Re: Beamer/Lyx question on uncovering diagrams step by step

2011-11-10 Thread Paul A . Rubin
stefano franchi stefano.franchi at gmail.com writes: \multiinclude[+][format=pdf,start=1,end=3,graphics={height=2cm}] {Pdf-file-prefix} [...] But I cannot figure out to preserve the diagram when I uncover the text after it. For instance, I have 3 steps in the diagram above, and I thought

Re: Beamer/Lyx question on uncovering diagrams step by step

2011-11-10 Thread stefano franchi
On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 11:23 AM, Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu wrote: stefano franchi stefano.franchi at gmail.com writes: \multiinclude[+][format=pdf,start=1,end=3,graphics={height=2cm}] {Pdf-file-prefix} [...] But I cannot figure out to preserve the diagram when I uncover the text after

Re: Beamer/Lyx question on uncovering diagrams step by step

2011-11-10 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Stefano, +, 4- is not used for the text items, it's used in multiinclude. So: \multiinclude[+,4-][...] ... •4-first textual item •5- second textual item Paul On 11/10/2011 03:57 PM, stefano franchi wrote: On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 11:23 AM, Paul A. Rubinru...@msu.edu wrote: stefano

Re: Beamer/Lyx question on uncovering diagrams step by step

2011-11-10 Thread stefano franchi
On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 3:02 PM, Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu wrote: Stefano, +, 4- is not used for the text items, it's used in multiinclude.  So: \multiinclude[+,4-][...] ... •4-first textual  item •5-  second textual item Ah! How silly of me. I get it now. Thanks, Stefano

Re: Beamer/Lyx question on uncovering diagrams step by step

2011-11-10 Thread Paul A . Rubin
stefano franchi stefano.franchi at gmail.com writes: \multiinclude[+][format=pdf,start=1,end=3,graphics={height=2cm}] {Pdf-file-prefix} [...] But I cannot figure out to preserve the diagram when I uncover the text after it. For instance, I have 3 steps in the diagram above, and I thought

Re: Beamer/Lyx question on uncovering diagrams step by step

2011-11-10 Thread stefano franchi
On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 11:23 AM, Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu wrote: stefano franchi stefano.franchi at gmail.com writes: \multiinclude[+][format=pdf,start=1,end=3,graphics={height=2cm}] {Pdf-file-prefix} [...] But I cannot figure out to preserve the diagram when I uncover the text after

Re: Beamer/Lyx question on uncovering diagrams step by step

2011-11-10 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Stefano, +, 4- is not used for the text items, it's used in multiinclude. So: \multiinclude[+,4-][...] ... •4-first textual item •5- second textual item Paul On 11/10/2011 03:57 PM, stefano franchi wrote: On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 11:23 AM, Paul A. Rubinru...@msu.edu wrote: stefano

Re: Beamer/Lyx question on uncovering diagrams step by step

2011-11-10 Thread stefano franchi
On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 3:02 PM, Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu wrote: Stefano, +, 4- is not used for the text items, it's used in multiinclude.  So: \multiinclude[+,4-][...] ... •4-first textual  item •5-  second textual item Ah! How silly of me. I get it now. Thanks, Stefano

Re: Beamer/Lyx question on uncovering diagrams step by step

2011-11-10 Thread Paul A . Rubin
stefano franchi gmail.com> writes: >\multiinclude[<+>][format=pdf,start=1,end=3,graphics={height=2cm}] {Pdf-file-prefix} [...] > > But I cannot figure out to preserve the diagram when I uncover the > text after it. For instance, I have 3 steps in the diagram above, and > I thought the

Re: Beamer/Lyx question on uncovering diagrams step by step

2011-11-10 Thread stefano franchi
On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 11:23 AM, Paul A. Rubin wrote: > stefano franchi gmail.com> writes: > > >>\multiinclude[<+>][format=pdf,start=1,end=3,graphics={height=2cm}] > {Pdf-file-prefix} > > [...] > >> >> But I cannot figure out to preserve the diagram when I uncover the >> text

