Thanks again, I like lyx now. Using latex with lyx on top is very

I found a pyhton based bibliographic database handler named
pybliographer ( It has a
GUI and inserts citation directly into lyx.  (The Latex2HTML
converter - on a first try - seems to ignore the inserted BibTex
reference, though.)


Working with Lyx is actually really nice, I appreciate how to get 

(Referring to Pavlos Christoforou on Don, 29 Jun 2000)
> On Thu, 29 Jun 2000, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > Thank you for the comments and links for latex and docbook.
> > 
> > Going the latex path seems to me worthwhile - but on another day 
> > ;-) ,  I have already done some setup in zope that I would like to
> > build on.  What I did not find about LaTeX was a screenshot (isn't it
> Having used latex for a long time I would like to point out that if you
> are planing to to write many papers for conferences/publications Latex has
> some very helpful tools. For one many scientific journals provide Latex
> style files so you don't need to worry about formating. Also (and IMO the
> most important) are the pain in the ... bib contents. There are very nice
> bib databases for Latex and latex (or bibtex) can produce bibliography
> contents in the formats required by most journals. Check also Lynx which
> is a minimal (last i checked) wysiwig environment for Latex.
> Pavlos 
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