pagenumbering

2008-07-11 Thread assasukasse

Hi all
i am paginating my thesis with lyx, i divided the document into many 
child documents
and made a page called Thesis which joins together (by putting add child 
document one after the other).
Now, while the first pages, which uses roman numbering show correct 
placement of the number (on the bottom outside), the following child 
document, which uses arabic page numbering is performing incorrectly, by 
putting the page numbering in the wrong side of the page.

Is there any way to make lys fix this?
Thanks
Assa


pagenumbering

2008-07-11 Thread assasukasse

Hi all
i am paginating my thesis with lyx, i divided the document into many 
child documents
and made a page called Thesis which joins together (by putting add child 
document one after the other).
Now, while the first pages, which uses roman numbering show correct 
placement of the number (on the bottom outside), the following child 
document, which uses arabic page numbering is performing incorrectly, by 
putting the page numbering in the wrong side of the page.

Is there any way to make lys fix this?
Thanks
Assa


pagenumbering

2008-07-11 Thread assasukasse

Hi all
i am paginating my thesis with lyx, i divided the document into many 
child documents
and made a page called Thesis which joins together (by putting add child 
document one after the other).
Now, while the first pages, which uses roman numbering show correct 
placement of the number (on the bottom outside), the following child 
document, which uses arabic page numbering is performing incorrectly, by 
putting the page numbering in the wrong side of the page.

Is there any way to make lys fix this?
Thanks
Assa


Re: Latex-problem: Pagenumbering in combination with two-sided document

2007-09-21 Thread Helge Hafting

Christian Richter wrote:

Hello,
I do not have a LYX - but a LATEX-problem. I hope somebody wants to
help me anyways.

Ok, I am writing my thesis as a two sided document (Komo-script book).
The appendix has roman pagenumbering. The problem is that the last
page before the appendix is a right page (odd page number). So that
the first side of the appendix should be a right page (even number).
  

An appendix is a chapter of its own. Any two-sided
layout will start a chapter on a odd page, no matter what.
Starting a chapter (appendix or other chapter) on an even
page is usually considered ugly and bad typography - you'll
have a hard time finding any published book printed like that.

Because of the pagenumbering the first page of the appendix is a left
page (page number=1). How can I change it so that this page has the
page number 1 but is a right page?
  

Consider carefully if you really want this - it will probably only
look odd to the serious reader. Now, you can of course
use a single-sided layout and print double-sided anyway.
You will then get your appendix on a even page, and you
can of course reset the page counter to 1 anywhere you want to,
even on that even page. There surely are people that will
consider such a layout messed-up, and that cannot be good for
your thesis?

I do not want to use /cleadoublepage before the appendix because I can
not have any more pages.
  

Why not? If they count pages, well surely they won't
count a blank one? Or offer to pay for the wasted page,
if they really worry about that?

Helge Hafting


Re: Latex-problem: Pagenumbering in combination with two-sided document

2007-09-21 Thread Richard Heck

Helge Hafting wrote:

An appendix is a chapter of its own. Any two-sided
layout will start a chapter on a odd page, no matter what.
Starting a chapter (appendix or other chapter) on an even
page is usually considered ugly and bad typography - you'll
have a hard time finding any published book printed like that.

I do wish that were true. Unfortunately, it's becoming more and more common.

Richard


Re: Latex-problem: Pagenumbering in combination with two-sided document

2007-09-21 Thread Helge Hafting

Christian Richter wrote:

Hello,
I do not have a LYX - but a LATEX-problem. I hope somebody wants to
help me anyways.

Ok, I am writing my thesis as a two sided document (Komo-script book).
The appendix has roman pagenumbering. The problem is that the last
page before the appendix is a right page (odd page number). So that
the first side of the appendix should be a right page (even number).
  

An appendix is a chapter of its own. Any two-sided
layout will start a chapter on a odd page, no matter what.
Starting a chapter (appendix or other chapter) on an even
page is usually considered ugly and bad typography - you'll
have a hard time finding any published book printed like that.

Because of the pagenumbering the first page of the appendix is a left
page (page number=1). How can I change it so that this page has the
page number 1 but is a right page?
  

Consider carefully if you really want this - it will probably only
look odd to the serious reader. Now, you can of course
use a single-sided layout and print double-sided anyway.
You will then get your appendix on a even page, and you
can of course reset the page counter to 1 anywhere you want to,
even on that even page. There surely are people that will
consider such a layout messed-up, and that cannot be good for
your thesis?

I do not want to use /cleadoublepage before the appendix because I can
not have any more pages.
  

Why not? If they count pages, well surely they won't
count a blank one? Or offer to pay for the wasted page,
if they really worry about that?

Helge Hafting


Re: Latex-problem: Pagenumbering in combination with two-sided document

2007-09-21 Thread Richard Heck

Helge Hafting wrote:

An appendix is a chapter of its own. Any two-sided
layout will start a chapter on a odd page, no matter what.
Starting a chapter (appendix or other chapter) on an even
page is usually considered ugly and bad typography - you'll
have a hard time finding any published book printed like that.

I do wish that were true. Unfortunately, it's becoming more and more common.

Richard


Re: Latex-problem: Pagenumbering in combination with two-sided document

2007-09-21 Thread Helge Hafting

Christian Richter wrote:

Hello,
I do not have a LYX - but a LATEX-problem. I hope somebody wants to
help me anyways.

Ok, I am writing my thesis as a two sided document (Komo-script book).
The appendix has roman pagenumbering. The problem is that the last
page before the appendix is a right page (odd page number). So that
the first side of the appendix should be a right page (even number).
  

An appendix is a chapter of its own. Any two-sided
layout will start a chapter on a odd page, no matter what.
Starting a chapter (appendix or other chapter) on an even
page is usually considered ugly and bad typography - you'll
have a hard time finding any published book printed like that.

Because of the pagenumbering the first page of the appendix is a left
page (page number=1). How can I change it so that this page has the
page number 1 but is a right page?
  

Consider carefully if you really want this - it will probably only
look odd to the serious reader. Now, you can of course
use a single-sided layout and print double-sided anyway.
You will then get your appendix on a even page, and you
can of course reset the page counter to 1 anywhere you want to,
even on that even page. There surely are people that will
consider such a layout messed-up, and that cannot be good for
your thesis?

I do not want to use /cleadoublepage before the appendix because I can
not have any more pages.
  

Why not? If they count pages, well surely they won't
count a blank one? Or offer to pay for the wasted page,
if they really worry about that?

Helge Hafting


Re: Latex-problem: Pagenumbering in combination with two-sided document

2007-09-21 Thread Richard Heck

Helge Hafting wrote:

An appendix is a chapter of its own. Any two-sided
layout will start a chapter on a odd page, no matter what.
Starting a chapter (appendix or other chapter) on an even
page is usually considered ugly and bad typography - you'll
have a hard time finding any published book printed like that.

I do wish that were true. Unfortunately, it's becoming more and more common.

Richard


Latex-problem: Pagenumbering in combination with two-sided document

2007-09-20 Thread Christian Richter
Hello,
I do not have a LYX - but a LATEX-problem. I hope somebody wants to
help me anyways.

Ok, I am writing my thesis as a two sided document (Komo-script book).
The appendix has roman pagenumbering. The problem is that the last
page before the appendix is a right page (odd page number). So that
the first side of the appendix should be a right page (even number).

Because of the pagenumbering the first page of the appendix is a left
page (page number=1). How can I change it so that this page has the
page number 1 but is a right page?

I do not want to use /cleadoublepage before the appendix because I can
not have any more pages.

I hope somebody can help me. And sorry that this is not a lyx-specific problem!

Christian


Re: Latex-problem: Pagenumbering in combination with two-sided document

2007-09-20 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Christian Richter schrieb:


Ok, I am writing my thesis as a two sided document (Koma-script book).
The appendix has roman pagenumbering. The problem is that the last
page before the appendix is a right page (odd page number). So that
the first side of the appendix should be a right page (even number).

Because of the pagenumbering the first page of the appendix is a left
page (page number=1). How can I change it so that this page has the
page number 1 but is a right page?


I don't understand what your proble is. It doesn't matter where the last page before the apendix 
ends. Appendix will start on the next right page and right pages have odd numbers. So it doesn't 
matter  if the previous chapter endy on e.g. page 97 or 98, the appendix will start on page 99.



