Re: Contents of Preamble...EndPreamble in Layout not being output to tex file

2008-03-31 Thread Geevarghese Philip
rgheck wrote: This works as intended for the dvi/ps/pdf versions. I guess I am being greedy, but if only I could make LyX display the theorems with a sequential numbering, instead of prepending the subsection number to the theorem Try the attached. You'll get a warning about counter

Re: Contents of Preamble...EndPreamble in Layout not being output to tex file

2008-03-31 Thread Geevarghese Philip
Geevarghese Philip wrote: rgheck wrote: ... Try the attached. You'll get a warning about counter redefinition, but it works. Thanks, but it works and it doesn't snip I made a small change to the layout file you sent, and it works wonderfully now. Except that I somehow have a feeling that

Re: New LyX website

2008-03-31 Thread Urtzi Jauregi
On Monday 31 March 2008 02:07:40 Rex C. Eastbourne wrote: Hello all, For those who haven't seen it, the new LyX website is now at: http://www.lyx.org/test/index.php/Main/HomePage I like it very much! May I suggest that you include the Recent LyX News section right before

Re: New LyX website

2008-03-31 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Rex C. Eastbourne [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Glad you like it Rich! Christian, Joost, Jean-Marc, Pavel, and others were all instrumental in putting this all together. I do not think I deserve any credit here... BTW, is it possible to hide index.php/Main from the URLs? It is pretty ugly. JMarc

LyX 1.5.3 issue : article.layout not usable

2008-03-31 Thread Geevarghese Philip
Hi, I got LyX 1.5.3 installed today from the deb package at http://lyx.cybermirror.org/bin/1.5.3/lyx_1.5.3-1_i386_etch.deb . When I start up LyX and try to open any article (even the one at Help - Latex Configuration) I get the error message The layout file requested by this document,

Re: Creating a Document Programmatically

2008-03-31 Thread G. Milde
On 25.03.08, Rich Shepard wrote: Many moons ago I asked for opinions on using LaTeX as a report tool for a python application (a mathematical model, to be more precise) ... Has anyone done this? You might have a look, if pyreport is what you want:

Hyphenation and page breaks

2008-03-31 Thread Anthony Campbell
I think this may be more a latex question, but just in case ... I want to avoid hyphenation breaks at the end of pages. Is there any way to do this automatically or do I just have to go through the book fixing them manually? Anthony -- Anthony Campbell - [EMAIL PROTECTED] Microsoft-free zone

Re: LyX 1.5.3 issue : article.layout not usable

2008-03-31 Thread Sven Hoexter
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 02:25:08PM +0530, Geevarghese Philip wrote: Hi, I got LyX 1.5.3 installed today from the deb package at http://lyx.cybermirror.org/bin/1.5.3/lyx_1.5.3-1_i386_etch.deb . When I start up LyX and try to open any article (even the one at Help - Latex

Re: New LyX website

2008-03-31 Thread ernesto
Rex C. Eastbourne wrote: Hello all, For those who haven't seen it, the new LyX website is now at: http://www.lyx.org/test/index.php/Main/HomePage We're still doing some design work, but the basics are in place. What do you all think? Rex Hi, It looks very good. Simple and informative.

Re: LyX 1.5.3 issue : article.layout not usable

2008-03-31 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Sven Hoexter [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: BTW: Yes there is some sarcasm spread in this mail. Should we remove this .deb from our ftp site? The site above is just a mirror. JMarc

Re: New LyX website

2008-03-31 Thread Konrad Blum
On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, ernesto wrote: Rex C. Eastbourne wrote: Hello all, For those who haven't seen it, the new LyX website is now at: http://www.lyx.org/test/index.php/Main/HomePage We're still doing some design work, but the basics are in place. What do you all think? Rex

Re: LyX 1.5.3 issue : article.layout not usable

2008-03-31 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Should we remove this .deb from our ftp site? The site above is just a mirror. Probably yes. Jürgen

