Re: setting options for bibtex

2013-02-05 Thread Csikos Bela
Coen van Hasselt coenvanhass...@gmail.com írta:

I want to turn off printing of DOIs in my BibTex bibliography in Lyx.
When I try to add the option doi=false under Document settings -
Bibliography - Bibliography generation - Options
the bibliography is not generated anymore (i.e. question mark for
citation and empty bibliography). How can I set this option via Lyx ?

thanks,
coen


Hello:

I guess you cannot do this, that is control bibliography output style, in lyx.
How the bibliography looks is determined by the bibliograpy style file (.bst 
file). When you insert bibliography in lyx, you have to select the bibtex 
database file (.bib) file and the style file (.bst). The bst file controls how 
the citations and the bibliography are formatted. You can choose predefined bst 
files or you can create one according to your liking. Creating a bst file is 
not the easiest at first, it takes some time to learn it. I am aware of two 
tools for creating bst style files:

1. custom-bib package for tex/latex (http://www.ctan.org/pkg/custom-bib)

2. Java based bib-it program has a style file generator module.
http://bib-it.sourceforge.net/features.php

Maybe the second one is easier to use.
One can control which keys in what order should be in a bibliography item (and 
citations as well) and how they are formatted.

Regards,

bcsikos



Re: Figure numbers change tracking

2013-02-05 Thread EK

  
  
Here is a SmallWorkingExample, which illustrates both issues.
Here the reference to the figure appears as Figure  (no number).

Ehud Kaplan


On 02/05/2013 02:33 AM, Scott Kostyshak
  wrote:


  On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 2:26 AM, EK ehud.kap...@gmail.com wrote:

  
I have encountered two problems (using Lyx 2.0.5.1, (L)ubuntu 12.10 64 bit):

I wanted a frame around a floating figure.  So I inserted a wrap-float, and
placed a box in it, into which I pasted my graphics.  Now when I refer in
the text to the figure by its label, the figure number appears as Figure D,
not Figure 3 as it should.
I need to track changes and show the results in the pdf output.  When I make
ANY change to the figure and compile, I get a (to me nonsensical) error
message, and the compilation stops.  If I ACCEPT the changes I made to the
figure, the error message disappears.  Is this a feature?

  
  
Hi Ehud,

I don't know, but I think that MWEs (Minimum Working Examples) would
help for both 1 and 2.

Best,

Scott



  



MWE.lyx
Description: application/lyx


Re: setting options for bibtex

2013-02-05 Thread Paul A . Rubin
Are you using NatBib? I'm not sure, but I think doi=... is an option for NatBib,
whereas you're trying to insert it as an option for BibTeX. If you're using
NatBib, try adding doi=false to Document  Settings...  Document Class  Class
options  Custom. Options specified here are passed down the line to loaded
packages (which ignore the option if it's not one they know).

Paul



husort

2013-02-05 Thread Dr. Gyorgy Pota

Dear Users,

I use husort.pl, a perl program for making index according to the 
Hungarian alphabet. In Lyx I write this command to the place that opens 
with Output/Latex/Custom. When I  use the program with the makeindex 
parameters -c -q then it works but does not differentiate between the 
accented letters and their normal counterparts, that is members of the 
pairs a, á; e, é; u, ü etc. are the same. However, the program is 
allowed to run with the parameters --sort-hu -a as well, which, in 
principle give the full solution to the accented letter problem. In Lyx 
the program runs with these parameters but without making any index. 
Would you help me, please? Many thanks, Gyorgy Pota


Re: setting options for bibtex

2013-02-05 Thread Csikos Bela
Coen van Hasselt coenvanhass...@gmail.com írta:

I want to turn off printing of DOIs in my BibTex bibliography in Lyx.
When I try to add the option doi=false under Document settings -
Bibliography - Bibliography generation - Options
the bibliography is not generated anymore (i.e. question mark for
citation and empty bibliography). How can I set this option via Lyx ?

thanks,
coen


Hello:

I guess you cannot do this, that is control bibliography output style, in lyx.
How the bibliography looks is determined by the bibliograpy style file (.bst 
file). When you insert bibliography in lyx, you have to select the bibtex 
database file (.bib) file and the style file (.bst). The bst file controls how 
the citations and the bibliography are formatted. You can choose predefined bst 
files or you can create one according to your liking. Creating a bst file is 
not the easiest at first, it takes some time to learn it. I am aware of two 
tools for creating bst style files:

1. custom-bib package for tex/latex (http://www.ctan.org/pkg/custom-bib)

2. Java based bib-it program has a style file generator module.
http://bib-it.sourceforge.net/features.php

Maybe the second one is easier to use.
One can control which keys in what order should be in a bibliography item (and 
citations as well) and how they are formatted.

Regards,

bcsikos



Re: Figure numbers change tracking

2013-02-05 Thread EK

  
  
Here is a SmallWorkingExample, which illustrates both issues.
Here the reference to the figure appears as Figure  (no number).

