Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-06 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2010-04-05, rgheck wrote:
 On 04/05/2010 01:14 PM, baqijan1 wrote:

 When I use polynom package in lyx. The html output does not show that
 parts where macros from polynom package is used. For example, if I
 have something lik

 \polylongdiv{x^2-2x+1}{x-1}

 When I convert lyxt to pdf, there is no problem. Only html does not
 work. I assume, it should convert these instances to images, which it
 does not.

 Is this LyX 1.6.x or the alpha release of 2.0? Either way, what HTML 
 converter are you using? It sounds as if it is either elyxer or, if 
 you're in 2.0, then LyX's native XHTML output.

 If you're using elyxer, then there is not really anything you can do. 

WRONG: you can ask the elyxer developer whether support for these
constructs, providing sample input (and preferabely expected output).

 elyxer's math support is pretty basic;

but steadily improving (and for this depends on user feedback).

 You might therefore want to 
 uninstall elyxer (I'm sorry, but that is what you would have to do), 
 reconfigure LyX, and try using htlatex, which has its own issues but 
 handles math better, since it does it all via images. (Of course, that 
 can lead to scaling problems, etc, but at least you get decent output.)

You might want to try whether htlatex supports the polynom package
with a manual conversion (export to LaTeX and call htlatex from the
command line) first. Or instead of uninstalling elyxer, define htlatex
as an alternative HMTL converter in ToolsSettings.

 If you are using 2.0,

you will have the choice between all instlled HTML exporters by default
(without the need of manually defining them in ToolsSettings).

Günter



Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-06 Thread rgheck

On 04/06/2010 05:19 AM, Guenter Milde wrote:

On 2010-04-05, rgheck wrote:
   

If you're using elyxer, then there is not really anything you can do.
 

WRONG: you can ask the elyxer developer whether support for these
constructs, providing sample input (and preferabely expected output).

   
Perhaps you should read to the end of the message before replying. I 
said this myself. And anyone reading this with any degree of charity at 
all would have realized that what was meant here was: do with the 
current version of elyxer.



elyxer's math support is pretty basic;
 

but steadily improving (and for this depends on user feedback).

   

Which is irrelevant to the user's question.


Or instead of uninstalling elyxer, define htlatex as an alternative HMTL converter 
in ToolsSettings.

   
Perhaps you should try this yourself before giving such advice. (Perhaps 
you do not understand how the converter chain works.)


rh



Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-06 Thread Uwe Stöhr

rgheck schrieb:

Perhaps you should read to the end of the message before replying. I 
said this myself. And anyone reading this with any degree of charity at 
all would have realized that what was meant here was: do with the 
current version of elyxer.


Richard, please don't overreact. Requesting a feature from developers 
_for the next version_ is not a wrong advice. I mean in an Ubuntu forum 
you would also get the advice to open a LyX enhancement request when LyX 
is not supporting a certain feature.


regards Uwe


Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-06 Thread rgheck

On 04/06/2010 01:30 PM, Uwe Stöhr wrote:

rgheck schrieb:

Perhaps you should read to the end of the message before replying. I 
said this myself. And anyone reading this with any degree of charity 
at all would have realized that what was meant here was: do with the 
current version of elyxer.


Richard, please don't overreact. Requesting a feature from developers 
_for the next version_ is not a wrong advice. I mean in an Ubuntu 
forum you would also get the advice to open a LyX enhancement request 
when LyX is not supporting a certain feature.


Had he simply made that suggestion, I wouldn't have reacted at all. As I 
said, I made the same suggestion and conceded that, at present, LyX's 
output is no better off. So please explain why it was necessary for 
Guenter to preface the remark with WRONG in capital letters and how 
that was supposed to be taken?


rh



Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-06 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2010-04-05, rgheck wrote:
 On 04/05/2010 01:14 PM, baqijan1 wrote:

 When I use polynom package in lyx. The html output does not show that
 parts where macros from polynom package is used. For example, if I
 have something lik

 \polylongdiv{x^2-2x+1}{x-1}

 When I convert lyxt to pdf, there is no problem. Only html does not
 work. I assume, it should convert these instances to images, which it
 does not.

 Is this LyX 1.6.x or the alpha release of 2.0? Either way, what HTML 
 converter are you using? It sounds as if it is either elyxer or, if 
 you're in 2.0, then LyX's native XHTML output.

 If you're using elyxer, then there is not really anything you can do. 

WRONG: you can ask the elyxer developer whether support for these
constructs, providing sample input (and preferabely expected output).

 elyxer's math support is pretty basic;

but steadily improving (and for this depends on user feedback).

 You might therefore want to 
 uninstall elyxer (I'm sorry, but that is what you would have to do), 
 reconfigure LyX, and try using htlatex, which has its own issues but 
 handles math better, since it does it all via images. (Of course, that 
 can lead to scaling problems, etc, but at least you get decent output.)

You might want to try whether htlatex supports the polynom package
with a manual conversion (export to LaTeX and call htlatex from the
command line) first. Or instead of uninstalling elyxer, define htlatex
as an alternative HMTL converter in ToolsSettings.

 If you are using 2.0,

you will have the choice between all instlled HTML exporters by default
(without the need of manually defining them in ToolsSettings).

Günter



Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-06 Thread rgheck

On 04/06/2010 05:19 AM, Guenter Milde wrote:

On 2010-04-05, rgheck wrote:
   

If you're using elyxer, then there is not really anything you can do.
 

WRONG: you can ask the elyxer developer whether support for these
constructs, providing sample input (and preferabely expected output).

   
Perhaps you should read to the end of the message before replying. I 
said this myself. And anyone reading this with any degree of charity at 
all would have realized that what was meant here was: do with the 
current version of elyxer.



elyxer's math support is pretty basic;
 

but steadily improving (and for this depends on user feedback).

   

Which is irrelevant to the user's question.


Or instead of uninstalling elyxer, define htlatex as an alternative HMTL converter 
in ToolsSettings.

   
Perhaps you should try this yourself before giving such advice. (Perhaps 
you do not understand how the converter chain works.)


rh



Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-06 Thread Uwe Stöhr

rgheck schrieb:

Perhaps you should read to the end of the message before replying. I 
said this myself. And anyone reading this with any degree of charity at 
all would have realized that what was meant here was: do with the 
current version of elyxer.


Richard, please don't overreact. Requesting a feature from developers 
_for the next version_ is not a wrong advice. I mean in an Ubuntu forum 
you would also get the advice to open a LyX enhancement request when LyX 
is not supporting a certain feature.


regards Uwe


Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-06 Thread rgheck

On 04/06/2010 01:30 PM, Uwe Stöhr wrote:

rgheck schrieb:

Perhaps you should read to the end of the message before replying. I 
said this myself. And anyone reading this with any degree of charity 
at all would have realized that what was meant here was: do with the 
current version of elyxer.


Richard, please don't overreact. Requesting a feature from developers 
_for the next version_ is not a wrong advice. I mean in an Ubuntu 
forum you would also get the advice to open a LyX enhancement request 
when LyX is not supporting a certain feature.


Had he simply made that suggestion, I wouldn't have reacted at all. As I 
said, I made the same suggestion and conceded that, at present, LyX's 
output is no better off. So please explain why it was necessary for 
Guenter to preface the remark with WRONG in capital letters and how 
that was supposed to be taken?


rh



Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-06 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2010-04-05, rgheck wrote:
> On 04/05/2010 01:14 PM, baqijan1 wrote:

>> When I use polynom package in lyx. The html output does not show that
>> parts where macros from polynom package is used. For example, if I
>> have something lik

>> \polylongdiv{x^2-2x+1}{x-1}

>> When I convert lyxt to pdf, there is no problem. Only html does not
>> work. I assume, it should convert these instances to images, which it
>> does not.

> Is this LyX 1.6.x or the alpha release of 2.0? Either way, what HTML 
> converter are you using? It sounds as if it is either elyxer or, if 
> you're in 2.0, then LyX's native XHTML output.

> If you're using elyxer, then there is not really anything you can do. 

WRONG: you can ask the elyxer developer whether support for these
constructs, providing sample input (and preferabely expected output).

> elyxer's math support is pretty basic;

but steadily improving (and for this depends on user feedback).

> You might therefore want to 
> uninstall elyxer (I'm sorry, but that is what you would have to do), 
> reconfigure LyX, and try using htlatex, which has its own issues but 
> handles math better, since it does it all via images. (Of course, that 
> can lead to scaling problems, etc, but at least you get decent output.)

You might want to try whether htlatex supports the polynom package
with a "manual" conversion (export to LaTeX and call htlatex from the
command line) first. Or instead of uninstalling elyxer, define htlatex
as an alternative HMTL converter in Tools>Settings.

> If you are using 2.0,

you will have the choice between all instlled HTML exporters by default
(without the need of manually defining them in Tools>Settings).

Günter



Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-06 Thread rgheck

On 04/06/2010 05:19 AM, Guenter Milde wrote:

On 2010-04-05, rgheck wrote:
   

If you're using elyxer, then there is not really anything you can do.
 

WRONG: you can ask the elyxer developer whether support for these
constructs, providing sample input (and preferabely expected output).

   
Perhaps you should read to the end of the message before replying. I 
said this myself. And anyone reading this with any degree of charity at 
all would have realized that what was meant here was: do with the 
current version of elyxer.



elyxer's math support is pretty basic;
 

but steadily improving (and for this depends on user feedback).

   

Which is irrelevant to the user's question.


Or instead of uninstalling elyxer, define htlatex as an alternative HMTL converter 
in Tools>Settings.

   
Perhaps you should try this yourself before giving such advice. (Perhaps 
you do not understand how the converter chain works.)


rh



Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-06 Thread Uwe Stöhr

rgheck schrieb:

Perhaps you should read to the end of the message before replying. I 
said this myself. And anyone reading this with any degree of charity at 
all would have realized that what was meant here was: do with the 
current version of elyxer.


Richard, please don't overreact. Requesting a feature from developers 
_for the next version_ is not a wrong advice. I mean in an Ubuntu forum 
you would also get the advice to open a LyX enhancement request when LyX 
is not supporting a certain feature.


regards Uwe


Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-06 Thread rgheck

On 04/06/2010 01:30 PM, Uwe Stöhr wrote:

rgheck schrieb:

Perhaps you should read to the end of the message before replying. I 
said this myself. And anyone reading this with any degree of charity 
at all would have realized that what was meant here was: do with the 
current version of elyxer.


Richard, please don't overreact. Requesting a feature from developers 
_for the next version_ is not a wrong advice. I mean in an Ubuntu 
forum you would also get the advice to open a LyX enhancement request 
when LyX is not supporting a certain feature.


Had he simply made that suggestion, I wouldn't have reacted at all. As I 
said, I made the same suggestion and conceded that, at present, LyX's 
output is no better off. So please explain why it was necessary for 
Guenter to preface the remark with "WRONG" in capital letters and how 
that was supposed to be taken?


rh



Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-05 Thread baqijan1


When I use polynom package in lyx. The html output does not show that parts
where
macros from polynom package is used.
For example, if I have something lik

\polylongdiv{x^2-2x+1}{x-1}

When I convert lyxt to pdf, there is no problem. Only html does not work. I
assume, 
it should convert these instances to images, which it does not.

Any help will be greatly appreciated. Since, I am stuck at this and can't
move on.


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Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-05 Thread Jack Desert

El Mon, 5 Apr 2010 09:14:11 -0800 (PST)
baqijan1 ad...@nazaracademy.com escribió:
 
 
 When I use polynom package in lyx. The html output does not show that parts
 where
 macros from polynom package is used.

Which LyX - HTML converter are you using?
Which version of LyX?

