Re: Biber Biblatex Lyx Jabref

2019-04-04 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann


On 04.04.19 10:27, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:


On 03.04.19 16:30, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
As with BibTeX, the encoding should ideally match the encoding of he 
document. If it differs, you can add bibencoding=utf8 to Document > 
Settings > Bibliography > Citation Style > Options


Thanks, Jürgen. Could you or somebody else kindly try this one, to see 
whether the Umlaute are ok?



@Article{Buenning1935,
  author  = {Bünning, E.},
  title   = {Zur {K}enntnis der erblichen {T}agesperiodizität bei den 
{P}rimärblättern von \emph{{P}haseolus multiflorus}},

  journal = {Jb. wiss. Bot.},
  year    = {1935},
  volume  = {81},
  pages   = {411--418},
}

I do not get them even after using your proposal (Bookstyle Komascript 
English)


Wolfgang



ps: I also did this before in the bib file

https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/81716/umlauts-in-a-jabref-managed-bibtex-file-and-file-encoding

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That's right. If your bib-File is rather old, check in Jabref 
(Preferences->General->Encoding) that you use UTF8 and convert the file 
via |iconv -f ISO-8859-1 -t UTF-8 jabref_old.bib > jabref_new.bib|. It 
seems (tex.stackexchange.com/questions/97252/… 
) 
that |\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}| is still needed, too. – mpy 
 Mar 2 '13 at 15:05 
 


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Thanks for the answer. I'll try this next week and let you know whether 
it works fine. @mpy Thank you too for your comment. I never came across 
|iconv| so far. – halirutan 
 Mar 2 '13 at 19:59 
 


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3
But bibtex does not handle some utf8 characters (umlauts) from bib 
files. It will look fine in JabRef but will give errors when compiling. 
Switching to biblatex/biber solves the issue. – remus 
 Apr 24 '13 at 19:41 



however, I tried this one in the preamplewhich was refused by Lyx since 
utf8 was already defined:


|\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}
|

|do I need to include inputenc and where would I do that?|

|Wolfgang
|




Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-04 Thread Baris Erkus
On 03-Apr-19 5:34 PM, Daniel wrote:
> On 03/04/2019 13:35, Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote:
>> I have noticed same, but it bothered me for about 27 seconds and I am
>> now used to it.
>
> With Jean-Marc's comment, there is no need to get used to it any more. 
> Though I admire your ability to adapt. :)
>
> Daniel
>
Well, what I meant was exactly this solution.  You can place these 
options in the preamble to be valid for whole document, or you can place 
it in the Enumerate Options of LyX to be valid only for that particular 
list. I use both. LyX does not have a tool that set these for you.

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Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-04 Thread Daniel

On 2019-04-04 08:01, Baris Erkus wrote:

On 03-Apr-19 5:34 PM, Daniel wrote:

On 03/04/2019 13:35, Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote:

I have noticed same, but it bothered me for about 27 seconds and I am
now used to it.


With Jean-Marc's comment, there is no need to get used to it any more.
Though I admire your ability to adapt. :)

Daniel


Well, what I meant was exactly this solution.  You can place these
options in the preamble to be valid for whole document, or you can place
it in the Enumerate Options of LyX to be valid only for that particular
list. I use both. LyX does not have a tool that set these for you.


I think this is still a misunderstanding.

You suggest to change the LaTeX output by manipulating the preamble or 
setting Enumerate Options.


In contrast, Jean-Marc's suggestion had nothing to do with LaTeX. It's 
aim was to change the appearance in LyX' work area by modifying the 
Local Layout.


Daniel



Re: Biber Biblatex Lyx Jabref

2019-04-04 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann



On 03.04.19 16:30, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
As with BibTeX, the encoding should ideally match the encoding of he 
document. If it differs, you can add bibencoding=utf8 to Document > 
Settings > Bibliography > Citation Style > Options


Thanks, Jürgen. Could you or somebody else kindly try this one, to see 
whether the Umlaute are ok?