Re: LyX 1.5.3 issue : article.layout not usable

2008-03-31 Thread Sven Hoexter
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 11:46:33AM +0200, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Sven Hoexter [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: BTW: Yes there is some sarcasm spread in this mail. Should we remove this .deb from our ftp site? The site above is just a mirror. In my opinion it's a bad idea to distribute the

Re: LyX logo

2008-03-31 Thread G. Milde
On 25.03.08, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: About the logo, her reaction to the current logo were along the following lines (I have to translate): * toys, playground, childish For me, this are co-notations of * funny which in my view conveys a basic aspect of LyX + It is fun to use:

Re: New LyX website

2008-03-31 Thread Pavel Sanda
Achieve effortless superiority in document production! Without learning any special language or code, just type your content into a Graphic front end and the superb TeX typesetting system will give you a bit like a spam ;) pavel

Re: LyX 1.5.3 issue : article.layout not usable

2008-03-31 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Sven Hoexter [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: What's missing is a policy with standards a contributed package has to fulfill to be accepted. I would start with the inclusion of a proper[1] source package so that there is a chance to spot problems and maybe resolve them. If we know that new versions

Re: WRB - Observations

2008-03-31 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Joost Verburg wrote: Paul A. Rubin wrote: I don't think so. Contrast the behavior of the Insert - Graphics dialog with the File - Open dialog. With both dialogs I get exactly the same behavior (the .lnk file is opened). File - Open hides shortcuts by default because it's looking for .lyx

Re: LyX 1.5.3 issue : article.layout not usable

2008-03-31 Thread Sven Hoexter
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 02:31:04PM +0200, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Sven Hoexter [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: What's missing is a policy with standards a contributed package has to fulfill to be accepted. I would start with the inclusion of a proper[1] source package so that there is a

Re: LyX 1.5.3 issue : article.layout not usable

2008-03-31 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Sven Hoexter [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The reason why people keep searching for packages from other sources are the stable releases where only security and other serious fixes will be integrated. Part of the solution is backports.org which is run by DDs with a buildd network for all major

Re: LyX logo

2008-03-31 Thread christian . ridderstrom
On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, G. Milde wrote: About the logo, her reaction to the current logo were along the following lines (I have to translate): * toys, playground, childish For me, this are co-notations of * funny snip * home made The problem I see with these associations is getting an

Re: New LyX website

2008-03-31 Thread Steve Litt
On Sunday 30 March 2008 20:07, Rex C. Eastbourne wrote: Hello all, For those who haven't seen it, the new LyX website is now at: http://www.lyx.org/test/index.php/Main/HomePage We're still doing some design work, but the basics are in place. What do you all think? Rex Hi Rex, I really

Re: LyX logo

2008-03-31 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The problem I see with these associations is getting an acceptance at for work these applications. If the boss thinks it's not serious, he might object to the application being used for company documents... We do not want to look funny on purpose, but the logo should

Re: LyX logo

2008-03-31 Thread Paul A. Rubin
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The problem I see with these associations is getting an acceptance at for work these applications. If the boss thinks it's not serious, he might object to the application being used for company documents... Maybe we need a separate logotype for bosses... :-)

Re: Bibtex bibliography

2008-03-31 Thread Bob Lounsbury
On Sun, Mar 30, 2008 at 6:20 PM, Jean-Michel Bouffard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I am currently writing my Master thesis with Lyx. I have a simple problem with Lyx and my bibliography. I inserted a Bibtex bibliography in my document and it automatically creates a header with the title

Re: New LyX website

2008-03-31 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Rex C. Eastbourne wrote: Hello all, For those who haven't seen it, the new LyX website is now at: http://www.lyx.org/test/index.php/Main/HomePage We're still doing some design work, but the basics are in place. What do you all think? Rex Looks very nice. I have a few minor suggestions,

