Re: Changing the lyxlist (labeling environment) formatting

2012-02-10 Thread Jason Heeris
On 7 February 2012 22:11, Richard Heck rgh...@comcast.net wrote: You just need to redefine the lyxlist environment, however you wish. You can see how LyX defines it from the exported source, or just by looking at stdlyxlist.inc, which says: \newenvironment{lyxlist}[1]

Re: Changing the lyxlist (labeling environment) formatting

2012-02-10 Thread Jason Heeris
On 7 February 2012 22:11, Richard Heck rgh...@comcast.net wrote: You just need to redefine the lyxlist environment, however you wish. You can see how LyX defines it from the exported source, or just by looking at stdlyxlist.inc, which says: \newenvironment{lyxlist}[1]

Re: Changing the lyxlist (labeling environment) formatting

2012-02-10 Thread Jason Heeris
On 7 February 2012 22:11, Richard Heck wrote: > > You just need to redefine the lyxlist environment, however you wish. You > can see how LyX defines it from the exported source, or just by looking at > stdlyxlist.inc, which says: > >\newenvironment{lyxlist}[1]

Changing the lyxlist (labeling environment) formatting

2012-02-06 Thread Jason Heeris
I am using LyX 2.0.0 under Ubuntu 11.10. I'd like to globally change the format of the header in the labeling environments (aka. lyxlist in the exported TeX source), bsaically bolding the text and increasing the allocated indent. I realise I can do this on a line-by-line basis, but this seems to

Changing the lyxlist (labeling environment) formatting

2012-02-06 Thread Jason Heeris
I am using LyX 2.0.0 under Ubuntu 11.10. I'd like to globally change the format of the header in the labeling environments (aka. lyxlist in the exported TeX source), bsaically bolding the text and increasing the allocated indent. I realise I can do this on a line-by-line basis, but this seems to

Changing the lyxlist (labeling environment) formatting

2012-02-06 Thread Jason Heeris
I am using LyX 2.0.0 under Ubuntu 11.10. I'd like to globally change the format of the header in the labeling environments (aka. lyxlist in the exported TeX source), bsaically bolding the text and increasing the allocated indent. I realise I can do this on a line-by-line basis, but this seems to