Re: Spell checker

2010-03-18 Thread Justin Wood
I've actually found MacPorts far more reliable than Fink. I think I read Fink is not being maintained properly anymore? Porticus is also a nice GUI package manager for MacPorts too. On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 16:42, Murat Yildizoglu < murat.yildizo...@univ-cezanne.fr>

LyX user configuration files (and natbib)

2010-03-18 Thread Justin Wood
Am I right in concluding that LyX will not read a natbib.cfg file placed in the user configuration directory? Is there any other single location where it could be stored, or must it always be located with the source .lyx file? ~:Justin Wood:~ <http://www.murdoch.edu.au/>

Re: making \citep the default natbib citation style?

2010-03-16 Thread Justin Wood
I've done some more reading of natbib itself (the included pdf) -- it's pretty clear that if natbib is set to *author-year* style, then the standard \cite command behaves as \citet; if set to *numerical *style, \cite behaves as \citep. You can see this in LyX when using natbib under Document -

Re: making \citep the default natbib citation style?

2010-03-16 Thread Justin Wood
I've done some more reading of natbib itself (the included pdf) -- it's pretty clear that if natbib is set to *author-year* style, then the standard \cite command behaves as \citet; if set to *numerical *style, \cite behaves as \citep. You can see this in LyX when using natbib under Document -

Re: making \citep the default natbib citation style?

2010-03-16 Thread Justin Wood
I've done some more reading of natbib itself (the included pdf) -- it's pretty clear that if natbib is set to *author-year* style, then the standard \cite command behaves as \citet; if set to *numerical *style, \cite behaves as \citep. You can see this in LyX when using natbib under Document ->

Re: making \citep the default natbib citation style?

2010-03-14 Thread Justin Wood
Julien Rioux julien.ri...@... writes: For me (LyX 1.6.5 WinXp) LyX remembers the last citation format used and selects this one. Yes you're quite right, it does for me too (on OS X and Win7). But sometimes it doesn't behave consistently in my main document; maybe there's something in there

Re: making \citep the default natbib citation style?

2010-03-14 Thread Justin Wood
Julien Rioux julien.ri...@... writes: For me (LyX 1.6.5 WinXp) LyX remembers the last citation format used and selects this one. Yes you're quite right, it does for me too (on OS X and Win7). But sometimes it doesn't behave consistently in my main document; maybe there's something in there

Re: making \citep the default natbib citation style?

2010-03-14 Thread Justin Wood
Julien Rioux writes: > > For me (LyX 1.6.5 WinXp) LyX remembers the last citation format > used and selects this one. Yes you're quite right, it does for me too (on OS X and Win7). But sometimes it doesn't behave consistently in my main document; maybe there's something in

making \citep the default natbib citation style?

2010-03-11 Thread Justin Wood
Hi all. The usual apologies for asking a dumb and/or tired question, but I have hunted through the list archive and online in general to no avail. [System: LyX 1.6.5 on Mac OS X 10.6.2] I'm using natbib citation style, set to *author-year*, with a 3rd party style file for Chicago

making \citep the default natbib citation style?

2010-03-11 Thread Justin Wood
Hi all. The usual apologies for asking a dumb and/or tired question, but I have hunted through the list archive and online in general to no avail. [System: LyX 1.6.5 on Mac OS X 10.6.2] I'm using natbib citation style, set to *author-year*, with a 3rd party style file for Chicago

making \citep the default natbib citation style?

2010-03-11 Thread Justin Wood
Hi all. The usual apologies for asking a dumb and/or tired question, but I have hunted through the list archive and online in general to no avail. [System: LyX 1.6.5 on Mac OS X 10.6.2] I'm using natbib citation style, set to *author-year*, with a 3rd party style file for Chicago

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