I do not want to use /cleadoublepage before the appendix because I can
not have any more pages.


This cannot be serious. You are writing a book, not an article. And when your professor sets you a 
page limit for a thesis something is going wrong.


regards Uwe


Latex-problem: Pagenumbering in combination with two-sided document

2007-09-20 Thread Christian Richter
Hello,
I do not have a LYX - but a LATEX-problem. I hope somebody wants to
help me anyways.

Ok, I am writing my thesis as a two sided document (Komo-script book).
The appendix has roman pagenumbering. The problem is that the last
page before the appendix is a right page (odd page number). So that
the first side of the appendix should be a right page (even number).

Because of the pagenumbering the first page of the appendix is a left
page (page number=1). How can I change it so that this page has the
page number 1 but is a right page?

I do not want to use /cleadoublepage before the appendix because I can
not have any more pages.

I hope somebody can help me. And sorry that this is not a lyx-specific problem!

Christian


Re: Latex-problem: Pagenumbering in combination with two-sided document

2007-09-20 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Christian Richter schrieb:


Ok, I am writing my thesis as a two sided document (Koma-script book).
The appendix has roman pagenumbering. The problem is that the last
page before the appendix is a right page (odd page number). So that
the first side of the appendix should be a right page (even number).

Because of the pagenumbering the first page of the appendix is a left
page (page number=1). How can I change it so that this page has the
page number 1 but is a right page?


I don't understand what your proble is. It doesn't matter where the last page before the apendix 
ends. Appendix will start on the next right page and right pages have odd numbers. So it doesn't 
matter  if the previous chapter endy on e.g. page 97 or 98, the appendix will start on page 99.



I do not want to use /cleadoublepage before the appendix because I can
not have any more pages.


This cannot be serious. You are writing a book, not an article. And when your professor sets you a 
page limit for a thesis something is going wrong.


regards Uwe


Latex-problem: Pagenumbering in combination with two-sided document

2007-09-20 Thread Christian Richter
Hello,
I do not have a LYX - but a LATEX-problem. I hope somebody wants to
help me anyways.

Ok, I am writing my thesis as a two sided document (Komo-script book).
The appendix has roman pagenumbering. The problem is that the last
page before the appendix is a right page (odd page number). So that
the first side of the appendix should be a right page (even number).

Because of the pagenumbering the first page of the appendix is a left
page (page number=1). How can I change it so that this page has the
page number 1 but is a right page?

I do not want to use /cleadoublepage before the appendix because I can
not have any more pages.

I hope somebody can help me. And sorry that this is not a lyx-specific problem!

Christian


Re: Latex-problem: Pagenumbering in combination with two-sided document

2007-09-20 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Christian Richter schrieb:


Ok, I am writing my thesis as a two sided document (Koma-script book).
The appendix has roman pagenumbering. The problem is that the last
page before the appendix is a right page (odd page number). So that
the first side of the appendix should be a right page (even number).

Because of the pagenumbering the first page of the appendix is a left
page (page number=1). How can I change it so that this page has the
page number 1 but is a right page?


I don't understand what your proble is. It doesn't matter where the last page before the apendix 
ends. Appendix will start on the next right page and right pages have odd numbers. So it doesn't 
matter  if the previous chapter endy on e.g. page 97 or 98, the appendix will start on page 99.



I do not want to use /cleadoublepage before the appendix because I can
not have any more pages.


This cannot be serious. You are writing a book, not an article. And when your professor sets you a 
page limit for a thesis something is going wrong.


regards Uwe


Pagenumbering in TOC

2004-03-12 Thread Anca Tibor- Attila
Hello,

I recently tried out the tips to avoid pagenumbering in the TOC at:
http://latex.s-v-p.de/tocloft/TOC.phtml#pageNr

I tried the first tip with protect. The second page got numbered. Then I 
tried the tip with the LaTeX-Preamble. The third page got numbered. I 
have only three pages of TOC. How can reach my goal, not to have 
pagenumbers at all in my TOC?

Thanks,
-- 
Anca Tibor- Attila [EMAIL PROTECTED]


Pagenumbering in TOC

2004-03-12 Thread Anca Tibor- Attila
Hello,

I recently tried out the tips to avoid pagenumbering in the TOC at:
http://latex.s-v-p.de/tocloft/TOC.phtml#pageNr

I tried the first tip with protect. The second page got numbered. Then I 
tried the tip with the LaTeX-Preamble. The third page got numbered. I 
have only three pages of TOC. How can reach my goal, not to have 
pagenumbers at all in my TOC?

Thanks,
-- 
Anca Tibor- Attila [EMAIL PROTECTED]


Pagenumbering in TOC

2004-03-12 Thread Anca Tibor- Attila
Hello,

I recently tried out the tips to avoid pagenumbering in the TOC at:
http://latex.s-v-p.de/tocloft/TOC.phtml#pageNr

I tried the first tip with protect. The second page got numbered. Then I 
tried the tip with the LaTeX-Preamble. The third page got numbered. I 
have only three pages of TOC. How can reach my goal, not to have 
pagenumbers at all in my TOC?

Thanks,
-- 
Anca Tibor- Attila <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>


Re: pagenumbering

2002-11-18 Thread Niels Müller Larsen (NML, PERS, SH)
Hi James

In the very beginning of the doc enter:


\pagenumbering{roman}

and on the top of the first page with arabic-numbers
enter:

\pagenumbering{arabic}
\setcounter{page}{7}

where the 7 of course is to be replaced with whatever page  
you're at.
I didn't find the automatic way of seetting that number

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Antwort: Re: pagenumbering

2002-11-18 Thread Robert.R.Koehler
\pagenumbering{arabic}
\setcounter{page}{7}

where the 7 of course is to be replaced with whatever page  
you're at.
I didn't find the automatic way of seetting that number

You don't need to. Just use the command  \pagenumbering{arabic} in ERT where you
want it to start.

Regards
Rob

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Re: pagenumbering

2002-11-18 Thread Niels Müller Larsen (NML, PERS, SH)
Hi James

In the very beginning of the doc enter:


\pagenumbering{roman}

and on the top of the first page with arabic-numbers
enter:

\pagenumbering{arabic}
\setcounter{page}{7}

where the 7 of course is to be replaced with whatever page  
you're at.
I didn't find the automatic way of seetting that number

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Antwort: Re: pagenumbering

2002-11-18 Thread Robert.R.Koehler
\pagenumbering{arabic}
\setcounter{page}{7}

where the 7 of course is to be replaced with whatever page  
you're at.
I didn't find the automatic way of seetting that number

You don't need to. Just use the command  \pagenumbering{arabic} in ERT where you
want it to start.

Regards
Rob

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Re: pagenumbering

2002-11-18 Thread "Niels Müller Larsen (NML, PERS, SH)"
Hi James

In the very beginning of the doc enter:


\pagenumbering{roman}

and on the top of the first page with arabic-numbers
enter:

\pagenumbering{arabic}
\setcounter{page}{7}

where the "7" of course is to be replaced with whatever page  
you're at.
I didn't find the automatic way of seetting that number

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Antwort: Re: pagenumbering

2002-11-18 Thread Robert.R.Koehler
>>\pagenumbering{arabic}
>>\setcounter{page}{7}
>>
>>where the "7" of course is to be replaced with whatever page  
>>you're at.
>I didn't find the automatic way of seetting that number

You don't need to. Just use the command  \pagenumbering{arabic} in ERT where you
want it to start.

Regards
Rob

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Werk: 59, HPC: X711 
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corrected solution for pagenumbering and headers

2001-10-15 Thread Richard Harris

To have the header Lastname - pageNumber

In document layout menu:
set page to fancy

beginning of document in Tex:
\rhead{}
\cfoot{}

where you want page numbers to start:
\setcounter{page}{1}
\rhead{Harris - \thepage}

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corrected solution for pagenumbering and headers

2001-10-15 Thread Richard Harris

To have the header Lastname - pageNumber

In document layout menu:
set page to fancy

beginning of document in Tex:
\rhead{}
\cfoot{}

where you want page numbers to start:
\setcounter{page}{1}
\rhead{Harris - \thepage}

-- 
Richard Harris
Editor, Words on a Wire
http://woaw-poetry.org
--
I want my place, my own place,
my true place in the world,
my proper sphere, my thing.
::Nathaniel Hawthorne



corrected solution for pagenumbering and headers

2001-10-15 Thread Richard Harris

To have the header "Lastname - pageNumber"

In document layout menu:
set page to fancy

beginning of document in Tex:
\rhead{}
\cfoot{}

where you want page numbers to start:
\setcounter{page}{1}
\rhead{Harris - \thepage}

-- 
Richard Harris
Editor, Words on a Wire
http://woaw-poetry.org
--
I want my place, my own place,
my true place in the world,
my proper sphere, my thing.
::Nathaniel Hawthorne



Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-05-02 Thread Andreas_Doering

   
   
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* Andre Berger [EMAIL PROTECTED], 2001-04-25 22:31 +0200:
 * [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED], 2001-04-25
11:37 +0200:
  1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
  these linebreaks in the TOC?
  I tried
 
   \mbox{ bla bla .bla}
 
  but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC
left
  the right margin. The section line looks
  quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
  section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.

 The \samepage LaTeX command works, to be found for example in Kopka
 (1994: 1: ch. 3.5.5.5, p. 43 f.).

 I'm not at home and don't remember exactly how/where to use it. If
 anybody is interested I'll look it up this evening.

Oh, sorry, I made a mistake. The code I had in mind is to prevent
*page*breaks within TOC items.

\chapter{\samepage YOUR LONG LONG TITLE}

To answer your actual question, do not put whole lines into the
\mbox-Command. Put each offending/not-to-break word into its own \mbox.

Andre Berger[[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

That doesn´t work too. After I inserted the word in the \mbox{BLALBABLA}
there was
no linebreak at all and the word is leaving the right margin.

My second problem still persists, does anyone has an idea?



2. I tried Herbert Voss´ trick to prevent pagenumbering showing up in the
TOC:

 \tableofcontents
 \addtocontents{toc}{\protect\thispagestyle{empty}}

The problem is, that I´m using fancyheader, so I tried a

 \addtocontents{toc} {\protect\fancyfoot{}}

This works fine for the TOC, but in the normal text, the pagenumbering at
even pages disappeared.


I personnaly use the fancyplain facility to change headers and footers
for special pages (i.e. no printing of chaptermarks in the first page
of a chapter. Yous shouls have look at the fancyhdr doc.

I did this before, but I´m only able to avoid pagenumbering at the first
page of the TOC.
Though I did a

\fancyfoot[LE]{\thepage}

at the plain text after the TOC to reestablish the settings in the
LATEX-preface, there this is already entered. This works, but I think,
that´s not the way it should be handeled. It doesn´t work for Klyx either.


Thanks in advance

Andi










Re: Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-05-02 Thread Herbert Voss

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 This works fine for the TOC, but in the normal text, the pagenumbering at
 even pages disappeared.
 
 I personnaly use the fancyplain facility to change headers and footers
 for special pages (i.e. no printing of chaptermarks in the first page
 of a chapter. Yous shouls have look at the fancyhdr doc.
 
 I did this before, but I´m only able to avoid pagenumbering at the first
 page of the TOC.
 Though I did a
 
 \fancyfoot[LE]{\thepage}
 
 at the plain text after the TOC to reestablish the settings in the
 LATEX-preface, there this is already entered. This works, but I think,
 that´s not the way it should be handeled. It doesn´t work for Klyx either.

try at the very first line in tex(red)
\renewcommand\thepage{}

behind the insert toc-command
\renewcommand\thepage{\arabic{page}}

Herbert

-- 
http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/



Antwort: Re: Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-05-02 Thread Andreas_Doering

I´m sorry, but it didn´t work. There are still no pagenumbers at even 
pages. 
Attached you will find the beginning of my Lyx-file, maybe I 
missunderstood something wrong.

\renewcommand\thepage{}
\tableofcontents
\addtocontents{toc} {\protect\fancyfoot{}}
\renewcommand\thepage{\arabic{page}}

The Latex-preamble looks like this:

\usepackage{tocloft}
% Set Margins
\renewcommand*\l@section{\@dottedtocline{1}{1.5em}{2.3em}}
\renewcommand*\l@subsection{\@dottedtocline{2}{3.8em}{3.2em}}
\renewcommand*\l@subsubsection{\@dottedtocline{3}{7.0em}{4.1em}}
\renewcommand*\l@paragraph{\@dottedtocline{4}{10em}{5em}}
\renewcommand*\l@subparagraph{\@dottedtocline{5}{12em}{6em}}
\renewcommand*\l@figure{\@dottedtocline{1}{1.5em}{2.3em}}
\let\l@table\l@figure
\makeatletter
\usepackage{fancyhdr}
\renewcommand{\chaptermark}[1]{% twoside and 
 \markboth{%
\ifnum \c@secnumdepth \m@ne
\hfill\thechapter\quad \if @mainmatter
 \@chapapp\ \thechapter\quad
 \fi
\fi
#1%
  }{%
 \ifnum \c@secnumdepth \m@ne
 \if @mainmatter
 \@chapapp\ \thechapter\quad
 \fi
  \fi
#1%
  }%
}%
\makeatother
\renewcommand\sectionmark[1]{\markright{\thesection\ #1}}
\renewcommand\headrulewidth{0pt}
\renewcommand\footrulewidth{0pt}
% positioning
\usepackage{color}
\definecolor{myColor}{rgb}{0.9,0.9,0.9}
\fancyhead{}% delte the defaults
 \fancyhead[LE]{\colorbox{myColor}{\parbox{1\columnwidth}{\leftmark}}} % 
even pages!
 \fancyhead[RO]{\colorbox{myColor}{\parbox{1\columnwidth}{\rightmark}}} % 
odd pages!
\fancyfoot{} % clear
\fancyfoot[RE,LO]{\thepage} % right-even and left-odd
 
\newcommand{\clearemptydoublepage}{\newpage{\pagestyle{empty}\cleardoublepage}}

Andi





Herbert Voss
Gesendet von: voss
02.05.01 11:12

 
An: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Kopie:  Andre Berger [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Thema:  Re: Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 This works fine for the TOC, but in the normal text, the pagenumbering 
at
 even pages disappeared.
 
 I personnaly use the fancyplain facility to change headers and footers
 for special pages (i.e. no printing of chaptermarks in the first page
 of a chapter. Yous shouls have look at the fancyhdr doc.
 
 I did this before, but I´m only able to avoid pagenumbering at the first
 page of the TOC.
 Though I did a
 
 \fancyfoot[LE]{\thepage}
 
 at the plain text after the TOC to reestablish the settings in the
 LATEX-preface, there this is already entered. This works, but I think,
 that´s not the way it should be handeled. It doesn´t work for Klyx 
either.

try at the very first line in tex(red)
\renewcommand\thepage{}

behind the insert toc-command
\renewcommand\thepage{\arabic{page}}

Herbert

-- 
http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/






Re: Antwort: Re: Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-05-02 Thread Herbert Voss

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 I´m sorry, but it didn´t work. There are still no pagenumbers at even
 pages.

i'm a bit confused. do you want to have pagenumbers in the toc or not?
if not:

 \renewcommand\thepage{}
 \tableofcontents% insert it via insert-lists  toc
 \renewcommand\thepage{\arabic{page}}

if yes with fancyhdr write in preamble

\fancypagestyle{plain}{%
  \fancyhf{}
  \fancyfoot[C]{\bfseries \thepage}
  \renewcommand\headrulewidth{0pt}
  \renewcommand\footrulewidth{0pt}
}

 
 The Latex-preamble looks like this:
 
 \usepackage{tocloft}
 % Set Margins
 \renewcommand*\l@section{\@dottedtocline{1}{1.5em}{2.3em}}
 \renewcommand*\l@subsection{\@dottedtocline{2}{3.8em}{3.2em}}
 \renewcommand*\l@subsubsection{\@dottedtocline{3}{7.0em}{4.1em}}
 \renewcommand*\l@paragraph{\@dottedtocline{4}{10em}{5em}}
 \renewcommand*\l@subparagraph{\@dottedtocline{5}{12em}{6em}}
 \renewcommand*\l@figure{\@dottedtocline{1}{1.5em}{2.3em}}

this is in german doppelt gemoppelt. use tocloft OR the
equivilent latex commands.

