Re: Missing converters and pdftex.def error

2020-09-23 Thread UD K
: No information about converting GIF files into JPG, or a similar error when I embed a graphics in a Lyx/Beamer file.  It comes with a: pdftex.def error. I do not see the required converters listed in the preferences/converters

Re: Missing converters and pdftex.def error

2020-09-23 Thread Paul A. Rubin
. I do not see the required converters listed in the preferences/converters. Sadly, because I am using MX Linux (don't ask me why), I am using Texlive 2018, which tlmgr refuses to update.   ImageMagick in installed and working, but obviously something else is broken. Any hints? Thanks

Missing converters and pdftex.def error

2020-09-23 Thread UD K
. I do not see the required converters listed in the preferences/converters.  Sadly, because I am using MX Linux (don't ask me why), I am using Texlive 2018, which tlmgr refuses to update.   ImageMagick in installed and working, but obviously something else

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-06-04 Thread Julien Rioux
, no problem there! :) Cheers Then define your own dot2tex file format, have a dot-dot2tex converter and a dot2tex-pdf converter. Remove the usual dot-pdf converter because LyX would use that if present (assuming LyX uses the shortest conversion pathway). Remove any other dot-something converters

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-06-04 Thread Leo Antunes
Hi On 04/06/10 15:27, Julien Rioux wrote: File Formats: Format: LaTeX (dot2tex) Short Name: dot2tex Extension: tex Converters: Graphviz Dot - LaTeX (dot2tex) Converter: dot2tex $$i $$o LaTeX (dot2tex) - PDF (ps2pdf) Converter: pdflatex $$i Perfect! This is exactly what I wanted. I

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-06-04 Thread Julien Rioux
, no problem there! :) Cheers Then define your own dot2tex file format, have a dot-dot2tex converter and a dot2tex-pdf converter. Remove the usual dot-pdf converter because LyX would use that if present (assuming LyX uses the shortest conversion pathway). Remove any other dot-something converters

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-06-04 Thread Leo Antunes
Hi On 04/06/10 15:27, Julien Rioux wrote: File Formats: Format: LaTeX (dot2tex) Short Name: dot2tex Extension: tex Converters: Graphviz Dot - LaTeX (dot2tex) Converter: dot2tex $$i $$o LaTeX (dot2tex) - PDF (ps2pdf) Converter: pdflatex $$i Perfect! This is exactly what I wanted. I

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-06-04 Thread Julien Rioux
y other dot->something converters for that matter. I tested this with one of my dot file and it works ok. The only problem is in the generated tex file: the graph is too large to fit on an article page. But I didn't play with the dot2tex options, and at this point I would say that the integrati

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-06-04 Thread Leo Antunes
Hi On 04/06/10 15:27, Julien Rioux wrote: > File Formats: > > Format: LaTeX (dot2tex) > Short Name: dot2tex > Extension: tex > > Converters: > > Graphviz Dot -> LaTeX (dot2tex) > Converter: dot2tex $$i > $$o > > LaTeX (dot2tex) -> PDF (ps2pdf) > C

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-06-03 Thread Julien Rioux
On 02/06/2010 8:45 PM, Leo Antunes wrote: I'm unfortunately not very familiar with TeX, but it seems to be impossible to simply do something like cat file.tex | pdflatex file.pdf to take my dot2tex output, reconvert it to pdf and use the simpler graphic inclusion feature. Is this a limitation of

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-06-03 Thread Leo Antunes
On 03/06/10 16:22, Julien Rioux wrote: Why not already use the dot-pdf converter that comes with graphviz? dot -Tpdf file.dot -o file.pdf Because I wanna use dot2tex on the dot file beforehand. Importing pure Dot files works like a charm, no problem there! :) Cheers -- *Leo Antunes*

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-06-03 Thread Julien Rioux
On 02/06/2010 8:45 PM, Leo Antunes wrote: I'm unfortunately not very familiar with TeX, but it seems to be impossible to simply do something like cat file.tex | pdflatex file.pdf to take my dot2tex output, reconvert it to pdf and use the simpler graphic inclusion feature. Is this a limitation of

