Re: Help for to install texlive

2010-03-26 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Friday 26 March 2010 00:00:45 schrieb Marcelo Acuña:
 Hello,
  I have download texlive 2009 from CTAN but I can´t install it in my debian
 lenny. I followed the instructions but lyx does not recognize the new latex
 and does not use it. How I can make the installation?


 Marcelo Acuña

have you set as root the pathes in
/etc/profile
as:
export PATH=/usr/local/texlive/2009/bin/i386-linux:$PATH
export MANPATH=/usr/local/texlive/2009/texmf/doc/man:$MANPATH
export INFOPATH=/usr/local/texlive/2009/texmf/doc/info:$INFOPATH
unset TEXINPUTS
unset TEXMFCONFIG

afterward
reboot and texhash

test the path with
 which tex

Wolfgang


Re: Interline Space

2010-03-26 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2010-03-25, YURENA MENDOZA wrote:

 Hi, I have a problem with Lyx and the spaces between paragraphs. For some
 reason despite the fact that I have selected the optional of default in
 space between paragraphs there are paragraphs that appear with a greater
 space between them. What could be due to?

It could be due to the bug http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/4796


A workaround for current LyX versions:

* select DocumentSettingsParagraph-Separator: Vertical Space

for the visual feedback in the LyX window.

* insert the following lines in the LaTeX preamble

\usepackage{nccparskip}
\SetParskip{\medskipamount}

  (replace \medskipamount wiht your choice of paragraph skip).

  For a default skip use the simple one-liner:
  
\usepackage{parskip}
  
  instead of nccparskip.
  
Günter  



natbib/ how to put surname before first name?

2010-03-26 Thread Fei Fei
Hi,

I use natbib and style abbrvnat style in Lyx. I am trying to make
my reference appear in style as R. Luukonen, P. Saikkonen, T. Terasvirta.
Testing linearity in univariate models. Scandinavian journal of Statistics,
15:165-173, 1998. rather than the standard style as Luukonen, R.,
Saikkonen, P. Terasvirta, T., 1998. Testing linearity in univariate models.
Scandinavian journal of Statistics, 15, 165-173.

What can I do?

Regards

Alec


Re: Floating and Space between paragraph

2010-03-26 Thread Helge Hafting

YURENA MENDOZA wrote:

Hello,I have several tables floating in my document and they will be the
reason why along my document there are greater spaces between several
paragraphs despite I select the default option space between paragraphs.
What can I do in order to retain all paragraphs with the same length between
them?


Sometimes this happens:

==
First paragraph of text

Second paragraph of text


A float


Third paragraph of text
===

If the float floats somewhere else, it leaves a double-length space 
between the second and third paragraph. The reason is that you press 
enter both before and after the float, so that there is paragraph 
separation spacing both before and after the float. Latex normally 
avoids double spacing like that, but *not* in the floating case.


The solution is to avoid putting the float in a paragraph of its own. 
Instead, put it on the end of second paragraph or at the beginning of 
third paragraph.


Ideally, LyX could recognize this special case, and auto-remove 
paragraph separation on one side of the float. Or simply always attach a 
float to the paragraph above. I don't think this kind of double spacing

where a float used to be is useful, not in any cases.

The workaround is simple. In my example, put the cursor at the end of
Second paragraph and press the delete key (not backspace) once, so the 
float becomes part of that paragraph.


Helge Hafting


Re: natbib/ how to put surname before first name?

2010-03-26 Thread Paul A. Rubin

On 3/26/2010 7:40 AM, Fei Fei wrote:

Hi,

I use natbib and style abbrvnat style in Lyx. I am trying to make
my reference appear in style as R. Luukonen, P. Saikkonen, T. Terasvirta.
Testing linearity in univariate models. Scandinavian journal of Statistics,
15:165-173, 1998. rather than the standard style as Luukonen, R.,
Saikkonen, P. Terasvirta, T., 1998. Testing linearity in univariate models.
Scandinavian journal of Statistics, 15, 165-173.

What can I do?



You could try hacking the abbrvnat.bst file, or you could look for a 
different BibTeX style that's compatible with NatBib and orders names 
the way you want (http://wiki.lyx.org/BibTeX/Links has some links to 
sites that demonstrate various style files), or you could use the 
custom-bib tool (see, for instance, 
http://facweb.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/pviton/support/custom-bib.html) to 
generate your own style file (by answering questions in a dialog).


/Paul



Shortcut for pdflatex on mac

2010-03-26 Thread Johannes Knaus
Hello,

I'd like to create a keyboard-shortcut for PDF (pdflatex) in LyX.
I'm using a Mac and LyX 1.6.5.
After some reading in the wiki and on this list I tried the following:

1) I created a file myshortcuts.bind in ~/Library/Lyx-1.6/bind/ with the 
following content (copied and pasted from the wiki and the mailinglist):

# include one of the basic flavours (cua or emacs)
\bind_file  cua
# add your own bindings (overwriting the included ones)
\bind   C-y buffer-export pdf2

this didn't work.

2.) I saved the same thing inside ~/Library/Lyx-1.6/bind/user.bind

this worked, but not as I expected: Now, everytime I press Cmd-y a pdf file is 
created in my current directory not in lyx.tempbuf() (wherever that is exactly).

What do I have to change to exactly mimic the pdflatex-button by a shortcut?

One further question: To keep all other shortcut settings as is default on 
LyX-Mac I should better use \bind_file mac instead of cua, right?

And finally: Does modifying the bind-files influence the stability of LyX? If 
so, I'd rather stick to pressing the pdf-button.

Thanks for your help.

Johannes




Re: Shortcut for pdflatex on mac

2010-03-26 Thread BH
On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 3:23 PM, Johannes Knaus knausli...@freenet.de wrote:
 Hello,

 I'd like to create a keyboard-shortcut for PDF (pdflatex) in LyX.
 I'm using a Mac and LyX 1.6.5.
 After some reading in the wiki and on this list I tried the following:

I'm not sure what you were reading, but it looks like this is the
wrong advice for LyX-1.6. It would have been better to look in the
User's Guide, which tells you to use the GUI (see below).

 1) I created a file myshortcuts.bind in ~/Library/Lyx-1.6/bind/ with the 
 following content (copied and pasted from the wiki and the mailinglist):

 # include one of the basic flavours (cua or emacs)
 \bind_file      cua
 # add your own bindings (overwriting the included ones)
 \bind           C-y buffer-export pdf2

 this didn't work.

 2.) I saved the same thing inside ~/Library/Lyx-1.6/bind/user.bind

 this worked, but not as I expected: Now, everytime I press Cmd-y a pdf file 
 is created in my current directory not in lyx.tempbuf() (wherever that is 
 exactly).

buffer-export tells LyX to export the file in the requested format in
the same directory as the original LyX file. So this is the expected
behavior.

 What do I have to change to exactly mimic the pdflatex-button by a shortcut?

You should use buffer-view in place of buffer-export. But rather than
messing with .bind files, you should use LyX  Preferences  Editing 
Shortcuts and define shortcuts there. (Search for buffer-view.)

 One further question: To keep all other shortcut settings as is default on 
 LyX-Mac I should better use \bind_file mac instead of cua, right?

Yes.

 And finally: Does modifying the bind-files influence the stability of LyX? If 
 so, I'd rather stick to pressing the pdf-button.

If the .bind file will load, it won't affect stability. But if you
improperly define the .bind file, it won't load. That's partly why
it's better to use the GUI for modifying shortcuts (which was
introduced in LyX-1.6.0, I believe).

BH


Numbered equation shortcut broken?

2010-03-26 Thread Tim Wescott
I type ctrl-shift-M and I get an unnumbered, separate equation.  I type 
ctrl-M and I get an in-line equation.


But when I type ctrl-alt-M I get absolutely nothing at all.

Selecting Insert-Math-Numbered equations works, but it's tedious.

Lyx 1.6.4 on Ubuntu 9.10.

Clues for the clueless?

--
Tim Wescott
Wescott Design Services
Voice: 503-631-7815
Cell:  503-349-8432
http://www.wescottdesign.com




Re: Numbered equation shortcut broken?

2010-03-26 Thread Paul Rubin
Tim Wescott t...@... writes:

 
 I type ctrl-shift-M and I get an unnumbered, separate equation.  I type 
 ctrl-M and I get an in-line equation.
 
 But when I type ctrl-alt-M I get absolutely nothing at all.
 
 Selecting Insert-Math-Numbered equations works, but it's tedious.
 
 Lyx 1.6.4 on Ubuntu 9.10.
 
 Clues for the clueless?
 


ctrl-alt-M  ctrl-alt-N (unless M=N, of course).

