Re: language settings inconsistent with the user's guide

2011-10-15 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Am 14.10.2011 13:31, schrieb Jürgen Spitzmüller: The docs need to be corrected. The changes are now in for the next release LyX 2.0.2. (You find the latest version of the LyX docs here: http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/DocumentationDevelopment (only appendix C of the UserGuide is not yet completely

Re: language settings inconsistent with the user's guide

2011-10-15 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Am 14.10.2011 13:31, schrieb Jürgen Spitzmüller: The docs need to be corrected. The changes are now in for the next release LyX 2.0.2. (You find the latest version of the LyX docs here: http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/DocumentationDevelopment (only appendix C of the UserGuide is not yet completely

Re: "language" settings inconsistent with the user's guide

2011-10-15 Thread Uwe Stöhr
Am 14.10.2011 13:31, schrieb Jürgen Spitzmüller: The docs need to be corrected. The changes are now in for the next release LyX 2.0.2. (You find the latest version of the LyX docs here: http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/DocumentationDevelopment (only appendix C of the UserGuide is not yet completely

Re: language settings inconsistent with the user's guide

2011-10-14 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2011-10-12, Olivier Ripoll wrote: Hi, I'm using Uwe's binary (LyX 2.0.1 on Win7 64bits, Miktex 2.9), so perhaps it's the cause of this inconsistency. About the Document- Settings- Language, section B9 of the User's guide states: --- Default is the package babel.

Re: language settings inconsistent with the user's guide

2011-10-14 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Guenter Milde wrote: But maybe could be made more clear, like Default: Automatic selects the most suitable language package for the view/export format you will use. Defaults to the package babel. With use non-TeX fonts the package

Re: language settings inconsistent with the user's guide

2011-10-14 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2011-10-12, Olivier Ripoll wrote: Hi, I'm using Uwe's binary (LyX 2.0.1 on Win7 64bits, Miktex 2.9), so perhaps it's the cause of this inconsistency. About the Document- Settings- Language, section B9 of the User's guide states: --- Default is the package babel.

Re: language settings inconsistent with the user's guide

2011-10-14 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Guenter Milde wrote: But maybe could be made more clear, like Default: Automatic selects the most suitable language package for the view/export format you will use. Defaults to the package babel. With use non-TeX fonts the package

Re: "language" settings inconsistent with the user's guide

2011-10-14 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2011-10-12, Olivier Ripoll wrote: > Hi, > I'm using Uwe's binary (LyX 2.0.1 on Win7 64bits, Miktex 2.9), so > perhaps it's the cause of this inconsistency. > About the Document-> Settings-> Language, section B9 of the User's guide > states: > --- > Default is the package babel.

Re: "language" settings inconsistent with the user's guide

2011-10-14 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Guenter Milde wrote: > But maybe could be made more clear, like > > Default: Automatic selects the most suitable language package for the >view/export format you will use. > >Defaults to the package babel. > >With "use non-TeX fonts" the

language settings inconsistent with the user's guide

2011-10-12 Thread Olivier Ripoll
Hi, I'm using Uwe's binary (LyX 2.0.1 on Win7 64bits, Miktex 2.9), so perhaps it's the cause of this inconsistency. About the Document- Settings- Language, section B9 of the User's guide states: --- Default is the package babel. Automatic selects the most suitable language

language settings inconsistent with the user's guide

2011-10-12 Thread Olivier Ripoll
Hi, I'm using Uwe's binary (LyX 2.0.1 on Win7 64bits, Miktex 2.9), so perhaps it's the cause of this inconsistency. About the Document- Settings- Language, section B9 of the User's guide states: --- Default is the package babel. Automatic selects the most suitable language

"language" settings inconsistent with the user's guide

2011-10-12 Thread Olivier Ripoll
Hi, I'm using Uwe's binary (LyX 2.0.1 on Win7 64bits, Miktex 2.9), so perhaps it's the cause of this inconsistency. About the Document-> Settings-> Language, section B9 of the User's guide states: --- Default is the package babel. Automatic selects the most suitable language

nearly solved: problem with language settings

2011-06-03 Thread Mike Bonhoff
Hallo, I had the problem, that some of my environments appeared in the wrong language and I couldn't change the language all at ones. Now I want to explane how to solve the problem: See how lyx names the environment in the source code. For example there's a code like the following generated

nearly solved: problem with language settings

2011-06-03 Thread Mike Bonhoff
Hallo, I had the problem, that some of my environments appeared in the wrong language and I couldn't change the language all at ones. Now I want to explane how to solve the problem: See how lyx names the environment in the source code. For example there's a code like the following generated

nearly solved: problem with language settings

2011-06-03 Thread Mike Bonhoff
Hallo, I had the problem, that some of my environments appeared in the wrong language and I couldn't change the language all at ones. Now I want to explane how to solve the problem: See how lyx names the environment in the source code. For example there's a code like the following generated

Re: problem with language-settings

2011-06-01 Thread Mike Bonhoff
which I want to be Beispiel. Regards, Mike On 2011-05-27, Mike Bonhoff wrote: Hi all, I have a little problem with my language settings. At first I wrote my text in english and then decided to write it in German. Of course I want the environments to have the same language (for example

Re: problem with language-settings

2011-06-01 Thread Mike Bonhoff
which I want to be Beispiel. Regards, Mike On 2011-05-27, Mike Bonhoff wrote: Hi all, I have a little problem with my language settings. At first I wrote my text in english and then decided to write it in German. Of course I want the environments to have the same language (for example

Re: problem with language-settings

2011-06-01 Thread Mike Bonhoff
which I want to be "Bemerkung" and "example" which I want to be "Beispiel". Regards, Mike On 2011-05-27, Mike Bonhoff wrote: > Hi all, > I have a little problem with my language settings. > At first I wrote my text in english and then decided to write it in

Re: problem with language-settings

2011-05-28 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2011-05-27, Mike Bonhoff wrote: Hi all, I have a little problem with my language settings. At first I wrote my text in english and then decided to write it in German. Of course I want the environments to have the same language (for example Bemerkung instead of Remark; I think

Re: problem with language-settings

2011-05-28 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2011-05-27, Mike Bonhoff wrote: Hi all, I have a little problem with my language settings. At first I wrote my text in english and then decided to write it in German. Of course I want the environments to have the same language (for example Bemerkung instead of Remark; I think

Re: problem with language-settings

2011-05-28 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2011-05-27, Mike Bonhoff wrote: > Hi all, > I have a little problem with my language settings. > At first I wrote my text in english and then decided to write it in > German. Of course I want the environments to have the same language > (for example "Bemerkung" ins

problem with language-settings

2011-05-27 Thread Mike Bonhoff
Hi all, I have a little problem with my language settings. At first I wrote my text in english and then decided to write it in German. Of course I want the environments to have the same language (for example Bemerkung instead of Remark; I think these are environments in the module Theorem

problem with language-settings

2011-05-27 Thread Mike Bonhoff
Hi all, I have a little problem with my language settings. At first I wrote my text in english and then decided to write it in German. Of course I want the environments to have the same language (for example Bemerkung instead of Remark; I think these are environments in the module Theorem

problem with language-settings

2011-05-27 Thread Mike Bonhoff
Hi all, I have a little problem with my language settings. At first I wrote my text in english and then decided to write it in German. Of course I want the environments to have the same language (for example "Bemerkung" instead of "Remark"; I think these are enviro

Re: language settings?

2011-02-28 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2011-02-24, Gwen Barnes wrote: I just want my text within LyX to be in English. Somehow, without me trying, LyX seems to think that I'm writing in Afrikaans. Maybe some text was copied from another LyX buffer with a document in another language? If I check mark foreign languages in the

Re: language settings?

2011-02-28 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Guenter Milde wrote: * Mark text * EditTextCustom Language [reset] Alternatively, * Mark text * Esc-x language english That is: Alt-x language english In LyX 2, you can also use the context menu, given that you use multiple languages in your document. To the lyxperts: is there

Re: language settings?

2011-02-28 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2011-02-24, Gwen Barnes wrote: I just want my text within LyX to be in English. Somehow, without me trying, LyX seems to think that I'm writing in Afrikaans. Maybe some text was copied from another LyX buffer with a document in another language? If I check mark foreign languages in the

Re: language settings?

2011-02-28 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Guenter Milde wrote: * Mark text * EditTextCustom Language [reset] Alternatively, * Mark text * Esc-x language english That is: Alt-x language english In LyX 2, you can also use the context menu, given that you use multiple languages in your document. To the lyxperts: is there

Re: language settings?

2011-02-28 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2011-02-24, Gwen Barnes wrote: > I just want my text within LyX to be in English. Somehow, without me > trying, LyX seems to think that I'm writing in Afrikaans. Maybe some text was copied from another LyX buffer with a document in another language? > If I check "mark > foreign languages"

Re: language settings?

2011-02-28 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Guenter Milde wrote: > * Mark text > * Edit>Text>Custom> Language [reset] > > Alternatively, > > * Mark text > * Esc-x language english That is: Alt-x language english In LyX 2, you can also use the context menu, given that you use multiple languages in your document. > To the lyxperts: >

language settings?

2011-02-24 Thread Gwen Barnes
Hi, I just want my text within LyX to be in English. Somehow, without me trying, LyX seems to think that I'm writing in Afrikaans. If I check mark foreign languages in the LyX preferences, my entire document gets underlined in blue. The status bar at the bottom says Font: Default, Language:

Re: language settings?

2011-02-24 Thread Charlie
to do. Could someone help me out please? -Gwen In your LyX - Tools - Preferences - Language Settings I use English (UK) And go to the bottom and click on Save In my LyX - Document Settings - Language I use English (UK) and Save as Document Defaults as you will see below in that same window

language settings?

2011-02-24 Thread Gwen Barnes
Hi, I just want my text within LyX to be in English. Somehow, without me trying, LyX seems to think that I'm writing in Afrikaans. If I check mark foreign languages in the LyX preferences, my entire document gets underlined in blue. The status bar at the bottom says Font: Default, Language:

Re: language settings?

2011-02-24 Thread Charlie
to do. Could someone help me out please? -Gwen In your LyX - Tools - Preferences - Language Settings I use English (UK) And go to the bottom and click on Save In my LyX - Document Settings - Language I use English (UK) and Save as Document Defaults as you will see below in that same window

language settings?

2011-02-24 Thread Gwen Barnes
Hi, I just want my text within LyX to be in English. Somehow, without me trying, LyX seems to think that I'm writing in Afrikaans. If I check "mark foreign languages" in the LyX preferences, my entire document gets underlined in blue. The status bar at the bottom says Font: Default, Language:

Re: language settings?

2011-02-24 Thread Charlie
coding is > Language Default. I don't know what else to do. Could someone help > me out please? > > -Gwen In your LyX - Tools - Preferences - Language Settings I use English (UK) And go to the bottom and click on "Save" In my LyX - Document Settings - Language I use

Re: Language settings

2010-03-15 Thread Helge Hafting
Morten Zolde wrote: On Fri, 12 Mar 2010 18:39:14 +0100 Manveru manv...@manveru.pl wrote: Do you have your LyX instance working in Danish? Try to produce output of your document and check what you will see. Ah, you are onto it. It outputs it correctly, just displays the word chapter in LyX -

Re: Language settings

2010-03-15 Thread Helge Hafting
Morten Zolde wrote: On Fri, 12 Mar 2010 18:39:14 +0100 Manveru manv...@manveru.pl wrote: Do you have your LyX instance working in Danish? Try to produce output of your document and check what you will see. Ah, you are onto it. It outputs it correctly, just displays the word chapter in LyX -

Re: Language settings

2010-03-15 Thread Helge Hafting
Morten Zolde wrote: On Fri, 12 Mar 2010 18:39:14 +0100 Manveru wrote: Do you have your LyX instance working in Danish? Try to produce output of your document and check what you will see. Ah, you are onto it. It outputs it correctly, just displays the word "chapter" in

Language settings

2010-03-12 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
Dear all, I was wondering, as I was transferring my BA paper to LyX from OOo: I have set the document to use Danish as the default language, but when I defined a chapter, it put up the headline chapter 1. Is it possible to insert these strings in Danish, I wonder? If I don't, I will have to use