Re: New LyX website

2008-03-31 Thread Pavel Sanda
2. I suggest a direct link to the visual tour, or at least the screenshots, in the left margin. When I'm shopping for software, that's usually one of the first things I seek out, and I'll sometimes not bother poking around a site if I can't see screenshots early on. good point, i usually

Templates for the new website

2008-03-31 Thread Rex C. Eastbourne
Thanks for the feedback on the site, everyone! Here are some templates our designer Andrei picked out as possibilities for the new website. What do you guys like most out of these (and the current one on the site)? Bright Pixel: http://www.oswd.org/design/preview/id/3021 Black Box:

Re: Bibtex bibliography

2008-03-31 Thread Dominik Waßenhoven
Bob Lounsbury schrieb: On Sun, Mar 30, 2008 at 6:20 PM, Jean-Michel Bouffard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am currently writing my Master thesis with Lyx. I have a simple problem with Lyx and my bibliography. I inserted a Bibtex bibliography in my document and it automatically creates a

Re: Visual Tour (Was: New LyX website)

2008-03-31 Thread Rex C. Eastbourne
Paul A. Rubin wrote: Looks very nice. I have a few minor suggestions, mostly pertaining to the home page: 1. I would include the word license in the link to the license. Currently only Free Software / Open Source is highlighted, so it's slightly unclear whether this is a link to the actual

Re: Bibtex bibliography

2008-03-31 Thread Bob Lounsbury
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 9:20 AM, Dominik Waßenhoven [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Bob Lounsbury schrieb: On Sun, Mar 30, 2008 at 6:20 PM, Jean-Michel Bouffard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am currently writing my Master thesis with Lyx. I have a simple problem with Lyx and my

Re: New LyX website

2008-03-31 Thread Pavel Sanda
I really like the structure and the cleanliness. It's very usable and navigable. I'd change the home page text slightly, getting rid of the (IMHO) meaningless term WYSIWYM. For instance, I'd change the first paragraph to: this paragraph was changed by me, sorry Steve... i've post my reply

Booklet headings

2008-03-31 Thread Grahame Blackwood
Hi All I printed a little booklet of reports this year in a5 style and using the booklet package. I set the font at size 12 but when I printed the booklet the font size shrank to the point where some readers would need a magnifying glass to read it. So I put an ERT \begin{large} in at the

Re: Templates for the new website

2008-03-31 Thread John Coppens
On Mon, 31 Mar 2008 11:19:53 -0400 Rex C. Eastbourne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Here are some templates our designer Andrei picked out as possibilities for the new website. What do you guys like most out of these (and the current one on the site)? I like the third option - it's very clean,

Re: Templates for the new website

2008-03-31 Thread Rich Shepard
On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, Rex C. Eastbourne wrote: Bright Pixel: http://www.oswd.org/design/preview/id/3021 Rex, Very difficult to read because there's not sufficient contrast between the background and the text. It may be OK for 20-something-year-old eyes, but not for us old curmudgeons. This

Re: Booklet headings

2008-03-31 Thread Rich Shepard
On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, Grahame Blackwood wrote: Is there anyway to do this properly so that standard text and section/subsections are increased in size proportionally? Documents - Settings - Fonts Rich -- Richard B. Shepard, Ph.D. | IntegrityCredibility Applied

Re: Bibtex bibliography

2008-03-31 Thread Dominik Waßenhoven
Bob Lounsbury schrieb: On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 9:20 AM, Dominik Waßenhoven [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Bob Lounsbury schrieb: I needed the same thing for my thesis and I used (this works for any class; article, book, etc.): \renewcommand\bibname{References} No, that's not true, the

Re: Visual Tour (Was: New LyX website)

2008-03-31 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Rex C. Eastbourne wrote: 2. I suggest a direct link to the visual tour, or at least the screenshots, in the left margin. When I'm shopping for software, that's usually one of the first things I seek out, and I'll sometimes not bother poking around a site if I can't see screenshots early on.