/Paul



Re: Help for to install texlive

2010-03-26 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Friday 26 March 2010 00:00:45 schrieb Marcelo Acuña:
 Hello,
  I have download texlive 2009 from CTAN but I can´t install it in my debian
 lenny. I followed the instructions but lyx does not recognize the new latex
 and does not use it. How I can make the installation?


 Marcelo Acuña

have you set as root the pathes in
/etc/profile
as:
export PATH=/usr/local/texlive/2009/bin/i386-linux:$PATH
export MANPATH=/usr/local/texlive/2009/texmf/doc/man:$MANPATH
export INFOPATH=/usr/local/texlive/2009/texmf/doc/info:$INFOPATH
unset TEXINPUTS
unset TEXMFCONFIG

afterward
reboot and texhash

test the path with
 which tex

Wolfgang


Re: Interline Space

2010-03-26 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2010-03-25, YURENA MENDOZA wrote:

 Hi, I have a problem with Lyx and the spaces between paragraphs. For some
 reason despite the fact that I have selected the optional of default in
 space between paragraphs there are paragraphs that appear with a greater
 space between them. What could be due to?

It could be due to the bug http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/4796


A workaround for current LyX versions:

* select DocumentSettingsParagraph-Separator: Vertical Space

for the visual feedback in the LyX window.

* insert the following lines in the LaTeX preamble

\usepackage{nccparskip}
\SetParskip{\medskipamount}

  (replace \medskipamount wiht your choice of paragraph skip).

  For a default skip use the simple one-liner:
  
\usepackage{parskip}
  
  instead of nccparskip.
  
Günter  



natbib/ how to put surname before first name?

2010-03-26 Thread Fei Fei
Hi,

I use natbib and style abbrvnat style in Lyx. I am trying to make
my reference appear in style as R. Luukonen, P. Saikkonen, T. Terasvirta.
Testing linearity in univariate models. Scandinavian journal of Statistics,
15:165-173, 1998. rather than the standard style as Luukonen, R.,
Saikkonen, P. Terasvirta, T., 1998. Testing linearity in univariate models.
Scandinavian journal of Statistics, 15, 165-173.

What can I do?

Regards

Alec


Re: Floating and Space between paragraph

2010-03-26 Thread Helge Hafting

YURENA MENDOZA wrote:

Hello,I have several tables floating in my document and they will be the
reason why along my document there are greater spaces between several
paragraphs despite I select the default option space between paragraphs.
What can I do in order to retain all paragraphs with the same length between
them?


Sometimes this happens:

==
First paragraph of text

Second paragraph of text


A float


Third paragraph of text
===

If the float floats somewhere else, it leaves a double-length space 
between the second and third paragraph. The reason is that you press 
enter both before and after the float, so that there is paragraph 
separation spacing both before and after the float. Latex normally 
avoids double spacing like that, but *not* in the floating case.


The solution is to avoid putting the float in a paragraph of its own. 
Instead, put it on the end of second paragraph or at the beginning of 
third paragraph.


Ideally, LyX could recognize this special case, and auto-remove 
paragraph separation on one side of the float. Or simply always attach a 
float to the paragraph above. I don't think this kind of double spacing

where a float used to be is useful, not in any cases.

The workaround is simple. In my example, put the cursor at the end of
Second paragraph and press the delete key (not backspace) once, so the 
float becomes part of that paragraph.


Helge Hafting


Re: natbib/ how to put surname before first name?

2010-03-26 Thread Paul A. Rubin

On 3/26/2010 7:40 AM, Fei Fei wrote:

Hi,

I use natbib and style abbrvnat style in Lyx. I am trying to make
my reference appear in style as R. Luukonen, P. Saikkonen, T. Terasvirta.
Testing linearity in univariate models. Scandinavian journal of Statistics,
15:165-173, 1998. rather than the standard style as Luukonen, R.,
Saikkonen, P. Terasvirta, T., 1998. Testing linearity in univariate models.
Scandinavian journal of Statistics, 15, 165-173.

What can I do?



You could try hacking the abbrvnat.bst file, or you could look for a 
different BibTeX style that's compatible with NatBib and orders names 
the way you want (http://wiki.lyx.org/BibTeX/Links has some links to 
sites that demonstrate various style files), or you could use the 
custom-bib tool (see, for instance, 
http://facweb.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/pviton/support/custom-bib.html) to 
generate your own style file (by answering questions in a dialog).


