textcomp Error: symbol \textuparrow not provided by

2009-11-10 Thread Sam Liddicott
Having just added a symbol up-arrow, every time I build my PDF, Lyx gives this error: textcomp Error: symbol \textuparrow not provided by (by is the last word of the error) althought the PDF displays the arrow just fine. The arrow is in a LyxCode environment, but further testing shows that

Re: textcomp Error: symbol \textuparrow not provided by

2009-11-11 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Uwe Stöhr wrote, On 10/11/09 17:32: Sam Liddicott schrieb: Having just added a symbol up-arrow, every time I build my PDF, Lyx gives this error: textcomp Error: symbol \textuparrow not provided by (by is the last word of the error) Can you please provide a _small_ LyX example file

Phantom spaces

2009-11-11 Thread Sam Liddicott
In the attached lyx file, phantom at the beginning of a line results in a new-line. I have to use ctrl-space and insert a hard space to get the phantom to take any effect. I'm also thinking what about a phantom text style (as text styles can be nested) but this might need whatever magic is

Re: textcomp Error: symbol \textuparrow not provided by

2009-11-11 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Uwe Stöhr wrote, On 11/11/09 14:08: Sam Liddicott schrieb: Having just added a symbol up-arrow, every time I build my PDF, Lyx gives this error: textcomp Error: symbol \textuparrow not provided by It seems to be a conflict with luximono The luximono font does not yet provide a glyph

Howto: Poor mans bold

2009-11-11 Thread Sam Liddicott
I've been struggling for a long time to get poor-mans-bold working (because of the pain installing luximono) and now I've got it working, I post the answer here: In your pre-amble: \usepackage{amsbsy} and then to have bold ttfamily text, \ttfamily\pmb{bold} With lstlistings, I just do:

Re: textcomp Error: symbol \textuparrow not provided by

2009-11-12 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Uwe Stöhr wrote, On 11/11/09 15:16: Sam Liddicott schrieb: I find it interesting that the up-arrow still rendered, but that the error stopped lyx's latex run (and second run to resolve references). This is the correct behaviour: When a LaTeX-error occurs, LyX stops because LaTeX stops

Re: Howto: Poor mans bold

2009-11-12 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Sam Liddicott wrote, On 11/11/09 15:48: I've been struggling for a long time to get poor-mans-bold working (because of the pain installing luximono) and now I've got it working, I post the answer here: In your pre-amble: \usepackage{amsbsy} and then to have bold ttfamily text, \ttfamily

Re: Howto: Poor mans bold

2009-11-12 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Guenter Milde wrote, On 11/11/09 20:24: On 2009-11-11, Sam Liddicott wrote: I've been struggling for a long time to get poor-mans-bold working (because of the pain installing luximono) May I recomment the txtt fonts from the txfonts package? While the txfonts package is said to have

Re: Howto: Poor mans bold

2009-11-12 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Sam Liddicott wrote, On 12/11/09 09:52: * Guenter Milde wrote, On 11/11/09 20:24: On 2009-11-11, Sam Liddicott wrote: I've been struggling for a long time to get poor-mans-bold working (because of the pain installing luximono) May I recomment the txtt fonts from the txfonts package

Re: CAS exposure in LyX (was Re: Importing Lyx files in SWP)

2009-11-24 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Liviu Andronic wrote, On 24/11/09 11:39: Hello On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 9:34 PM, rgheck rgh...@bobjweil.com wrote: On 11/23/2009 02:05 PM, Liviu Andronic wrote: If I am not mistaking, symbolic calculations can be performed in LyX via maxima, octave, etc. I don't know how current the

apologies: Re: elyxer requests

2010-01-21 Thread Sam Liddicott
Sorry guys... wrong list again Sam

RE: executing a lyx file

2010-02-24 Thread Sam Liddicott
Or: C:\path\to\lyx -e pdf myfile.lyx Sam -Original Message- From: John Kane jrkrid...@yahoo.ca Sent: 24 February 2010 16:29 To: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org; philanthropist longhorn...@gmail.com Subject: Re: executing a lyx file Just click on the dvi or pdf icon or View PDF should work.

Re: new google docs interface, with wave backend. (collaboration trends)

2010-04-13 Thread Sam Liddicott
On 12/04/10 21:28, Jose Quesada wrote: Hi All, New google docs interface, with wave backend. (collaboration trends). googledocs.blogspot.com/2010/04/new-google-docs.html Most people agree that collaboration tools in latex lag behing word/gdocs. LyX has track changes, but it's very hard to

Re: how can I input ^

2010-11-09 Thread Sam Liddicott
Press shift-F5 first Sam zhao_yunsong zhao_yuns...@163.com wrote: SHIFT +^ is binded to the supscript, then how can I input ^ 2010-11-10 zhao_yunsong No virus found Checked by Hillstone Networks AntiVirus

Using Lyx with Noweb help offered

2009-07-09 Thread Sam Liddicott
I've had a dreadful job getting noweb 2.11b and Lyx 2.6.2 to work together nicely. My pain does make me if anyone uses Lyx with noweb recently. I now have a Lyx 2.6.2 document which talks about how to get it working, requiring various changes to Lyx's noweave filters, and some awk to fixup the

Re: Using Lyx with Noweb help offered

2009-07-10 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Paul A. Rubin wrote, On 09/07/09 20:40: Probably better to post it on the wiki (http://wiki.lyx.org/pmwiki.php) -- it would be easier to find (and keep up to date) there. I've made a page at http://wiki.lyx.org/Tools/Noweb but I can't upload the files because I don't have a password or

Re: Using Lyx with Noweb help offered

2009-07-11 Thread Sam Liddicott
Fri Jul 10 2009 4:29:44 pm BST BSTfrom Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.eduSubject: Re: Using Lyx with Noweb help offered Sam Liddicott wrote: * Paul A. Rubin wrote, On 09/07/09 20:40: Probably better to post it on the wiki (http://wiki.lyx.org/pmwiki.php) -- it would be easier

What does lyx munge about the file format to the convertors?

2009-07-14 Thread Sam Liddicott
(I'm using Lyx 1.6.2) A lyx file of mine has this text (when I look inside the raw lyx file) * --8---**--8---**--8---**--8---**--8---* *\begin_layout Section The ntvfs model \end_layout \begin_layout Standard Many vfs modules may be defined, as types of share backends. \end_layout \begin_layout

Re: What does lyx munge about the file format to the convertors?

2009-07-14 Thread Sam Liddicott
I worked it out, it does a tex export first. Sam

Re: What does lyx munge about the file format to the convertors?

2009-07-14 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Sam Liddicott wrote, On 14/07/09 15:14: I worked it out, it does a tex export first. Sam And I'll bet the only reason I had trouble with notangle is because I was running on the Lyx document and not on the tex document. mumble mumble gnash gnash grr grr Sam

Portable tex export

2009-07-14 Thread Sam Liddicott
Is there a portable way to get Lyx to export the latex document in batch mode, independent of what converters the user happens to have defined? Such as might be used by a makefile running in an known environment? (I'm not too pleased about having lyx as a build dependency, but it can be used in

server-goto-file-row goes to line 1

2009-07-15 Thread Sam Liddicott
If I type: server-goto-file-row THISFILENAME.lyx 20 into the Lyx command buffer, it always goes to the top of the document. (I'm using Lyx 1.6.2). Am I using the command wrongly or are there other known problems that someone can comment on? Thanks Sam

Re: server-goto-file-row goes to line 1

2009-07-15 Thread Sam Liddicott
rgheck wrote: On 07/15/2009 10:25 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: If I type: server-goto-file-row THISFILENAME.lyx 20 into the Lyx command buffer, it always goes to the top of the document. (I'm using Lyx 1.6.2). Am I using the command wrongly...? Probably. I suspect you haven't run LaTeX

Re: server-goto-file-row goes to line 1

2009-07-16 Thread Sam Liddicott
* rgheck wrote, On 15/07/09 21:46: On 07/15/2009 03:42 PM, Sam Liddicott wrote: My C sources aren't generated via the tex files (partly because it's not simple to get Lyx to export a tex file from a noweb document without running noweb). I really need to be able to navigate to a line

