I read the tutorial in Don's Tutorials for Beginners about the Cross
If I understand it correctly, this feature doesn't apply to URLs
bookmarks, so when I write a URL in a Mellel file, it is still not a
Am I correct, or there is a way to do it.
I have a document divided into some chapters. Each chapter has its own
bibliography but it is on a separate Mellel file.
Is it possible to create cross references between two different Mellel
files, which practically belongs to the same document.
- I just installed a HP Laserjet P1505. It prints with every application, but I only get a white sheet of paper when i use Mellel.Any idea?f.g.
- And this is, unfortunately, according to Ori, not very soon.RaymondOn 11/07/2008, at 19:08, Danny Rosin wrote:No, probably at least until Mellel supports external links and hyperlinks.Danny Rosin.On Jul 11, 2008, at 6:52 PM, raymond wrote:
- Cannot figure out, but - as a basic idea - are you sure characters are BLACK in the Mellel document?Does it occur with any text, or with specific scripts only?On 11.07.2008, at 19:00, Franco Gatti wrote:
- The same document prints to a different printer (Epson EPL 6200). It's all roman, and the font is times new roman. The funny thing is that the whole page it's printed all over with gray lines that are not in the document.Everithing works all right with times and some other fonts, I should have tried this first.Thanks Sorinf.g.Il giorno 11/lug/08, alle ore 22:07, Sorin Paliga ha scritto:Cannot figure out, but - as a basic idea - are you sure characters are BLACK in the Mellel document?Does it occur with any text, or with specific scripts only?<european_anthem_mid.mid>On 11.07.2008, at 19:00, Franco Gatti wrote:
- Not sure what's going on, but an easy workaround would be to just print a pdf from Mellel and then print it in Preview.
J.On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 10:00 AM, Franco Gatti <fgatti@...> wrote:
I just installed a HP Laserjet P1505. It prints with every application, but I only get a white sheet of paper when i use Mellel.Any idea?f.g.
- I also haven't seen anything like this problem, but one place to look
for possible trouble-making settings is File/Page Setup
-- is your new HP selected as the default printer?
-- do you have some custom settings that might cause problems?
Janet S.S. Nussbaum
Kiriat Ono, Israel
- I think it depends on the font or some interaction between the printer driver and the font in mellel. The same document, from the same computer, even without closing application or document, prints perfectly to Epson EPL 6200, HP Laserjet M1005 and HP Laserjet 1022n. But it's more an academic problem, as I don't usually print with Times New Roman.The problem is solved now: Times New Roman was duplicated, I just deactivated one of the two: the one installed in Microsoft folder inside Library/fonts. Still wondering why this duplicated font was not a problem with different application and different printers.Thanks.f.g.Il giorno 12/lug/08, alle ore 06:33, Janet Nussbaum ha scritto:
- MS fonts get often duplicated: once installed by the OS (the version in Leo is newer, of course, and with a richer repertoire), the 2nd time when installing MS Office. They were installed willy-nilly in 2004; in 2008 installing new fonts is optional, nevertheless many users choose to install them, NOT knowing that some of them, notably Arial and TNR, are OLDER than the version installed by the OS and, besides, with a poorer repertoire! even if Office 2008 is newer than Leo itself, and should logically include newer, not older versions of their fonts. There is a mess with MS fonts, so take care.Hope this is useful to others too.On 12.07.2008, at 08:48, Franco Gatti wrote: