26 Apr 16:42 2015

### [TeXmacs] Changing alignment of a document

Hi again,

I am using Texmacs version 1.99.2.

I remarked that when I change the alignment of a document (Menu "Document", "Paragraph...", "Basic" tab), the document is logically marked as modified (an asterisk appears in the title bar). Meanwhile, it is not possible to undo the operation: when, just after that, I type "ctrl+z" or click on the menu "Edit->Undo", it undoes the edits before the change of alignment but not the alignment.

Is this supposed to work like that? Is there an undo operation for the alignment (besides manually putting back the alignment) ?

Best,

26 Apr 15:22 2015

### [TeXmacs]

HI all,

I am wondering if there is a recommended way to do commutative diagrams with Texmacs. I just need the simple commutative square such as: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/91/Commutative_square.svg ?

Also, I would like to say that each time I try a search on
http://lists.texmacs.org/wws
I get a "Internal Server Error".

Best,
23 Apr 01:35 2015

### Re: [TeXmacs] A "bug" in table algorithms ?

Prompted by Andrzej experience I tried also
on my Macbook Pro, OSX 10.9.5, 8G Ram, HD solid state Transcend,
2.53 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo, in general a machine that works
well and which i don't hack, it is clean. I get the same bad performace,
maybe an epsilon better, but far from good.

I'm using TeXmacs stable (1.99.2), Andrzej,
can you please tell me which version you are using ?

goodnight
Nicola

On Wed, Apr 22, 2015 at 9:47 PM, Andrzej J. Maciejewski wrote:
Hi, on my mac pro 2014 I open the file and I can work on it without problem.
With best regards
-Andrze

On 22 April 2015 at 19:38, Nicola Mingotti wrote:
Hi guys,

I'm studing a large set of health centers for a company,
well, i was trying to insert a sorted list of these centers
in my report when I saw there is a notable slowdown
in TeXmacs.

When making a simple table of about 600 elements TeXmacs
gets extremely slow and eventually i lose control of the
interface.

The data was imported from TeX. I'm on a Debian stable,
TeXmacs stable. VMWare Linux guest in OSX host.

I attach you the .tm file, maybe in your computer it
runs smoothly ... otherwise probably there is something
to tune in the table algorithms.

Let me know.

bye
Nicola Mingotti

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22 Apr 19:38 2015

### [TeXmacs] A "bug" in table algorithms ?

Hi guys,

I'm studing a large set of health centers for a company,
well, i was trying to insert a sorted list of these centers
in my report when I saw there is a notable slowdown
in TeXmacs.

When making a simple table of about 600 elements TeXmacs
gets extremely slow and eventually i lose control of the
interface.

The data was imported from TeX. I'm on a Debian stable,
TeXmacs stable. VMWare Linux guest in OSX host.

I attach you the .tm file, maybe in your computer it
runs smoothly ... otherwise probably there is something
to tune in the table algorithms.

Let me know.

bye
Nicola Mingotti

Attachment (health-center-list.tm): text/x-texmacs, 56 KiB
21 Apr 15:47 2015

### Re: [TeXmacs] "Copy/Paste" (La)TeX blocks in TeXmacs?

Yesss !:)

It is exactly what i was looking for !

I just copy/pasted a table from Mathematica and it worked pefectly.

Then with a formula it was necessary to put the  as Michael said.

Thank both of you

bye
Nicola

On Tue, Apr 21, 2015 at 3:38 PM, Michael Shea wrote:
Yes indeed. With your Latex in the clipboard, just do an Edit->Paste From->Latex.

Make sure you latex has the math mode delimiters (ie $or$$). On Tue, Apr 21, 2015 at 8:14 AM, Nicola Mingotti wrote: Hi guys, I've a problem that i suppose many of you already met. I saw TeXmacs has an importer from LaTeX files, it works very well and it was fundamental for my migration to TeXmacs. Ok, now my problem is this, i usually get LaTeX chunks from mathematical software like R / Mathematica / Maple and I would like to copy/paste them into TeXmacs. Is there a practical way to do it? I mean without makig a tmp.tex file and then File->Import-LaTex ? bye Nicola Mingotti 21 Apr 15:14 2015 ### [TeXmacs] "Copy/Paste" (La)TeX blocks in TeXmacs? Hi guys, I've a problem that i suppose many of you already met. I saw TeXmacs has an importer from LaTeX files, it works very well and it was fundamental for my migration to TeXmacs. Ok, now my problem is this, i usually get LaTeX chunks from mathematical software like R / Mathematica / Maple and I would like to copy/paste them into TeXmacs. Is there a practical way to do it? I mean without makig a tmp.tex file and then File->Import-LaTex ? bye Nicola Mingotti 16 Apr 00:05 2015 ### [TeXmacs] Core dumping I am running version 1.99.2 on Fedora 21. It pretty much crashes all the time. It is hard to say exactly what causes it, but usually after or during File->Export->PDF. As far as I can tell I have the latest version. Is there a work around for this bug? For now I just make sure I save all my files before trying to export anything as PDF. Thanks for any help. --shiv-- Here is what I get on the terminal from start up to crash: [shiv <at> zygmund ~]$ texmacs Documents/Papers/Traffic/trafficPDE7.tm &
[1] 463
[shiv <at> zygmund ~]\$ Fontconfig error:
"/etc/fonts/conf.d/10-scale-bitmap-fonts.conf", line 70: non-double
matrix element
Fontconfig error: "/etc/fonts/conf.d/10-scale-bitmap-fonts.conf", line
70: non-double matrix element
Fontconfig warning: "/etc/fonts/conf.d/10-scale-bitmap-fonts.conf", line
78: saw unknown, expected number
Fontconfig warning: "/etc/fonts/conf.d/65-0-lohit-bengali.conf", line
32: unknown element "langset"
Fontconfig warning: "/etc/fonts/conf.d/69-gnu-free-sans.conf", line 24:
unknown element "langset"
Fontconfig warning: "/etc/fonts/conf.d/69-gnu-free-serif.conf", line 24:
unknown element "langset"
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'string'

