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As others have said, questions which just ask people to do the work for you by posting an image (or images, in this case) are not reasonable. (Hire one of us if you want somebody else to do all the work!) However, here is a sSchematic for forest which you can adapt to draw the tree: \documentclass[tikz,border=5pt]{standalone} \usepackage{forest} ...


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You can do that pretty easily with the enumitem package: \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[shortlabels]{enumitem} \setlist[enumerate, 2]{label =\theenumi.\arabic*} \begin{document} \begin{enumerate} \item \begin{enumerate} \item Text \\ OR \item Text \end{enumerate} \item Some other Text \begin{enumerate} \item ...


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Lilypond-book processes a .lytex file that contains both Lilypond code and LaTeX code. It separates the Lilypond code and turns it into PDFs, and then creates a tex file which includes commands to insert the PDFs into the LaTeX document at the appropriate places. Finally, it uses LaTeX to render the tex file into a PDF with both music images and text. ...


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figured it out and it works perfect 1.insert figure float, insert>> float>>figure 2.add minipages inside the float, insert>> box>>frameless 3.right click on the minipage inserted and change width, right click on Box(minipage)>>settings>>width 4.Add horizontal space, insert>>formatting>>horizontal space 5.click on the horizontal space and change it to ...


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Tools > Preferences > Look & Feel > Document Handling > Session Handling Uncheck "Restore window layouts and geometries" and then restart LyX.


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\bflabel is not being used in the newest implementation of acronym.sty, they introduced \aclabelfont and a few others to deal with formatting. No backward compatibility.


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On OS X, rather than alt-enter use ctrl-enter. If you have Lyx's "source pane" open, you can see this finally moves the cursor beyond the end of the'bibliography section. (Alt-enter just adds extra lines inside of the final bib'item, which isn't helpful.) This will make you free to "start appendix here" (lyx document menu) and create the chapters of the ...


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In Documents >Settings >Listings check if there is a parameter set, e. g. "basicstyle" If so, delete it. Alternatively, you leave it there and tick Bypass validation. I faced the same problem before - good luck!


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As said in the comments, BasicTeX contains what is strictly necessary for TeX and LaTeX to work, and very little more. If you don't want to install the full MacTeX (which is the full TeX Live, adapted for Mac OS X) and if you want to stick to BasicTeX, you can install the enumitem package yourself. The simplest way to do it is to use the TeX Live Utility ...


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My best guess is that you did not install the forloop.sty file correctly, but just save it to the folder, where you have your project. If this is the case, it will work with pdflatex, as pdflatex will install search you current directory for .sty files, but LyX will not. To install a package you have to choices. You can use the texlive install utitlity, if ...


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You have to run LyX from the terminal every time you use LyX. Not just for reconfigure. The LyX Mac developer is working on a workaround that will hopefully improve things until Apple fixes the bug.


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You could load the url package -- I suggest you set the options spaces, obeyspaces, and hyphens when loading the package -- and use that package's \path macro to typeset the long path name. \documentclass{article} \usepackage[hyphens,obeyspaces,spaces]{url} \begin{document} \noindent ...


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Please take a look at LyX's beamer manual in Help > Specific Manuals > Beamer Presentations. For your example, when you are in itemize, you just need to press "tab". See below:


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Go to View > Messages Pane: Then click on the "Settings" tab in the bottom right corner: Then click on the "Selected" radio button: Then double click on "User commands" so that "no" turns to "yes": Then click on the "Output" tab: Then do the action that you want to copy the shortcut of. In this case, insert your horizontal line. In the output ...


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View generates the PDF, and opens it. If the PDF is already open a new instance of the PDF reader will be created -- this is at least what happens in Windows and (if I remember correctly) Linux. Use this if you haven't got the PDF open already. Update generates the PDF, but it does not open the PDF reader. Use this if the PDF is already open.


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Background There is a bug (or possibly multiple related bugs) in Yosemite with respect to environment variables. When a program is launched in Finder by double-clicking, it will inherit a default set of environment variables from its parent process (I believe this is launchd currently, but that's not relevant). GUI programs do not inherit variables from ...


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For me it works if you run LyX from the terminal. (I.e., not just reconfigure it from the terminal, but run & load your file). Edit: to be clear, running from the terminal means opening LyX with this command: /Applications/LyX.app/Contents/MacOS/lyx If you open LyX and run reconfigure, this will solve some problems, but not the instant preview. ...


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You can try going to Document --> Settings --> LaTeX Preamble, and add \renewcommand\chapter{\par \thispagestyle{plain}% \global\@topnum\z@ \@afterindentfalse \secdef\@chapter\@schapter} (Normally one would need \makeatletter before and \makeatother after, see What do ...


