Re: Part environment subtitle

2009-02-20 Thread Piero Faustini
Waluyo Adi Siswanto was.u...@... writes: Sorry I was using Part* not Part, and adding the command \addcontentsline to control the TOC, as explained before --- was Seems what I want, but I want to find out an easier and cleaner way to do it. thanks anyway: if I won't find it, I'll use

Re: Part environment subtitle

2009-02-20 Thread Piero Faustini
Waluyo Adi Siswanto was.u...@... writes: Sorry I was using Part* not Part, and adding the command \addcontentsline to control the TOC, as explained before --- was Seems what I want, but I want to find out an easier and cleaner way to do it. thanks anyway: if I won't find it, I'll use

Re: Part environment subtitle

2009-02-20 Thread Piero Faustini
Waluyo Adi Siswanto writes: > > Sorry I was using Part* not Part, and adding the command \addcontentsline to > control the TOC, as explained before > --- > was > Seems what I want, but I want to find out an easier and "cleaner" way to do it. thanks anyway: if I won't find it,

Re: Part environment subtitle

2009-02-19 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
I wrote a document in book (KOMA-Script), and I did almost similar to what you want, but I don't know whether it is exactly what you are expected. In Part environment Part I Ctrl+Return Big title Ctrl+Return Smaller subtitle then add LaTeX command ERT (but here I did not put the Part

Re: Part environment subtitle

2009-02-19 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
don't know whether it is exactly what you are expected. In Part environment Part I Ctrl+Return Big title Ctrl+Return Smaller subtitle then add LaTeX command ERT (but here I did not put the Part No) \addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{Big title - Smaller subtitle} --- was On Wed, Feb 11, 2009

Re: Part environment subtitle

2009-02-19 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
I wrote a document in book (KOMA-Script), and I did almost similar to what you want, but I don't know whether it is exactly what you are expected. In Part environment Part I Ctrl+Return Big title Ctrl+Return Smaller subtitle then add LaTeX command ERT (but here I did not put the Part

Re: Part environment subtitle

2009-02-19 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
don't know whether it is exactly what you are expected. In Part environment Part I Ctrl+Return Big title Ctrl+Return Smaller subtitle then add LaTeX command ERT (but here I did not put the Part No) \addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{Big title - Smaller subtitle} --- was On Wed, Feb 11, 2009

Re: Part environment subtitle

2009-02-19 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
I wrote a document in book (KOMA-Script), and I did almost similar to what you want, but I don't know whether it is exactly what you are expected. In Part environment Part I Ctrl+Return Big title Ctrl+Return Smaller subtitle then add LaTeX command ERT (but here I did not put the Part

Re: Part environment subtitle

2009-02-19 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
want, but I don't know whether it is exactly what you are expected. > > In Part environment > > Part I Ctrl+Return > Big title Ctrl+Return > Smaller subtitle > > then add LaTeX command ERT (but here I did not put the Part No) > > \addcontentsline{

Part environment subtitle

2009-02-10 Thread Piero Faustini
Hello. I use koma-book Is there a way to set a subtitle for Part's title in a smaller font in a way that in the TOC then they're displayed in the same font? What I would like is: Part I Big title smaller subtitle and in TOC, I. Big title - smaller subtitle or I. Big title

Part environment subtitle

2009-02-10 Thread Piero Faustini
Hello. I use koma-book Is there a way to set a subtitle for Part's title in a smaller font in a way that in the TOC then they're displayed in the same font? What I would like is: Part I Big title smaller subtitle and in TOC, I. Big title - smaller subtitle or I. Big title

Part environment subtitle

2009-02-10 Thread Piero Faustini
Hello. I use koma-book Is there a way to set a subtitle for Part's title in a smaller font in a way that in the TOC then they're displayed in the same font? What I would like is: Part I Big title smaller subtitle and in TOC, I. Big title - smaller subtitle or I. Big title

Re: Subtitle in Koma-script

2008-07-19 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Guillaume Larocque wrote: Hi, I must be missing something pretty obvious but I can't seem to find how to add a Subtitle to my book(Koma-Script) document. I have found information on the \subtitle command in the Koma-script documentation, but I can't find the equivalent option in the Lyx drop

