Re: Problem with cross references

2011-09-18 Thread Alain Didierjean


- Mail original -
 De: Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu
 À: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
 Envoyé: Dimanche 18 Septembre 2011 03:58:29
 Objet: Re: Problem with cross references

 Alain Didierjean alain.didierjean at free.fr writes:


  Any other suggestions ? What's this active character problem
  about ?
  It's a mess as I need this documents printed on monday !

 Do you have Unicode characters (or something other than basic latin)
 in the
 reference labels?  Could this be an encoding issue?

 Under the heading desperate times call for desperate measures, you
 might try
 making a copy of the .lyx files and using a plain text editor to
 globally search
 and replace the labels with something that uses only ASCII
 characters.  Then see
 if LyX does any better.

 The problem is a known bug, specific to french and solved in texlive-2011. I 
have found a work around and I'll have my docs in time. Some discussions about 
it are in the french mailing list (in french of course).
Thanks all for the help,


Re: Problem with cross references

2011-09-18 Thread ehud.kap...@gmail.com
I had similar problems with references, which were solved by placing the 
offending character in the .bib file (usually something with an accent)  
with a \?{c}  where ? is the appropriate marker, such as ` or ' or  and 
c is the accented character, usually a, o, e, u or i.It is also 
possible that including the relevant language package (French, Czech, 
German  or whatever) in the Latex system will accomplish the same thing.


Ehud Kaplan

On 9/18/2011 6:07 AM, Alain Didierjean wrote:


- Mail original -

De: Paul A. Rubinru...@msu.edu
À: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
Envoyé: Dimanche 18 Septembre 2011 03:58:29
Objet: Re: Problem with cross references

Alain Didierjeanalain.didierjeanat  free.fr  writes:



Any other suggestions ? What's this active character problem
about ?
It's a mess as I need this documents printed on monday !

Do you have Unicode characters (or something other than basic latin)
in the
reference labels?  Could this be an encoding issue?

Under the heading desperate times call for desperate measures, you
might try
making a copy of the .lyx files and using a plain text editor to
globally search
and replace the labels with something that uses only ASCII
characters.  Then see
if LyX does any better.


  The problem is a known bug, specific to french and solved in texlive-2011. I 
have found a work around and I'll have my docs in time. Some discussions about 
it are in the french mailing list (in french of course).
Thanks all for the help,


--
Ehud Kaplan, Ph.D.
Jules and Doris Stein /Research to Prevent Blindness /Professor
*Director*, Center of Excellence for /Computational  System neuroscience,
The Friedman Brain Institute, MSSM/
*Director*, The laboratory of /Visual  Computational Neuroscience/
Depts. of Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Chemical  Structural Biology
The Mount Sinai School of Medicine
One Gustave Levy Place
New York, NY, 10029


Fwd: Problem with cross references

2011-09-18 Thread Murat Yildizoglu


--
Murat Yildizoglu
murat.yildizo...@univ-cezanne.fr

Début du message transféré :

 Expéditeur: Murat Yildizoglu myi...@gmail.com
 Date: 18 septembre 2011 14:22:36 HAEC
 Destinataire: ehud.kap...@mssm.edu ehud.kap...@mssm.edu
 Objet: Rép : Problem with cross references
 

 I have also seen sometime incompatible dash characters pasted in a bibtex 
 file. 
 
 --
 Murat Yildizoglu
 murat.yildizo...@univ-cezanne.fr
 
 Le 18 sept. 2011 à 13:43, ehud.kap...@gmail.com ehud.kap...@gmail.com a 
 écrit :
 
 I had similar problems with references, which were solved by placing the 
 offending character in the .bib file (usually something with an accent)  
 with a \?{c}  where ? is the appropriate marker, such as ` or ' or  and c 
 is the accented character, usually a, o, e, u or i.It is also possible 
 that including the relevant language package (French, Czech, German  or 
 whatever) in the Latex system will accomplish the same thing.
 
 Ehud Kaplan
 
 On 9/18/2011 6:07 AM, Alain Didierjean wrote:
 
 - Mail original -
 De: Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu
 À: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
 Envoyé: Dimanche 18 Septembre 2011 03:58:29
 Objet: Re: Problem with cross references
 
 Alain Didierjean alain.didierjean at free.fr writes:
 
 
 Any other suggestions ? What's this active character problem
 about ?
 It's a mess as I need this documents printed on monday !
 Do you have Unicode characters (or something other than basic latin)
 in the
 reference labels?  Could this be an encoding issue?
 
 Under the heading desperate times call for desperate measures, you
 might try
 making a copy of the .lyx files and using a plain text editor to
 globally search
 and replace the labels with something that uses only ASCII
 characters.  Then see
 if LyX does any better.
 
  The problem is a known bug, specific to french and solved in texlive-2011. 
 I have found a work around and I'll have my docs in time. Some discussions 
 about it are in the french mailing list (in french of course).
 Thanks all for the help,
 
 -- 
 Ehud Kaplan, Ph.D.
 Jules and Doris Stein Research to Prevent Blindness Professor
 Director, Center of Excellence for Computational  System neuroscience,
 The Friedman Brain Institute, MSSM
 Director, The laboratory of Visual  Computational Neuroscience
 Depts. of Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Chemical  Structural Biology
 The Mount Sinai School of Medicine
 One Gustave Levy Place
 New York, NY, 10029


Re: Problem with cross references

2011-09-18 Thread Alain Didierjean


- Mail original -
 De: Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu
 À: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
 Envoyé: Dimanche 18 Septembre 2011 03:58:29
 Objet: Re: Problem with cross references

 Alain Didierjean alain.didierjean at free.fr writes:


  Any other suggestions ? What's this active character problem
  about ?
  It's a mess as I need this documents printed on monday !

 Do you have Unicode characters (or something other than basic latin)
 in the
 reference labels?  Could this be an encoding issue?

 Under the heading desperate times call for desperate measures, you
 might try
 making a copy of the .lyx files and using a plain text editor to
 globally search
 and replace the labels with something that uses only ASCII
 characters.  Then see
 if LyX does any better.

 The problem is a known bug, specific to french and solved in texlive-2011. I 
have found a work around and I'll have my docs in time. Some discussions about 
it are in the french mailing list (in french of course).
Thanks all for the help,


Re: Problem with cross references

2011-09-18 Thread ehud.kap...@gmail.com
I had similar problems with references, which were solved by placing the 
offending character in the .bib file (usually something with an accent)  
with a \?{c}  where ? is the appropriate marker, such as ` or ' or  and 
c is the accented character, usually a, o, e, u or i.It is also 
possible that including the relevant language package (French, Czech, 
German  or whatever) in the Latex system will accomplish the same thing.


Ehud Kaplan

On 9/18/2011 6:07 AM, Alain Didierjean wrote:


- Mail original -

De: Paul A. Rubinru...@msu.edu
À: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
Envoyé: Dimanche 18 Septembre 2011 03:58:29
Objet: Re: Problem with cross references

Alain Didierjeanalain.didierjeanat  free.fr  writes:



Any other suggestions ? What's this active character problem
about ?
It's a mess as I need this documents printed on monday !

Do you have Unicode characters (or something other than basic latin)
in the
reference labels?  Could this be an encoding issue?

Under the heading desperate times call for desperate measures, you
might try
making a copy of the .lyx files and using a plain text editor to
globally search
and replace the labels with something that uses only ASCII
characters.  Then see
if LyX does any better.


  The problem is a known bug, specific to french and solved in texlive-2011. I 
have found a work around and I'll have my docs in time. Some discussions about 
it are in the french mailing list (in french of course).
Thanks all for the help,


--
Ehud Kaplan, Ph.D.
Jules and Doris Stein /Research to Prevent Blindness /Professor
*Director*, Center of Excellence for /Computational  System neuroscience,
The Friedman Brain Institute, MSSM/
*Director*, The laboratory of /Visual  Computational Neuroscience/
Depts. of Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Chemical  Structural Biology
The Mount Sinai School of Medicine
One Gustave Levy Place
New York, NY, 10029


Fwd: Problem with cross references

2011-09-18 Thread Murat Yildizoglu


--
Murat Yildizoglu
murat.yildizo...@univ-cezanne.fr

Début du message transféré :

 Expéditeur: Murat Yildizoglu myi...@gmail.com
 Date: 18 septembre 2011 14:22:36 HAEC
 Destinataire: ehud.kap...@mssm.edu ehud.kap...@mssm.edu
 Objet: Rép : Problem with cross references
 

 I have also seen sometime incompatible dash characters pasted in a bibtex 
 file. 
 
 --
 Murat Yildizoglu
 murat.yildizo...@univ-cezanne.fr
 
 Le 18 sept. 2011 à 13:43, ehud.kap...@gmail.com ehud.kap...@gmail.com a 
 écrit :
 
 I had similar problems with references, which were solved by placing the 
 offending character in the .bib file (usually something with an accent)  
 with a \?{c}  where ? is the appropriate marker, such as ` or ' or  and c 
 is the accented character, usually a, o, e, u or i.It is also possible 
 that including the relevant language package (French, Czech, German  or 
 whatever) in the Latex system will accomplish the same thing.
 
 Ehud Kaplan
 
 On 9/18/2011 6:07 AM, Alain Didierjean wrote:
 
 - Mail original -
 De: Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu
 À: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
 Envoyé: Dimanche 18 Septembre 2011 03:58:29
 Objet: Re: Problem with cross references
 
 Alain Didierjean alain.didierjean at free.fr writes:
 
 
 Any other suggestions ? What's this active character problem
 about ?
 It's a mess as I need this documents printed on monday !
 Do you have Unicode characters (or something other than basic latin)
 in the
 reference labels?  Could this be an encoding issue?
 
 Under the heading desperate times call for desperate measures, you
 might try
 making a copy of the .lyx files and using a plain text editor to
 globally search
 and replace the labels with something that uses only ASCII
 characters.  Then see
 if LyX does any better.
 
  The problem is a known bug, specific to french and solved in texlive-2011. 
 I have found a work around and I'll have my docs in time. Some discussions 
 about it are in the french mailing list (in french of course).
 Thanks all for the help,
 
 -- 
 Ehud Kaplan, Ph.D.
 Jules and Doris Stein Research to Prevent Blindness Professor
 Director, Center of Excellence for Computational  System neuroscience,
 The Friedman Brain Institute, MSSM
 Director, The laboratory of Visual  Computational Neuroscience
 Depts. of Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Chemical  Structural Biology
 The Mount Sinai School of Medicine
 One Gustave Levy Place
 New York, NY, 10029


Re: Problem with cross references

2011-09-18 Thread Alain Didierjean


- Mail original -
> De: "Paul A. Rubin" <ru...@msu.edu>
> À: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
> Envoyé: Dimanche 18 Septembre 2011 03:58:29
> Objet: Re: Problem with cross references
>
> Alain Didierjean  free.fr> writes:
>
>
> > Any other suggestions ? What's this "active character" problem
> > about ?
> > It's a mess as I need this documents printed on monday !
>
> Do you have Unicode characters (or something other than basic latin)
> in the
> reference labels?  Could this be an encoding issue?
>
> Under the heading "desperate times call for desperate measures", you
> might try
> making a copy of the .lyx files and using a plain text editor to
> globally search
> and replace the labels with something that uses only ASCII
> characters.  Then see
> if LyX does any better.
>
 The problem is a known bug, specific to french and solved in texlive-2011. I 
have found a work around and I'll have my docs in time. Some discussions about 
it are in the french mailing list (in french of course).
Thanks all for the help,


Re: Problem with cross references

2011-09-18 Thread ehud.kap...@gmail.com
I had similar problems with references, which were solved by placing the 
offending character in the .bib file (usually something with an accent)  
with a \?{c}  where ? is the appropriate marker, such as ` or ' or " and 
c is the accented character, usually a, o, e, u or i.It is also 
possible that including the relevant language package (French, Czech, 
German  or whatever) in the Latex system will accomplish the same thing.


Ehud Kaplan

On 9/18/2011 6:07 AM, Alain Didierjean wrote:


- Mail original -

De: "Paul A. Rubin"<ru...@msu.edu>
À: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
Envoyé: Dimanche 18 Septembre 2011 03:58:29
Objet: Re: Problem with cross references

Alain Didierjean<alain.didierjean  free.fr>  writes:



Any other suggestions ? What's this "active character" problem
about ?
It's a mess as I need this documents printed on monday !

Do you have Unicode characters (or something other than basic latin)
in the
reference labels?  Could this be an encoding issue?

Under the heading "desperate times call for desperate measures", you
might try
making a copy of the .lyx files and using a plain text editor to
globally search
and replace the labels with something that uses only ASCII
characters.  Then see
if LyX does any better.


  The problem is a known bug, specific to french and solved in texlive-2011. I 
have found a work around and I'll have my docs in time. Some discussions about 
it are in the french mailing list (in french of course).
Thanks all for the help,


--
Ehud Kaplan, Ph.D.
Jules and Doris Stein /Research to Prevent Blindness /Professor
*Director*, Center of Excellence for /Computational & System neuroscience,
The Friedman Brain Institute, MSSM/
*Director*, The laboratory of /Visual & Computational Neuroscience/
Depts. of Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Chemical & Structural Biology
The Mount Sinai School of Medicine
One Gustave Levy Place
New York, NY, 10029


Fwd: Problem with cross references

2011-09-18 Thread Murat Yildizoglu


--
Murat Yildizoglu
murat.yildizo...@univ-cezanne.fr

Début du message transféré :

> Expéditeur: Murat Yildizoglu <myi...@gmail.com>
> Date: 18 septembre 2011 14:22:36 HAEC
> Destinataire: "ehud.kap...@mssm.edu" <ehud.kap...@mssm.edu>
> Objet: Rép : Problem with cross references
> 

> I have also seen sometime incompatible dash characters pasted in a bibtex 
> file. 
> 
> --
> Murat Yildizoglu
> murat.yildizo...@univ-cezanne.fr
> 
> Le 18 sept. 2011 à 13:43, "ehud.kap...@gmail.com" <ehud.kap...@gmail.com> a 
> écrit :
> 
>> I had similar problems with references, which were solved by placing the 
>> offending character in the .bib file (usually something with an accent)  
>> with a \?{c}  where ? is the appropriate marker, such as ` or ' or " and c 
>> is the accented character, usually a, o, e, u or i.It is also possible 
>> that including the relevant language package (French, Czech, German  or 
>> whatever) in the Latex system will accomplish the same thing.
>> 
>> Ehud Kaplan
>> 
>> On 9/18/2011 6:07 AM, Alain Didierjean wrote:
>>> 
>>> - Mail original -
>>>> De: "Paul A. Rubin" <ru...@msu.edu>
>>>> À: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
>>>> Envoyé: Dimanche 18 Septembre 2011 03:58:29
>>>> Objet: Re: Problem with cross references
>>>> 
>>>> Alain Didierjean  free.fr> writes:
>>>> 
>>>> 
>>>>> Any other suggestions ? What's this "active character" problem
>>>>> about ?
>>>>> It's a mess as I need this documents printed on monday !
>>>> Do you have Unicode characters (or something other than basic latin)
>>>> in the
>>>> reference labels?  Could this be an encoding issue?
>>>> 
>>>> Under the heading "desperate times call for desperate measures", you
>>>> might try
>>>> making a copy of the .lyx files and using a plain text editor to
>>>> globally search
>>>> and replace the labels with something that uses only ASCII
>>>> characters.  Then see
>>>> if LyX does any better.
>>>> 
>>>  The problem is a known bug, specific to french and solved in texlive-2011. 
>>> I have found a work around and I'll have my docs in time. Some discussions 
>>> about it are in the french mailing list (in french of course).
>>> Thanks all for the help,
>> 
>> -- 
>> Ehud Kaplan, Ph.D.
>> Jules and Doris Stein Research to Prevent Blindness Professor
>> Director, Center of Excellence for Computational & System neuroscience,
>> The Friedman Brain Institute, MSSM
>> Director, The laboratory of Visual & Computational Neuroscience
>> Depts. of Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Chemical & Structural Biology
>> The Mount Sinai School of Medicine
>> One Gustave Levy Place
>> New York, NY, 10029