Re: Language settings

2010-03-12 Thread Manveru
2010/3/12 Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér mor...@writtenandread.net Dear all, I was wondering, as I was transferring my BA paper to LyX from OOo: I have set the document to use Danish as the default language, but when I defined a chapter, it put up the headline chapter 1. Is it possible to

Re: Language settings

2010-03-12 Thread E Tunc
Dear all, I have updated my LyX and know my spellchecker is not working? I searched and tried at least 10 things but still not working. Looking for en_US dictionary, I have Aspell in C. But not working I guess. Any advice is appreciated.. Regards, esra --On 12 March 2010 18:39 +0100 Manveru

Re: Language settings

2010-03-12 Thread Morten Zolde
On Fri, 12 Mar 2010 18:39:14 +0100 Manveru manv...@manveru.pl wrote: Do you have your LyX instance working in Danish? Try to produce output of your document and check what you will see. Ah, you are onto it. It outputs it correctly, just displays the word chapter in LyX - transforms it when

Language settings

2010-03-12 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
Dear all, I was wondering, as I was transferring my BA paper to LyX from OOo: I have set the document to use Danish as the default language, but when I defined a chapter, it put up the headline chapter 1. Is it possible to insert these strings in Danish, I wonder? If I don't, I will have to use

Re: Language settings

2010-03-12 Thread Manveru
2010/3/12 Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér mor...@writtenandread.net Dear all, I was wondering, as I was transferring my BA paper to LyX from OOo: I have set the document to use Danish as the default language, but when I defined a chapter, it put up the headline chapter 1. Is it possible to

Re: Language settings

2010-03-12 Thread E Tunc
Dear all, I have updated my LyX and know my spellchecker is not working? I searched and tried at least 10 things but still not working. Looking for en_US dictionary, I have Aspell in C. But not working I guess. Any advice is appreciated.. Regards, esra --On 12 March 2010 18:39 +0100 Manveru

Re: Language settings

2010-03-12 Thread Morten Zolde
On Fri, 12 Mar 2010 18:39:14 +0100 Manveru manv...@manveru.pl wrote: Do you have your LyX instance working in Danish? Try to produce output of your document and check what you will see. Ah, you are onto it. It outputs it correctly, just displays the word chapter in LyX - transforms it when

Language settings

2010-03-12 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
Dear all, I was wondering, as I was transferring my BA paper to LyX from OOo: I have set the document to use Danish as the default language, but when I defined a chapter, it put up the headline "chapter 1". Is it possible to insert these strings in Danish, I wonder? If I don't, I will have to use

Re: Language settings

2010-03-12 Thread Manveru
2010/3/12 Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér > Dear all, > I was wondering, as I was transferring my BA paper to LyX from OOo: > I have set the document to use Danish as the default language, but when > I defined a chapter, it put up the headline "chapter 1". Is it

Re: Language settings

2010-03-12 Thread E Tunc
Dear all, I have updated my LyX and know my spellchecker is not working? I searched and tried at least 10 things but still not working. Looking for en_US dictionary, I have Aspell in C. But not working I guess. Any advice is appreciated.. Regards, esra --On 12 March 2010 18:39 +0100 Manveru

Re: Language settings

2010-03-12 Thread Morten Zolde
On Fri, 12 Mar 2010 18:39:14 +0100 Manveru wrote: > Do you have your LyX instance working in Danish? Try to produce > output of your document and check what you will see. Ah, you are onto it. It outputs it correctly, just displays the word "chapter" in LyX - transforms it

Re: language settings

2007-10-03 Thread Helge Hafting
Sam Lewis wrote: On Mon, 24 Sep 2007 12:15:47 +0200 Helge Hafting wrote: If the file now is wrong on both computers, then the error likely is in the file itself. Move the cursor to the cross reference, check if it gets an underline there, indicating a language change. In this case, select

Re: language settings

2007-10-03 Thread Helge Hafting
Sam Lewis wrote: On Mon, 24 Sep 2007 12:15:47 +0200 Helge Hafting wrote: If the file now is wrong on both computers, then the error likely is in the file itself. Move the cursor to the cross reference, check if it gets an underline there, indicating a language change. In this case, select