Re: Subtitle in Koma-script

2008-07-19 Thread rgheck
Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Guillaume Larocque wrote: Hi, I must be missing something pretty obvious but I can't seem to find how to add a Subtitle to my book(Koma-Script) document. I have found information on the \subtitle command in the Koma-script documentation, but I can't find

Re: Subtitle in Koma-script

2008-07-19 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Guillaume Larocque wrote: Hi, I must be missing something pretty obvious but I can't seem to find how to add a Subtitle to my book(Koma-Script) document. I have found information on the \subtitle command in the Koma-script documentation, but I can't find the equivalent option in the Lyx drop

Re: Subtitle in Koma-script

2008-07-19 Thread rgheck
Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Guillaume Larocque wrote: Hi, I must be missing something pretty obvious but I can't seem to find how to add a Subtitle to my book(Koma-Script) document. I have found information on the \subtitle command in the Koma-script documentation, but I can't find

Re: Subtitle in Koma-script

2008-07-19 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Guillaume Larocque wrote: > Hi, I must be missing something pretty obvious but I can't seem to > find how to add a Subtitle to my book(Koma-Script) document. I have > found information on the \subtitle command in the Koma-script > documentation, but I can't find the equivalent optio

Re: Subtitle in Koma-script

2008-07-19 Thread rgheck
Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Guillaume Larocque wrote: Hi, I must be missing something pretty obvious but I can't seem to find how to add a Subtitle to my book(Koma-Script) document. I have found information on the \subtitle command in the Koma-script documentation, but I can't find

Subtitle in Koma-script

2008-07-18 Thread Guillaume Larocque
Hi, I must be missing something pretty obvious but I can't seem to find how to add a Subtitle to my book(Koma-Script) document. I have found information on the \subtitle command in the Koma-script documentation, but I can't find the equivalent option in the Lyx drop-down environment menu. Thanks

Subtitle in Koma-script

2008-07-18 Thread Guillaume Larocque
Hi, I must be missing something pretty obvious but I can't seem to find how to add a Subtitle to my book(Koma-Script) document. I have found information on the \subtitle command in the Koma-script documentation, but I can't find the equivalent option in the Lyx drop-down environment menu. Thanks

Subtitle in Koma-script

2008-07-18 Thread Guillaume Larocque
Hi, I must be missing something pretty obvious but I can't seem to find how to add a Subtitle to my book(Koma-Script) document. I have found information on the \subtitle command in the Koma-script documentation, but I can't find the equivalent option in the Lyx drop-down environment menu. Thanks

Re: Add subtitle to article class

2006-10-13 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Jun == Jun Sun [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Jun I am new to lyx. Jun Our internal report is close to what article class offers. Jun However, we need a subtitle in the middle just following the Jun Title. Jun What are the possible ways to achieve this? Use Ctrl-Return to break the line in Title

Re: Add subtitle to article class

2006-10-13 Thread Jun Sun
On Fri, Oct 13, 2006 at 04:04:44PM +0200, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Jun == Jun Sun [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Jun I am new to lyx. Jun Our internal report is close to what article class offers. Jun However, we need a subtitle in the middle just following the Jun Title. Jun What

Re: Add subtitle to article class

2006-10-13 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Jun == Jun Sun [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Jun I am new to lyx. Jun Our internal report is close to what article class offers. Jun However, we need a subtitle in the middle just following the Jun Title. Jun What are the possible ways to achieve this? Use Ctrl-Return to break the line in Title

Re: Add subtitle to article class

2006-10-13 Thread Jun Sun
On Fri, Oct 13, 2006 at 04:04:44PM +0200, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Jun == Jun Sun [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Jun I am new to lyx. Jun Our internal report is close to what article class offers. Jun However, we need a subtitle in the middle just following the Jun Title. Jun What

Re: Add subtitle to article class

2006-10-13 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
>>>>> "Jun" == Jun Sun <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: Jun> I am new to lyx. Jun> Our internal report is close to what article class offers. Jun> However, we need a subtitle in the middle just following the Jun> Title. Jun> What are the possible w

Re: Add subtitle to article class

2006-10-13 Thread Jun Sun
On Fri, Oct 13, 2006 at 04:04:44PM +0200, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: > >>>>> "Jun" == Jun Sun <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > > Jun> I am new to lyx. > > Jun> Our internal report is close to what article class offers. > Jun> However,

