keeping PDF output files

2010-06-03 Thread Ivan Werning
I would like to control the management of output and auxiliary files. I would like to have LyX keep the output PDF automatically in the current working directory, and not delete it automatically. Now it creates it in a temporary directory and deletes it upon closing. Is there a way to do

Re: keeping PDF output files

2010-06-03 Thread Ivan Werning
On Jun 3, 2010, at 1:38 PM, BH wrote: On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 1:11 PM, Ivan Werning iwern...@economics.mit.edu wrote: On Jun 3, 2010, at 11:12 AM, BH wrote: Did you miss this one? -- Preferences File Handling Converters Converter File Cache (enable the check box) BH Thanks

keeping PDF output files

2010-06-03 Thread Ivan Werning
I would like to control the management of output and auxiliary files. I would like to have LyX keep the output PDF automatically in the current working directory, and not delete it automatically. Now it creates it in a temporary directory and deletes it upon closing. Is there a way to do

Re: keeping PDF output files

2010-06-03 Thread Ivan Werning
On Jun 3, 2010, at 1:38 PM, BH wrote: On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 1:11 PM, Ivan Werning iwern...@economics.mit.edu wrote: On Jun 3, 2010, at 11:12 AM, BH wrote: Did you miss this one? -- Preferences File Handling Converters Converter File Cache (enable the check box) BH Thanks

keeping PDF output files

2010-06-03 Thread Ivan Werning
I would like to control the management of output and auxiliary files. I would like to have LyX keep the output PDF automatically in the current working directory, and not delete it automatically. Now it creates it in a temporary directory and deletes it upon closing. Is there a way to do

Re: keeping PDF output files

2010-06-03 Thread Ivan Werning
On Jun 3, 2010, at 1:38 PM, BH wrote: > On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 1:11 PM, Ivan Werning <iwern...@economics.mit.edu> > wrote: >> On Jun 3, 2010, at 11:12 AM, BH wrote: >> >>> Did you miss this one? -- >>> >>> Preferences > File Handling >

problems in mac's LyX 1.6.5

2010-02-11 Thread Ivan Werning
I have noticed the following problems with my Mac's LyX 1.6.5: - I cannot select text pressing SHIFT and the cursor - I can no longer create a new row in a formula by pressing CMD enter I recently upgraded to 1.6.5, I don't know if this problem occurred a result of this installation. I never

Re: problems in mac's LyX 1.6.5

2010-02-11 Thread Ivan Werning
On Feb 11, 2010, at 9:09 AM, BH wrote: On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 9:04 AM, Ivan Werning iwern...@economics.mit.edu wrote: I have noticed the following problems with my Mac's LyX 1.6.5: - I cannot select text pressing SHIFT and the cursor - I can no longer create a new row in a formula

Re: problems in mac's LyX 1.6.5

2010-02-11 Thread Ivan Werning
On Feb 11, 2010, at 9:47 AM, Ivan Werning wrote: On Feb 11, 2010, at 9:09 AM, BH wrote: On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 9:04 AM, Ivan Werning iwern...@economics.mit.edu wrote: I have noticed the following problems with my Mac's LyX 1.6.5: - I cannot select text pressing SHIFT and the cursor

problems in mac's LyX 1.6.5

2010-02-11 Thread Ivan Werning
I have noticed the following problems with my Mac's LyX 1.6.5: - I cannot select text pressing SHIFT and the cursor - I can no longer create a new row in a formula by pressing CMD enter I recently upgraded to 1.6.5, I don't know if this problem occurred a result of this installation. I never

Re: problems in mac's LyX 1.6.5

2010-02-11 Thread Ivan Werning
On Feb 11, 2010, at 9:09 AM, BH wrote: On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 9:04 AM, Ivan Werning iwern...@economics.mit.edu wrote: I have noticed the following problems with my Mac's LyX 1.6.5: - I cannot select text pressing SHIFT and the cursor - I can no longer create a new row in a formula