Re: language settings

2007-10-03 Thread Helge Hafting
Sam Lewis wrote: On Mon, 24 Sep 2007 12:15:47 +0200 Helge Hafting wrote: If the file now is wrong on both computers, then the error likely is in the file itself. Move the cursor to the cross reference, check if it gets an underline there, indicating a language change. In this case, select

language settings

2007-09-24 Thread Sam Lewis
Hi, I've worked on a document that includes cross-references, on one computer; now on another, fig n on the next page appears in a different language, despite that the document settings for language is set to British. Why is this the case and how could I change this? Cheers, Sam

Re: language settings

2007-09-24 Thread Helge Hafting
Sam Lewis wrote: Hi, I've worked on a document that includes cross-references, on one computer; now on another, fig n on the next page appears in a different language, despite that the document settings for language is set to British. Why is this the case and how could I change this? Is

Re: language settings

2007-09-24 Thread Sam Lewis
On Mon, 24 Sep 2007 12:15:47 +0200 Helge Hafting wrote: If the file now is wrong on both computers, then the error likely is in the file itself. Move the cursor to the cross reference, check if it gets an underline there, indicating a language change. In this case, select the region with

language settings

2007-09-24 Thread Sam Lewis
Hi, I've worked on a document that includes cross-references, on one computer; now on another, fig n on the next page appears in a different language, despite that the document settings for language is set to British. Why is this the case and how could I change this? Cheers, Sam

Re: language settings

2007-09-24 Thread Helge Hafting
Sam Lewis wrote: Hi, I've worked on a document that includes cross-references, on one computer; now on another, fig n on the next page appears in a different language, despite that the document settings for language is set to British. Why is this the case and how could I change this? Is

Re: language settings

2007-09-24 Thread Sam Lewis
On Mon, 24 Sep 2007 12:15:47 +0200 Helge Hafting wrote: If the file now is wrong on both computers, then the error likely is in the file itself. Move the cursor to the cross reference, check if it gets an underline there, indicating a language change. In this case, select the region with

language settings

2007-09-24 Thread Sam Lewis
Hi, I've worked on a document that includes cross-references, on one computer; now on another, "fig n on the next page" appears in a different language, despite that the document settings for language is set to "British". Why is this the case and how could I change this? Cheers, Sam

Re: language settings

2007-09-24 Thread Helge Hafting
Sam Lewis wrote: Hi, I've worked on a document that includes cross-references, on one computer; now on another, "fig n on the next page" appears in a different language, despite that the document settings for language is set to "British". Why is this the case and how could I change this?

Re: language settings

2007-09-24 Thread Sam Lewis
On Mon, 24 Sep 2007 12:15:47 +0200 Helge Hafting wrote: > If the file now is wrong on both computers, then the error > likely is in the file itself. Move the cursor to the cross reference, > check if it gets an underline there, indicating a language change. > In this case, select the region with

problem with language settings

2004-02-23 Thread Harold Mouras
Dear Lyx users, I encouter some problems under lyx for windows to set the settings of some documents. Although, I choose french both in the preferences of LyX and in the document layout for the language settings, it doesn't seem to be taken into account anyway? Would you have any idea to solve

RE: problem with language settings

2004-02-23 Thread Harold Mouras
as english. Curious... hanks again for your help -Message d'origine- De : Harold Mouras [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Envoyé : lundi 23 février 2004 14:11 À : Lyx-Users Objet : problem with language settings Dear Lyx users, I encouter some problems under lyx for windows to set the settings

Re: problem with language settings

2004-02-23 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Mon, Feb 23, 2004 at 02:10:57PM +0100, Harold Mouras wrote: I encouter some problems under lyx for windows to set the settings of some documents. Although, I choose french both in the preferences of LyX and in the document layout for the language settings, it doesn't seem to be taken

Re: problem with language settings

2004-02-23 Thread Uwe Stöhr
I encouter some problems under lyx for windows to set the settings of some documents. Although, I choose french both in the preferences of LyX and in the document layout for the language settings, it doesn't seem to be taken into account anyway? Have you also updated the babel option

problem with language settings

2004-02-23 Thread Harold Mouras
Dear Lyx users, I encouter some problems under lyx for windows to set the settings of some documents. Although, I choose french both in the preferences of LyX and in the document layout for the language settings, it doesn't seem to be taken into account anyway? Would you have any idea to solve