Re: Beamer/Lyx question on uncovering diagrams step by step

2011-11-10 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Stefano, <+, 4-> is not used for the text items, it's used in multiinclude. So: \multiinclude[<+,4->][...] ... •<4->first textual item •<5-> second textual item Paul On 11/10/2011 03:57 PM, stefano franchi wrote: On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 11:23 AM, Paul A. Rubin wrote:

Re: Beamer/Lyx question on uncovering diagrams step by step

2011-11-10 Thread stefano franchi
On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 3:02 PM, Paul A. Rubin wrote: > Stefano, > > <+, 4-> is not used for the text items, it's used in multiinclude.  So: > > \multiinclude[<+,4->][...] > ... > > •<4->first textual  item > > •<5->  second textual item > Ah! How silly of me. I get it now.

Beamer/Lyx question on uncovering diagrams step by step

2011-11-04 Thread stefano franchi
In Beamer, I would like to build a slide that will: a - uncover the different part of the diagram step-by-step b - uncover some text under it when the diagram is completely visible I figured out how to accomplish one with the following latex code: \setbeamercovered{invisible}

Beamer/Lyx question on uncovering diagrams step by step

2011-11-04 Thread stefano franchi
In Beamer, I would like to build a slide that will: a - uncover the different part of the diagram step-by-step b - uncover some text under it when the diagram is completely visible I figured out how to accomplish one with the following latex code: \setbeamercovered{invisible}

Beamer/Lyx question on uncovering diagrams step by step

2011-11-04 Thread stefano franchi
In Beamer, I would like to build a slide that will: a - uncover the different part of the diagram step-by-step b - uncover some text under it when the diagram is completely visible I figured out how to accomplish one with the following latex code: \setbeamercovered{invisible}

Re: Lyx question

2009-04-23 Thread Nathalia Monteiro
I am starting to use Lyx and I'm still struggling on how to do things... I imported the layout of a beamer presentation from Latex and after editing it on Lyx, I couldn't see it as a PDF due to some errors: The Lyx - Latex error box pops up saying: Error: Undefined control sequence. Definition:

Re: Lyx question

2009-04-23 Thread Kosta Welke
On Thu, 23 Apr 2009 23:45:29 +0200, Nathalia Monteiro nathaliamonte...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Nathalia! The lyx presentation is posted on: http://pastebin.com/m37214208 Can someone help me out? Can you please post this again to pastebin - only this time post the lyx source code. If you're

Re: Lyx question

2009-04-23 Thread Nathalia Monteiro
I am starting to use Lyx and I'm still struggling on how to do things... I imported the layout of a beamer presentation from Latex and after editing it on Lyx, I couldn't see it as a PDF due to some errors: The Lyx - Latex error box pops up saying: Error: Undefined control sequence. Definition:

Re: Lyx question

2009-04-23 Thread Kosta Welke
On Thu, 23 Apr 2009 23:45:29 +0200, Nathalia Monteiro nathaliamonte...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Nathalia! The lyx presentation is posted on: http://pastebin.com/m37214208 Can someone help me out? Can you please post this again to pastebin - only this time post the lyx source code. If you're

Re: Lyx question

2009-04-23 Thread Nathalia Monteiro
I am starting to use Lyx and I'm still struggling on how to do things... I imported the layout of a beamer presentation from Latex and after editing it on Lyx, I couldn't see it as a PDF due to some errors: The Lyx - Latex error box pops up saying: Error: "Undefined control sequence."

Re: Lyx question

2009-04-23 Thread Kosta Welke
On Thu, 23 Apr 2009 23:45:29 +0200, Nathalia Monteiro wrote: Hi Nathalia! The lyx presentation is posted on: http://pastebin.com/m37214208 Can someone help me out? Can you please post this again to pastebin - only this time post the lyx source code. If you're

Re: Lyx question

2009-04-22 Thread Kosta Welke
On Wed, 22 Apr 2009 04:12:50 +0200, Nathalia Monteiro nathaliamonte...@gmail.com wrote: I imported the layout of a beamer presentation from Latex and after editing it on Lyx, I couldn't see it as a PDF due to some errors: The Lyx - Latex error box pops up saying: Yeah, especially with the

Re: Lyx question

2009-04-22 Thread Kosta Welke
On Wed, 22 Apr 2009 16:44:41 +0200, Nathalia Monteiro nathaliamonte...@gmail.com wrote: What exactly should I post at pastebin.com? The error message or the whole tex code? Please post the whole lyx file. Cheers, Kosta

Re: Lyx question

2009-04-22 Thread Kosta Welke
On Wed, 22 Apr 2009 04:12:50 +0200, Nathalia Monteiro nathaliamonte...@gmail.com wrote: I imported the layout of a beamer presentation from Latex and after editing it on Lyx, I couldn't see it as a PDF due to some errors: The Lyx - Latex error box pops up saying: Yeah, especially with the

Re: Lyx question

2009-04-22 Thread Kosta Welke
On Wed, 22 Apr 2009 16:44:41 +0200, Nathalia Monteiro nathaliamonte...@gmail.com wrote: What exactly should I post at pastebin.com? The error message or the whole tex code? Please post the whole lyx file. Cheers, Kosta

Re: Lyx question

2009-04-22 Thread Kosta Welke
On Wed, 22 Apr 2009 04:12:50 +0200, Nathalia Monteiro wrote: I imported the layout of a beamer presentation from Latex and after editing it on Lyx, I couldn't see it as a PDF due to some errors: The Lyx - Latex error box pops up saying: Yeah, especially with

Re: Lyx question

2009-04-22 Thread Kosta Welke
On Wed, 22 Apr 2009 16:44:41 +0200, Nathalia Monteiro wrote: What exactly should I post at pastebin.com? The error message or the whole tex code? Please post the whole lyx file. Cheers, Kosta

Lyx question

2009-04-21 Thread Nathalia Monteiro
I am starting to use Lyx and I'm still struggling on how to do things... I imported the layout of a beamer presentation from Latex and after editing it on Lyx, I couldn't see it as a PDF due to some errors: The Lyx - Latex error box pops up saying: Error: Undefined control sequence. Definition:

Lyx question

2009-04-21 Thread Nathalia Monteiro
I am starting to use Lyx and I'm still struggling on how to do things... I imported the layout of a beamer presentation from Latex and after editing it on Lyx, I couldn't see it as a PDF due to some errors: The Lyx - Latex error box pops up saying: Error: Undefined control sequence. Definition:

Lyx question

2009-04-21 Thread Nathalia Monteiro
I am starting to use Lyx and I'm still struggling on how to do things... I imported the layout of a beamer presentation from Latex and after editing it on Lyx, I couldn't see it as a PDF due to some errors: The Lyx - Latex error box pops up saying: Error: "Undefined control sequence."

Re: Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-21 Thread Manveru
IMVHO your viewer does not support refreshing. This is the reason why I currently use Acrobat Reader than Foxit - the second one does not refresh. M. 2007/12/21, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] : I got the following question from a friend, any ideas? (I'm not on Mac...)

Re: Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-21 Thread Bennett Helm
On Dec 21, 2007, at 2:36 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I got the following question from a friend, any ideas? (I'm not on Mac...) --- Thanks -- it's probably really stupid, so try not to laugh... When I click the pdf icon (LyX 5 but the same happens in older versions with menu

Re: Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-21 Thread Kenward Vaughan
On Fri, 2007-12-21 at 08:36 +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I got the following question from a friend, any ideas? (I'm not on Mac...) --- Thanks -- it's probably really stupid, so try not to laugh... When I click the pdf icon (LyX 5 but the same happens in older

Re: Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-21 Thread christian . ridderstrom
On Fri, 21 Dec 2007, Manveru wrote: IMVHO your viewer does not support refreshing. This is the reason why I currently use Acrobat Reader than Foxit - the second one does not refresh. Probably true, I forwarded your answer, thanks! [*] Happy holidays! /Christian -- Christian Ridderström,

Re: Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-21 Thread Ernesto Posse
Does Acrobat Reader support refresh? That's news to me. I have the latest version, on Vista with LyX 1.5.2, and I've never been able to make Acrobat refresh. How can you get it to refresh? On Dec 21, 2007 10:25 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, 21 Dec 2007, Manveru wrote: IMVHO your

Re: Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-21 Thread Manveru
IMVHO your viewer does not support refreshing. This is the reason why I currently use Acrobat Reader than Foxit - the second one does not refresh. M. 2007/12/21, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] : I got the following question from a friend, any ideas? (I'm not on Mac...)

Re: Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-21 Thread Bennett Helm
On Dec 21, 2007, at 2:36 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I got the following question from a friend, any ideas? (I'm not on Mac...) --- Thanks -- it's probably really stupid, so try not to laugh... When I click the pdf icon (LyX 5 but the same happens in older versions with menu

Re: Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-21 Thread Kenward Vaughan
On Fri, 2007-12-21 at 08:36 +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I got the following question from a friend, any ideas? (I'm not on Mac...) --- Thanks -- it's probably really stupid, so try not to laugh... When I click the pdf icon (LyX 5 but the same happens in older

Re: Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-21 Thread christian . ridderstrom
On Fri, 21 Dec 2007, Manveru wrote: IMVHO your viewer does not support refreshing. This is the reason why I currently use Acrobat Reader than Foxit - the second one does not refresh. Probably true, I forwarded your answer, thanks! [*] Happy holidays! /Christian -- Christian Ridderström,

Re: Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-21 Thread Ernesto Posse
Does Acrobat Reader support refresh? That's news to me. I have the latest version, on Vista with LyX 1.5.2, and I've never been able to make Acrobat refresh. How can you get it to refresh? On Dec 21, 2007 10:25 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, 21 Dec 2007, Manveru wrote: IMVHO your

Re: Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-21 Thread Manveru
IMVHO your viewer does not support refreshing. This is the reason why I currently use Acrobat Reader than Foxit - the second one does not refresh. M. 2007/12/21, [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED] >: > > I got the following question from a friend, any ideas? > (I'm not on Mac...) > >

Re: Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-21 Thread Bennett Helm
On Dec 21, 2007, at 2:36 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I got the following question from a friend, any ideas? (I'm not on Mac...) --- Thanks -- it's probably really stupid, so try not to laugh... When I click the pdf icon (LyX 5 but the same happens in older versions with menu

Re: Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-21 Thread Kenward Vaughan
On Fri, 2007-12-21 at 08:36 +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > I got the following question from a friend, any ideas? > (I'm not on Mac...) > > --- > > Thanks -- it's probably really stupid, so try not to laugh... > > When I click the pdf icon (LyX 5 but the same happens in >

Re: Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-21 Thread christian . ridderstrom
On Fri, 21 Dec 2007, Manveru wrote: IMVHO your viewer does not support refreshing. This is the reason why I currently use Acrobat Reader than Foxit - the second one does not refresh. Probably true, I forwarded your answer, thanks! [*] Happy holidays! /Christian -- Christian Ridderström,

Re: Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-21 Thread Ernesto Posse
Does Acrobat Reader support refresh? That's news to me. I have the latest version, on Vista with LyX 1.5.2, and I've never been able to make Acrobat refresh. How can you get it to refresh? On Dec 21, 2007 10:25 AM, <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > On Fri, 21 Dec 2007, Manveru wrote: > > > IMVHO your

Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-20 Thread christian . ridderstrom
I got the following question from a friend, any ideas? (I'm not on Mac...) --- Thanks -- it's probably really stupid, so try not to laugh... When I click the pdf icon (LyX 5 but the same happens in older versions with menu commands), it opens a viewer (in my case Preview.app on

Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-20 Thread christian . ridderstrom
I got the following question from a friend, any ideas? (I'm not on Mac...) --- Thanks -- it's probably really stupid, so try not to laugh... When I click the pdf icon (LyX 5 but the same happens in older versions with menu commands), it opens a viewer (in my case Preview.app on

Dumb LyX question (fwd)

2007-12-20 Thread christian . ridderstrom
I got the following question from a friend, any ideas? (I'm not on Mac...) --- Thanks -- it's probably really stupid, so try not to laugh... When I click the pdf icon (LyX 5 but the same happens in older versions with menu commands), it opens a viewer (in my case Preview.app on

pstricks and lyx question

2007-03-05 Thread Ben White
Hello Lyxers-- I just joined up with Lyx and was wondering if some kind soul might help me with an issue I am working on. Basically, I have a program that spits out pstricks decision trees. I turned to lyx as an alternative means of getting my trees done since my tex abilities are well

pstricks and lyx question

2007-03-05 Thread Ben White
Hello Lyxers-- I just joined up with Lyx and was wondering if some kind soul might help me with an issue I am working on. Basically, I have a program that spits out pstricks decision trees. I turned to lyx as an alternative means of getting my trees done since my tex abilities are well

pstricks and lyx question

2007-03-05 Thread Ben White
Hello Lyxers-- I just joined up with Lyx and was wondering if some kind soul might help me with an issue I am working on. Basically, I have a program that spits out pstricks decision trees. I turned to lyx as an alternative means of getting my trees done since my tex abilities are well

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-27 Thread Paul A. Rubin
David Soukal wrote: Without knowing what Beamer theme you're using, it's hard to know what the enumerations should look like. Can you post a LyX file containing a minimal example? There it is! The reason why I want this configuration is that the three properties are proved on previous

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-27 Thread David Soukal
I've attached a modified version of the test file. Is this what you want? There may be a better way to do this via Beamer customizations. I just located the code Beamer uses to typeset the enumeration numbers and made an ugly kludge that does two numbers. Note the new command added to

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-27 Thread Paul A. Rubin
David Soukal wrote: Without knowing what Beamer theme you're using, it's hard to know what the enumerations should look like. Can you post a LyX file containing a minimal example? There it is! The reason why I want this configuration is that the three properties are proved on previous

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-27 Thread David Soukal
I've attached a modified version of the test file. Is this what you want? There may be a better way to do this via Beamer customizations. I just located the code Beamer uses to typeset the enumeration numbers and made an ugly kludge that does two numbers. Note the new command added to

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-27 Thread Paul A. Rubin
David Soukal wrote: Without knowing what Beamer theme you're using, it's hard to know what the enumerations should look like. Can you post a LyX file containing a minimal example? > There it is! The reason why I want this "configuration" is that the three properties are proved on

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-27 Thread David Soukal
I've attached a modified version of the test file. Is this what you want? There may be a better way to do this via Beamer customizations. I just located the code Beamer uses to typeset the enumeration numbers and made an ugly kludge that does two numbers. Note the new command added to

non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread David Soukal
Hello dear LyXers, I'm sorry to bring up this question here, but I didn't get any response on the Beamer support site... I figured somebody here might have had this problem before me. In a theorem a I have an enumeration of three properties: \item Prop. 1 \item Prop. 2 \item Prop. 3 Later

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread Paul Smith
On 9/26/05, David Soukal [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm sorry to bring up this question here, but I didn't get any response on the Beamer support site... I figured somebody here might have had this problem before me. In a theorem a I have an enumeration of three properties: \item Prop. 1

