Re: R.I.P. WYSIWYG

2005-10-17 Thread Steve Litt
tuning would be really obnoxious. But for day to day short stories and web pages, I'm a WYSIWYG man. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon of the Successful

Problems with my editor's note environment

2005-10-17 Thread Steve Litt
in the minipage -- not just the words Editor's Note. Go figure. I'm sure my mistakes are minor, but I can't find them. Anybody have an idea? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Rapid

Re: Chapter with numbering but without word chapter - more questions...

2005-10-29 Thread Steve Litt
a new chapter starts? Please have a look at the book The LaTeX Companion 2nd edition. All details are explained there in Chapter 2.2. regards Uwe Where does one get The LaTeX Companion 2nd edition? Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting

Can't see my layout environments

2005-10-29 Thread Steve Litt
style and nothing changed. And yes, I'm doing Edit-reconfigure every time. Any ideas? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon of the Successful

Re: Can't see my layout environments

2005-10-29 Thread Steve Litt
commented out the Topnote style and nothing changed. And yes, I'm doing Edit-reconfigure every time. Any ideas? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Rapid Learning: Secret

Upcoming LyX versions

2005-10-31 Thread Steve Litt
Hi all, I seem to remember that an upcoming LyX version will have a different native format. What will that native format be? Will it still be a front end to LaTeX, or will it go in a different direction? Also, when will we have character styles? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author

Re: Custom titlepage

2005-10-31 Thread Steve Litt
look. Ideally they'd be created with a paint program, but obviously doing so would be a huge hassle, so instead I simply fine tune with voluminous ERT, and it works out quite nicely. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques

Re: Can't see my layout environments SOLVED

2005-10-31 Thread Steve Litt
style. Another symptom would be wierd line numbers on LyX error messages. SteveT On Saturday 29 October 2005 10:31 pm, Steve Litt wrote: I have more info. I deleted all references to TopNote from the file, reperformed texhash, then went into LyX and did Edit-reconfigure and then restarted LyX

Re: Problems with my editor's note environment SOLVED

2005-11-01 Thread Steve Litt
On Monday 17 October 2005 12:12 pm, Steve Litt wrote: Hi all, My editor's not environment has 2 problems: 1. I cannot center the word Editor's Note The problem was that I was doing something like this: \center{Editor's Note}\\% or this: \centering{Editor's Note}\\% Both of the preceding

Making a LyX environment with arguments

2005-11-05 Thread Steve Litt
What syntax mistakes have I made as far as passing the 1 inch and 3 inch arguments, both in the LyX style and in the LaTeX environment? Please don't worry about the uselessness of having both arguments skip space in the same place -- this is just a proof of concept. Thanks SteveT Steve Litt

Writing text on the Part page

2005-12-10 Thread Steve Litt
be the explanation. I'd like to put a few paragraphs of explanation right on the Part page. Anyone know how to do that? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon

Superscript

2005-12-10 Thread Steve Litt
Hi all, I just went to write O2, as in two oxygen atoms stuck together, and saw no provision for superscripting the 2, at least not on the Format-Character dialog box. There was also no subscript. I know this can't be true -- how do I do it? I'm using LyX 1.3.3. Thanks SteveT Steve Litt

Re: Superscript SOLVED

2005-12-10 Thread Steve Litt
On Saturday 10 December 2005 02:12 pm, Charles de Miramon wrote: Steve Litt wrote: Hi all, I just went to write O2, as in two oxygen atoms stuck together, and saw no provision for superscripting the 2, at least not on the Format-Character dialog box. There was also no subscript. I know

Re: Superscript SOLVED

2005-12-16 Thread Steve Litt
On Monday 12 December 2005 05:24 am, Geoffrey Lloyd wrote: On Sat, 10 Dec 2005, Steve Litt wrote: On Saturday 10 December 2005 02:12 pm, Charles de Miramon wrote: Steve Litt wrote: Hi all, I just went to write O2, as in two oxygen atoms stuck together, and saw no provision

What do you guys prefer

2005-12-16 Thread Steve Litt
Hi all, Which you guys think is better, ragged right or justified right? It's a book of short stories. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon

Re: I lost a very useful feature

2005-12-20 Thread Steve Litt
for me in LyX 1.3.3. The sections still had numbers. I use a layout derived from Memoir. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon of the Successful Technologist

Re: What do you guys prefer

2005-12-20 Thread Steve Litt
On Monday 19 December 2005 07:14 am, Herbert Voss wrote: Steve Litt wrote: Hi all, Which you guys think is better, ragged right or justified right? It's a book of short stories. a short story of one page looks nicer with ragged right. This is the reason why I would choose always ragged

Re: Writing text on the Part page SOLVED with KLUDGE

2005-12-21 Thread Steve Litt
On Sunday 11 December 2005 03:30 pm, Herbert Voss wrote: Steve Litt wrote: For my next book I'm using a derivative of the Memoir class. My next book has two distinct parts that have two very different functions in the book. Each needs an explanation, and because it's a book of short

Crammed roman numerals in table of contents

2005-12-21 Thread Steve Litt
enough that the problem isn't the length of the titles. How can I put extra space between the number and the part title within the table of contents? SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist

Fancyhdr doesn't work with Memoir

2005-12-21 Thread Steve Litt
}{}{}{} \makeoddfoot{plain}{}{}{} \makeevenhead{cleared}{}{}{} \makeoddhead{cleared}{}{}{} \makeevenfoot{cleared}{}{\thepage}{} \makeoddfoot{cleared}{}{\thepage}{} \makeheadrule{plain}{\textwidth}{1pt} SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting

Re: Crammed roman numerals in table of contents

2005-12-24 Thread Steve Litt
On Thursday 22 December 2005 09:36 am, Bennett Helm wrote: On Dec 21, 2005, at 6:10 PM, Steve Litt wrote: Hi all, I'm using a modified Memoir document class. I have 6 parts in the book, and the parts numbering needs to be in the table of contents as roman numerals. Unfortunately, III

Using 14 point font in Memoir

2005-12-24 Thread Steve Litt
use Vim to strongarm the .lyx file itself to \paperfontsize 14, when I View-postscript the typesize is 10, which is Memoir's default. How do I use Memoir's 14 point size? SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful

Raising the table of contents

2005-12-26 Thread Steve Litt
document class, so I cannot\usepackage{tocloft} -- it gives 24 errors if I try. Any ideas how to raise the Contents header on the table of contents page? SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist

Re: Crammed roman numerals in table of contents

2005-12-27 Thread Steve Litt
On Tuesday 27 December 2005 07:08 am, Kevin Pfeiffer wrote: Steve Litt writes: On Thursday 22 December 2005 09:36 am, Bennett Helm wrote: On Dec 21, 2005, at 6:10 PM, Steve Litt wrote: [...] How can I put extra space between the number and the part title within the table

Re: Crammed roman numerals in table of contents

2005-12-28 Thread Steve Litt
On Wednesday 28 December 2005 03:16 am, Kevin Pfeiffer wrote: Steve Litt writes: On Tuesday 27 December 2005 07:08 am, Kevin Pfeiffer wrote: [...] The package tocloft has lots of information about this (and many other things one can do to modify the toc, lof, etc. (Actually I

Re: Crammed roman numerals in table of contents

2005-12-28 Thread Steve Litt
On Wednesday 28 December 2005 11:29 am, Juergen Spitzmueller wrote: Steve Litt wrote: It's too bad Peter Wilson didn't include more. I REALLY could have used some more of the tocloft variables, especially \cftbeforetoctitleskip. could you tell me again why this hint didn't work for you

Re: Crammed roman numerals in table of contents

2005-12-30 Thread Steve Litt
On Thursday 29 December 2005 06:06 am, Juergen Spitzmueller wrote: Steve Litt wrote: Thanks Jürgen, I just tried both suggestions, and neither \renewcommand{\tocheadstart}{} nor \renewcommand{\tocheadstart}{\vspace*{7in}} made any difference in where the CONTENTS title started