[1]+  Aborted                 (core dumped) texmacs
Documents/Papers/Traffic/trafficPDE7.tm


14 Apr 17:09 2015

### [TeXmacs] file changed on disk?

Hi guys,

i want to signal you a strange behaviour i get from TeXmacs
about 1 time every 15 I save my work. Consider I save
quite frequently, like every 5 minutes.
(I'm using Texmacs stable in Linux Debian stable)

I get this message on the bottom of the screen
that says something like "the file has been changed on disk,
are you sure you want to save?" .

Why is the program asking me this? Is there a way to get rid of it?

As far as i know I'm the only one accessing the file.
I'm working on a Dropbox directory, so there can be some
delay in writing.

bye
Nicola

23 Apr 18:25 2015

### Re: [TeXmacs] bold symbols in TeXmacs

You may be able to use sed to avoid some of the tedium

sed -i.bak -e 's/<with|math-font-series|bold|$$.*$$>/\\<b-up-\1\\>/g' *.tm

if it works well, you can delete the .bak files

Sam

On Mon, Apr 13, 2015 at 6:03 AM, Youjun Hu wrote:
Hi all,

It is a convention in math and physics that vectors are denoted by bold and upright symbols.
In texmacs-1.0.7 (I had used this version for 8 years), I input vectors by using latex commands \mathbf. However, the characters input this way are bold but not upright.
Joris van der Hoeven made the following comments: "we should interpret bold upright symbols as special symbols, and not as standard symbols in a fancy font. This requires to add several Unicode characters to TeXmacs, which is somewhat a hassle for me right now, but on the todo list."
It seems to me that the things on the todo list has been implemented in the TeXmacs-1.99.2.
The bold upright symbols can be input by using C-F6-x, where x is a character desired (corresponding to the .tm source code \<b-up-x\>).
In TeXmacs-1.99.2, the latex command \mathbf seems to be disabled, and it no longer generates bold fonts.
However all the .tm files created by me before using texmacs-1.99.2 are using the \mathbf command to generate bold characters.
To make these old .tm files able to be viewed in Texmacs-1.99.2, I edit the source of the .tm file by using emacs and do the following regexpress replace:
regexp replace: <with|math-font-series|bold|$$.*$$>
to  \\<b-up-\1\\>
Although this works, but it is tedious since I have lots of old .tm files that use \mathbf.

My question is:
Is it possible to make the latex simulator \mathbf still generate bold fonts in Texmacs-1.99.2?

Best,
Youjun

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26 Apr 23:31 2015

### Re: [TeXmacs] Export unroll presentation to pdf

Hi

I just saw this message. It's a bit late for a reply, but:

I implemented this feature not much ago and posted it here as a TeXmacs document with explanations and scheme code in it which you can just evaluate.

Or, if you are compiling TeXmacs from the latest SVN sources, you already have it. Just Export to PDF to test. You can revert to the old behavior through Preferences->Convert->Pdf

Best,

--
Miguel de  Benito.

On Thu, Nov 27, 2014 at 2:00 PM, Alexandre Dezotti wrote:
Hi all,

How could I export a presentation with unroll elements into a pdf file?

I would like to have one page for each unroll step, but what exporting to pdf produces is the whole page with no intermediary steps.

Is there a way to do what I want?

Best regards,

23 Apr 14:57 2014

### [TeXmacs] Centering the title in double-column mode

Hi,

I'm trying to center the title while writing paragraphs in double-column
mode. Is this supported by texmacs in any way?
I tried looking through the style sources but could not find anything
relevant.

Thanks,
Simon



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