Re: server-goto-file-row goes to line 1

2009-07-16 Thread Sam Liddicott
* rgheck wrote, On 16/07/09 13:51: On 07/16/2009 06:23 AM, Pavel Sanda wrote: Richard Heck wrote: So are you doing this from outside LyX with calls to the lyxserver? If so, then use a for loop or something and call LFUN_DOWN repeatedly. Slow and stupid, but it'll work. ouch, this

Re: server-goto-file-row goes to line 1

2009-07-16 Thread Sam Liddicott
* rgheck wrote, On 15/07/09 17:28: Here's what the docs say: LFUN_SERVER_GOTO_FILE_ROW * Action Sets the cursor position based on the row number of generated TeX file. * Notion This can be useful for DVI inverse-search or detection of the problematic line from LaTeX compilation. Note

lyx-code / scrap bug?

2009-07-21 Thread Sam Liddicott
Please could someone competent with Lyx 1.6.3 try this; create a literate (noweb) document and have a scrap immediately follow a lyx-code section. In the generated .nw file (in the /tmp/lyx* dir when creating a dvi preview) the file looks like this: \} \end{lyxcode} \selectlanguage{english}%

logical markup and noweb articles

2009-07-24 Thread Sam Liddicott
The logical markup module's code markup: \code{code here} works fine, unless a noweb article is selected, in which case the typewriter font runs through to the rest of the document. The other logical markup types seem to work fine. Any clues for me? (Lyx 1.6.2) Sam

Re: logical markup and noweb articles

2009-07-24 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Sam Liddicott wrote, On 24/07/09 11:13: The logical markup module's code markup: \code{code here} works fine, unless a noweb article is selected, in which case the typewriter font runs through to the rest of the document. The other logical markup types seem to work fine. Any clues

Re: logical markup and noweb articles

2009-07-24 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Sam Liddicott wrote, On 24/07/09 11:13: The logical markup module's code markup: \code{code here} works fine, unless a noweb article is selected, in which case the typewriter font runs through to the rest of the document. The other logical markup types seem to work fine. As far

noweb chunk cross references in lyx

2009-07-24 Thread Sam Liddicott
I can use an ERT: \nextchunklabel{save-handle} to define a label for a code chunk, and then refer to this from another part of the document with ERT: \subpageref{save-handle} Does/Can lyx support this more natively to avoid the ERT, but allow a new label type beginning with nw: ? Sam

lyx deb source Re: LyX 1.6.2 crashed

2009-07-25 Thread Sam Liddicott
Nikos Alexandris wrote: [1] grab a .deb package from http://www.getdeb.net/search.php?keywords=lyx Thanks for posting that link, it was very helpful to me. (No more lyx 1.6.2 bug reports from me, look forward to 1.6.3 bug reports). Although the debs are available from the search results

Re: lyx-code / scrap bug?

2009-07-25 Thread Sam Liddicott
Sam Liddicott wrote: Please could someone competent with Lyx 1.6.3 try this; create a literate (noweb) document and have a scrap immediately follow a lyx-code section. In the generated .nw file (in the /tmp/lyx* dir when creating a dvi preview) the file looks like this: \} \end{lyxcode

shortcuts to apply text style

2009-07-27 Thread Sam Liddicott
With Lyx 1.6.3 I'm trying to define a shortcut which will apply the logical markup text side CharStyle:Code. I think that the command is: textstyle-apply CharStyle:Code but it doesn't do anything; what am I doing wrong? Sam

noweb should be a module not a class

2009-07-27 Thread Sam Liddicott
I think noweb should not exist as a class, but as a module; what if I want to do a KOMA-script book with noweb fragments in? noweb is really used with \usepackage{noweb} showing that it is not actually a document class at all. Perhaps it would be better as a module? Also; if \newenvironment is

Re: shortcuts to apply text style

2009-07-27 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Pavel Sanda wrote, On 27/07/09 11:35: Sam Liddicott wrote: With Lyx 1.6.3 I'm trying to define a shortcut which will apply the logical markup text side CharStyle:Code. I think that the command is: textstyle-apply CharStyle:Code if you look in the lfuns manual you can see that textstyle