/Paul



Shortcut for pdflatex on mac

2010-03-26 Thread Johannes Knaus
Hello,

I'd like to create a keyboard-shortcut for PDF (pdflatex) in LyX.
I'm using a Mac and LyX 1.6.5.
After some reading in the wiki and on this list I tried the following:

1) I created a file myshortcuts.bind in ~/Library/Lyx-1.6/bind/ with the 
following content (copied and pasted from the wiki and the mailinglist):

# include one of the basic flavours (cua or emacs)
\bind_file  cua
# add your own bindings (overwriting the included ones)
\bind   C-y buffer-export pdf2

this didn't work.

2.) I saved the same thing inside ~/Library/Lyx-1.6/bind/user.bind

this worked, but not as I expected: Now, everytime I press Cmd-y a pdf file is 
created in my current directory not in lyx.tempbuf() (wherever that is exactly).

What do I have to change to exactly mimic the pdflatex-button by a shortcut?

One further question: To keep all other shortcut settings as is default on 
LyX-Mac I should better use \bind_file mac instead of cua, right?

And finally: Does modifying the bind-files influence the stability of LyX? If 
so, I'd rather stick to pressing the pdf-button.

Thanks for your help.

Johannes




Re: Shortcut for pdflatex on mac

2010-03-26 Thread BH
On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 3:23 PM, Johannes Knaus knausli...@freenet.de wrote:
 Hello,

 I'd like to create a keyboard-shortcut for PDF (pdflatex) in LyX.
 I'm using a Mac and LyX 1.6.5.
 After some reading in the wiki and on this list I tried the following:

I'm not sure what you were reading, but it looks like this is the
wrong advice for LyX-1.6. It would have been better to look in the
User's Guide, which tells you to use the GUI (see below).

 1) I created a file myshortcuts.bind in ~/Library/Lyx-1.6/bind/ with the 
 following content (copied and pasted from the wiki and the mailinglist):

 # include one of the basic flavours (cua or emacs)
 \bind_file      cua
 # add your own bindings (overwriting the included ones)
 \bind           C-y buffer-export pdf2

 this didn't work.

 2.) I saved the same thing inside ~/Library/Lyx-1.6/bind/user.bind

 this worked, but not as I expected: Now, everytime I press Cmd-y a pdf file 
 is created in my current directory not in lyx.tempbuf() (wherever that is 
 exactly).

buffer-export tells LyX to export the file in the requested format in
the same directory as the original LyX file. So this is the expected
behavior.

 What do I have to change to exactly mimic the pdflatex-button by a shortcut?

You should use buffer-view in place of buffer-export. But rather than
messing with .bind files, you should use LyX  Preferences  Editing 
Shortcuts and define shortcuts there. (Search for buffer-view.)

 One further question: To keep all other shortcut settings as is default on 
 LyX-Mac I should better use \bind_file mac instead of cua, right?

Yes.

 And finally: Does modifying the bind-files influence the stability of LyX? If 
 so, I'd rather stick to pressing the pdf-button.

If the .bind file will load, it won't affect stability. But if you
improperly define the .bind file, it won't load. That's partly why
it's better to use the GUI for modifying shortcuts (which was
introduced in LyX-1.6.0, I believe).

BH


Numbered equation shortcut broken?

2010-03-26 Thread Tim Wescott
I type ctrl-shift-M and I get an unnumbered, separate equation.  I type 
ctrl-M and I get an in-line equation.


But when I type ctrl-alt-M I get absolutely nothing at all.

Selecting Insert-Math-Numbered equations works, but it's tedious.

Lyx 1.6.4 on Ubuntu 9.10.

Clues for the clueless?

--
Tim Wescott
Wescott Design Services
Voice: 503-631-7815
Cell:  503-349-8432
http://www.wescottdesign.com




Re: Numbered equation shortcut broken?

2010-03-26 Thread Paul Rubin
Tim Wescott t...@... writes:

 
 I type ctrl-shift-M and I get an unnumbered, separate equation.  I type 
 ctrl-M and I get an in-line equation.
 
 But when I type ctrl-alt-M I get absolutely nothing at all.
 
 Selecting Insert-Math-Numbered equations works, but it's tedious.
 
 Lyx 1.6.4 on Ubuntu 9.10.
 
 Clues for the clueless?
 


ctrl-alt-M  ctrl-alt-N (unless M=N, of course).