@Article{Buenning1935,
  author  = {Bünning, E.},
  title   = {Zur {K}enntnis der erblichen {T}agesperiodizität bei den 
{P}rimärblättern von \emph{{P}haseolus multiflorus}},

  journal = {Jb. wiss. Bot.},
  year    = {1935},
  volume  = {81},
  pages   = {411--418},
}

I do not get them even after using your proposal (Bookstyle Komascript 
English)


Wolfgang




Re: Biber Biblatex Lyx Jabref

2019-04-04 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann


On 04.04.19 12:44, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
Am Do., 4. Apr. 2019 um 10:27 Uhr schrieb Wolfgang Engelmann 
mailto:engelm...@uni-tuebingen.de>>:



On 03.04.19 16:30, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
> As with BibTeX, the encoding should ideally match the encoding
of he
> document. If it differs, you can add bibencoding=utf8 to Document >
> Settings > Bibliography > Citation Style > Options

Thanks, Jürgen. Could you or somebody else kindly try this one, to
see
whether the Umlaute are ok?


@Article{Buenning1935,
   author  = {Bünning, E.},
   title   = {Zur {K}enntnis der erblichen {T}agesperiodizität bei
den
{P}rimärblättern von \emph{{P}haseolus multiflorus}},
   journal = {Jb. wiss. Bot.},
   year    = {1935},
   volume  = {81},
   pages   = {411--418},
}


We need a real minimal example file (lyx file and bib) in order to 
help you.


Jürgen


In preparing a minimal example I created a new minimal lyx file and a 
new bib file with just one entrance (the one above) and, voila, the 
problem with the Umlaute was gone. If I use the old bib file (with many 
literature references) this one item does not show the Umlaute, although 
only this item is required.


Conclusion: The problem is with the (jabref) bib file and is not a lyx 
question.


But I am not sure how to proceed. If I copy my references from the old 
bib file in the new one, the umlaute problem comes back, even with the 
one which were correct before (I had copy/pasted them separately in the 
new bib file). Perhaps someone of the Jabref users might have an idea?


Thanks for all the help

Wolfgang



Re: Biber Biblatex Lyx Jabref

2019-04-04 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Am Do., 4. Apr. 2019 um 10:27 Uhr schrieb Wolfgang Engelmann <
engelm...@uni-tuebingen.de>:

>
> On 03.04.19 16:30, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
> > As with BibTeX, the encoding should ideally match the encoding of he
> > document. If it differs, you can add bibencoding=utf8 to Document >
> > Settings > Bibliography > Citation Style > Options
>
> Thanks, Jürgen. Could you or somebody else kindly try this one, to see
> whether the Umlaute are ok?
>
>
> @Article{Buenning1935,
>author  = {Bünning, E.},
>title   = {Zur {K}enntnis der erblichen {T}agesperiodizität bei den
> {P}rimärblättern von \emph{{P}haseolus multiflorus}},
>journal = {Jb. wiss. Bot.},
>year= {1935},
>volume  = {81},
>pages   = {411--418},
> }
>

We need a real minimal example file (lyx file and bib) in order to help you.

Jürgen


Re: Biber Biblatex Lyx Jabref

2019-04-04 Thread Axel Dessecker
Am Donnerstag, 4. April 2019, 14:41:08 CEST schrieb Wolfgang Engelmann:
> On 04.04.19 12:44, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
> > Am Do., 4. Apr. 2019 um 10:27 Uhr schrieb Wolfgang Engelmann
> > 
> > mailto:engelm...@uni-tuebingen.de>>:
> > On 03.04.19 16:30, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
> > > As with BibTeX, the encoding should ideally match the encoding
> > 
> > of he
> > 
> > > document. If it differs, you can add bibencoding=utf8 to Document >
> > > Settings > Bibliography > Citation Style > Options
> > 
> > Thanks, Jürgen. Could you or somebody else kindly try this one, to
> > see
> > whether the Umlaute are ok?
> > 
> > 
> > @Article{Buenning1935,
> >author  = {Bünning, E.},
> >title   = {Zur {K}enntnis der erblichen {T}agesperiodizität bei
> > den
> > {P}rimärblättern von \emph{{P}haseolus multiflorus}},
> >journal = {Jb. wiss. Bot.},
> >year= {1935},
> >volume  = {81},
> >pages   = {411--418},
> > }
> > 
> > We need a real minimal example file (lyx file and bib) in order to
> > help you.
> > 
> > Jürgen
> 
> In preparing a minimal example I created a new minimal lyx file and a
> new bib file with just one entrance (the one above) and, voila, the
> problem with the Umlaute was gone. If I use the old bib file (with many
> literature references) this one item does not show the Umlaute, although
> only this item is required.
> 
> Conclusion: The problem is with the (jabref) bib file and is not a lyx
> question.
> 
> But I am not sure how to proceed. If I copy my references from the old
> bib file in the new one, the umlaute problem comes back, even with the
> one which were correct before (I had copy/pasted them separately in the
> new bib file). Perhaps someone of the Jabref users might have an idea?
> 
> Thanks for all the help
> 
> Wolfgang


Are you sure about the correct formatting of your older entries containing 
umlauts? Have you recoded the .bib file to UTF-8?