Re: problems in mac's LyX 1.6.5

2010-02-11 Thread Ivan Werning
On Feb 11, 2010, at 9:47 AM, Ivan Werning wrote: On Feb 11, 2010, at 9:09 AM, BH wrote: On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 9:04 AM, Ivan Werning iwern...@economics.mit.edu wrote: I have noticed the following problems with my Mac's LyX 1.6.5: - I cannot select text pressing SHIFT and the cursor

problems in mac's LyX 1.6.5

2010-02-11 Thread Ivan Werning
I have noticed the following problems with my Mac's LyX 1.6.5: - I cannot select text pressing SHIFT and the cursor - I can no longer create a new row in a formula by pressing CMD enter I recently upgraded to 1.6.5, I don't know if this problem occurred a result of this installation. I never

Re: problems in mac's LyX 1.6.5

2010-02-11 Thread Ivan Werning
On Feb 11, 2010, at 9:09 AM, BH wrote: > On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 9:04 AM, Ivan Werning > <iwern...@economics.mit.edu> wrote: >> I have noticed the following problems with my Mac's LyX 1.6.5: >> >> - I cannot select text pressing SHIFT and the cursor >>

Re: problems in mac's LyX 1.6.5

2010-02-11 Thread Ivan Werning
On Feb 11, 2010, at 9:47 AM, Ivan Werning wrote: > > On Feb 11, 2010, at 9:09 AM, BH wrote: > >> On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 9:04 AM, Ivan Werning >> <iwern...@economics.mit.edu> wrote: >>> I have noticed the following problems with my Mac's LyX 1.6.5: >

spaces and format

2009-02-01 Thread Ivan Werning
If I introduce a medium skip vertical space in the neighborhood of underlined or bold text, the command is ignored. Turns out that if the space tag is not unformatted it is ignored. Selecting the tag and undoing underline or bold (attributes shown only in status bar, not visible in edit

spaces and format

2009-02-01 Thread Ivan Werning
If I introduce a medium skip vertical space in the neighborhood of underlined or bold text, the command is ignored. Turns out that if the space tag is not unformatted it is ignored. Selecting the tag and undoing underline or bold (attributes shown only in status bar, not visible in edit

spaces and format

2009-02-01 Thread Ivan Werning
If I introduce a medium skip vertical space in the neighborhood of underlined or bold text, the command is ignored. Turns out that if the space tag is not unformatted it is ignored. Selecting the tag and undoing underline or bold (attributes shown only in status bar, not visible in edit

custom equation numbering

2008-12-14 Thread Ivan Werning
How do I change an equation number that was chosen automatically from forcing a particular number or symbol? That is, I want the analog of \tag in Latex For example, I have an equation that is numbered (5) which is chosen by default because it comes after (4). That's the correct normal

Re: custom equation numbering

2008-12-14 Thread Ivan Werning
-46 Avenue Camrose, Alberta T4V 2R3 Phone (780) 679-1588 email nhepb...@augustana.ca On 14-Dec-08, at 9:24 AM, Paul A. Rubin wrote: Ivan Werning wrote: How do I change an equation number that was chosen automatically from forcing a particular number or symbol? That is, I want the analog

custom equation numbering

2008-12-14 Thread Ivan Werning
How do I change an equation number that was chosen automatically from forcing a particular number or symbol? That is, I want the analog of \tag in Latex For example, I have an equation that is numbered (5) which is chosen by default because it comes after (4). That's the correct normal

Re: custom equation numbering

2008-12-14 Thread Ivan Werning
-46 Avenue Camrose, Alberta T4V 2R3 Phone (780) 679-1588 email nhepb...@augustana.ca On 14-Dec-08, at 9:24 AM, Paul A. Rubin wrote: Ivan Werning wrote: How do I change an equation number that was chosen automatically from forcing a particular number or symbol? That is, I want the analog

custom equation numbering

2008-12-14 Thread Ivan Werning
How do I change an equation number that was chosen automatically from forcing a particular number or symbol? That is, I want the analog of \tag in Latex For example, I have an equation that is numbered "(5)" which is chosen by default because it comes after "(4)". That's the correct normal

Re: custom equation numbering

2008-12-14 Thread Ivan Werning
-46 Avenue Camrose, Alberta T4V 2R3 Phone (780) 679-1588 email nhepb...@augustana.ca On 14-Dec-08, at 9:24 AM, Paul A. Rubin wrote: Ivan Werning wrote: How do I change an equation number that was chosen automatically from forcing a particular number or symbol? That is, I want the analog

