How to remove underline in a text copied from a document to another document

2013-01-23 Thread Frédéric Parrenin
Dear all,


I copied some sections of a lyx document to another lyx document and the
copied text is underlined.

I could not find any way to remove this text property and would appreciate
any help on this.

Best regards,

Frédéric Parrenin


Re: How to remove underline in a text copied from a document to another document

2013-01-23 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2013-01-23, Frédéric Parrenin wrote:

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 Dear all,


 I copied some sections of a lyx document to another lyx document and the
 copied text is underlined.

 I could not find any way to remove this text property and would appreciate
 any help on this.

 Best regards,

The most usual reason for this (if it is a blue underline) is, that the
copied text is given a language (or language variant) tag that differs
from the document default language. (LyX/LaTeX can handle parts in
different languages in one document - with correct language-dependent
hyphenation and auto-generated text.)

You might see language: ... in the status line on the bottom of the LyX
window.

If the text parts are really in different languages, just leave the line as
a reminder (you can also disable the underlingin somewhere in the settings).

To unify the language setting, select the underlined text (or the whole
document) and change the language setting under EditLanguages
(or EditText SettingsCustom ...).

Hope this helps.

Günter



How to remove underline in a text copied from a document to another document

2013-01-23 Thread Frédéric Parrenin
Dear all,


I copied some sections of a lyx document to another lyx document and the
copied text is underlined.

I could not find any way to remove this text property and would appreciate
any help on this.

Best regards,

Frédéric Parrenin


Re: How to remove underline in a text copied from a document to another document

2013-01-23 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2013-01-23, Frédéric Parrenin wrote:

 [-- Type: text/plain, Encoding: quoted-printable --]

 Dear all,


 I copied some sections of a lyx document to another lyx document and the
 copied text is underlined.

 I could not find any way to remove this text property and would appreciate
 any help on this.

 Best regards,

The most usual reason for this (if it is a blue underline) is, that the
copied text is given a language (or language variant) tag that differs
from the document default language. (LyX/LaTeX can handle parts in
different languages in one document - with correct language-dependent
hyphenation and auto-generated text.)

You might see language: ... in the status line on the bottom of the LyX
window.

If the text parts are really in different languages, just leave the line as
a reminder (you can also disable the underlingin somewhere in the settings).

To unify the language setting, select the underlined text (or the whole
document) and change the language setting under EditLanguages
(or EditText SettingsCustom ...).

Hope this helps.

Günter



How to remove underline in a text copied from a document to another document

2013-01-23 Thread Frédéric Parrenin
Dear all,


I copied some sections of a lyx document to another lyx document and the
copied text is underlined.

I could not find any way to remove this text property and would appreciate
any help on this.

Best regards,

Frédéric Parrenin


Re: How to remove underline in a text copied from a document to another document

2013-01-23 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2013-01-23, Frédéric Parrenin wrote:

> [-- Type: text/plain, Encoding: quoted-printable --]

> Dear all,


> I copied some sections of a lyx document to another lyx document and the
> copied text is underlined.

> I could not find any way to remove this text property and would appreciate
> any help on this.

> Best regards,

The most usual reason for this (if it is a blue underline) is, that the
copied text is given a language (or language variant) tag that differs
from the document default language. (LyX/LaTeX can handle parts in
different languages in one document - with correct language-dependent
hyphenation and auto-generated text.)

You might see "language: ..." in the status line on the bottom of the LyX
window.

If the text parts are really in different languages, just leave the line as
a reminder (you can also disable the underlingin somewhere in the settings).

To "unify" the language setting, select the underlined text (or the whole
document) and change the language setting under Edit>Languages
(or Edit>Text Settings>Custom ...).

Hope this helps.

Günter