RE: problem with language settings

2004-02-23 Thread Harold Mouras
as english. Curious... hanks again for your help -Message d'origine- De : Harold Mouras [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Envoyé : lundi 23 février 2004 14:11 À : Lyx-Users Objet : problem with language settings Dear Lyx users, I encouter some problems under lyx for windows to set the settings

Re: problem with language settings

2004-02-23 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Mon, Feb 23, 2004 at 02:10:57PM +0100, Harold Mouras wrote: I encouter some problems under lyx for windows to set the settings of some documents. Although, I choose french both in the preferences of LyX and in the document layout for the language settings, it doesn't seem to be taken

Re: problem with language settings

2004-02-23 Thread Uwe Stöhr
I encouter some problems under lyx for windows to set the settings of some documents. Although, I choose french both in the preferences of LyX and in the document layout for the language settings, it doesn't seem to be taken into account anyway? Have you also updated the babel option

problem with language settings

2004-02-23 Thread Harold Mouras
Dear Lyx users, I encouter some problems under lyx for windows to set the settings of some documents. Although, I choose french both in the preferences of LyX and in the document layout for the language settings, it doesn't seem to be taken into account anyway? Would you have any idea to solve

RE: problem with language settings

2004-02-23 Thread Harold Mouras
as english. Curious... hanks again for your help -Message d'origine- De : Harold Mouras [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Envoyé : lundi 23 février 2004 14:11 À : Lyx-Users Objet : problem with language settings Dear Lyx users, I encouter some problems under lyx for windows to set the settings

Re: problem with language settings

2004-02-23 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Mon, Feb 23, 2004 at 02:10:57PM +0100, Harold Mouras wrote: > I encouter some problems under lyx for windows to set the settings of some > documents. Although, I choose french both in the preferences of LyX and in > the document layout for the language settings, it doesn't seem to

Re: problem with language settings

2004-02-23 Thread Uwe Stöhr
I encouter some problems under lyx for windows to set the settings of some documents. Although, I choose french both in the preferences of LyX and in the document layout for the language settings, it doesn't seem to be taken into account anyway? Have you also updated the babel option

Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread Andreas Bauer
Hello everybody I hope this is not a candidate for FAQ or RTFM. Anyway, here it comes: how can I change the language settings for my document? Everytime I switch from English to German, LyX (or LaTeX?) complains as soon as I enter the Postscript preview mode. I guess I'm missing some LaTeX

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread EagleIce
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hi! Perhaps Layout - Document - Language is what you are lookong for? Cheers, ei On Tuesday 01 May 2001 09:44, Andreas Bauer wrote: Hello everybody I hope this is not a candidate for FAQ or RTFM. Anyway, here it comes: how can I change the language

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread Andreas Bauer
On Tuesday 01 May 2001 10:59, you wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hi! Perhaps Layout - Document - Language is what you are lookong for? This is what I have done to change the language. (Where else would I have changed it anyway?) LyX doesn't worry too much about it, but when I go

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread EagleIce
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- On Tuesday 01 May 2001 11:43, Andreas Bauer wrote: This is what I have done to change the language. (Where else would I have changed it anyway?) LyX doesn't worry too much about it, but when I go to preview Postscript I get the response to change back into

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread Matej Cepl
On ter 01 kvten 2001 9:26 EagleIce wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- On Tuesday 01 May 2001 11:43, Andreas Bauer wrote: This is what I have done to change the language. (Where else would I have changed it anyway?) LyX doesn't worry too much about it, but when I go to preview

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread Andreas Bauer
Sometimes, it seems to me LyX makes it wrong and then it is difficult to persuade it, what to do. My solution is export to LaTeX and check that, I think you are on to something here. When I just tried it again it suddenly worked - magically. The same thing wouldn't work all weekend and I