Add subtitle to article class

2006-10-12 Thread Jun Sun
I am new to lyx. Our internal report is close to what article class offers. However, we need a subtitle in the middle just following the Title. What are the possible ways to achieve this? Thanks. Jun

Add subtitle to article class

2006-10-12 Thread Jun Sun
I am new to lyx. Our internal report is close to what article class offers. However, we need a subtitle in the middle just following the Title. What are the possible ways to achieve this? Thanks. Jun

Add subtitle to article class

2006-10-12 Thread Jun Sun
I am new to lyx. Our internal report is close to what article class offers. However, we need a subtitle in the middle just following the Title. What are the possible ways to achieve this? Thanks. Jun

Re: subtitle for book?

2005-11-19 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Freitag, 18. November 2005 18:50 schrieb Jeremy C. Reed: I see that some layouts like beamer, paper, and others have a subtitle. Is there any subtitle layout for a book? My workaround is to use author or date or use a CTRL-Enter to add to a Author layout. Will this cause problems

Re: subtitle for book?

2005-11-19 Thread Jeremy C. Reed
On Sat, 19 Nov 2005, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: What do you use for a subtitle for a book? komascript book Thanks for the info. I have scrbook (koma-script) from teTeX-texmf-3.0, but don't see it. I did try Titlehead and Extratitle. What layouts do you use? Any example? And pointers

Re: subtitle for book?

2005-11-19 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Samstag, 19. November 2005 10:00 schrieb Jeremy C. Reed: On Sat, 19 Nov 2005, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: What do you use for a subtitle for a book? komascript book Thanks for the info. I have scrbook (koma-script) from teTeX-texmf-3.0, but don't see it. I did try Titlehead

Re: subtitle for book?

2005-11-19 Thread Jeremy C. Reed
On Sat, 19 Nov 2005, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: On Sat, 19 Nov 2005, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: What do you use for a subtitle for a book? komascript book Thanks for the info. I have scrbook (koma-script) from teTeX-texmf-3.0, but don't see it. I did try Titlehead and Extratitle

Re: subtitle for book?

2005-11-19 Thread Rich Shepard
On Sat, 19 Nov 2005, Jeremy C. Reed wrote: It uses same font size though which I also don't want. Jeremy, Highlight the sub-title using the pointy device or the arrow keys, then select Layout-Character and make the font size small, smaller, or smallest. This is what I do on my beamer

Re: subtitle for book?

2005-11-19 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Freitag, 18. November 2005 18:50 schrieb Jeremy C. Reed: I see that some layouts like beamer, paper, and others have a subtitle. Is there any subtitle layout for a book? My workaround is to use author or date or use a CTRL-Enter to add to a Author layout. Will this cause problems

Re: subtitle for book?

2005-11-19 Thread Jeremy C. Reed
On Sat, 19 Nov 2005, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: What do you use for a subtitle for a book? komascript book Thanks for the info. I have scrbook (koma-script) from teTeX-texmf-3.0, but don't see it. I did try Titlehead and Extratitle. What layouts do you use? Any example? And pointers

Re: subtitle for book?

2005-11-19 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Samstag, 19. November 2005 10:00 schrieb Jeremy C. Reed: On Sat, 19 Nov 2005, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: What do you use for a subtitle for a book? komascript book Thanks for the info. I have scrbook (koma-script) from teTeX-texmf-3.0, but don't see it. I did try Titlehead

Re: subtitle for book?

2005-11-19 Thread Jeremy C. Reed
On Sat, 19 Nov 2005, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: On Sat, 19 Nov 2005, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: What do you use for a subtitle for a book? komascript book Thanks for the info. I have scrbook (koma-script) from teTeX-texmf-3.0, but don't see it. I did try Titlehead and Extratitle

Re: subtitle for book?

2005-11-19 Thread Rich Shepard
On Sat, 19 Nov 2005, Jeremy C. Reed wrote: It uses same font size though which I also don't want. Jeremy, Highlight the sub-title using the pointy device or the arrow keys, then select Layout-Character and make the font size small, smaller, or smallest. This is what I do on my beamer

Re: subtitle for book?

2005-11-19 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Freitag, 18. November 2005 18:50 schrieb Jeremy C. Reed: > I see that some layouts like beamer, paper, and others have a "subtitle". > > Is there any subtitle layout for a book? > > My workaround is to use author or date or use a CTRL-Enter to add to a > Author layo

Re: subtitle for book?

