Re: Lyx Math Macro Library

2013-05-20 Thread Julien Rioux
On 17/05/2013 5:22 AM, Pavel Bažant wrote: Dear Lyx users, is there any public library of LyX macros? Math notation has many widely used semantic elements that could be abstracted into LyX macros. Things like: Set builder notation Sequent calculus notation Function notation (the fun argument

Re: Lyx Math Macro Library

2013-05-20 Thread Julien Rioux
On 17/05/2013 5:22 AM, Pavel Bažant wrote: Dear Lyx users, is there any public library of LyX macros? Math notation has many widely used semantic elements that could be abstracted into LyX macros. Things like: Set builder notation Sequent calculus notation Function notation (the fun argument

Re: Lyx Math Macro Library

2013-05-20 Thread Julien Rioux
On 17/05/2013 5:22 AM, Pavel Bažant wrote: Dear Lyx users, is there any public library of LyX macros? Math notation has many widely used semantic elements that could be abstracted into LyX macros. Things like: Set builder notation Sequent calculus notation Function notation (the fun argument

Lyx Math Macro Library

2013-05-17 Thread Pavel Bažant
Dear Lyx users, is there any public library of LyX macros? Math notation has many widely used semantic elements that could be abstracted into LyX macros. Things like: Set builder notation Sequent calculus notation Function notation (the fun argument would be the macro argument) Operator

Lyx Math Macro Library

2013-05-17 Thread Pavel Bažant
Dear Lyx users, is there any public library of LyX macros? Math notation has many widely used semantic elements that could be abstracted into LyX macros. Things like: Set builder notation Sequent calculus notation Function notation (the fun argument would be the macro argument) Operator

Lyx Math Macro Library

2013-05-17 Thread Pavel Bažant
Dear Lyx users, is there any public library of LyX macros? Math notation has many widely used semantic elements that could be abstracted into LyX macros. Things like: Set builder notation Sequent calculus notation Function notation (the fun argument would be the macro argument) Operator

Math macro editing style

2013-02-24 Thread Paul A . Rubin
I'm running LyX 2.0.5.1 on Linux Mint (equivalent to Ubuntu Quantal). The Math help manual pointed me to Tools Preferences Editing Control, which has a drop-down menu of three choices for what math macro editing should look like. I tried all three and could not see any difference in the macro

Math macro editing style

2013-02-24 Thread Paul A . Rubin
I'm running LyX 2.0.5.1 on Linux Mint (equivalent to Ubuntu Quantal). The Math help manual pointed me to Tools Preferences Editing Control, which has a drop-down menu of three choices for what math macro editing should look like. I tried all three and could not see any difference in the macro

Math macro editing style

2013-02-24 Thread Paul A . Rubin
I'm running LyX 2.0.5.1 on Linux Mint (equivalent to Ubuntu Quantal). The Math help manual pointed me to Tools > Preferences > Editing > Control, which has a drop-down menu of three choices for what math macro editing should look like. I tried all three and could not see any d

Re: input math macro file - incomplete instant preview

2009-10-22 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Axel Heim wrote: Hi there, the math macro is a great feature. However, when I input (or include) a file with math macros, the corresponding math symbols do not appear in the instant preview, while `hard-coded' symbols do. I assume you mean that if you view the child document (in a separate

Re: input math macro file - incomplete instant preview

2009-10-22 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Axel Heim wrote: Hi there, the math macro is a great feature. However, when I input (or include) a file with math macros, the corresponding math symbols do not appear in the instant preview, while `hard-coded' symbols do. I assume you mean that if you view the child document (in a separate

