Re: Lyx and Japanese (no matter how hard I try there are always some problems)

2009-08-20 Thread Jommelli Niccolò
Sorry for the bother eventually I managed to use the fonts by doing a ful system font refresh and a latex font refresh. Cheers.

Re: Lyx Xetex and otf

2009-08-20 Thread Jommelli Niccolò
Sorry for the bother, but I managed by doing a full font refresh of the system and of Latex. Cheers.

Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. I get the error: Misplaced alignment tab character . s s\end{cases}$ I can't figure out why you would want to use a tab mark here. If you just want an

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread rgheck
On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. I get the error: Misplaced alignment tab character. s s\end{cases}$ I can't figure out why you would want to use

Re: Inserting algorithms and codes in documents

2009-08-20 Thread Helge Hafting
Luca Carlon wrote: Hi! I'm writing my thesis and now I would need to put some algorithms and codes to my LyX document. I created a float Algorithm and I placed in it a program listing. I see it is even possible to select many useful options, I think it is really great and very very comfortable.

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread Helge Hafting
Rich Shepard wrote: Someone local has developed his own solution for preparing and displaying slides during presentations. He uses a browser for the display and type size of 60pt-120pt. I mentioned that I use the Beamer class with whatever the default type size is and the results are

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
* rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 14:02: On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. .. Furthermore, if I just use the left column, then it is displayed all on one line. Has

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread rgheck
On 08/20/2009 10:07 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: * rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 14:02: On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. .. Furthermore, if I

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
* rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 15:15: On 08/20/2009 10:07 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: I didn't have Use AMS match package automatically ticked. Just tick that, unless you have some reason not to do so. I think it was because I had imported a latex document to Lyx, and it wasn't ticked. It seems to

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread Rich Shepard
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009, Helge Hafting wrote: I tested 30pt once just for fun - it looked fine. I believe LaTeX is limited by 32-bit numbers, and fail on distances longer than about 6 meters. 120pt is below that. :-) Helge, Thank you. I passed on your helpful insight. Rich -- Richard B.

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread Steve Litt
On Thursday 20 August 2009 10:00:01 Helge Hafting wrote: I tested 30pt once just for fun - it looked fine. I believe LaTeX is limited by 32-bit numbers, and fail on distances longer than about 6 meters Unless of course you have a 64 bit computer. SteveT Steve Litt Recession Relief Package

RE: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW
I think it was because I had imported a latex document to Lyx, and it wasn't ticked. It seems to be ticked by default on new documents. I guess I should file it as a bug? If we don't want to tick it for imported options, then it ought to raise a warning at the point where it would have included

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread Rich Shepard
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009, L Duperval wrote: I want to create a booklet for a print-on-demand shop (Lulu, iUniverse, Lightning Source, Book Locker). What I've seen is that they need PDF/X photo-ready output. Does anyone know how to produce that, other than using Acrobat Distiller? I've no idea

Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread L Duperval
Hi, I want to create a booklet for a print-on-demand shop (Lulu, iUniverse, Lightning Source, Book Locker). What I've seen is that they need PDF/X photo-ready output. Does anyone know how to produce that, other than using Acrobat Distiller? Thanks, L -- Get free public speaking and

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread L Duperval
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009 08:11:46 -0700, Rich Shepard wrote: I've no idea what the /X represents, but if you produce your .pdf at 2400 dpi resolution it's ready for printing. Rich This is PDF/X: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PDF/X Seems to be more stringent than simple PDF to display on a

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
* L Duperval wrote, On 20/08/09 16:03: Hi, I want to create a booklet for a print-on-demand shop (Lulu, iUniverse, Lightning Source, Book Locker). What I've seen is that they need PDF/X photo-ready output. Does anyone know how to produce that, other than using Acrobat Distiller? Google

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread Les Denham
On Thursday 20 August 2009 10:09:21 am Steve Litt wrote: On Thursday 20 August 2009 10:00:01 Helge Hafting wrote: I tested 30pt once just for fun - it looked fine. I believe LaTeX is limited by 32-bit numbers, and fail on distances longer than about 6 meters Unless of course you have a