2005-11-19 Thread Jeremy C. Reed
On Sat, 19 Nov 2005, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: What do you use for a subtitle for a book? komascript book Thanks for the info. I have scrbook (koma-script) from teTeX-texmf-3.0, but don't see it. I did try Titlehead and Extratitle. What layouts do you use? Any example? And pointers

Re: subtitle for book?

2005-11-19 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Samstag, 19. November 2005 10:00 schrieb Jeremy C. Reed: > On Sat, 19 Nov 2005, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: > >> What do you use for a subtitle for a book? > > > > komascript book > > Thanks for the info. > > I have scrbook (koma-script) from teTeX-texm

Re: subtitle for book?

2005-11-19 Thread Jeremy C. Reed
On Sat, 19 Nov 2005, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: On Sat, 19 Nov 2005, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote: What do you use for a subtitle for a book? komascript book Thanks for the info. I have scrbook (koma-script) from teTeX-texmf-3.0, but don't see it. I did try Titlehead and Extratitle

Re: subtitle for book?

2005-11-19 Thread Rich Shepard
On Sat, 19 Nov 2005, Jeremy C. Reed wrote: It uses same font size though which I also don't want. Jeremy, Highlight the sub-title using the pointy device or the arrow keys, then select Layout->Character and make the font size small, smaller, or smallest. This is what I do on my beamer

subtitle for book?

2005-11-18 Thread Jeremy C. Reed
I see that some layouts like beamer, paper, and others have a subtitle. Is there any subtitle layout for a book? My workaround is to use author or date or use a CTRL-Enter to add to a Author layout. Will this cause problems? If not, I get: Error in latexParagraphs: You should not mix

subtitle for book?

2005-11-18 Thread Jeremy C. Reed
I see that some layouts like beamer, paper, and others have a subtitle. Is there any subtitle layout for a book? My workaround is to use author or date or use a CTRL-Enter to add to a Author layout. Will this cause problems? If not, I get: Error in latexParagraphs: You should not mix

subtitle for book?

2005-11-18 Thread Jeremy C. Reed
I see that some layouts like beamer, paper, and others have a "subtitle". Is there any subtitle layout for a book? My workaround is to use author or date or use a CTRL-Enter to add to a Author layout. Will this cause problems? If not, I get: Error in latexParagraphs: You shou

Re: Subtitle Numbering Scheme

2003-12-15 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Sat, Dec 13, 2003 at 04:03:22PM -0800, Matthew Redekopp wrote: I've a question regarding the numbering scheme provided by Section/Subsection/etc: DVI prints the numbers 0.1.2, 0.2.2, etc, that is, with a zero first. Is there any means of getting rid of the zero? Also, I notice that

Re: Subtitle Numbering Scheme

2003-12-15 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Sat, Dec 13, 2003 at 04:03:22PM -0800, Matthew Redekopp wrote: I've a question regarding the numbering scheme provided by Section/Subsection/etc: DVI prints the numbers 0.1.2, 0.2.2, etc, that is, with a zero first. Is there any means of getting rid of the zero? Also, I notice that

Re: Subtitle Numbering Scheme

2003-12-15 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Sat, Dec 13, 2003 at 04:03:22PM -0800, Matthew Redekopp wrote: > I've a question regarding the numbering scheme provided by > Section/Subsection/etc: DVI prints the numbers 0.1.2, 0.2.2, etc, that is, > with a zero first. Is there any means of getting rid of the zero? > > > > Also, I notice

Subtitle Numbering Scheme

2003-12-13 Thread Matthew Redekopp
I've a question regarding the numbering scheme provided by Section/Subsection/etc: DVI prints the numbers 0.1.2, 0.2.2, etc, that is, with a zero first. Is there any means of getting rid of the zero? Also, I notice that the report document layout-type publishes the Table of Contents and the

Subtitle Numbering Scheme

2003-12-13 Thread Matthew Redekopp
I've a question regarding the numbering scheme provided by Section/Subsection/etc: DVI prints the numbers 0.1.2, 0.2.2, etc, that is, with a zero first. Is there any means of getting rid of the zero? Also, I notice that the report document layout-type publishes the Table of Contents and the

Subtitle Numbering Scheme

2003-12-13 Thread Matthew Redekopp
I've a question regarding the numbering scheme provided by Section/Subsection/etc: DVI prints the numbers 0.1.2, 0.2.2, etc, that is, with a zero first.  Is there any means of getting rid of the zero?   Also, I notice that the report document layout-type publishes the Table of Contents and

Re: Re: Subtitle

2002-05-16 Thread Guenter Milde
On Wed, 15 May 2002 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How can I have a subtitle in the article class. When I have two titles, only one gets printed. One more misuse method would be to use the date field for the subtitle (at least if you don't want/need the date centered and big. Günter -- [EMAIL

Re: Re: Subtitle

2002-05-16 Thread Guenter Milde
On Wed, 15 May 2002 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How can I have a subtitle in the article class. When I have two titles, only one gets printed. One more misuse method would be to use the date field for the subtitle (at least if you don't want/need the date centered and big. Günter -- [EMAIL

Re: Re: Subtitle

2002-05-16 Thread Guenter Milde
On Wed, 15 May 2002 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > How can I have a subtitle in the article class. When I have two titles, only > one gets printed. One more "misuse" method would be to use the date field for the subtitle (at least if you don't want/need the date centered and big. G

Subtitle

2002-05-14 Thread Peter Prevos
How can I have a subtitle in the article class. When I have two titles, only one gets printed. Peter Prevos

Re: Subtitle

2002-05-14 Thread Matej Cepl
On 15 May, Peter Prevos wrote: How can I have a subtitle in the article class. When I have two titles, only one gets printed. Either use different class (one of many advantages of koma-script classes is that it has both Subject and Subtitle paragraph styles) or brutal solution is to put

Subtitle

2002-05-14 Thread Peter Prevos
How can I have a subtitle in the article class. When I have two titles, only one gets printed. Peter Prevos

Re: Subtitle

2002-05-14 Thread Matej Cepl
On 15 May, Peter Prevos wrote: How can I have a subtitle in the article class. When I have two titles, only one gets printed. Either use different class (one of many advantages of koma-script classes is that it has both Subject and Subtitle paragraph styles) or brutal solution is to put

Subtitle

2002-05-14 Thread Peter Prevos
How can I have a subtitle in the article class. When I have two titles, only one gets printed. Peter Prevos

Re: Subtitle

2002-05-14 Thread Matej Cepl
On 15 May, Peter Prevos wrote: > How can I have a subtitle in the article class. When I have two > titles, only one gets printed. Either use different class (one of many advantages of koma-script classes is that it has both Subject and Subtitle paragraph styles) or brutal solution is

Re: subtitle?

1999-08-24 Thread Herbert
Tony Dancer wrote: I have a paper with a short title and a subtitle, but there is no defined style for 'subtitle'. Can someone point me in the direction for defining one (I am using AMS Article). As with my previous query, would some preabmle do the job? try Ctrl-Enter at the end of your

Re: subtitle?

1999-08-24 Thread Herbert
Tony Dancer wrote: I have a paper with a short title and a subtitle, but there is no defined style for 'subtitle'. Can someone point me in the direction for defining one (I am using AMS Article). As with my previous query, would some preabmle do the job? try Ctrl-Enter at the end of your

Re: subtitle?

1999-08-24 Thread Herbert
Tony Dancer wrote: > > I have a paper with a short title and a subtitle, but there is no > defined style for 'subtitle'. Can someone point me in the direction for > defining one (I am using AMS Article). As with my previous query, would > some preabmle do the job? try Ctrl-E

subtitle?

1999-08-23 Thread Tony Dancer
I have a paper with a short title and a subtitle, but there is no defined style for 'subtitle'. Can someone point me in the direction for defining one (I am using AMS Article). As with my previous query, would some preabmle do the job? Thanks Tony

subtitle?

1999-08-23 Thread Tony Dancer
I have a paper with a short title and a subtitle, but there is no defined style for 'subtitle'. Can someone point me in the direction for defining one (I am using AMS Article). As with my previous query, would some preabmle do the job? Thanks Tony

subtitle?

1999-08-23 Thread Tony Dancer
I have a paper with a short title and a subtitle, but there is no defined style for 'subtitle'. Can someone point me in the direction for defining one (I am using AMS Article). As with my previous query, would some preabmle do the job? Thanks Tony