Re: input math macro file -> incomplete instant preview

2009-10-22 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Axel Heim wrote: Hi there, the math macro is a great feature. However, when I input (or include) a file with math macros, the corresponding math symbols do not appear in the instant preview, while `hard-coded' symbols do. I assume you mean that if you view the child document (in a separate

input math macro file - incomplete instant preview

2009-10-21 Thread Axel Heim
Hi there, the math macro is a great feature. However, when I input (or include) a file with math macros, the corresponding math symbols do not appear in the instant preview, while `hard-coded' symbols do. The pdf output is fine, though. When I have a math macro at the top of the document

input math macro file - incomplete instant preview

2009-10-21 Thread Axel Heim
Hi there, the math macro is a great feature. However, when I input (or include) a file with math macros, the corresponding math symbols do not appear in the instant preview, while `hard-coded' symbols do. The pdf output is fine, though. When I have a math macro at the top of the document

input math macro file -> incomplete instant preview

2009-10-21 Thread Axel Heim
Hi there, the math macro is a great feature. However, when I input (or include) a file with math macros, the corresponding math symbols do not appear in the instant preview, while `hard-coded' symbols do. The pdf output is fine, though. When I have a math macro at the top of the document

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-13 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Vincent van Ravesteijn wrote: No. Someone just acknowledges that it was a good idea and a missing feature, but that's also where it ended. Not quite: http://marc.info/?l=lyx-develm=122813284122303w=2 Jürgen

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-13 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-03-13, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Vincent van Ravesteijn wrote: No. Someone just acknowledges that it was a good idea and a missing feature, but that's also where it ended. Not quite: http://marc.info/?l=lyx-develm=122813284122303w=2 Also there is bug #3218

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-13 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Vincent van Ravesteijn wrote: No. Someone just acknowledges that it was a good idea and a missing feature, but that's also where it ended. Not quite: http://marc.info/?l=lyx-develm=122813284122303w=2 Jürgen

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-13 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-03-13, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: Vincent van Ravesteijn wrote: No. Someone just acknowledges that it was a good idea and a missing feature, but that's also where it ended. Not quite: http://marc.info/?l=lyx-develm=122813284122303w=2 Also there is bug #3218

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-13 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Vincent van Ravesteijn wrote: > No. Someone just acknowledges that it was a good idea and a missing > feature, but that's also where it ended. Not quite: http://marc.info/?l=lyx-devel=122813284122303=2 Jürgen

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-13 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-03-13, Jürgen Spitzmüller wrote: > Vincent van Ravesteijn wrote: >> No. Someone just acknowledges that it was a good idea and a missing >> feature, but that's also where it ended. > Not quite: > http://marc.info/?l=lyx-devel=122813284122303=2 Also there is bug #3218

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-12 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-03-11, Vincent van Ravesteijn wrote: Richard Heck schreef: Axel Heim wrote: Hi, on the lyx-webpage (see references below) it is recommended to use a math macro file to collect all personal macros. When I do that, I encounter the problem that lyx complains with popup windows upon

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-12 Thread Pavel Sanda
Guenter Milde wrote: There is a request and patch from 2008-11-19 (bug #3218): http://bugzilla.lyx.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3218 unfortunately that is not general solution. pavel

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-12 Thread Pavel Sanda
Vincent van Ravesteijn wrote: No, no easy tweak. I think someone may have introduced a Don't show this message again type thing, but I'm not sure if it'll make it into 1.6.2. Vincent, did you do that? Or were we just talking about it? rh No. Someone just acknowledges that it was a good

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-12 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-03-12, Pavel Sanda wrote: Guenter Milde wrote: There is a request and patch from 2008-11-19 (bug #3218): http://bugzilla.lyx.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3218 unfortunately that is not general solution. What is missing?

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-12 Thread Pavel Sanda
Guenter Milde wrote: On 2009-03-12, Pavel Sanda wrote: Guenter Milde wrote: There is a request and patch from 2008-11-19 (bug #3218): http://bugzilla.lyx.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3218 unfortunately that is not general solution. What is missing? rewrite of the Alert class which could

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-12 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-03-11, Vincent van Ravesteijn wrote: Richard Heck schreef: Axel Heim wrote: Hi, on the lyx-webpage (see references below) it is recommended to use a math macro file to collect all personal macros. When I do that, I encounter the problem that lyx complains with popup windows upon

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-12 Thread Pavel Sanda
Guenter Milde wrote: There is a request and patch from 2008-11-19 (bug #3218): http://bugzilla.lyx.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3218 unfortunately that is not general solution. pavel

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-12 Thread Pavel Sanda
Vincent van Ravesteijn wrote: No, no easy tweak. I think someone may have introduced a Don't show this message again type thing, but I'm not sure if it'll make it into 1.6.2. Vincent, did you do that? Or were we just talking about it? rh No. Someone just acknowledges that it was a good

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-12 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-03-12, Pavel Sanda wrote: Guenter Milde wrote: There is a request and patch from 2008-11-19 (bug #3218): http://bugzilla.lyx.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3218 unfortunately that is not general solution. What is missing?