Re: Fast typing - LyX follows slowly only [solved - not yet]

2008-12-05 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 30, 2008, at 1:25 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have found another behaviour that might be relevant for experts to solve this: * Large window size of lyx (e.g., full screen or maximized) - LyX is slow * Make the window minimal (only show a few lines and columns) - LyX is fast I

Re: Fast typing - LyX follows slowly only [solved - not yet]

2008-12-05 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 30, 2008, at 1:25 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have found another behaviour that might be relevant for experts to solve this: * Large window size of lyx (e.g., full screen or maximized) - LyX is slow * Make the window minimal (only show a few lines and columns) - LyX is fast I

Re: Fast typing - LyX follows slowly only [solved - not yet]

2008-12-05 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 30, 2008, at 1:25 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have found another behaviour that might be relevant for experts to solve this: * Large window size of lyx (e.g., full screen or maximized) -> LyX is slow * Make the window minimal (only show a few lines and columns) -> LyX is fast

Re: autocomplete question

2008-11-30 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 30, 2008, at 5:50 AM, Paul Smith wrote: On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 10:23 AM, Paul Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I really value having the autocompletion feature in LyX. I hope it can get an improved memory! Perhaps, prediction algorithms from Artificial Intelligence could help with

Re: autocomplete question

2008-11-30 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 30, 2008, at 5:50 AM, Paul Smith wrote: On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 10:23 AM, Paul Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I really value having the autocompletion feature in LyX. I hope it can get an improved memory! Perhaps, prediction algorithms from Artificial Intelligence could help with

Re: autocomplete question

2008-11-30 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 30, 2008, at 5:50 AM, Paul Smith wrote: On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 10:23 AM, Paul Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: I really value having the autocompletion feature in LyX. I hope it can get an improved memory! Perhaps, prediction algorithms from Artificial Intelligence could help

Re: autocomplete question

2008-11-29 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 29, 2008, at 4:28 PM, Stefan Schimanski wrote: Hi! In fact there is some logic in the autocompletion to remember the last choice. I fear it is not working correctly and should be fixed (and extended). It is not that obvious what exactly should be remembered. Probably it would be

Re: autocomplete question

2008-11-29 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 29, 2008, at 4:28 PM, Stefan Schimanski wrote: Hi! In fact there is some logic in the autocompletion to remember the last choice. I fear it is not working correctly and should be fixed (and extended). It is not that obvious what exactly should be remembered. Probably it would be

Re: autocomplete question

2008-11-29 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 29, 2008, at 4:28 PM, Stefan Schimanski wrote: Hi! In fact there is some logic in the autocompletion to remember the last choice. I fear it is not working correctly and should be fixed (and extended). It is not that obvious what exactly should be remembered. Probably it would be

Toggle Toolbars off?

2008-11-28 Thread Ivan Werning
When I type a math the math toolbar and math-panel toolbar automatically toggles at the bottom of the screen. (Mac OS X 10.5.5 with Lyx 1.6) This is a nice idea, but sometimes has some problems. For example, if I was typing at the bottom of the screen, then I may get the stuff I'm

Toggle Toolbars off?

2008-11-28 Thread Ivan Werning
When I type a math the math toolbar and math-panel toolbar automatically toggles at the bottom of the screen. (Mac OS X 10.5.5 with Lyx 1.6) This is a nice idea, but sometimes has some problems. For example, if I was typing at the bottom of the screen, then I may get the stuff I'm

Toggle Toolbars off?