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I can't see where the documentation says that. If I run \documentclass[10pt,draftclsnofoot,onecolumn]{IEEEtran} \usepackage{kantlipsum} \begin{document} \show\section % tell me what \section means \section{A rather long section title} \kant \end{document} I get the following on the terminal: > \section=macro: ->\@startsection {section}{1}{\z@ ...


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The simple and fastest way is: once you are in the desired place just click on the "TEX" button (next to the hyperlink one) and in the box just add the following: \hfill To have dots between just do: \dotfill And to have a line: \hrulefill You can find more information here: http://www.personal.ceu.hu/tex/spacebox.htm


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Perhaps you just need to update your LyX version. I have no idea if the following are correct, but they do not look like "garbage" to me (it looks quite pretty to me). Can you confirm that it is the correct output? The following is from both LyX 2.1.2, which seems identical to the output from the development version of LyX (2.2.0dev). My OS is Ubuntu. Here ...


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Copy the file lib/kbd/hebrew.kmap to the kbd directory in your user directory (by default ~/.lyx). Then edit it accordingly. There is a section with the first few lines as # The following lines prevent entering capitals letters in a Hebrew text \kmap Q / \kmap W ' \kmap E ק \kmap R ר \kmap T א \kmap Y ט \kmap U ו \kmap I ן \kmap O ם \kmap P פ I think you ...


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(a) Here, the path to the *latex binaries is asked (e.g. pdflatex, tex etc.). Btw, you can use LyX even without having a pdf-viewer. You can export to various formats. (b) As others said in the comments, please upgrade your LyX version. The new ones are even easier to install.


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You don't have to change any file directly. Just go to Tools > Preferences > Editing > Shortcuts Then search for the shortcut and click on "Modify". Then "Delete Key", then click on the empty box and do a "Alt 3". If you do that and you get an error, this sounds like a bug in LyX. Can you please send an email to lyx-users@lists.lyx.org? There are some ...


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By default Ctrl+I may be set to "inset-toggle" which in regular use doesn't apply, while Ctrl+U should be set to "font-underline" (as is Alt+C U). You are able to change the key binding sequences to suit your needs. Under Tools > Preferences > Editing > Shortcuts, activate the keys that you're interested in using as shortcut combinations. Specifically, find ...


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One way to do it (probably the only way) is to put the commands in to their own LyX file. You can then include it in other LyX documents as a child document (insert->file->child document). Make sure you include the .lyx extension in the file name box. When you do this, change the "include type" in that dialogue box from "include" to "input", because ...


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I assume you are using the default document class, which in LyX is set to article. This class does not have a Chapter style available, so instead of making the changes you have asked for in the article class, I think you should just change document class. In report or book the Chapter style is available, and the numbering of sections and subsections are as ...


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The simple answer is, I'm afraid, that there does not appear to be an elsbook document class (or any other book-type document class provided by Elsevier).


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This is caused by a new feature added to the latest version of the fixltx2e package. (Check the optional arguments of floats, section 5.1 of the package documentation.) I don't know how much freedom you have in LyX, but a standard LaTeX hackaround would be the following. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{float} \makeatletter \let\@tmp\@xfloat ...


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In LyX 2.1.x, put the cursor just to the right of "Frame" and go to Insert > Frame Options. In the box, type "allowframebreaks". To see an example of that in action, go to File > New From Template > beamer-conference-ornate-20min.lyx (note that the frame is too small for it to have an effect, I believe, but just add some more text).


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Well, I managed to figure it out myself, but I want the procedure to be available to anyone. The error seems to be a result of LyX looking for the wrong installation of Python. In OS X 10.10, the Python version is 2.7.6, causing a problem according to this page. The steps I took to fix the problem are: Run LyX from Terminal.app by typing the following ...


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As far as the yellow LyX notes are completely lost in the generated LaTeX source (i.e, the .tex file), your goal seem impossible without touching the LyX's guts or deal with the original .lyx file. An easier starting point could be use the black comments for this purpose. With this approach, you only have to transform a \begin{comment} note \end{comment} ...


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Open up stdclass.inc and find the Standard style: Style Standard Category MainText Margin Static LatexType Paragraph LatexName dummy ParIndent MM ParSkip 0.4 Align Block AlignPossible Block, Left, Right, Center LabelType ...


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LyX uses "converters" to import and export files. This converter is converting from ODT to LaTeX. LaTeX is something that LyX knows how to import, but the error is telling you that the command used by LyX to convert to LaTeX did not work. So first you have to figure that out. First confirm that w2l (writer2latex) is indeed installed on your system and ...



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