Ehud Kaplan


On 02/05/2013 02:33 AM, Scott Kostyshak
  wrote:


  On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 2:26 AM, EK ehud.kap...@gmail.com wrote:

  
I have encountered two problems (using Lyx 2.0.5.1, (L)ubuntu 12.10 64 bit):

I wanted a frame around a floating figure.  So I inserted a wrap-float, and
placed a box in it, into which I pasted my graphics.  Now when I refer in
the text to the figure by its label, the figure number appears as Figure D,
not Figure 3 as it should.
I need to track changes and show the results in the pdf output.  When I make
ANY change to the figure and compile, I get a (to me nonsensical) error
message, and the compilation stops.  If I ACCEPT the changes I made to the
figure, the error message disappears.  Is this a feature?

  
  
Hi Ehud,

I don't know, but I think that MWEs (Minimum Working Examples) would
help for both 1 and 2.

Best,

Scott



  



MWE.lyx
Description: application/lyx


Re: setting options for bibtex

2013-02-05 Thread Paul A . Rubin
Are you using NatBib? I'm not sure, but I think doi=... is an option for NatBib,
whereas you're trying to insert it as an option for BibTeX. If you're using
NatBib, try adding doi=false to Document  Settings...  Document Class  Class
options  Custom. Options specified here are passed down the line to loaded
packages (which ignore the option if it's not one they know).

Paul



husort

2013-02-05 Thread Dr. Gyorgy Pota

Dear Users,

I use husort.pl, a perl program for making index according to the 
Hungarian alphabet. In Lyx I write this command to the place that opens 
with Output/Latex/Custom. When I  use the program with the makeindex 
parameters -c -q then it works but does not differentiate between the 
accented letters and their normal counterparts, that is members of the 
pairs a, á; e, é; u, ü etc. are the same. However, the program is 
allowed to run with the parameters --sort-hu -a as well, which, in 
principle give the full solution to the accented letter problem. In Lyx 
the program runs with these parameters but without making any index. 
Would you help me, please? Many thanks, Gyorgy Pota


Re: setting options for bibtex

2013-02-05 Thread Csikos Bela
Coen van Hasselt  írta:

>I want to turn off printing of DOIs in my BibTex bibliography in Lyx.
>When I try to add the option doi=false under Document settings ->
>Bibliography -> Bibliography generation -> Options
>the bibliography is not generated anymore (i.e. question mark for
>citation and empty bibliography). How can I set this option via Lyx ?
>
>thanks,
>coen
>

Hello:

I guess you cannot do this, that is control bibliography output style, in lyx.
How the bibliography looks is determined by the bibliograpy style file (.bst 
file). When you insert bibliography in lyx, you have to select the bibtex 
database file (.bib) file and the style file (.bst). The bst file controls how 
the citations and the bibliography are formatted. You can choose predefined bst 
files or you can create one according to your liking. Creating a bst file is 
not the easiest at first, it takes some time to learn it. I am aware of two 
tools for creating bst style files:

1. custom-bib package for tex/latex (http://www.ctan.org/pkg/custom-bib)

2. Java based bib-it program has a style file generator module.
http://bib-it.sourceforge.net/features.php

Maybe the second one is easier to use.
One can control which keys in what order should be in a bibliography item (and 
citations as well) and how they are formatted.

Regards,

bcsikos



Re: Figure numbers & change tracking

2013-02-05 Thread EK

  
  
Here is a SmallWorkingExample, which illustrates both issues.
Here the reference to the figure appears as Figure  (no number).

Ehud Kaplan


On 02/05/2013 02:33 AM, Scott Kostyshak
  wrote:


  On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 2:26 AM, EK  wrote:

  
I have encountered two problems (using Lyx 2.0.5.1, (L)ubuntu 12.10 64 bit):

I wanted a frame around a floating figure.  So I inserted a wrap-float, and
placed a box in it, into which I pasted my graphics.  Now when I refer in
the text to the figure by its label, the figure number appears as Figure D,
not Figure 3 as it should.
I need to track changes and show the results in the pdf output.  When I make
ANY change to the figure and compile, I get a (to me nonsensical) error
message, and the compilation stops.  If I ACCEPT the changes I made to the
figure, the error message disappears.  Is this a feature?

  
  
Hi Ehud,

I don't know, but I think that MWEs (Minimum Working Examples) would
help for both 1 and 2.

Best,

Scott



  



MWE.lyx
Description: application/lyx


Re: setting options for bibtex

2013-02-05 Thread Paul A . Rubin
Are you using NatBib? I'm not sure, but I think doi=... is an option for NatBib,
whereas you're trying to insert it as an option for BibTeX. If you're using
NatBib, try adding doi=false to Document > Settings... > Document Class > Class
options > Custom. Options specified here are passed down the line to loaded
packages (which ignore the option if it's not one they know).

Paul



husort

2013-02-05 Thread Dr. Gyorgy Pota

Dear Users,

I use husort.pl, a perl program for making index according to the 
Hungarian alphabet. In Lyx I write this command to the place that opens 
with Output/Latex/Custom. When I  use the program with the makeindex 
parameters -c -q then it works but does not differentiate between the 
accented letters and their normal counterparts, that is members of the 
pairs a, á; e, é; u, ü etc. are the same. However, the program is 
allowed to run with the parameters --sort-hu -a as well, which, in 
principle give the full solution to the accented letter problem. In Lyx 
the program runs with these parameters but without making any index. 
Would you help me, please? Many thanks, Gyorgy Pota