Axel



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Re: Biber Biblatex Lyx Jabref

2019-04-04 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann



On 04.04.19 15:03, Axel Dessecker wrote:

Am Donnerstag, 4. April 2019, 14:41:08 CEST schrieb Wolfgang Engelmann:

On 04.04.19 12:44, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:

Am Do., 4. Apr. 2019 um 10:27 Uhr schrieb Wolfgang Engelmann

mailto:engelm...@uni-tuebingen.de>>:
 On 03.04.19 16:30, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote:
 > As with BibTeX, the encoding should ideally match the encoding
 
 of he
 
 > document. If it differs, you can add bibencoding=utf8 to Document >

 > Settings > Bibliography > Citation Style > Options
 
 Thanks, Jürgen. Could you or somebody else kindly try this one, to

 see
 whether the Umlaute are ok?
 
 
 @Article{Buenning1935,

author  = {Bünning, E.},
title   = {Zur {K}enntnis der erblichen {T}agesperiodizität bei
 den
 {P}rimärblättern von \emph{{P}haseolus multiflorus}},
journal = {Jb. wiss. Bot.},
year= {1935},
volume  = {81},
pages   = {411--418},
 }

We need a real minimal example file (lyx file and bib) in order to
help you.

Jürgen

In preparing a minimal example I created a new minimal lyx file and a
new bib file with just one entrance (the one above) and, voila, the
problem with the Umlaute was gone. If I use the old bib file (with many
literature references) this one item does not show the Umlaute, although
only this item is required.

Conclusion: The problem is with the (jabref) bib file and is not a lyx
question.

But I am not sure how to proceed. If I copy my references from the old
bib file in the new one, the umlaute problem comes back, even with the
one which were correct before (I had copy/pasted them separately in the
new bib file). Perhaps someone of the Jabref users might have an idea?

Thanks for all the help

Wolfgang


Are you sure about the correct formatting of your older entries containing
umlauts? Have you recoded the .bib file to UTF-8?

Axel


Yes, I did.

Just found out, that apparently the new Jabref 4.3.1 needs 
Java-8-openjdk, not Java-9-openjdk, or alternatively openjfx.


Will try, and thanks

Wolfgang



Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-04 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
Daniel,

to be honest, I'll probably figure this out and install it anyway.

Eventually :-)-O

Even though in my daily use I usuallyhave Enumerate-Resume on the outer
level and Enumerate on the indented one(s).  So this may or may not work
:-)-O


el

On 03/04/2019 16:34, Daniel wrote:
> On 03/04/2019 13:35, Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote:
>> I have noticed same, but it bothered me for about 27 seconds and I am
>> now used to it.
> 
> With Jean-Marc's comment, there is no need to get used to it any more.
> Though I admire your ability to adapt.  :)
> 
> Daniel
> 
> 




Re: LyX installation problems on Windows 10.

2019-04-04 Thread 수학과


보낸 사람: Joel Kulesza 
보낸 날짜: 2019년 4월 4일 목요일 오후 12:17
받는 사람: 장지웅(수학과)
제목: Fwd: LyX installation problems on Windows 10.

One person suggested the posts below.  Please reply to him and the lys-user's 
list with the results.

Thanks,
Joel


Have you tried:


https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/280731/lyx-installation-error-text-class-not-found-reconfigure-or-use-without-late


or


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


B. Erkus

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I followed the instruction in the tex.stackexchange page:

C:\WINDOWS\system32>cd c:\lyx\bin

c:\Lyx\bin>lyx.exe

c:\Lyx\bin>set python path=

c:\Lyx\bin>set path=

c:\Lyx\bin>lyx.exe

c:\Lyx\bin>

but there was no change in the result, and the procedure in the wiki.lyx page 
creates should

create 4 files in the LyX folder, but created 3 files in my case, except for

the file textclass.lst. I cut and pasted them into the LyX folder in 
Application Data,

but there was also no change.


Thanks for the suggestions.


Jiwoong Jang