Re: Wiki page editing

2012-04-06 Thread Pavel Sanda
Andrew Parsloe wrote:
 When I click on Upload on the Wiki home page (http://wiki.lyx.org/), I get 
 only a blank page (http://wiki.lyx.org/ipfm/index.php?dir=/) in Firefox. 
 This is an advance on how things were a few weeks ago, when Firefox would 
 respond after a while with an error message, but is clearly not right.

We are aware of this problem, but it seems to be hard to fix.

Pavel


Duplicate references in nested figure and table floates

2012-04-06 Thread Samuel Tan
Hello LyX developers!

Firstly, thank you for such a great product. I appreciate all the work you
guys put into this application. Here is the problem. I'm not sure if it's a
bug. I couldn't find any mention of it online, so thought I might as well
inform you. Maybe it's just bad practice.

Following the method described in the LyX documentation on how to get
figures side-by-side, I went and put a table and a figure side by side in a
figure float, and referenced them. When I later cross-referenced, it would
give the table as table 1a and the figure as figure 1a in a formatted
reference (both in figure 1). If I go on to create a subsequent table float
and reference it, it comes out as table 1.  If I then nest some tables
inside this float and reference those, the references work and come out as
another table 1a, the document is compiled to pdf/dvi etc without
complaining, and hyperref in PDF Properties of Document Settings works
too, linking to the correct figure/float. The only indication that
something might not be right is all the font colour in the float handles
turning red.

Is there a way to fix this? Maybe for different nested floats the formatted
reference should be something like figure 1: table 1a and table 1: table
1a.

Cheers,
Samuel


Re: Duplicate references in nested figure and table floates

2012-04-06 Thread Richard Heck

On 04/06/2012 07:48 AM, Samuel Tan wrote:

Hello LyX developers!

Firstly, thank you for such a great product. I appreciate all the work 
you guys put into this application. Here is the problem. I'm not sure 
if it's a bug. I couldn't find any mention of it online, so thought I 
might as well inform you. Maybe it's just bad practice.


Following the method described in the LyX documentation on how to get 
figures side-by-side, I went and put a table and a figure side by side 
in a figure float, and referenced them. When I later cross-referenced, 
it would give the table as table 1a and the figure as figure 1a in 
a formatted reference (both in figure 1). If I go on to create a 
subsequent table float and reference it, it comes out as table 1. 
 If I then nest some tables inside this float and reference those, the 
references work and come out as another table 1a, the document is 
compiled to pdf/dvi etc without complaining, and hyperref in PDF 
Properties of Document Settings works too, linking to the correct 
figure/float. The only indication that something might not be right is 
all the font colour in the float handles turning red.




This will  definitely be a lot easier for people to figure out if you 
can post a minimal example file. There are too many ways to do this 
right, and too many ways to do it wrong.


Richard



Re: Duplicate references in nested figure and table floates

2012-04-06 Thread Samuel Tan
Thanks for your response. Attached is an example file.

On 6 April 2012 23:53, Richard Heck rgh...@comcast.net wrote:

  On 04/06/2012 07:48 AM, Samuel Tan wrote:

 Hello LyX developers!

  Firstly, thank you for such a great product. I appreciate all the work
 you guys put into this application. Here is the problem. I'm not sure if
 it's a bug. I couldn't find any mention of it online, so thought I might as
 well inform you. Maybe it's just bad practice.

  Following the method described in the LyX documentation on how to get
 figures side-by-side, I went and put a table and a figure side by side in a
 figure float, and referenced them. When I later cross-referenced, it would
 give the table as table 1a and the figure as figure 1a in a formatted
 reference (both in figure 1). If I go on to create a subsequent table float
 and reference it, it comes out as table 1.  If I then nest some tables
 inside this float and reference those, the references work and come out as
 another table 1a, the document is compiled to pdf/dvi etc without
 complaining, and hyperref in PDF Properties of Document Settings works
 too, linking to the correct figure/float. The only indication that
 something might not be right is all the font colour in the float handles
 turning red.


 This will  definitely be a lot easier for people to figure out if you can
 post a minimal example file. There are too many ways to do this right, and
 too many ways to do it wrong.