Herbert

-- 
http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/



Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-05-02 Thread Andreas_Doering

   
   
Andre Berger   
   
uzscd5@uni-bAn: [EMAIL PROTECTED]   
   
onn.de  Kopie:
   
 Thema:  Re: Prevent linebreaks and 
pagenumbering in TOC  
26.04.01   
   
10:12  
   
Bitte  
   
antworten an   
   
Andre Berger   
   
   
   
   
   







* Andre Berger [EMAIL PROTECTED], 2001-04-25 22:31 +0200:
 * [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED], 2001-04-25
11:37 +0200:
  1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
  these linebreaks in the TOC?
  I tried
 
   \mbox{ bla bla .bla}
 
  but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC
left
  the right margin. The section line looks
  quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
  section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.

 The \samepage LaTeX command works, to be found for example in Kopka
 (1994: 1: ch. 3.5.5.5, p. 43 f.).

 I'm not at home and don't remember exactly how/where to use it. If
 anybody is interested I'll look it up this evening.

Oh, sorry, I made a mistake. The code I had in mind is to prevent
*page*breaks within TOC items.

\chapter{\samepage YOUR LONG LONG TITLE}

To answer your actual question, do not put whole lines into the
\mbox-Command. Put each offending/not-to-break word into its own \mbox.

Andre Berger[[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

That doesn´t work too. After I inserted the word in the \mbox{BLALBABLA}
there was
no linebreak at all and the word is leaving the right margin.

My second problem still persists, does anyone has an idea?



2. I tried Herbert Voss´ trick to prevent pagenumbering showing up in the
TOC:

 \tableofcontents
 \addtocontents{toc}{\protect\thispagestyle{empty}}

The problem is, that I´m using fancyheader, so I tried a

 \addtocontents{toc} {\protect\fancyfoot{}}

This works fine for the TOC, but in the normal text, the pagenumbering at
even pages disappeared.


I personnaly use the fancyplain facility to change headers and footers
for special pages (i.e. no printing of chaptermarks in the first page
of a chapter. Yous shouls have look at the fancyhdr doc.

I did this before, but I´m only able to avoid pagenumbering at the first
page of the TOC.
Though I did a

\fancyfoot[LE]{\thepage}

at the plain text after the TOC to reestablish the settings in the
LATEX-preface, there this is already entered. This works, but I think,
that´s not the way it should be handeled. It doesn´t work for Klyx either.


Thanks in advance

Andi










Re: Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-05-02 Thread Herbert Voss

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 This works fine for the TOC, but in the normal text, the pagenumbering at
 even pages disappeared.
 
 I personnaly use the fancyplain facility to change headers and footers
 for special pages (i.e. no printing of chaptermarks in the first page
 of a chapter. Yous shouls have look at the fancyhdr doc.
 
 I did this before, but I´m only able to avoid pagenumbering at the first
 page of the TOC.
 Though I did a
 
 \fancyfoot[LE]{\thepage}
 
 at the plain text after the TOC to reestablish the settings in the
 LATEX-preface, there this is already entered. This works, but I think,
 that´s not the way it should be handeled. It doesn´t work for Klyx either.

try at the very first line in tex(red)
\renewcommand\thepage{}

behind the insert toc-command
\renewcommand\thepage{\arabic{page}}

Herbert

-- 
http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/



Antwort: Re: Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-05-02 Thread Andreas_Doering

I´m sorry, but it didn´t work. There are still no pagenumbers at even 
pages. 
Attached you will find the beginning of my Lyx-file, maybe I 
missunderstood something wrong.

\renewcommand\thepage{}
\tableofcontents
\addtocontents{toc} {\protect\fancyfoot{}}
\renewcommand\thepage{\arabic{page}}

The Latex-preamble looks like this:

\usepackage{tocloft}
% Set Margins
\renewcommand*\l@section{\@dottedtocline{1}{1.5em}{2.3em}}
\renewcommand*\l@subsection{\@dottedtocline{2}{3.8em}{3.2em}}
\renewcommand*\l@subsubsection{\@dottedtocline{3}{7.0em}{4.1em}}
\renewcommand*\l@paragraph{\@dottedtocline{4}{10em}{5em}}
\renewcommand*\l@subparagraph{\@dottedtocline{5}{12em}{6em}}
\renewcommand*\l@figure{\@dottedtocline{1}{1.5em}{2.3em}}
\let\l@table\l@figure
\makeatletter
\usepackage{fancyhdr}
\renewcommand{\chaptermark}[1]{% twoside and 
 \markboth{%
\ifnum \c@secnumdepth \m@ne
\hfill\thechapter\quad \if @mainmatter
 \@chapapp\ \thechapter\quad
 \fi
\fi
#1%
  }{%
 \ifnum \c@secnumdepth \m@ne
 \if @mainmatter
 \@chapapp\ \thechapter\quad
 \fi
  \fi
#1%
  }%
}%
\makeatother
\renewcommand\sectionmark[1]{\markright{\thesection\ #1}}
\renewcommand\headrulewidth{0pt}
\renewcommand\footrulewidth{0pt}
% positioning
\usepackage{color}
\definecolor{myColor}{rgb}{0.9,0.9,0.9}
\fancyhead{}% delte the defaults
 \fancyhead[LE]{\colorbox{myColor}{\parbox{1\columnwidth}{\leftmark}}} % 
even pages!
 \fancyhead[RO]{\colorbox{myColor}{\parbox{1\columnwidth}{\rightmark}}} % 
odd pages!
\fancyfoot{} % clear
\fancyfoot[RE,LO]{\thepage} % right-even and left-odd
 
\newcommand{\clearemptydoublepage}{\newpage{\pagestyle{empty}\cleardoublepage}}

Andi





Herbert Voss
Gesendet von: voss
02.05.01 11:12

 
An: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Kopie:  Andre Berger [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Thema:  Re: Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 This works fine for the TOC, but in the normal text, the pagenumbering 
at
 even pages disappeared.
 
 I personnaly use the fancyplain facility to change headers and footers
 for special pages (i.e. no printing of chaptermarks in the first page
 of a chapter. Yous shouls have look at the fancyhdr doc.
 
 I did this before, but I´m only able to avoid pagenumbering at the first
 page of the TOC.
 Though I did a
 
 \fancyfoot[LE]{\thepage}
 
 at the plain text after the TOC to reestablish the settings in the
 LATEX-preface, there this is already entered. This works, but I think,
 that´s not the way it should be handeled. It doesn´t work for Klyx 
either.

try at the very first line in tex(red)
\renewcommand\thepage{}

behind the insert toc-command
\renewcommand\thepage{\arabic{page}}

Herbert

-- 
http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/






Re: Antwort: Re: Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-05-02 Thread Herbert Voss

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 I´m sorry, but it didn´t work. There are still no pagenumbers at even
 pages.

i'm a bit confused. do you want to have pagenumbers in the toc or not?
if not:

 \renewcommand\thepage{}
 \tableofcontents% insert it via insert-lists  toc
 \renewcommand\thepage{\arabic{page}}

if yes with fancyhdr write in preamble

\fancypagestyle{plain}{%
  \fancyhf{}
  \fancyfoot[C]{\bfseries \thepage}
  \renewcommand\headrulewidth{0pt}
  \renewcommand\footrulewidth{0pt}
}

 
 The Latex-preamble looks like this:
 
 \usepackage{tocloft}
 % Set Margins
 \renewcommand*\l@section{\@dottedtocline{1}{1.5em}{2.3em}}
 \renewcommand*\l@subsection{\@dottedtocline{2}{3.8em}{3.2em}}
 \renewcommand*\l@subsubsection{\@dottedtocline{3}{7.0em}{4.1em}}
 \renewcommand*\l@paragraph{\@dottedtocline{4}{10em}{5em}}
 \renewcommand*\l@subparagraph{\@dottedtocline{5}{12em}{6em}}
 \renewcommand*\l@figure{\@dottedtocline{1}{1.5em}{2.3em}}

this is in german doppelt gemoppelt. use tocloft OR the
equivilent latex commands.