Re: noweb should be a module not a class

2009-07-28 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Sam Liddicott wrote, On 27/07/09 11:21: I think noweb should not exist as a class, but as a module; what if I want to do a KOMA-script book with noweb fragments in? I am now absolutely certain that noweb should be a module and not a class. I see however that noweb (literate) file format

Re: noweb should be a module not a class

2009-07-28 Thread Sam Liddicott
Wahey: maybe we can get noweb as a module very simply... I added this file noweb.module to my .lyx/layouts directory (and reconfigured Lyx). --8-8-8-8-8-8-8-8-8--- #\DeclareLyXModule[noweb.sty]{Noweb} #DescriptionBegin #Adds \usepackage{noweb} to your document,

Re: [Fwd: Re: paste gvim -- lyx]

2009-07-28 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Hellmut Weber wrote, On 28/07/09 11:08: Sorry, it must be gvim: 1. Mark text using shift+V + arrow keys 2. alt+e, c (Menu edit, copy) 3. shift to lyx 4. shift+ctrl+v Lyx could do with a paste mode that used CTRL+Enter type line joinings, which would make pasting into code-scraps much

Re: Question: View/Export PDF to Directory

2009-07-28 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Ken wrote, On 28/07/09 12:28: Hi all, I have a simple question which I could not find an answer to online to which I was hoping an experienced LyX user may know the solution. When I click on File Export PDF (pdflatex) the .pdf file gets generated in the same folder as the .lyx file.

alternate code scrap definition

2009-07-28 Thread Sam Liddicott
This is a long post, but quite exciting to anyone who uses or wants to improve literate programming with Lyx. Along with using a literate module instead of a literate class (attached), I've got a suggestion for an alternate code scrap definition. Instead of using LatexType Paragraph with

LyX slow at 1 char per second, 94% cpu

2009-07-28 Thread Sam Liddicott
I'm editing a 146K Lyx document (with no pictures) and the typing speed is dreadful. Characters come out at about 1 character per second with top showing 94% CPU used by Lyx. The same instance of Lyx tabbed to a small document is very fast. Has anyone tips on speeding this up? - hmm a few

Re: LyX slow at 1 char per second, 94% cpu

2009-07-28 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Rich Shepard wrote, On 28/07/09 16:36: On Tue, 28 Jul 2009, Sam Liddicott wrote: Characters come out at about 1 character per second with top showing 94% CPU used by Lyx. Sam, Probably not LyX but other processes running. If you watch top while lyx is idle you can get a better

Re: LyX slow at 1 char per second, 94% cpu

2009-07-28 Thread Sam Liddicott
Steve Litt wrote: On Tuesday 28 July 2009 11:25:34 Sam Liddicott wrote: I'm editing a 146K Lyx document (with no pictures) and the typing speed is dreadful. That's a tiny document. Good :-) Characters come out at about 1 character per second with top showing 94% CPU used

Re: LyX slow at 1 char per second, 94% cpu

2009-07-28 Thread Sam Liddicott
Richard Heck wrote: Did you have ViewSource open? Yes - I'll bet that was it! Nicely spotted, thanks! Sam

Re: LyX slow at 1 char per second, 94% cpu

2009-07-28 Thread Sam Liddicott
Steve Litt wrote: What do you mean by coming out at 1 character per second? Do you mean it allows the typist only 1 char per second input, or do you mean something else? I mean it can't keep up with my typing, but I think Richard guessed right. I'll prove it tomorrow on the same

Re: Setting paragraph style in document class

2009-07-29 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Luca Carlon wrote, On 29/07/09 10:04: Hi! I'm writing a book with LyX using the document class book. I just would like to change the style of the 'Example' paragraph type so that it appears italic. Is this possible? I would like as well to reduce the font size of the text in the caption of

Re: problem with bibliography

2009-07-30 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Beny Spira wrote, On 29/07/09 22:05: Thanks to all that replied It turned out the problem was in some references that contained URL with special characteres. I deleted the URLs and the problem vanished. So... is that a Tex bug? Will you get a cheque for $655.36 ? Sam