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-12 Thread Pavel Sanda
Guenter Milde wrote: On 2009-03-12, Pavel Sanda wrote: Guenter Milde wrote: There is a request and patch from 2008-11-19 (bug #3218): http://bugzilla.lyx.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3218 unfortunately that is not general solution. What is missing? rewrite of the Alert class which could

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-12 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-03-11, Vincent van Ravesteijn wrote: > Richard Heck schreef: >> Axel Heim wrote: >>> Hi, on the lyx-webpage (see references below) it is recommended to use a >>> math macro file to collect all personal macros. When I do that, I >>> encounter the p

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-12 Thread Pavel Sanda
Guenter Milde wrote: > There is a request and patch from 2008-11-19 (bug #3218): > http://bugzilla.lyx.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3218 unfortunately that is not general solution. pavel

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-12 Thread Pavel Sanda
Vincent van Ravesteijn wrote: >> No, no easy tweak. I think someone may have introduced a "Don't show this >> message again" type thing, but I'm not sure if it'll make it into 1.6.2. >> Vincent, did you do that? Or were we just talking about it? >> >> rh >> > No. Someone just acknowledges that

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-12 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-03-12, Pavel Sanda wrote: > Guenter Milde wrote: >> There is a request and patch from 2008-11-19 (bug #3218): >> http://bugzilla.lyx.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3218 > unfortunately that is not general solution. What is missing?

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-12 Thread Pavel Sanda
Guenter Milde wrote: > On 2009-03-12, Pavel Sanda wrote: > > Guenter Milde wrote: > >> There is a request and patch from 2008-11-19 (bug #3218): > >> http://bugzilla.lyx.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3218 > > > unfortunately that is not general solution. > > What is missing? rewrite of the Alert class

math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-11 Thread Axel Heim
Hi, on the lyx-webpage (see references below) it is recommended to use a math macro file to collect all personal macros. When I do that, I encounter the problem that lyx complains with popup windows upon compilation if the document class of the child document (which contains my macros

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-11 Thread Richard Heck
Axel Heim wrote: Hi, on the lyx-webpage (see references below) it is recommended to use a math macro file to collect all personal macros. When I do that, I encounter the problem that lyx complains with popup windows upon compilation if the document class of the child document (which contains my

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-11 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn
Richard Heck schreef: Axel Heim wrote: Hi, on the lyx-webpage (see references below) it is recommended to use a math macro file to collect all personal macros. When I do that, I encounter the problem that lyx complains with popup windows upon compilation if the document class of the child

math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-11 Thread Axel Heim
Hi, on the lyx-webpage (see references below) it is recommended to use a math macro file to collect all personal macros. When I do that, I encounter the problem that lyx complains with popup windows upon compilation if the document class of the child document (which contains my macros

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-11 Thread Richard Heck
Axel Heim wrote: Hi, on the lyx-webpage (see references below) it is recommended to use a math macro file to collect all personal macros. When I do that, I encounter the problem that lyx complains with popup windows upon compilation if the document class of the child document (which contains my

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-11 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn
Richard Heck schreef: Axel Heim wrote: Hi, on the lyx-webpage (see references below) it is recommended to use a math macro file to collect all personal macros. When I do that, I encounter the problem that lyx complains with popup windows upon compilation if the document class of the child

math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-11 Thread Axel Heim
Hi, on the lyx-webpage (see references below) it is recommended to use a math macro file to collect all personal macros. When I do that, I encounter the problem that lyx complains with popup windows upon compilation if the document class of the child document (which contains my macros

