Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-13 Thread Wilfried
Justin Wood wrote: Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX? I think I answered my own question there. It seems to come down to that issue: no easy route from XeTeX to LaTeX for latex2rtf to work. Kinda obvious I guess! I have no answer to your original

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-13 Thread Wilfried
Justin Wood wrote: Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX? I think I answered my own question there. It seems to come down to that issue: no easy route from XeTeX to LaTeX for latex2rtf to work. Kinda obvious I guess! I have no answer to your original

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-13 Thread Wilfried
Justin Wood wrote: > > Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX? > > I think I answered my own question there. It seems to come down to that issue: > no easy route from XeTeX to LaTeX for latex2rtf to work. Kinda obvious I > guess! I have no answer to your original

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Justin Wood Justin.Wood at murdoch.edu.au writes: Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX? I think I answered my own question there. It seems to come down to that issue: no easy route from XeTeX to LaTeX for latex2rtf to work. Kinda obvious I guess! All this so I

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
Or write xtetex2rtf :-)-O Does it really matter, when using LyX, which back end one uses? el on 2013-02-07 09:56 Justin Wood said the following: Justin Wood Justin.Wood at murdoch.edu.au writes: Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX? I think I answered my

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Dr Eberhard Lisse nospam at lisse.NA writes: Or write xtetex2rtf -O Does it really matter, when using LyX, which back end one uses? el I'm not sure I follow. Do you mean why use XeTeX? Largely for the font support, but also because I thought it was the superior engine these days.

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 2:23 PM, Justin Wood justin.w...@murdoch.edu.au wrote: I'm not sure I follow. Do you mean why use XeTeX? Largely for the font support, In my experience XeTeX typesetting is inferior to that of LaTeX. But then I'm no expert. Liviu

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Justin Wood Justin.Wood at murdoch.edu.au writes: Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX? I think I answered my own question there. It seems to come down to that issue: no easy route from XeTeX to LaTeX for latex2rtf to work. Kinda obvious I guess! All this so I

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
Or write xtetex2rtf :-)-O Does it really matter, when using LyX, which back end one uses? el on 2013-02-07 09:56 Justin Wood said the following: Justin Wood Justin.Wood at murdoch.edu.au writes: Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX? I think I answered my

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Dr Eberhard Lisse nospam at lisse.NA writes: Or write xtetex2rtf -O Does it really matter, when using LyX, which back end one uses? el I'm not sure I follow. Do you mean why use XeTeX? Largely for the font support, but also because I thought it was the superior engine these days.

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 2:23 PM, Justin Wood justin.w...@murdoch.edu.au wrote: I'm not sure I follow. Do you mean why use XeTeX? Largely for the font support, In my experience XeTeX typesetting is inferior to that of LaTeX. But then I'm no expert. Liviu

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Justin Wood murdoch.edu.au> writes: > Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX? I think I answered my own question there. It seems to come down to that issue: no easy route from XeTeX to LaTeX for latex2rtf to work. Kinda obvious I guess! All this so I can give my

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
Or write xtetex2rtf :-)-O Does it really matter, when using LyX, which back end one uses? el on 2013-02-07 09:56 Justin Wood said the following: > Justin Wood murdoch.edu.au> writes: > >> Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX? > > I think I answered my own

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Dr Eberhard Lisse lisse.NA> writes: > > Or write xtetex2rtf -O > > Does it really matter, when using LyX, which back end one uses? > > el > I'm not sure I follow. Do you mean why use XeTeX? Largely for the font support, but also because I thought it was the superior engine these days.

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 2:23 PM, Justin Wood wrote: > I'm not sure I follow. Do you mean why use XeTeX? Largely for the font > support, > In my experience XeTeX typesetting is inferior to that of LaTeX. But then I'm no expert. Liviu

configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-06 Thread Justin Wood
Hi all. I've read the instructions for using latex2rtf with LyX here http://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/ExportingRichTextFormatWithLaTeX2rtf, but can't get it to work. This is on v2.0.4 on a Win7 box (but I also have an OS X setup). I've installed latex2rtf as the Win exe and to get around the white space

configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-06 Thread Justin Wood
Hi all. I've read the instructions for using latex2rtf with LyX here http://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/ExportingRichTextFormatWithLaTeX2rtf, but can't get it to work. This is on v2.0.4 on a Win7 box (but I also have an OS X setup). I've installed latex2rtf as the Win exe and to get around the white space

configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-06 Thread Justin Wood
Hi all. I've read the instructions for using latex2rtf with LyX here http://wiki.lyx.org/Tips/ExportingRichTextFormatWithLaTeX2rtf, but can't get it to work. This is on v2.0.4 on a Win7 box (but I also have an OS X setup). I've installed latex2rtf as the Win exe and to get around the white space