2008-11-28 Thread Ivan Werning
When I type a math the math toolbar and math-panel toolbar automatically toggles at the bottom of the screen. (Mac OS X 10.5.5 with Lyx 1.6) This is a nice idea, but sometimes has some problems. For example, if I was typing at the bottom of the screen, then I may get the stuff I'm

autocomplete question

2008-11-27 Thread Ivan Werning
I love having an autocomplete in LyX 1.6. However, it doesn't seem to remember at all what the completions I want are. It seems to change what the first suggestion is too in ways that I cannot understand. Both things makes it hard to use. (your mind expects it to autocomplete to the

Re: autocomplete question

2008-11-27 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 27, 2008, at 7:34 PM, rgheck wrote: Steve Litt wrote: On Thursday 27 November 2008 11:26:45 am Ivan Werning wrote: I love having an autocomplete in LyX 1.6. Oh PLEASE tell me there's a way to turn off autocompletion. Yes, as others have said. But I leave it on for math, where

autocomplete question

2008-11-27 Thread Ivan Werning
I love having an autocomplete in LyX 1.6. However, it doesn't seem to remember at all what the completions I want are. It seems to change what the first suggestion is too in ways that I cannot understand. Both things makes it hard to use. (your mind expects it to autocomplete to the

Re: autocomplete question

2008-11-27 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 27, 2008, at 7:34 PM, rgheck wrote: Steve Litt wrote: On Thursday 27 November 2008 11:26:45 am Ivan Werning wrote: I love having an autocomplete in LyX 1.6. Oh PLEASE tell me there's a way to turn off autocompletion. Yes, as others have said. But I leave it on for math, where

autocomplete question

2008-11-27 Thread Ivan Werning
I love having an autocomplete in LyX 1.6. However, it doesn't seem to remember at all what the completions I want are. It seems to change what the first suggestion is too in ways that I cannot understand. Both things makes it hard to use. (your mind expects it to autocomplete to the

Re: autocomplete question

2008-11-27 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 27, 2008, at 7:34 PM, rgheck wrote: Steve Litt wrote: On Thursday 27 November 2008 11:26:45 am Ivan Werning wrote: I love having an autocomplete in LyX 1.6. Oh PLEASE tell me there's a way to turn off autocompletion. Yes, as others have said. But I leave it on for math, where

TOC in fullscreen

2008-11-17 Thread Ivan Werning
When entering full screen mode I sometimes get the table of contents panel on the right. It is sporadic. Anyone experience this?

TOC in fullscreen

2008-11-17 Thread Ivan Werning
When entering full screen mode I sometimes get the table of contents panel on the right. It is sporadic. Anyone experience this?

TOC in fullscreen

2008-11-17 Thread Ivan Werning
When entering full screen mode I sometimes get the table of contents panel on the right. It is sporadic. Anyone experience this?

Re: fullscreen stuck

2008-11-14 Thread Ivan Werning
um 20:56 schrieb Ivan Werning: Using LyX 1.6 for Mac OS X 10.5.5 The following gets me stuck in Fullscreen: -Open any file, or a start a new file. (or you can do this without a file too I think) -Go to fullscreen. -go to edit PreferencesEditing -change Hide Toolbars, Hides Scrollbars, Hide

Re: fullscreen stuck

2008-11-14 Thread Ivan Werning
um 20:56 schrieb Ivan Werning: Using LyX 1.6 for Mac OS X 10.5.5 The following gets me stuck in Fullscreen: -Open any file, or a start a new file. (or you can do this without a file too I think) -Go to fullscreen. -go to edit PreferencesEditing -change Hide Toolbars, Hides Scrollbars, Hide

Re: fullscreen stuck

2008-11-14 Thread Ivan Werning
um 20:56 schrieb Ivan Werning: Using LyX 1.6 for Mac OS X 10.5.5 The following gets me stuck in Fullscreen: -Open any file, or a start a new file. (or you can do this without a file too I think) -Go to fullscreen. -go to edit Preferences>Editing -change Hide Toolbars, Hides Scrollbars, H

Re: mac.bind/LyX-1.6

2008-11-13 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 13, 2008, at 5:50 AM, Konrad Hofbauer wrote: Ivan Werning wrote: I then extracted the changes I had made to my mac.bind file and inserted them back into the new bind file This is bad practice and making your life harder than necessary. Because you won't inherit any changes made

fullscreen stuck

2008-11-13 Thread Ivan Werning
Using LyX 1.6 for Mac OS X 10.5.5 The following gets me stuck in Fullscreen: -Open any file, or a start a new file. (or you can do this without a file too I think) -Go to fullscreen. -go to edit PreferencesEditing -change Hide Toolbars, Hides Scrollbars, Hide Tabbar from checked to