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread David Soukal
The package enumitem, David, may be of some help. Have a look at the examples in its documentation. Paul Thank you Paul. I had a look at the package and it looks useful. However, I wasn't able to figure out what I should put as label=... I have no idea how Beamer creates the graphics around

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread Paul Smith
On 9/26/05, David Soukal [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The package enumitem, David, may be of some help. Have a look at the examples in its documentation. Thank you Paul. I had a look at the package and it looks useful. However, I wasn't able to figure out what I should put as label=... I have

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread Paul A. Rubin
David Soukal wrote: The package enumitem, David, may be of some help. Have a look at the examples in its documentation. Paul Thank you Paul. I had a look at the package and it looks useful. However, I wasn't able to figure out what I should put as label=... I have no idea how Beamer

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread David Soukal
Without knowing what Beamer theme you're using, it's hard to know what the enumerations should look like. Can you post a LyX file containing a minimal example? There it is! The reason why I want this configuration is that the three properties are proved on previous slides one by one (each

non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread David Soukal
Hello dear LyXers, I'm sorry to bring up this question here, but I didn't get any response on the Beamer support site... I figured somebody here might have had this problem before me. In a theorem a I have an enumeration of three properties: \item Prop. 1 \item Prop. 2 \item Prop. 3 Later

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread Paul Smith
On 9/26/05, David Soukal [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm sorry to bring up this question here, but I didn't get any response on the Beamer support site... I figured somebody here might have had this problem before me. In a theorem a I have an enumeration of three properties: \item Prop. 1

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread David Soukal
The package enumitem, David, may be of some help. Have a look at the examples in its documentation. Paul Thank you Paul. I had a look at the package and it looks useful. However, I wasn't able to figure out what I should put as label=... I have no idea how Beamer creates the graphics around

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread Paul Smith
On 9/26/05, David Soukal [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The package enumitem, David, may be of some help. Have a look at the examples in its documentation. Thank you Paul. I had a look at the package and it looks useful. However, I wasn't able to figure out what I should put as label=... I have

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread Paul A. Rubin
David Soukal wrote: The package enumitem, David, may be of some help. Have a look at the examples in its documentation. Paul Thank you Paul. I had a look at the package and it looks useful. However, I wasn't able to figure out what I should put as label=... I have no idea how Beamer

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread David Soukal
Without knowing what Beamer theme you're using, it's hard to know what the enumerations should look like. Can you post a LyX file containing a minimal example? There it is! The reason why I want this configuration is that the three properties are proved on previous slides one by one (each

non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread David Soukal
Hello dear LyXers, I'm sorry to bring up this question here, but I didn't get any response on the Beamer support site... I figured somebody here might have had this problem before me. In a theorem a I have an enumeration of three properties: \item Prop. 1 \item Prop. 2 \item Prop. 3 Later

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread Paul Smith
On 9/26/05, David Soukal <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > I'm sorry to bring up this question here, but I didn't get any response > on the Beamer support site... I figured somebody here might have had > this problem before me. > > In a theorem a I have an enumeration of three properties: > > \item

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread David Soukal
The package enumitem, David, may be of some help. Have a look at the examples in its documentation. Paul Thank you Paul. I had a look at the package and it looks useful. However, I wasn't able to figure out what I should put as "label="... I have no idea how Beamer creates the graphics

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread Paul Smith
On 9/26/05, David Soukal <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > The package enumitem, David, may be of some help. Have a look at the > > examples in its documentation. > > Thank you Paul. I had a look at the package and it looks useful. > However, I wasn't able to figure out what I should put as

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread Paul A. Rubin
David Soukal wrote: The package enumitem, David, may be of some help. Have a look at the examples in its documentation. Paul Thank you Paul. I had a look at the package and it looks useful. However, I wasn't able to figure out what I should put as "label="... I have no idea how Beamer