Re: Text wrap figure fails in a Hebrew document

2009-07-31 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Yosef Meller wrote, On 31/07/09 09:47: Hi, I am trying to create a wrap figure in LyX. In an English document it works, but in a Hebrew document, inserting a wrap figure causes the DVI or PDF creation to fail with the following error in the LaTeX errors dialog: Argument of \everypar

Border around figure float

2009-08-01 Thread Sam Liddicott
My figure is actually a text rendering of an html website layout and so confusingly seems to merge in with the text of the page. How can I get a border around my figure float? Sam

Emphasis with passthrough

2009-08-06 Thread Sam Liddicott
If I use a layout with Passthrough 1 then the Lyx E emphasis toolbar button will still insert \emph{} but other CharStyle: insets won't work. Is this a bug, or is there some way I can specify an inset so that it also inserts Latex macros into an environment defined with Passthrough 1 Sam

Re: Emphasis with passthrough

2009-08-06 Thread Sam Liddicott
Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Sam Liddicott s...@liddicott.com writes: If I use a layout with Passthrough 1 then the Lyx E emphasis toolbar button will still insert \emph{} but other CharStyle: insets won't work. Is this a bug, or is there some way I can specify an inset so that it also

Re: Emphasis with passthrough

2009-08-06 Thread Sam Liddicott
Sam Liddicott wrote: Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Sam Liddicott s...@liddicott.com writes: If I use a layout with Passthrough 1 then the Lyx E emphasis toolbar button will still insert \emph{} but other CharStyle: insets won't work. Is this a bug, or is there some way I can specify

environment feature request

2009-08-07 Thread Sam Liddicott
Could Lyx please set some environment variables before it calls it's conversion routines? It would save the need to customize the conversion. My current literate-program filter sets them for me: cat $$i | newfangle -Rlyx-build - | env LYX_b=$$b LYX_i=$$i LYX_o=$$o LYX_p=$$p LYX_r=$$r

latex macro help...

2009-08-08 Thread Sam Liddicott
I've got an environment CodeScrap that Lyx treats as a list environment. Each list item is a literate programming chunk, and the list item name is the chunk name. I will be using the listings package to format the latex output; so I start like this: (Please don't comment on the needless

newfangle - the new notangle and no more noweave Re: latex macro help...

2009-08-10 Thread Sam Liddicott
I've managed to avoid blowing up my brain and created a noweb aspect for the latex listings package, with accompanying lyx module. As a result I don't need to use noweave, but I get noweave looking output with the listings generated by the listings package with all it's pretty printing. The lyx

New literate programming with Lyx

2009-08-11 Thread Sam Liddicott
I've posted on http://www.lyx.org/trac/attachment/ticket/6137/ my alternative literate programming style with Lyx. I put this together because literate programming with noweb and Lyx has been absolutely awful in so many ways - if I wasn't a sed wizard I'd have given up. I encourage people to try

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 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 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

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: help - some questions

2009-08-21 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Ricardo Perrone wrote, On 21/08/09 04:05: Hi, I need a little help with some questions: I've thought of such things from time to time, and concluded that the style authors have more knowledge of typesetting than I do, and that my opinion of more appropriate space probably enjoys less

Re: help - some questions

2009-08-21 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Olivier Ripoll wrote, On 21/08/09 10:29: Sam Liddicott wrote: * Ricardo Perrone wrote, On 21/08/09 04:05: Hi, [...] You can mess with tie \fontsize{}{} command; insert this in your pre-amble: \newcommand\sizetf[1]{\begingroup\fontsize{10.5}{12}\selectfont{#1}\endgroup} then you can

\index expressions

2009-08-21 Thread Sam Liddicott
I'm trying to extend the indexing of newfangle literate code chunks. I'm: \usepackage{index} so that I can have multiple indexes; but the \index{} command seems to literally interpret the first parameter, so that \index{\chunkname} indexes \chunkname instead of the name. I've tried all kinds of

Re: \index expressions

2009-08-21 Thread Sam Liddicott
do any tricks with \def\trick#1 where is delimiters to try and the name it out of the original text, as #1 macros seem to make it through fine... Sam Sam Liddicott wrote: I'm trying to extend the indexing of newfangle literate code chunks. I'm: \usepackage{index} so that I can have

Re: Re : [Lyx] explicit mail subject

2009-09-02 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Delta moins wrote, On 02/09/09 09:28: Ok I knew this solution and yeah it works. I will use it. If I'm the only for who an explicit mail subject lacks it's ok. You're not the only one. I heartily wish it had a list-id header. Sam

offtopic Re: [Lyx] explicit mail subject

2009-09-02 Thread Sam Liddicott
* A B wrote, On 02/09/09 09:53: Your message has: From: Manveru manv...@manveru.pl which is not helpful. I'm currently sorting based on To: or Cc: having lyx-users@lists.lyx.org which sadly also selects messages that were emailed to me. I'll have to have my sorting rules like this: 1.

Re: Re : [Lyx] explicit mail subject

2009-09-02 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Kornel Benko wrote, On 02/09/09 10:33: Am Wednesday 02 September 2009 schrieb Sam Liddicott: * Delta moins wrote, On 02/09/09 09:28: Ok I knew this solution and yeah it works. I will use it. If I'm the only for who an explicit mail subject lacks it's ok. You're not the only one. I heartily

Re: Re : [Lyx] explicit mail subject

2009-09-02 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Andrew Sullivan wrote, On 02/09/09 14:10: On Wed, Sep 02, 2009 at 11:38:02AM +0100, Sam Liddicott wrote: The Delivered-To: header is not the same as the list-id header - I'm more interested in how the message reached me (via the list or not), Delivered-To: signifies something else, and my

Re: [Lyx] explicit mail subject

2009-09-02 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Paul A. Rubin wrote, On 02/09/09 15:57: I understand there are some concerns about tampering with the subject line (and what happens when replies and forwards occur). What about creating a LyX-specific header (X-LyX: userlist or X-LyX: developerlist or whatever)? Will the list mailer (and

Re: [Lyx] explicit mail subject

2009-09-11 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Murray Eisenberg wrote, On 11/09/09 14:45: Likewise, I find no way to modify the header in Thunderbird (at least the Windows Version), which is a common e-mail client. In Thunderbird, I can, of course, set up a filter which looks at the CC: field and sends any lyx-users@lists.lyx.org

Karmic Koala update slows down lyx

2009-09-12 Thread Sam Liddicott
The most recent Karmic Koala updates make updating the Lyx caret (text position) very slow. If I click the left-arrow, it takes a second before the caret is seen in the new position and the old position is not erased properly. This may not be a problem with Lyx, but I'm curious to know if

Re: Karmic Koala update slows down lyx

2009-09-14 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Uwe Stöhr wrote, On 12/09/09 21:41: Andre Poenitz schrieb: The most recent Karmic Koala updates make updating the Lyx caret (text position) very slow. What is Karmic Koala? The next Ubuntu release (9.10) PS: On Fridays I would have suggested to look at http://lmgtfy.com/?q=karmic+koala

Re: Lyx and Ubuntu Hardy

2009-09-17 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Sven Hoexter wrote, On 17/09/09 10:47: So maybe the easy way out for the OP might be to switch away from the LTS release to the latest whatever is 'stable'. I echo that. LTS means I prefer stability over new releases and that's exactly when it gives. If people find they would rather have

Re: Lyx and Ubuntu Hardy

2009-09-17 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Sven Hoexter wrote, On 17/09/09 15:54: On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 03:15:12PM +0100, Sam Liddicott wrote: And yet... running XP wouldn't stop me using the latest Lyx on windows so it's somewhat funny that a similar situation holds true for Ubuntu. Actually nothing stops you from compiling

Re: Karmic Koala update slows down lyx

2009-09-22 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Sam Liddicott wrote, On 12/09/09 14:34: The most recent Karmic Koala updates make updating the Lyx caret (text position) very slow. If I click the left-arrow, it takes a second before the caret is seen in the new position and the old position is not erased properly. This may

