Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Justin Wood Justin.Wood at murdoch.edu.au writes: Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX? I think I answered my own question there. It seems to come down to that issue: no easy route from XeTeX to LaTeX for latex2rtf to work. Kinda obvious I guess! All this so I

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Dr Eberhard Lisse nospam at lisse.NA writes: Or write xtetex2rtf -O Does it really matter, when using LyX, which back end one uses? el I'm not sure I follow. Do you mean why use XeTeX? Largely for the font support, but also because I thought it was the superior engine these days.

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Justin Wood Justin.Wood at murdoch.edu.au writes: Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX? I think I answered my own question there. It seems to come down to that issue: no easy route from XeTeX to LaTeX for latex2rtf to work. Kinda obvious I guess! All this so I

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Dr Eberhard Lisse nospam at lisse.NA writes: Or write xtetex2rtf -O Does it really matter, when using LyX, which back end one uses? el I'm not sure I follow. Do you mean why use XeTeX? Largely for the font support, but also because I thought it was the superior engine these days.

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Justin Wood murdoch.edu.au> writes: > Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX? I think I answered my own question there. It seems to come down to that issue: no easy route from XeTeX to LaTeX for latex2rtf to work. Kinda obvious I guess! All this so I can g

Re: configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-07 Thread Justin Wood
Dr Eberhard Lisse lisse.NA> writes: > > Or write xtetex2rtf -O > > Does it really matter, when using LyX, which back end one uses? > > el > I'm not sure I follow. Do you mean why use XeTeX? Largely for the font support, but also because I thought it was the superior engine these days.

configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-06 Thread Justin Wood
in the list. I read in the latex2rtf manual that the tmp aux files need to exist, so I tried running View - PDF (XeTeX) but no joy. Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX? Thanks! ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *School of **Engineering** **Information Technology

configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-06 Thread Justin Wood
in the list. I read in the latex2rtf manual that the tmp aux files need to exist, so I tried running View - PDF (XeTeX) but no joy. Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX? Thanks! ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *School of **Engineering** **Information Technology

configuring latex2rtf with LyX 2

2013-02-06 Thread Justin Wood
many options in Preferences are 'enabled' but do not appear in the list. I read in the latex2rtf manual that the tmp aux files need to exist, so I tried running View -> PDF (XeTeX) but no joy. Could the problem be that I'm using XeTeX rather than default LaTeX? Thanks! ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD c

Re: LyX 2.0.5 on OS X: citations appear on screen as if invalid

2012-11-12 Thread Justin Wood
Actually I've now noticed that many cross references appear as 'BROKEN' when they are not. Rolled back to 2.0.4.

Re: LyX 2.0.5 on OS X: citations appear on screen as if invalid

2012-11-12 Thread Justin Wood
Actually I've now noticed that many cross references appear as 'BROKEN' when they are not. Rolled back to 2.0.4.

Re: LyX 2.0.5 on OS X: citations appear on screen as if invalid

2012-11-12 Thread Justin Wood
Actually I've now noticed that many cross references appear as 'BROKEN' when they are not. Rolled back to 2.0.4.

Re: cross-references sometimes spill past column boundary

2012-06-21 Thread Justin Wood
Guenter Milde milde at users.sf.net writes: It is standard TeX behaviour to let unbreakable words stick into the margin. The LaTeX log shows warnings for every such line (often just tiny incursions that can be ignored). Thanks Günter. I've looked through the log and can't find any warnings

Re: cross-references sometimes spill past column boundary

2012-06-21 Thread Justin Wood
Justin Wood upasaka at gmail.com writes: At the moment I'm using: \renewcommand{\figureautorefname}{Figure~\negthinspace} I've tried replacing '~' with a simple space, with '\,' and '\ ' but it still doesn't break between 'Figure' and the ref label. Shouldn't that be possible? Ahh

Re: cross-references sometimes spill past column boundary

2012-06-21 Thread Justin Wood
Guenter Milde milde at users.sf.net writes: It is standard TeX behaviour to let unbreakable words stick into the margin. The LaTeX log shows warnings for every such line (often just tiny incursions that can be ignored). Thanks Günter. I've looked through the log and can't find any warnings

