### Re: Labelling equations

I sorry, but I don't understand your answer completely. I want to give my equations numbers, i.e. from (1.1), (1.2),.to (3.3.) f. ex.. Is that the purpose of the label function? If not, what function doe that? To the first part of your answer. The equations I want to label are centered and

### Re: Labelling equations

On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 4:43 AM, Christopher Stowasser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I sorry, but I don't understand your answer completely. I want to give my equations numbers, i.e. from (1.1), (1.2),.to (3.3.) f. ex.. Is that the purpose of the label function? If not, what function doe that?

### Re: Labelling equations

On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 9:36 AM, Bob Lounsbury [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 4:43 AM, Christopher Stowasser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I sorry, but I don't understand your answer completely. I want to give my equations numbers, i.e. from (1.1), (1.2),.to (3.3.) f. ex.. Is

### Re: Labelling equations

Ok, now it works perfectly! Thanks you two. Its so much text to read in this help guides... Have a nice weekend! 2008/8/2 Bob Lounsbury [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 4:43 AM, Christopher Stowasser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I sorry, but I don't understand your answer completely. I

### Re: Labelling equations

Christopher Stowasser wrote: Ok, now it works perfectly! Thanks you two. Its so much text to read in this help guides... Yes, true. People---especially Uwe---have put a lot of work into those guides. Much of what's in them you probably don't need to know, so I usually recommend that people

### Re: Labelling equations

I sorry, but I don't understand your answer completely. I want to give my equations numbers, i.e. from (1.1), (1.2),.to (3.3.) f. ex.. Is that the purpose of the label function? If not, what function doe that? To the first part of your answer. The equations I want to label are centered and

### Re: Labelling equations

On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 4:43 AM, Christopher Stowasser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I sorry, but I don't understand your answer completely. I want to give my equations numbers, i.e. from (1.1), (1.2),.to (3.3.) f. ex.. Is that the purpose of the label function? If not, what function doe that?

### Re: Labelling equations

On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 9:36 AM, Bob Lounsbury [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 4:43 AM, Christopher Stowasser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I sorry, but I don't understand your answer completely. I want to give my equations numbers, i.e. from (1.1), (1.2),.to (3.3.) f. ex.. Is

### Re: Labelling equations

Ok, now it works perfectly! Thanks you two. Its so much text to read in this help guides... Have a nice weekend! 2008/8/2 Bob Lounsbury [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 4:43 AM, Christopher Stowasser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I sorry, but I don't understand your answer completely. I

### Re: Labelling equations

Christopher Stowasser wrote: Ok, now it works perfectly! Thanks you two. Its so much text to read in this help guides... Yes, true. People---especially Uwe---have put a lot of work into those guides. Much of what's in them you probably don't need to know, so I usually recommend that people

### Re: Labelling equations

I sorry, but I don't understand your answer completely. I want to give my equations numbers, i.e. from (1.1), (1.2),.to (3.3.) f. ex.. Is that the purpose of the label function? If not, what function doe that? To the first part of your answer. The equations I want to label are centered and

### Re: Labelling equations

On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 4:43 AM, Christopher Stowasser <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > I sorry, but I don't understand your answer completely. I want to give my > equations numbers, i.e. from (1.1), (1.2),.to (3.3.) f. ex.. Is that the > purpose of the label function? If not, what function doe

### Re: Labelling equations

On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 9:36 AM, Bob Lounsbury <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 4:43 AM, Christopher Stowasser > <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >> I sorry, but I don't understand your answer completely. I want to give my >> equations numbers, i.e. from (1.1), (1.2),.to (3.3.) f.

### Re: Labelling equations

Ok, now it works perfectly! Thanks you two. Its so much text to read in this help guides... Have a nice weekend! 2008/8/2 Bob Lounsbury <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 4:43 AM, Christopher Stowasser > <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > I sorry, but I don't understand your answer

### Re: Labelling equations

Christopher Stowasser wrote: Ok, now it works perfectly! Thanks you two. Its so much text to read in this help guides... Yes, true. People---especially Uwe---have put a lot of work into those guides. Much of what's in them you probably don't need to know, so I usually recommend that people

### Re: Labelling equations

a problem with labelling equations. If I want to label an equation I put the cursor in the pink box surrounding the equation. Then I go to insert and to label. The function label is written in grey letters now, i.e. inactive. If the cursor is outside the pink box the function label works, but I

### Re: Labelling equations

On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 2:10 AM, Christopher Stowasser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I admit, that my last sentence is very confusing. Just forget about it. What I meant was: If I put the cursor before or behind the math box, i.e in the normal text, I can use the label function. As soon as I put the

### Re: Labelling equations

Christopher Stowasser wrote: I admit, that my last sentence is very confusing. Just forget about it. What I meant was: If I put the cursor before or behind the math box, i.e in the normal text, I can use the label function. As soon as I put the cursor in the math box the label function is

### Re: Labelling equations

Bob Lounsbury wrote: On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 2:10 AM, Christopher Stowasser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I admit, that my last sentence is very confusing. Just forget about it. What I meant was: If I put the cursor before or behind the math box, i.e in the normal text, I can use the label

### Re: Labelling equations

Paul A. Rubin wrote: Christopher Stowasser wrote: I admit, that my last sentence is very confusing. Just forget about it. What I meant was: If I put the cursor before or behind the math box, i.e in the normal text, I can use the label function. As soon as I put the cursor in the math box the