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-11 Thread Richard Heck
Axel Heim wrote: Hi, on the lyx-webpage (see references below) it is recommended to use a math macro file to collect all personal macros. When I do that, I encounter the problem that lyx complains with popup windows upon compilation if the document class of the child document (which contains my

Re: math-macro-file child-document class issue

2009-03-11 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn
Richard Heck schreef: Axel Heim wrote: Hi, on the lyx-webpage (see references below) it is recommended to use a math macro file to collect all personal macros. When I do that, I encounter the problem that lyx complains with popup windows upon compilation if the document class of the child

Re: math macro

2008-10-02 Thread anu saxena
said. But what do you mean nothing happened? When did nothing happen? Maybe we should start with a simple case. Do this. Exactly. Alt-x to open the mini-buffer Type: math-macro test 1, return. You should see the first screenshot below. Put the cursor in the first of the boxes, and type

Re: math macro

2008-10-02 Thread anu saxena
this. Exactly. Alt-x to open the mini-buffer Type: math-macro test 1, return. You should see the first screenshot below. Put the cursor in the first of the boxes, and type: \#1\times\#1, just as written, then a space. You should then see the second shot. Now enter a new line, type Ctrl-M

Re: math macro

2008-10-02 Thread rgheck
anu saxena wrote: I may mention that I have done Lyx version 1.4.3 Oh, well, in that case, you should upgrade to a more recent version. That's very old now. Richard

math-macro

2008-10-02 Thread anu saxena
This is to thank you . It finally worked even in Lyx 1.4.3 installed on a linux system . It helped to know that one needs to do alt+X to get the buffer .

Re: math macro

2008-10-02 Thread anu saxena
said. But what do you mean nothing happened? When did nothing happen? Maybe we should start with a simple case. Do this. Exactly. Alt-x to open the mini-buffer Type: math-macro test 1, return. You should see the first screenshot below. Put the cursor in the first of the boxes, and type

Re: math macro

2008-10-02 Thread anu saxena
this. Exactly. Alt-x to open the mini-buffer Type: math-macro test 1, return. You should see the first screenshot below. Put the cursor in the first of the boxes, and type: \#1\times\#1, just as written, then a space. You should then see the second shot. Now enter a new line, type Ctrl-M

Re: math macro

2008-10-02 Thread rgheck
anu saxena wrote: I may mention that I have done Lyx version 1.4.3 Oh, well, in that case, you should upgrade to a more recent version. That's very old now. Richard

math-macro

2008-10-02 Thread anu saxena
This is to thank you . It finally worked even in Lyx 1.4.3 installed on a linux system . It helped to know that one needs to do alt+X to get the buffer .

Re: math macro

2008-10-02 Thread anu saxena
and one for each argument. But > the macro definition itself will show only two, as I said. > > But what do you mean "nothing happened"? When did nothing happen? > > Maybe we should start with a simple case. Do this. Exactly. > > Alt-x to open the mini-buffer > Type

Re: math macro

2008-10-02 Thread anu saxena
;> the macro definition itself will show only two, as I said. >> >> But what do you mean "nothing happened"? When did nothing happen? >> >> Maybe we should start with a simple case. Do this. Exactly. >> >> Alt-x to open the mini-buffer >>

Re: math macro

2008-10-02 Thread rgheck
anu saxena wrote: I may mention that I have done Lyx version 1.4.3 Oh, well, in that case, you should upgrade to a more recent version. That's very old now. Richard

math-macro

2008-10-02 Thread anu saxena
This is to thank you . It finally worked even in Lyx 1.4.3 installed on a linux system . It helped to know that one needs to do alt+X to get the buffer .

math macro

2008-10-01 Thread anu saxena
hi I have installed Lyx version 1.5.5 . I am trying to create a math macro as described in the User's guide of the documentation . when I execute the command math-macro name 3 in the mini-buffer I do not get four red boxes instead I get only two . I have tried doing that atleast fifteen or twenty

Re: math macro

2008-10-01 Thread Uwe Stöhr
anu saxena schrieb: I am trying to create a math macro as described in the User's guide of the documentation . when I execute the command math-macro name 3 in the mini-buffer I do not get four red boxes instead I get only two . The macro handling in LyX 1.5 is buggy, in the upcoming LyX 1.6

