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 [Latex2rtf-users] latex2rtf-2.3.4 makefile tweak From: Brett Koonce - 2013-11-20 22:56:02 Hello all: I changed your makefile as follows to simplify packaging on OSX. Your doc/latex2rtf.html does not exist, for what it’s worth. -Brett inreplace 'Makefile', "cp -p doc/latex2rtf.html $(DESTDIR)$(SUPPORTDIR)", "cp -p doc/web/* $(DESTDIR)$(SUPPORTDIR)" 
 Re: [Latex2rtf-users] Issue with citation (numbers are put outside brackets) From: Wilfried Hennings - 2013-05-13 15:00:31 At 09.05.2013 13:51 Daniel Leidert wrote: > > I suffer a bug in how latex2rtf create s a citation. I attach two > testfiles. Check out the resulting DVI file and compare it to the RTF > output. latex2rtf puts the brackets behind every number instead to put > the number(s) into the brackets. Guess, the solution is easy. However I > wasn't able to figure it out myself. Hope you can fix it :) natbib by default generates named citations but you are forcing it to generate numbered citations. The problem is that latex2rtf recognizes natbib and assumes an aux file compatible with named citations but the aux file generated by latex is made for numbered citations. Solution: Comment-out the line \usepackage[square,sort&compress,comma,numbers]{natbib} , then first run latex again (to update the aux file), then latex2rtf works correctly. Regards Wilfried 
 [Latex2rtf-users] Issue with citation (numbers are put outside brackets) From: Daniel Leidert - 2013-05-09 11:51:45 Attachments: test.bib     test.dvi     test.rtf     test.tex Hi, I suffer a bug in how latex2rtf create s a citation. I attach two testfiles. Check out the resulting DVI file and compare it to the RTF output. latex2rtf puts the brackets behind every number instead to put the number(s) into the brackets. Guess, the solution is easy. However I wasn't able to figure it out myself. Hope you can fix it :) Regards, Daniel 
 Re: [Latex2rtf-users] Using Latex2rtf with pdfcomment From: Wilfried Hennings - 2013-04-19 08:39:39 At 18.04.2013 17:29 Andy Clifton wrote: > I'm using LaTeX2rtf to convert LaTeX article or report documents into rich text format. I also compile the PDF using pdfLaTeX. In my document, I use the pdfcomment package to create tooltips. > > Let's say I have a document, ToolTipTest.tex. It contains: > > \documentclass{article} > \usepackage{pdfcomment} > \begin{document} > \pdftooltip{$a^2+b^2=c^2$}{An equation} > \end{document} > > The tooltips are correctly rendered in the PDF version. > > However, when I run > > latex2rtf -o "ToolTipTest.rtf" -f3 ToolTipTest.tex > > \pdftooltip[*options*]{*item*}{*tooltip*} is rendered as [*options*]*item**tooltip*. > If *item* is a float, or equation, then the float or equation > is shown correctly. *tooltip* is always shown as text. > This is correct as far as LaTeX2rtf is concerned, but I would like to > modify this behavior so that I don't have to tidy up my document too much. > > Question: How can I force LaTeX2rtf to ignore *tooltip* and > just process the *item* argument? > > I guess the generic version of this is: > > Question: Given a command \command[option]{arg1}{arg2}, how can I > get latex2rtf to ignore option and arg2? Hello! Without modifications to the latex2rtf program code, the only way is conditional processing. Latex2rtf automatically sets the \iflatex2rtf condition true, while for pdflatex it is false by default. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{pdfcomment} \newif\iflatextortf \begin{document} \iflatextortf $a^2+b^2=c^2$ \else \pdftooltip{$a^2+b^2=c^2$}{An equation} \fi \end{document} Regards, Wilfried 
 [Latex2rtf-users] Workarounds for short version of captions and for tabularx inclusion From: Alex Pekar - 2013-04-19 08:22:02 Hi! Currently latex2rtf doesn't seem to support the optional argument (short version) of the section/subsection/subsubsection/paragraph titles, figure captions etc.. For instance, \section[Short title for TOC]{Long section title} results in 1 [ Short title for TOC]Long section title Is there a workaround in order to let latex2rtf ignore the optional argument? And one more: as long as latex2rtf does not support the tabularx environment: is there any workaround in order to map it onto something else which would be displayed? By the way, as far as I understood, the problem is the \textwidth command which cannot be transfered to rtf. Isn't there a possibility to set it to set the width of the tabularx tables to any constant value (maybe configurable on the GUI)? Thanks! Mike 