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread L Duperval
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009 16:54:04 +0100, Sam Liddicott wrote: * L Duperval wrote, On 20/08/09 16:03: Hi, I want to create a booklet for a print-on-demand shop (Lulu, iUniverse, Lightning Source, Book Locker). What I've seen is that they need PDF/X photo-ready output. Does anyone know how to

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread Andrew Sullivan
On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 04:54:04PM +0100, Sam Liddicott wrote: to be sure that all fonts are embedded (I thought all PDF did that). Certainly not. Emdedded fonts means the entire fontset needed to display is actually in the document, rather than just a reference to the font. There's a similar

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread L Duperval
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009 16:31:57 +, L Duperval wrote: I (somewhat) understand the technical implications of PDF/X. However, among the list of software that produces valid PDF/X output, there seems to be nothing related to (La)TeX files. Is this simply an oversight or is it not possible to do

nomenclature and table of contents, wrong level

2009-08-20 Thread Evan Mason
I have inserted nomenclature into my toc using the FAQ advice ( http://wiki.lyx.org/FAQ/Unsorted1#toc13 ). I am using book-KOMA. I have an appendix, and the nomencalture and bibliography are at the back of the appendix. In the toc, the bibliography comes out fine, but the nomenclature comes out

Re: Fancy TOC and headers question

2009-08-20 Thread L Duperval
On Sat, 15 Aug 2009 21:27:12 +, L Duperval wrote: Hi, I would like to realize the following in Lyx. I have a book in Koma- Script style. I'd like the book to look like this: Section 1: My section Chapter 1: First chapter Tip 1: a tip Tip 2: another tip Tip 3: yet another tip

format conversion

2009-08-20 Thread Pol
Is it possible to convert a lyx doc from 1.6 to 1.4 by a commnd line instruction? My attempts starting from 'lyx -e LyX 4.3.x' followed by a number of variations, all failed. Thank you ---P

Re: format conversion

2009-08-20 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn
Pol schreef: Is it possible to convert a lyx doc from 1.6 to 1.4 by a commnd line instruction? My attempts starting from 'lyx -e LyX 4.3.x' followed by a number of variations, all failed. Yes, it is: lyx -e lyx14x file.lyx Vincent

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 20 August 2009 16:09:21 Steve Litt wrote: Unless of course you have a 64 bit computer. And the data type used is long. For most of the 64-bit linux the memory layout is LP-64 that means that only long and pointer are 64 bits wide. In case anyone wonders wikipedia has an interesting

document with multiple language

2009-08-20 Thread Jonatan R. Catai
Dear All I am new to Lyx and I am writing a document (in portuguese), which sometimes, I have to write a complete paragraph in another language (english). Is there a way to say to lyx that a specific paragraph has a determined language, so I can apply the right spellcheck? Jonatan

Re: document with multiple language

2009-08-20 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn
Jonatan R. Catai schreef: Dear All I am new to Lyx and I am writing a document (in portuguese), which sometimes, I have to write a complete paragraph in another language (english). Is there a way to say to lyx that a specific paragraph has a determined language, so I can apply the right

Re: document with multiple language

2009-08-20 Thread Jonatan R. Catai
Thanks Ravesteijn It worked, the changing of the language and the spellcheck have already recognized the new language. Regards, Jonatan On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 5:12 PM, Vincent van Ravesteijn v.f.vanraveste...@tudelft.nl wrote: Jonatan R. Catai schreef: Dear All I am new to Lyx and I

Re: Fancy TOC and headers question

2009-08-20 Thread rgheck
On 08/20/2009 01:59 PM, L Duperval wrote: On Sat, 15 Aug 2009 21:27:12 +, L Duperval wrote: Hi, I would like to realize the following in Lyx. I have a book in Koma- Script style. I'd like the book to look like this: Section 1: My section Chapter 1: First chapter Tip 1: a tip Tip 2:

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread Les Denham
On Thursday 20 August 2009 02:38:08 pm José Matos wrote: On Thursday 20 August 2009 16:09:21 Steve Litt wrote: Unless of course you have a 64 bit computer. And the data type used is long. For most of the 64-bit linux the memory layout is LP-64 that means that only long and pointer are 64

OT: how to produce a carom-ed letter from keyboard in Lyx-Kde

2009-08-20 Thread Stefano Franchi
I realize this has little to do with Lyx per se, but I am hoping some members of the list may know. My googling efforts have failed. Question: how can I directly type a caron-ed letter from the keyboard in Lyx running under KDE (4.3), with US keyboard, and LANG=en_US.UTF-8 ? Of course I can

Re: OT: how to produce a carom-ed letter from keyboard in Lyx-Kde

2009-08-20 Thread Stefano Franchi
On Thursday 20 August 2009 07:05:52 pm Stefano Franchi wrote: I realize this has little to do with Lyx per se, but I am hoping some members of the list may know. My googling efforts have failed. Question: how can I directly type a caron-ed letter from the keyboard in Lyx running under KDE

changing justification of caption

2009-08-20 Thread Jonatan R. Catai
Dear All, I added a float picture on my report and Lyx adds the caption automatically - so far so good. However, the caption stays on the center of the page. I tryed clicking with the right button of the mouse outside the caption box, within the float picture box, and in Paragraph Settings change

help - some questions

2009-08-20 Thread Ricardo Perrone
Hi, I need a little help with some questions: 1- Lyx has some default font size like Normal, small, smallest, etc. But how can I change it to a specific font size to be applied in some places of my document? For instance 10.5pt. 2- I am using enumerate environment, but it adds a large space

Re: Lyx and Japanese (no matter how hard I try there are always some problems)

2009-08-20 Thread Jommelli Niccolò
Sorry for the bother eventually I managed to use the fonts by doing a ful system font refresh and a latex font refresh. Cheers.

Re: Lyx Xetex and otf

2009-08-20 Thread Jommelli Niccolò
Sorry for the bother, but I managed by doing a full font refresh of the system and of Latex. Cheers.

Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. I get the error: Misplaced alignment tab character . s s\end{cases}$ I can't figure out why you would want to use a tab mark here. If you just want an

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread rgheck
On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. I get the error: Misplaced alignment tab character. s s\end{cases}$ I can't figure out why you would want to use

Re: Inserting algorithms and codes in documents

2009-08-20 Thread Helge Hafting
Luca Carlon wrote: Hi! I'm writing my thesis and now I would need to put some algorithms and codes to my LyX document. I created a float Algorithm and I placed in it a program listing. I see it is even possible to select many useful options, I think it is really great and very very comfortable.

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread Helge Hafting
Rich Shepard wrote: Someone local has developed his own solution for preparing and displaying slides during presentations. He uses a browser for the display and type size of 60pt-120pt. I mentioned that I use the Beamer class with whatever the default type size is and the results are

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
* rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 14:02: On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. .. Furthermore, if I just use the left column, then it is displayed all on one line. Has

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread rgheck
On 08/20/2009 10:07 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: * rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 14:02: On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. .. Furthermore, if I

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
* rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 15:15: On 08/20/2009 10:07 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: I didn't have Use AMS match package automatically ticked. Just tick that, unless you have some reason not to do so. I think it was because I had imported a latex document to Lyx, and it wasn't ticked. It seems to

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread Rich Shepard
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009, Helge Hafting wrote: I tested 30pt once just for fun - it looked fine. I believe LaTeX is limited by 32-bit numbers, and fail on distances longer than about 6 meters. 120pt is below that. :-) Helge, Thank you. I passed on your helpful insight. Rich -- Richard B.

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread Steve Litt
On Thursday 20 August 2009 10:00:01 Helge Hafting wrote: I tested 30pt once just for fun - it looked fine. I believe LaTeX is limited by 32-bit numbers, and fail on distances longer than about 6 meters Unless of course you have a 64 bit computer. SteveT Steve Litt Recession Relief Package

RE: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW
I think it was because I had imported a latex document to Lyx, and it wasn't ticked. It seems to be ticked by default on new documents. I guess I should file it as a bug? If we don't want to tick it for imported options, then it ought to raise a warning at the point where it would have included