Re: math macro

2008-10-01 Thread Richard Heck
anu saxena schrieb: I am trying to create a math macro as described in the User's guide of the documentation . when I execute the command math-macro name 3 in the mini-buffer I do not get four red boxes instead I get only two . You shouldn't get four boxes, just the two. Then you enter

math macro

2008-10-01 Thread anu saxena
hi I have installed Lyx version 1.5.5 . I am trying to create a math macro as described in the User's guide of the documentation . when I execute the command math-macro name 3 in the mini-buffer I do not get four red boxes instead I get only two . I have tried doing that atleast fifteen or twenty

Re: math macro

2008-10-01 Thread Uwe Stöhr
anu saxena schrieb: I am trying to create a math macro as described in the User's guide of the documentation . when I execute the command math-macro name 3 in the mini-buffer I do not get four red boxes instead I get only two . The macro handling in LyX 1.5 is buggy, in the upcoming LyX 1.6

Re: math macro

2008-10-01 Thread Richard Heck
anu saxena schrieb: I am trying to create a math macro as described in the User's guide of the documentation . when I execute the command math-macro name 3 in the mini-buffer I do not get four red boxes instead I get only two . You shouldn't get four boxes, just the two. Then you enter

math macro

2008-10-01 Thread anu saxena
hi I have installed Lyx version 1.5.5 . I am trying to create a math macro as described in the User's guide of the documentation . when I execute the command math-macro name 3 in the mini-buffer I do not get four red boxes instead I get only two . I have tried doing that atleast fifteen or twenty

Re: math macro

2008-10-01 Thread Uwe Stöhr
anu saxena schrieb: I am trying to create a math macro as described in the User's guide of the documentation . when I execute the command math-macro name 3 in the mini-buffer I do not get four red boxes instead I get only two . The macro handling in LyX 1.5 is buggy, in the upcoming LyX 1.6

Re: math macro

2008-10-01 Thread Richard Heck
anu saxena schrieb: I am trying to create a math macro as described in the User's guide of the documentation . when I execute the command math-macro name 3 in the mini-buffer I do not get four red boxes instead I get only two . You shouldn't get four boxes, just the two. Then you enter

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-30 Thread Bruce Pourciau
\overrightarrow by defining a quick math- macro, e.g.: \newcommand{\ora}[1]{\overrightarrow{#1}} Remember that you can actually type that into LyX, then highlight it, and hit Ctrl-M to declare the macro. And then, if you like, you can define a shortcut for this: math-insert \ora is the function you

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-30 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Bruce Pourciau wrote: However, I'd be tempted to take a different route. Pick a key combination you don't have much use for and bind it to 'math-insert \overrightarrow'. Then whack that key combo while you're in a math inset and type whatever your vectorizing under the arrow. /Paul

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-30 Thread rgheck
Paul A. Rubin wrote: Bruce Pourciau wrote: However, I'd be tempted to take a different route. Pick a key combination you don't have much use for and bind it to 'math-insert \overrightarrow'. Then whack that key combo while you're in a math inset and type whatever your vectorizing under the

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-30 Thread Bruce Pourciau
\overrightarrow by defining a quick math- macro, e.g.: \newcommand{\ora}[1]{\overrightarrow{#1}} Remember that you can actually type that into LyX, then highlight it, and hit Ctrl-M to declare the macro. And then, if you like, you can define a shortcut for this: math-insert \ora is the function you

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-30 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Bruce Pourciau wrote: However, I'd be tempted to take a different route. Pick a key combination you don't have much use for and bind it to 'math-insert \overrightarrow'. Then whack that key combo while you're in a math inset and type whatever your vectorizing under the arrow. /Paul

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-30 Thread rgheck
Paul A. Rubin wrote: Bruce Pourciau wrote: However, I'd be tempted to take a different route. Pick a key combination you don't have much use for and bind it to 'math-insert \overrightarrow'. Then whack that key combo while you're in a math inset and type whatever your vectorizing under the