/Paul



Re: Help for to install texlive

2010-03-26 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Friday 26 March 2010 00:00:45 schrieb Marcelo Acuña:
> Hello,
>  I have download texlive 2009 from CTAN but I can´t install it in my debian
> lenny. I followed the instructions but lyx does not recognize the new latex
> and does not use it. How I can make the installation?
>
>
> Marcelo Acuña

have you set as root the pathes in
/etc/profile
as:
export PATH=/usr/local/texlive/2009/bin/i386-linux:$PATH
export MANPATH=/usr/local/texlive/2009/texmf/doc/man:$MANPATH
export INFOPATH=/usr/local/texlive/2009/texmf/doc/info:$INFOPATH
unset TEXINPUTS
unset TEXMFCONFIG

afterward
reboot and texhash

test the path with
 which tex

Wolfgang


Re: Interline Space

2010-03-26 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2010-03-25, YURENA MENDOZA wrote:

> Hi, I have a problem with Lyx and the spaces between paragraphs. For some
> reason despite the fact that I have selected the optional of "default" in
> space between paragraphs there are paragraphs that appear with a greater
> space between them. What could be due to?

It could be due to the bug http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/4796


A workaround for current LyX versions:

* select Document>Settings>Paragraph-Separator: Vertical Space

for the visual feedback in the LyX window.

* insert the following lines in the LaTeX preamble

\usepackage{nccparskip}
\SetParskip{\medskipamount}

  (replace \medskipamount wiht your choice of paragraph skip).

  For a default skip use the simple one-liner:
  
\usepackage{parskip}
  
  instead of nccparskip.
  
Günter  



natbib/ how to put surname before first name?

2010-03-26 Thread Fei Fei
Hi,

I use natbib and style abbrvnat style in Lyx. I am trying to make
my reference appear in style as "R. Luukonen, P. Saikkonen, T. Terasvirta.
Testing linearity in univariate models. Scandinavian journal of Statistics,
15:165-173, 1998." rather than the standard style as "Luukonen, R.,
Saikkonen, P. Terasvirta, T., 1998. Testing linearity in univariate models.
Scandinavian journal of Statistics, 15, 165-173."

What can I do?

Regards

Alec


Re: Floating and Space between paragraph

2010-03-26 Thread Helge Hafting

YURENA MENDOZA wrote:

Hello,I have several tables floating in my document and they will be the
reason why along my document there are greater spaces between several
paragraphs despite I select the "default" option space between paragraphs.
What can I do in order to retain all paragraphs with the same length between
them?


Sometimes this happens:

==
First paragraph of text

Second paragraph of text


A float


Third paragraph of text
===

If the float floats somewhere else, it leaves a double-length space 
between the "second" and "third" paragraph. The reason is that you press 
enter both before and after the float, so that there is paragraph 
separation spacing both before and after the float. Latex normally 
avoids double spacing like that, but *not* in the floating case.


The solution is to avoid putting the float in a paragraph of its own. 
Instead, put it on the end of "second paragraph" or at the beginning of 
"third paragraph".


Ideally, LyX could recognize this special case, and auto-remove 
paragraph separation on one side of the float. Or simply always attach a 
float to the paragraph above. I don't think this kind of "double spacing

where a float used to be" is useful, not in any cases.

The workaround is simple. In my example, put the cursor at the end of
"Second paragraph" and press the delete key (not backspace) once, so the 
float becomes part of that paragraph.


Helge Hafting


Re: natbib/ how to put surname before first name?

2010-03-26 Thread Paul A. Rubin

On 3/26/2010 7:40 AM, Fei Fei wrote:

Hi,

I use natbib and style abbrvnat style in Lyx. I am trying to make
my reference appear in style as "R. Luukonen, P. Saikkonen, T. Terasvirta.
Testing linearity in univariate models. Scandinavian journal of Statistics,
15:165-173, 1998." rather than the standard style as "Luukonen, R.,
Saikkonen, P. Terasvirta, T., 1998. Testing linearity in univariate models.
Scandinavian journal of Statistics, 15, 165-173."

What can I do?



You could try hacking the abbrvnat.bst file, or you could look for a 
different BibTeX style that's compatible with NatBib and orders names 
the way you want (http://wiki.lyx.org/BibTeX/Links has some links to 
sites that demonstrate various style files), or you could use the 
custom-bib tool (see, for instance, 
http://facweb.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/pviton/support/custom-bib.html) to 
generate your own style file (by answering questions in a dialog).