 [Latex2rtf-users] Using Latex2rtf with pdfcomment From: Andy Clifton - 2013-04-18 15:29:18 I'm using LaTeX2rtf to convert LaTeX article or report documents into rich text format. I also compile the PDF using pdfLaTeX. In my document, I use the pdfcomment package to create tooltips. Let's say I have a document, ToolTipTest.tex. It contains: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{pdfcomment} \begin{document} \pdftooltip{$a^2+b^2=c^2$}{An equation} \end{document} The tooltips are correctly rendered in the PDF version. However, when I run latex2rtf -o "ToolTipTest.rtf" -f3 ToolTipTest.tex  \pdftooltip[*options*]{*item*}{*tooltip*} is rendered as [*options*]*item**tooltip*. If *item* is a float, or equation, then the float or equation is shown correctly. *tooltip* is always shown as text. This is correct as far as LaTeX2rtf is concerned, but I would like to modify this behavior so that I don't have to tidy up my document too much. Question: How can I force LaTeX2rtf to ignore *tooltip* and just process the *item* argument? I guess the generic version of this is: Question: Given a command \command[option]{arg1}{arg2}, how can I get latex2rtf to ignore option and arg2? FWIW, I've posted a very similar question on stack exchange at http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/109310/latex2rtf-with-pdftooltip. I'm not sure if the same folks use this mailing list and that website. Any thoughts you might have would be appreciated! Thanks, Andy 
 [Latex2rtf-users] help: how to install latex2rtf on Mac OX 10.6 ? From: BALBON - 2013-04-17 17:43:02 Hello, My Configuration : MacOS 10.6 + XCode + MacTex I have downloaded latex2rtf files (latex2rtf-2.3.3.tar.gz). But I am an UNIX dummy, so I don't understand how to intall it. I guess I have to write code lines on Terminal, but I don't find anywhere what I exactly have to write. Help from expert welcomed! TIA Nicolas 
 Re: [Latex2rtf-users] l2rshell.exe From: Erie Morales - 2013-04-06 18:49:07 Attachments: Message as HTML Dear Wilfried and Users, Thanks you (the one that compiles and packs latex2rtf for Windows) for your response.  When click on Latex2rtf icon on Desktop go to Properties then Shortcut Tab then on Run chose Normal Window.  For some reason I had it on Run as Minimized which of course had it minimized and unusable all the time.  I appreciate your help.  And let me you, I am astonished how well the translation from Latex (MikTex) works, even the references where translated correctly.  Great! Thanks, Erie   Dr Erie Morales PhD Physics >________________________________ > From: Wilfried Hennings >To: "latex2rtf-users@..." >Cc: Erie Morales >Sent: Saturday, April 6, 2013 6:36 AM >Subject: Re: [Latex2rtf-users] l2rshell.exe > >At 04.04.2013 19:58, Erie Morales wrote: >> Dear latex2rtf users, >> >> I just downloaded latex2rtf into my pc Windows7.  When going directly >> into Program Files(x86)/latex2rtf folder I just double click the GUI >> l2rshell.exe but nothing happens other an empty icon in programs bar at >> the bottom of the screen.  In other words the GUI does not actually >> open.  Any help or hint  on the issue would be appreciated. > >Hello! >With nothing more than this short description I can only guess. > >The fact that latex2rtf is installed in 'Program Files(x86)' lets me >assume that your win7 system is 64 bit. >I (the one who compiles and packs latex2rtf for Windows) don't have >access to a 64bit system, so I cannot test it on a 64bit system. >So the cause of your problem could be an incompatibility with the 64bit >system, although you are the first one who mentions such a problem and >probably not the first one who installs latex2rtf on a 64bit windows. > >If other users successfully run latex2rtf on 64bit windows, please let >us know! > >Another cause could be that the program is blocked by the antivirus >software on your system. Do you have an antivirus software installed, >and if yes, which one? > >Regards >Wilfried > > >
