\bind C-k font-noun

2009-06-11 Thread Ralf
Okay, tried to edit the cua.bind file and failed. This I found #\bind C-k font-noun I got rid of the '#' and restarted Lyx, hoping that a C-k would toggle a noun, but alas, it didn't ... What magic is needed here to let a C-k toggle the noun ? Cheers -Ralf p.s. Lyx1.6.3 on WinXP and c

Re: \bind C-k font-noun

2009-06-11 Thread Ralf
Ralf ralf.sc...@... writes: [snip] #\bind C-k font-noun I got rid of the '#' and restarted Lyx, hoping that a C-k would toggle a noun, but alas, it didn't ... What magic is needed here to let a C-k toggle the noun ? a simple spell worked: instead of 'k' I used 'j': \bind C-j font

Re: \bind C-k font-noun

2009-06-11 Thread Rich Shepard
On Thu, 11 Jun 2009, Ralf wrote: did the trick - I assume the \bind C-k clashes with something else, well Ralf, Look in the preferences-short cuts menu to see all the bindings. I've found in the latest version that editing the bindings in the short cuts widget works better than directly

Re: \bind C-k font-noun

2009-06-11 Thread Ralf
Rich Shepard rshep...@... writes: [snip] Look in the preferences-short cuts menu to see all the bindings. I've found in the latest version that editing the bindings in the short cuts widget works better than directly editing the bind file. cheers mate! will do next time -ralf

\bind C-k font-noun

2009-06-11 Thread Ralf
Okay, tried to edit the cua.bind file and failed. This I found #\bind C-k font-noun I got rid of the '#' and restarted Lyx, hoping that a C-k would toggle a noun, but alas, it didn't ... What magic is needed here to let a C-k toggle the noun ? Cheers -Ralf p.s. Lyx1.6.3 on WinXP and c

Re: \bind C-k font-noun

2009-06-11 Thread Ralf
Ralf ralf.sc...@... writes: [snip] #\bind C-k font-noun I got rid of the '#' and restarted Lyx, hoping that a C-k would toggle a noun, but alas, it didn't ... What magic is needed here to let a C-k toggle the noun ? a simple spell worked: instead of 'k' I used 'j': \bind C-j font

Re: \bind C-k font-noun

2009-06-11 Thread Rich Shepard
On Thu, 11 Jun 2009, Ralf wrote: did the trick - I assume the \bind C-k clashes with something else, well Ralf, Look in the preferences-short cuts menu to see all the bindings. I've found in the latest version that editing the bindings in the short cuts widget works better than directly

Re: \bind C-k font-noun

2009-06-11 Thread Ralf
Rich Shepard rshep...@... writes: [snip] Look in the preferences-short cuts menu to see all the bindings. I've found in the latest version that editing the bindings in the short cuts widget works better than directly editing the bind file. cheers mate! will do next time -ralf

\bind "C-k" "font-noun"

2009-06-11 Thread Ralf
Okay, tried to edit the cua.bind file and failed. This I found #\bind "C-k" "font-noun" I got rid of the '#' and restarted Lyx, hoping that a C-k would toggle a noun, but alas, it didn't ... What magic is needed here to let a C-k toggle the noun ? Cheers -Ralf p.s. Lyx

Re: \bind "C-k" "font-noun"

2009-06-11 Thread Ralf
Ralf <ralf.sc...@...> writes: [snip] > #\bind "C-k" "font-noun" > > I got rid of the '#' and restarted Lyx, > hoping that a C-k would toggle a noun, but alas, it didn't ... > > What magic is needed here to let a C-k toggle the noun ? a simple spell

Re: \bind "C-k" "font-noun"

2009-06-11 Thread Rich Shepard
On Thu, 11 Jun 2009, Ralf wrote: did the trick - I assume the \bind "C-k" clashes with something else, well Ralf, Look in the preferences->short cuts menu to see all the bindings. I've found in the latest version that editing the bindings in the short cuts widget works better than directly

Re: \bind "C-k" "font-noun"

2009-06-11 Thread Ralf
Rich Shepard writes: [snip] >Look in the preferences->short cuts menu to see all the bindings. I've > found in the latest version that editing the bindings in the short cuts > widget works better than directly editing the bind file. cheers mate! will do next time -ralf