Re: How to switch varioref on?

2009-08-29 Thread Robert Siemer
Uwe Stöhr uwesto...@... writes:

 Robert Siemer schrieb:
 
  I’m interested in cross-references like:
  
  ...see next page. OR ...see below.
 
 Insert a cross-reference and choose in the appearing dialog the format
 reference on page page. This inserts in the background the LaTeX command
 \vref (provided by varioref).


This does not allow me to pass optional arguments to \vref, to produce see
figure 3 below, does it?


Robert



Re: How to switch varioref on?

2009-08-29 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Robert Siemer schrieb:


This does not allow me to pass optional arguments to \vref, to produce see
figure 3 below, does it?


What is the LaTeX code you want to have?

regards Uwe


Re: How to switch varioref on?

2009-08-29 Thread Robert Siemer
Uwe Stöhr uwesto...@... writes:

 Robert Siemer schrieb:
 
  I’m interested in cross-references like:
  
  ...see next page. OR ...see below.
 
 Insert a cross-reference and choose in the appearing dialog the format
 reference on page page. This inserts in the background the LaTeX command
 \vref (provided by varioref).


This does not allow me to pass optional arguments to \vref, to produce see
figure 3 below, does it?


Robert



Re: How to switch varioref on?

2009-08-29 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Robert Siemer schrieb:


This does not allow me to pass optional arguments to \vref, to produce see
figure 3 below, does it?


What is the LaTeX code you want to have?

regards Uwe


Re: How to switch varioref on?

2009-08-29 Thread Robert Siemer
Uwe Stöhr  writes:

> Robert Siemer schrieb:
> 
> > I’m interested in cross-references like:
> > 
> > ...see next page. OR ...see below.
> 
> Insert a cross-reference and choose in the appearing dialog the format
>  on page . This inserts in the background the LaTeX command
> \vref (provided by varioref).


This does not allow me to pass optional arguments to \vref, to produce "see
figure 3 below", does it?


Robert



Re: How to switch varioref on?

2009-08-29 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Robert Siemer schrieb:


This does not allow me to pass optional arguments to \vref, to produce "see
figure 3 below", does it?


What is the LaTeX code you want to have?

regards Uwe


How to switch varioref on?

2009-08-28 Thread Robert Siemer
Dear readers,

I’m interested in cross-references like:

...see next page. OR ...see below.

where I don’t get a number, but a word. I read that vaioref is package that does
exactly that. I also read in some release file that LyX should support it, but
how do I turn that on?

I have varioref installed, but the cross-reference dialog only contains the
formats with page, reference and “Formatted reference”, which means “use
prettyref”, as far as I can see.

How to use varioref references in LyX 1.6.3, Debian??


Regards,
Robert



Re: How to switch varioref on?

2009-08-28 Thread rgheck

On 08/28/2009 05:21 AM, Robert Siemer wrote:

Dear readers,

I’m interested in cross-references like:

...see next page. OR ...see below.

where I don’t get a number, but a word. I read that vaioref is package that does
exactly that. I also read in some release file that LyX should support it, but
how do I turn that on?

I have varioref installed, but the cross-reference dialog only contains the
formats withpage,reference  and “Formatted reference”, which means “use
prettyref”, as far as I can see.

How to use varioref references in LyX 1.6.3, Debian??

   

Is there anything about this on the wiki?

rh



Re: How to switch varioref on?

2009-08-28 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Robert Siemer schrieb:


I’m interested in cross-references like:

...see next page. OR ...see below.


Insert a cross-reference and choose in the appearing dialog the format
reference on page page. This inserts in the background the LaTeX command \vref (provided by 
varioref).


(For more info about reference formats, see sec. 3.4.1 of the EmbeddedObjects manual that you find 
in the Help menu.)


regards Uwe


How to switch varioref on?

2009-08-28 Thread Robert Siemer
Dear readers,

I’m interested in cross-references like:

...see next page. OR ...see below.

where I don’t get a number, but a word. I read that vaioref is package that does
exactly that. I also read in some release file that LyX should support it, but
how do I turn that on?

I have varioref installed, but the cross-reference dialog only contains the
formats with page, reference and “Formatted reference”, which means “use
prettyref”, as far as I can see.

How to use varioref references in LyX 1.6.3, Debian??


Regards,
Robert



Re: How to switch varioref on?

2009-08-28 Thread rgheck

On 08/28/2009 05:21 AM, Robert Siemer wrote:

Dear readers,

I’m interested in cross-references like:

...see next page. OR ...see below.

where I don’t get a number, but a word. I read that vaioref is package that does
exactly that. I also read in some release file that LyX should support it, but
how do I turn that on?

I have varioref installed, but the cross-reference dialog only contains the
formats withpage,reference  and “Formatted reference”, which means “use
prettyref”, as far as I can see.

How to use varioref references in LyX 1.6.3, Debian??

   

Is there anything about this on the wiki?

rh



Re: How to switch varioref on?

2009-08-28 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Robert Siemer schrieb:


I’m interested in cross-references like:

...see next page. OR ...see below.


Insert a cross-reference and choose in the appearing dialog the format
reference on page page. This inserts in the background the LaTeX command \vref (provided by 
varioref).


(For more info about reference formats, see sec. 3.4.1 of the EmbeddedObjects manual that you find 
in the Help menu.)


regards Uwe


How to switch varioref on?

2009-08-28 Thread Robert Siemer
Dear readers,

I’m interested in cross-references like:

...see next page. OR ...see below.

where I don’t get a number, but a word. I read that vaioref is package that does
exactly that. I also read in some release file that LyX should support it, but
how do I turn that on?

I have varioref installed, but the cross-reference dialog only contains the
formats with ,  and “Formatted reference”, which means “use
prettyref”, as far as I can see.

How to use varioref references in LyX 1.6.3, Debian??


Regards,
Robert



Re: How to switch varioref on?

2009-08-28 Thread rgheck

On 08/28/2009 05:21 AM, Robert Siemer wrote:

Dear readers,

I’m interested in cross-references like:

...see next page. OR ...see below.

where I don’t get a number, but a word. I read that vaioref is package that does
exactly that. I also read in some release file that LyX should support it, but
how do I turn that on?

I have varioref installed, but the cross-reference dialog only contains the
formats with,  and “Formatted reference”, which means “use
prettyref”, as far as I can see.

How to use varioref references in LyX 1.6.3, Debian??

   

Is there anything about this on the wiki?

rh



Re: How to switch varioref on?

2009-08-28 Thread Uwe Stöhr

Robert Siemer schrieb:


I’m interested in cross-references like:

...see next page. OR ...see below.


Insert a cross-reference and choose in the appearing dialog the format
 on page . This inserts in the background the LaTeX command \vref (provided by 
varioref).


(For more info about reference formats, see sec. 3.4.1 of the EmbeddedObjects manual that you find 
in the Help menu.)


regards Uwe