Re: rotated table problem (Solved)

2009-10-07 Thread Marcelo Acuña
   In my koma-script book I
  chose to have two columns.
   The tables are displayed correctly,
  except when they are rotated. (I use the
 corresponding
  option, spam column.)
   In this case they begin in one of
  the columns and are partially outside the page
 leaving
  the rest of the page in blank.
  How I can solve this problem? 
 
 The problem disappeared when I re installed Linux and Latex
 Live.
 In the previous installation of Latex Live I made some
 updates. Perhaps some thing left bad.
 Thanks.
 Marcelo



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Re: rotated table problem (Solved)

2009-10-07 Thread Marcelo Acuña
   In my koma-script book I
  chose to have two columns.
   The tables are displayed correctly,
  except when they are rotated. (I use the
 corresponding
  option, spam column.)
   In this case they begin in one of
  the columns and are partially outside the page
 leaving
  the rest of the page in blank.
  How I can solve this problem? 
 
 The problem disappeared when I re installed Linux and Latex
 Live.
 In the previous installation of Latex Live I made some
 updates. Perhaps some thing left bad.
 Thanks.
 Marcelo



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Re: rotated table problem (Solved)

2009-10-07 Thread Marcelo Acuña
> >  In my koma-script book I
> > chose to have two columns.
> >  The tables are displayed correctly,
> > except when they are rotated. (I use the
> corresponding
> > option, spam column.)
> >  In this case they begin in one of
> > the columns and are partially outside the page
> leaving
> > the rest of the page in blank.
> > How I can solve this problem? 
 
 The problem disappeared when I re installed Linux and Latex
 Live.
 In the previous installation of Latex Live I made some
 updates. Perhaps some thing left bad.
 Thanks.
 Marcelo



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Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Marcelo Acuña
 martes, 1 de septiembre de 2009, 7:55 pm
   In my koma-script book I
 chose to have two
  columns.
   The tables are displayed correctly, except when
  they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option,
 spam
  column.)
   In this case they begin in one of the columns
  and are partially outside the page leaving the
 rest of the
  page in blank.
   How I can solve this problem? 
  
  Can you provide a small LyX example file?
  regards Uwe
 
 Could somebody reproduce the error?
 I need to correct this.
 Regards
Marcelo


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Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Marcelo Acuña
  In my koma-script book I
 chose to have two columns.
  The tables are displayed correctly, except when
 they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option,
 spam column.)
  In this case they begin in one of the columns
 and are partially outside the page leaving the
 rest of the page in blank.
  How I can solve this problem? 
  
 Can you provide a small LyX example file?
 regards Uwe
 
 Here it is the example.
 Regards
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Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Marcelo Acuña schrieb:

 In my koma-script book I
chose to have two columns.
 The tables are displayed correctly, except when
they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option,
spam column.)
 In this case they begin in one of the columns
and are partially outside the page leaving the
rest of the page in blank.
 How I can solve this problem? 


As I write in sec. 3.6 Rotated Floats in the EmbeddedObjects manual, rotated floats will _always_ 
be placed on their own page. Therefore the float placing options will be greyed out in the dialog 
when you set a float to be rotated.


Looking at your example, the float looks well placed. I cannot see that it is outside of the page. 
Attached is another example that works as it should.


regards Uwe


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Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Marcelo Acuña
 martes, 1 de septiembre de 2009, 7:55 pm
   In my koma-script book I
 chose to have two
  columns.
   The tables are displayed correctly, except when
  they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option,
 spam
  column.)
   In this case they begin in one of the columns
  and are partially outside the page leaving the
 rest of the
  page in blank.
   How I can solve this problem? 
  
  Can you provide a small LyX example file?
  regards Uwe
 
 Could somebody reproduce the error?
 I need to correct this.
 Regards
Marcelo


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Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Marcelo Acuña
  In my koma-script book I
 chose to have two columns.
  The tables are displayed correctly, except when
 they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option,
 spam column.)
  In this case they begin in one of the columns
 and are partially outside the page leaving the
 rest of the page in blank.
  How I can solve this problem? 
  
 Can you provide a small LyX example file?
 regards Uwe
 
 Here it is the example.
 Regards
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Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Marcelo Acuña schrieb:

 In my koma-script book I
chose to have two columns.
 The tables are displayed correctly, except when
they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option,
spam column.)
 In this case they begin in one of the columns
and are partially outside the page leaving the
rest of the page in blank.
 How I can solve this problem? 