Re: non-LyX question: Beamer enumerate

2005-09-26 Thread David Soukal
Without knowing what Beamer theme you're using, it's hard to know what the enumerations should look like. Can you post a LyX file containing a minimal example? > There it is! The reason why I want this "configuration" is that the three properties are proved on previous slides one by one

Re: preparing file for lyx question

2005-07-11 Thread Angus Leeming
Tom Poe wrote: Hi: I managed to lose a hard drive, and not have backup system in place for data. . . . . don't ask! I'd like to take a book that was originally in .lyx format, and is now on the web site as a html book, and prepare it to be opened in Lyx. I saw some stuff on Google about

Re: preparing file for lyx question

2005-07-11 Thread Angus Leeming
Tom Poe wrote: Hi: I managed to lose a hard drive, and not have backup system in place for data. . . . . don't ask! I'd like to take a book that was originally in .lyx format, and is now on the web site as a html book, and prepare it to be opened in Lyx. I saw some stuff on Google about

Re: preparing file for lyx question

2005-07-11 Thread Angus Leeming
Tom Poe wrote: > Hi: I managed to lose a hard drive, and not have backup system in place > for data. . . . . don't ask! > > I'd like to take a book that was originally in .lyx format, and is now > on the web site as a html book, and prepare it to be opened in Lyx. I > saw some stuff on Google

preparing file for lyx question

2005-07-10 Thread Tom Poe
Hi: I managed to lose a hard drive, and not have backup system in place for data. . . . . don't ask! I'd like to take a book that was originally in .lyx format, and is now on the web site as a html book, and prepare it to be opened in Lyx. I saw some stuff on Google about html2tex, and

preparing file for lyx question

2005-07-10 Thread Tom Poe
Hi: I managed to lose a hard drive, and not have backup system in place for data. . . . . don't ask! I'd like to take a book that was originally in .lyx format, and is now on the web site as a html book, and prepare it to be opened in Lyx. I saw some stuff on Google about html2tex, and

preparing file for lyx question

2005-07-10 Thread Tom Poe
Hi: I managed to lose a hard drive, and not have backup system in place for data. . . . . don't ask! I'd like to take a book that was originally in .lyx format, and is now on the web site as a html book, and prepare it to be opened in Lyx. I saw some stuff on Google about html2tex, and

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Juergen Spitzmueller wrote: Paul A. Rubin wrote: The BiBTeX database has the names in mixed case, and after reading all docs I could find and Googling both the web and comp.text.tex, I can't find a trick to switch them to uppercase in the bibliography. Hack the bst file. A quick solution

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-06 Thread Juergen Spitzmueller
Paul A. Rubin wrote: Thanks much.  This *almost* works.  The only problem is that it capitalizes the and connecting multiple authors, whereas the journal capitalizes the authors' names but not the conjunction sigh Search for the Function bbl.and and try a MakeLowercase FUNCTION {bbl.and} {

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Mike Barnsley wrote: Paul, I think you've got two possible options. The first is to define your own BibTeX style file using makebst, which is run as follows tex makebst then answer the relevant questions. I'm not 100% positive, but I think that one of these may allow you to specify uppercase

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Juergen Spitzmueller wrote: Paul A. Rubin wrote: Thanks much. This *almost* works. The only problem is that it capitalizes the and connecting multiple authors, whereas the journal capitalizes the authors' names but not the conjunction sigh Search for the Function bbl.and and try a MakeLowercase

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Juergen Spitzmueller wrote: Paul A. Rubin wrote: The BiBTeX database has the names in mixed case, and after reading all docs I could find and Googling both the web and comp.text.tex, I can't find a trick to switch them to uppercase in the bibliography. Hack the bst file. A quick solution

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-06 Thread Juergen Spitzmueller
Paul A. Rubin wrote: Thanks much.  This *almost* works.  The only problem is that it capitalizes the and connecting multiple authors, whereas the journal capitalizes the authors' names but not the conjunction sigh Search for the Function bbl.and and try a MakeLowercase FUNCTION {bbl.and} {

