Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-15 Thread Johannes Knaus
Am 14.05.2009 um 21:06 schrieb Uwe Stöhr: Tables cannot be broken horizontally when they are too wide, therefore your float is too wide. So you have to assure that the table fits the width. I corrected your example see attached. So, if I understand the whole thing right, if I insert a

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-15 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Johannes Knaus schrieb: So, if I understand the whole thing right, if I insert a figure, I can set it to 100% col but if I insert a table I can only set the width-percentages for each table column not for the whole table. Is that right? Yes. So if I have a table with let's say 10 columns,

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-15 Thread Johannes Knaus
No, but this is maybe a more general thing. I use tables in my example to properly set the stars in a vertical line above each other. I didn't know better. In a WYSWYG-Software I would use tabstops to get this formatting. But there is no easy way to achieve this in Lyx/Latex, or – well –

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-15 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Johannes Knaus schrieb: I cannot follow you. What stars do you mean? Why do you need stars in a float and what is your desired output (do you have a screenshot or PDF from your WYSIWYG program)? Well, the stars (*) in the LyX-file I posted. Here's a screenshot taken from OpenOffice with the

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-15 Thread Johannes Knaus
Am 14.05.2009 um 21:06 schrieb Uwe Stöhr: Tables cannot be broken horizontally when they are too wide, therefore your float is too wide. So you have to assure that the table fits the width. I corrected your example see attached. So, if I understand the whole thing right, if I insert a

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-15 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Johannes Knaus schrieb: So, if I understand the whole thing right, if I insert a figure, I can set it to 100% col but if I insert a table I can only set the width-percentages for each table column not for the whole table. Is that right? Yes. So if I have a table with let's say 10 columns,

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-15 Thread Johannes Knaus
No, but this is maybe a more general thing. I use tables in my example to properly set the stars in a vertical line above each other. I didn't know better. In a WYSWYG-Software I would use tabstops to get this formatting. But there is no easy way to achieve this in Lyx/Latex, or – well –

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-15 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Johannes Knaus schrieb: I cannot follow you. What stars do you mean? Why do you need stars in a float and what is your desired output (do you have a screenshot or PDF from your WYSIWYG program)? Well, the stars (*) in the LyX-file I posted. Here's a screenshot taken from OpenOffice with the

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-15 Thread Johannes Knaus
Am 14.05.2009 um 21:06 schrieb Uwe Stöhr: Tables cannot be broken horizontally when they are too wide, therefore your float is too wide. So you have to assure that the table fits the width. I corrected your example see attached. So, if I understand the whole thing right, if I insert a

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-15 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Johannes Knaus schrieb: So, if I understand the whole thing right, if I insert a figure, I can set it to 100% col but if I insert a table I can only set the width-percentages for each table column not for the whole table. Is that right? Yes. So if I have a table with let's say 10 columns,

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-15 Thread Johannes Knaus
No, but this is maybe a more general thing. I use tables in my example to properly set the stars in a vertical line above each other. I didn't know better. In a WYSWYG-Software I would use tabstops to get this formatting. But there is no easy way to achieve this in Lyx/Latex, or – well –

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-15 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Johannes Knaus schrieb: I cannot follow you. What stars do you mean? Why do you need stars in a float and what is your desired output (do you have a screenshot or PDF from your WYSIWYG program)? Well, the stars (*) in the LyX-file I posted. Here's a screenshot taken from OpenOffice with the

scrbook and width of float

2009-05-14 Thread Johannes Knaus
Hello Lyx Users, I have a problem regarding the width of floats. I'm currently writing my thesis using scrbook (DIV=calc option). When I create a float (happens with all types of floats) and write something into it which is wider than the textwidth, it is simply cropped at the page border.

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-14 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Johannes Knaus schrieb: How can I set up my floats to generally respect textwidth and if the content of the float is wider than textwidth it uses either a smaller fontsize or wrapping? To be able to help you, can you please provide a _small_ LyX testcase? regards Uwe

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-14 Thread Johannes Knaus
Oh, of course, here is an example: testfile.lyx Description: Binary data Best regards, Johannes Am 14.05.2009 um 18:09 schrieb Uwe Stöhr: Johannes Knaus schrieb: How can I set up my floats to generally respect textwidth and if the content of the float is wider than textwidth it

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-14 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Johannes Knaus schrieb: Oh, of course, here is an example: Tables cannot be broken horizontally when they are too wide, therefore your float is too wide. So you have to assure that the table fits the width. I corrected your example see attached. When you are using figure floats, set the

scrbook and width of float

2009-05-14 Thread Johannes Knaus
Hello Lyx Users, I have a problem regarding the width of floats. I'm currently writing my thesis using scrbook (DIV=calc option). When I create a float (happens with all types of floats) and write something into it which is wider than the textwidth, it is simply cropped at the page border.

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-14 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Johannes Knaus schrieb: How can I set up my floats to generally respect textwidth and if the content of the float is wider than textwidth it uses either a smaller fontsize or wrapping? To be able to help you, can you please provide a _small_ LyX testcase? regards Uwe

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-14 Thread Johannes Knaus
Oh, of course, here is an example: testfile.lyx Description: Binary data Best regards, Johannes Am 14.05.2009 um 18:09 schrieb Uwe Stöhr: Johannes Knaus schrieb: How can I set up my floats to generally respect textwidth and if the content of the float is wider than textwidth it

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-14 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Johannes Knaus schrieb: Oh, of course, here is an example: Tables cannot be broken horizontally when they are too wide, therefore your float is too wide. So you have to assure that the table fits the width. I corrected your example see attached. When you are using figure floats, set the

scrbook and width of float

2009-05-14 Thread Johannes Knaus
Hello Lyx Users, I have a problem regarding the width of floats. I'm currently writing my thesis using scrbook (DIV=calc option). When I create a float (happens with all types of floats) and write something into it which is wider than the textwidth, it is simply cropped at the page border.

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-14 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Johannes Knaus schrieb: How can I set up my floats to generally respect textwidth and if the content of the float is wider than textwidth it uses either a smaller fontsize or wrapping? To be able to help you, can you please provide a _small_ LyX testcase? regards Uwe

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-14 Thread Johannes Knaus
Oh, of course, here is an example: testfile.lyx Description: Binary data Best regards, Johannes Am 14.05.2009 um 18:09 schrieb Uwe Stöhr: Johannes Knaus schrieb: How can I set up my floats to generally respect textwidth and if the content of the float is wider than textwidth it

Re: scrbook and width of float

2009-05-14 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Johannes Knaus schrieb: Oh, of course, here is an example: Tables cannot be broken horizontally when they are too wide, therefore your float is too wide. So you have to assure that the table fits the width. I corrected your example see attached. When you are using figure floats, set the