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-06-03 Thread Leo Antunes
On 03/06/10 16:22, Julien Rioux wrote: Why not already use the dot-pdf converter that comes with graphviz? dot -Tpdf file.dot -o file.pdf Because I wanna use dot2tex on the dot file beforehand. Importing pure Dot files works like a charm, no problem there! :) Cheers -- *Leo Antunes*

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-06-03 Thread Julien Rioux
On 02/06/2010 8:45 PM, Leo Antunes wrote: I'm unfortunately not very familiar with TeX, but it seems to be impossible to simply do something like "cat file.tex | pdflatex> file.pdf" to take my dot2tex output, reconvert it to pdf and use the simpler graphic inclusion feature. Is this a limitation

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-06-03 Thread Leo Antunes
On 03/06/10 16:22, Julien Rioux wrote: > > Why not already use the dot->pdf converter that comes with graphviz? > > dot -Tpdf file.dot -o file.pdf > Because I wanna use dot2tex on the dot file beforehand. Importing pure Dot files works like a charm, no problem there! :) Cheers -- *Leo

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-06-02 Thread Leo Antunes
in LyX or in output) without a converter. In that case there might be a file left over in your conversion cache folder. Ok, this helps me decide which converters to create. Thanks! All-in-all I might have totally misunderstood the idea behind the converters, so please let me know if that's

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-06-02 Thread Leo Antunes
in LyX or in output) without a converter. In that case there might be a file left over in your conversion cache folder. Ok, this helps me decide which converters to create. Thanks! All-in-all I might have totally misunderstood the idea behind the converters, so please let me know if that's

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-06-02 Thread Leo Antunes
see a .dot file (either in LyX or in > output) without a converter. In that case there might be a file left > over in your conversion cache folder. Ok, this helps me decide which converters to create. Thanks! > >> All-in-all I might have totally misunderstood the idea behind the >&g

Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-05-31 Thread Leo Antunes
[I'm not subscribed, please CC] Hi, When configuring converters, what's the priority Lyx will give when trying to convert an included graphic? If I have more than one converters set-up for a given input format, with various output formats, which one will Lyx prefer? The case in point is trying

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-05-31 Thread Julien Rioux
On 31/05/2010 8:11 AM, Leo Antunes wrote: [I'm not subscribed, please CC] Hi, When configuring converters, what's the priority Lyx will give when trying to convert an included graphic? If I have more than one converters set-up for a given input format, with various output formats, which one

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-05-31 Thread RGH
On 05/31/2010 08:11 AM, Leo Antunes wrote: As a follow-up to this question, I've noticed Lyx still manages to export a document with an included Dot file, even when I remove the configured Dot converter. Am I right to assume there's some hardcoded fallback converter at work? I think this is

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-05-31 Thread Jean-Marc LASGOUTTES
Leo Antunes l...@costela.net writes: When configuring converters, what's the priority Lyx will give when trying to convert an included graphic? If I have more than one converters set-up for a given input format, with various output formats, which one will Lyx prefer? It chooses the shortest

Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-05-31 Thread Leo Antunes
[I'm not subscribed, please CC] Hi, When configuring converters, what's the priority Lyx will give when trying to convert an included graphic? If I have more than one converters set-up for a given input format, with various output formats, which one will Lyx prefer? The case in point is trying

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-05-31 Thread Julien Rioux
On 31/05/2010 8:11 AM, Leo Antunes wrote: [I'm not subscribed, please CC] Hi, When configuring converters, what's the priority Lyx will give when trying to convert an included graphic? If I have more than one converters set-up for a given input format, with various output formats, which one

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-05-31 Thread RGH
On 05/31/2010 08:11 AM, Leo Antunes wrote: As a follow-up to this question, I've noticed Lyx still manages to export a document with an included Dot file, even when I remove the configured Dot converter. Am I right to assume there's some hardcoded fallback converter at work? I think this is

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-05-31 Thread Jean-Marc LASGOUTTES
Leo Antunes l...@costela.net writes: When configuring converters, what's the priority Lyx will give when trying to convert an included graphic? If I have more than one converters set-up for a given input format, with various output formats, which one will Lyx prefer? It chooses the shortest

Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-05-31 Thread Leo Antunes
[I'm not subscribed, please CC] Hi, When configuring converters, what's the priority Lyx will give when trying to convert an included graphic? If I have more than one converters set-up for a given input format, with various output formats, which one will Lyx prefer? The case in point is trying