Re: cross-references sometimes spill past column boundary

2012-06-21 Thread Justin Wood
Justin Wood upasaka at gmail.com writes: At the moment I'm using: \renewcommand{\figureautorefname}{Figure~\negthinspace} I've tried replacing '~' with a simple space, with '\,' and '\ ' but it still doesn't break between 'Figure' and the ref label. Shouldn't that be possible? Ahh

Re: cross-references sometimes spill past column boundary

2012-06-21 Thread Justin Wood
Guenter Milde users.sf.net> writes: > > It is standard TeX behaviour to let unbreakable words stick into the margin. > The LaTeX log shows warnings for every such line (often just tiny incursions > that can be ignored). Thanks Günter. I've looked through the log and can't find any warnings

Re: cross-references sometimes spill past column boundary

2012-06-21 Thread Justin Wood
Justin Wood gmail.com> writes: > At the moment I'm using: > \renewcommand{\figureautorefname}{Figure~\negthinspace} > > I've tried replacing '~' with a simple space, with '\,' and '\ ' but it still > doesn't break between 'Figure' and the ref label. Shouldn't that be possib

Re: making a Box: using floatrow package in place of default float

2012-03-04 Thread Justin Wood
Justin Wood upasaka at gmail.com writes: I'm still hoping to get floatrow integrated as a module though... To that end, do you know how the module parameter UsesFloatPkg = false should behave? Jürgen helped me figure out what I was doing wrong: needed to also specify IsPredefined = true (I

Re: making a Box: using floatrow package in place of default float

2012-03-04 Thread Justin Wood
Justin Wood upasaka at gmail.com writes: I'm still hoping to get floatrow integrated as a module though... To that end, do you know how the module parameter UsesFloatPkg = false should behave? Jürgen helped me figure out what I was doing wrong: needed to also specify IsPredefined = true (I

Re: making a Box: using floatrow package in place of default float

2012-03-04 Thread Justin Wood
Justin Wood gmail.com> writes: > I'm still hoping to get floatrow integrated as a module though... > > To that end, do you know how the module parameter UsesFloatPkg = false should > behave? Jürgen helped me figure out what I was doing wrong: needed to also specify IsPredefine

Re: making a Box: using floatrow package in place of default float

2012-03-03 Thread Justin Wood
Csikos Bela bcsikos425 at freemail.hu writes: Hello: Here are two example lyx files. See the difference between the location of the floats, which is reflected in the TOC. This requires caption and floatrow packages but not the module you mentioned. For details see the documentation of

Re: making a Box: using floatrow package in place of default float

2012-03-03 Thread Justin Wood
Csikos Bela bcsikos425 at freemail.hu writes: Hello: Here are two example lyx files. See the difference between the location of the floats, which is reflected in the TOC. This requires caption and floatrow packages but not the module you mentioned. For details see the documentation of

Re: making a Box: using floatrow package in place of default float

2012-03-03 Thread Justin Wood
Csikos Bela freemail.hu> writes: > > Hello: > > Here are two example lyx files. See the difference between the location of > the floats, which is reflected in the TOC. > > This requires caption and floatrow packages but not the module you mentioned. > For details see the documentation of

LyX 2.0.2: default viewers when using XeTeX

2012-02-16 Thread Justin Wood
Hi all. It seems that when changing Document: Settings: Font to use non-TeX fonts, LyX will then change the default viewer action to be DVI (LuaTeX). This doesn't work for me as I'm trying to use XeTeX. Is it possible to specify the default viewer in this context? Many thanks, as always.

