Roel Schipper - CITG | 1 Nov 09:59 2011
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RE: LaTeX Error: File `subscript.sty\' not found.

Hello Sergey,

 

I have tried this, and manually put the subscript.sty file in the latex folder as you described. After reconfiguring and looking in LyX under the menu Tools - TeX Information - LaTeX styles, subscript.sty is still not visible however. When I want to view the PDF it still comes back with the abovementioned error.

 

On my desktop, where the problem occurs, I run LyX and MikTeX 2.9 under Windows 7. On my small HP netbook, where I use XP, the problem does not occur… However, brewing a PDF on that small machine takes a long time. I remember having lots of difficulties with administrator/user rights when installing LyX 2.0 on both machines. Probably there is a slight difference between both installations.

 

I have a workaround by using math for subscripts now.

 

Kindly,

Roel

 

From: Churilov Sergey [mailto:curilov <at> gf.ukim.edu.mk]
Sent: vrijdag 28 oktober 2011 22:30
To: lyx-users <at> lists.lyx.org
Cc: H.R.Schipper <at>
Subject: LaTeX Error: File `subscript.sty\' not found.

 

Hi Roel,

 

I came across this problem recently and I solved it like this:

1. download file subscript.sty from http://ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/fragments.

2. Create new folder 'Subscript' in your MiKTeX installation folder (e.g. C:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.9\tex\latex)

3. Copy the file subscript.sty to the folder 'Subscript.

4. Reconfigure LyX.

 

I am using MiKTeX 2.9 and LyX 2.9 on WinXP. This procedure solved my problem.

I hope it can be useful in your case.

 

Regards,

Sergey

Murat Yildizoglu | 1 Nov 10:10 2011
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Re: LaTeX Error: File `subscript.sty\' not found.

Hi Roel,


A step is missing in Sergey's instructions : between 3 and 4 you must refresh Latex's package lists, it is called texhash. If I remember well, MikTex comes with a utility-configuration program in which you can refresh the package list. Otherwise, the new package will not be known to Latex, hence to Lyx, even if you reconfigure.

You can also do it manually : open a terminal as administrator and execute the following line in it: mktexlsr. It should grind for some time and stop.
Then if you reconfigure, stop and start again Lyx, it should see the new package.

Murat

2011/11/1 Roel Schipper - CITG <H.R.Schipper <at> tudelft.nl>

Hello Sergey,

 

I have tried this, and manually put the subscript.sty file in the latex folder as you described. After reconfiguring and looking in LyX under the menu Tools - TeX Information - LaTeX styles, subscript.sty is still not visible however. When I want to view the PDF it still comes back with the abovementioned error.

 

On my desktop, where the problem occurs, I run LyX and MikTeX 2.9 under Windows 7. On my small HP netbook, where I use XP, the problem does not occur… However, brewing a PDF on that small machine takes a long time. I remember having lots of difficulties with administrator/user rights when installing LyX 2.0 on both machines. Probably there is a slight difference between both installations.

 

I have a workaround by using math for subscripts now.

 

Kindly,

Roel

 

From: Churilov Sergey [mailto:curilov <at> gf.ukim.edu.mk]
Sent: vrijdag 28 oktober 2011 22:30
To: lyx-users <at> lists.lyx.org
Cc: H.R.Schipper <at>
Subject: LaTeX Error: File `subscript.sty\' not found.

 

Hi Roel,

 

I came across this problem recently and I solved it like this:

1. download file subscript.sty from http://ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/fragments.

2. Create new folder 'Subscript' in your MiKTeX installation folder (e.g. C:\Program Files\MiKTeX 2.9\tex\latex)

3. Copy the file subscript.sty to the folder 'Subscript.

4. Reconfigure LyX.

 

I am using MiKTeX 2.9 and LyX 2.9 on WinXP. This procedure solved my problem.

I hope it can be useful in your case.

 

Regards,

Sergey




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Prof. Murat Yildizoglu

Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV 
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

yildi <at> u-bordeaux4.fr



Eisa A. Alanazi | 1 Nov 12:11 2011
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Reference Style for Academy of Management Journal

Hello All, 

I am trying to find reference style for AMJ.
(style details: http://aom.pace.edu/amj/style_guide.pdf)

Actually, I didn't find any existing style close to it.
is there any reference style by Author name where citations being between parentheses ? 

Thanks. 
Eisa 
Richard Heck | 1 Nov 13:53 2011
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Re: Reference Style for Academy of Management Journal

On 11/01/2011 07:11 AM, Eisa A. Alanazi wrote:
> Hello All, 
>
> I am trying to find reference style for AMJ.
> (style details: http://aom.pace.edu/amj/style_guide.pdf)
>
> Actually, I didn't find any existing style close to it.
> is there any reference style by Author name where citations being between parentheses ? 
>
Whether citations are like [Jones, p. 32] or like (Jones, p. 32) is
controlled by an option to natbib, not by the BibTeX style. You can just
enter "round" into the custom options under Document>Settings>Document
Class.