Re: mac.bind/LyX-1.6

2008-11-13 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 13, 2008, at 5:50 AM, Konrad Hofbauer wrote: Ivan Werning wrote: I then extracted the changes I had made to my mac.bind file and inserted them back into the new bind file This is bad practice and making your life harder than necessary. Because you won't inherit any changes made

fullscreen stuck

2008-11-13 Thread Ivan Werning
Using LyX 1.6 for Mac OS X 10.5.5 The following gets me stuck in Fullscreen: -Open any file, or a start a new file. (or you can do this without a file too I think) -Go to fullscreen. -go to edit PreferencesEditing -change Hide Toolbars, Hides Scrollbars, Hide Tabbar from checked to

Re: mac.bind/LyX-1.6

2008-11-13 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 13, 2008, at 5:50 AM, Konrad Hofbauer wrote: Ivan Werning wrote: I then extracted the changes I had made to my mac.bind file and inserted them back into the new bind file This is bad practice and making your life harder than necessary. Because you won't inherit any changes made

fullscreen stuck

2008-11-13 Thread Ivan Werning
Using LyX 1.6 for Mac OS X 10.5.5 The following gets me stuck in Fullscreen: -Open any file, or a start a new file. (or you can do this without a file too I think) -Go to fullscreen. -go to edit Preferences>Editing -change Hide Toolbars, Hides Scrollbars, Hide Tabbar from checked to

three problems

2008-11-12 Thread Ivan Werning
Congratulations and applause to the developers! I love the new LyX 1.6. I thought 1.5.6 was already awesome and I am still playing with the many many improvements of 1.6. I'm using the mac version with OS X 10.5.5. Three small problems I've had: 1. Exiting from Full Screen; when I get out

Re: three problems

2008-11-12 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 12, 2008, at 2:59 PM, Bennett Helm wrote: I can confirm this. Please enter it into bugzilla: http://bugzilla.lyx.org/ . Thanks for reporting these. Bennett Thanks. Done. Perhaps someone can confirm it there and add any comments. I filed bugs at...

Re: mac.bind/LyX-1.6

2008-11-12 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 12, 2008, at 7:35 PM, Bennett Helm wrote: My guess is that you have a mac.bind file in your user's directory somewhere. The mac.bind file distributed with 1.6 (in LyX.app/Contents/Resources/bind) is correct. Note, by the way, that LyX Preferences Editing Shortcuts allows you to

three problems

2008-11-12 Thread Ivan Werning
Congratulations and applause to the developers! I love the new LyX 1.6. I thought 1.5.6 was already awesome and I am still playing with the many many improvements of 1.6. I'm using the mac version with OS X 10.5.5. Three small problems I've had: 1. Exiting from Full Screen; when I get out

Re: three problems

2008-11-12 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 12, 2008, at 2:59 PM, Bennett Helm wrote: I can confirm this. Please enter it into bugzilla: http://bugzilla.lyx.org/ . Thanks for reporting these. Bennett Thanks. Done. Perhaps someone can confirm it there and add any comments. I filed bugs at...

Re: mac.bind/LyX-1.6

2008-11-12 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 12, 2008, at 7:35 PM, Bennett Helm wrote: My guess is that you have a mac.bind file in your user's directory somewhere. The mac.bind file distributed with 1.6 (in LyX.app/Contents/Resources/bind) is correct. Note, by the way, that LyX Preferences Editing Shortcuts allows you to

three problems

2008-11-12 Thread Ivan Werning
Congratulations and applause to the developers! I love the new LyX 1.6. I thought 1.5.6 was already awesome and I am still playing with the many many improvements of 1.6. I'm using the mac version with OS X 10.5.5. Three small problems I've had: 1. Exiting from Full Screen; when I get out

Re: three problems

2008-11-12 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 12, 2008, at 2:59 PM, Bennett Helm wrote: I can confirm this. Please enter it into bugzilla: http://bugzilla.lyx.org/ . Thanks for reporting these. Bennett Thanks. Done. Perhaps someone can confirm it there and add any comments. I filed bugs at...

