Re: epsilon and varepsilon

2008-10-30 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Eli Brosh wrote:

Hello,
I encountered a problem when trying to use \epsilon and \varepsilon symbols.
When I typed these symbols in the math mode, they look different in the LyX
window.
However, in the PDF made using pdfLaTeX and in the DVI the symbols look
identical.
What can I do to make the pdfLaTeX distinguish between the two ?

I am using LyX 1.5.5



No problem here (LyX 1.5.6).  Can you post a small LyX file showing this?

/Paul



Re: epsilon and varepsilon

2008-10-30 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Might help to post your DVI or PDF output as well.

/Paul



Re: epsilon and varepsilon

2008-10-30 Thread Eli Brosh
Thank you Paul,
I attach the LyX file and the DVI output.

Can you see the problem ?

Eli


epsilon_and_varepsilon.lyx
Description: application/lyx


epsilon_and_varepsilon.dvi
Description: TeX dvi file


epsilon_and_varepsilon.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document


Re: epsilon and varepsilon

2008-10-30 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Eli Brosh schrieb:


I attach the LyX file and the DVI output.


The reason is the font that you are using. Times doesn't include the \var*** 
characters.

In your file you use the encoding UTF8 that is designed for Chinese, Korean, and Japanese. Either 
use the language default encoding or an encoding that fits to the language you are writing in.
I admit that the encoding names in LyX 1.5 are not self-explanatory. In the upcoming LyX 1.6.0 this 
is much better.

Nevertheless, Appendix A of the UserGuide of LyX 1.5.6 describes all encodings.

regards Uwe


Re: epsilon and varepsilon

2008-10-30 Thread Eli Brosh
Thank you Uwe,
I changed the font to default and encoding to utf8 and the problem was gone.

Thanks again,
Eli

On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 5:38 PM, Uwe Stöhr [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Eli Brosh schrieb:

  I attach the LyX file and the DVI output.


 The reason is the font that you are using. Times doesn't include the
 \var*** characters.

 In your file you use the encoding UTF8 that is designed for Chinese,
 Korean, and Japanese. Either use the language default encoding or an
 encoding that fits to the language you are writing in.
 I admit that the encoding names in LyX 1.5 are not self-explanatory. In the
 upcoming LyX 1.6.0 this is much better.
 Nevertheless, Appendix A of the UserGuide of LyX 1.5.6 describes all
 encodings.

 regards Uwe



Re: epsilon and varepsilon

2008-10-30 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Eli Brosh wrote:

Hello,
I encountered a problem when trying to use \epsilon and \varepsilon symbols.
When I typed these symbols in the math mode, they look different in the LyX
window.
However, in the PDF made using pdfLaTeX and in the DVI the symbols look
identical.
What can I do to make the pdfLaTeX distinguish between the two ?

I am using LyX 1.5.5



No problem here (LyX 1.5.6).  Can you post a small LyX file showing this?

/Paul



Re: epsilon and varepsilon

2008-10-30 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Might help to post your DVI or PDF output as well.

/Paul



Re: epsilon and varepsilon

2008-10-30 Thread Eli Brosh
Thank you Paul,
I attach the LyX file and the DVI output.

Can you see the problem ?

Eli


epsilon_and_varepsilon.lyx
Description: application/lyx


epsilon_and_varepsilon.dvi
Description: TeX dvi file


epsilon_and_varepsilon.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document


Re: epsilon and varepsilon

2008-10-30 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Eli Brosh schrieb:


I attach the LyX file and the DVI output.


The reason is the font that you are using. Times doesn't include the \var*** 
characters.

In your file you use the encoding UTF8 that is designed for Chinese, Korean, and Japanese. Either 
use the language default encoding or an encoding that fits to the language you are writing in.
I admit that the encoding names in LyX 1.5 are not self-explanatory. In the upcoming LyX 1.6.0 this 
is much better.

Nevertheless, Appendix A of the UserGuide of LyX 1.5.6 describes all encodings.

regards Uwe


Re: epsilon and varepsilon

2008-10-30 Thread Eli Brosh
Thank you Uwe,
I changed the font to default and encoding to utf8 and the problem was gone.

Thanks again,
Eli

On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 5:38 PM, Uwe Stöhr [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Eli Brosh schrieb:

  I attach the LyX file and the DVI output.


 The reason is the font that you are using. Times doesn't include the
 \var*** characters.

 In your file you use the encoding UTF8 that is designed for Chinese,
 Korean, and Japanese. Either use the language default encoding or an
 encoding that fits to the language you are writing in.
 I admit that the encoding names in LyX 1.5 are not self-explanatory. In the
 upcoming LyX 1.6.0 this is much better.
 Nevertheless, Appendix A of the UserGuide of LyX 1.5.6 describes all
 encodings.

 regards Uwe



Re: epsilon and varepsilon

2008-10-30 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Eli Brosh wrote:

Hello,
I encountered a problem when trying to use \epsilon and \varepsilon symbols.
When I typed these symbols in the math mode, they look different in the LyX
window.
However, in the PDF made using pdfLaTeX and in the DVI the symbols look
identical.
What can I do to make the pdfLaTeX distinguish between the two ?

I am using LyX 1.5.5



No problem here (LyX 1.5.6).  Can you post a small LyX file showing this?

/Paul



Re: epsilon and varepsilon

2008-10-30 Thread Paul A. Rubin

Might help to post your DVI or PDF output as well.

/Paul



Re: epsilon and varepsilon

2008-10-30 Thread Eli Brosh
Thank you Paul,
I attach the LyX file and the DVI output.

Can you see the problem ?

Eli


epsilon_and_varepsilon.lyx
Description: application/lyx


epsilon_and_varepsilon.dvi
Description: TeX dvi file


epsilon_and_varepsilon.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document


Re: epsilon and varepsilon

2008-10-30 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Eli Brosh schrieb:


I attach the LyX file and the DVI output.


The reason is the font that you are using. Times doesn't include the \var*** 
characters.

In your file you use the encoding "UTF8" that is designed for Chinese, Korean, and Japanese. Either 
use the language default encoding or an encoding that fits to the language you are writing in.
I admit that the encoding names in LyX 1.5 are not self-explanatory. In the upcoming LyX 1.6.0 this 
is much better.

Nevertheless, Appendix A of the UserGuide of LyX 1.5.6 describes all encodings.

regards Uwe


Re: epsilon and varepsilon

2008-10-30 Thread Eli Brosh
Thank you Uwe,
I changed the font to default and encoding to utf8 and the problem was gone.

Thanks again,
Eli

On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 5:38 PM, Uwe Stöhr <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Eli Brosh schrieb:
>
>  I attach the LyX file and the DVI output.
>>
>
> The reason is the font that you are using. Times doesn't include the
> \var*** characters.
>
> In your file you use the encoding "UTF8" that is designed for Chinese,
> Korean, and Japanese. Either use the language default encoding or an
> encoding that fits to the language you are writing in.
> I admit that the encoding names in LyX 1.5 are not self-explanatory. In the
> upcoming LyX 1.6.0 this is much better.
> Nevertheless, Appendix A of the UserGuide of LyX 1.5.6 describes all
> encodings.
>
> regards Uwe
>