Herbert

-- 
http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/



Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-05-02 Thread Andreas_Doering

   
   
Andre Berger   
   
<uzscd5@uni-bAn: [EMAIL PROTECTED]   
   
onn.de>  Kopie:
   
 Thema:  Re: Prevent linebreaks and 
pagenumbering in TOC  
26.04.01   
   
10:12  
   
Bitte  
   
antworten an   
   
Andre Berger   
   
   
   
   
   







* Andre Berger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, 2001-04-25 22:31 +0200:
>> * [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, 2001-04-25
11:37 +0200:
>> > 1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
>> > these linebreaks in the TOC?
>> > I tried
>> >
>> >  \mbox{ bla bla .bla}
>> >
>> > but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC
left
>> > the right margin. The section line looks
>> > quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
>> > section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.
>>
>> The "\samepage" LaTeX command works, to be found for example in Kopka
>> (1994: 1: ch. 3.5.5.5, p. 43 f.).
>>
>> I'm not at home and don't remember exactly how/where to use it. If
>> anybody is interested I'll look it up this evening.

>Oh, sorry, I made a mistake. The code I had in mind is to prevent
>*page*breaks within TOC items.

>\chapter{\samepage YOUR LONG LONG TITLE}

>To answer your actual question, do not put whole lines into the
>\mbox-Command. Put each offending/not-to-break word into its own \mbox.

>Andre Berger[[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

That doesn´t work too. After I inserted the word in the \mbox{BLALBABLA}
there was
no linebreak at all and the word is leaving the right margin.

My second problem still persists, does anyone has an idea?


>>
>>2. I tried Herbert Voss´ trick to prevent pagenumbering showing up in the
>>TOC:
>>
>> \tableofcontents
>> \addtocontents{toc}{\protect\thispagestyle{empty}}
>>
>>The problem is, that I´m using fancyheader, so I tried a
>>
>> \addtocontents{toc} {\protect\fancyfoot{}}
>>
>>This works fine for the TOC, but in the normal text, the pagenumbering at
>>even pages disappeared.


>I personnaly use the fancyplain facility to change headers and footers
>for special pages (i.e. no printing of chaptermarks in the first page
>of a chapter. Yous shouls have look at the fancyhdr doc.

I did this before, but I´m only able to avoid pagenumbering at the first
page of the TOC.
Though I did a

\fancyfoot[LE]{\thepage}

at the plain text after the TOC to reestablish the settings in the
LATEX-preface, there this is already entered. This works, but I think,
that´s not the way it should be handeled. It doesn´t work for Klyx either.


Thanks in advance

Andi










Re: Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-05-02 Thread Herbert Voss

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >>
> >>This works fine for the TOC, but in the normal text, the pagenumbering at
> >>even pages disappeared.
> 
> >I personnaly use the fancyplain facility to change headers and footers
> >for special pages (i.e. no printing of chaptermarks in the first page
> >of a chapter. Yous shouls have look at the fancyhdr doc.
> 
> I did this before, but I´m only able to avoid pagenumbering at the first
> page of the TOC.
> Though I did a
> 
> \fancyfoot[LE]{\thepage}
> 
> at the plain text after the TOC to reestablish the settings in the
> LATEX-preface, there this is already entered. This works, but I think,
> that´s not the way it should be handeled. It doesn´t work for Klyx either.

try at the very first line in tex(red)
\renewcommand\thepage{}

behind the insert toc-command
\renewcommand\thepage{\arabic{page}}

Herbert

-- 
http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/



Antwort: Re: Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-05-02 Thread Andreas_Doering

I´m sorry, but it didn´t work. There are still no pagenumbers at even 
pages. 
Attached you will find the beginning of my Lyx-file, maybe I 
missunderstood something wrong.

\renewcommand\thepage{}
\tableofcontents
\addtocontents{toc} {\protect\fancyfoot{}}
\renewcommand\thepage{\arabic{page}}

The Latex-preamble looks like this:

\usepackage{tocloft}
% Set Margins
\renewcommand*\l@section{\@dottedtocline{1}{1.5em}{2.3em}}
\renewcommand*\l@subsection{\@dottedtocline{2}{3.8em}{3.2em}}
\renewcommand*\l@subsubsection{\@dottedtocline{3}{7.0em}{4.1em}}
\renewcommand*\l@paragraph{\@dottedtocline{4}{10em}{5em}}
\renewcommand*\l@subparagraph{\@dottedtocline{5}{12em}{6em}}
\renewcommand*\l@figure{\@dottedtocline{1}{1.5em}{2.3em}}
\let\l@table\l@figure
\makeatletter
\usepackage{fancyhdr}
\renewcommand{\chaptermark}[1]{% twoside and 
 \markboth{%
\ifnum \c@secnumdepth >\m@ne
\hfill\thechapter\quad \if @mainmatter
 \@chapapp\ \thechapter\quad
 \fi
\fi
#1%
  }{%
 \ifnum \c@secnumdepth >\m@ne
 \if @mainmatter
 \@chapapp\ \thechapter\quad
 \fi
  \fi
#1%
  }%
}%
\makeatother
\renewcommand\sectionmark[1]{\markright{\thesection\ #1}}
\renewcommand\headrulewidth{0pt}
\renewcommand\footrulewidth{0pt}
% positioning
\usepackage{color}
\definecolor{myColor}{rgb}{0.9,0.9,0.9}
\fancyhead{}% delte the defaults
 \fancyhead[LE]{\colorbox{myColor}{\parbox{1\columnwidth}{\leftmark}}} % 
even pages!
 \fancyhead[RO]{\colorbox{myColor}{\parbox{1\columnwidth}{\rightmark}}} % 
odd pages!
\fancyfoot{} % clear
\fancyfoot[RE,LO]{\thepage} % right-even and left-odd
 
\newcommand{\clearemptydoublepage}{\newpage{\pagestyle{empty}\cleardoublepage}}

Andi





Herbert Voss
Gesendet von: voss
02.05.01 11:12

 
An: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Kopie:  Andre Berger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Thema:  Re: Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >>
> >>This works fine for the TOC, but in the normal text, the pagenumbering 
at
> >>even pages disappeared.
> 
> >I personnaly use the fancyplain facility to change headers and footers
> >for special pages (i.e. no printing of chaptermarks in the first page
> >of a chapter. Yous shouls have look at the fancyhdr doc.
> 
> I did this before, but I´m only able to avoid pagenumbering at the first
> page of the TOC.
> Though I did a
> 
> \fancyfoot[LE]{\thepage}
> 
> at the plain text after the TOC to reestablish the settings in the
> LATEX-preface, there this is already entered. This works, but I think,
> that´s not the way it should be handeled. It doesn´t work for Klyx 
either.

try at the very first line in tex(red)
\renewcommand\thepage{}

behind the insert toc-command
\renewcommand\thepage{\arabic{page}}

Herbert

-- 
http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/






Re: Antwort: Re: Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-05-02 Thread Herbert Voss

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> 
> I´m sorry, but it didn´t work. There are still no pagenumbers at even
> pages.

i'm a bit confused. do you want to have pagenumbers in the toc or not?
if not:

> \renewcommand\thepage{}
> \tableofcontents% insert it via insert->lists & toc
> \renewcommand\thepage{\arabic{page}}

if yes with fancyhdr write in preamble

\fancypagestyle{plain}{%
  \fancyhf{}
  \fancyfoot[C]{\bfseries \thepage}
  \renewcommand\headrulewidth{0pt}
  \renewcommand\footrulewidth{0pt}
}

> 
> The Latex-preamble looks like this:
> 
> \usepackage{tocloft}
> % Set Margins
> \renewcommand*\l@section{\@dottedtocline{1}{1.5em}{2.3em}}
> \renewcommand*\l@subsection{\@dottedtocline{2}{3.8em}{3.2em}}
> \renewcommand*\l@subsubsection{\@dottedtocline{3}{7.0em}{4.1em}}
> \renewcommand*\l@paragraph{\@dottedtocline{4}{10em}{5em}}
> \renewcommand*\l@subparagraph{\@dottedtocline{5}{12em}{6em}}
> \renewcommand*\l@figure{\@dottedtocline{1}{1.5em}{2.3em}}

this is in german doppelt gemoppelt. use tocloft OR the
equivilent latex commands.