Book cover in LyX file

2006-03-23 Thread Steve Litt
Hi all, I'm making my first Ebook, and want to have the front cover be part of the final PDF file. That means it, and a following blank page, has to come before the title page. I'd like the cover page to be a graphic. How do I do this? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal

Re: Book cover in LyX file

2006-03-24 Thread Steve Litt
Message - From: Jose' Matos [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org Sent: Friday, March 24, 2006 7:39 AM Subject: Re: Book cover in LyX file On Thursday 23 March 2006 21:03, Steve Litt wrote: Hi all, I'm making my first Ebook, and want to have the front cover be part of the final

How do you make a wide footer in memoir

2006-03-24 Thread Steve Litt
anywhere by preceding it with the proper \hspace{}. But that trick doesn't work in the footer. Any ideas? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon

Re: Chapter title and section name in the left and right pages

2006-03-31 Thread Steve Litt
to understand what's in the headers and footers section. Thanks Steve Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon of the Successful Technologist Webmaster

Edge to edge footer?

2006-03-31 Thread Steve Litt
anywhere by preceding it with the proper \hspace{}. But that trick doesn't work in the footer. Any ideas? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon

Nonprintable text in pdf output

2006-04-08 Thread Steve Litt
Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon of the Successful Technologist Webmaster * Troubleshooters.Com * http://www.troubleshooters.com

Re: Nonprintable text in pdf output SOLVED

2006-04-08 Thread Steve Litt
On Saturday 08 April 2006 03:34 pm, Steve Litt wrote: Hi all, Is there a way I can have something in my LyX file (maybe a comment environment or something), and have it occur in the PDF output without having it print or be viewable? If that's not possible, is there a way I can brand a PDF

Re: Linking referencing

2006-04-08 Thread Steve Litt
: it is possible to refer to the marker keys in another LaTeX document by means of David Carlisle's xr package, which is a part of the tools collection (Section B.5.4). On my computer, I found the xr package as: /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/tool/xr.sty I hope this helps. SteveT Steve Litt

Re: Nonprintable text in pdf output SOLVED

2006-04-09 Thread Steve Litt
On Saturday 08 April 2006 09:07 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sat, 8 Apr 2006, Steve Litt wrote: Hi Steve I think I understand what you're doing, but would you mind explaining why? best regards /Christian PS. Then I could add what you wrote to some wiki page if you'd like, but only

Frontmatter aware PDF?

2006-04-10 Thread Steve Litt
this behavior on the gv, xpdf and acroread (for Linux) pdf readers. Does anyone know how to produce a PDF that preserves the reader's page reset at the beginning of mainmatter? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques

Re: LyX 1.4.1 is released

2006-04-11 Thread Steve Litt
Does 1.4.1 have character styles? SteveT On Tuesday 11 April 2006 05:57 am, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Public release of LyX version 1.4.1 === We are pleased to announce the release of LyX 1.4.1. This is a bug fix release, but some of the bugs were big. In

Re: LyX 1.4.1 is released

2006-04-12 Thread Steve Litt
On Wednesday 12 April 2006 05:05 am, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Steve == Steve Litt [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Steve Does 1.4.1 have character styles? Yes. JMarc * * \ o / \|/ | Y E S

How to turn off hyphenation in the footer only?

2006-04-15 Thread Steve Litt
Hi all, How do I turn off hyphenation in a footer, while leaving hyphenation in the rest of the document on? SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon

Re: margins in a double-sided document

2006-04-19 Thread Steve Litt
one that's off. I'll bet you need something like \cleardoublepage or something like that to do it right. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon of the Successful

Re: FW: Header problem

2006-05-03 Thread Steve Litt
. In my opinion it really works out well. If anyone wants to see the LaTeX code, I'll post it. Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting

Re: make a .pdf of part of a document

2006-05-21 Thread Steve Litt
, thanks so much for the PDF FAQ. It let me do a bunch of stuff I'd wanted to do but had given up on. SteveT -- Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting

Re: make a .pdf of part of a document WORKAROUND

2006-05-21 Thread Steve Litt
On Sunday 21 May 2006 01:32 pm, Steve Litt wrote: On Friday 19 May 2006 11:56 am, Paul A. Rubin wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: May I suggest that you add these methods/tips to this page: http://wiki.lyx.org/FAQ/PDF Done. /Paul Thanks Paul and everyone, [clip] 3) My book

How to reset page number in a lyx generated pdf?

2006-05-21 Thread Steve Litt
or ps2pdf, the page numbering change is discarded and page numbering starts from the first physical page. Any ideas how to do preserve my frontmatter/mainmatter page number change into the pdf file? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware

pst-psf package didn't work for me

2006-05-21 Thread Steve Litt
used pst-pdf, and if so, what did you do differently from me? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting * Twenty Eight Tales

Re: make a .pdf of part of a document

2006-05-21 Thread Steve Litt
to the left. There was no obvious differentiating factor between when it worked and when it didn't. Lacking the time to isolate the factors determining whether it worked, I put it aside for awhile. Thanks for the suggestion. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware

Re: How to reset page number in a lyx generated pdf?

2006-05-21 Thread Steve Litt
On Sunday 21 May 2006 04:54 pm, Paul A. Rubin wrote: Steve Litt wrote: Hi all, Like most books, my page numbering starts over when frontmatter becomes mainmatter. When I export to postscript, that numbering change is carried through and the gv program's page numbering reflects

Re: How to reset page number in a lyx generated pdf?

2006-05-21 Thread Steve Litt
email I sent a small example that exhibited the symptom with the book document class. Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting * Twenty

Re: How to reset page number in a lyx generated pdf?

2006-05-22 Thread Steve Litt
On Monday 22 May 2006 11:42 am, Paul A. Rubin wrote: Steve Litt wrote: Here's a fairly minimal test.lyx. On my system, when I View-Postscript, the gv page numbers reset at page 1 (gv pages 1, 1 and 2 correspond to logical pages i, 1 and 2). This is correct. However, when I View-PDF

Re: How to reset page number in a lyx generated pdf?

2006-05-23 Thread Steve Litt
On Monday 22 May 2006 07:24 pm, Paul A. Rubin wrote: Steve Litt wrote: On Monday 22 May 2006 11:42 am, Paul A. Rubin wrote: Steve Litt wrote: Here's a fairly minimal test.lyx. On my system, when I View-Postscript, the gv page numbers reset at page 1 (gv pages 1, 1 and 2 correspond

Re: A debate topic: What can LyX still learn from scientific workplace?

2006-05-24 Thread Steve Litt
, I'd like to be part of the crew that does it. Should we start designing it on this mailing list? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting

Re: A debate topic: What can LyX still learn from scientific workplace?

2006-05-26 Thread Steve Litt
On Thursday 25 May 2006 07:43 pm, Stephen Harris wrote: [clip] Designing such a menu seems quite ambitious, even for a subset of possibilities. I would have thought it impossible if Steve Litt, who wrote the layout tutorial, hadn't said he thought it was a good idea. It just seems so dynamic

Re: A debate topic: What can LyX still learn from scientific workplace?

2006-05-26 Thread Steve Litt
be extremely helpful in learning the most commonly used commands. I know how to do that in HTML, using CSS, I think. Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical

Re: Sharing layout files

2006-05-29 Thread Steve Litt
. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting * Twenty Eight Tales of Troubleshooting * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon of the Successful Technologist

Re: Sharing layout files

2006-05-30 Thread Steve Litt
On Tuesday 30 May 2006 11:27 am, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, 29 May 2006, Steve Litt wrote: On Monday 29 May 2006 02:54 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You ask a very good question, and to be honest I have no idea whatsoever why people aren't sharing their layouts, but here's two gueses

Re: Separate articles into book chapters

2006-06-12 Thread Steve Litt
, Section, Subsection, SubSubsection, Paragraph and SubParagraph environments, and then paste that into an empty document preamble. Also, I frequently make small tweaks to a LyX document in Vim. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques

Re: Layout copyright; was: Re: Sharing layout files

2006-06-12 Thread Steve Litt
their code, and then I have to prove that mine preceded theirs. Others might like the BSD license, or the Mozilla license, or whatever -- wouldn't it be their option rather than that of the Wiki? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting

Re: Layout copyright; was: Re: Sharing layout files

2006-06-12 Thread Steve Litt
since everything on this list is equally visible... OTOH, I was quite reluctant the first few messages I posted to this list). In my case it's 100% the former. I have no problem with revealing my mistakes worldwide, but don't have a lot of time to learn the ins and outs of Wikis. SteveT Steve

Subtitles

2006-06-13 Thread Steve Litt
the dickens out of the thing to make it look the way I want, but this is a common enough thing that I bet somebody's made something to do this (hopefully a Subtitle environemnt or something like that). I'm using my own derivative of the Book environment for this project. Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author

Box environment with variable label

2006-06-13 Thread Steve Litt
the LaTeX environment with an argument of \breakouttext, and warning type=fine_tuning at the end of the paragraph before the breakout box I put ERT that says \dev\breaktouttext{This shall be my title}. My solution works fine, but Is there a more LyX like way to do this? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt

Re: Subtitles

2006-06-13 Thread Steve Litt
On Tuesday 13 June 2006 05:40 pm, Rich Shepard wrote: On Tue, 13 Jun 2006, Steve Litt wrote: Typically, the subtitle is longer than the title and therefore is printed in a smaller font. What I'd like to do is have them both on the title page. I'm using my own derivative of the Book

Re: Font size

2006-06-14 Thread Steve Litt
import, export and tweak with ease. Bottom line -- whenever someone says you just write the content and let LyX format it, please remember that the self-publisher must control both content and look, hopefully without huge difficulty. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting

Re: Subtitles

2006-06-14 Thread Steve Litt
from what I understand), we'd all be much happier LyX users if we could whip out a quick LaTeX solution to our formatting needs. Thanks so much SteveT On Wednesday 14 June 2006 09:34 am, Matej Cepl wrote: Steve Litt wrote: If you notice, most modern books have two lines to their title

Re: Subtitles

2006-06-14 Thread Steve Litt
On Wednesday 14 June 2006 01:50 pm, Rich Shepard wrote: On Wed, 14 Jun 2006, Steve Litt wrote: I know you didn't learn it in Kopka and Daly's Guide to LaTeX, because I read that book cover to cover and there were no more than a few sentences on the use of the \let TeX primative. Steve

Re: Subtitles

2006-06-14 Thread Steve Litt
On Wednesday 14 June 2006 01:55 pm, Jose' Matos wrote: At least for me LaTeX tips and tricks is always a nice place to start. Thanks Jose, Are you referring to http://tug.org/TeXnik/mainFAQ.cgi/? SteveT

LyX Title environment

2006-06-14 Thread Steve Litt
, and get no ideas from that. Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting * Twenty Eight Tales of Troubleshooting * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon

Re: Subtitles

2006-06-14 Thread Steve Litt
the preceding code into my LyX .layout file right after the preamble statement did absolutely nothing, even when I hardcoded stuff into it. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide

Re: Subtitles

2006-06-15 Thread Steve Litt
On Thursday 15 June 2006 06:06 am, Jose' Matos wrote: On Wednesday 14 June 2006 20:25, Steve Litt wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] I don't know what I am talking about (you have been warned) but should not this be \renewcommand{\maketitle}{% ? After all \maketitle is already defined. Hi

Turning a LyX environment into a LaTeX command

2006-06-15 Thread Steve Litt
2001. Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting * Twenty Eight Tales of Troubleshooting * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon

How to make home grown layouts much easier

2006-06-15 Thread Steve Litt
a ton easier, and would kill a main source of resistance to LyX -- inability to easily make your own layout files. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical

Re: Layout copyright; was: Re: Sharing layout files

2006-06-16 Thread Steve Litt
On Thursday 15 June 2006 06:06 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, 12 Jun 2006, David Neeley wrote: Comments within On 6/12/06, Steve Litt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Why can't the original author label his or her contribution as Licensed under the GNU General Public License, Version

Re: Layout copyright; was: Re: Sharing layout files

2006-06-16 Thread Steve Litt
font to another that a patent would be issued? SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting * Twenty Eight Tales of Troubleshooting * Rapid Learning

Re: Layout copyright; was: Re: Sharing layout files

2006-06-16 Thread Steve Litt
files aren't that type of work. Thanks for the clarification and good idea. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting * Twenty Eight Tales

Re: Inserting a tab indented outline into a lyx document

2006-06-18 Thread Steve Litt
On Sunday 18 June 2006 06:21 pm, Paul A. Rubin wrote: Steve Litt wrote: Hi all, In several places in my latest book I need to insert tab indented outlines. Here's an example: Whole program Initialize Open input file for read Open output file for write

Re: Copyrights of material contributed to the wiki (Was: Layout..)

2006-06-19 Thread Steve Litt
program, so I don't (and I'm not a lawyer ;-) think it's legally required to have the layout file be GPL. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting

Re: Confused about Lyx's goals -- isn't this supposed to increase productivity?

2006-06-19 Thread Steve Litt
://www.troubleshooters.cxm/linux/lyx/index.htm HTH SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting * Twenty Eight Tales of Troubleshooting * Rapid Learning

Re: Easing the editing/correction of LyX documents

2006-06-19 Thread Steve Litt
. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting * Twenty Eight Tales of Troubleshooting * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon of the Successful Technologist

Re: Confused about Lyx's goals -- isn't this supposed to increase productivity?

2006-06-22 Thread Steve Litt
all that significant? SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting * Twenty Eight Tales of Troubleshooting * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon

Re: Serious performance problem with LyX 1.4.1 on OS X

2006-06-26 Thread Steve Litt
stuff like that. I use the Xforms interface in 1.3.6 (and have for many older versions), and personally I never did see the need to have it support anything else -- after all, LyX is just a simple front end to LaTeX. SteveT -- Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process

Re: Serious performance problem with LyX 1.4.1 on OS X

2006-06-26 Thread Steve Litt
On Monday 26 June 2006 11:42 am, Bennett Helm wrote: On Jun 26, 2006, at 11:26 AM, Steve Litt wrote: Hi Yaron, I've never used LyX 1.4.x, but from what I understand they've made LyX support multiple graphics libraries, whereas in the old days it was just Xforms. See if there's any

Re: Serious performance problem with LyX 1.4.1 on OS X

2006-06-26 Thread Steve Litt
On Monday 26 June 2006 02:14 pm, Juergen Spitzmueller wrote: Steve Litt wrote: Is the default graphics library on LyX 1.4 Qt? Yes. It already was in LyX 1.3 IIRC. That's interesting. I use 1.3.5 currently. How can I tell whether I'm using Xforms or Qt? I assumed Xforms because it looks

Re: Serious performance problem with LyX 1.4.1 on OS X

2006-06-26 Thread Steve Litt
On Monday 26 June 2006 04:32 pm, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Steve == Steve Litt [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Steve On Monday 26 June 2006 02:14 pm, Juergen Spitzmueller wrote: Steve Litt wrote: Is the default graphics library on LyX 1.4 Qt? Yes. It already was in LyX 1.3 IIRC. Steve

Re: Serious performance problem with LyX 1.4.1 on OS X

2006-06-26 Thread Steve Litt
On Monday 26 June 2006 05:52 pm, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Steve == Steve Litt [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Steve So I officially withdraw my objections to qt. I've been using Steve it the past several months, thinking it was Xforms, and liking Steve it just fine. :) If you ever upgrade

Rude awakening in 1.4.1

2006-06-28 Thread Steve Litt
files. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting * Twenty Eight Tales of Troubleshooting * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon of the Successful

Re: Rude awakening in 1.4.1

2006-06-29 Thread Steve Litt
On Thursday 29 June 2006 02:34 am, Georg Baum wrote: Steve Litt wrote: Then I copied one of my books to junk.lyx, did a tools-reconfigure (it's not edit-reconfigure anymore), and got this error: Using the default document class, because

Navigation wierd in 1.4.1

2006-06-29 Thread Steve Litt
, and was much less confusing. How can I set LyX so it does navigation like 1.3.x, and drills down a level at a time. Thanks Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical

Character styles in 1.4.1

2006-06-29 Thread Steve Litt
Well, I could RTFM, but I bet a lot of people want to know the same thing, so I'll just be lazy and ask. How does one create a character style in 1.4.1, and how does one invoke that character style on some highlighted text? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting

Re: lyx-1.4.1 to Mandriva 2006

2006-06-29 Thread Steve Litt
help the developers nail this elusive bug. HTH SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting * Twenty Eight Tales of Troubleshooting * Rapid Learning

Re: lyx-1.4.1 to Mandriva 2006

2006-06-30 Thread Steve Litt
: ld returned 1 exit status make[3]: *** [lyx-qt] Error 1 Leaving /home/. make[2]: ***[all recursive] Error 1 Leaving /home . make[1]: ***[all] Error 2 Leaving /home . I have installed libaudiofile0-devel Someone idea Thanks Miguel Steve Litt escribió: On Friday 30 June

Re: Two indexes

2006-07-04 Thread Steve Litt
SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting * Twenty Eight Tales of Troubleshooting * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon of the Successful Technologist

Re: Minimum HW requirement

2006-07-05 Thread Steve Litt
). A pentium should work also. I already ran it on a pentium II laptop that could hardly support win98. Don't forget IceWM. It's not only light, but it's good. I use it on my Athlon 2600XP with 1.5GB Ram, even though I could run the bloatiest KDE on it. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal

Re: Minimum HW requirement

2006-07-05 Thread Steve Litt
armed with a list of words, within LyX I searched for all occurrences of each word and tagged them. If memory serves me, it took about 2 days to index this book of over 100,000 words, and the resulting index was complete and easy to use. HTH SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal

Re: Navigation wierd in 1.4.1

2006-07-07 Thread Steve Litt
Has anyone else had this problem? If so, is there a way to fix it? Is there a config bit I have to flip? Thanks SteveT On Thursday 29 June 2006 11:40 am, Steve Litt wrote: Hi all, I just compiled 1.4.1 and tested it against a junk copy of my partially completed book, and when I use

Re: Links for tools for working with PDFs

2006-07-19 Thread Steve Litt
the same functions, perhaps more. Unfortunately, it does not have a GUI, but is strictly command line. While we're discussing pdftk, remember these: * http://www.mail-archive.com/lyx-users@lists.lyx.org/msg47061.html * http://www.mail-archive.com/lyx-users@lists.lyx.org/msg47075.html SteveT Steve Litt

Re: Prouncing LyX - help with sound file

2006-07-19 Thread Steve Litt
On Sunday 16 July 2006 03:57 am, Andre Poenitz wrote: On Sat, Jul 15, 2006 at 05:16:12PM -0700, Rich Shepard wrote: On Sun, 16 Jul 2006, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The pronounciation bit is pretty interesting though... It is also interesting how you Americans usually can't hear the

Re: More class files by default

2006-07-25 Thread Steve Litt
done this already, but when you add a style or layout or anything to the /usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/ tree, run the texhash program. SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide

Multiple lines in a table cell

2006-07-26 Thread Steve Litt
table within the cell. Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting * Twenty Eight Tales of Troubleshooting * Rapid Learning: Secret Weapon

Re: Adding A Type1 Font Family

2006-07-27 Thread Steve Litt
there really good at make files? Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal Troubleshooting Process courseware * Troubleshooting Techniques of the Successful Technologist * Manager's Guide to Technical Troubleshooting * Twenty Eight Tales of Troubleshooting * Rapid Learning

Re: figures in margin?

2006-07-31 Thread Steve Litt
fails, then export it to LaTeX, and exploit the differences between the exported LaTeX and a hand-made equivalent that works. Please let us all know when you find the answer. Having ERT fail when the same thing succeeds in LaTeX is indeed puzzling. Thanks SteveT Steve Litt Author: * Universal

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