As I write in sec. 3.6 Rotated Floats in the EmbeddedObjects manual, rotated floats will _always_ 
be placed on their own page. Therefore the float placing options will be greyed out in the dialog 
when you set a float to be rotated.


Looking at your example, the float looks well placed. I cannot see that it is outside of the page. 
Attached is another example that works as it should.


regards Uwe


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Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Marcelo Acuña
 martes, 1 de septiembre de 2009, 7:55 pm
> >>  In my koma-script book I
> chose to have two
> >> columns.
> >>  The tables are displayed correctly, except when
> >> they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option,
> spam
> >> column.)
> >>  In this case they begin in one of the columns
> >> and are partially outside the page leaving the
> rest of the
> >> page in blank.
> >>  How I can solve this problem? 
>  
> > Can you provide a small LyX example file?
> > regards Uwe
> 
 Could somebody reproduce the error?
 I need to correct this.
 Regards
Marcelo


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Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Marcelo Acuña
>>>  In my koma-script book I
>>> chose to have two columns.
>>>  The tables are displayed correctly, except when
>>> they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option,
>>> spam column.)
>>>  In this case they begin in one of the columns
>>> and are partially outside the page leaving the
>>> rest of the page in blank.
>>>  How I can solve this problem? 
  
>> Can you provide a small LyX example file?
>> regards Uwe
 
 Here it is the example.
 Regards
Marcelo



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Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-04 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Marcelo Acuña schrieb:

 In my koma-script book I
chose to have two columns.
 The tables are displayed correctly, except when
they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option,
spam column.)
 In this case they begin in one of the columns
and are partially outside the page leaving the
rest of the page in blank.
 How I can solve this problem? 


As I write in sec. 3.6 "Rotated Floats" in the EmbeddedObjects manual, rotated floats will _always_ 
be placed on their own page. Therefore the float placing options will be greyed out in the dialog 
when you set a float to be rotated.


Looking at your example, the float looks well placed. I cannot see that it is outside of the page. 
Attached is another example that works as it should.


regards Uwe


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Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-01 Thread Marcelo Acuña
  In my koma-script book I chose to have two
 columns.
  The tables are displayed correctly, except when
 they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam
 column.)
  In this case they begin in one of the columns
 and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of the
 page in blank.
  How I can solve this problem? 
 
 Can you provide a small LyX example file?
 regards Uwe

 Aquí está.
 Marcelo


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Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-01 Thread Marcelo Acuña
  In my koma-script book I chose to have two
 columns.
  The tables are displayed correctly, except when
 they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam
 column.)
  In this case they begin in one of the columns
 and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of the
 page in blank.
  How I can solve this problem? 
 
 Can you provide a small LyX example file?
 regards Uwe

 Aquí está.
 Marcelo


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Re: rotated table problem

2009-09-01 Thread Marcelo Acuña
>>  In my koma-script book I chose to have two
>> columns.
>>  The tables are displayed correctly, except when
>> they are rotated. (I use the corresponding option, spam
>> column.)
>>  In this case they begin in one of the columns
>> and are partially outside the page leaving the rest of the
>> page in blank.
>>  How I can solve this problem? 
 
> Can you provide a small LyX example file?
> regards Uwe

 Aquí está.
 Marcelo


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Re: rotated table problem

2009-08-31 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Marcelo Acuña schrieb:



 In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns.
 The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the 
corresponding option, spam column.)
 In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside the 
page leaving the rest of the page in blank.
 How I can solve this problem? 


Can you provide a small LyX example file?

regards Uwe


Re: rotated table problem

2009-08-31 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Marcelo Acuña schrieb:



 In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns.
 The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the 
corresponding option, spam column.)
 In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside the 
page leaving the rest of the page in blank.
 How I can solve this problem? 


Can you provide a small LyX example file?

regards Uwe


Re: rotated table problem

2009-08-31 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Marcelo Acuña schrieb:



 In my koma-script book I chose to have two columns.
 The tables are displayed correctly, except when they are rotated. (I use the 
corresponding option, spam column.)
 In this case they begin in one of the columns and are partially outside the 
page leaving the rest of the page in blank.
 How I can solve this problem? 


Can you provide a small LyX example file?

regards Uwe