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-05-31 Thread Julien Rioux
On 31/05/2010 8:11 AM, Leo Antunes wrote: [I'm not subscribed, please CC] Hi, When configuring converters, what's the priority Lyx will give when trying to convert an included graphic? If I have more than one converters set-up for a given input format, with various output formats, which one

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-05-31 Thread RGH
On 05/31/2010 08:11 AM, Leo Antunes wrote: As a follow-up to this question, I've noticed Lyx still manages to export a document with an included Dot file, even when I remove the configured Dot converter. Am I right to assume there's some hardcoded fallback converter at work? I think this is

Re: Configuring converters (more specifically dot2tex)

2010-05-31 Thread Jean-Marc LASGOUTTES
Leo Antunes <l...@costela.net> writes: > When configuring converters, what's the priority Lyx will give when > trying to convert an included graphic? If I have more than one > converters set-up for a given input format, with various output formats, > which one will Lyx p

adding ConvTex to the LyX converters?

2010-02-03 Thread Liviu Andronic
to be working, but I was also wondering if someone tried to add it to the LyX list of converters and if it was working. If so, would it make sense to implement it in LyX (recognise ConvTex and provide the appropriate menu entries)? Thank you Liviu

Re: adding ConvTex to the LyX converters?

2010-02-03 Thread Grahame Blackwood
On Wednesday 03 February 2010 13:00:35 Liviu Andronic wrote: Does anyone have experience with it? Hi Liviu I use it about once per month to convert a report created in Lyx to OpenOffice but I find it chokes on some of Lyx's formatting and I have to run a vim script to remove or alter the

adding ConvTex to the LyX converters?

2010-02-03 Thread Liviu Andronic
to be working, but I was also wondering if someone tried to add it to the LyX list of converters and if it was working. If so, would it make sense to implement it in LyX (recognise ConvTex and provide the appropriate menu entries)? Thank you Liviu

Re: adding ConvTex to the LyX converters?

2010-02-03 Thread Grahame Blackwood
On Wednesday 03 February 2010 13:00:35 Liviu Andronic wrote: Does anyone have experience with it? Hi Liviu I use it about once per month to convert a report created in Lyx to OpenOffice but I find it chokes on some of Lyx's formatting and I have to run a vim script to remove or alter the

adding ConvTex to the LyX converters?

2010-02-03 Thread Liviu Andronic
the ML it seems to be working, but I was also wondering if someone tried to add it to the LyX list of converters and if it was working. If so, would it make sense to implement it in LyX (recognise ConvTex and provide the appropriate menu entries)? Thank you Liviu

Re: adding ConvTex to the LyX converters?

2010-02-03 Thread Grahame Blackwood
On Wednesday 03 February 2010 13:00:35 Liviu Andronic wrote: > Does anyone have experience with it? Hi Liviu I use it about once per month to convert a report created in Lyx to OpenOffice but I find it chokes on some of Lyx's formatting and I have to run a vim script to remove or alter the

Fun With LyX Document Converters

2009-11-05 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear LyX Users, I've spent most of today struggling with the question of, What is the best way to convert a LyX/LaTeX document into a Word document? I've looked separately at latex2rtf (which works, but makes it very difficult to customize the output) and going through html (via a variety of

Re: Fun With LyX Document Converters

2009-11-05 Thread Typhoon
On Thu, 05 Nov 2009 13:09:33 -0700 Rob Oakes rob.oa...@oak-tree.us wrote: Dear LyX Users, I've spent most of today struggling with the question of, What is the best way to convert a LyX/LaTeX document into a Word document? SNIP (As a side question, LaTeX (plain) - OpenDocument is

Re: Fun With LyX Document Converters

2009-11-05 Thread Rob Oakes
Thank you Alan, That fixed the problem. I hadn't realized that the Java run time was a dependency of oolatex. Export from LyX to OpenDocument now works. From there, it's an easy conversion to Word. Cheers, Rob

Re: Fun With LyX Document Converters

2009-11-05 Thread Andrew Sullivan
On 2009-11-05, at 16:32, Rob Oakes lyx-de...@oak-tree.us wrote: Thank you Alan, That fixed the problem. I hadn't realized that the Java run time was a dependency of oolatex. Export from LyX to OpenDocument now works. From there, it's an easy conversion to Word. One issue with