Re: mac.bind/LyX-1.6

2008-11-12 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 12, 2008, at 7:35 PM, Bennett Helm wrote: My guess is that you have a mac.bind file in your user's directory somewhere. The mac.bind file distributed with 1.6 (in LyX.app/Contents/Resources/bind) is correct. Note, by the way, that LyX > Preferences > Editing > Shortcuts allows you to

graphic files

2008-11-05 Thread Ivan Werning
I inserted a bunch of figures into a lyx document, using graphic files (png) that were temporarily located on my desktop (after performing many snapshots). I did this for like 10 files. I inserted these figures using Insertgraphicbrowse ... etc. Now, I would like to delete those graphic

Re: graphic files

2008-11-05 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 5, 2008, at 11:44 AM, Konrad Hofbauer wrote: Ivan Werning wrote: I did this for like 10 files. ... I really hope I don't have to do this manually, ... That would be a major pain! Are you kidding? For 10 files, doing it manually would have been faster than writing the email

Re: graphic files

2008-11-05 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 5, 2008, at 12:56 PM, Erez Yerushalmi wrote: Hi, This discussion has been very interesting for me to follow, because I too have the same questions. Konrads' second comment, was very practical and useful. A trick to to remember. My system has been the following: Anytime I write a

Re: graphic files

2008-11-05 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 5, 2008, at 1:48 PM, Robert Orr wrote: I would just move them myself to the directory where you have your .lyx source file. Then, open the .lyx file in a text editor, and then use find and replace to adjust the filename to the new location. I totally agree that that works, but

Re: graphic files

2008-11-05 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 5, 2008, at 3:04 PM, Pavel Sanda wrote: Basically, yeah. This was a feature bandied about perhaps two years ago more exactly this feature was some time part of lyx 1.6 and called 'embedding feature' or 'bundled format', unfortunately the discussions about its design and

graphic files

2008-11-05 Thread Ivan Werning
I inserted a bunch of figures into a lyx document, using graphic files (png) that were temporarily located on my desktop (after performing many snapshots). I did this for like 10 files. I inserted these figures using Insertgraphicbrowse ... etc. Now, I would like to delete those graphic

Re: graphic files

2008-11-05 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 5, 2008, at 11:44 AM, Konrad Hofbauer wrote: Ivan Werning wrote: I did this for like 10 files. ... I really hope I don't have to do this manually, ... That would be a major pain! Are you kidding? For 10 files, doing it manually would have been faster than writing the email

Re: graphic files

2008-11-05 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 5, 2008, at 12:56 PM, Erez Yerushalmi wrote: Hi, This discussion has been very interesting for me to follow, because I too have the same questions. Konrads' second comment, was very practical and useful. A trick to to remember. My system has been the following: Anytime I write a

Re: graphic files

2008-11-05 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 5, 2008, at 1:48 PM, Robert Orr wrote: I would just move them myself to the directory where you have your .lyx source file. Then, open the .lyx file in a text editor, and then use find and replace to adjust the filename to the new location. I totally agree that that works, but

Re: graphic files

2008-11-05 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 5, 2008, at 3:04 PM, Pavel Sanda wrote: Basically, yeah. This was a feature bandied about perhaps two years ago more exactly this feature was some time part of lyx 1.6 and called 'embedding feature' or 'bundled format', unfortunately the discussions about its design and

graphic files

2008-11-05 Thread Ivan Werning
I inserted a bunch of figures into a lyx document, using graphic files (png) that were temporarily located on my desktop (after performing many snapshots). I did this for like 10 files. I inserted these figures using Insert>graphic>browse ... etc. Now, I would like to delete those

Re: graphic files

2008-11-05 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 5, 2008, at 11:44 AM, Konrad Hofbauer wrote: Ivan Werning wrote: I did this for like 10 files. ... I really hope I don't have to do this manually, ... That would be a major pain! Are you kidding? For 10 files, doing it manually would have been faster than writing the email

Re: graphic files

2008-11-05 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 5, 2008, at 12:56 PM, Erez Yerushalmi wrote: Hi, This discussion has been very interesting for me to follow, because I too have the same questions. Konrads' second comment, was very practical and useful. A trick to to remember. My system has been the following: Anytime I write a