Herbert

-- 
http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/



Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-04-26 Thread Andre Berger

* Andre Berger [EMAIL PROTECTED], 2001-04-25 22:31 +0200:
 * [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED], 2001-04-25 11:37 +0200:
  1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
  these linebreaks in the TOC?
  I tried
  
   \mbox{ bla bla .bla}
  
  but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC left
  the right margin. The section line looks
  quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
  section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.
 
 The \samepage LaTeX command works, to be found for example in Kopka
 (1994: 1: ch. 3.5.5.5, p. 43 f.).
 
 I'm not at home and don't remember exactly how/where to use it. If
 anybody is interested I'll look it up this evening.

Oh, sorry, I made a mistake. The code I had in mind is to prevent
*page*breaks within TOC items.

\chapter{\samepage YOUR LONG LONG TITLE}

To answer your actual question, do not put whole lines into the
\mbox-Command. Put each offending/not-to-break word into its own \mbox.

Andre Berger[[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

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Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-04-26 Thread Andre Berger

* Andre Berger [EMAIL PROTECTED], 2001-04-25 22:31 +0200:
 * [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED], 2001-04-25 11:37 +0200:
  1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
  these linebreaks in the TOC?
  I tried
  
   \mbox{ bla bla .bla}
  
  but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC left
  the right margin. The section line looks
  quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
  section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.
 
 The \samepage LaTeX command works, to be found for example in Kopka
 (1994: 1: ch. 3.5.5.5, p. 43 f.).
 
 I'm not at home and don't remember exactly how/where to use it. If
 anybody is interested I'll look it up this evening.

Oh, sorry, I made a mistake. The code I had in mind is to prevent
*page*breaks within TOC items.

\chapter{\samepage YOUR LONG LONG TITLE}

To answer your actual question, do not put whole lines into the
\mbox-Command. Put each offending/not-to-break word into its own \mbox.

Andre Berger[[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

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Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-04-26 Thread Andre Berger

* Andre Berger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, 2001-04-25 22:31 +0200:
> * [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, 2001-04-25 11:37 +0200:
> > 1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
> > these linebreaks in the TOC?
> > I tried
> > 
> >  \mbox{ bla bla .bla}
> > 
> > but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC left
> > the right margin. The section line looks
> > quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
> > section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.
> 
> The "\samepage" LaTeX command works, to be found for example in Kopka
> (1994: 1: ch. 3.5.5.5, p. 43 f.).
> 
> I'm not at home and don't remember exactly how/where to use it. If
> anybody is interested I'll look it up this evening.

Oh, sorry, I made a mistake. The code I had in mind is to prevent
*page*breaks within TOC items.

\chapter{\samepage YOUR LONG LONG TITLE}

To answer your actual question, do not put whole lines into the
\mbox-Command. Put each offending/not-to-break word into its own \mbox.

Andre Berger[[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

 PGP signature


Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-04-25 Thread Jean-Pierre.Chretien


From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 10:07:37 +0200
X-MIMETrack: Serialize by Router on NNMAIL01/SRV/MAN_Nutzfahrzeuge(Release 
5.0.4 |June 8, 2000) at 04/25/2001 10:07:38 AM


Hi Lyxers!

I´m a Lyx-newbie and ran in two problems:

1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
these linebreaks in the TOC?
I tried

 \mbox{ bla bla .bla}

but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC left
the right margin. The section line looks
quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.

You will get in trouble as well with the runnib headers I guess.
The optional text in sectioning instructions allows to get
shorter test in both places.


2. I tried Herbert Voss´ trick to prevent pagenumbering showing up in the
TOC:

 \tableofcontents
 \addtocontents{toc}{\protect\thispagestyle{empty}}

The problem is, that I´m using fancyheader, so I tried a

 \addtocontents{toc} {\protect\fancyfoot{}}

This works fine for the TOC, but in the normal text, the pagenumbering at
even pages disappeared.

Thanks in advance

I personnaly use the fancyplain facility to change headers and footers
for special pages (i.e. no printing of chaptermarks in the first page
of a chapter. Yous shouls have look at the fancyhdr doc.


-- 
Jean-Pierre




Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-04-25 Thread Andre Berger

* [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED], 2001-04-25 11:37 +0200:
 1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
 these linebreaks in the TOC?
 I tried
 
  \mbox{ bla bla .bla}
 
 but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC left
 the right margin. The section line looks
 quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
 section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.

The \samepage LaTeX command works, to be found for example in Kopka
(1994: 1: ch. 3.5.5.5, p. 43 f.).

I'm not at home and don't remember exactly how/where to use it. If
anybody is interested I'll look it up this evening.

Andre Berger[[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

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Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-04-25 Thread Andreas_Doering

   
  
Jean-Pierre.Chretie   
  
n  An: [EMAIL PROTECTED], 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]   
Jean-Pierre.ChretieKopie: 
  
[EMAIL PROTECTED]  Thema:  Re: Prevent linebreaks and 
pagenumbering in TOC  
   
  
25.04.01 10:18 
  
Bitte antworten an 
  
Jean-Pierre.Chretie   
  
n 
  
   
  
   
  











I´m a Lyx-newbie and ran in two problems:

1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
these linebreaks in the TOC?
I tried

 \mbox{ bla bla .bla}

but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC left
the right margin. The section line looks
quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.

You will get in trouble as well with the runnib headers I guess.
The optional text in sectioning instructions allows to get
shorter test in both places.


2. I tried Herbert Voss´ trick to prevent pagenumbering showing up in the
TOC:

 \tableofcontents
 \addtocontents{toc}{\protect\thispagestyle{empty}}

The problem is, that I´m using fancyheader, so I tried a

 \addtocontents{toc} {\protect\fancyfoot{}}

This works fine for the TOC, but in the normal text, the pagenumbering at
even pages disappeared.

Thanks in advance

I personnaly use the fancyplain facility to change headers and footers
for special pages (i.e. no printing of chaptermarks in the first page
of a chapter. Yous shouls have look at the fancyhdr doc.

I did this before, but I´m only able to avoid pagenumbering at the first
page of the TOC.
Though I did a

\fancyfoot[LE]{\thepage}

at the plain text after the TOC to reestablish the settings in the
LATEX-preface, there this is already entered. This works, but I think,
that´s not the way it should be handeled.

Andi













Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-04-25 Thread Andreas_Doering

   

Andre Berger   

uzscd5@uni-bAn: [EMAIL PROTECTED]   

onn.de  Kopie:

 Thema:  Re: Prevent linebreaks and 
pagenumbering in TOC   
25.04.01   

11:58  

Bitte  

antworten an   

Andre Berger   

   

   







 1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
 these linebreaks in the TOC?
 I tried

  \mbox{ bla bla .bla}

 but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC left
 the right margin. The section line looks
 quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
 section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.

The \samepage LaTeX command works, to be found for example in Kopka
(1994: 1: ch. 3.5.5.5, p. 43 f.).

I'm not at home and don't remember exactly how/where to use it. If
anybody is interested I'll look it up this evening.

Andre Berger[[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

That would be great.


Andi






Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-04-25 Thread Jean-Pierre.Chretien


From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 10:07:37 +0200
X-MIMETrack: Serialize by Router on NNMAIL01/SRV/MAN_Nutzfahrzeuge(Release 
5.0.4 |June 8, 2000) at 04/25/2001 10:07:38 AM


Hi Lyxers!

I´m a Lyx-newbie and ran in two problems:

1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
these linebreaks in the TOC?
I tried

 \mbox{ bla bla .bla}

but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC left
the right margin. The section line looks
quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.

You will get in trouble as well with the runnib headers I guess.
The optional text in sectioning instructions allows to get
shorter test in both places.


2. I tried Herbert Voss´ trick to prevent pagenumbering showing up in the
TOC:

 \tableofcontents
 \addtocontents{toc}{\protect\thispagestyle{empty}}

The problem is, that I´m using fancyheader, so I tried a

 \addtocontents{toc} {\protect\fancyfoot{}}

This works fine for the TOC, but in the normal text, the pagenumbering at
even pages disappeared.

Thanks in advance

I personnaly use the fancyplain facility to change headers and footers
for special pages (i.e. no printing of chaptermarks in the first page
of a chapter. Yous shouls have look at the fancyhdr doc.


-- 
Jean-Pierre




Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-04-25 Thread Andre Berger

* [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED], 2001-04-25 11:37 +0200:
 1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
 these linebreaks in the TOC?
 I tried
 
  \mbox{ bla bla .bla}
 
 but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC left
 the right margin. The section line looks
 quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
 section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.

