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Jan
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comment Document class not available
Are you sure you have a TeX distribution installed? LyX itself requires either MiKTeX or TeXLive to be installed as well as LyX itself. (The installer should have installed MikTeX, I think.)
Jan
1
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Dec
30
comment How can I improve this family tree in TikZ?
Perhaps this question: Joining two branches of a family tree might give you some ideas.
Dec
30
comment Identifying the section an equation is in
Why not build your equation counters to depend on chapter/section?
Dec
29
comment \SweaveInput{…} with UTF-8 encoding?
Related question: Sweave generating invalid LaTeX.
Dec
28
revised When or why should I use %% as opposed to %?
typo and clarification
Dec
28
comment PSTricks error, but package not loaded
@HTG This sounds like a job for a live chat. I've created a chat room for us to talk in.
Dec
28
comment How do I use the Harvard citation style?
The harvard package is outdated and has generally been replaced by natbib (which is fast being replaced by biblatex).
Dec
28
answered How do I use the Harvard citation style?
Dec
28
awarded  Enlightened
Dec
27
awarded  Yearling
Dec
27
comment Using htlatex to convert LaTeX to HTML
What OS and TeX distributon are you using? How are you invoking htlatex (from an editor? from the command line?)
Dec
27
revised Convert LaTeX to HTML
fixed English.
Dec
26
comment XeTeX hebrew problem with LyX
If you have a full TeXLive distribution, xelatex should be installed already, and you should be able to choose Document→Settings...→Fonts→Use non-TeX fonts (via XeTeX/LuaTeX) in LyX to have your document compile with xelatex. If that doesn't work, you need to tell us more about how your TeX distribution was installed.
Dec
26
comment Recursive method to build a tree with tikz
Maybe the code from tikz-qtree might be useful to look at.
Dec
26
comment PSTricks error, but package not loaded
@HTG The comment line needs to be at the very beginning of your source file (before the \documentclass line if that's your first line; earlier if you have a lot of commented lines at the top). If you are using multiple files with \include you only need it in the main source file. If you are using TeXShop, go to Macros -> Program and select latex from the list of engines and TeXShop will insert the line in the correct place for you.
Dec
25
answered Farsi alphabet order for glossary
Dec
24
comment how to change font and font size when using \ref
Keep the specification as I gave, and just use \textbf{\ref{...}} for the ones you want to be bold.
Dec
24
revised how to change font and font size when using \ref
removed hyperref tag
Dec
24
answered how to change font and font size when using \ref