 Re: [Latex2rtf-users] l2rshell.exe From: Wilfried Hennings - 2013-04-06 10:36:33 At 04.04.2013 19:58, Erie Morales wrote: > Dear latex2rtf users, > > I just downloaded latex2rtf into my pc Windows7. When going directly > into Program Files(x86)/latex2rtf folder I just double click the GUI > l2rshell.exe but nothing happens other an empty icon in programs bar at > the bottom of the screen. In other words the GUI does not actually > open. Any help or hint on the issue would be appreciated. Hello! With nothing more than this short description I can only guess. The fact that latex2rtf is installed in 'Program Files(x86)' lets me assume that your win7 system is 64 bit. I (the one who compiles and packs latex2rtf for Windows) don't have access to a 64bit system, so I cannot test it on a 64bit system. So the cause of your problem could be an incompatibility with the 64bit system, although you are the first one who mentions such a problem and probably not the first one who installs latex2rtf on a 64bit windows. If other users successfully run latex2rtf on 64bit windows, please let us know! Another cause could be that the program is blocked by the antivirus software on your system. Do you have an antivirus software installed, and if yes, which one? Regards Wilfried 
 [Latex2rtf-users] l2rshell.exe From: Erie Morales - 2013-04-04 17:59:08 Attachments: Message as HTML Dear latex2rtf users, I just downloaded latex2rtf into my pc Windows7.  When going directly into Program Files(x86)/latex2rtf folder I just double click the GUI l2rshell.exe but nothing happens other an empty icon in programs bar at the bottom of the screen.  In other words the GUI does not actually open.  Any help or hint  on the issue would be appreciated. Thanks, Erie Dr Erie Morales PhD Physics 
 [Latex2rtf-users] Workarounds for short version of captions and for tabularx inclusion From: Alex Pekar - 2013-02-14 16:53:43 Hi! Currently latex2rtf doesn't seem to support the optional argument (short version) of the section/subsection/subsubsection/paragraph titles, figure captions etc.. For instance, \section[Short title for TOC]{Long section title} results in 1 [ Short title for TOC]Long section title Is there a workaround in order to let latex2rtf ignore the optional argument? And one more: as long as latex2rtf does not support the tabularx environment: is there any workaround in order to map it onto something else which would be displayed? By the way, as far as I understood, the problem is the \textwidth command which cannot be transfered to rtf. Isn't there a possibility to set it to set the width of the tabularx tables to any constant value (maybe configurable on the GUI)? Thanks! Mike 
 Re: [Latex2rtf-users] Word won't open equations in editor From: Jerry - 2013-02-13 10:57:14 On Feb 13, 2013, at 3:26 AM, Wilfried Hennings wrote: > At 09.02.2013 07:07 you wrote: > >> I have a feeling this has been asked before, so sorry.... >> >> Converted rtf files open in Word for Mac 2011 and correctly >> display equations and numbers. >> However, double-clicking an equation opens Equation Editor >> but with an empty window, and at the same time, >> the equation disappears from the Word window. > > Don't double-click the equation created by latex2rtf. > Latex2rtf creates equations as EQ field functions, and although > Microsoft designed Word's Equation Editor for opening EQ fields, > Equation Editor is very buggy in this respect. > There has been an attempt to program a workaround > (by editing the rtf code, as you suggest below) > but not really successful. > > If you want to edit an equation in the converted document (opened in > Word), select it, press Shift+F9, then the field code is displayed and > you can edit it. > >> Cutting the equation first and pasting into >> Equation Editor results in lost formatting, i.e., garbage. >> >> Is this the meaning of the comment on the SourceForge page >> about conversion to Word getting progressively worse over the years? >> >> LibreOffice is much worse in this regard. > > Yes. > >> Is there a work-around? Can I edit the raw rtf code to any good effect? >> >> Thanks, >> >> Jerry > Thanks for your comments. FWIW have had some luck converting tex -> docx using pandoc--equations turn up in Word as well-displayed and editable (with the "new" built-in editor (not the stand-alone one), except that equation numbers are lost. (I believe that "equation numbers" in TeX means "equation labels".) Jerry 
