Re: Line spacing in headings

2009-09-10 Thread Matts Lindström
Ok, thanks for the leads; I'll try and redefine whatever macros needs to
be redefined then. A bit surprising though that no more straight forward
solution has been implemented yet.
Matts

2009/9/9 rgheck rgh...@bobjweil.com

 On 09/09/2009 06:01 AM, Matts Lindström wrote:

 Hello,
  When I set line spacing to 1.5 (using the settings dialog) this also
 changes the line spacing of the document headings (section, subsection
 etc).
 This looks really bad. Can I avoid this somehow?



 I think so, but I'm guessing it is not trivial. Setting the line spacing
 just does set the line spacing, and LaTeX then uses that spacing everywhere
 it needs it. If you use fancy headers, you might be able to put the
 \singlespacing macro first in whatever you have there. If that doesn't work,
 or you can't use it, then I think you have to redefine whatever macro it is
 that prints the header to call \singlespacing first. I don't have my LaTeX
 Companion with me, though, to look up which macro that is.

 rh




Re: Line spacing in headings

2009-09-10 Thread Matts Lindström
Ok, thanks for the leads; I'll try and redefine whatever macros needs to
be redefined then. A bit surprising though that no more straight forward
solution has been implemented yet.
Matts

2009/9/9 rgheck rgh...@bobjweil.com

 On 09/09/2009 06:01 AM, Matts Lindström wrote:

 Hello,
  When I set line spacing to 1.5 (using the settings dialog) this also
 changes the line spacing of the document headings (section, subsection
 etc).
 This looks really bad. Can I avoid this somehow?



 I think so, but I'm guessing it is not trivial. Setting the line spacing
 just does set the line spacing, and LaTeX then uses that spacing everywhere
 it needs it. If you use fancy headers, you might be able to put the
 \singlespacing macro first in whatever you have there. If that doesn't work,
 or you can't use it, then I think you have to redefine whatever macro it is
 that prints the header to call \singlespacing first. I don't have my LaTeX
 Companion with me, though, to look up which macro that is.

 rh




Re: Line spacing in headings

2009-09-10 Thread Matts Lindström
Ok, thanks for the leads; I'll try and redefine whatever macros needs to
be redefined then. A bit surprising though that no more straight forward
solution has been implemented yet.
Matts

2009/9/9 rgheck 

> On 09/09/2009 06:01 AM, Matts Lindström wrote:
>
>> Hello,
>>  When I set line spacing to 1.5 (using the settings dialog) this also
>> changes the line spacing of the document headings (section, subsection
>> etc).
>> This looks really bad. Can I avoid this somehow?
>>
>>
>>
> I think so, but I'm guessing it is not trivial. Setting the line spacing
> just does set the line spacing, and LaTeX then uses that spacing everywhere
> it needs it. If you use fancy headers, you might be able to put the
> \singlespacing macro first in whatever you have there. If that doesn't work,
> or you can't use it, then I think you have to redefine whatever macro it is
> that prints the header to call \singlespacing first. I don't have my LaTeX
> Companion with me, though, to look up which macro that is.
>
> rh
>
>


Line spacing in headings

2009-09-09 Thread Matts Lindström
Hello,
 When I set line spacing to 1.5 (using the settings dialog) this also
changes the line spacing of the document headings (section, subsection etc).
This looks really bad. Can I avoid this somehow?

Regards,
Matts Lindström


Re: Line spacing in headings

2009-09-09 Thread rgheck

On 09/09/2009 06:01 AM, Matts Lindström wrote:

Hello,
  When I set line spacing to 1.5 (using the settings dialog) this also
changes the line spacing of the document headings (section, subsection etc).
This looks really bad. Can I avoid this somehow?

   
I think so, but I'm guessing it is not trivial. Setting the line spacing 
just does set the line spacing, and LaTeX then uses that spacing 
everywhere it needs it. If you use fancy headers, you might be able to 
put the \singlespacing macro first in whatever you have there. If that 
doesn't work, or you can't use it, then I think you have to redefine 
whatever macro it is that prints the header to call \singlespacing 
first. I don't have my LaTeX Companion with me, though, to look up which 
macro that is.


rh



Line spacing in headings

2009-09-09 Thread Matts Lindström
Hello,
 When I set line spacing to 1.5 (using the settings dialog) this also
changes the line spacing of the document headings (section, subsection etc).
This looks really bad. Can I avoid this somehow?

Regards,
Matts Lindström


Re: Line spacing in headings

2009-09-09 Thread rgheck

On 09/09/2009 06:01 AM, Matts Lindström wrote:

Hello,
  When I set line spacing to 1.5 (using the settings dialog) this also
changes the line spacing of the document headings (section, subsection etc).
This looks really bad. Can I avoid this somehow?

   
I think so, but I'm guessing it is not trivial. Setting the line spacing 
just does set the line spacing, and LaTeX then uses that spacing 
everywhere it needs it. If you use fancy headers, you might be able to 
put the \singlespacing macro first in whatever you have there. If that 
doesn't work, or you can't use it, then I think you have to redefine 
whatever macro it is that prints the header to call \singlespacing 
first. I don't have my LaTeX Companion with me, though, to look up which 
macro that is.


rh



Line spacing in headings

2009-09-09 Thread Matts Lindström
Hello,
 When I set line spacing to 1.5 (using the settings dialog) this also
changes the line spacing of the document headings (section, subsection etc).
This looks really bad. Can I avoid this somehow?

Regards,
Matts Lindström


Re: Line spacing in headings

2009-09-09 Thread rgheck

On 09/09/2009 06:01 AM, Matts Lindström wrote:

Hello,
  When I set line spacing to 1.5 (using the settings dialog) this also
changes the line spacing of the document headings (section, subsection etc).
This looks really bad. Can I avoid this somehow?

   
I think so, but I'm guessing it is not trivial. Setting the line spacing 
just does set the line spacing, and LaTeX then uses that spacing 
everywhere it needs it. If you use fancy headers, you might be able to 
put the \singlespacing macro first in whatever you have there. If that 
doesn't work, or you can't use it, then I think you have to redefine 
whatever macro it is that prints the header to call \singlespacing 
first. I don't have my LaTeX Companion with me, though, to look up which 
macro that is.


rh