Re: LyX 2.0.2: default viewers when using XeTeX

2012-02-16 Thread Justin Wood
://www.350.org On 16 February 2012 19:05, Richard Heck rgh...@comcast.net wrote: On 02/16/2012 10:59 AM, Justin Wood wrote: Hi all. It seems that when changing Document: Settings: Font to use non-TeX fonts, LyX will then change the default viewer action to be DVI (LuaTeX). This doesn't work

Re: LyX 2.0.2: default viewers when using XeTeX

2012-02-16 Thread Justin Wood
Jürgen Spitzmüller spitz at lyx.org writes: We do not have yet a global default format if non-TeX fonts is selected, see http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/7871   However, you can set the default format per document, in Document Settings. That is, after this bug is fixed (in next LyX release):

LyX 2.0.2: default viewers when using XeTeX

2012-02-16 Thread Justin Wood
Hi all. It seems that when changing Document: Settings: Font to use non-TeX fonts, LyX will then change the default viewer action to be DVI (LuaTeX). This doesn't work for me as I'm trying to use XeTeX. Is it possible to specify the default viewer in this context? Many thanks, as always.

Re: LyX 2.0.2: default viewers when using XeTeX

2012-02-16 Thread Justin Wood
://www.350.org On 16 February 2012 19:05, Richard Heck rgh...@comcast.net wrote: On 02/16/2012 10:59 AM, Justin Wood wrote: Hi all. It seems that when changing Document: Settings: Font to use non-TeX fonts, LyX will then change the default viewer action to be DVI (LuaTeX). This doesn't work

Re: LyX 2.0.2: default viewers when using XeTeX

2012-02-16 Thread Justin Wood
Jürgen Spitzmüller spitz at lyx.org writes: We do not have yet a global default format if non-TeX fonts is selected, see http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/7871   However, you can set the default format per document, in Document Settings. That is, after this bug is fixed (in next LyX release):

LyX 2.0.2: default viewers when using XeTeX

2012-02-16 Thread Justin Wood
Hi all. It seems that when changing Document: Settings: Font to use non-TeX fonts, LyX will then change the default viewer action to be DVI (LuaTeX). This doesn't work for me as I'm trying to use XeTeX. Is it possible to specify the default viewer in this context? Many thanks, as always.

Re: LyX 2.0.2: default viewers when using XeTeX

2012-02-16 Thread Justin Wood
350ppm<http://www.350.org> On 16 February 2012 19:05, Richard Heck <rgh...@comcast.net> wrote: > On 02/16/2012 10:59 AM, Justin Wood wrote: > > Hi all. It seems that when changing Document: Settings: Font to use > non-TeX fonts, LyX will then change the default vie

Re: LyX 2.0.2: default viewers when using XeTeX

2012-02-16 Thread Justin Wood
Jürgen Spitzmüller lyx.org> writes: > We do not have yet a global default format if non-TeX fonts is selected, see > http://www.lyx.org/trac/ticket/7871 >   > However, you can set the default format per document, in Document > Settings. That is, after this bug is fixed (in next LyX release): >

Re: LyX and TexLive2010

2011-01-17 Thread Justin Wood
Sam, I've been using LyX 1.6.7 with TexLive2010 on OS X (10.6.x) and Win7 for months now with no problems. Obvious question: is the E-TeX package installed (eg, check in Tex Live Utility GUI)? 2011/1/17 lyx-users-digest-h...@lists.lyx.org -- Forwarded message -- From: Sam Lewis

Re: LyX and TexLive2010

2011-01-17 Thread Justin Wood
Sam, I've been using LyX 1.6.7 with TexLive2010 on OS X (10.6.x) and Win7 for months now with no problems. Obvious question: is the E-TeX package installed (eg, check in Tex Live Utility GUI)? 2011/1/17 lyx-users-digest-h...@lists.lyx.org -- Forwarded message -- From: Sam Lewis

Re: LyX and TexLive2010

2011-01-17 Thread Justin Wood
Sam, I've been using LyX 1.6.7 with TexLive2010 on OS X (10.6.x) and Win7 for months now with no problems. Obvious question: is the E-TeX package installed (eg, check in Tex Live Utility GUI)? 2011/1/17 > -- Forwarded message -- > From: "Sam

Re: A path for the Bibliography files

2011-01-02 Thread Justin Wood
files in the TEXMF local tree: symlink (or hard link if you prefer) to the source .bib file in Dropbox, under both OS X and Win7. ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Engineering Energy school*, Murdoch Universityhttp://www.murdoch.edu.au/ On 29 December 2010 07:56, lyx-users-digest-h...@lists.lyx.org