Re: Fun With LyX Document Converters

2009-11-05 Thread rgheck
On 11/05/2009 04:32 PM, Rob Oakes wrote: Thank you Alan, That fixed the problem. I hadn't realized that the Java run time was a dependency of oolatex. Export from LyX to OpenDocument now works. From there, it's an easy conversion to Word. I'm glad to hear this. Experience generally is

Fun With LyX Document Converters

2009-11-05 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear LyX Users, I've spent most of today struggling with the question of, What is the best way to convert a LyX/LaTeX document into a Word document? I've looked separately at latex2rtf (which works, but makes it very difficult to customize the output) and going through html (via a variety of

Re: Fun With LyX Document Converters

2009-11-05 Thread Typhoon
On Thu, 05 Nov 2009 13:09:33 -0700 Rob Oakes rob.oa...@oak-tree.us wrote: Dear LyX Users, I've spent most of today struggling with the question of, What is the best way to convert a LyX/LaTeX document into a Word document? SNIP (As a side question, LaTeX (plain) - OpenDocument is

Re: Fun With LyX Document Converters

2009-11-05 Thread Rob Oakes
Thank you Alan, That fixed the problem. I hadn't realized that the Java run time was a dependency of oolatex. Export from LyX to OpenDocument now works. From there, it's an easy conversion to Word. Cheers, Rob

Re: Fun With LyX Document Converters

2009-11-05 Thread Andrew Sullivan
On 2009-11-05, at 16:32, Rob Oakes lyx-de...@oak-tree.us wrote: Thank you Alan, That fixed the problem. I hadn't realized that the Java run time was a dependency of oolatex. Export from LyX to OpenDocument now works. From there, it's an easy conversion to Word. One issue with

Re: Fun With LyX Document Converters

2009-11-05 Thread rgheck
On 11/05/2009 04:32 PM, Rob Oakes wrote: Thank you Alan, That fixed the problem. I hadn't realized that the Java run time was a dependency of oolatex. Export from LyX to OpenDocument now works. From there, it's an easy conversion to Word. I'm glad to hear this. Experience generally is

Fun With LyX Document Converters

2009-11-05 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear LyX Users, I've spent most of today struggling with the question of, "What is the best way to convert a LyX/LaTeX document into a Word document?" I've looked separately at latex2rtf (which works, but makes it very difficult to customize the output) and going through html (via a variety of

Re: Fun With LyX Document Converters

2009-11-05 Thread Typhoon
On Thu, 05 Nov 2009 13:09:33 -0700 Rob Oakes wrote: > Dear LyX Users, > > I've spent most of today struggling with the question of, "What is the > best way to convert a LyX/LaTeX document into a Word document?" > > > (As a side question, LaTeX (plain) -> OpenDocument

Re: Fun With LyX Document Converters

2009-11-05 Thread Rob Oakes
Thank you Alan, That fixed the problem. I hadn't realized that the Java run time was a dependency of oolatex. Export from LyX to OpenDocument now works. From there, it's an easy conversion to Word. Cheers, Rob

Re: Fun With LyX Document Converters

2009-11-05 Thread Andrew Sullivan
On 2009-11-05, at 16:32, Rob Oakes wrote: Thank you Alan, That fixed the problem. I hadn't realized that the Java run time was a dependency of oolatex. Export from LyX to OpenDocument now works. From there, it's an easy conversion to Word. One issue with

Re: Fun With LyX Document Converters

2009-11-05 Thread rgheck
On 11/05/2009 04:32 PM, Rob Oakes wrote: Thank you Alan, That fixed the problem. I hadn't realized that the Java run time was a dependency of oolatex. Export from LyX to OpenDocument now works. From there, it's an easy conversion to Word. I'm glad to hear this. Experience generally is

File converters based on file extension rather than MIME type?

2009-11-03 Thread Hugo Vincent
Hi, I'm trying to set up some custom file converters (which take psfrag'd EPS files from matlab, do some stuff to the annotations then render them to a PDF), and am distinguishing between what stuff gets done by file extension. That is, for operation A, I might call the file

File converters based on file extension rather than MIME type?

