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Re: lyx usage [WAS: Re: lilypond-book download]

From: Pablo Zumarán
Subject: Re: lyx usage [WAS: Re: lilypond-book download]
Date: Tue, 30 Aug 2011 18:00:45 -0700 (PDT)

Thank you very much for the tip! Now I can see the music on LyX and view the
pdf file. This is exactly the sort of program I was looking for, and now I
can get down to work on my book. Who must I thank?

Federico Bruni-5 wrote:
> Il 30/08/2011 23:42, Pablo Zumarán ha scritto:
>> Thank you very much for that tip. Following your advice, I've installed
>> Lyx
>> in my Ubuntu. In the included documentation, I've found only one
>> reference
>> to Lilypond (to use Insert>File>External Material>Lilypond file). When I
>> do
>> this (ie, insert a .ly file) all I get is a field saying "Lilypond
>> typeset
>> music". Then, when I do Insert>Custom Insets>Lilypond, I get an inset
>> where
>> I can type in lilypond code. BUT I haven't been able to see the actual
>> music, nor to export the LyX file as a pdf. If it's not asking too much,
>> how
>> do you do that?
> Click on the first icon in the icon bar (the two eyes) or type "Ctrl + R".
> You should see the PDF file in your external pdf viewer.
> Otherwise you can see the output inside Lyx, if you enable the instant 
> preview:
> HTH,
> Federico
> PS (just a memo for me)
> The custom insets for Lilypond must be enabled in 
> Document>Settings>Modules (add lilypond book).
> The instant preview doesn't show the image generated by the code in the 
> inset, you can see it only in the external pdf.
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