The \samepage LaTeX command works, to be found for example in Kopka
(1994: 1: ch. 3.5.5.5, p. 43 f.).

I'm not at home and don't remember exactly how/where to use it. If
anybody is interested I'll look it up this evening.

Andre Berger[[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

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Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-04-25 Thread Andreas_Doering

   
  
Jean-Pierre.Chretie   
  
n  An: [EMAIL PROTECTED], 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]   
Jean-Pierre.ChretieKopie: 
  
[EMAIL PROTECTED]  Thema:  Re: Prevent linebreaks and 
pagenumbering in TOC  
   
  
25.04.01 10:18 
  
Bitte antworten an 
  
Jean-Pierre.Chretie   
  
n 
  
   
  
   
  











I´m a Lyx-newbie and ran in two problems:

1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
these linebreaks in the TOC?
I tried

 \mbox{ bla bla .bla}

but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC left
the right margin. The section line looks
quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.

You will get in trouble as well with the runnib headers I guess.
The optional text in sectioning instructions allows to get
shorter test in both places.


2. I tried Herbert Voss´ trick to prevent pagenumbering showing up in the
TOC:

 \tableofcontents
 \addtocontents{toc}{\protect\thispagestyle{empty}}

The problem is, that I´m using fancyheader, so I tried a

 \addtocontents{toc} {\protect\fancyfoot{}}

This works fine for the TOC, but in the normal text, the pagenumbering at
even pages disappeared.

Thanks in advance

I personnaly use the fancyplain facility to change headers and footers
for special pages (i.e. no printing of chaptermarks in the first page
of a chapter. Yous shouls have look at the fancyhdr doc.

I did this before, but I´m only able to avoid pagenumbering at the first
page of the TOC.
Though I did a

\fancyfoot[LE]{\thepage}

at the plain text after the TOC to reestablish the settings in the
LATEX-preface, there this is already entered. This works, but I think,
that´s not the way it should be handeled.

Andi













Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-04-25 Thread Andreas_Doering

   

Andre Berger   

uzscd5@uni-bAn: [EMAIL PROTECTED]   

onn.de  Kopie:

 Thema:  Re: Prevent linebreaks and 
pagenumbering in TOC   
25.04.01   

11:58  

Bitte  

antworten an   

Andre Berger   

   

   







 1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
 these linebreaks in the TOC?
 I tried

  \mbox{ bla bla .bla}

 but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC left
 the right margin. The section line looks
 quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
 section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.

The \samepage LaTeX command works, to be found for example in Kopka
(1994: 1: ch. 3.5.5.5, p. 43 f.).

I'm not at home and don't remember exactly how/where to use it. If
anybody is interested I'll look it up this evening.

Andre Berger[[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

That would be great.


Andi






Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-04-25 Thread Jean-Pierre.Chretien


>>From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>>Subject: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC
>>To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>>Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 10:07:37 +0200
>>X-MIMETrack: Serialize by Router on NNMAIL01/SRV/MAN_Nutzfahrzeuge(Release 
5.0.4 |June 8, 2000) at 04/25/2001 10:07:38 AM
>>
>>
>>Hi Lyxers!
>>
>>I´m a Lyx-newbie and ran in two problems:
>>
>>1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
>>these linebreaks in the TOC?
>>I tried
>>
>> \mbox{ bla bla .bla}
>>
>>but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC left
>>the right margin. The section line looks
>>quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
>>section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.

You will get in trouble as well with the runnib headers I guess.
The optional text in sectioning instructions allows to get
shorter test in both places.

>>
>>2. I tried Herbert Voss´ trick to prevent pagenumbering showing up in the
>>TOC:
>>
>> \tableofcontents
>> \addtocontents{toc}{\protect\thispagestyle{empty}}
>>
>>The problem is, that I´m using fancyheader, so I tried a
>>
>> \addtocontents{toc} {\protect\fancyfoot{}}
>>
>>This works fine for the TOC, but in the normal text, the pagenumbering at
>>even pages disappeared.
>>
>>Thanks in advance

I personnaly use the fancyplain facility to change headers and footers
for special pages (i.e. no printing of chaptermarks in the first page
of a chapter. Yous shouls have look at the fancyhdr doc.


-- 
Jean-Pierre




Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-04-25 Thread Andre Berger

* [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, 2001-04-25 11:37 +0200:
> 1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
> these linebreaks in the TOC?
> I tried
> 
>  \mbox{ bla bla .bla}
> 
> but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC left
> the right margin. The section line looks
> quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
> section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.

The "\samepage" LaTeX command works, to be found for example in Kopka
(1994: 1: ch. 3.5.5.5, p. 43 f.).

I'm not at home and don't remember exactly how/where to use it. If
anybody is interested I'll look it up this evening.

Andre Berger[[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

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Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-04-25 Thread Andreas_Doering

   
  
"Jean-Pierre.Chretie   
  
n"  An: [EMAIL PROTECTED], 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]   
  Thema:  Re: Prevent linebreaks and 
pagenumbering in TOC  
   
  
25.04.01 10:18 
  
Bitte antworten an 
  
"Jean-Pierre.Chretie   
  
n" 
  
   
  
   
  










>>
>>I´m a Lyx-newbie and ran in two problems:
>>
>>1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
>>these linebreaks in the TOC?
>>I tried
>>
>> \mbox{ bla bla .bla}
>>
>>but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC left
>>the right margin. The section line looks
>>quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
>>section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.

>You will get in trouble as well with the runnib headers I guess.
>The optional text in sectioning instructions allows to get
>shorter test in both places.

>>
>>2. I tried Herbert Voss´ trick to prevent pagenumbering showing up in the
>>TOC:
>>
>> \tableofcontents
>> \addtocontents{toc}{\protect\thispagestyle{empty}}
>>
>>The problem is, that I´m using fancyheader, so I tried a
>>
>> \addtocontents{toc} {\protect\fancyfoot{}}
>>
>>This works fine for the TOC, but in the normal text, the pagenumbering at
>>even pages disappeared.
>>
>>Thanks in advance

>I personnaly use the fancyplain facility to change headers and footers
>for special pages (i.e. no printing of chaptermarks in the first page
>of a chapter. Yous shouls have look at the fancyhdr doc.

I did this before, but I´m only able to avoid pagenumbering at the first
page of the TOC.
Though I did a

\fancyfoot[LE]{\thepage}

at the plain text after the TOC to reestablish the settings in the
LATEX-preface, there this is already entered. This works, but I think,
that´s not the way it should be handeled.

Andi













Antwort: Re: Prevent linebreaks and pagenumbering in TOC

2001-04-25 Thread Andreas_Doering

   

Andre Berger   

<uzscd5@uni-bAn: [EMAIL PROTECTED]   

onn.de>  Kopie:

 Thema:  Re: Prevent linebreaks and 
pagenumbering in TOC   
25.04.01   

11:58  

Bitte  

antworten an   

Andre Berger   

   

   







>> 1. The linebreaks within words at the TOC look ugly. How can I prevent
>> these linebreaks in the TOC?
>> I tried
>>
>>  \mbox{ bla bla .bla}
>>
>> but then, there wasn´t any linebreak at all and the line in the TOC left
>> the right margin. The section line looks
>> quite OK in the normal text, so I don´t want to do a linebreak in the
>> section line, causing the TOC-line to behave the same.

>The "\samepage" LaTeX command works, to be found for example in Kopka
>(1994: 1: ch. 3.5.5.5, p. 43 f.).

>I'm not at home and don't remember exactly how/where to use it. If
>anybody is interested I'll look it up this evening.

>Andre Berger[[EMAIL PROTECTED]]

That would be great.


Andi






Re: Problem with \pagenumbering

2000-03-17 Thread Torsten Mueller

Anyone knows what's going on? I'll apreciate any sugestions.
maybe you can do it easier:

Start your document with \frontmatter .
After that the TOC, abstract and such things follow.
Then \mainmatter
your chapters

at the end \backmatter

I have used this with book style.
Of course all commands must be in Tex-Mode.