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-30 Thread Bruce Pourciau
\overrightarrow by defining a quick math- macro, e.g.: \newcommand{\ora}[1]{\overrightarrow{#1}} Remember that you can actually type that into LyX, then highlight it, and hit Ctrl-M to declare the macro. And then, if you like, you can define a shortcut for this: "math-insert \ora" is the fu

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-30 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Bruce Pourciau wrote: However, I'd be tempted to take a different route. Pick a key combination you don't have much use for and bind it to 'math-insert \overrightarrow'. Then whack that key combo while you're in a math inset and type whatever your vectorizing under the arrow. /Paul

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-30 Thread rgheck
Paul A. Rubin wrote: Bruce Pourciau wrote: However, I'd be tempted to take a different route. Pick a key combination you don't have much use for and bind it to 'math-insert \overrightarrow'. Then whack that key combo while you're in a math inset and type whatever your vectorizing under the

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-27 Thread G. Milde
On 24.07.08, rgheck wrote: Bruce Pourciau wrote: A paper I'm writing has a googolplex of symbols with an \overrightarrow overhead. What would be the best way to make these insertions in math mode as quick as possible? Well, you can shorten \overrightarrow by defining a quick math-macro

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-27 Thread Paul A. Rubin
rgheck wrote: Bruce Pourciau wrote: A paper I'm writing has a googolplex of symbols with an \overrightarrow overhead. What would be the best way to make these insertions in math mode as quick as possible? Well, you can shorten \overrightarrow by defining a quick math-macro, e.g

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-27 Thread G. Milde
On 24.07.08, rgheck wrote: Bruce Pourciau wrote: A paper I'm writing has a googolplex of symbols with an \overrightarrow overhead. What would be the best way to make these insertions in math mode as quick as possible? Well, you can shorten \overrightarrow by defining a quick math-macro

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-27 Thread Paul A. Rubin
rgheck wrote: Bruce Pourciau wrote: A paper I'm writing has a googolplex of symbols with an \overrightarrow overhead. What would be the best way to make these insertions in math mode as quick as possible? Well, you can shorten \overrightarrow by defining a quick math-macro, e.g

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-27 Thread G. Milde
s with the new math macros in 1.6).) > And then, if you like, you can define a shortcut for this: "math-insert > \ora" is the function you would want. Well, with a shortcut defined in a bind file, you might even leave out the math-macro definition and do bind "math-insert \overrightarrow" Günter

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-27 Thread Paul A. Rubin
rgheck wrote: Bruce Pourciau wrote: A paper I'm writing has a googolplex of symbols with an \overrightarrow overhead. What would be the best way to make these insertions in math mode as quick as possible? Well, you can shorten \overrightarrow by defining a quick math-macro, e.g

Math Macro

2008-07-24 Thread Bruce Pourciau
A paper I'm writing has a googolplex of symbols with an \overrightarrow overhead. What would be the best way to make these insertions in math mode as quick as possible? Bruce

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-24 Thread rgheck
Bruce Pourciau wrote: A paper I'm writing has a googolplex of symbols with an \overrightarrow overhead. What would be the best way to make these insertions in math mode as quick as possible? Well, you can shorten \overrightarrow by defining a quick math-macro, e.g.: \newcommand{\ora}[1

Math Macro

2008-07-24 Thread Bruce Pourciau
A paper I'm writing has a googolplex of symbols with an \overrightarrow overhead. What would be the best way to make these insertions in math mode as quick as possible? Bruce

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-24 Thread rgheck
Bruce Pourciau wrote: A paper I'm writing has a googolplex of symbols with an \overrightarrow overhead. What would be the best way to make these insertions in math mode as quick as possible? Well, you can shorten \overrightarrow by defining a quick math-macro, e.g.: \newcommand{\ora}[1

Math Macro

2008-07-24 Thread Bruce Pourciau
A paper I'm writing has a googolplex of symbols with an \overrightarrow overhead. What would be the best way to make these insertions in math mode as quick as possible? Bruce