Re: A path for the Bibliography files

2011-01-02 Thread Justin Wood
files in the TEXMF local tree: symlink (or hard link if you prefer) to the source .bib file in Dropbox, under both OS X and Win7. ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Engineering Energy school*, Murdoch Universityhttp://www.murdoch.edu.au/ On 29 December 2010 07:56, lyx-users-digest-h...@lists.lyx.org

Re: A path for the Bibliography files

2011-01-02 Thread Justin Wood
n .bib files in the TEXMF local tree: symlink (or hard link if you prefer) to the source .bib file in Dropbox, under both OS X and Win7. ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Engineering & Energy school*, Murdoch University<http://www.murdoch.edu.au/> On 29 December 2010 07:56, <

Re: Questions on elsarticle

2010-12-16 Thread Justin Wood
This has probably already been answered, but if not: you need to use BibTeX and select an author-date style. Check out section 6.5 (Bibliography) of the User Guide, and http://wiki.lyx.org/BibTeX/BibTeX (hmm, I thought there was a page with step by step instructions but can't see to find it).

Re: Questions on elsarticle

2010-12-16 Thread Justin Wood
This has probably already been answered, but if not: you need to use BibTeX and select an author-date style. Check out section 6.5 (Bibliography) of the User Guide, and http://wiki.lyx.org/BibTeX/BibTeX (hmm, I thought there was a page with step by step instructions but can't see to find it).

Re: Questions on elsarticle

2010-12-16 Thread Justin Wood
This has probably already been answered, but if not: you need to use BibTeX and select an author-date style. Check out section 6.5 (Bibliography) of the User Guide, and http://wiki.lyx.org/BibTeX/BibTeX (hmm, I thought there was a page with step by step instructions but can't see to find it).

Re: LyX 2.0: problems using XeTeX and thesis template

2010-12-13 Thread Justin Wood
2010 18:29, Jürgen Spitzmüller sp...@lyx.org wrote: Justin Wood wrote: The template files do actually have this embrace, but it doesn't prevent the parsing error. No. \addto\extrasenglish is not embraced by \AtBeginDocument{} Or do you mean the next release will do something else

Re: LyX 2.0: problems using XeTeX and thesis template

2010-12-13 Thread Justin Wood
2010 18:29, Jürgen Spitzmüller sp...@lyx.org wrote: Justin Wood wrote: The template files do actually have this embrace, but it doesn't prevent the parsing error. No. \addto\extrasenglish is not embraced by \AtBeginDocument{} Or do you mean the next release will do something else

Re: LyX 2.0: problems using XeTeX and thesis template

2010-12-13 Thread Justin Wood
2010 18:29, Jürgen Spitzmüller <sp...@lyx.org> wrote: > Justin Wood wrote: > > The template files do actually have this embrace, but it doesn't prevent > > the parsing error. > > No. \addto\extrasenglish is not embraced by \AtBeginDocument{} > > > >

Re: lyx-users Digest of: get.3687

2010-12-09 Thread Justin Wood
On 10 December 2010 12:37, lyx-users-h...@lists.lyx.org wrote: #\DeclareLyXModule{thesis styles} There has been some syntax change. And if I remember well, it is difficult to handle self-defined modules. But I'm not sure. Richard can tell you more. I think this bug was in beta1 and

Re: LyX 2.0: problems using XeTeX and thesis template

2010-12-09 Thread Justin Wood
On 10 December 2010 12:37, lyx-users-h...@lists.lyx.org wrote: 2. conflict in thesis template Beyond that, changing to the automatic AMS math package in the thesis document introduces new errors. In a brand new, entirely unmodified chapter template file, XeTeX compilation now complains

Re: LyX 2.0: problems using XeTeX and thesis template

2010-12-09 Thread Justin Wood
On 10 December 2010 12:37, lyx-users-h...@lists.lyx.org wrote: The reason for this is that XeTeX now uses polyglossia, which does not know these \addto commands (which are from babel). Are these templates shipped with LyX? If so, we need to embrace these calls in

