# Re: Problem with Algorithm label language

Ares wrote:
> Is there a way not to load a (default) package in LyX? in this case I
> could load it "manually" in the preamble. Is there a way to "unload" a
> package in LaTeX  in the preamle?

As I already said in my previous mail: Only by _not_ using the (native)
feature.

In your case: Don't use the algorithm float. Instead, write in ERT

\begin{algorithm}
<content>
\end{algorithm}

Then you can load all packages manually in the preamble by entering:

\usepackage{float}
\usepackage{hyperref}
\floatstyle{ruled}
\newfloat{algorithm}{tbp}{loa}
\floatname{algorithm}{Algorithm}

See the attached example, where I modified your testcase accordingly.

Jürgen

P.S.: I know, the long term solution is a better package management in LyX.
The developers are aware of that, only nobody volunteered to implement it so
far.


lyxalgo.lyx
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