Re: Math Macro

2008-07-24 Thread rgheck
Bruce Pourciau wrote: A paper I'm writing has a googolplex of symbols with an \overrightarrow overhead. What would be the best way to make these insertions in math mode as quick as possible? Well, you can shorten \overrightarrow by defining a quick math-macro, e.g.: \newcommand{\ora}[1

math-macro and inline editing

2007-02-15 Thread Stefan Schimanski
Hi! I want to make heavy use of math-macros to create type inference rules using proof.sty. I defined some macros using the \frac construct in the right box of the math-macro definition as preview, with several arguments #1, #2, ... In the left box I use the corresponding commands from

Re: math-macro and inline editing

2007-02-15 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Stefan == Stefan Schimanski [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Stefan Everything looks great until I try to edit the arguments Stefan of the macro: LyX jumps into a third representation with Stefan several line prefixed with #1, #2 to enter the arguments. Is Stefan it supposed to work like that?

Re: math-macro and inline editing

2007-02-15 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Thu, Feb 15, 2007 at 11:24:23AM +, Stefan Schimanski wrote: Everything looks great until I try to edit the arguments of the macro: LyX jumps into a third representation with several line prefixed with #1, #2 to enter the arguments. Is it supposed to work like that? Sort of,

Re: math-macro and inline editing

2007-02-15 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Thu, Feb 15, 2007 at 01:54:06PM +0100, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: It used to do that, but this was changed in 1.3.x (I think). 1.2 with the math rewrite (I think) One particular problem (which could be avoided) was to know what to do when for example #1 is used twice. This did not work

Re: math-macro and inline editing

2007-02-15 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Andre == Andre Poenitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Why isn't LyX using my preview definition for the macro with some placeholder boxes as the arguments? Andre Navigation between the arguments is non-obvious. Macro Andre arguments can be used more than once. We could decide that only the first

Re: math-macro and inline editing

2007-02-15 Thread Stefan Schimanski
Why isn't LyX using my preview definition for the macro with some placeholder boxes as the arguments? Navigation between the arguments is non-obvious. Macro arguments can be used more than once. But as I understand the second part of the macro is the editing template. That uses a usual

math-macro and inline editing

2007-02-15 Thread Stefan Schimanski
Hi! I want to make heavy use of math-macros to create type inference rules using proof.sty. I defined some macros using the \frac construct in the right box of the math-macro definition as preview, with several arguments #1, #2, ... In the left box I use the corresponding commands from

Re: math-macro and inline editing

2007-02-15 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Stefan == Stefan Schimanski [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Stefan Everything looks great until I try to edit the arguments Stefan of the macro: LyX jumps into a third representation with Stefan several line prefixed with #1, #2 to enter the arguments. Is Stefan it supposed to work like that?

Re: math-macro and inline editing

2007-02-15 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Thu, Feb 15, 2007 at 11:24:23AM +, Stefan Schimanski wrote: Everything looks great until I try to edit the arguments of the macro: LyX jumps into a third representation with several line prefixed with #1, #2 to enter the arguments. Is it supposed to work like that? Sort of,

Re: math-macro and inline editing

2007-02-15 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Thu, Feb 15, 2007 at 01:54:06PM +0100, Jean-Marc Lasgouttes wrote: It used to do that, but this was changed in 1.3.x (I think). 1.2 with the math rewrite (I think) One particular problem (which could be avoided) was to know what to do when for example #1 is used twice. This did not work

Re: math-macro and inline editing

2007-02-15 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Andre == Andre Poenitz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Why isn't LyX using my preview definition for the macro with some placeholder boxes as the arguments? Andre Navigation between the arguments is non-obvious. Macro Andre arguments can be used more than once. We could decide that only the first

Re: math-macro and inline editing

2007-02-15 Thread Stefan Schimanski
Why isn't LyX using my preview definition for the macro with some placeholder boxes as the arguments? Navigation between the arguments is non-obvious. Macro arguments can be used more than once. But as I understand the second part of the macro is the editing template. That uses a usual

math-macro and inline editing

2007-02-15 Thread Stefan Schimanski
Hi! I want to make heavy use of math-macros to create type inference rules using proof.sty. I defined some macros using the \frac construct in the right box of the math-macro definition as preview, with several arguments #1, #2, ... In the left box I use the corresponding commands from

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