 Re: [Latex2rtf-users] Word won't open equations in editor From: Wilfried Hennings - 2013-02-13 10:26:51 At 09.02.2013 07:07 you wrote: > I have a feeling this has been asked before, so sorry.... > > Converted rtf files open in Word for Mac 2011 and correctly > display equations and numbers. > However, double-clicking an equation opens Equation Editor > but with an empty window, and at the same time, > the equation disappears from the Word window. Don't double-click the equation created by latex2rtf. Latex2rtf creates equations as EQ field functions, and although Microsoft designed Word's Equation Editor for opening EQ fields, Equation Editor is very buggy in this respect. There has been an attempt to program a workaround (by editing the rtf code, as you suggest below) but not really successful. If you want to edit an equation in the converted document (opened in Word), select it, press Shift+F9, then the field code is displayed and you can edit it. > Cutting the equation first and pasting into > Equation Editor results in lost formatting, i.e., garbage. > > Is this the meaning of the comment on the SourceForge page > about conversion to Word getting progressively worse over the years? > > LibreOffice is much worse in this regard. Yes. > Is there a work-around? Can I edit the raw rtf code to any good effect? > > Thanks, > > Jerry 
 [Latex2rtf-users] Word won't open equations in editor From: Jerry - 2013-02-09 06:07:24 Hi list, I have a feeling this has been asked before, so sorry.... Converted rtf files open in Word for Mac 2011 and correctly display equations and numbers. However, double-clicking an equation opens Equation Editor but with an empty window, and at the same time, the equation disappears from the Word window. Cutting the equation first and pasting into Equation Editor results in lost formatting, i.e., garbage. Is this the meaning of the comment on the SourceForge page about conversion to Word getting progressively worse over the years? LibreOffice is much worse in this regard. Is there a work-around? Can I edit the raw rtf code to any good effect? Thanks, Jerry 
 Re: [Latex2rtf-users] Unknown environment \begin{APACrefauthors} ... \end{APACrefauthors} From: Stacy Rendall - 2012-11-11 21:59:55 Hi, I just found that this problem does not occur on my personal computer. The only difference between the setups is the windows version and the apacite version: Causes problems: Windows XP apacite 2012/02/05 v6.01 (packaged on 2012-03-02) No problems: Windows 7 apacite 2009/03/01 v4.05 (packaged on 2009-03-18) I tried adding the offending statement to ignore.cfg as both an ENVIRONMENT and an ENVCMD, but neither made any difference. Regards, Stacy -----Original Message----- From: Wilfried Hennings [mailto:texconvfaq@...] Sent: Friday, 9 November 2012 11:40 p.m. To: latex2rtf-users@... Subject: Re: [Latex2rtf-users] Unknown environment \begin{APACrefauthors} ... \end{APACrefauthors} Hello, I can reproduce this with the test file bib_apacite2.tex . Scott, can we do anything to fix this? Regards, Wilfried At 01.11.2012 04:34 Stacy Rendall wrote: > Hi, > I am receiving this error i.e. "Unknown environment \begin{APACrefauthors} ... \end{APACrefauthors}" > when using Latex2RTF 2.3.1 (from installer) on Windows XP with > Apacite. It causes the references section to be filled with Sorry > statements and contain no author details. > > The error occurs even with the test files (but only those that use a > separate .bib file), and I have attached the log and output RTF for > the test file bib_apacite3.tex > > Regards, > Dr. Stacy Rendall This email may be confidential and subject to legal privilege, it may not reflect the views of the University of Canterbury, and it is not guaranteed to be virus free. If you are not an intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately and erase all copies of the message and any attachments. Please refer to http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/emaildisclaimer for more information. 
