Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-04 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
Daniel, to be honest, I'll probably figure this out and install it anyway. Eventually :-)-O Even though in my daily use I usuallyhave Enumerate-Resume on the outer level and Enumerate on the indented one(s). So this may or may not work :-)-O el On 03/04/2019 16:34, Daniel wrote: > On

Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-04 Thread Daniel
On 2019-04-04 08:01, Baris Erkus wrote: On 03-Apr-19 5:34 PM, Daniel wrote: On 03/04/2019 13:35, Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote: I have noticed same, but it bothered me for about 27 seconds and I am now used to it. With Jean-Marc's comment, there is no need to get used to it any more. Though I

Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-04 Thread Baris Erkus
On 03-Apr-19 5:34 PM, Daniel wrote: > On 03/04/2019 13:35, Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote: >> I have noticed same, but it bothered me for about 27 seconds and I am >> now used to it. > > With Jean-Marc's comment, there is no need to get used to it any more. > Though I admire your ability to adapt. :) >

Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-03 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 03/04/2019 à 17:21, Daniel a écrit : What the labeltype Enumerate does is to count nesting of enumerate items to know whether the counter will be enumi, enumii, enumiii or enumiv. Your own enumerate layout is not supposed to do that. I see. That was just an oversimplification on my side.

Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-03 Thread Daniel
On 03/04/2019 16:58, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Le 03/04/2019 à 14:55, Daniel a écrit : Yes, that does the trick. But I am wondering why the default Enumerate doesn't have LabelType Static. What's the difference? What the labeltype Enumerate does is to count nesting of enumerate items to

Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-03 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 03/04/2019 à 14:55, Daniel a écrit : Yes, that does the trick. But I am wondering why the default Enumerate doesn't have LabelType Static. What's the difference? What the labeltype Enumerate does is to count nesting of enumerate items to know whether the counter will be enumi, enumii,

Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-03 Thread Daniel
On 03/04/2019 13:35, Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote: I have noticed same, but it bothered me for about 27 seconds and I am now used to it. With Jean-Marc's comment, there is no need to get used to it any more. Though I admire your ability to adapt. :) Daniel

Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-03 Thread Daniel
On 03/04/2019 12:36, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: Le 02/04/2019 à 12:45, Daniel a écrit : Hi, In the attached document the list structure in the work area is shown as i. MyEnumerate  (a) Enumerate but the output is actually i. MyEnumerate  1. Enumerate Try the one attached. I

Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-03 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
I have noticed same, but it bothered me for about 27 seconds and I am now used to it. el On 02/04/2019 12:45, Daniel wrote: > Hi, > > In the attached document the list structure in the work area is shown > as > > i. MyEnumerate > (a) Enumerate > > but the output is actually > > i.

Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-03 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 02/04/2019 à 12:45, Daniel a écrit : Hi, In the attached document the list structure in the work area is shown as i. MyEnumerate (a) Enumerate but the output is actually i. MyEnumerate 1. Enumerate Try the one attached. I changed LabelType to Static and set the format

Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-03 Thread Daniel
On 03/04/2019 08:53, Baris Erkus wrote: On 02-Apr-19 1:45 PM, Daniel wrote: Hi, In the attached document the list structure in the work area is shown as i. MyEnumerate (a) Enumerate but the output is actually i. MyEnumerate 1. Enumerate I seem unable to figure out how to tell LyX

Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-03 Thread Baris Erkus
On 02-Apr-19 1:45 PM, Daniel wrote: > Hi, > > In the attached document the list structure in the work area is shown as > > i. MyEnumerate > (a) Enumerate > > but the output is actually > > i. MyEnumerate > 1. Enumerate > > I seem unable to figure out how to tell LyX that my custom

Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-02 Thread Daniel
On 02/04/2019 20:20, Paul A. Rubin wrote: On 4/2/19 6:45 AM, Daniel wrote: Hi, In the attached document the list structure in the work area is shown as i. MyEnumerate (a) Enumerate but the output is actually i. MyEnumerate 1. Enumerate I seem unable to figure out how to tell LyX

Re: Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-02 Thread Paul A. Rubin
On 4/2/19 6:45 AM, Daniel wrote: Hi, In the attached document the list structure in the work area is shown as i. MyEnumerate (a) Enumerate but the output is actually i. MyEnumerate 1. Enumerate I seem unable to figure out how to tell LyX that my custom enumerate (as set in the

Counters of custom list environment

2019-04-02 Thread Daniel
Hi, In the attached document the list structure in the work area is shown as i. MyEnumerate (a) Enumerate but the output is actually i. MyEnumerate 1. Enumerate I seem unable to figure out how to tell LyX that my custom enumerate (as set in the Local Layout and Preamble) is