Re: lyx-users Digest of: get.3687

2010-12-09 Thread Justin Wood
On 10 December 2010 12:37, lyx-users-h...@lists.lyx.org wrote: #\DeclareLyXModule{thesis styles} There has been some syntax change. And if I remember well, it is difficult to handle self-defined modules. But I'm not sure. Richard can tell you more. I think this bug was in beta1 and

Re: LyX 2.0: problems using XeTeX and thesis template

2010-12-09 Thread Justin Wood
On 10 December 2010 12:37, lyx-users-h...@lists.lyx.org wrote: 2. conflict in thesis template Beyond that, changing to the automatic AMS math package in the thesis document introduces new errors. In a brand new, entirely unmodified chapter template file, XeTeX compilation now complains

Re: LyX 2.0: problems using XeTeX and thesis template

2010-12-09 Thread Justin Wood
On 10 December 2010 12:37, lyx-users-h...@lists.lyx.org wrote: The reason for this is that XeTeX now uses polyglossia, which does not know these \addto commands (which are from babel). Are these templates shipped with LyX? If so, we need to embrace these calls in

Re: lyx-users Digest of: get.3687

2010-12-09 Thread Justin Wood
On 10 December 2010 12:37, wrote: > >>> >>> #\DeclareLyXModule{thesis styles} >>> >>> >>> >> There has been some syntax change. And if I remember well, it is difficult >> to handle self-defined modules. But I'm not sure. Richard can tell you >> more. >> >> >> > I

Re: LyX 2.0: problems using XeTeX and thesis template

2010-12-09 Thread Justin Wood
On 10 December 2010 12:37, wrote: > > 2. conflict in thesis template > > Beyond that, changing to the automatic AMS math package in the thesis > > document introduces new errors. In a brand new, entirely unmodified > > chapter template file, XeTeX compilation now

Re: LyX 2.0: problems using XeTeX and thesis template

2010-12-09 Thread Justin Wood
On 10 December 2010 12:37, wrote: > > > > The reason for this is that XeTeX now uses polyglossia, which does not > > know these \addto commands (which are from babel). Are these templates > > shipped with LyX? If so, we need to embrace these calls in > > > >

LyX 2.0: problems using XeTeX and thesis template

2010-12-07 Thread Justin Wood
Hi all. I'm gingerly trying to switch over to LyX 2.0 (beta 1 2) and to start using XeTeX so I can more easily access additional fonts. I'm writing a thesis using the included thesis templates. Actually my current work uses the template set sent out on these lists earlier in 2010, so I created

Re: LyZ: lyxpipe changes in 2.0?

2010-12-07 Thread Justin Wood
I just tested this in LyX 2.0 beta 2 on OS X and it worked fine — after I changed the LyX pipe path (back) to ~/.lyxpipe, which is the default LyZ setting. You could change LyZ alternatively of course. Point being I think it's simply down to the pipe file path matching correctly. 2010/12/6

LyX 2.0: problems using XeTeX and thesis template

2010-12-07 Thread Justin Wood
Hi all. I'm gingerly trying to switch over to LyX 2.0 (beta 1 2) and to start using XeTeX so I can more easily access additional fonts. I'm writing a thesis using the included thesis templates. Actually my current work uses the template set sent out on these lists earlier in 2010, so I created

Re: LyZ: lyxpipe changes in 2.0?

2010-12-07 Thread Justin Wood
I just tested this in LyX 2.0 beta 2 on OS X and it worked fine — after I changed the LyX pipe path (back) to ~/.lyxpipe, which is the default LyZ setting. You could change LyZ alternatively of course. Point being I think it's simply down to the pipe file path matching correctly. 2010/12/6

LyX 2.0: problems using XeTeX and thesis template

2010-12-07 Thread Justin Wood
Hi all. I'm gingerly trying to switch over to LyX 2.0 (beta 1 2) and to start using XeTeX so I can more easily access additional fonts. I'm writing a thesis using the included thesis templates. Actually my current work uses the template set sent out on these lists earlier in 2010, so I created

Re: LyZ: lyxpipe changes in 2.0?