Re: graphic files

2008-11-05 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 5, 2008, at 1:48 PM, Robert Orr wrote: I would just move them myself to the directory where you have your .lyx source file. Then, open the .lyx file in a text editor, and then use find and replace to adjust the filename to the new location. I totally agree that that works, but

Re: graphic files

2008-11-05 Thread Ivan Werning
On Nov 5, 2008, at 3:04 PM, Pavel Sanda wrote: Basically, yeah. This was a feature bandied about perhaps two years ago more exactly this feature was some time part of lyx 1.6 and called 'embedding feature' or 'bundled format', unfortunately the discussions about its design and

default AMS align

2008-10-28 Thread Ivan Werning
I use LyX 1.5.6 on OS X 10.5.4. When I create a displayed equation and want to have another aligned one beneath, my understanding is that I should hit CMD-Enter. I would like to get an AMS align environment, instead of the outdated Latex eqnarray. Is there a way to do this? Is my only

Re: default AMS align

2008-10-28 Thread Ivan Werning
? -Ivan On Oct 28, 2008, at 9:50 AM, rgheck wrote: Ivan Werning wrote: I use LyX 1.5.6 on OS X 10.5.4. When I create a displayed equation and want to have another aligned one beneath, my understanding is that I should hit CMD-Enter. I would like to get an AMS align environment, instead

Re: default AMS align

2008-10-28 Thread Ivan Werning
On Oct 28, 2008, at 12:00 PM, rgheck wrote: You can do: Alt-M T A, to switch it. These shortcuts should be listed in the menu. rh Thanks, that works better than the mouse. But I'm still hoping for a way to re-wire the CMD-enter to give me an align. Or some other combination to do the

default AMS align

2008-10-28 Thread Ivan Werning
I use LyX 1.5.6 on OS X 10.5.4. When I create a displayed equation and want to have another aligned one beneath, my understanding is that I should hit CMD-Enter. I would like to get an AMS align environment, instead of the outdated Latex eqnarray. Is there a way to do this? Is my only

Re: default AMS align

2008-10-28 Thread Ivan Werning
? -Ivan On Oct 28, 2008, at 9:50 AM, rgheck wrote: Ivan Werning wrote: I use LyX 1.5.6 on OS X 10.5.4. When I create a displayed equation and want to have another aligned one beneath, my understanding is that I should hit CMD-Enter. I would like to get an AMS align environment, instead

Re: default AMS align

2008-10-28 Thread Ivan Werning
On Oct 28, 2008, at 12:00 PM, rgheck wrote: You can do: Alt-M T A, to switch it. These shortcuts should be listed in the menu. rh Thanks, that works better than the mouse. But I'm still hoping for a way to re-wire the CMD-enter to give me an align. Or some other combination to do the

default AMS align

2008-10-28 Thread Ivan Werning
I use LyX 1.5.6 on OS X 10.5.4. When I create a displayed equation and want to have another aligned one beneath, my understanding is that I should hit CMD-Enter. I would like to get an AMS "align" environment, instead of the outdated Latex "eqnarray". Is there a way to do this? Is my

Re: default AMS align

2008-10-28 Thread Ivan Werning
uggestion? -Ivan On Oct 28, 2008, at 9:50 AM, rgheck wrote: Ivan Werning wrote: I use LyX 1.5.6 on OS X 10.5.4. When I create a displayed equation and want to have another aligned one beneath, my understanding is that I should hit CMD-Enter. I would like to get an AMS "align" e

Re: default AMS align

2008-10-28 Thread Ivan Werning
On Oct 28, 2008, at 12:00 PM, rgheck wrote: You can do: Alt-M T A, to switch it. These shortcuts should be listed in the menu. rh Thanks, that works better than the mouse. But I'm still hoping for a way to re-wire the CMD-enter to give me an align. Or some other combination to do the

enumerate depth problem?

2008-08-13 Thread Ivan Werning
I'm using LyX 1.5.6 on Mac OS-X 10.5.4. I can't seem to get the following simple enumerated list using LyX: (see below for Latex that would do it) - Check out this list: 1. Check out this sublist: a. bla A b. bla B As this list above shows, bla bla bla. 2. Now here is

enumerate depth problem?