-Jack


-- 
~~~
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Author and Spokesman: www.LetsEATalready.com
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Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-05 Thread rgheck

On 04/05/2010 01:14 PM, baqijan1 wrote:


When I use polynom package in lyx. The html output does not show that parts
where macros from polynom package is used. For example, if I have something lik

\polylongdiv{x^2-2x+1}{x-1}

When I convert lyxt to pdf, there is no problem. Only html does not work. I
assume, it should convert these instances to images, which it does not.

Any help will be greatly appreciated. Since, I am stuck at this and can't
move on.

   
Is this LyX 1.6.x or the alpha release of 2.0? Either way, what HTML 
converter are you using? It sounds as if it is either elyxer or, if 
you're in 2.0, then LyX's native XHTML output.


If you're using elyxer, then there is not really anything you can do. 
elyxer's math support is pretty basic; it doesn't even support all of 
the constructs that are available in LyX. It certainly does not support 
arbitrary packages, such as polynom. You might therefore want to 
uninstall elyxer (I'm sorry, but that is what you would have to do), 
reconfigure LyX, and try using htlatex, which has its own issues but 
handles math better, since it does it all via images. (Of course, that 
can lead to scaling problems, etc, but at least you get decent output.)


If you are using 2.0, then you will run into the same problem right now, 
since XHTML support is not yet complete. Eventually, however, LyX will 
do precisely what you suggest: If it encounters something that it 
doesn't understand, then it will output an image. There's nothing 
stopping elyxer from doing the same, of course, so it that is what you 
are using then you might want to report the issue to the elyxer developer.


Richard



Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-05 Thread baqijan1


When I use polynom package in lyx. The html output does not show that parts
where
macros from polynom package is used.
For example, if I have something lik

\polylongdiv{x^2-2x+1}{x-1}

When I convert lyxt to pdf, there is no problem. Only html does not work. I
assume, 
it should convert these instances to images, which it does not.

Any help will be greatly appreciated. Since, I am stuck at this and can't
move on.


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Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-05 Thread Jack Desert

El Mon, 5 Apr 2010 09:14:11 -0800 (PST)
baqijan1 ad...@nazaracademy.com escribió:
 
 
 When I use polynom package in lyx. The html output does not show that parts
 where
 macros from polynom package is used.

Which LyX - HTML converter are you using?
Which version of LyX?

-Jack


-- 
~~~
Jack Desert --Writer, Entrepeneur
Author and Spokesman: www.LetsEATalready.com
Software Developer:   http://GrooveTask.org
Email: jackdesert...@gmail.com
~~~


Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-05 Thread rgheck

On 04/05/2010 01:14 PM, baqijan1 wrote:


When I use polynom package in lyx. The html output does not show that parts
where macros from polynom package is used. For example, if I have something lik

\polylongdiv{x^2-2x+1}{x-1}

When I convert lyxt to pdf, there is no problem. Only html does not work. I
assume, it should convert these instances to images, which it does not.

Any help will be greatly appreciated. Since, I am stuck at this and can't
move on.

   
Is this LyX 1.6.x or the alpha release of 2.0? Either way, what HTML 
converter are you using? It sounds as if it is either elyxer or, if 
you're in 2.0, then LyX's native XHTML output.


If you're using elyxer, then there is not really anything you can do. 
elyxer's math support is pretty basic; it doesn't even support all of 
the constructs that are available in LyX. It certainly does not support 
arbitrary packages, such as polynom. You might therefore want to 
uninstall elyxer (I'm sorry, but that is what you would have to do), 
reconfigure LyX, and try using htlatex, which has its own issues but 
handles math better, since it does it all via images. (Of course, that 
can lead to scaling problems, etc, but at least you get decent output.)


If you are using 2.0, then you will run into the same problem right now, 
since XHTML support is not yet complete. Eventually, however, LyX will 
do precisely what you suggest: If it encounters something that it 
doesn't understand, then it will output an image. There's nothing 
stopping elyxer from doing the same, of course, so it that is what you 
are using then you might want to report the issue to the elyxer developer.


Richard



Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-05 Thread baqijan1


When I use polynom package in lyx. The html output does not show that parts
where
macros from polynom package is used.
For example, if I have something lik

\polylongdiv{x^2-2x+1}{x-1}

When I convert lyxt to pdf, there is no problem. Only html does not work. I
assume, 
it should convert these instances to images, which it does not.

Any help will be greatly appreciated. Since, I am stuck at this and can't
move on.


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Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-05 Thread Jack Desert

El Mon, 5 Apr 2010 09:14:11 -0800 (PST)
baqijan1  escribió:
> 
> 
> When I use polynom package in lyx. The html output does not show that parts
> where
> macros from polynom package is used.

Which LyX -> HTML converter are you using?
Which version of LyX?

-Jack


-- 
~~~
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Author and Spokesman: www.LetsEATalready.com
Software Developer:   http://GrooveTask.org
Email: jackdesert...@gmail.com
~~~


Re: Lyx HTML conversion problem - while using polynom package

2010-04-05 Thread rgheck

On 04/05/2010 01:14 PM, baqijan1 wrote:


When I use polynom package in lyx. The html output does not show that parts
where macros from polynom package is used. For example, if I have something lik

\polylongdiv{x^2-2x+1}{x-1}

When I convert lyxt to pdf, there is no problem. Only html does not work. I
assume, it should convert these instances to images, which it does not.

Any help will be greatly appreciated. Since, I am stuck at this and can't
move on.

   
Is this LyX 1.6.x or the alpha release of 2.0? Either way, what HTML 
converter are you using? It sounds as if it is either elyxer or, if 
you're in 2.0, then LyX's native XHTML output.


If you're using elyxer, then there is not really anything you can do. 
elyxer's math support is pretty basic; it doesn't even support all of 
the constructs that are available in LyX. It certainly does not support 
arbitrary packages, such as polynom. You might therefore want to 
uninstall elyxer (I'm sorry, but that is what you would have to do), 
reconfigure LyX, and try using htlatex, which has its own issues but 
handles math better, since it does it all via images. (Of course, that 
can lead to scaling problems, etc, but at least you get decent output.)


If you are using 2.0, then you will run into the same problem right now, 
since XHTML support is not yet complete. Eventually, however, LyX will 
do precisely what you suggest: If it encounters something that it 
doesn't understand, then it will output an image. There's nothing 
stopping elyxer from doing the same, of course, so it that is what you 
are using then you might want to report the issue to the elyxer developer.


Richard