Re: Problem with cross references

2011-09-17 Thread Paul A . Rubin
Alain Didierjean alain.didierjean at free.fr writes:


 Any other suggestions ? What's this active character problem about ?
 It's a mess as I need this documents printed on monday !

Do you have Unicode characters (or something other than basic latin) in the
reference labels?  Could this be an encoding issue?

Under the heading desperate times call for desperate measures, you might try
making a copy of the .lyx files and using a plain text editor to globally search
and replace the labels with something that uses only ASCII characters.  Then see
if LyX does any better.

HTH,
Paul






Re: Problem with cross references

2011-09-17 Thread Paul A . Rubin
Alain Didierjean alain.didierjean at free.fr writes:


 Any other suggestions ? What's this active character problem about ?
 It's a mess as I need this documents printed on monday !

Do you have Unicode characters (or something other than basic latin) in the
reference labels?  Could this be an encoding issue?

Under the heading desperate times call for desperate measures, you might try
making a copy of the .lyx files and using a plain text editor to globally search
and replace the labels with something that uses only ASCII characters.  Then see
if LyX does any better.

HTH,
Paul






Re: Problem with cross references

2011-09-17 Thread Paul A . Rubin
Alain Didierjean  free.fr> writes:


> Any other suggestions ? What's this "active character" problem about ?
> It's a mess as I need this documents printed on monday !

Do you have Unicode characters (or something other than basic latin) in the
reference labels?  Could this be an encoding issue?

Under the heading "desperate times call for desperate measures", you might try
making a copy of the .lyx files and using a plain text editor to globally search
and replace the labels with something that uses only ASCII characters.  Then see
if LyX does any better.

HTH,
Paul






Problem with cross references

2011-09-15 Thread Alain Didierjean
I have 2 documents, class koma script book (in french) which I started writing 
back in 2004. Since them, I've been working on them, adding more chapters. They 
don't compile on lyx2.0x as they used to, failing on each and every cross 
reference with a message like:

[18]

LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on page 19 unde
fined on input line 595.


LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on page 19 unde
fined on input line 595.

! Missing \endcsname inserted.
to be read again 
   :
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
The control sequence marked to be read again should
not appear between \csname and \endcsname.

! Extra \endcsname.
argument ...E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname 
  \space 
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.

! Undefined control sequence.
\is@pos@num@ #1\@nil -\ifx \@nil #1\@nil 
  \expandafter \@firstoftwo \else \e...
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
The control sequence at the end of the top line
of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have
misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct
spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,
and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.

! Missing number, treated as zero.
to be read again 
   \unskip 
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
(If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)

! Missing = inserted for \ifnum.
to be read again 
   \unskip 
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
I was expecting to see `', `=', or `'. Didn't.

! Missing number, treated as zero.
to be read again 
   \unskip 
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
(If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)

! Extra \endcsname.
\thevpagerefnum ...EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname 
  
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.

! Missing number, treated as zero.
to be read again 
   p
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
(If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)


Overfull \hbox (73.53159pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 590--596
\T1/cmr/m/n/10.95 Jacques Her-brand (cf. [][]  :Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbran
d :Th=E9or=EAme-
 []

Of course, removing the cross references fix the problem... creating a new 
label and cross ref brings it back.
- is this a known problem ?
- any known way to fix this ?
- any idea ?


Re: Problem with cross references

2011-09-15 Thread Richard Heck
On 09/15/2011 06:09 AM, Alain Didierjean wrote:
 I have 2 documents, class koma script book (in french) which I started 
 writing back in 2004. Since them, I've been working on them, adding more 
 chapters. They don't compile on lyx2.0x as they used to, failing on each and 
 every cross reference with a message like:

 [18]

 LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on page 19 
 unde
 fined on input line 595.


 LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on page 19 
 unde
 fined on input line 595.

 ! Missing \endcsname inserted.
 to be read again 
:
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 The control sequence marked to be read again should
 not appear between \csname and \endcsname.

 ! Extra \endcsname.
 argument ...E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname 
   \space 
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.

 ! Undefined control sequence.
 \is@pos@num@ #1\@nil -\ifx \@nil #1\@nil 
   \expandafter \@firstoftwo \else 
 \e...
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 The control sequence at the end of the top line
 of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have
 misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct
 spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,
 and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.

