first, asking at the
 comp.text.tex usenet list. Then I would try to get LyX to generate the
 required LaTeX code.

 Thanks for that. I did try fiddling with commands in ERT, but none
 of them worked. I'll try at the site you mention.

 Also, it might be interesting to note that, in his 'footmisc' package
 documentation, Robin Fairbanks repeats that it's best to avoid
 footnotes in titles — but in the very same document he has
 not one, but *two* footnotes before he even gets to the first
 paragraph!

Of course, the documentation is there to show what is possible with
footmisc, even if it is not recommended. There are other footnote
packages on CTAN, you could try whether any of them supports the style
you want to achieve. With a *minimal* LaTeX example that gives the
desired output, the LyX gurus on this list will certainly help you
implementing this in LyX.

Günter



Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-10-30 Thread Sebastien

Stefano,
Thanks a lot for your help. That's great. It's not perfect, but it does work,
and is good enough to get by for the moment.
Sebastien



Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-10-30 Thread Sebastien
 Of course, the documentation is there to show what is possible with
 footmisc, even if it is not recommended. There are other footnote
 packages on CTAN, you could try whether any of them supports the style
 you want to achieve. With a *minimal* LaTeX example that gives the
 desired output, the LyX gurus on this list will certainly help you
 implementing this in LyX.
 
 Günter
 

Thanks for your remarks. I'll look into the latex commands to tweak
this and see if there is anything possible. The solution
suggested by Stefano provides a good starting point. The documentation
on this seems slim, though, despite it being what would appear
to be a fairly common occurrence (footnotes in titles).
Sebastien






Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-10-30 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2013-10-29, Sebastien wrote:
 This is a rather uncommon (but not unreasonable) request. I am quite sure
 there is a way, at least with ERT.

 If I were you, I would try to get this working in LaTeX first, asking at the
 comp.text.tex usenet list. Then I would try to get LyX to generate the
 required LaTeX code.

 Thanks for that. I did try fiddling with commands in ERT, but none
 of them worked. I'll try at the site you mention.

 Also, it might be interesting to note that, in his 'footmisc' package
 documentation, Robin Fairbanks repeats that it's best to avoid
 footnotes in titles — but in the very same document he has
 not one, but *two* footnotes before he even gets to the first
 paragraph!

Of course, the documentation is there to show what is possible with
footmisc, even if it is not recommended. There are other footnote
packages on CTAN, you could try whether any of them supports the style
you want to achieve. With a *minimal* LaTeX example that gives the
desired output, the LyX gurus on this list will certainly help you
implementing this in LyX.

Günter



Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-10-30 Thread Sebastien

Stefano,
Thanks a lot for your help. That's great. It's not perfect, but it does work,
and is good enough to get by for the moment.
Sebastien



Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-10-30 Thread Sebastien
 Of course, the documentation is there to show what is possible with
 footmisc, even if it is not recommended. There are other footnote
 packages on CTAN, you could try whether any of them supports the style
 you want to achieve. With a *minimal* LaTeX example that gives the
 desired output, the LyX gurus on this list will certainly help you
 implementing this in LyX.
 
 Günter
 

Thanks for your remarks. I'll look into the latex commands to tweak
this and see if there is anything possible. The solution
suggested by Stefano provides a good starting point. The documentation
on this seems slim, though, despite it being what would appear
to be a fairly common occurrence (footnotes in titles).
Sebastien






Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-10-30 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2013-10-29, Sebastien wrote:
>> This is a rather uncommon (but not unreasonable) request. I am quite sure
>> there is a way, at least with ERT.

>> If I were you, I would try to get this working in LaTeX first, asking at the
>> comp.text.tex usenet list. Then I would try to get LyX to generate the
>> required LaTeX code.

> Thanks for that. I did try fiddling with commands in ERT, but none
> of them worked. I'll try at the site you mention.