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Tue, May 01, 2001 at 09:02:37PM +0200, Andreas Bauer wrote: Sometimes, it seems to me LyX makes it wrong and then it is difficult to persuade it, what to do. My solution is export to LaTeX and check that, I think you are on to something here. When I just tried it again it suddenly

Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread Andreas Bauer
Hello everybody I hope this is not a candidate for FAQ or RTFM. Anyway, here it comes: how can I change the language settings for my document? Everytime I switch from English to German, LyX (or LaTeX?) complains as soon as I enter the Postscript preview mode. I guess I'm missing some LaTeX

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread EagleIce
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hi! Perhaps Layout - Document - Language is what you are lookong for? Cheers, ei On Tuesday 01 May 2001 09:44, Andreas Bauer wrote: Hello everybody I hope this is not a candidate for FAQ or RTFM. Anyway, here it comes: how can I change the language

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread Andreas Bauer
On Tuesday 01 May 2001 10:59, you wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hi! Perhaps Layout - Document - Language is what you are lookong for? This is what I have done to change the language. (Where else would I have changed it anyway?) LyX doesn't worry too much about it, but when I go

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread EagleIce
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- On Tuesday 01 May 2001 11:43, Andreas Bauer wrote: This is what I have done to change the language. (Where else would I have changed it anyway?) LyX doesn't worry too much about it, but when I go to preview Postscript I get the response to change back into

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread Matej Cepl
On ter 01 kvten 2001 9:26 EagleIce wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- On Tuesday 01 May 2001 11:43, Andreas Bauer wrote: This is what I have done to change the language. (Where else would I have changed it anyway?) LyX doesn't worry too much about it, but when I go to preview

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread Andreas Bauer
Sometimes, it seems to me LyX makes it wrong and then it is difficult to persuade it, what to do. My solution is export to LaTeX and check that, I think you are on to something here. When I just tried it again it suddenly worked - magically. The same thing wouldn't work all weekend and I

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Tue, May 01, 2001 at 09:02:37PM +0200, Andreas Bauer wrote: Sometimes, it seems to me LyX makes it wrong and then it is difficult to persuade it, what to do. My solution is export to LaTeX and check that, I think you are on to something here. When I just tried it again it suddenly

Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread Andreas Bauer
Hello everybody I hope this is not a candidate for FAQ or RTFM. Anyway, here it comes: how can I change the language settings for my document? Everytime I switch from English to German, LyX (or LaTeX?) complains as soon as I enter the Postscript preview mode. I guess I'm missing some LaTeX

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread EagleIce
> can I change the language settings for my document? Everytime I switch from > English to German, LyX (or LaTeX?) complains as soon as I enter the > Postscript preview mode. I guess I'm missing some LaTeX lang. modules, but > being a real bloody beginner in LaTeX, I need some advice on where to

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread Andreas Bauer
On Tuesday 01 May 2001 10:59, you wrote: > -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- > > Hi! > > Perhaps Layout -> Document -> Language is what you are lookong for? This is what I have done to change the language. (Where else would I have changed it anyway?) LyX doesn't worry too much about it, but

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread EagleIce
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- On Tuesday 01 May 2001 11:43, Andreas Bauer wrote: > > This is what I have done to change the language. (Where else would I have > changed it anyway?) LyX doesn't worry too much about it, but when I go to > preview Postscript I get the response to change back

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread Matej Cepl
On úterý 01 kvten 2001 9:26 EagleIce wrote: > -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- > > On Tuesday 01 May 2001 11:43, Andreas Bauer wrote: > > This is what I have done to change the language. (Where else > > would I have changed it anyway?) LyX doesn't worry too much > > about it, but when I go to

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread Andreas Bauer
> Sometimes, it seems to me LyX makes it wrong and then it is > difficult to persuade it, what to do. My solution is export to > LaTeX and check that, I think you are on to something here. When I just tried it again it suddenly worked - magically. The same thing wouldn't work all weekend and I

Re: Language settings

2001-05-01 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Tue, May 01, 2001 at 09:02:37PM +0200, Andreas Bauer wrote: > > Sometimes, it seems to me LyX makes it wrong and then it is > > difficult to persuade it, what to do. My solution is export to > > LaTeX and check that, > > I think you are on to something here. When I just tried it again it