/Paul



Shortcut for pdflatex on mac

2010-03-26 Thread Johannes Knaus
Hello,

I'd like to create a keyboard-shortcut for PDF (pdflatex) in LyX.
I'm using a Mac and LyX 1.6.5.
After some reading in the wiki and on this list I tried the following:

1) I created a file myshortcuts.bind in ~/Library/Lyx-1.6/bind/ with the 
following content (copied and pasted from the wiki and the mailinglist):

# include one of the basic flavours (cua or emacs)
\bind_file  "cua"
# add your own bindings (overwriting the included ones)
\bind   "C-y" "buffer-export pdf2"

this didn't work.

2.) I saved the same thing inside ~/Library/Lyx-1.6/bind/user.bind

this worked, but not as I expected: Now, everytime I press Cmd-y a pdf file is 
created in my current directory not in lyx.tempbuf() (wherever that is exactly).

What do I have to change to exactly mimic the pdflatex-button by a shortcut?

One further question: To keep all other shortcut settings as is default on 
LyX-Mac I should better use \bind_file "mac" instead of "cua", right?

And finally: Does modifying the bind-files influence the stability of LyX? If 
so, I'd rather stick to pressing the pdf-button.

Thanks for your help.

Johannes




Re: Shortcut for pdflatex on mac

2010-03-26 Thread BH
On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 3:23 PM, Johannes Knaus  wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I'd like to create a keyboard-shortcut for PDF (pdflatex) in LyX.
> I'm using a Mac and LyX 1.6.5.
> After some reading in the wiki and on this list I tried the following:

I'm not sure what you were reading, but it looks like this is the
wrong advice for LyX-1.6. It would have been better to look in the
User's Guide, which tells you to use the GUI (see below).

> 1) I created a file myshortcuts.bind in ~/Library/Lyx-1.6/bind/ with the 
> following content (copied and pasted from the wiki and the mailinglist):
>
> # include one of the basic flavours (cua or emacs)
> \bind_file      "cua"
> # add your own bindings (overwriting the included ones)
> \bind           "C-y" "buffer-export pdf2"
>
> this didn't work.
>
> 2.) I saved the same thing inside ~/Library/Lyx-1.6/bind/user.bind
>
> this worked, but not as I expected: Now, everytime I press Cmd-y a pdf file 
> is created in my current directory not in lyx.tempbuf() (wherever that is 
> exactly).

buffer-export tells LyX to export the file in the requested format in
the same directory as the original LyX file. So this is the expected
behavior.

> What do I have to change to exactly mimic the pdflatex-button by a shortcut?

You should use buffer-view in place of buffer-export. But rather than
messing with .bind files, you should use LyX > Preferences > Editing >
Shortcuts and define shortcuts there. (Search for "buffer-view".)

> One further question: To keep all other shortcut settings as is default on 
> LyX-Mac I should better use \bind_file "mac" instead of "cua", right?

Yes.

> And finally: Does modifying the bind-files influence the stability of LyX? If 
> so, I'd rather stick to pressing the pdf-button.

If the .bind file will load, it won't affect stability. But if you
improperly define the .bind file, it won't load. That's partly why
it's better to use the GUI for modifying shortcuts (which was
introduced in LyX-1.6.0, I believe).

BH


Numbered equation shortcut broken?

2010-03-26 Thread Tim Wescott
I type ctrl-shift-M and I get an unnumbered, separate equation.  I type 
ctrl-M and I get an in-line equation.


But when I type ctrl-alt-M I get absolutely nothing at all.

Selecting Insert->Math->Numbered equations works, but it's tedious.

Lyx 1.6.4 on Ubuntu 9.10.

Clues for the clueless?

--
Tim Wescott
Wescott Design Services
Voice: 503-631-7815
Cell:  503-349-8432
http://www.wescottdesign.com




Re: Numbered equation shortcut broken?

2010-03-26 Thread Paul Rubin
Tim Wescott  writes:

> 
> I type ctrl-shift-M and I get an unnumbered, separate equation.  I type 
> ctrl-M and I get an in-line equation.
> 
> But when I type ctrl-alt-M I get absolutely nothing at all.
> 
> Selecting Insert->Math->Numbered equations works, but it's tedious.
> 
> Lyx 1.6.4 on Ubuntu 9.10.
> 
> Clues for the clueless?
> 


ctrl-alt-M <> ctrl-alt-N (unless M=N, of course).

/Paul