Hope this helps,
Torsten



Re: Problem with \pagenumbering

2000-03-17 Thread Torsten Mueller

Anyone knows what's going on? I'll apreciate any sugestions.
maybe you can do it easier:

Start your document with \frontmatter .
After that the TOC, abstract and such things follow.
Then \mainmatter
your chapters

at the end \backmatter

I have used this with book style.
Of course all commands must be in Tex-Mode.

Hope this helps,
Torsten



Re: Problem with \pagenumbering

2000-03-17 Thread Torsten Mueller

>Anyone knows what's going on? I'll apreciate any sugestions.
maybe you can do it easier:

Start your document with \frontmatter .
After that the TOC, abstract and such things follow.
Then \mainmatter
your chapters

at the end \backmatter

I have used this with book style.
Of course all commands must be in Tex-Mode.

Hope this helps,
Torsten



Problem with \pagenumbering

2000-03-16 Thread Diego A. Puertas F.

Hello list. My thesis is now ready for the first revisión (at last) and
I'm just in the formating stage. 

I'm using \pagenumbering{roman} at the very first line of the document, 
and \pagenumbering{arabic} in the same line of the paragraph Chapter 1, in
order to have the pages numbered until chapter 1 in romans and since then
in arabics. But there is a problem, the first two pages of the output
apear numbered as "i" (the real number "i" and the suposed-to-be number
"ii"), the same thing happens with page 1.
The number of the 2 pages where I insert \pagenumbering{} apears
repeated in the next page !!!

Anyone knows what's going on? I'll apreciate any sugestions.


Diego 





Problem with \pagenumbering

2000-03-16 Thread Diego A. Puertas F.

Hello list. My thesis is now ready for the first revisión (at last) and
I'm just in the formating stage. 

I'm using \pagenumbering{roman} at the very first line of the document, 
and \pagenumbering{arabic} in the same line of the paragraph Chapter 1, in
order to have the pages numbered until chapter 1 in romans and since then
in arabics. But there is a problem, the first two pages of the output
apear numbered as "i" (the real number "i" and the suposed-to-be number
"ii"), the same thing happens with page 1.
The number of the 2 pages where I insert \pagenumbering{} apears
repeated in the next page !!!

Anyone knows what's going on? I'll apreciate any sugestions.


Diego 





Problem with \pagenumbering

2000-03-16 Thread Diego A. Puertas F.

Hello list. My thesis is now ready for the first revisión (at last) and
I'm just in the formating stage. 

I'm using \pagenumbering{roman} at the very first line of the document, 
and \pagenumbering{arabic} in the same line of the paragraph Chapter 1, in
order to have the pages numbered until chapter 1 in romans and since then
in arabics. But there is a problem, the first two pages of the output
apear numbered as "i" (the real number "i" and the suposed-to-be number
"ii"), the same thing happens with page 1.
The number of the 2 pages where I insert \pagenumbering{} apears
repeated in the next page !!!

Anyone knows what's going on? I'll apreciate any sugestions.


Diego 





Unwanted pagenumbering in Contents (report class).

1999-10-22 Thread Christian Ridderström

Hi LyX-users

I'm writing a technical report, using the class: report.
How can I remove the pagenumber from the 'Contents'-pages? (I've tried
using \thispagestyle{empty}, but it doesn't work).

Alternatively, how can I let the Contents-pages use roman numerals (I,
II, III, ...) and the rest of the report arabic, starting with 1.

y.s.

Christian Ridderström



Re: Unwanted pagenumbering in Contents (report class).

1999-10-22 Thread Herbert

Christian Ridderström wrote:
 
 Hi LyX-users
 
 I'm writing a technical report, using the class: report.
 How can I remove the pagenumber from the 'Contents'-pages? (I've tried
 using \thispagestyle{empty}, but it doesn't work).

\thispagestyle{empty} works only for one page!

try \pagestyle{empty}

 Alternatively, how can I let the Contents-pages use roman numerals (I,
 II, III, ...) and the rest of the report arabic, starting with 1.

\pagenumbering{Roman}  for I,II,...
\pagenumbering{roman}  for i,i,...
\pagenumbering{arabic} 

the counter always starts at 1.

Herbert


-- 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss



Unwanted pagenumbering in Contents (report class).

1999-10-22 Thread Christian Ridderström

Hi LyX-users

I'm writing a technical report, using the class: report.
How can I remove the pagenumber from the 'Contents'-pages? (I've tried
using \thispagestyle{empty}, but it doesn't work).

Alternatively, how can I let the Contents-pages use roman numerals (I,
II, III, ...) and the rest of the report arabic, starting with 1.

y.s.

Christian Ridderström



Re: Unwanted pagenumbering in Contents (report class).

1999-10-22 Thread Herbert

Christian Ridderström wrote:
 
 Hi LyX-users
 
 I'm writing a technical report, using the class: report.
 How can I remove the pagenumber from the 'Contents'-pages? (I've tried
 using \thispagestyle{empty}, but it doesn't work).

\thispagestyle{empty} works only for one page!

try \pagestyle{empty}

 Alternatively, how can I let the Contents-pages use roman numerals (I,
 II, III, ...) and the rest of the report arabic, starting with 1.

\pagenumbering{Roman}  for I,II,...
\pagenumbering{roman}  for i,i,...
\pagenumbering{arabic} 

the counter always starts at 1.

Herbert


-- 
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Unwanted pagenumbering in Contents (report class).

1999-10-22 Thread Christian Ridderström

Hi LyX-users

I'm writing a technical report, using the class: report.
How can I remove the pagenumber from the 'Contents'-pages? (I've tried
using \thispagestyle{empty}, but it doesn't work).

Alternatively, how can I let the Contents-pages use roman numerals (I,
II, III, ...) and the rest of the report arabic, starting with 1.

y.s.

Christian Ridderström



Re: Unwanted pagenumbering in Contents (report class).

1999-10-22 Thread Herbert

Christian Ridderström wrote:
> 
> Hi LyX-users
> 
> I'm writing a technical report, using the class: report.
> How can I remove the pagenumber from the 'Contents'-pages? (I've tried
> using \thispagestyle{empty}, but it doesn't work).

\thispagestyle{empty} works only for one page!

try \pagestyle{empty}

> Alternatively, how can I let the Contents-pages use roman numerals (I,
> II, III, ...) and the rest of the report arabic, starting with 1.

\pagenumbering{Roman}  for I,II,...
\pagenumbering{roman}  for i,i,...
\pagenumbering{arabic} 

the counter always starts at 1.

Herbert


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Pagenumbering

1999-05-21 Thread Steffen Schmidt

Hi,

is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
LyX?

Thanks
Steffen


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Re: Pagenumbering

1999-05-21 Thread Andreas Jahnen

---Reply to mail from Steffen Schmidt about Pagenumbering

 Hi,
 
 is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
 have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
 and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
 LyX?

That is possible. Use (as Latex = red) this commands:

\pagenumbering{roman}   at the beginning of your dokument;
\pagenumbering{arabic}  at the beginning of your chapters


That's all.

Andreas

 
 Thanks
 Steffen
 

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Pagenumbering

1999-05-21 Thread Steffen Schmidt

Hi,

is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
LyX?

Thanks
Steffen


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Re: Pagenumbering

1999-05-21 Thread Andreas Jahnen

---Reply to mail from Steffen Schmidt about Pagenumbering

 Hi,
 
 is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
 have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
 and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
 LyX?

That is possible. Use (as Latex = red) this commands:

\pagenumbering{roman}   at the beginning of your dokument;
\pagenumbering{arabic}  at the beginning of your chapters


That's all.

Andreas

 
 Thanks
 Steffen
 

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Pagenumbering

1999-05-21 Thread Steffen Schmidt

Hi,

is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
LyX?

Thanks
Steffen


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Re: Pagenumbering

1999-05-21 Thread Andreas Jahnen

---Reply to mail from Steffen Schmidt about Pagenumbering

> Hi,
> 
> is it possible to change the pagenumbering - I mean, I would like to
> have my table of contents numbered in roman numbers (I, II, III, IV...)
> and the other parts in arabic numbers (1, 2, ...). Is this possible with
> LyX?

That is possible. Use (as Latex = red) this commands:

\pagenumbering{roman}   at the beginning of your dokument;
\pagenumbering{arabic}  at the beginning of your chapters


That's all.

Andreas

> 
> Thanks
> Steffen
> 

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