Waluyo Adi Siswanto | 1 Aug 02:13 2008
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Re: Blank page without page number

Thank you for the suggestion
I did searching in this forum and found related topic under the thread "turn
off page numbers but still count page" and learned from there as well. Now I
can get what I want (to have a clean transition blank (even) page, without
page number, but counted).
These tricks work:
In the end of every chapter
  ERT \thispagestyle{headings}\pagestyle{empty}
In the beginning of every chapter, a line after the Chapter environment
  ERT \pagestyle{headings}

For the clean Part environment
 ERT  \thispagestyle{empty}

I am just wondering whether it can be defined globally (maybe in the
preamble ?), so I do not need to type many times?

Regards
\Adi

On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 8:46 PM, James Sutherland <James.Sutherland@...
> wrote:

> Insert an ERT with \thispagestyle{empty}
>
>
>
> On Jul 31, 2008, at 2:38 AM, Waluyo Adi Siswanto <was.uthm@...>
> wrote:
>
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Christopher Stowasser | 1 Aug 10:10 2008
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Re: Labelling equations

I admit, that my last sentence is very confusing. Just forget about it. What
I meant was: If I put the cursor before or behind the math box, i.e in the
normal text, I can use the label function. As soon as I put the cursor in
the math box  the label function is inactive.  Therefore I cannot label the
equation in the math box.  As long as I cannot asign a label to the equation
it makes no sense to look at the pdf I guess.

Greetings,
Christopher

2008/7/31 Bob Lounsbury <boblounsbury@...>

> On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 7:02 AM, Christopher Stowasser
> <chrisstowasser@...> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I have a problem with labelling equations. If I want to label an equation
> I
> > put the cursor in the pink box surrounding the equation. Then I go to
> > "insert" and to "label". The function "label" is written in grey letters
> > now, i.e. inactive. If the cursor is outside the pink box the function
> > "label" works, but I cannot label the equation.
> >
> > Thanks in advance!
> > Christopher
> >
>
> I'm a little confused you may have to explain further. What do you
> mean the "label" works, but I cannot label the equation? How do you
> want to label it? What you have done should work. When you create a
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econkramer | 1 Aug 12:24 2008
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Natbib without Bibtex Problem.


Dear all,

I am using Natbib (lyx 1.5.4) for my bibliography. I have a problem with how
bibliography appear not in the text citation, but in the reference space at
the end of the paper.

I loaded the packages: natbib, citeref, hyperref,...

Then in the reference space I use the common tool from LYX: first, I set the
key, then the mark, finally my biblio elements. In text the quote appears
fine, using citet and citep, but the reference do not. At the end of each
element does appear the number [1], even though I have selected authoryear
in the biblio settings in document.

Example
References 

Author, 2002, Title, Journal. [1]

Author, Author, 2003, Title, Journal.
[1]

Do you know how to fix this?
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Alessandro Magni | 1 Aug 13:55 2008
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Re: problems with class and/or layout?

well, the problem is solved...
I obtained the original Elsevier class files from the conference website 
http://www.jems08.ie/publications.php (they provided elsart.cls, 
elsart5.cls).
Now that I downloaded them straight from Elsevier I have no more problems...

thank you!

Alessandro

Bob Lounsbury wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 3:49 AM, alexxx <magni@...> wrote:
>   
>> Greetings,
>> I used LyX up to now for basic tasks, but now I have to use the Elsevier
>> class, and I'm discovering a lot of new problems.
>> I chosed LyX right to avoid all the complexities of the Tex/LaTeX world, and
>> I'd be very sorry if to simply switch classes this was not sufficient!
>>
>> By choosing New->From template->elsart.lyx, even the standard template is
>> unable to be compiled, giving the errors:
>>
>> 1) undefined control sequence on " \title{Insert your Title Here}"
>> 2) Missing number, treated as zero , always on \title
>> 3) improper 'at' size (0.0pt), replaced by 10pt, always on \title
>> 4) Missing = inserted for \ifnum on \author{Author's name}
>> 5) Missing number, treated as zero, always on \author
>>
>> Yet, I have:
>> /usr/share/lyx/templates/elsart.lyx and /usr/share/lyx/layouts/elsart.layout
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Franck Pastor | 1 Aug 15:18 2008
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French localization of Lyx 1.5.6

