Hi JMarc

The answer is yes for both questions.

Interesting to thing about the feature as part of the textclass. Yes, it
surprised me. I could leave the way it is. I, personally, have no problem
with it.

On the other side, however, the document I am writing goes to other people
and that is the way they are used to (because they are used to M$ word and
that is the way it behaves). So, I have to adapt, a bit, in order to avoid
useless further explanations. There are people that do not benefit from the
open source movement just because they are not open minded!

Maybe my next question would fit better in another topic/subject but I'll
ask it right here, since it still relates with this issue (please, I have no
intention attacking anybody or any idea, it is just curiosity): Who have
determined that the textclass would have such behavior for short captions
(or wherever other feature) and is there a reason for that?


On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 7:42 PM, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes <lasgout...@lyx.org>wrote:

> Le 24/08/2009 20:23, Jonatan R. Catai a écrit :
>> Hello, Wolfgang
>> Yes, my caption is small, a few words only (I just want to show a
>> structural
>> formula of a molecule - so, there isn't much to say about it). When I
>> added
>> some more words to the caption, then the suggestion of using the caption
>> package worked. I looked at the Embedded Object for small caption but
>> could
>> not find anything. The interesting thing is that only the caption stay on
>> the middle of the page, no matter what I do. The picture itself, goes to
>> the
>> right, center, left when I just select Paragraph Settings and choose the
>> justification.
> Just a point: the fact that captions are centered when short enough and
> justified when they are longer than a normal line (the only layout that
> exhibits this behaviour AFAIK) is considered to be a feature of the
> textclass :) Are you sure that the behaviour you want is better, or is it
> just that it surprised you?
> JMarc

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