2008-08-13 Thread Ivan Werning
I'm using LyX 1.5.6 on Mac OS-X 10.5.4. I can't seem to get the following simple enumerated list using LyX: (see below for Latex that would do it) - Check out this list: 1. Check out this sublist: a. bla A b. bla B As this list above shows, bla bla bla. 2. Now here is

enumerate depth problem?

2008-08-13 Thread Ivan Werning
I'm using LyX 1.5.6 on Mac OS-X 10.5.4. I can't seem to get the following simple enumerated list using LyX: (see below for Latex that would do it) - Check out this list: 1. Check out this sublist: a. bla A b. bla B As this list above shows, bla bla bla. 2. Now here is

restore files and position

2008-08-06 Thread Ivan Werning
If I have 2 or more files open, say A.lyx and B.lyx ordered that way, and I close LyX while the edit window (tab) is active with file A.lyx then when I load LyX back up I get file B.lyx. It seems that LyX does not remember which was the latest active file, even though it remembers the

Re: restore files and position

2008-08-06 Thread Ivan Werning
On Aug 6, 2008, at 12:17 PM, rgheck wrote: Session handling is still a work in progress. Check bugzilla and see if this has been reported. If not, add it. rh OK, thanks, good idea. Done. http://bugzilla.lyx.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5131 -Ivan

restore files and position

2008-08-06 Thread Ivan Werning
If I have 2 or more files open, say A.lyx and B.lyx ordered that way, and I close LyX while the edit window (tab) is active with file A.lyx then when I load LyX back up I get file B.lyx. It seems that LyX does not remember which was the latest active file, even though it remembers the

Re: restore files and position

2008-08-06 Thread Ivan Werning
On Aug 6, 2008, at 12:17 PM, rgheck wrote: Session handling is still a work in progress. Check bugzilla and see if this has been reported. If not, add it. rh OK, thanks, good idea. Done. http://bugzilla.lyx.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5131 -Ivan

restore files and position

2008-08-06 Thread Ivan Werning
If I have 2 or more files open, say A.lyx and B.lyx ordered that way, and I close LyX while the edit window (tab) is active with file A.lyx then when I load LyX back up I get file B.lyx. It seems that LyX does not remember which was the latest active file, even though it remembers the

Re: restore files and position

2008-08-06 Thread Ivan Werning
On Aug 6, 2008, at 12:17 PM, rgheck wrote: Session handling is still a work in progress. Check bugzilla and see if this has been reported. If not, add it. rh OK, thanks, good idea. Done. http://bugzilla.lyx.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5131 -Ivan

Re: Matching fonts in figures (.EPS) with font in main text

2008-07-31 Thread Ivan Werning
On Jul 31, 2008, at 10:07 AM, James Sutherland wrote: On Jul 31, 2008, at 7:35 AM, Luke Lindsay wrote: I am using Lyx to write my thesis. I have a number of figures in EPS format which are produced by various programs (Stata, Maple, Open office draw). I would like the fonts in the

Re: Matching fonts in figures (.EPS) with font in main text

2008-07-31 Thread Ivan Werning
On Jul 31, 2008, at 10:07 AM, James Sutherland wrote: On Jul 31, 2008, at 7:35 AM, Luke Lindsay wrote: I am using Lyx to write my thesis. I have a number of figures in EPS format which are produced by various programs (Stata, Maple, Open office draw). I would like the fonts in the

Re: Matching fonts in figures (.EPS) with font in main text

2008-07-31 Thread Ivan Werning
On Jul 31, 2008, at 10:07 AM, James Sutherland wrote: On Jul 31, 2008, at 7:35 AM, Luke Lindsay wrote: I am using Lyx to write my thesis. I have a number of figures in EPS format which are produced by various programs (Stata, Maple, Open office draw). I would like the fonts in the

Re: pdfsync problems with Skim

2008-07-22 Thread Ivan Werning
On Jul 22, 2008, at 12:07 AM, Bennett Helm wrote: I can get it working if I specify in Skim's preferences the complete path to lyxeditor by selecting a custom preset for PDFSync support: /Applications/LyX.app/Contents/MacOS/lyxeditor If that works for you, then it looks like the problem is

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