2010-12-07 Thread Justin Wood
I just tested this in LyX 2.0 beta 2 on OS X and it worked fine — after I changed the LyX pipe path (back) to ~/.lyxpipe, which is the default LyZ setting. You could change LyZ alternatively of course. Point being I think it's simply down to the pipe file path matching correctly. 2010/12/6

instructions for upgrade from LyX 1.6.7 to 2.0 beta 1?

2010-11-10 Thread Justin Wood
Hi gang. As LyX 2.0 beta 1 is now released, I thought I'd make the switch over (OS X 10.6). It installs and runs fine, but as best I can tell there is no automated import of LyX 1.6.7 settings. Are there any (draft) instructions available for walking the upgrade path? Are there any backwards

instructions for upgrade from LyX 1.6.7 to 2.0 beta 1?

2010-11-10 Thread Justin Wood
Hi gang. As LyX 2.0 beta 1 is now released, I thought I'd make the switch over (OS X 10.6). It installs and runs fine, but as best I can tell there is no automated import of LyX 1.6.7 settings. Are there any (draft) instructions available for walking the upgrade path? Are there any backwards

instructions for upgrade from LyX 1.6.7 to 2.0 beta 1?

2010-11-10 Thread Justin Wood
Hi gang. As LyX 2.0 beta 1 is now released, I thought I'd make the switch over (OS X 10.6). It installs and runs fine, but as best I can tell there is no automated import of LyX 1.6.7 settings. Are there any (draft) instructions available for walking the upgrade path? Are there any backwards

Re: relative path for images

2010-10-27 Thread Justin Wood
2010/10/27 lyx-users-digest-h...@lists.lyx.org From: M DR maida@gmail.com To: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 06:51:56 +0800 Subject: relative path for images Hello to all, this is surely a very simple question, but I'm a total no-geek and is driving me crazy. I want

Re: relative path for images

2010-10-27 Thread Justin Wood
2010/10/27 lyx-users-digest-h...@lists.lyx.org From: M DR maida@gmail.com To: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 06:51:56 +0800 Subject: relative path for images Hello to all, this is surely a very simple question, but I'm a total no-geek and is driving me crazy. I want

Re: relative path for images

2010-10-27 Thread Justin Wood
2010/10/27 > From: "M DR" > To: > Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 06:51:56 +0800 > Subject: relative path for images > Hello to all, > > this is surely a very simple question, but I'm a total no-geek and is > driving me

formatting cross references in KOMA-Script and a custom float

2010-09-21 Thread Justin Wood
to be consistent with \autoref — the prepended label text is then *part of* the hyperlink. And to my happy surprise, it all works! HTH! ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Energy Engineering school*, Murdoch Universityhttp://www.murdoch.edu.au/

Re: how to add a caption to a Box inset?

2010-09-21 Thread Justin Wood
...@fs@post{\end{*framedpar*}}% \d...@fs@mid{\kern8pt}% \l...@fs@iftopcapt\iftrue} }% I'm now thinking there's something in the {float} module that prevents it? Is this something you've come across before? Thanks so much for your help (and patience!). ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Energy

formatting cross references in KOMA-Script and a custom float

2010-09-21 Thread Justin Wood
to be consistent with \autoref — the prepended label text is then *part of* the hyperlink. And to my happy surprise, it all works! HTH! ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Energy Engineering school*, Murdoch Universityhttp://www.murdoch.edu.au/

Re: how to add a caption to a Box inset?

2010-09-21 Thread Justin Wood
...@fs@post{\end{*framedpar*}}% \d...@fs@mid{\kern8pt}% \l...@fs@iftopcapt\iftrue} }% I'm now thinking there's something in the {float} module that prevents it? Is this something you've come across before? Thanks so much for your help (and patience!). ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Energy

formatting cross references in KOMA-Script and a custom float

2010-09-21 Thread Justin Wood
{Box } text to be consistent with \autoref — the prepended label text is then *part of* the hyperlink. And to my happy surprise, it all works! HTH! ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Energy & Engineering school*, Murdoch University<http://www.murdoch.edu.au/>

Re: how to add a caption to a Box inset?