### Re: Labelling equations

I can understand that this behavior is confusing for a new comer that haven't read the tutorial :-). Maybe we should authorize label insertion also for inline formulas and automatically switch to displayed formula if a label is inserted. Maybe with a warning box that explains what LyX did

### Re: Labelling equations

Waluyo Adi Siswanto wrote: I can understand that this behavior is confusing for a new comer that haven't read the tutorial :-). Maybe we should authorize label insertion also for inline formulas and automatically switch to displayed formula if a label is inserted. Maybe with a warning box that

### Re: Labelling equations

a problem with labelling equations. If I want to label an equation I put the cursor in the pink box surrounding the equation. Then I go to insert and to label. The function label is written in grey letters now, i.e. inactive. If the cursor is outside the pink box the function label works, but I

### Re: Labelling equations

On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 2:10 AM, Christopher Stowasser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I admit, that my last sentence is very confusing. Just forget about it. What I meant was: If I put the cursor before or behind the math box, i.e in the normal text, I can use the label function. As soon as I put the

### Re: Labelling equations

Christopher Stowasser wrote: I admit, that my last sentence is very confusing. Just forget about it. What I meant was: If I put the cursor before or behind the math box, i.e in the normal text, I can use the label function. As soon as I put the cursor in the math box the label function is

### Re: Labelling equations

Bob Lounsbury wrote: On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 2:10 AM, Christopher Stowasser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I admit, that my last sentence is very confusing. Just forget about it. What I meant was: If I put the cursor before or behind the math box, i.e in the normal text, I can use the label

### Re: Labelling equations

Paul A. Rubin wrote: Christopher Stowasser wrote: I admit, that my last sentence is very confusing. Just forget about it. What I meant was: If I put the cursor before or behind the math box, i.e in the normal text, I can use the label function. As soon as I put the cursor in the math box the

### Re: Labelling equations

I can understand that this behavior is confusing for a new comer that haven't read the tutorial :-). Maybe we should authorize label insertion also for inline formulas and automatically switch to displayed formula if a label is inserted. Maybe with a warning box that explains what LyX did

### Re: Labelling equations

Waluyo Adi Siswanto wrote: I can understand that this behavior is confusing for a new comer that haven't read the tutorial :-). Maybe we should authorize label insertion also for inline formulas and automatically switch to displayed formula if a label is inserted. Maybe with a warning box that

### Re: Labelling equations

> > Hi, > > > > I have a problem with labelling equations. If I want to label an equation > I > > put the cursor in the pink box surrounding the equation. Then I go to > > "insert" and to "label". The function "label" is writ

### Re: Labelling equations

On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 2:10 AM, Christopher Stowasser <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > I admit, that my last sentence is very confusing. Just forget about it. What > I meant was: If I put the cursor before or behind the math box, i.e in the > normal text, I can use the label function. As soon as I put

### Re: Labelling equations

Christopher Stowasser wrote: I admit, that my last sentence is very confusing. Just forget about it. What I meant was: If I put the cursor before or behind the math box, i.e in the normal text, I can use the label function. As soon as I put the cursor in the math box the label function is

### Re: Labelling equations

Bob Lounsbury wrote: On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 2:10 AM, Christopher Stowasser <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: I admit, that my last sentence is very confusing. Just forget about it. What I meant was: If I put the cursor before or behind the math box, i.e in the normal text, I can use the label

### Re: Labelling equations

Paul A. Rubin wrote: Christopher Stowasser wrote: I admit, that my last sentence is very confusing. Just forget about it. What I meant was: If I put the cursor before or behind the math box, i.e in the normal text, I can use the label function. As soon as I put the cursor in the math box the

### Re: Labelling equations

> I can understand that this behavior is confusing for a new comer that > haven't read the tutorial :-). Maybe we should authorize label insertion > also for inline formulas and automatically switch to displayed formula > if a label is inserted. Maybe with a warning box that explains what LyX

### Re: Labelling equations

Waluyo Adi Siswanto wrote: I can understand that this behavior is confusing for a new comer that haven't read the tutorial :-). Maybe we should authorize label insertion also for inline formulas and automatically switch to displayed formula if a label is inserted. Maybe with a warning box that

### Labelling equations

Hi, I have a problem with labelling equations. If I want to label an equation I put the cursor in the pink box surrounding the equation. Then I go to insert and to label. The function label is written in grey letters now, i.e. inactive. If the cursor is outside the pink box the function label

### Re: Labelling equations

On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 7:02 AM, Christopher Stowasser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I have a problem with labelling equations. If I want to label an equation I put the cursor in the pink box surrounding the equation. Then I go to insert and to label. The function label is written in grey

### Labelling equations

Hi, I have a problem with labelling equations. If I want to label an equation I put the cursor in the pink box surrounding the equation. Then I go to insert and to label. The function label is written in grey letters now, i.e. inactive. If the cursor is outside the pink box the function label

### Re: Labelling equations

On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 7:02 AM, Christopher Stowasser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I have a problem with labelling equations. If I want to label an equation I put the cursor in the pink box surrounding the equation. Then I go to insert and to label. The function label is written in grey

### Labelling equations

Hi, I have a problem with labelling equations. If I want to label an equation I put the cursor in the pink box surrounding the equation. Then I go to "insert" and to "label". The function "label" is written in grey letters now, i.e. inactive. If the cursor is out

### Re: Labelling equations

On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 7:02 AM, Christopher Stowasser <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Hi, > > I have a problem with labelling equations. If I want to label an equation I > put the cursor in the pink box surrounding the equation. Then I go to > "insert" and to "lab