Re: LyX indexing anomaly SOLVED

2009-08-31 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Steve Litt wrote: The correct solution would be to put the | character in an ERT. That's not a very good solution because it forces the user to do extra work in every index range of every document, and also gravely increases the troubleshooting effort if the user messes up the nesting of

Re: LyX indexing anomaly SOLVED

2009-08-31 Thread Steve Litt
On Monday 31 August 2009 03:17:53 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Steve Litt wrote: Or, if that's impossible, when the LyX user requests an index tag, pop up a dialog box asking the name and whether it's begin-range, end-range, or this-location. Yes, something like this. Jürgen OK, then

Re: LyX indexing anomaly SOLVED

2009-08-31 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Steve Litt wrote: The correct solution would be to put the | character in an ERT. That's not a very good solution because it forces the user to do extra work in every index range of every document, and also gravely increases the troubleshooting effort if the user messes up the nesting of

Re: LyX indexing anomaly SOLVED

2009-08-31 Thread Steve Litt
On Monday 31 August 2009 03:17:53 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Steve Litt wrote: Or, if that's impossible, when the LyX user requests an index tag, pop up a dialog box asking the name and whether it's begin-range, end-range, or this-location. Yes, something like this. Jürgen OK, then

Re: LyX indexing anomaly

2009-08-31 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Steve Litt wrote: > > The correct solution would be to put the "|" character in an ERT. > > That's not a very good solution because it forces the user to do extra work > in every index range of every document, and also gravely increases the > troubleshooting effort if the user messes up the

Re: LyX indexing anomaly

2009-08-31 Thread Steve Litt
On Monday 31 August 2009 03:17:53 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: > Steve Litt wrote: > > Or, if > > that's impossible, when the LyX user requests an index tag, pop up a > > dialog box asking the name and whether it's begin-range, end-range, or > > this-location. > > Yes, something like this. > >

Re: LyX indexing anomaly SOLVED

2009-08-30 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Steve Litt wrote: So, if anyone has indexing problems and sees range type index code that looks like this: \index{chapter 2|(@chapter 2\textbar{}(} instead of this: \index{chapter 2|(} then the most likely solution is to set Tools-Preferences-Output-LaTeX-Tex to T1. The correct

Re: LyX indexing anomaly SOLVED

2009-08-30 Thread Steve Litt
On Sunday 30 August 2009 05:48:58 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Steve Litt wrote: then the most likely solution is to set Tools-Preferences-Output-LaTeX-Tex to T1. The correct solution would be to put the | character in an ERT. That's not a very good solution because it forces the user to do

Re: LyX indexing anomaly SOLVED

2009-08-30 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Steve Litt wrote: So, if anyone has indexing problems and sees range type index code that looks like this: \index{chapter 2|(@chapter 2\textbar{}(} instead of this: \index{chapter 2|(} then the most likely solution is to set Tools-Preferences-Output-LaTeX-Tex to T1. The correct

Re: LyX indexing anomaly SOLVED

2009-08-30 Thread Steve Litt
On Sunday 30 August 2009 05:48:58 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Steve Litt wrote: then the most likely solution is to set Tools-Preferences-Output-LaTeX-Tex to T1. The correct solution would be to put the | character in an ERT. That's not a very good solution because it forces the user to do

Re: LyX indexing anomaly

2009-08-30 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Steve Litt wrote: > So, if anyone has indexing problems and sees range type index code that > looks like this: > > \index{chapter 2|(@chapter 2\textbar{}(} > instead of this: > \index{chapter 2|(} > > then the most likely solution is to set > Tools->Preferences->Output->LaTeX->Tex to T1. The

Re: LyX indexing anomaly

2009-08-30 Thread Steve Litt
On Sunday 30 August 2009 05:48:58 Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: > Steve Litt wrote: > > then the most likely solution is to set > > Tools->Preferences->Output->LaTeX->Tex to T1. > > The correct solution would be to put the "|" character in an ERT. That's not a very good solution because it forces

RE: LyX indexing anomaly

2009-08-27 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW
Hi all, My copy of LyX 1.6.3 errors out on indexing because when LyX exports to LaTeX, it outputs normal range type indexing entries (the ones ending in a pipe symbol and a parenthese) with something like this: \index{mysection|(@mysection\textbar(} It should have looked like this:

Re: LyX indexing anomaly SOLVED

2009-08-27 Thread Steve Litt
Thanks Vincent. Please continue reading at the bottom... On Thursday 27 August 2009 04:00:43 you wrote: Hi all, My copy of LyX 1.6.3 errors out on indexing because when LyX exports to LaTeX, it outputs normal range type indexing entries (the ones ending in a pipe symbol and a parenthese)

RE: LyX indexing anomaly

2009-08-27 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW
Hi all, My copy of LyX 1.6.3 errors out on indexing because when LyX exports to LaTeX, it outputs normal range type indexing entries (the ones ending in a pipe symbol and a parenthese) with something like this: \index{mysection|(@mysection\textbar(} It should have looked like this:

Re: LyX indexing anomaly SOLVED

2009-08-27 Thread Steve Litt
Thanks Vincent. Please continue reading at the bottom... On Thursday 27 August 2009 04:00:43 you wrote: Hi all, My copy of LyX 1.6.3 errors out on indexing because when LyX exports to LaTeX, it outputs normal range type indexing entries (the ones ending in a pipe symbol and a parenthese)

RE: LyX indexing anomaly

2009-08-27 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW
>Hi all, > >My copy of LyX 1.6.3 errors out on indexing because when >LyX exports to LaTeX, it outputs normal range type indexing >entries (the ones ending in a pipe symbol and a parenthese) >with something like this: > >\index{mysection|(@mysection\textbar(} > >It should have looked like this:

Re: LyX indexing anomaly

2009-08-27 Thread Steve Litt
Thanks Vincent. Please continue reading at the bottom... On Thursday 27 August 2009 04:00:43 you wrote: > >Hi all, > > > >My copy of LyX 1.6.3 errors out on indexing because when > >LyX exports to LaTeX, it outputs normal range type indexing > >entries (the ones ending in a pipe symbol and a

LyX indexing anomaly

2009-08-26 Thread Steve Litt
Hi all, My copy of LyX 1.6.3 errors out on indexing because when LyX exports to LaTeX, it outputs normal range type indexing entries (the ones ending in a pipe symbol and a parenthese) with something like this: \index{mysection|(@mysection\textbar(} It should have looked like this:

LyX indexing anomaly

2009-08-26 Thread Steve Litt
Hi all, My copy of LyX 1.6.3 errors out on indexing because when LyX exports to LaTeX, it outputs normal range type indexing entries (the ones ending in a pipe symbol and a parenthese) with something like this: \index{mysection|(@mysection\textbar(} It should have looked like this:

LyX indexing anomaly

2009-08-26 Thread Steve Litt
Hi all, My copy of LyX 1.6.3 errors out on indexing because when LyX exports to LaTeX, it outputs normal range type indexing entries (the ones ending in a pipe symbol and a parenthese) with something like this: \index{mysection|(@mysection\textbar(} It should have looked like this: