Re: Landscape document..........

2016-07-17 Thread Dr Eberhard W Lisse
You are welcome. I like to leave the default page sizes as determined by LaTeX (in my case A4) and I only mess with the margins very little (using DIV in Komascript), unless I have really special cases. That way Portrait and Landscape work very well, by just clicking the switch. el -- Sent

Re: Last good version for Win XP

2016-07-17 Thread Zbigniew Szczudlik
On 2016-07-17 17:43, Richard Heck wrote: On 07/16/2016 05:36 PM, Zbigniew Szczudlik wrote: Hi, I'm new to the Lyx and this group. Also, it's been years since I used mailing lists :-) Anyway, I have a question. Since I'm still on Win XP I wonder which is the last good version of Lyx that

Re: Last good version for Win XP

2016-07-17 Thread Richard Heck
On 07/16/2016 05:36 PM, Zbigniew Szczudlik wrote: > Hi, I'm new to the Lyx and this group. Also, it's been years since I > used mailing lists :-) > > Anyway, I have a question. Since I'm still on Win XP I wonder which is > the last good version of Lyx that supports this OS. I saw on lyx.org > that

Re: Landscape document..........

2016-07-17 Thread Kornel Benko
Am Sonntag, 17. Juli 2016 um 13:28:40, schrieb Dr Eberhard W Lisse > You are welcome. > > I like to leave the default page sizes as determined by LaTeX (in my case A4) > and I only mess with the margins very little (using DIV in Komascript), > unless I have really special

Re: Landscape document..........

2016-07-17 Thread Charlie
On Sun, 17 Jul 2016 11:13:41 +0200 Dr mentioned this: Re: Landscape document... > You switched the Height and Width around in > > Document Settings -> Page Layouts. > > > From my keyboard: Hello el, No. That's how they are. I just placed the sizes into

Re: Last good version for Win XP

2016-07-17 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 17/07/2016 18:00, Zbigniew Szczudlik a écrit : On 2016-07-17 17:43, Richard Heck wrote: I know that 2.1 works with Vista. I do not know if it works with XP. Thanks, Richard! Fortunately, I have found out on lyx.org that 2.4 is the version I'm looking for. Not 2.4, this does not exist

Re: What happened to "print"?

2016-07-17 Thread David L. Johnson
On 07/17/2016 04:26 PM, David L. Johnson wrote: When I upgraded to lyx 2.2.0 (which was when debian testing went to it) I lost the print menu. I thought at first it was because my home computer uses an old printer, but the same thing is true on my office machine. I could not find out

Re: Last good version for Win XP

2016-07-17 Thread Zbigniew Szczudlik
On 2016-07-17 18:08, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Le 17/07/2016 18:00, Zbigniew Szczudlik a écrit : On 2016-07-17 17:43, Richard Heck wrote: I know that 2.1 works with Vista. I do not know if it works with XP. Thanks, Richard! Fortunately, I have found out on lyx.org that 2.4 is the version

Re: Landscape document..........

2016-07-17 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
You switched the Height and Width around in Document Settings -> Page Layouts. el On 2016-07-17 00:41 , Charlie wrote: > > On Sat, 16 Jul 2016 19:48:28 + (UTC) "Paul A.Rubin ru...@msu.edu" > informed me of this: > > > Charlie ipstarmail.com.au> writes: >> >>> >>> >>> On

Re: Last good version for Win XP

2016-07-17 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 17/07/2016 19:48, Zbigniew Szczudlik a écrit : Not 2.4, this does not exist yet. If you meant 2.0.4, then you'd better use the latest of this series, that is 2.0.8.1. My typo. I meant 2.1.4. OK, I understand now. LyX 2.2.1 will be compatible with Vista, it might be that it works with XP

Re: Landscape document..........

2016-07-17 Thread Paul A . Rubin
Stephen GEORGE optusnet.com.au> writes: > > So if I may ask > 1) \paperwidth & \paperheight define the page as the printer sees it? > 2) and landscape and portrait defines to latex how to print the > text on that page? Essentially, yes. If I specify a paper height of 11" and a

What happened to "print"?

2016-07-17 Thread David L. Johnson
When I upgraded to lyx 2.2.0 (which was when debian testing went to it) I lost the print menu. I thought at first it was because my home computer uses an old printer, but the same thing is true on my office machine. I could not find out anything about printing on the