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread Rich Shepard
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009, L Duperval wrote: I want to create a booklet for a print-on-demand shop (Lulu, iUniverse, Lightning Source, Book Locker). What I've seen is that they need PDF/X photo-ready output. Does anyone know how to produce that, other than using Acrobat Distiller? I've no idea

Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread L Duperval
Hi, I want to create a booklet for a print-on-demand shop (Lulu, iUniverse, Lightning Source, Book Locker). What I've seen is that they need PDF/X photo-ready output. Does anyone know how to produce that, other than using Acrobat Distiller? Thanks, L -- Get free public speaking and

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread L Duperval
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009 08:11:46 -0700, Rich Shepard wrote: I've no idea what the /X represents, but if you produce your .pdf at 2400 dpi resolution it's ready for printing. Rich This is PDF/X: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PDF/X Seems to be more stringent than simple PDF to display on a

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
* L Duperval wrote, On 20/08/09 16:03: Hi, I want to create a booklet for a print-on-demand shop (Lulu, iUniverse, Lightning Source, Book Locker). What I've seen is that they need PDF/X photo-ready output. Does anyone know how to produce that, other than using Acrobat Distiller? Google

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread Les Denham
On Thursday 20 August 2009 10:09:21 am Steve Litt wrote: On Thursday 20 August 2009 10:00:01 Helge Hafting wrote: I tested 30pt once just for fun - it looked fine. I believe LaTeX is limited by 32-bit numbers, and fail on distances longer than about 6 meters Unless of course you have a

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread L Duperval
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009 16:54:04 +0100, Sam Liddicott wrote: * L Duperval wrote, On 20/08/09 16:03: Hi, I want to create a booklet for a print-on-demand shop (Lulu, iUniverse, Lightning Source, Book Locker). What I've seen is that they need PDF/X photo-ready output. Does anyone know how to

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread Andrew Sullivan
On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 04:54:04PM +0100, Sam Liddicott wrote: to be sure that all fonts are embedded (I thought all PDF did that). Certainly not. Emdedded fonts means the entire fontset needed to display is actually in the document, rather than just a reference to the font. There's a similar

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread L Duperval
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009 16:31:57 +, L Duperval wrote: I (somewhat) understand the technical implications of PDF/X. However, among the list of software that produces valid PDF/X output, there seems to be nothing related to (La)TeX files. Is this simply an oversight or is it not possible to do

nomenclature and table of contents, wrong level

2009-08-20 Thread Evan Mason
I have inserted nomenclature into my toc using the FAQ advice ( http://wiki.lyx.org/FAQ/Unsorted1#toc13 ). I am using book-KOMA. I have an appendix, and the nomencalture and bibliography are at the back of the appendix. In the toc, the bibliography comes out fine, but the nomenclature comes out

Re: Fancy TOC and headers question

2009-08-20 Thread L Duperval
On Sat, 15 Aug 2009 21:27:12 +, L Duperval wrote: Hi, I would like to realize the following in Lyx. I have a book in Koma- Script style. I'd like the book to look like this: Section 1: My section Chapter 1: First chapter Tip 1: a tip Tip 2: another tip Tip 3: yet another tip

format conversion

2009-08-20 Thread Pol
Is it possible to convert a lyx doc from 1.6 to 1.4 by a commnd line instruction? My attempts starting from 'lyx -e LyX 4.3.x' followed by a number of variations, all failed. Thank you ---P

Re: format conversion

2009-08-20 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn
Pol schreef: Is it possible to convert a lyx doc from 1.6 to 1.4 by a commnd line instruction? My attempts starting from 'lyx -e LyX 4.3.x' followed by a number of variations, all failed. Yes, it is: lyx -e lyx14x file.lyx Vincent

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 20 August 2009 16:09:21 Steve Litt wrote: Unless of course you have a 64 bit computer. And the data type used is long. For most of the 64-bit linux the memory layout is LP-64 that means that only long and pointer are 64 bits wide. In case anyone wonders wikipedia has an interesting

document with multiple language

2009-08-20 Thread Jonatan R. Catai
Dear All I am new to Lyx and I am writing a document (in portuguese), which sometimes, I have to write a complete paragraph in another language (english). Is there a way to say to lyx that a specific paragraph has a determined language, so I can apply the right spellcheck? Jonatan