 ! Missing number, treated as zero.
 to be read again 
\unskip 
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
 (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
 look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)

 ! Missing = inserted for \ifnum.
 to be read again 
\unskip 
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 I was expecting to see `', `=', or `'. Didn't.

 ! Missing number, treated as zero.
 to be read again 
\unskip 
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
 (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
 look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)

 ! Extra \endcsname.
 \thevpagerefnum ...EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname 
   
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.

 ! Missing number, treated as zero.
 to be read again 
p
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
 (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
 look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)


 Overfull \hbox (73.53159pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 590--596
 \T1/cmr/m/n/10.95 Jacques Her-brand (cf. [][]  
 :Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbran
 d :Th=E9or=EAme-
  []

 Of course, removing the cross references fix the problem... creating a new 
 label and cross ref brings it back.
 - is this a known problem ?
 - any known way to fix this ?
 - any idea ?

This looks like it might be a form of the active character problem, if
you are using French. You could try switching to refstyle under
DocumentSettingsDocument Class.

Richard




Re: Problem with cross references

2011-09-15 Thread Alain Didierjean


- Mail original -
 De: Richard Heck rgh...@comcast.net
 À: Alain Didierjean alain.didierj...@free.fr
 Cc: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
 Envoyé: Jeudi 15 Septembre 2011 14:07:03
 Objet: Re: Problem with cross references

 On 09/15/2011 06:09 AM, Alain Didierjean wrote:
  I have 2 documents, class koma script book (in french) which I
  started writing back in 2004. Since them, I've been working on
  them, adding more chapters. They don't compile on lyx2.0x as they
  used to, failing on each and every cross reference with a message
  like:
 
  [18]
 
  LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on
  page 19 unde
  fined on input line 595.
 
 
  LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on
  page 19 unde
  fined on input line 595.
 
  ! Missing \endcsname inserted.
  to be read again
 :
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  The control sequence marked to be read again should
  not appear between \csname and \endcsname.
 
  ! Extra \endcsname.
  argument ...E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname
\space
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.
 
  ! Undefined control sequence.
  \is@pos@num@ #1\@nil -\ifx \@nil #1\@nil
\expandafter \@firstoftwo
\else \e...
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  The control sequence at the end of the top line
  of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have
  misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct
  spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,
  and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.
 
  ! Missing number, treated as zero.
  to be read again
 \unskip
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
  (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
  look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)
 
  ! Missing = inserted for \ifnum.
  to be read again
 \unskip
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  I was expecting to see `', `=', or `'. Didn't.
 
  ! Missing number, treated as zero.
  to be read again
 \unskip
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
  (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
  look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)
 
  ! Extra \endcsname.
  \thevpagerefnum ...EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname
 
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.
 
  ! Missing number, treated as zero.
  to be read again
 p
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
  (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
  look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)
 
 
  Overfull \hbox (73.53159pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 590--596
  \T1/cmr/m/n/10.95 Jacques Her-brand (cf. [][]
   :Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbran
  d :Th=E9or=EAme-
   []
 
  Of course, removing the cross references fix the problem...
  creating a new label and cross ref brings it back.
  - is this a known problem ?
  - any known way to fix this ?
  - any idea ?
 
 This looks like it might be a form of the active character problem,
 if
 you are using French. You could try switching to refstyle under
 DocumentSettingsDocument Class.


Did it. Doesn't make any difference.
Any other suggestions ? What's this active character problem about ?
It's a mess as I need this documents printed on monday !


Problem with cross references

2011-09-15 Thread Alain Didierjean
I have 2 documents, class koma script book (in french) which I started writing 
back in 2004. Since them, I've been working on them, adding more chapters. They 
don't compile on lyx2.0x as they used to, failing on each and every cross 
reference with a message like:

[18]

LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on page 19 unde
fined on input line 595.


LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on page 19 unde
fined on input line 595.

! Missing \endcsname inserted.
to be read again 
   :
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
The control sequence marked to be read again should
not appear between \csname and \endcsname.

! Extra \endcsname.
argument ...E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname 
  \space 
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.

! Undefined control sequence.
\is@pos@num@ #1\@nil -\ifx \@nil #1\@nil 
  \expandafter \@firstoftwo \else \e...
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
The control sequence at the end of the top line
of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have
misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct
spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,
and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.

! Missing number, treated as zero.
to be read again 
   \unskip 
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
(If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)

! Missing = inserted for \ifnum.
to be read again 
   \unskip 
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
I was expecting to see `', `=', or `'. Didn't.

! Missing number, treated as zero.
to be read again 
   \unskip 
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
(If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)

! Extra \endcsname.
\thevpagerefnum ...EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname 
  
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.

! Missing number, treated as zero.
to be read again 
   p
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
(If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)


Overfull \hbox (73.53159pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 590--596
\T1/cmr/m/n/10.95 Jacques Her-brand (cf. [][]  :Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbran
d :Th=E9or=EAme-
 []

Of course, removing the cross references fix the problem... creating a new 
label and cross ref brings it back.
- is this a known problem ?
- any known way to fix this ?
- any idea ?


Re: Problem with cross references

2011-09-15 Thread Richard Heck
On 09/15/2011 06:09 AM, Alain Didierjean wrote:
 I have 2 documents, class koma script book (in french) which I started 
 writing back in 2004. Since them, I've been working on them, adding more 
 chapters. They don't compile on lyx2.0x as they used to, failing on each and 
 every cross reference with a message like:

 [18]

 LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on page 19 
 unde
 fined on input line 595.


 LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on page 19 
 unde
 fined on input line 595.

 ! Missing \endcsname inserted.
 to be read again 
:
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 The control sequence marked to be read again should
 not appear between \csname and \endcsname.

 ! Extra \endcsname.
 argument ...E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname 
   \space 
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.

 ! Undefined control sequence.
 \is@pos@num@ #1\@nil -\ifx \@nil #1\@nil 
   \expandafter \@firstoftwo \else 
 \e...
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 The control sequence at the end of the top line
 of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have
 misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct
 spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,
 and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.

 ! Missing number, treated as zero.
 to be read again 
\unskip 
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
 (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
 look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)

 ! Missing = inserted for \ifnum.
 to be read again 
\unskip 
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 I was expecting to see `', `=', or `'. Didn't.

 ! Missing number, treated as zero.
 to be read again 
\unskip 
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
 (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
 look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)

 ! Extra \endcsname.
 \thevpagerefnum ...EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname 
   
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.

 ! Missing number, treated as zero.
 to be read again 
p
 l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
   ).
 A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
 (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
 look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)


 Overfull \hbox (73.53159pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 590--596
 \T1/cmr/m/n/10.95 Jacques Her-brand (cf. [][]  
 :Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbran
 d :Th=E9or=EAme-
  []

 Of course, removing the cross references fix the problem... creating a new 
 label and cross ref brings it back.
 - is this a known problem ?
 - any known way to fix this ?
 - any idea ?

This looks like it might be a form of the active character problem, if
you are using French. You could try switching to refstyle under
DocumentSettingsDocument Class.

Richard




Re: Problem with cross references

2011-09-15 Thread Alain Didierjean


- Mail original -
 De: Richard Heck rgh...@comcast.net
 À: Alain Didierjean alain.didierj...@free.fr
 Cc: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
 Envoyé: Jeudi 15 Septembre 2011 14:07:03
 Objet: Re: Problem with cross references

 On 09/15/2011 06:09 AM, Alain Didierjean wrote:
  I have 2 documents, class koma script book (in french) which I
  started writing back in 2004. Since them, I've been working on
  them, adding more chapters. They don't compile on lyx2.0x as they
  used to, failing on each and every cross reference with a message
  like:
 
  [18]
 
  LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on
  page 19 unde
  fined on input line 595.
 
 
  LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on
  page 19 unde
  fined on input line 595.
 
  ! Missing \endcsname inserted.
  to be read again
 :
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  The control sequence marked to be read again should
  not appear between \csname and \endcsname.
 
  ! Extra \endcsname.
  argument ...E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname
\space
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.
 
  ! Undefined control sequence.
  \is@pos@num@ #1\@nil -\ifx \@nil #1\@nil
\expandafter \@firstoftwo
\else \e...
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  The control sequence at the end of the top line
  of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have
  misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct
  spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,
  and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.
 
  ! Missing number, treated as zero.
  to be read again
 \unskip
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
  (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
  look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)
 
  ! Missing = inserted for \ifnum.
  to be read again
 \unskip
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  I was expecting to see `', `=', or `'. Didn't.
 
  ! Missing number, treated as zero.
  to be read again
 \unskip
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
  (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
  look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)
 
  ! Extra \endcsname.
  \thevpagerefnum ...EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname
 
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.
 
  ! Missing number, treated as zero.
  to be read again
 p
  l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
).
  A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
  (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
  look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)
 
 
  Overfull \hbox (73.53159pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 590--596
  \T1/cmr/m/n/10.95 Jacques Her-brand (cf. [][]
   :Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbran
  d :Th=E9or=EAme-
   []
 
  Of course, removing the cross references fix the problem...
  creating a new label and cross ref brings it back.
  - is this a known problem ?
  - any known way to fix this ?
  - any idea ?
 
 This looks like it might be a form of the active character problem,
 if
 you are using French. You could try switching to refstyle under
 DocumentSettingsDocument Class.


Did it. Doesn't make any difference.
Any other suggestions ? What's this active character problem about ?
It's a mess as I need this documents printed on monday !


Problem with cross references

2011-09-15 Thread Alain Didierjean
I have 2 documents, class koma script book (in french) which I started writing 
back in 2004. Since them, I've been working on them, adding more chapters. They 
don't compile on lyx2.0x as they used to, failing on each and every cross 
reference with a message like:

[18]

LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on page 19 unde
fined on input line 595.


LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on page 19 unde
fined on input line 595.

! Missing \endcsname inserted.
 
   :
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
The control sequence marked  should
not appear between \csname and \endcsname.

! Extra \endcsname.
 ...E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname 
  \space 
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.