 Re: [Latex2rtf-users] Unknown environment \begin{APACrefauthors} ... \end{APACrefauthors} From: Wilfried Hennings - 2012-11-09 10:40:10 Hello, I can reproduce this with the test file bib_apacite2.tex . Scott, can we do anything to fix this? Regards, Wilfried At 01.11.2012 04:34 Stacy Rendall wrote: > Hi, > I am receiving this error i.e. "Unknown environment \begin{APACrefauthors} ... \end{APACrefauthors}" > when using Latex2RTF 2.3.1 (from installer) on > Windows XP with Apacite. It causes the references section to be filled > with Sorry statements and contain no author details. > > The error occurs even with the test files (but only those that use a > separate .bib file), and I have attached the log and output RTF for the > test file bib_apacite3.tex > > Regards, > Dr. Stacy Rendall 
 [Latex2rtf-users] Unknown environment \begin{APACrefauthors} ... \end{APACrefauthors} From: Stacy Rendall - 2012-11-01 03:34:54 Attachments: Message as HTML     latex2rtf.log     bib_apacite3.rtf
 Re: [Latex2rtf-users] latex2rtf does not like my appendix From: Scott Prahl - 2012-07-10 04:57:17 This is an odd scoping bug. I will look into it, but I am not too hopeful. The appendix package is not supported. To get something working I would suggest that you just comment out the \begin{appendices} and \end{appendicies} You can do this by adding the following line in the preamble of your document (i.e., before \begin{document}) \newif\iflatextortf Then you can write \iflatextortf \else \begin{appendices} \fi ... \iflatextortf \else \end{appendices} \fi so that you can get a bit farther in the translation process. On Jul 9, 2012, at 6:44 PM, Andy Huang wrote: > Hi all; > I am having a hard time trying to get latex2rtf to understand my appendix. It refuses to generate rtf files properly if I leave my code as is, and gives this error message: > Andys-MacBook:trunk andy$latex2rtf compiled.tex > ... > files/app-01.UseCases.tex:1 Including file (.tex appended) > files/app-01.UseCases.tex:4 Error! Could not find <\end{appendices}> > Andys-MacBook:trunk andy$ > > > > Here is the relevant segments of LaTeX code in compiled.tex: > \begin{appendices} > \appendix > > \include{files/app-01.UseCases} > \end{appendices} > > The contents of files/app-01.UseCases.tex is long and stinky. However, it doesn't really matter what the content actually is, because regardless of what I put in there, it throws that message. For references sake, here is dummy content: > \chapter{Lorem Ipsum} > Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. > > > If I leave it empty (as in, 0 byte /files/app-01.UseCases.tex), it gives this error message instead: > compiled.tex:4 Unknown environment \begin{appendices} ... \end{appendices} > > I did include the appendix library earlier in compiled.tex file: > \usepackage[titletoc]{appendix}%%Ensure word appendix appears in toc > > So I am at a loss as to how to correct this problem. > > Does anyone know what is causing it or how to fix it? > > Many thanks! > Andy > ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ > Live Security Virtual Conference > Exclusive live event will cover all the ways today's security and > threat landscape has changed and how IT managers can respond. Discussions > will include endpoint security, mobile security and the latest in malware > threats. http://www.accelacomm.com/jaw/sfrnl04242012/114/50122263/ > _______________________________________________ > Latex2rtf-users mailing list > Latex2rtf-users@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/latex2rtf-users 