2009-11-03 Thread Hugo Vincent
Hi, I'm trying to set up some custom file converters (which take psfrag'd EPS files from matlab, do some stuff to the annotations then render them to a PDF), and am distinguishing between what stuff gets done by file extension. That is, for operation A, I might call the file

File converters based on file extension rather than MIME type?

2009-11-03 Thread Hugo Vincent
Hi, I'm trying to set up some custom file converters (which take psfrag'd EPS files from matlab, do some "stuff" to the annotations then render them to a PDF), and am distinguishing between what "stuff" gets done by file extension. That is, for operation A, I

Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2009-08-17 Thread Manveru
box when someone clicked on the list of converters above or the menu of options about abandoning changes. That would be more intuitive in my opinion. -- Manveru jabber: manv...@manveru.pl gg: 1624001 http://www.manveru.pl

Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2009-08-17 Thread Manveru
box when someone clicked on the list of converters above or the menu of options about abandoning changes. That would be more intuitive in my opinion. -- Manveru jabber: manv...@manveru.pl gg: 1624001 http://www.manveru.pl

Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2009-08-17 Thread Manveru
ays: 1. More Eclipse approach: Create edit button and do additional dialog for editing. 2. Keep fields for typing converter parameters disabled. Then when clicked New - create new row with name 'New Converter', select it, enable all fields to type and commit button. When clicked edit just enable the

Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2009-08-15 Thread unknownmosquito
problem on two different Fedora 11 machines: http://n2.nabble.com/file/n3450869/%2BPreferences.png It is extremely frustrating. If there is a workaround, please let me know. -- View this message in context: http://n2.nabble.com/can%27t-edit-Converters%2C-File-Formats%2C-Copiers-tp669102p3450869

Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2009-08-15 Thread rgheck
On 08/15/2009 03:21 PM, unknownmosquito wrote: Joe wrote: In the GUI for LyX the Add and Modify buttons are gray. I can't modify. Any advice is appreciated. I'm running 1.5.6 on OS X 10.5.4 http://n2.nabble.com/file/n669102/Picture%2B3.png Picture+3.png

Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2009-08-15 Thread unknownmosquito
problem on two different Fedora 11 machines: http://n2.nabble.com/file/n3450869/%2BPreferences.png It is extremely frustrating. If there is a workaround, please let me know. -- View this message in context: http://n2.nabble.com/can%27t-edit-Converters%2C-File-Formats%2C-Copiers-tp669102p3450869

Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2009-08-15 Thread rgheck
On 08/15/2009 03:21 PM, unknownmosquito wrote: Joe wrote: In the GUI for LyX the Add and Modify buttons are gray. I can't modify. Any advice is appreciated. I'm running 1.5.6 on OS X 10.5.4 http://n2.nabble.com/file/n669102/Picture%2B3.png Picture+3.png

Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2009-08-15 Thread unknownmosquito
ure%2B3.png > I have this same problem on two different Fedora 11 machines: http://n2.nabble.com/file/n3450869/%2BPreferences.png It is extremely frustrating. If there is a workaround, please let me know. -- View this message in context: http://n2.nabble.com/can%27t-edit-Converters

Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2009-08-15 Thread rgheck
On 08/15/2009 03:21 PM, unknownmosquito wrote: Joe wrote: In the GUI for LyX the Add and Modify buttons are gray. I can't modify. Any advice is appreciated. I'm running 1.5.6 on OS X 10.5.4 http://n2.nabble.com/file/n669102/Picture%2B3.png Picture+3.png

Several problems with converters in lyx

2008-09-04 Thread Nasir Amra
So far I'm pleased with how lyx shortens the learning curve for using latex. However, I have several problems converting the document into either rtf or an openoffice document ( publisher's demanding .doc instead of latex or pdf). 1. Converting to .rtf : When I use natbib , numerical

Re: Several problems with converters in lyx

2008-09-04 Thread rgheck
Nasir Amra wrote: So far I'm pleased with how lyx shortens the learning curve for using latex. However, I have several problems converting the document into either rtf or an openoffice document ( publisher's demanding .doc instead of latex or pdf). 1. Converting to .rtf : When I use