Re: document with multiple language

2009-08-20 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn
Jonatan R. Catai schreef: Dear All I am new to Lyx and I am writing a document (in portuguese), which sometimes, I have to write a complete paragraph in another language (english). Is there a way to say to lyx that a specific paragraph has a determined language, so I can apply the right

Re: document with multiple language

2009-08-20 Thread Jonatan R. Catai
Thanks Ravesteijn It worked, the changing of the language and the spellcheck have already recognized the new language. Regards, Jonatan On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 5:12 PM, Vincent van Ravesteijn v.f.vanraveste...@tudelft.nl wrote: Jonatan R. Catai schreef: Dear All I am new to Lyx and I

Re: Fancy TOC and headers question

2009-08-20 Thread rgheck
On 08/20/2009 01:59 PM, L Duperval wrote: On Sat, 15 Aug 2009 21:27:12 +, L Duperval wrote: Hi, I would like to realize the following in Lyx. I have a book in Koma- Script style. I'd like the book to look like this: Section 1: My section Chapter 1: First chapter Tip 1: a tip Tip 2:

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread Les Denham
On Thursday 20 August 2009 02:38:08 pm José Matos wrote: On Thursday 20 August 2009 16:09:21 Steve Litt wrote: Unless of course you have a 64 bit computer. And the data type used is long. For most of the 64-bit linux the memory layout is LP-64 that means that only long and pointer are 64

OT: how to produce a carom-ed letter from keyboard in Lyx-Kde

2009-08-20 Thread Stefano Franchi
I realize this has little to do with Lyx per se, but I am hoping some members of the list may know. My googling efforts have failed. Question: how can I directly type a caron-ed letter from the keyboard in Lyx running under KDE (4.3), with US keyboard, and LANG=en_US.UTF-8 ? Of course I can

Re: OT: how to produce a carom-ed letter from keyboard in Lyx-Kde

2009-08-20 Thread Stefano Franchi
On Thursday 20 August 2009 07:05:52 pm Stefano Franchi wrote: I realize this has little to do with Lyx per se, but I am hoping some members of the list may know. My googling efforts have failed. Question: how can I directly type a caron-ed letter from the keyboard in Lyx running under KDE

changing justification of caption

2009-08-20 Thread Jonatan R. Catai
Dear All, I added a float picture on my report and Lyx adds the caption automatically - so far so good. However, the caption stays on the center of the page. I tryed clicking with the right button of the mouse outside the caption box, within the float picture box, and in Paragraph Settings change

help - some questions

2009-08-20 Thread Ricardo Perrone
Hi, I need a little help with some questions: 1- Lyx has some default font size like Normal, small, smallest, etc. But how can I change it to a specific font size to be applied in some places of my document? For instance 10.5pt. 2- I am using enumerate environment, but it adds a large space

Re: Lyx and Japanese (no matter how hard I try there are always some problems)

2009-08-20 Thread Jommelli Niccolò
Sorry for the bother eventually I managed to use the fonts by doing a ful system font refresh and a latex font refresh. Cheers.

Re: Lyx Xetex and otf

2009-08-20 Thread Jommelli Niccolò
Sorry for the bother, but I managed by doing a full font refresh of the system and of Latex. Cheers.

Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. I get the error: Misplaced alignment tab character &. s & s\end{cases}$ I can't figure out why you would want to use a tab mark here. If you just want an

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread rgheck
On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. I get the error: Misplaced alignment tab character&. s& s\end{cases}$ I can't figure out why you would want to

Re: Inserting algorithms and codes in documents

2009-08-20 Thread Helge Hafting
Luca Carlon wrote: Hi! I'm writing my thesis and now I would need to put some algorithms and codes to my LyX document. I created a float Algorithm and I placed in it a program listing. I see it is even possible to select many useful options, I think it is really great and very very comfortable.

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread Helge Hafting
Rich Shepard wrote: Someone local has developed his own solution for preparing and displaying slides during presentations. He uses a browser for the display and type size of 60pt-120pt. I mentioned that I use the Beamer class with whatever the default type size is and the results are

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
* rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 14:02: > On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: >> In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to >> work properly, unless I just use the first column. .. >> Furthermore, if I just use the left column, then it is displayed all on >> one

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread rgheck
On 08/20/2009 10:07 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: * rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 14:02: On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. .. Furthermore, if I

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
* rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 15:15: > On 08/20/2009 10:07 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: >> I didn't have "Use AMS match package automatically" >> ticked. >> > Just tick that, unless you have some reason not to do so. I think it was because I had imported a latex document to Lyx, and it wasn't ticked.

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread Rich Shepard
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009, Helge Hafting wrote: I tested 30pt once just for fun - it looked fine. I believe LaTeX is limited by 32-bit numbers, and fail on distances longer than about 6 meters. 120pt is below that. :-) Helge, Thank you. I passed on your helpful insight. Rich -- Richard B.

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread Steve Litt
On Thursday 20 August 2009 10:00:01 Helge Hafting wrote: > I tested 30pt once just for fun - it looked fine. > > I believe LaTeX is limited by 32-bit numbers, and fail on distances > longer than about 6 meters Unless of course you have a 64 bit computer. SteveT Steve Litt Recession Relief

RE: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW
>I think it was because I had imported a latex document >to Lyx, and it wasn't ticked. It seems to be ticked by >default on new documents. >I guess I should file it as a bug? If we don't want to >tick it for imported options, then it ought to raise a >warning at the point where it would have

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread Rich Shepard
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009, L Duperval wrote: I want to create a booklet for a print-on-demand shop (Lulu, iUniverse, Lightning Source, Book Locker). What I've seen is that they need PDF/X photo-ready output. Does anyone know how to produce that, other than using Acrobat Distiller? I've no idea

Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread L Duperval
Hi, I want to create a booklet for a print-on-demand shop (Lulu, iUniverse, Lightning Source, Book Locker). What I've seen is that they need PDF/X photo-ready output. Does anyone know how to produce that, other than using Acrobat Distiller? Thanks, L -- Get free public speaking and

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread L Duperval
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009 08:11:46 -0700, Rich Shepard wrote: >I've no idea what the /X represents, but if you produce your .pdf at >2400 > dpi resolution it's ready for printing. > > Rich This is PDF/X: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PDF/X Seems to be more stringent than simple PDF to display

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
* L Duperval wrote, On 20/08/09 16:03: > Hi, > > I want to create a booklet for a print-on-demand shop (Lulu, iUniverse, > Lightning Source, Book Locker). What I've seen is that they need PDF/X > photo-ready output. Does anyone know how to produce that, other than > using Acrobat Distiller?

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread Les Denham
On Thursday 20 August 2009 10:09:21 am Steve Litt wrote: > On Thursday 20 August 2009 10:00:01 Helge Hafting wrote: > > I tested 30pt once just for fun - it looked fine. > > > > I believe LaTeX is limited by 32-bit numbers, and fail on distances > > longer than about 6 meters > > Unless of course

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread L Duperval
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009 16:54:04 +0100, Sam Liddicott wrote: > * L Duperval wrote, On 20/08/09 16:03: >> Hi, >> >> I want to create a booklet for a print-on-demand shop (Lulu, iUniverse, >> Lightning Source, Book Locker). What I've seen is that they need PDF/X >> photo-ready output. Does anyone know

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread Andrew Sullivan
On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 04:54:04PM +0100, Sam Liddicott wrote: > to be sure that all fonts are embedded (I thought all PDF did that). Certainly not. "Emdedded fonts" means the entire fontset needed to display is actually in the document, rather than just a reference to the font. There's a

Re: Photo-ready output

2009-08-20 Thread L Duperval
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009 16:31:57 +, L Duperval wrote: > I (somewhat) understand the technical implications of PDF/X. However, > among the list of software that produces valid PDF/X output, there seems > to be nothing related to (La)TeX files. Is this simply an oversight or > is it not possible to

nomenclature and table of contents, wrong level

2009-08-20 Thread Evan Mason
I have inserted nomenclature into my toc using the FAQ advice ( http://wiki.lyx.org/FAQ/Unsorted1#toc13 ). I am using book-KOMA. I have an appendix, and the nomencalture and bibliography are at the back of the appendix. In the toc, the bibliography comes out fine, but the nomenclature comes out