Richard

Murat Yildizoglu | 1 Nov 19:33 2011
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Re: help!

I am very happy with the full TexLive distribution that comes with MacTeX. Maybe you should try again. I do not know basicTex, sorry.


Murat

2011/10/31 omri golan <golanomri <at> gmail.com>
 Hi im trying to start out with lyx, the download of the program went fine and it works but i had to download the basicTex cause the mactex wouldent unzip (i tried two mirors) . the  basicTex seems fine, but i only have the "view as rich text format" not the DVI option wich according to the tutorial is necessary, so i wasnt able to get the printed version, what am i doing wrong??? im using mac os x 10.6.8

thank you.



--
Prof. Murat Yildizoglu

Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV 
GREThA (UMR CNRS 5113)
Avenue Léon Duguit
33608 Pessac cedex
France

yildi <at> u-bordeaux4.fr



becko | 2 Nov 05:31 2011
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file esint.sty not found

I'm a beginner with Lyx and Latex in general. When I compile to pdf, I keep getting this error: "LaTeX Error: File 'esint.sty' not found.", and below it says: "*** (cannot \read from terminal in nonstop modes)"
 
Why is this happening? Where do I get that esint.sty file and where do I have to put it (or install it, or something) to fix this?
 
Thanks.
PhilipPirrip | 2 Nov 07:40 2011
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Re: file esint.sty not found

On 11/02/2011 05:31 AM, becko wrote:
> I'm a beginner with Lyx and Latex in general. When I compile to pdf, I
> keep getting this error: "LaTeX Error: File 'esint.sty' not found.", and
> below it says: "*** (cannot \read from terminal in nonstop modes)"
> Why is this happening? Where do I get that esint.sty file and where do I
> have to put it (or install it, or something) to fix this?
> Thanks.

Would be nice if you wrote the name and version of your LaTeX 
distribution. Is it MikTeX? There's a package manager where you can find 
esint.sty.

The other option would be to abandon using esint (I personally don't 
like the changes it introduces in integral signs):
Document Settings > Math Options > Use esint package automatically

becko | 2 Nov 09:23 2011
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Re: file esint.sty not found

I am using Lyx 1.6.5, MikTeX 2.8. But I have it installed on a machine with 
no internet access, and I  think that the MiKTeX manager needs internet to 
find the esynt file. Where can I find this file myself? And how do I install 
it?

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From: "PhilipPirrip" <pip <at> net.hr>
Sent: Wednesday, November 02, 2011 1:40 AM
To: <lyx-users <at> lists.lyx.org>
Subject: Re: file esint.sty not found

> On 11/02/2011 05:31 AM, becko wrote:
>> I'm a beginner with Lyx and Latex in general. When I compile to pdf, I
>> keep getting this error: "LaTeX Error: File 'esint.sty' not found.", and
>> below it says: "*** (cannot \read from terminal in nonstop modes)"
>> Why is this happening? Where do I get that esint.sty file and where do I
>> have to put it (or install it, or something) to fix this?
>> Thanks.
>
> Would be nice if you wrote the name and version of your LaTeX 
> distribution. Is it MikTeX? There's a package manager where you can find 
> esint.sty.
>
> The other option would be to abandon using esint (I personally don't like 
> the changes it introduces in integral signs):
> Document Settings > Math Options > Use esint package automatically
>
> 

Guenter Milde | 2 Nov 09:43 2011
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Re: Weird linebreaks

On 2011-10-31, Liviu Andronic wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 4:10 PM, Helge Hafting <helge.hafting <at> hist.no> wrote:
>> With this, your document looks much better. There is still one line
>> that doesn't break properly. The best solution is to rewrite it
>> slightly. Or you can tweak the interword space/stretch/shrink, at the

> Manual hyphenation can be achieved by Insert > Formatting >
> Hyphenation point. See [1] section 5.6.

Also, using a narrower typewriter font may help. My favourite is "txtt"
(which unfortunately needs to be configured "per hand": Set the GUI selector
for monospaced to [Default] and put the line

\renewcommand{\ttdefault}{txtt}

in the custom LaTeX preamble.

Günter

PhilipPirrip | 2 Nov 10:23 2011
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Re: file esint.sty not found

On 11/02/2011 09:23 AM, becko wrote:
> I am using Lyx 1.6.5, MikTeX 2.8. But I have it installed on a machine
> with no internet access, and I think that the MiKTeX manager needs
> internet to find the esynt file. Where can I find this file myself? And
> how do I install it?

http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/

Try to put the .sty in the folder where your document is. Or search for 
some other .sty's where your MikTeX installation resides.


Gmane