Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Joe(theWordy)Philbrook
If it matters: I use whichever version of LyX is available from the repository of whichever Linux system I'm currently using. At the moment that means: LyX 1.6.5 on Arch Linux Note: I'm NOT an LaTeX wizard, nor a professional writer So if I use an incorrect name for

Re: Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Seems to be a quirk of LaTeX specific to typewriter font. Since typewriter font is intended to have fixed spacing, LaTeX can't justify things evenly. There's a fix at http://newsgroups.derkeiler.com/Archive/Comp/comp.text.tex/2005-09/msg4.html that works on your document if you don't

Re: Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Steve Litt
On Saturday 03 April 2010 02:48:12 Joe(theWordy)Philbrook wrote: I get similar, but slightly better results from setting the environment to quotation. Like verse, the righthand margin appears the same for both the leftside and rightside pages. But with quotation it's slightly better because

Re: Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Steve Litt
On Saturday 03 April 2010 02:48:12 Joe(theWordy)Philbrook wrote: I get similar, but slightly better results from setting the environment to quotation. Like verse, the righthand margin appears the same for both the leftside and rightside pages. But with quotation it's slightly better because

Re: Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Joe(theWordy)Philbrook
It would appear that on Apr 3, Paul A. Rubin did say: Seems to be a quirk of LaTeX specific to typewriter font. Since typewriter font is intended to have fixed spacing, LaTeX can't justify things evenly. There's a fix at

Re: Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Paul Rubin
Joe(theWordy)Philbrook jtw...@... writes: However what I don't understand why, whether LaTeX can properly justify typewriter font or not, surely such a powerful typesetting system could detect that the line was going to exceed the intended margin, and at least adjust word wrap to move the

Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Joe(theWordy)Philbrook
If it matters: I use whichever version of LyX is available from the repository of whichever Linux system I'm currently using. At the moment that means: LyX 1.6.5 on Arch Linux Note: I'm NOT an LaTeX wizard, nor a professional writer So if I use an incorrect name for

Re: Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Seems to be a quirk of LaTeX specific to typewriter font. Since typewriter font is intended to have fixed spacing, LaTeX can't justify things evenly. There's a fix at http://newsgroups.derkeiler.com/Archive/Comp/comp.text.tex/2005-09/msg4.html that works on your document if you don't

Re: Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Steve Litt
On Saturday 03 April 2010 02:48:12 Joe(theWordy)Philbrook wrote: I get similar, but slightly better results from setting the environment to quotation. Like verse, the righthand margin appears the same for both the leftside and rightside pages. But with quotation it's slightly better because

Re: Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Steve Litt
On Saturday 03 April 2010 02:48:12 Joe(theWordy)Philbrook wrote: I get similar, but slightly better results from setting the environment to quotation. Like verse, the righthand margin appears the same for both the leftside and rightside pages. But with quotation it's slightly better because

Re: Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Joe(theWordy)Philbrook
It would appear that on Apr 3, Paul A. Rubin did say: Seems to be a quirk of LaTeX specific to typewriter font. Since typewriter font is intended to have fixed spacing, LaTeX can't justify things evenly. There's a fix at

Re: Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Paul Rubin
Joe(theWordy)Philbrook jtw...@... writes: However what I don't understand why, whether LaTeX can properly justify typewriter font or not, surely such a powerful typesetting system could detect that the line was going to exceed the intended margin, and at least adjust word wrap to move the

Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Joe(theWordy)Philbrook
If it matters: I use whichever version of LyX is available from the repository of whichever Linux system I'm currently using. At the moment that means: LyX 1.6.5 on Arch Linux Note: I'm NOT an LaTeX wizard, nor a professional writer So if I use an incorrect name for

Re: Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Seems to be a "quirk" of LaTeX specific to typewriter font. Since typewriter font is intended to have fixed spacing, LaTeX can't justify things evenly. There's a fix at http://newsgroups.derkeiler.com/Archive/Comp/comp.text.tex/2005-09/msg4.html that works on your document if you don't

Re: Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Steve Litt
On Saturday 03 April 2010 02:48:12 Joe(theWordy)Philbrook wrote: > I get similar, but slightly better results from setting the environment to > quotation. Like verse, the righthand margin appears the same for both the > leftside and rightside pages. But with quotation it's slightly better >

Re: Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Steve Litt
On Saturday 03 April 2010 02:48:12 Joe(theWordy)Philbrook wrote: > I get similar, but slightly better results from setting the environment to > quotation. Like verse, the righthand margin appears the same for both the > leftside and rightside pages. But with quotation it's slightly better >

Re: Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Joe(theWordy)Philbrook
It would appear that on Apr 3, Paul A. Rubin did say: > Seems to be a "quirk" of LaTeX specific to typewriter font. Since typewriter > font is intended to have fixed spacing, LaTeX can't justify things evenly. > There's a fix at >

Re: Output: Right margin problem for a section* (standard font:typewriter,italic)

2010-04-03 Thread Paul Rubin
Joe(theWordy)Philbrook writes: > However what I don't understand why, whether LaTeX can properly > justify typewriter font or not, surely such a powerful typesetting > system could detect that the line was going to exceed the intended > margin, and at least adjust "word wrap" to