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Customize single book citation 13/12/2013 17:01, lucouto Hi there,
I'm using LaTeX from some years now and it comes the time to write some Theology papers. So, I'm working with a specific book that I'd like to cite differently inside my document. The first time I quote a passage, the book reference appears in the footnote as :
Hans Urs von Balthasar. La dramatique divine. T... Re: Additional Rule after ToC Entry causes bad Page Breaks 13/12/2013 16:05, localghost I didn't take into account that a part heading of course can consist only of characters without descenders. So we need an invisible strut here to balance this.
Supplement the redefinition of \cftpartafterpnum with the \strut command to insert an invisible rule with a height of 0.7\baselineskip and a depth of 0.3\basel... Re: Additional Rule after ToC Entry causes bad Page Breaks 13/12/2013 11:37, Bozack Ah, great solution! One thing that changes, though, is that now the line is a certain length below the text (as in, the actual extend of the letters) instead of being a length below the baseline of the text. This means that Part titles with "deep" letters (y,g,j, etc., anything that extends below the baseline... Re: Greek final-sigma not capitalizing correctly 13/12/2013 11:29, ExecutorElassus Well, this is just jacked up now.
I have two chapters, each in a different embedded Lyx file in my master document. In one, the document language is "German (old spelling)" and in the other, it's "German." In both I have a chapter title with a greek word with a final sigma (that is, the \varsigma ch... Re: Greek final-sigma not capitalizing correctly 13/12/2013 09:23, ExecutorElassus hi scottkosty,
please excuse the very long delay in replying. I was in transit, and the forum doesn't notify me when I get replies.
Alas! no, those bugs are unrelated to this. The problem is that, when capitalizing internally, Lyx does not correctly convert \varsigma to \Sigma. It does actually create a character tha... Page is numbered on ToC but not on the page itself 13/12/2013 03:00, queca Hi, you guys. I am working on my thesis and facing an annoying issue: I have to number the pre-Chapter1 pages with roman numbers and, after that, with arabian numbers. I've already tried several solutions and I don't know what else to do.
My header is:
\usepackage[portu... Re: LyX on retina MacBook Pro 13/12/2013 00:32, scottkosty I guess so. Hopefully it will come soon, but there are only one and a half LyX developers using Macs and as I said I don't know if they even have control over it.... Re: LyX on retina MacBook Pro 13/12/2013 00:26, msvadi I think there have been some minor improvements (you could try 2.1 beta2: ftp://ftp.lyx.org/pub/lyx/devel/lyx-2.1/lyx-2.1.0beta2 but my guess is it won't make a difference) but I believe in the end it depends on Qt, which is the GUI framework that LyX uses.
Thanks for a response. Yes, I tried LyX 2.1.0 beta 2, but I d... Re: bibtex file not found 13/12/2013 00:03, jadesilver Thanks to my backups, I found back my previous Texmaker ini file and found the solution in there. Enter in the bibtex box:
bibtex --include-directory="C:\path_to_bib_file\" %
I must say, this is not really documented very well....
bibtex file not found 12/12/2013 22:55, jadesilver Hi all,
I recently had to reinstall my OS and now I'm having problems with my Texmaker installation. I'm using v4.0.4 on Windows 7.
The problem is that my bibtex file is not found. For example, my latex file is located at C:\documents\mylatexfile.tex, and my bibtex file is located at C:\research\mybibtexfile.bib. Th...