> Also, it might be interesting to note that, in his 'footmisc' package
> documentation, Robin Fairbanks repeats that it's best to avoid
> footnotes in titles — but in the very same document he has
> not one, but *two* footnotes before he even gets to the first
> paragraph!

Of course, the documentation is there to show what is possible with
footmisc, even if it is not recommended. There are other footnote
packages on CTAN, you could try whether any of them supports the style
you want to achieve. With a *minimal* LaTeX example that gives the
desired output, the LyX gurus on this list will certainly help you
implementing this in LyX.

Günter



Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-10-30 Thread Sebastien

Stefano,
Thanks a lot for your help. That's great. It's not perfect, but it does work,
and is good enough to get by for the moment.
Sebastien



Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-10-30 Thread Sebastien
> Of course, the documentation is there to show what is possible with
> footmisc, even if it is not recommended. There are other footnote
> packages on CTAN, you could try whether any of them supports the style
> you want to achieve. With a *minimal* LaTeX example that gives the
> desired output, the LyX gurus on this list will certainly help you
> implementing this in LyX.
> 
> Günter
> 

Thanks for your remarks. I'll look into the latex commands to tweak
this and see if there is anything possible. The solution
suggested by Stefano provides a good starting point. The documentation
on this seems slim, though, despite it being what would appear
to be a fairly common occurrence (footnotes in titles).
Sebastien






Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-10-29 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2013-10-28, Sebastien wrote:
 Wolfgang Engelmann engelmann at uni-tuebingen.de writes:

 Is there a
  way to change the formatting of the footnote mark within a title, in
  order to make the footnote mark less obtrusive at this particular
  place? I've tried a number of things but none of them work.

This is a rather uncommon (but not unreasonable) request. I am quite sure
there is a way, at least with ERT.

If I were you, I would try to get this working in LaTeX first, asking at the
comp.text.tex usenet list. Then I would try to get LyX to generate the
required LaTeX code.

Günter



Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-10-29 Thread Sebastien
 This is a rather uncommon (but not unreasonable) request. I am quite sure
 there is a way, at least with ERT.
 
 If I were you, I would try to get this working in LaTeX first, asking at the
 comp.text.tex usenet list. Then I would try to get LyX to generate the
 required LaTeX code.
 
 Günter
 
 


Thanks for that. I did try fiddling with commands in ERT, but none
of them worked. I'll try at the site you mention.

Also, it might be interesting to note that, in his 'footmisc' package
documentation, Robin Fairbanks repeats that it's best to avoid
footnotes in titles — but in the very same document he has
not one, but *two* footnotes before he even gets to the first
paragraph!

Sebastien



Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-10-29 Thread stefano franchi
On Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 4:23 PM, Sebastien s.no...@free.fr wrote:

  This is a rather uncommon (but not unreasonable) request. I am quite sure
  there is a way, at least with ERT.
 
  If I were you, I would try to get this working in LaTeX first, asking at
 the
  comp.text.tex usenet list. Then I would try to get LyX to generate the
  required LaTeX code.
 
  Günter
 
 


 Thanks for that. I did try fiddling with commands in ERT, but none
 of them worked. I'll try at the site you mention.

 Also, it might be interesting to note that, in his 'footmisc' package
 documentation, Robin Fairbanks repeats that it's best to avoid
 footnotes in titles — but in the very same document he has
 not one, but *two* footnotes before he even gets to the first
 paragraph!


Sebastien, you may have tried this already, it kinds of does what you want
but not quite. It may be a starting point though:

try inserting this ERT command just before your footnote: \footnotesize{
(ending with an open brace, no closing brace)
then, just after your footnote, insert, in ERT: } (just the closing brace)
(see enclosed lyx file for details)

This kludge should bring  the size of the footnote mark down to
footnotesize (the usual size for footnote marks, actual size depends on
the base point size of your doc). The problem is that it will put the
footnote mark where a normal superscript would go. If you have a big font
(such as, for instance, in book titles), the footnote mark will be in the
middle of the line. It is not too bad for section and chapter titles
(depending on your class and chapterstyle, of course).
Still, it may be a starting point. You may have to add other ad hoc latex
commands to elevate the footnote mark)

Hope it helps,

Stefano

-- 
__
Stefano Franchi
Associate Research Professor
Department of Hispanic StudiesPh:   +1 (979) 845-2125
Texas AM University  Fax:  +1 (979) 845-6421
College Station, Texas, USA

stef...@tamu.edu
http://stefano.cleinias.org


titles-with-footnotes.lyx
Description: application/lyx


Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-10-29 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2013-10-28, Sebastien wrote:
 Wolfgang Engelmann engelmann at uni-tuebingen.de writes:

 Is there a
  way to change the formatting of the footnote mark within a title, in
  order to make the footnote mark less obtrusive at this particular
  place? I've tried a number of things but none of them work.

This is a rather uncommon (but not unreasonable) request. I am quite sure
there is a way, at least with ERT.

If I were you, I would try to get this working in LaTeX first, asking at the
comp.text.tex usenet list. Then I would try to get LyX to generate the
required LaTeX code.

Günter



Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-10-29 Thread Sebastien
 This is a rather uncommon (but not unreasonable) request. I am quite sure
 there is a way, at least with ERT.
 
 If I were you, I would try to get this working in LaTeX first, asking at the
 comp.text.tex usenet list. Then I would try to get LyX to generate the
 required LaTeX code.
 
 Günter
 
 


Thanks for that. I did try fiddling with commands in ERT, but none
of them worked. I'll try at the site you mention.

Also, it might be interesting to note that, in his 'footmisc' package
documentation, Robin Fairbanks repeats that it's best to avoid
footnotes in titles — but in the very same document he has
not one, but *two* footnotes before he even gets to the first
paragraph!

Sebastien



Re: Footnotes in titles

2013-10-29 Thread stefano franchi
On Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 4:23 PM, Sebastien s.no...@free.fr wrote:

  This is a rather uncommon (but not unreasonable) request. I am quite sure
  there is a way, at least with ERT.
 
  If I were you, I would try to get this working in LaTeX first, asking at
 the
  comp.text.tex usenet list. Then I would try to get LyX to generate the
  required LaTeX code.
 
  Günter
 
 


 Thanks for that. I did try fiddling with commands in ERT, but none
 of them worked. I'll try at the site you mention.

 Also, it might be interesting to note that, in his 'footmisc' package
 documentation, Robin Fairbanks repeats that it's best to avoid
 footnotes in titles — but in the very same document he has
 not one, but *two* footnotes before he even gets to the first
 paragraph!


Sebastien, you may have tried this already, it kinds of does what you want
but not quite. It may be a starting point though:

try inserting this ERT command just before your footnote: \footnotesize{
(ending with an open brace, no closing brace)
then, just after your footnote, insert, in ERT: } (just the closing brace)
(see enclosed lyx file for details)

This kludge should bring  the size of the footnote mark down to
footnotesize (the usual size for footnote marks, actual size depends on
the base point size of your doc). The problem is that it will put the
footnote mark where a normal superscript would go. If you have a big font
(such as, for instance, in book titles), the footnote mark will be in the
middle of the line. It is not too bad for section and chapter titles
(depending on your class and chapterstyle, of course).
Still, it may be a starting point. You may have to add other ad hoc latex
commands to elevate the footnote mark)

Hope it helps,

Stefano

-- 
__
Stefano Franchi
Associate Research Professor
Department of Hispanic StudiesPh:   +1 (979) 845-2125
Texas AM University  Fax:  +1 (979) 845-6421
College Station, Texas, USA

stef...@tamu.edu
http://stefano.cleinias.org


titles-with-footnotes.lyx
Description: application/lyx


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