On Sat, Dec 3, 2011 at 12:55 PM, Csikos Bela <bcsikos...@freemail.hu> wrote:
> Hello.
> Thank you again.
> I have built lyx 2.0.2 from the source file available at
> ftp://ftp.lyx.org/pub/lyx/stable/2.0.x/lyx-2.0.2.tar.gz
> Compilation and installaton went without errors, but
> the installation does not include enumitem.lyx file.
> /usr/local/lyx/2.0.2> ls -lR |grep enumitem
> -rw-r--r-- 1 root root  3206 2011-12-03 01:33 enumitem.module
> .... :/usr/local/lyx/2.0.2>
I'm not sure why you don't have this file. I'm using 2.0.2, too.

>>>load the module, and insert the option via C-menu > Insert>>
>>>Short Title.>>
>> This was exactly what I wanted to do. I loaded the module, but>
>> insert>short title is greyed out when labeling list type is selected.>
>>See last list in the attached. I guess it should do what you want.>
> I opened the file that you have attached.
> The greyed opt insert with the accompanying nolistsep ERT is visible in the 
> editor window, however this is not reflected in the text sourec code. See the 
> attached image, opened-doc-with-nolistsep-option.jpg.
I'm not sure what goes wrong. Perhaps it's a bug in LyX support of 'enumitem'.

Try to load the 'enumitem' module and then include the following in
the preamble:
\setlist{nolistsep} % or \setlist{noitemsep} to leave space around whole list

Note that this should have an effect on all the lists in your document.


> If I delete that option the source does not change at all.
> See attached image opened-doc-without-nolistsep-option.jpg.
> Plus, I can not insert an option, as the insert>short list is greyed out in 
> my lyx 2.0.2.  (I don't know how to make a screenshot with an opened pulldown 
> menu, so I can't attach an image of the greyed out option.)
> And, no matter whether the option is present or deleted, the generated files 
> (pdf previews) look exactly the same. That is, the inserted option has no any 
> effect on the lookout of the generated document.
> I guess my lyx installation must be different from yours.
> Maybe your svn installation has more than the standard stable release?
> Thanks,
> bcsikos

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