Re: Templates for the new website

2008-03-31 Thread curtis osterhoudt
I like all of the page templates. My *least* favorite is Black Box, because the text seems hard to read (gray on a black background?) and I keep peering at the page to see if there are images hidden in the background. http://www.lyx.org/test/index.php/Main/HomePage is really quite attractive

Re: Bibtex bibliography

2008-03-31 Thread Bob Lounsbury
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 10:10 AM, Dominik Waßenhoven [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well, it's no technical issue. It just doesn't work the way you described it, and I don't know how you made it work, but surely not that way. As stated in my first post, Just put this in ERT somewhere before your

Re: Visual Tour (Was: New LyX website)

2008-03-31 Thread Dominik Waßenhoven
Paul A. Rubin schrieb: Rex C. Eastbourne wrote: [...] What do you suggest for the visual tour aspect? Just to sum up, currently there is a link on the sidebar that says Visual Tour. [...] I think the current setup is fine. At the risk of redundancy, it might be worth including a

Re: Bibtex bibliography

2008-03-31 Thread Dominik Waßenhoven
Bob Lounsbury schrieb: On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 10:10 AM, Dominik Waßenhoven [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well, it's no technical issue. It just doesn't work the way you described it, and I don't know how you made it work, but surely not that way. As stated in my first post, Just put

Re: Templates for the new website

2008-03-31 Thread John Coppens
On Mon, 31 Mar 2008 13:00:15 -0300 John Coppens [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Now, why do web-designers insist on wanting my browser to show text smaller than the one I configured? Most, if not all of these templates find it necessary to define the body text as 65-80% of the defined font size (in

Re: question about lyx

2008-03-31 Thread Richard Heck
Scott White wrote: 2) the first line after a section, subsection, subsubsection begins at the left margin, but the other paragraphs under it are indented ie Section Name first paragraph second paragraph third paragraph This is normal English typesetting style. If you want no

Re: Contents of Preamble...EndPreamble in Layout not being output to tex file

2008-03-31 Thread Richard Heck
Geevarghese Philip wrote: rgheck wrote: This works as intended for the dvi/ps/pdf versions. I guess I am being greedy, but if only I could make LyX display the theorems with a sequential numbering, instead of prepending the subsection number to the theorem Try the attached. You'll get a

Re: Contents of Preamble...EndPreamble in Layout not being output to tex file

2008-03-31 Thread Richard Heck
Geevarghese Philip wrote: Geevarghese Philip wrote: rgheck wrote: ... Try the attached. You'll get a warning about counter redefinition, but it works. Thanks, but it works and it doesn't snip I made a small change to the layout file you sent, and it works wonderfully now. Except that I

Re: Bibtex bibliography

2008-03-31 Thread Bob Lounsbury
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 10:31 AM, Dominik Waßenhoven [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sorry, I didn't read thoroughly enough. But still, your suggested '\renewcommand\bibname{References}' will not work with an article class.[1] See the new example I attached. You're right. This must have been left

Removal from mailing list

2008-03-31 Thread Nicholas Shaw
Good afternoon, Could the moderator of your group please remove any email addresses ending @kellyservices.co.uk from this mailing list. Your email exchanges about Lyx, while informative, are clogging up our inboxes. Many thanks. Regards, Nicholas Shaw MOJ Consultant Kelly Services (UK) Ltd

Re: Bibtex bibliography

2008-03-31 Thread Dominik Waßenhoven
Bob Lounsbury schrieb: However, changing it to: \renewcommand\refname{Test} works for article classes. And \renewcommand\bibname{Test} works for report and book classes. Which is what I think you were trying to point out in the first place :-}. Exactly. Thanks for the

Re: custom document language

2008-03-31 Thread Luis Rivera
Uwe Stöhr [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Luis Rivera schrieb: Hñat-ho. I might need some other native languages from Mexico (Nahuatl, Cora, Huichol, Purepecha and Tarahumara are up in my to-do list as well). LaTeX doesn't have a package that supports these languages. What you need is a