Hello,

I have just downloaded Lyx 1.5.6 on my Power Mac G5. I use MacOSX  
10.4.11 as system, and its French-speaking localization. Problem: the  
menus and windows of Lyx 1.5.6 are all in English. With Lyx 1.5.5  
they were (rightly) in French. Maybe the French localization of Lyx  
1.5.6 is not yet available?

Thanks,

Franck Pastor
Laboratoire CESAME, unité MEMA
Bâtiment Euler, 4 avenue Georges Lemaître
1348 Louvain-La-Neuve
Belgique
Franck.Pastor@...

Bob Lounsbury | 1 Aug 16:21 2008
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Re: Labelling equations

On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 2:10 AM, Christopher Stowasser
<chrisstowasser@...> wrote:
> I admit, that my last sentence is very confusing. Just forget about it. What
> I meant was: If I put the cursor before or behind the math box, i.e in the
> normal text, I can use the label function. As soon as I put the cursor in
> the math box  the label function is inactive.  Therefore I cannot label the
> equation in the math box.  As long as I cannot asign a label to the equation
> it makes no sense to look at the pdf I guess.

It sounds as if you have a problem with the installation of LyX. This
is obviously not normal behavior. I would trying reinstalling LyX. It
may help developer's to know what platform you are using and what
version of LyX. You may also need to file a bug report if reinstalling
doesn't help.

Cheers,
/Bob

Máté Salát | 1 Aug 17:00 2008
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Command disabled

Hello,

For pressing Ctrl+<any number from 1 to 9> LyX says "Command disabled" on the status line, independently of
the existence of such a hotkey.

What does this message mean? I wanted to set up some custom hotkeys including these.

Cheers, Máté
Rich Shepard | 1 Aug 17:24 2008

Re: Command disabled

On Fri, 1 Aug 2008, Máté Salát wrote:

> For pressing Ctrl+<any number from 1 to 9> LyX says "Command disabled" on
> the status line, independently of the existence of such a hotkey.
>
> What does this message mean? I wanted to set up some custom hotkeys
> including these.

Máté,

   Did you specify the hotkey and its long form in your bind file? Mine is in
~/.lyx/bind/mybind, and it's a derivative of the emacs.bind file.

Rich

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Andrés Becerra Sandoval | 1 Aug 17:35 2008
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CopyStyle applied?

Hello,

I am very intrigued by the keyword CopyStyle recently discussed and I
would like to create a layout for the class exam
(http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/exam/)

This class defines an environment "questions" that groups all the exam
questions.
Each question is inserted with the command "question" and is
automatically numbered.
The answers for the question are defined with the environment "solution"
The following is a minimal example:

\documentclass[12pt]{exam}
\begin{document}
%\printanswers
\begin{questions}

\question
What is the speed of light?

\begin{solution}
300000 km/s
\end{solution}

\question
What is the color of the sky?

\begin{solution}
Blue
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Paul A. Rubin | 1 Aug 17:57 2008
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Re: Labelling equations

Christopher Stowasser wrote:
> I admit, that my last sentence is very confusing. Just forget about it. What
> I meant was: If I put the cursor before or behind the math box, i.e in the
> normal text, I can use the label function. As soon as I put the cursor in
> the math box  the label function is inactive.  Therefore I cannot label the
> equation in the math box.  As long as I cannot asign a label to the equation
> it makes no sense to look at the pdf I guess.
> 

Just to make sure we're all on the same page, you're talking about a 
displayed math inset (on its own line), right?  If you have a math inset 
in the middle of a line of text, you won't be able to insert a label 
(the label item on the insert menu is grayed out), because inserting a 
label there makes no sense.  A label in a math inset refers to the 
equation number, and in-line math insets don't get numbered.

/Paul


Gmane