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Mike Barnsley wrote: Paul, I think you've got two possible options. The first is to define your own BibTeX style file using makebst, which is run as follows tex makebst then answer the relevant questions. I'm not 100% positive, but I think that one of these may allow you to specify uppercase

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Juergen Spitzmueller wrote: Paul A. Rubin wrote: Thanks much. This *almost* works. The only problem is that it capitalizes the and connecting multiple authors, whereas the journal capitalizes the authors' names but not the conjunction sigh Search for the Function bbl.and and try a MakeLowercase

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Juergen Spitzmueller wrote: Paul A. Rubin wrote: The BiBTeX database has the names in mixed case, and after reading all docs I could find and Googling both the web and comp.text.tex, I can't find a trick to switch them to uppercase in the bibliography. Hack the bst file. A quick solution

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-06 Thread Juergen Spitzmueller
Paul A. Rubin wrote: > Thanks much.  This *almost* works.  The only problem is that it > capitalizes the "and" connecting multiple authors, whereas the journal > capitalizes the authors' names but not the conjunction Search for the Function bbl.and and try a MakeLowercase FUNCTION {bbl.and} {

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Mike Barnsley wrote: Paul, I think you've got two possible options. The first is to define your own BibTeX style file using makebst, which is run as follows tex makebst then answer the relevant questions. I'm not 100% positive, but I think that one of these may allow you to specify uppercase

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Juergen Spitzmueller wrote: Paul A. Rubin wrote: Thanks much. This *almost* works. The only problem is that it capitalizes the "and" connecting multiple authors, whereas the journal capitalizes the authors' names but not the conjunction Search for the Function bbl.and and try a MakeLowercase

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-04 Thread Juergen Spitzmueller
Paul A. Rubin wrote: The BiBTeX database has the names in mixed case, and after reading all docs I could find and Googling both the web and comp.text.tex, I can't find a trick to switch them to uppercase in the bibliography. Hack the bst file. A quick solution (untested): create a bst file

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-04 Thread Mike Barnsley
to uppercase. There's probably a much more elegant way of doing this, I'm far from being a BibTeX expert, but this should do the trick prior to your deadline. Good luck, Mike Sorry for a non-LyX question here, but I'm a bit hard up. I've posted this to comp.text.tex but don't know when (if) I'll get

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-04 Thread Juergen Spitzmueller
Paul A. Rubin wrote: The BiBTeX database has the names in mixed case, and after reading all docs I could find and Googling both the web and comp.text.tex, I can't find a trick to switch them to uppercase in the bibliography. Hack the bst file. A quick solution (untested): create a bst file

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-04 Thread Mike Barnsley
to uppercase. There's probably a much more elegant way of doing this, I'm far from being a BibTeX expert, but this should do the trick prior to your deadline. Good luck, Mike Sorry for a non-LyX question here, but I'm a bit hard up. I've posted this to comp.text.tex but don't know when (if) I'll get

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-04 Thread Juergen Spitzmueller
Paul A. Rubin wrote: > The BiBTeX database has the names in mixed case, and after reading all > docs I could find and Googling both the web and comp.text.tex, I can't > find a trick to switch them to uppercase in the bibliography. Hack the bst file. A quick solution (untested): create a bst file

Re: BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-04 Thread Mike Barnsley
a string completely to uppercase. There's probably a much more elegant way of doing this, I'm far from being a BibTeX expert, but this should do the trick prior to your deadline. Good luck, Mike > Sorry for a non-LyX question here, but I'm a bit hard up. I've posted > this to comp.te

BiBTeX (non-LyX) question

2004-09-03 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Sorry for a non-LyX question here, but I'm a bit hard up. I've posted this to comp.text.tex but don't know when (if) I'll get a response, and I'm facing something of a deadline. I have a paper (written with LyX, of course) ready to ship to a journal. The catch is that they want authors

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