 Richard




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Re: Wiki page editing

2012-04-06 Thread Pavel Sanda
Andrew Parsloe wrote:
> When I click on Upload on the Wiki home page (http://wiki.lyx.org/), I get 
> only a blank page (http://wiki.lyx.org/ipfm/index.php?dir=/) in Firefox. 
> This is an advance on how things were a few weeks ago, when Firefox would 
> respond after a while with an error message, but is clearly not right.

We are aware of this problem, but it seems to be hard to fix.

Pavel


Duplicate references in nested figure and table floates

2012-04-06 Thread Samuel Tan
Hello LyX developers!

Firstly, thank you for such a great product. I appreciate all the work you
guys put into this application. Here is the problem. I'm not sure if it's a
bug. I couldn't find any mention of it online, so thought I might as well
inform you. Maybe it's just bad practice.

Following the method described in the LyX documentation on how to get
figures side-by-side, I went and put a table and a figure side by side in a
figure float, and referenced them. When I later cross-referenced, it would
give the table as "table 1a" and the figure as "figure 1a" in a formatted
reference (both in figure 1). If I go on to create a subsequent table float
and reference it, it comes out as "table 1".  If I then nest some tables
inside this float and reference those, the references work and come out as
another "table 1a", the document is compiled to pdf/dvi etc without
complaining, and "hyperref" in PDF Properties of Document Settings works
too, linking to the correct figure/float. The only indication that
something might not be right is all the font colour in the float handles
turning red.

Is there a way to fix this? Maybe for different nested floats the formatted
reference should be something like "figure 1: table 1a" and "table 1: table
1a".

Cheers,
Samuel


Re: Duplicate references in nested figure and table floates

2012-04-06 Thread Richard Heck

On 04/06/2012 07:48 AM, Samuel Tan wrote:

Hello LyX developers!

Firstly, thank you for such a great product. I appreciate all the work 
you guys put into this application. Here is the problem. I'm not sure 
if it's a bug. I couldn't find any mention of it online, so thought I 
might as well inform you. Maybe it's just bad practice.


Following the method described in the LyX documentation on how to get 
figures side-by-side, I went and put a table and a figure side by side 
in a figure float, and referenced them. When I later cross-referenced, 
it would give the table as "table 1a" and the figure as "figure 1a" in 
a formatted reference (both in figure 1). If I go on to create a 
subsequent table float and reference it, it comes out as "table 1". 
 If I then nest some tables inside this float and reference those, the 
references work and come out as another "table 1a", the document is 
compiled to pdf/dvi etc without complaining, and "hyperref" in PDF 
Properties of Document Settings works too, linking to the correct 
figure/float. The only indication that something might not be right is 
all the font colour in the float handles turning red.




This will  definitely be a lot easier for people to figure out if you 
can post a minimal example file. There are too many ways to do this 
right, and too many ways to do it wrong.


Richard



Re: Duplicate references in nested figure and table floates

2012-04-06 Thread Samuel Tan
Thanks for your response. Attached is an example file.

On 6 April 2012 23:53, Richard Heck  wrote:

>  On 04/06/2012 07:48 AM, Samuel Tan wrote:
>
> Hello LyX developers!
>
>  Firstly, thank you for such a great product. I appreciate all the work
> you guys put into this application. Here is the problem. I'm not sure if
> it's a bug. I couldn't find any mention of it online, so thought I might as
> well inform you. Maybe it's just bad practice.
>
>  Following the method described in the LyX documentation on how to get
> figures side-by-side, I went and put a table and a figure side by side in a
> figure float, and referenced them. When I later cross-referenced, it would
> give the table as "table 1a" and the figure as "figure 1a" in a formatted
> reference (both in figure 1). If I go on to create a subsequent table float
> and reference it, it comes out as "table 1".  If I then nest some tables
> inside this float and reference those, the references work and come out as
> another "table 1a", the document is compiled to pdf/dvi etc without
> complaining, and "hyperref" in PDF Properties of Document Settings works
> too, linking to the correct figure/float. The only indication that
> something might not be right is all the font colour in the float handles
> turning red.
>
>
> This will  definitely be a lot easier for people to figure out if you can
> post a minimal example file. There are too many ways to do this right, and
> too many ways to do it wrong.
>
> Richard
>
>


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