Re: WRB - Observations

2008-03-31 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Sun, Mar 30, 2008 at 11:57:47PM +0200, Joost Verburg wrote: Rich Shepard wrote: However, if you want to use open source applications built to open standards, then understand that almost all of these were originally build for linux or one of the *BSDs, those are the platforms the

Re: LyX 1.5.3 issue : article.layout not usable

2008-03-31 Thread Sven Hoexter
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 03:48:05PM +0200, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Hi, Where are those fine packages? I am a bit lost among various linux packages we provide... The packages are here: http://download.tuxfamily.org/emiscabpo/lyx15-bpo/ On http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LyXOnDebian you'll find a

Re: Bibtex bibliography

2008-03-31 Thread David Hewitt
In a Koma-Script report, adding these two lines in ERT just before the Bibliography widget works for me. It also adds the References page number to the Table of Contents at the Section size and indentation level. The first line is slightly different from what Rich suggested, and I did not test

Re: New LyX website

2008-03-31 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Sun, Mar 30, 2008 at 08:07:40PM -0400, Rex C. Eastbourne wrote: Hello all, For those who haven't seen it, the new LyX website is now at: http://www.lyx.org/test/index.php/Main/HomePage We're still doing some design work, but the basics are in place. What do you all think? Looks good.

Re: New LyX website

2008-03-31 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 02:33:01AM +0200, Pavel Sanda wrote: I like it much more than our current webpage. But there are some bugs: This page http://www.lyx.org/test/index.php/Main/Translation btw i think the listing of translated things is very outdated. either update or delete it?

Re: Templates for the new website

2008-03-31 Thread Rex C. Eastbourne
Thanks for your input, everyone. On second thought, it might be best to just stick with the template we have now, since Joost and Christian have put a lot of work into getting it to work right. I think the current template looks really good. Rex

Re: New LyX website

2008-03-31 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 07:45:45AM +0200, Rudi van der Linde wrote: John wrote: snip For the TeX (or LaTeX) expert you can still indulge your love of (or need for) the arcana of the TeX language and LaTeX macros for special effects and tinkering via LyX's Evil Red TeX (ERT) dialogue

Re: Bibtex bibliography

2008-03-31 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Dominik Waßenhoven schrieb: Sorry, I didn't read thoroughly enough. But still, your suggested '\renewcommand\bibname{References}' will not work with an article class.[1] See the new example I attached. I don't understand this discussion. My post explains how this can be done. You solution

Re: Visual Tour (Was: New LyX website)

2008-03-31 Thread Michael Thompson
Man, the website is amazing! I just wish the cool playground block letters of the old website could replace this incoherent three lets-have-fun-colors + Times Roman silliness. On the question of screenshots, a) it bugs me that the illustrations are all in a serif font, which should never

Re: LyX logo

2008-03-31 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 04:42:18PM +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, G. Milde wrote: About the logo, her reaction to the current logo were along the following lines (I have to translate): * toys, playground, childish For me, this are co-notations of * funny snip

Re: New LyX website

2008-03-31 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Sun, Mar 30, 2008 at 08:07:40PM -0400, Rex C. Eastbourne wrote: Hello all, For those who haven't seen it, the new LyX website is now at: http://www.lyx.org/test/index.php/Main/HomePage We're still doing some design work, but the basics are in place. What do you all think? Konni likes

Re: Templates for the new website

2008-03-31 Thread Rich Shepard
On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, Rex C. Eastbourne wrote: Thanks for your input, everyone. On second thought, it might be best to just stick with the template we have now, since Joost and Christian have put a lot of work into getting it to work right. I think the current template looks really good. Rex,

Re: Bibtex bibliography

2008-03-31 Thread Bob Lounsbury
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 11:52 AM, Uwe Stöhr [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dominik Waßenhoven schrieb: Sorry, I didn't read thoroughly enough. But still, your suggested '\renewcommand\bibname{References}' will not work with an article class.[1] See the new example I attached. I don't

Re: LyX logo

2008-03-31 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 11:02:41AM -0400, Paul A. Rubin wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The problem I see with these associations is getting an acceptance at for work these applications. If the boss thinks it's not serious, he might object to the application being used for company

Re: Bibtex bibliography

2008-03-31 Thread Julio Rojas
Bob, Babel matters because the person asking the question seems to be french. Or at least he speaks french. You cannot hope everybody writes in english. Dominik solution is for a general case, while yours only work for the specific case the document is in english. On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 1:35 PM,

Re: LyX logo

2008-03-31 Thread Rich Shepard
On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, Andre Poenitz wrote: Here's a thought that would simultaneously emphasize that this is a word processing application, an alternative to MS Word, Well, honestly, it isn't. I'm sorry, but I feel compelled to offer Andre' et al. an unsolicited supporting opinion on this

Re: Removal from mailing list

2008-03-31 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 05:41:00PM +0100, Nicholas Shaw wrote: Good afternoon, Good afternoon, Nicholas. [...] CONFIDENTIAL The information contained in this email and any attachment is confidential. It is intended only for the named addressee(s). If you are not the named addressee(s)

Re: Bibtex bibliography

2008-03-31 Thread Bob Lounsbury
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 12:21 PM, Julio Rojas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Bob, Babel matters because the person asking the question seems to be french. Or at least he speaks french. -- - Julio Rojas [EMAIL PROTECTED] Good to know. Thanks.

Re: Booklet headings

2008-03-31 Thread Grahame Blackwood
On Monday 31 March 2008 17:05:21 Rich Shepard wrote: On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, Grahame Blackwood wrote: Is there anyway to do this properly so that standard text and section/subsections are increased in size proportionally?    Documents - Settings - Fonts Hi Rich Thanks very much for the

Re: Hyphenation and page breaks

2008-03-31 Thread Filippo Zangheri
Filippo Zangheri ha scritto: Anthony Campbell ha scritto: I think this may be more a latex question, but just in case ... I want to avoid hyphenation breaks at the end of pages. Is there any way to do this automatically or do I just have to go through the book fixing them manually?

Re: Templates for the new website

2008-03-31 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Rich Shepard wrote: Bright Pixel: http://www.oswd.org/design/preview/id/3021 Very difficult to read because there's not sufficient contrast between the background and the text. It may be OK for 20-something-year-old eyes, but not for us old curmudgeons. It's also hard for us old

Problems with list digest mode missing whole threads?

2008-03-31 Thread B. Bogart
Hello all, I seem to be receiving the digest version of the list with messages missing. I sent a message on (dates according to the archive) Fri, 28 Mar 2008 11:13:17 -0700. I got Ryan's reply (cc'ed to the list) on Fri, 28 Mar 2008 11:48:58 -0700. That is the only reply I received, I've

RE: WRB - Observations

2008-03-31 Thread William R. Buckley
Rich Shepard wrote: However, if you want to use open source applications built to open standards, then understand that almost all of these were originally build for linux or one of the *BSDs, those are the platforms the developers use, and making them available to the Windows

Re: Templates for the new website

2008-03-31 Thread christian . ridderstrom
On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, Rich Shepard wrote: On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, Rex C. Eastbourne wrote: Thanks for your input, everyone. On second thought, it might be best to just stick with the template we have now, since Joost and Christian have put a lot of work into getting it to work right. I think

Re: Hyphenation and page breaks

2008-03-31 Thread Filippo Zangheri
Anthony Campbell ha scritto: I think this may be more a latex question, but just in case ... I want to avoid hyphenation breaks at the end of pages. Is there any way to do this automatically or do I just have to go through the book fixing them manually? Anthony Hi Anthony, you can put

Re: WRB - Observations

2008-03-31 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 01:18:00PM -0700, William R. Buckley wrote: LyX supports Windows, Linux/Unix and Mac OS X and it should work fine on all these platforms. There is no reason why one of these platform should get more support than others. There surely is. There is no particular

Re: Visual Tour (Was: New LyX website)

2008-03-31 Thread Pavel Sanda
On the question of screenshots, a) it bugs me that the illustrations are all in a serif font, which should never be used on a screen, unless it's maybe old courier. Michael, feel free to re-create pictures in screenshot section and/or graphical tour. the screenshots you sent are fine,

Re: Removal from mailing list

2008-03-31 Thread christian . ridderstrom
@kellyservices.co.uk from this mailing list. Your email exchanges about Lyx, while informative, are clogging up our inboxes. Greetings Nicholas, CONFIDENTIAL The information contained in this email and any attachment is confidential. It is intended only for the named addressee(s). If you are

Re: Templates for the new website

2008-03-31 Thread Pavel Sanda
About skins, I'd love a new skin for wiki.lyx.org (hint, hint), but please note that it should _not_ be the same as for www.lyx.org. (See discussion on the devel list). please at least for the wiki part use template which use full screen width. pavel

Re: Templates for the new website

2008-03-31 Thread Joost Verburg
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: PS. Seriously, I would like to try and install Andrei's work. Andrei, you can contact me off-list so we can work out details. These are just a few example of open-source templates, it's not new work. For the new official website it's we'll continue improving the

Re: Templates for the new website

2008-03-31 Thread Joost Verburg
Pavel Sanda wrote: About skins, I'd love a new skin for wiki.lyx.org (hint, hint), but please note that it should _not_ be the same as for www.lyx.org. (See discussion on the devel list). please at least for the wiki part use template which use full screen width. I agree. Because of the

Re: question about lyx

2008-03-31 Thread Michael Wojcik
Scott White wrote: Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2008 21:38:22 -0400 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Scott White wrote: 1) everything is justified. How can I change it to left alignment? Note that LaTeX microspaces, etc, so this looks proper. If you're going to convert to HTML, it probably doesn't matter,

Re: WRB - Observations

2008-03-31 Thread Michael Wojcik
rgheck wrote: Michael Wojcik wrote: I don't think this is a bug in Qt, though arguably it's a missing feature. Shortcuts are not first-class filesystem objects in Windows. They're files that are treated in a special manner by Windows Explorer. LyX uses Qt for its file dialogs, etc, so if

Re: Templates for the new website

2008-03-31 Thread christian . ridderstrom
On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, Joost Verburg wrote: PS. Seriously, I would like to try and install Andrei's work. Andrei, you can contact me off-list so we can work out details. These are just a few example of open-source templates, it's not new work. I know. I mean that if Andrei wants to create

Re: question about lyx

2008-03-31 Thread Rich Shepard
On Mon, 31 Mar 2008, Michael Wojcik wrote: It's an attribute, not a tag. And it's deprecated in HTML 4.0, and omitted entirely in XHTML 1.0. The correct way to specify justification in contemporary HTML is with a style. That's because xhtml has moved toward separation of content and

Re: New LyX website

2008-03-31 Thread Steve Litt
On Monday 31 March 2008 14:03, Andre Poenitz wrote: On Sun, Mar 30, 2008 at 08:07:40PM -0400, Rex C. Eastbourne wrote: Hello all, For those who haven't seen it, the new LyX website is now at: http://www.lyx.org/test/index.php/Main/HomePage We're still doing some design work, but the

Re: Templates for the new website

2008-03-31 Thread Joost Verburg
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Please note that users can choose their own skin by simply appending ?skin=... to the URI. We do not need to restrict ourselve to one skin only. We really should not have multiple designs for our web site. One official skin is enough. However, in practie we'll

Output track changes in pdf with latex error

2008-03-31 Thread Peter Sutovsky
I get error message when I try to get output in pdf with show changes in output is on. Output to dvi and ps works well. Is it way to make it work with pdf? Thanks. Peter

Re: custom document language

2008-03-31 Thread Luis Rivera
Liviu Andronic [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Does LaTeX support such rarely encountered languages? Liviu It does: provided you supply an appropriately formatted language.ldf file somewhere in your TEXPATH. Luis.