 [Latex2rtf-users] latex2rtf does not like my appendix From: Andy Huang - 2012-07-10 01:44:42 Hi all; I am having a hard time trying to get latex2rtf to understand my appendix. It refuses to generate rtf files properly if I leave my code as is, and gives this error message: Andys-MacBook:trunk andy$latex2rtf compiled.tex ... files/app-01.UseCases.tex:1 Including file (.tex appended) files/app-01.UseCases.tex:4 Error! Could not find <\end{appendices}> Andys-MacBook:trunk andy$ Here is the relevant segments of LaTeX code in compiled.tex: \begin{appendices} \appendix \include{files/app-01.UseCases} \end{appendices} The contents of files/app-01.UseCases.tex is long and stinky. However, it doesn't really matter what the content actually is, because regardless of what I put in there, it throws that message. For references sake, here is dummy content: \chapter{Lorem Ipsum} Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. If I leave it empty (as in, 0 byte /files/app-01.UseCases.tex), it gives this error message instead: compiled.tex:4 Unknown environment \begin{appendices} ... \end{appendices} I did include the appendix library earlier in compiled.tex file: \usepackage[titletoc]{appendix}%%Ensure word appendix appears in toc So I am at a loss as to how to correct this problem. Does anyone know what is causing it or how to fix it? Many thanks! Andy 
 Re: [Latex2rtf-users] unknown environment \begin{section} ... \end{section} From: Alexandr Lebedev - 2012-06-23 18:33:46 Attachments: Message as HTML Thank you, that helped 2012/6/23 Drew McDermott > > > [Alexandr Lebedev] > > Hello, I am trying to convert a simple tex document(attached) to rtf > > and recieve an error: > > > > Unknown environment \begin{section} ... \end{section} > > > > How can I fix it? > > Try writing \section{title} instead. > > -- Drew McDermott > Professor of Computer > Science > Yale Computer Science > Department > 
 Re: [Latex2rtf-users] unknown environment \begin{section} ... \end{section} From: Drew McDermott - 2012-06-23 15:33:52 > [Alexandr Lebedev] > Hello, I am trying to convert a simple tex document(attached) to rtf > and recieve an error: > > Unknown environment \begin{section} ... \end{section} > > How can I fix it? Try writing \section{title} instead. -- Drew McDermott Professor of Computer Science Yale Computer Science Department 
 [Latex2rtf-users] unknown environment \begin{section} ... \end{section} From: Alexandr Lebedev - 2012-06-23 10:50:44 Attachments: Message as HTML     test.tex
 [Latex2rtf-users] does anyone run latex2rtf on Windows 7 64bit? From: Wilfried Hennings - 2012-04-14 06:40:22 Hello all, I got a report from a user who has problems with latex2rtf on Windows 7 64bit. He has installed latex2rtf-2.1.1beta7_win.exe (with GUI) with default settings but cannot convert a file. He could not give me any helpful problem description, but successfully converted his TeX file on a Win7 32bit system. If anyone else managed to successfully run latex2rtf on a Win7 64bit system, it would be helpful to know how it was installed and called, and if she/he needed to make any changes to the default installation and/or call. Regards Wilfried 
 Re: [Latex2rtf-users] textminus From: Scott Prahl - 2012-03-07 17:35:54 I fixed this is the SVN version. Just add the line \textminus,{\u8722**}. to your direct.cfg file. On Mar 7, 2012, at 9:12 AM, Don Donnan wrote: > I use \textminus to display negative numbers in text mode. However, this command does not seem to be available in latex2rtf. Replacing it with $-$ doesn't work either as mathtype has problems with this expression. > Is there a workaround? > ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ > Virtualization & Cloud Management Using Capacity Planning > Cloud computing makes use of virtualization - but cloud computing > also focuses on allowing computing to be delivered as a service. > http://www.accelacomm.com/jaw/sfnl/114/51521223/_______________________________________________ > Latex2rtf-users mailing list > Latex2rtf-users@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/latex2rtf-users 
 [Latex2rtf-users] textminus From: Don Donnan - 2012-03-07 17:12:31 Attachments: Message as HTML I use \textminus to display negative numbers in text mode. However, this command does not seem to be available in latex2rtf. Replacing it with $-$ doesn't work either as mathtype has problems with this expression. Is there a workaround? 

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