Re: Hide tracked changes?

2009-11-16 Thread Peter Coles
 Yes this was exactly what I was looking for -- the ability to toggle the
 visibility of those blue edits.
 
 Matts

I second Matts' request.  Especially for heavy editing of a document,
it would be a nice feature to be able to edit away, with changes tracked
in the background.  All those blue texts can make a document unreadable.

Is there any way users can support efforts for such a project, e.g. by
making it clear that there is demand for such a feature, or by 
project-specific contributions?

Peter



Re: Hide tracked changes?

2009-11-16 Thread Peter Coles
 Yes this was exactly what I was looking for -- the ability to toggle the
 visibility of those blue edits.
 
 Matts

I second Matts' request.  Especially for heavy editing of a document,
it would be a nice feature to be able to edit away, with changes tracked
in the background.  All those blue texts can make a document unreadable.

Is there any way users can support efforts for such a project, e.g. by
making it clear that there is demand for such a feature, or by 
project-specific contributions?

Peter



Re: Hide tracked changes?

2009-11-16 Thread Peter Coles
> Yes this was exactly what I was looking for -- the ability to toggle the
> visibility of those blue edits.
> 
> Matts

I second Matts' request.  Especially for heavy editing of a document,
it would be a nice feature to be able to edit away, with changes tracked
in the background.  All those blue texts can make a document unreadable.

Is there any way users can support efforts for such a project, e.g. by
making it clear that there is demand for such a feature, or by 
project-specific contributions?

Peter



Re: Hide tracked changes?

2009-09-16 Thread Matts Lindström


 The later situation actually seems very useful to me: you just edit your
 file without those horrible blue texts, but LyX keeps track of the
 changes nevertheless.

 JMarc


Yes this was exactly what I was looking for -- the ability to toggle the
visibility of those blue edits.

Matts


Re: Hide tracked changes?

2009-09-16 Thread Matts Lindström


 The later situation actually seems very useful to me: you just edit your
 file without those horrible blue texts, but LyX keeps track of the
 changes nevertheless.

 JMarc


Yes this was exactly what I was looking for -- the ability to toggle the
visibility of those blue edits.

Matts


Re: Hide tracked changes?

2009-09-16 Thread Matts Lindström
>
>
> The later situation actually seems very useful to me: you just edit your
> file without those horrible blue texts, but LyX keeps track of the
> changes nevertheless.
>
> JMarc
>

Yes this was exactly what I was looking for -- the ability to toggle the
visibility of those blue edits.

Matts


Hide tracked changes?

2009-09-15 Thread Matts Lindström
Hi,
Is it somehow possible to hide tracked changes in the lyx editor without
choosing to accept/reject them? This is possible in Word, and a function
which I find very convenient as it makes the display a lot less cluttered,
while still preserving all of your edits.

Thanks,
Matts


Re: Hide tracked changes?

2009-09-15 Thread rgheck

On 09/15/2009 04:06 AM, Matts Lindström wrote:

Hi,
Is it somehow possible to hide tracked changes in the lyx editor without
choosing to accept/reject them? This is possible in Word, and a function
which I find very convenient as it makes the display a lot less cluttered,
while still preserving all of your edits.

   
At present, no, this isn't possible. It's a reasonable suggestion, 
though. Perhaps the right way to implement it would be just to stop 
showing tracked changes when change tracking is turned off. It's hard to 
see why you'd want to see them if you weren't currently tracking them, 
or have them off if you are tracking them.


rh



Re: Hide tracked changes?

2009-09-15 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
rgheck rgh...@bobjweil.com writes:
 At present, no, this isn't possible. It's a reasonable suggestion,
 though. 

Yes, definitely. I think you should add an enhancement request in trac
(I am not sure how easy it is, though)

 Perhaps the right way to implement it would be just to stop showing
 tracked changes when change tracking is turned off. It's hard to see
 why you'd want to see them if you weren't currently tracking them, or
 have them off if you are tracking them.

The later situation actually seems very useful to me: you just edit your
file without those horrible blue texts, but LyX keeps track of the
changes nevertheless.

JMarc


Hide tracked changes?

2009-09-15 Thread Matts Lindström
Hi,
Is it somehow possible to hide tracked changes in the lyx editor without
choosing to accept/reject them? This is possible in Word, and a function
which I find very convenient as it makes the display a lot less cluttered,
while still preserving all of your edits.

Thanks,
Matts


Re: Hide tracked changes?

2009-09-15 Thread rgheck

On 09/15/2009 04:06 AM, Matts Lindström wrote:

Hi,
Is it somehow possible to hide tracked changes in the lyx editor without
choosing to accept/reject them? This is possible in Word, and a function
which I find very convenient as it makes the display a lot less cluttered,
while still preserving all of your edits.

   
At present, no, this isn't possible. It's a reasonable suggestion, 
though. Perhaps the right way to implement it would be just to stop 
showing tracked changes when change tracking is turned off. It's hard to 
see why you'd want to see them if you weren't currently tracking them, 
or have them off if you are tracking them.


rh



Re: Hide tracked changes?

2009-09-15 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
rgheck rgh...@bobjweil.com writes:
 At present, no, this isn't possible. It's a reasonable suggestion,
 though. 

Yes, definitely. I think you should add an enhancement request in trac
(I am not sure how easy it is, though)

 Perhaps the right way to implement it would be just to stop showing
 tracked changes when change tracking is turned off. It's hard to see
 why you'd want to see them if you weren't currently tracking them, or
 have them off if you are tracking them.

The later situation actually seems very useful to me: you just edit your
file without those horrible blue texts, but LyX keeps track of the
changes nevertheless.

JMarc


Hide tracked changes?

2009-09-15 Thread Matts Lindström
Hi,
Is it somehow possible to hide tracked changes in the lyx editor without
choosing to accept/reject them? This is possible in Word, and a function
which I find very convenient as it makes the display a lot less cluttered,
while still preserving all of your edits.

Thanks,
Matts


Re: Hide tracked changes?

2009-09-15 Thread rgheck

On 09/15/2009 04:06 AM, Matts Lindström wrote:

Hi,
Is it somehow possible to hide tracked changes in the lyx editor without
choosing to accept/reject them? This is possible in Word, and a function
which I find very convenient as it makes the display a lot less cluttered,
while still preserving all of your edits.

   
At present, no, this isn't possible. It's a reasonable suggestion, 
though. Perhaps the right way to implement it would be just to stop 
showing tracked changes when change tracking is turned off. It's hard to 
see why you'd want to see them if you weren't currently tracking them, 
or have them off if you are tracking them.


rh



Re: Hide tracked changes?

2009-09-15 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
rgheck  writes:
> At present, no, this isn't possible. It's a reasonable suggestion,
> though. 

Yes, definitely. I think you should add an enhancement request in trac
(I am not sure how easy it is, though)

> Perhaps the right way to implement it would be just to stop showing
> tracked changes when change tracking is turned off. It's hard to see
> why you'd want to see them if you weren't currently tracking them, or
> have them off if you are tracking them.

The later situation actually seems very useful to me: you just edit your
file without those horrible blue texts, but LyX keeps track of the
changes nevertheless.

JMarc