Re: WRB - Observations

2008-03-31 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 05:45:30PM -0400, Michael Wojcik wrote: rgheck wrote: Michael Wojcik wrote: I don't think this is a bug in Qt, though arguably it's a missing feature. Shortcuts are not first-class filesystem objects in Windows. They're files that are treated in a special manner by

Re: Templates for the new website

2008-03-31 Thread Rex C. Eastbourne
Joost Verburg wrote: As I understand it, the consensus is that the current design is much better than before and that we will continue to improve it if we receive more feedback / suggestions. Is that right Rex / Andrei? That would be fine with me! Rex

Re: Output track changes in pdf with latex error

2008-03-31 Thread Joost Verburg
Peter Sutovsky wrote: I get error message when I try to get output in pdf with show changes in output is on. Output to dvi and ps works well. Is it way to make it work with pdf? Thanks. Do you have the xcolor package installed? Joost

RE: WRB - Observations

2008-03-31 Thread William R. Buckley
-Original Message- From: Michael Wojcik [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, March 31, 2008 2:46 PM To: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org Subject: Re: WRB - Observations rgheck wrote: Michael Wojcik wrote: I don't think this is a bug in Qt, though arguably it's a missing

Re: Bibtex bibliography

2008-03-31 Thread Jean-Michel Bouffard
Bob Lounsbury wrote: On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 12:21 PM, Julio Rojas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Bob, Babel matters because the person asking the question seems to be french. Or at least he speaks french. -- - Julio Rojas [EMAIL PROTECTED] Good

Re: Visual Tour (Was: New LyX website)

2008-03-31 Thread Michael Thompson
Michael, feel free to re-create pictures in screenshot section and/or graphical tour. the screenshots you sent are fine, just use standard colors and composition of toolbars. pavel Sorry, the lyx background was the strong light, back porch version, which looks pretty goofy. I have been

RE: WRB - Observations

2008-03-31 Thread William R. Buckley
Well, the open source tool Maxima has no problem following a Windows shortcut in its browsing function. So, your position is therefore that LyX should be less than it might be, when other open source tools have no problem with a simple if arcane function. The proper ideal for any open source

Re: WRB - Observations

2008-03-31 Thread Joost Verburg
William R. Buckley wrote: Well, the open source tool Maxima has no problem following a Windows shortcut in its browsing function. So, your position is therefore that LyX should be less than it might be, when other open source tools have no problem with a simple if arcane function. On my

Re: Contents of Preamble...EndPreamble in Layout not being output to tex file

2008-03-31 Thread Geevarghese Philip
Richard Heck wrote: Geevarghese Philip wrote: Thanks, but it works and it doesn't : The theorems are displayed in LyX with sequential numbering, but when I try to compile the file into dvi using Ctrl-D, I get the same error as before : \theoremstyle is not defined. That's very odd. I

RE: WRB - Observations

2008-03-31 Thread William R. Buckley
Joost: I really do not the particulars of the product. It would be best for you to download it from its sourceforge.net project site, and test for yourself. On WindowsXPsp2 (I think that is the latest - the system is configured for web-based automatic upgrading), and using Word 2003, I clicked

Re: Contents of Preamble...EndPreamble in Layout not being output to tex file

2008-03-31 Thread Geevarghese Philip
rgheck wrote: This works as intended for the dvi/ps/pdf versions. I guess I am being greedy, but if only I could make LyX display the theorems with a sequential numbering, instead of prepending the subsection number to the theorem Try the attached. You'll get a warning about counter

Re: Contents of Preamble...EndPreamble in Layout not being output to tex file

2008-03-31 Thread Geevarghese Philip
Geevarghese Philip wrote: rgheck wrote: ... Try the attached. You'll get a warning about counter redefinition, but it works. Thanks, but it works and it doesn't snip I made a small change to the layout file you sent, and it works wonderfully now. Except that I somehow have a feeling that

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