Re: Fancy TOC and headers question

2009-08-20 Thread L Duperval
On Sat, 15 Aug 2009 21:27:12 +, L Duperval wrote: > Hi, > > I would like to realize the following in Lyx. I have a book in Koma- > Script style. I'd like the book to look like this: > > Section 1: My section > Chapter 1: First chapter > Tip 1: a tip > Tip 2: another tip > Tip 3: yet another

format conversion

2009-08-20 Thread Pol
Is it possible to convert a lyx doc from 1.6 to 1.4 by a commnd line instruction? My attempts starting from 'lyx -e "LyX 4.3.x"' followed by a number of variations, all failed. Thank you ---P

Re: format conversion

2009-08-20 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn
Pol schreef: Is it possible to convert a lyx doc from 1.6 to 1.4 by a commnd line instruction? My attempts starting from 'lyx -e "LyX 4.3.x"' followed by a number of variations, all failed. Yes, it is: lyx -e lyx14x file.lyx Vincent

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread José Matos
On Thursday 20 August 2009 16:09:21 Steve Litt wrote: > Unless of course you have a 64 bit computer. And the data type used is long. For most of the 64-bit linux the memory layout is LP-64 that means that only long and pointer are 64 bits wide. In case anyone wonders wikipedia has an

document with multiple language

2009-08-20 Thread Jonatan R. Catai
Dear All I am new to Lyx and I am writing a document (in portuguese), which sometimes, I have to write a complete paragraph in another language (english). Is there a way to say to lyx that a specific paragraph has a determined language, so I can apply the right spellcheck? Jonatan

Re: document with multiple language

2009-08-20 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn
Jonatan R. Catai schreef: Dear All I am new to Lyx and I am writing a document (in portuguese), which sometimes, I have to write a complete paragraph in another language (english). Is there a way to say to lyx that a specific paragraph has a determined language, so I can apply the right

Re: document with multiple language

2009-08-20 Thread Jonatan R. Catai
Thanks Ravesteijn It worked, the changing of the language and the spellcheck have already recognized the new language. Regards, Jonatan On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 5:12 PM, Vincent van Ravesteijn < v.f.vanraveste...@tudelft.nl> wrote: > Jonatan R. Catai schreef: > > Dear All >> >> I am new to

Re: Fancy TOC and headers question

2009-08-20 Thread rgheck
On 08/20/2009 01:59 PM, L Duperval wrote: On Sat, 15 Aug 2009 21:27:12 +, L Duperval wrote: Hi, I would like to realize the following in Lyx. I have a book in Koma- Script style. I'd like the book to look like this: Section 1: My section Chapter 1: First chapter Tip 1: a tip Tip 2:

Re: Maximum Font Size

2009-08-20 Thread Les Denham
On Thursday 20 August 2009 02:38:08 pm José Matos wrote: > On Thursday 20 August 2009 16:09:21 Steve Litt wrote: > > Unless of course you have a 64 bit computer. > > And the data type used is long. For most of the 64-bit linux the memory > layout is LP-64 that means that only long and pointer are

OT: how to produce a carom-ed letter from keyboard in Lyx-Kde

2009-08-20 Thread Stefano Franchi
I realize this has little to do with Lyx per se, but I am hoping some members of the list may know. My googling efforts have failed. Question: how can I directly type a caron-ed letter from the keyboard in Lyx running under KDE (4.3), with US keyboard, and LANG=en_US.UTF-8 ? Of course I can

Re: OT: how to produce a carom-ed letter from keyboard in Lyx-Kde

2009-08-20 Thread Stefano Franchi
On Thursday 20 August 2009 07:05:52 pm Stefano Franchi wrote: > I realize this has little to do with Lyx per se, but I am hoping some > members of the list may know. My googling efforts have failed. > > Question: how can I directly type a caron-ed letter from the keyboard in > Lyx running under

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