greek characters in index?

2009-11-19 Thread tedc
My manuscript contains many strings that combine sequences of greek and roman characters. How can I get these to appear in the index? For example, the document source initially contains $\Delta$x which displays as upper case delta followed by x. If I select the displayed delta and x and click on

Charater formatting in the Index

2009-11-23 Thread tedc
I am writing a document about a programming environment that uses multiple character styles. 0. Plain roman is used for ordinary index entries 1. Italicized roman characters are used for names of mathematical variables and parameters 2. Typewriter is used for source code keywords 3. Sans serif is

text styles

2009-04-27 Thread tedc
I'm thinking of using LyX to write the 2nd edition of a book. The 1st edition was done with OpenOffice, but production was a nightmare because OO didn't fit with the publisher's workflow. The publisher had the whole thing retyped, which introduced countless errors and generally broke

Typewriter, Bold is indistinguishable from plain Typewriter

2009-05-01 Thread tedc
I'm writing an instruction document and want to use Typewriter family for stuff that appears in an xterm--bold to indicate what the user should enter via the keyboard, and plain (medium) Typewriter for stuff printed by the computer. These look different on screen in LyX, but the dvi previewer

greek characters in index?

2009-11-19 Thread tedc
My manuscript contains many strings that combine sequences of greek and roman characters. How can I get these to appear in the index? For example, the document source initially contains $\Delta$x which displays as upper case delta followed by x. If I select the displayed delta and x and click on

Charater formatting in the Index

2009-11-23 Thread tedc
I am writing a document about a programming environment that uses multiple character styles. 0. Plain roman is used for ordinary index entries 1. Italicized roman characters are used for names of mathematical variables and parameters 2. Typewriter is used for source code keywords 3. Sans serif is

text styles

2009-04-27 Thread tedc
I'm thinking of using LyX to write the 2nd edition of a book. The 1st edition was done with OpenOffice, but production was a nightmare because OO didn't fit with the publisher's workflow. The publisher had the whole thing retyped, which introduced countless errors and generally broke

Typewriter, Bold is indistinguishable from plain Typewriter

2009-05-01 Thread tedc
I'm writing an instruction document and want to use Typewriter family for stuff that appears in an xterm--bold to indicate what the user should enter via the keyboard, and plain (medium) Typewriter for stuff printed by the computer. These look different on screen in LyX, but the dvi previewer

greek characters in index?

2009-11-19 Thread tedc
My manuscript contains many strings that combine sequences of greek and roman characters. How can I get these to appear in the index? For example, the document source initially contains $\Delta$x which displays as upper case delta followed by x. If I select the displayed delta and x and click on

Charater formatting in the Index

2009-11-23 Thread tedc
I am writing a document about a programming environment that uses multiple character styles. 0. Plain roman is used for ordinary index entries 1. Italicized roman characters are used for names of mathematical variables and parameters 2. Typewriter is used for source code keywords 3. Sans serif is

text styles

2009-04-27 Thread tedc
I'm thinking of using LyX to write the 2nd edition of a book. The 1st edition was done with OpenOffice, but production was a nightmare because OO didn't fit with the publisher's workflow. The publisher had the whole thing retyped, which introduced countless errors and generally broke

Typewriter, Bold is indistinguishable from plain Typewriter

2009-05-01 Thread tedc
I'm writing an instruction document and want to use Typewriter family for stuff that appears in an xterm--bold to indicate what the user should enter via the keyboard, and plain ("medium") Typewriter for stuff printed by the computer. These look different on screen in LyX, but the dvi previewer