Several problems with converters in lyx

2008-09-04 Thread Nasir Amra
So far I'm pleased with how lyx shortens the learning curve for using latex. However, I have several problems converting the document into either rtf or an openoffice document ( publisher's demanding .doc instead of latex or pdf). 1. Converting to .rtf : When I use natbib , numerical

Re: Several problems with converters in lyx

2008-09-04 Thread rgheck
Nasir Amra wrote: So far I'm pleased with how lyx shortens the learning curve for using latex. However, I have several problems converting the document into either rtf or an openoffice document ( publisher's demanding .doc instead of latex or pdf). 1. Converting to .rtf : When I use

Several problems with converters in lyx

2008-09-04 Thread Nasir Amra
So far I'm pleased with how lyx shortens the learning curve for using latex. However, I have several problems converting the document into either rtf or an openoffice document ( publisher's demanding .doc instead of latex or pdf). 1. Converting to .rtf : When I use natbib , numerical

Re: Several problems with converters in lyx

2008-09-04 Thread rgheck
Nasir Amra wrote: So far I'm pleased with how lyx shortens the learning curve for using latex. However, I have several problems converting the document into either rtf or an openoffice document ( publisher's demanding .doc instead of latex or pdf). 1. Converting to .rtf : When I use

can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2008-08-04 Thread Joe
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Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2008-08-04 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Joe schrieb: In the GUI for LyX the Add and Modify buttons are gray. I can't modify. Any advice is appreciated. You can only press the modify button when you changed an existing file format. To add a file format and change its edit fields to a new one. Than you can press Add. The UserGuide

Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2008-08-04 Thread rgheck
Uwe Stöhr wrote: I know that this dialog is quite unintuitive, but the other developers don't agree with me. One does. rh

Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2008-08-04 Thread Paul A. Rubin
rgheck wrote: Uwe Stöhr wrote: I know that this dialog is quite unintuitive, but the other developers don't agree with me. One does. As does one non-developer. :-)

can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2008-08-04 Thread Joe
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Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2008-08-04 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Joe schrieb: In the GUI for LyX the Add and Modify buttons are gray. I can't modify. Any advice is appreciated. You can only press the modify button when you changed an existing file format. To add a file format and change its edit fields to a new one. Than you can press Add. The UserGuide

Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2008-08-04 Thread rgheck
Uwe Stöhr wrote: I know that this dialog is quite unintuitive, but the other developers don't agree with me. One does. rh

Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2008-08-04 Thread Paul A. Rubin
rgheck wrote: Uwe Stöhr wrote: I know that this dialog is quite unintuitive, but the other developers don't agree with me. One does. As does one non-developer. :-)

can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2008-08-04 Thread Joe
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Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2008-08-04 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Joe schrieb: In the GUI for LyX the Add and Modify buttons are gray. I can't modify. Any advice is appreciated. You can only press the modify button when you changed an existing file format. To add a file format and change its edit fields to a new one. Than you can press Add. The UserGuide

Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2008-08-04 Thread rgheck
Uwe Stöhr wrote: I know that this dialog is quite unintuitive, but the other developers don't agree with me. One does. rh

Re: can't edit Converters, File Formats, Copiers

2008-08-04 Thread Paul A. Rubin
rgheck wrote: Uwe Stöhr wrote: I know that this dialog is quite unintuitive, but the other developers don't agree with me. One does. As does one non-developer. :-)

Re: converters

2008-07-18 Thread G. Milde
On 17.07.08, Matthias E wrote: Whenever I try to view the file as a .pdf, the following screen pops up: Keine Information vorhanden, um Dateien im -Format nach png zu konvertieren. Definieren Sie einen Konverter in den Einstellungen. I wonder about the -Format. Did you specify the

Re: converters

2008-07-18 Thread G. Milde
On 17.07.08, Matthias E wrote: Whenever I try to view the file as a .pdf, the following screen pops up: Keine Information vorhanden, um Dateien im -Format nach png zu konvertieren. Definieren Sie einen Konverter in den Einstellungen. I wonder about the -Format. Did you specify the

Re: converters

2008-07-18 Thread G. Milde
On 17.07.08, Matthias E wrote: > Whenever I try to view the file as a .pdf, the following screen pops > up: > > Keine Information vorhanden, um Dateien im -Format nach png zu > konvertieren. > Definieren Sie einen Konverter in den Einstellungen. I wonder about the "-Format". Did you specify

converters

2008-07-17 Thread Matthias E
Hey there! I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem. All of the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I decided to uninstall and install 1.5 now. The same problem occurs. Whenever I try to view the file as a .pdf, the following screen pops up:

Re: converters

2008-07-17 Thread Erez Yerushalmi
Did you remember to press: tools reconfigure? Erez On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 2:18 PM, Matthias E [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey there! I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem. All of the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I decided to uninstall

Re: converters

2008-07-17 Thread Richard heck
On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 2:18 PM, Matthias E [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey there! I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem. All of the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I decided to uninstall and install 1.5 now. The same problem occurs. Whenever

converters

2008-07-17 Thread Matthias E
Hey there! I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem. All of the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I decided to uninstall and install 1.5 now. The same problem occurs. Whenever I try to view the file as a .pdf, the following screen pops up:

Re: converters

2008-07-17 Thread Erez Yerushalmi
Did you remember to press: tools reconfigure? Erez On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 2:18 PM, Matthias E [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey there! I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem. All of the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I decided to uninstall

Re: converters

2008-07-17 Thread Richard heck
On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 2:18 PM, Matthias E [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey there! I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem. All of the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I decided to uninstall and install 1.5 now. The same problem occurs. Whenever

converters

2008-07-17 Thread Matthias E
Hey there! I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem. All of the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I decided to uninstall and install 1.5 now. The same problem occurs. Whenever I try to view the file as a .pdf, the following screen pops up:

Re: converters

2008-07-17 Thread Erez Yerushalmi
Did you remember to press: tools > reconfigure? Erez On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 2:18 PM, Matthias E <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Hey there! > > I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem. All of > the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I decided to >

Re: converters

2008-07-17 Thread Richard heck
On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 2:18 PM, Matthias E <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: Hey there! I have been using Lyx. 1.4. for over a year and never had a problem. All of the sudden I was not able to convert into .pdf anymore. I decided to uninstall and install 1.5 now. The same problem occurs.

Re: Question about preview converters

2007-06-23 Thread killermike
On Friday 22 June 2007 22:25:25 Paul A. Rubin wrote: If you want to define your own route for converting SVG to something LyX can display, you might try either defining an SVG-PPM converter rather than SVG-PNG, or else define SVG-PNG and also PNG-PPM. For most user-definable conversions,

Re: Question about preview converters

2007-06-23 Thread killermike
On Friday 22 June 2007 22:25:25 Paul A. Rubin wrote: If you want to define your own route for converting SVG to something LyX can display, you might try either defining an SVG-PPM converter rather than SVG-PNG, or else define SVG-PNG and also PNG-PPM. For most user-definable conversions,

Re: Question about preview converters

2007-06-23 Thread killermike
On Friday 22 June 2007 22:25:25 Paul A. Rubin wrote: > If you want to define your own route for converting SVG to something LyX > can display, you might try either defining an SVG->PPM converter rather > than SVG->PNG, or else define SVG->PNG and also PNG->PPM. For most > user-definable

Re: Question about preview converters

2007-06-22 Thread Paul A. Rubin
either defining an SVG-PPM converter rather than SVG-PNG, or else define SVG-PNG and also PNG-PPM. For most user-definable conversions, LyX will look for a valid chain of converters from source format to target format. I assume that also applies to graphics conversions for internal display

Re: Question about preview converters

2007-06-22 Thread Paul A. Rubin
either defining an SVG-PPM converter rather than SVG-PNG, or else define SVG-PNG and also PNG-PPM. For most user-definable conversions, LyX will look for a valid chain of converters from source format to target format. I assume that also applies to graphics conversions for internal display

Re: Question about preview converters

2007-06-22 Thread Paul A. Rubin
try either defining an SVG->PPM converter rather than SVG->PNG, or else define SVG->PNG and also PNG->PPM. For most user-definable conversions, LyX will look for a valid chain of converters from source format to target format. I assume that also applies to graphics conversions for i

Question about preview converters

2007-06-21 Thread killermike
I am still having problems with the use of .svg files on 1.5.0beta on my new Linux install (scroll down to previous message if interested). It would seem that LyX is ignoring my settings for SVGpng (the preview format, I presume?) conversion and what I would like to know is: where are the

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