Re: suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-03 Thread Rich Shepard

On Wed, 3 Jan 2018, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:


An easier solution (though not "automatic") is to use Insert > Short
Title.


  +1 for using short titles. When section headings are long, or contain an
embedded footnote) the short heading can also prevent section names in the
header fron overlapping.

  Yes, it is a bit more work, but it gives you control.

Rich



Re: Version control

2018-01-03 Thread Ahmad Abdullah
However, you need to know something. LyX doesn't commit any new files or 
pictures other than the lyx text file to the git repo. If you want the full git 
support, you have to commit manually using any git software such as SourceTree.


Best Regards,
Ahmad Abdullah

From: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org  on behalf of Pavel 
Sanda 
Sent: Tuesday, January 2, 2018 5:44:55 AM
To: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
Subject: Re: Version control

Rich Shepard wrote:
>   When checking in using git and the within-lyx function I do not need to
> add the quotation marks surrounding the message in the text entry widget.
> LyX adds them for me. Correct?

No you don't. Pavel


Re: suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-03 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Am Dienstag, den 02.01.2018, 16:57 +0100 schrieb Ekkehart Schlicht:
> Hi,
> 
> I have footnotes to section headings (that are necessary because
> some 
> sections are taken from earlier articles, and this is explained in
> those 
> footnotes). In the TOC, these footnotes re-appear. It is quite clumsy
> to 
> repress them in those cases by using \section* instead of \section
> and 
> add \addcontentsline{section}{12 sectionname}. 

An easier solution (though not "automatic") is to use Insert > Short
Title.

Jürgen


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Fwd: Re: suppression of footnotes in TOC

2018-01-03 Thread Ekkehart Schlicht

  
  


  
  Dear Ricardo,
  thanks a lot! This works much better than my
  previous "solution". My suggestion would be to build it right
  away into the LyX footnote command for chapters, sections, and
  subsections.
  Unfortunately \renewcommand{\footnote}{\myfnt}
  does not work, as \myfnt calls \footnote. 

  There is also the problem that the myfnt
  appears in the PDF bookmarks and has to be corrected by hand.
  Thanks again

  Ekkehart
  
  
  On 02.01.2018 21:09, Ricardo Berlasso
wrote:
  
  


  
2018-01-02 16:57 GMT+01:00 Ekkehart
  Schlicht :
  Hi,

I have footnotes to section headings (that are necessary
because some sections are taken from earlier articles,
and this is explained in those footnotes). In the TOC,
these footnotes re-appear. It is quite clumsy to repress
them in those cases by using \section* instead of
\section and add \addcontentsline{section}{12
sectionname}. It would be very convenient to have
footnoes to TOC entries omitted by defaultin the TOC.
  
  
  
  The only way I ever found is to define a new
"footnote" command and use it on the heading instead of
the normal one. See here:
  
  
  
  https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/123762
  
  
  Basically you add to the Preamble 
  
  
  
  
\makeatletter
\def\myfnt{\ifx\protect\@typeset@protect\expandafter\footnote\else\expandafter\@gobble\fi}
\makeatother


and then to insert the "footnote" on the heading you use a TeX box (Ctrl-L) with the command


\myfnt{the heading footnote}


on it. The numbering integrates without problems with normal footnotes, only on LyX it will look kind of weird. But you can always define a character style ;)

  
  
  
  Regards,
  Ricardo
  
  
   
   
Thanks!

-- 
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'noframenumbering' option for beamer

2018-01-03 Thread Sam Lewis

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Hi,

The following latex code creates a frame in beamer that does not count towards 
the total pager number.


\begin{frame}[noframenumbering]
\titlepage
\end{frame}


What would be a good way to achieve this in LyX? Alternatively, is there an 
easy way to suppress the total pager number in the theme of my choice, 
e.g.'CambridgeUS'?


Many thanks!

Cheers, Sam


-Sam Lewis
   

Re: 'noframenumbering' option for beamer

2018-01-03 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Thu, Jan 04, 2018 at 03:34:35AM +, Sam Lewis wrote:

> What would be a good way to achieve this in LyX? Alternatively, is there an 
> easy way to suppress the total pager number in the theme of my choice, 
> e.g.'CambridgeUS'?

Hi Sam,

the part in [] is called an "optional argument", and in LyX you can
insert it by going to Insert > Frame Options. Note that this is
mentioned (only briefly though I think) in the beamer manual. See Help >
Beamer. I highly recommend it.

Best,

Scott


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Re: 'noframenumbering' option for beamer

2018-01-03 Thread Sam Lewis
On Thursday, 4 January 2018, 11:34, Scott Kostyshak  wrote:


 
>the part in [] is called an "optional argument", and in LyX you can
>insert it by going to Insert > Frame Options. 

That's great! Thank you Scott. 

I'll peruse the documentation as you recommend. 

Best,
Sam



   

Re: Version control

2018-01-03 Thread Ahmad Abdullah
Refer to this short tutorial


https://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/VersionControlInstallationAndUsage


I recommend you use git instead of RCS

LyX wiki | LyX / 
VersionControlInstallationAndUsage
wiki.lyx.org
RCS Installation on Windows. It is assumed that you have a successful 
installation of LyX and Latex (Tex Live or MiKTeX). In the following your LyX 
installation is ...




Best Regards,
Ahmad Abdullah

From: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org  on behalf of Wolfgang 
Engelmann 
Sent: Tuesday, September 27, 2016 11:27:32 AM
To: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
Subject: Version control


I want to edit a document in collaboration with a colleague and thought to use 
Version Control for this.

When I try to register in version control, I get this message

LyX Fehler der Versionskontrolle:

Bei der Ausführung des Befehls

'ci -q -u -i -t-"SP-Witte20160927WE" "SP-Witte20160926kh.20160927WE.lyx"' ist 
ein Fehler aufgetreten

I have not used it before and do not know what I did wrong. Can somebody give 
me a hint?

I use Debian and Lyx 2.2.1 (July 2016)

Thanks,

Wolfgang