Re: program listing

2009-10-12 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Sajjad wrote, On 12/10/09 14:08: Hello forum, I want to write pseudo-code and i am doing that inside the program listing. But when i generate the pdf , the code are cropped sideways. Any hint to get around that issue? Use smaller fonts, or short lines? Sam

Re: program listing

2009-10-13 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Sajjad wrote, On 12/10/09 14:08: Hello forum, I want to write pseudo-code and i am doing that inside the program listing. But when i generate the pdf , the code are cropped sideways. Any hint to get around that issue? Regards Sajjad

Re: UML in Lyx.

2009-10-14 Thread Sam Liddicott
* nikunj . wrote, On 14/10/09 09:36: Hi, I have lyx 1.6.4 installed and want to draw few UML diagrams, like class diagram, activity diagram and sequence diagrams in Lyx. What should I do ? Any cue would be helpful. Thanks, Nikunj. If you search in http://www.ctan.org/ you can find some

Re: References in program listings

2009-10-14 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Luca Carlon wrote, On 14/10/09 11:47: Hi! Is it possible to insert references in program listings? I tried to do that but the button apply is disabled. I tried even to copy and paste a reference but the reference doesn't appear in the PDF. Is there any reason why this is not possible? Do you

Re: References in program listings

2009-10-14 Thread Sam Liddicott
Luca Carlon wrote: Sam Liddicott s...@... writes: Do you want to reference other parts of the document or other listings? If you use newfangle: http://repo.or.cz/w/newfangle.git then you can create references between code blocks, or references within the document to a code block from

textcomp Error: symbol \textuparrow not provided by

2009-11-10 Thread Sam Liddicott
Having just added a symbol up-arrow, every time I build my PDF, Lyx gives this error: textcomp Error: symbol \textuparrow not provided by (by is the last word of the error) althought the PDF displays the arrow just fine. The arrow is in a LyxCode environment, but further testing shows that

Re: textcomp Error: symbol \textuparrow not provided by

2009-11-11 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Uwe Stöhr wrote, On 10/11/09 17:32: Sam Liddicott schrieb: Having just added a symbol up-arrow, every time I build my PDF, Lyx gives this error: textcomp Error: symbol \textuparrow not provided by (by is the last word of the error) Can you please provide a _small_ LyX example file

Phantom spaces

2009-11-11 Thread Sam Liddicott
In the attached lyx file, phantom at the beginning of a line results in a new-line. I have to use ctrl-space and insert a hard space to get the phantom to take any effect. I'm also thinking what about a phantom text style (as text styles can be nested) but this might need whatever magic is

Re: textcomp Error: symbol \textuparrow not provided by

2009-11-11 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Uwe Stöhr wrote, On 11/11/09 14:08: Sam Liddicott schrieb: Having just added a symbol up-arrow, every time I build my PDF, Lyx gives this error: textcomp Error: symbol \textuparrow not provided by It seems to be a conflict with luximono The luximono font does not yet provide a glyph

Howto: Poor mans bold

2009-11-11 Thread Sam Liddicott
I've been struggling for a long time to get poor-mans-bold working (because of the pain installing luximono) and now I've got it working, I post the answer here: In your pre-amble: \usepackage{amsbsy} and then to have bold ttfamily text, \ttfamily\pmb{bold} With lstlistings, I just do:

Re: textcomp Error: symbol \textuparrow not provided by

2009-11-12 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Uwe Stöhr wrote, On 11/11/09 15:16: Sam Liddicott schrieb: I find it interesting that the up-arrow still rendered, but that the error stopped lyx's latex run (and second run to resolve references). This is the correct behaviour: When a LaTeX-error occurs, LyX stops because LaTeX stops

Re: Howto: Poor mans bold

2009-11-12 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Sam Liddicott wrote, On 11/11/09 15:48: I've been struggling for a long time to get poor-mans-bold working (because of the pain installing luximono) and now I've got it working, I post the answer here: In your pre-amble: \usepackage{amsbsy} and then to have bold ttfamily text, \ttfamily