! Undefined control sequence.
\is@pos@num@ #1\@nil ->\ifx \@nil #1\@nil 
  \expandafter \@firstoftwo \else \e...
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
The control sequence at the end of the top line
of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have
misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct
spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,
and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.

! Missing number, treated as zero.
 
   \unskip 
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
(If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)

! Missing = inserted for \ifnum.
 
   \unskip 
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
I was expecting to see `<', `=', or `>'. Didn't.

! Missing number, treated as zero.
 
   \unskip 
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
(If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)

! Extra \endcsname.
\thevpagerefnum ...EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname 
  
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.

! Missing number, treated as zero.
 
   p
l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
  ).
A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
(If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)


Overfull \hbox (73.53159pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 590--596
\T1/cmr/m/n/10.95 Jacques Her-brand (cf. [][]  :Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbran
d :Th=E9or=EAme-
 []

Of course, removing the cross references fix the problem... creating a new 
label and cross ref brings it back.
- is this a known problem ?
- any known way to fix this ?
- any idea ?


Re: Problem with cross references

2011-09-15 Thread Richard Heck
On 09/15/2011 06:09 AM, Alain Didierjean wrote:
> I have 2 documents, class koma script book (in french) which I started 
> writing back in 2004. Since them, I've been working on them, adding more 
> chapters. They don't compile on lyx2.0x as they used to, failing on each and 
> every cross reference with a message like:
>
> [18]
>
> LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on page 19 
> unde
> fined on input line 595.
>
>
> LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on page 19 
> unde
> fined on input line 595.
>
> ! Missing \endcsname inserted.
>  
>:
> l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
>   ).
> The control sequence marked  should
> not appear between \csname and \endcsname.
>
> ! Extra \endcsname.
>  ...E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname 
>   \space 
> l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
>   ).
> I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.
>
> ! Undefined control sequence.
> \is@pos@num@ #1\@nil ->\ifx \@nil #1\@nil 
>   \expandafter \@firstoftwo \else 
> \e...
> l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
>   ).
> The control sequence at the end of the top line
> of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have
> misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct
> spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,
> and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.
>
> ! Missing number, treated as zero.
>  
>\unskip 
> l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
>   ).
> A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
> (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
> look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)
>
> ! Missing = inserted for \ifnum.
>  
>\unskip 
> l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
>   ).
> I was expecting to see `<', `=', or `>'. Didn't.
>
> ! Missing number, treated as zero.
>  
>\unskip 
> l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
>   ).
> A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
> (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
> look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)
>
> ! Extra \endcsname.
> \thevpagerefnum ...EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname 
>   
> l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
>   ).
> I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.
>
> ! Missing number, treated as zero.
>  
>p
> l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
>   ).
> A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
> (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
> look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)
>
>
> Overfull \hbox (73.53159pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 590--596
> \T1/cmr/m/n/10.95 Jacques Her-brand (cf. [][]  
> :Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbran
> d :Th=E9or=EAme-
>  []
>
> Of course, removing the cross references fix the problem... creating a new 
> label and cross ref brings it back.
> - is this a known problem ?
> - any known way to fix this ?
> - any idea ?
>
This looks like it might be a form of the "active character" problem, if
you are using French. You could try switching to refstyle under
Document>Settings>Document Class.

Richard




Re: Problem with cross references

2011-09-15 Thread Alain Didierjean


- Mail original -
> De: "Richard Heck" <rgh...@comcast.net>
> À: "Alain Didierjean" <alain.didierj...@free.fr>
> Cc: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org
> Envoyé: Jeudi 15 Septembre 2011 14:07:03
> Objet: Re: Problem with cross references
>
> On 09/15/2011 06:09 AM, Alain Didierjean wrote:
> > I have 2 documents, class koma script book (in french) which I
> > started writing back in 2004. Since them, I've been working on
> > them, adding more chapters. They don't compile on lyx2.0x as they
> > used to, failing on each and every cross reference with a message
> > like:
> >
> > [18]
> >
> > LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on
> > page 19 unde
> > fined on input line 595.
> >
> >
> > LaTeX Warning: Reference `cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand' on
> > page 19 unde
> > fined on input line 595.
> >
> > ! Missing \endcsname inserted.
> > 
> >:
> > l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
> >   ).
> > The control sequence marked  should
> > not appear between \csname and \endcsname.
> >
> > ! Extra \endcsname.
> >  ...E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname
> >   \space
> > l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
> >   ).
> > I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.
> >
> > ! Undefined control sequence.
> > \is@pos@num@ #1\@nil ->\ifx \@nil #1\@nil
> >   \expandafter \@firstoftwo
> >   \else \e...
> > l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
> >   ).
> > The control sequence at the end of the top line
> > of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have
> > misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct
> > spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,
> > and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.
> >
> > ! Missing number, treated as zero.
> > 
> >\unskip
> > l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
> >   ).
> > A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
> > (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
> > look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)
> >
> > ! Missing = inserted for \ifnum.
> > 
> >\unskip
> > l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
> >   ).
> > I was expecting to see `<', `=', or `>'. Didn't.
> >
> > ! Missing number, treated as zero.
> > 
> >\unskip
> > l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
> >   ).
> > A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
> > (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
> > look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)
> >
> > ! Extra \endcsname.
> > \thevpagerefnum ...EAme-de-Herbrand\endcsname
> >
> > l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
> >   ).
> > I'm ignoring this, since I wasn't doing a \csname.
> >
> > ! Missing number, treated as zero.
> > 
> >        p
> > l.595 ...ref{cha:Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbrand}
> >   ).
> > A number should have been here; I inserted `0'.
> > (If you can't figure out why I needed to see a number,
> > look up `weird error' in the index to The TeXbook.)
> >
> >
> > Overfull \hbox (73.53159pt too wide) in paragraph at lines 590--596
> > \T1/cmr/m/n/10.95 Jacques Her-brand (cf. [][]
> >  :Th=E9or=EAme-de-Herbran
> > d :Th=E9or=EAme-
> >  []
> >
> > Of course, removing the cross references fix the problem...
> > creating a new label and cross ref brings it back.
> > - is this a known problem ?
> > - any known way to fix this ?
> > - any idea ?
> >
> This looks like it might be a form of the "active character" problem,
> if
> you are using French. You could try switching to refstyle under
> Document>Settings>Document Class.