2010-09-21 Thread Justin Wood
...@fs@post{\end{*framedpar*}}% \d...@fs@mid{\kern8pt}% \l...@fs@iftopcapt\iftrue} }% I'm now thinking there's something in the {float} module that prevents it? Is this something you've come across before? Thanks so much for your help (and patience!). ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Energy

Re: how to add a caption to a Box inset?

2010-09-16 Thread Justin Wood
for myself but so far LaTeX is continuing to defeat me... Thanks all! On 3 September 2010 23:20, Jürgen Spitzmüller sp...@lyx.org wrote: Justin Wood wrote: Thanks for the help, Jürgen. I'm not that great with using LaTeX directly, but is this on the right track for the boxedminipage style

formatting cross references — \ref, \prettyref, et c

2010-09-16 Thread Justin Wood
definition to my LaTeX preamble and it did work, but... the text is being prepended to the LyX 'section 1.1', 'subsection 1.1.1', etc, rather than *replacing* it. Is use of formatted reference really supported, or is there some other way to do this? Thanks again. ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Energy

Re: formatting cross references — \ref, \prettyref , etc

2010-09-16 Thread Justin Wood
On 16 September 2010 19:35, Richard Heck rgh...@comcast.net wrote: On 09/16/2010 04:26 AM, Justin Wood wrote: Is it possible to control the format of cross references to labels so that I can specify the text prepended to the label number? I realise LyX automagically adds 'chapter', 'section

Re: how to add a caption to a Box inset?

2010-09-16 Thread Justin Wood
for myself but so far LaTeX is continuing to defeat me... Thanks all! On 3 September 2010 23:20, Jürgen Spitzmüller sp...@lyx.org wrote: Justin Wood wrote: Thanks for the help, Jürgen. I'm not that great with using LaTeX directly, but is this on the right track for the boxedminipage style

formatting cross references — \ref, \prettyref, et c

2010-09-16 Thread Justin Wood
definition to my LaTeX preamble and it did work, but... the text is being prepended to the LyX 'section 1.1', 'subsection 1.1.1', etc, rather than *replacing* it. Is use of formatted reference really supported, or is there some other way to do this? Thanks again. ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Energy

Re: formatting cross references — \ref, \prettyref , etc

2010-09-16 Thread Justin Wood
On 16 September 2010 19:35, Richard Heck rgh...@comcast.net wrote: On 09/16/2010 04:26 AM, Justin Wood wrote: Is it possible to control the format of cross references to labels so that I can specify the text prepended to the label number? I realise LyX automagically adds 'chapter', 'section

Re: how to add a caption to a Box inset?

2010-09-16 Thread Justin Wood
but so far LaTeX is continuing to defeat me... Thanks all! On 3 September 2010 23:20, Jürgen Spitzmüller <sp...@lyx.org> wrote: > Justin Wood wrote: > > Thanks for the help, Jürgen. I'm not that great with using LaTeX > directly, > > but is this on the right track for

formatting cross references — \ref, \prettyref, et c

2010-09-16 Thread Justin Wood
definition to my LaTeX preamble and it did work, but... the text is being prepended to the LyX 'section 1.1', 'subsection 1.1.1', etc, rather than *replacing* it. Is use of formatted reference really supported, or is there some other way to do this? Thanks again. ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Energy

Re: formatting cross references — \ref, \prettyref , etc

2010-09-16 Thread Justin Wood
On 16 September 2010 19:35, Richard Heck <rgh...@comcast.net> wrote: > On 09/16/2010 04:26 AM, Justin Wood wrote: > > Is it possible to control the format of cross references to labels so that > I can specify the text prepended to the label number? I realise LyX > automa

Re: how to add a caption to a Box inset?

2010-09-06 Thread Justin Wood
This works beautifully. Many thanks, Jürgen!

Re: how to add a caption to a Box inset?

2010-09-06 Thread Justin Wood
This works beautifully. Many thanks, Jürgen!

Re: how to add a caption to a Box inset?