Re: Howto: Poor mans bold

2009-11-12 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Guenter Milde wrote, On 11/11/09 20:24: On 2009-11-11, Sam Liddicott wrote: I've been struggling for a long time to get poor-mans-bold working (because of the pain installing luximono) May I recomment the txtt fonts from the txfonts package? While the txfonts package is said to have

Re: Howto: Poor mans bold

2009-11-12 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Sam Liddicott wrote, On 12/11/09 09:52: * Guenter Milde wrote, On 11/11/09 20:24: On 2009-11-11, Sam Liddicott wrote: I've been struggling for a long time to get poor-mans-bold working (because of the pain installing luximono) May I recomment the txtt fonts from the txfonts package

Re: CAS exposure in LyX (was Re: Importing Lyx files in SWP)

2009-11-24 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Liviu Andronic wrote, On 24/11/09 11:39: Hello On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 9:34 PM, rgheck rgh...@bobjweil.com wrote: On 11/23/2009 02:05 PM, Liviu Andronic wrote: If I am not mistaking, symbolic calculations can be performed in LyX via maxima, octave, etc. I don't know how current the

apologies: Re: elyxer requests

2010-01-21 Thread Sam Liddicott
Sorry guys... wrong list again Sam

RE: executing a lyx file

2010-02-24 Thread Sam Liddicott
Or: C:\path\to\lyx -e pdf myfile.lyx Sam -Original Message- From: John Kane jrkrid...@yahoo.ca Sent: 24 February 2010 16:29 To: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org; philanthropist longhorn...@gmail.com Subject: Re: executing a lyx file Just click on the dvi or pdf icon or View PDF should work.

Re: new google docs interface, with wave backend. (collaboration trends)

2010-04-13 Thread Sam Liddicott
On 12/04/10 21:28, Jose Quesada wrote: Hi All, New google docs interface, with wave backend. (collaboration trends). googledocs.blogspot.com/2010/04/new-google-docs.html Most people agree that collaboration tools in latex lag behing word/gdocs. LyX has track changes, but it's very hard to

Re: how can I input ^

2010-11-09 Thread Sam Liddicott
Press shift-F5 first Sam zhao_yunsong zhao_yuns...@163.com wrote: SHIFT +^ is binded to the supscript, then how can I input ^ 2010-11-10 zhao_yunsong No virus found Checked by Hillstone Networks AntiVirus

Using Lyx with Noweb help offered

2009-07-09 Thread Sam Liddicott
I've had a dreadful job getting noweb 2.11b and Lyx 2.6.2 to work together nicely. My pain does make me if anyone uses Lyx with noweb recently. I now have a Lyx 2.6.2 document which talks about how to get it working, requiring various changes to Lyx's noweave filters, and some awk to fixup the

Re: Using Lyx with Noweb help offered

2009-07-10 Thread Sam Liddicott
* Paul A. Rubin wrote, On 09/07/09 20:40: Probably better to post it on the wiki (http://wiki.lyx.org/pmwiki.php) -- it would be easier to find (and keep up to date) there. I've made a page at http://wiki.lyx.org/Tools/Noweb but I can't upload the files because I don't have a password or

Re: Using Lyx with Noweb help offered

2009-07-11 Thread Sam Liddicott
Fri Jul 10 2009 4:29:44 pm BST BSTfrom Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.eduSubject: Re: Using Lyx with Noweb help offered Sam Liddicott wrote: * Paul A. Rubin wrote, On 09/07/09 20:40: Probably better to post it on the wiki (http://wiki.lyx.org/pmwiki.php) -- it would be easier

What does lyx munge about the file format to the convertors?

2009-07-14 Thread Sam Liddicott
(I'm using Lyx 1.6.2) A lyx file of mine has this text (when I look inside the raw lyx file) * --8---**--8---**--8---**--8---**--8---* *\begin_layout Section The ntvfs model \end_layout \begin_layout Standard Many vfs modules may be defined, as types of share backends. \end_layout \begin_layout

Re: What does lyx munge about the file format to the convertors?

2009-07-14 Thread Sam Liddicott
I worked it out, it does a tex export first. Sam

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