Re: I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-27 Thread Eran Kaplinsky
I've used memoir from day one, and whenever I had a problem I could not find a solution to here, or on comp.text.tex newsgroup, Peter Wilson was kind enough to answer. Eran

Re: I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-27 Thread Eran Kaplinsky
I've used memoir from day one, and whenever I had a problem I could not find a solution to here, or on comp.text.tex newsgroup, Peter Wilson was kind enough to answer. Eran

Re: I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-27 Thread Eran Kaplinsky
I've used memoir from day one, and whenever I had a problem I could not find a solution to here, or on comp.text.tex newsgroup, Peter Wilson was kind enough to answer. Eran

I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-24 Thread Steve Litt
Hi all, Memoir. Slowly I turn, step by step, inch by inch. Memoir. Never again! As you know I switched to Ubuntu and of course things are different. But for the most part, my books whose document classes were based on book fired up just fine once I fixed the layout location (and of course

Re: I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-24 Thread Rich Shepard
On Fri, 24 Jul 2009, Steve Litt wrote: Worse, this isn't the first time. Every time I lay down a new OS, my memoir derived book fails. Steve, Perhaps this is a clue to stick with a single distribution. :-) I'm not saying Memoir doesn't have its place. The person who uses Memoir for every

Re: I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-24 Thread Steve Litt
On Friday 24 July 2009 19:08:43 Rich Shepard wrote: On Fri, 24 Jul 2009, Steve Litt wrote: Worse, this isn't the first time. Every time I lay down a new OS, my memoir derived book fails. Steve, Perhaps this is a clue to stick with a single distribution. :-) I'm not saying Memoir

Re: I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-24 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Steve Litt wrote: But Twenty Eight Tales of Troubleshooting is built with a document class based on Memoir, and it's nothing but trouble. First I had to get Memoir from the web because the Ubuntu one didn't seem to work. Now I need memhfixc or my book gets the zero output error. The

Re: I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-24 Thread Rich Shepard
On Fri, 24 Jul 2009, Steve Litt wrote: If I'm not mistaken, the doc class for Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist was derived from Koma. I'll keep you informed :-) SteveT, Whatever floats your boat is OK with me. It's your issue, so do whatever feels good. Rich --

I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-24 Thread Steve Litt
Hi all, Memoir. Slowly I turn, step by step, inch by inch. Memoir. Never again! As you know I switched to Ubuntu and of course things are different. But for the most part, my books whose document classes were based on book fired up just fine once I fixed the layout location (and of course

Re: I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-24 Thread Rich Shepard
On Fri, 24 Jul 2009, Steve Litt wrote: Worse, this isn't the first time. Every time I lay down a new OS, my memoir derived book fails. Steve, Perhaps this is a clue to stick with a single distribution. :-) I'm not saying Memoir doesn't have its place. The person who uses Memoir for every

Re: I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-24 Thread Steve Litt
On Friday 24 July 2009 19:08:43 Rich Shepard wrote: On Fri, 24 Jul 2009, Steve Litt wrote: Worse, this isn't the first time. Every time I lay down a new OS, my memoir derived book fails. Steve, Perhaps this is a clue to stick with a single distribution. :-) I'm not saying Memoir

Re: I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-24 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Steve Litt wrote: But Twenty Eight Tales of Troubleshooting is built with a document class based on Memoir, and it's nothing but trouble. First I had to get Memoir from the web because the Ubuntu one didn't seem to work. Now I need memhfixc or my book gets the zero output error. The

Re: I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-24 Thread Rich Shepard
On Fri, 24 Jul 2009, Steve Litt wrote: If I'm not mistaken, the doc class for Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist was derived from Koma. I'll keep you informed :-) SteveT, Whatever floats your boat is OK with me. It's your issue, so do whatever feels good. Rich --

I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-24 Thread Steve Litt
Hi all, Memoir. Slowly I turn, step by step, inch by inch. Memoir. Never again! As you know I switched to Ubuntu and of course things are different. But for the most part, my books whose document classes were based on "book" fired up just fine once I fixed the layout location (and of course

Re: I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-24 Thread Rich Shepard
On Fri, 24 Jul 2009, Steve Litt wrote: Worse, this isn't the first time. Every time I lay down a new OS, my memoir derived book fails. Steve, Perhaps this is a clue to stick with a single distribution. :-) I'm not saying Memoir doesn't have its place. The person who uses Memoir for every

Re: I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-24 Thread Steve Litt
On Friday 24 July 2009 19:08:43 Rich Shepard wrote: > On Fri, 24 Jul 2009, Steve Litt wrote: > > Worse, this isn't the first time. Every time I lay down a new OS, my > > memoir derived book fails. > > Steve, > >Perhaps this is a clue to stick with a single distribution. :-) > > > I'm not

Re: I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-24 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Steve Litt wrote: But "Twenty Eight Tales of Troubleshooting is built with a document class based on Memoir, and it's nothing but trouble. First I had to get Memoir from the web because the Ubuntu one didn't seem to work. Now I need memhfixc or my book gets the "zero output" error. The

Re: I promise I'll never use Memoir again!

2009-07-24 Thread Rich Shepard
On Fri, 24 Jul 2009, Steve Litt wrote: If I'm not mistaken, the doc class for "Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist" was derived from Koma. I'll keep you informed :-) SteveT, Whatever floats your boat is OK with me. It's your issue, so do whatever feels good. Rich --