2010-09-06 Thread Justin Wood
This works beautifully. Many thanks, Jürgen!

Re: how to add a caption to a Box inset?

2010-09-02 Thread Justin Wood
} I inserted that as Tex code within LyX. I get a box this way, but I, err, can't quite see how to use this with a float and/or get a caption (in the Box 1, or Box 1.1 format). Sorry... Thanks again! ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Energy Engineering school*, Murdoch Universityhttp

Re: how to add a caption to a Box inset?

2010-09-02 Thread Justin Wood
} I inserted that as Tex code within LyX. I get a box this way, but I, err, can't quite see how to use this with a float and/or get a caption (in the Box 1, or Box 1.1 format). Sorry... Thanks again! ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Energy Engineering school*, Murdoch Universityhttp

Re: how to add a caption to a Box inset?

2010-09-02 Thread Justin Wood
} I inserted that as Tex code within LyX. I get a box this way, but I, err, can't quite see how to use this with a float and/or get a caption (in the Box 1, or Box 1.1 format). Sorry... Thanks again! ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Energy & Engineering school*, Murdoch University&

how to add a caption to a Box inset?

2010-08-27 Thread Justin Wood
2009 on OS X 10.6.4 x64. ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Energy Engineering school*, Murdoch Universityhttp://www.murdoch.edu.au/

how to add a caption to a Box inset?

2010-08-27 Thread Justin Wood
2009 on OS X 10.6.4 x64. ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Energy Engineering school*, Murdoch Universityhttp://www.murdoch.edu.au/

how to add a caption to a Box inset?

2010-08-27 Thread Justin Wood
ive 2009 on OS X 10.6.4 x64. ~:Justin Wood:~ PhD candidate, *Energy & Engineering school*, Murdoch University<http://www.murdoch.edu.au/>

Re: Spell checker

2010-03-18 Thread Justin Wood
I could have sworn I had spellchecker working under OS X 10.6.2 (+ x64 extensions) last week, just by installing the aspell package in MacPorts (v0.60.6_2). But since then it wouldn't work other than to occasionally * almost* pop-up the checker window when frantically hitting F7 -- it would

Re: Spell checker

2010-03-18 Thread Justin Wood
I also noticed there are dictionaries marked as *with* and *without* accents -- do you have the accented one installed and activated? ~:Justin Wood:~ On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 16:03, Murat Yildizoglu murat.yildizo...@univ-cezanne.fr wrote: Hi Julio, I have just checked again to be sure

Re: Spell checker

2010-03-18 Thread Justin Wood
I've actually found MacPorts http://www.macports.org/ 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 wrote:

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: Spell checker

2010-03-18 Thread Justin Wood
I could have sworn I had spellchecker working under OS X 10.6.2 (+ x64 extensions) last week, just by installing the aspell package in MacPorts (v0.60.6_2). But since then it wouldn't work other than to occasionally * almost* pop-up the checker window when frantically hitting F7 -- it would

Re: Spell checker

2010-03-18 Thread Justin Wood
I also noticed there are dictionaries marked as *with* and *without* accents -- do you have the accented one installed and activated? ~:Justin Wood:~ On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 16:03, Murat Yildizoglu murat.yildizo...@univ-cezanne.fr wrote: Hi Julio, I have just checked again to be sure

Re: Spell checker

2010-03-18 Thread Justin Wood
I've actually found MacPorts http://www.macports.org/ 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 wrote:

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: Spell checker

2010-03-18 Thread Justin Wood
I could have sworn I had spellchecker working under OS X 10.6.2 (+ x64 extensions) last week, just by installing the aspell package in MacPorts (v0.60.6_2). But since then it wouldn't work other than to occasionally * almost* pop-up the checker window when frantically hitting F7 -- it would

Re: Spell checker

2010-03-18 Thread Justin Wood
I also noticed there are dictionaries marked as *with* and *without* accents -- do you have the accented one installed and activated? ~:Justin Wood:~ On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 16:03, Murat Yildizoglu < murat.yildizo...@univ-cezanne.fr> wrote: > Hi Julio, > > I have just checked a

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