Did it. Doesn't make any difference.
Any other suggestions ? What's this "active character" problem about ?
It's a mess as I need this documents printed on monday !


Re: LyX Errors: what can be the problem? Text Cross-references?

2004-06-30 Thread Angus Leeming
Chavoux Luyt wrote:
 Here is the shortened Lyx file. I'm sorry if it is too long, but I
 didn't know what was  important and whar not.

I take it that you never fired up lyx from the console so that you could
see any warning messages it printed out when it loaded your document?

$ qlyx13x luyt.lyx
unusual contents found: [char Y mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char =
mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char a mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char -
mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char b mathalpha][char x mathalpha]
unusual contents found: [char Y mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char =
mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char a mathalpha][char x mathalpha][char  
mathalpha][char - mathalpha][char b mathalpha][sup [char x mathalpha]
[char 2 mathalpha]]

LyX's math editor doesn't sanity-check your latex. If you input garbage,
then garbage is what you get.

The latex way is to use 'Floats' to contain your figures. The Float inset
will allow you to insert a caption. See attached file which now works
perfectly.

Regards,
-- 
Angus

luyt.lyx
Description: application/lyx


Re: LyX Errors: what can be the problem? Text Cross-references?

2004-06-30 Thread Angus Leeming
Chavoux Luyt wrote:
 Here is the shortened Lyx file. I'm sorry if it is too long, but I
 didn't know what was  important and whar not.

I take it that you never fired up lyx from the console so that you could
see any warning messages it printed out when it loaded your document?

$ qlyx13x luyt.lyx
unusual contents found: [char Y mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char =
mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char a mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char -
mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char b mathalpha][char x mathalpha]
unusual contents found: [char Y mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char =
mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char a mathalpha][char x mathalpha][char  
mathalpha][char - mathalpha][char b mathalpha][sup [char x mathalpha]
[char 2 mathalpha]]

LyX's math editor doesn't sanity-check your latex. If you input garbage,
then garbage is what you get.

The latex way is to use 'Floats' to contain your figures. The Float inset
will allow you to insert a caption. See attached file which now works
perfectly.

Regards,
-- 
Angus

luyt.lyx
Description: application/lyx


Re: LyX Errors: what can be the problem? & Text Cross-references?

2004-06-30 Thread Angus Leeming
Chavoux Luyt wrote:
> Here is the shortened Lyx file. I'm sorry if it is too long, but I
> didn't know what was  important and whar not.

I take it that you never fired up lyx from the console so that you could
see any warning messages it printed out when it loaded your document?

$ qlyx13x luyt.lyx
unusual contents found: [char Y mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char =
mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char a mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char -
mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char b mathalpha][char x mathalpha]
unusual contents found: [char Y mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char =
mathalpha][char   mathalpha][char a mathalpha][char x mathalpha][char  
mathalpha][char - mathalpha][char b mathalpha][sup [char x mathalpha]
[char 2 mathalpha]]

LyX's math editor doesn't sanity-check your latex. If you input garbage,
then garbage is what you get.

The latex way is to use 'Floats' to contain your figures. The Float inset
will allow you to insert a caption. See attached file which now works
perfectly.

Regards,
-- 
Angus

luyt.lyx
Description: application/lyx


LyX Errors: what can be the problem? Text Cross-references?

2004-06-29 Thread Luyt Du Chavoux, Mnr [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Hi
I'm pretty new to Linux (Knoppix3.3 - Debian testing/unstable) and LyX. I liked what 
I saw about LyX and want to write my thesis in it if I can. However, When I try to 
export my LyX file to pdf I get 4 latex errors all in this one place. What could be 
the problem? This paragraph is of type Description (It is the closest I could find 
to what I need below a figure). The two formulae is in math mode (with the little blue 
box around them)
Fig.2 The relation between animal gain and stocking rate (Jones  Sandland 1974). 
Using different stocking densities they determined experimentally that the gain in 
mass per animal (Average Daily Gain) drops linearly with an increase in stocking 
density having a relationship of the form:  Y = a - bx (Y is ADG per animal, x is 
stocking density and a and b are parameters determined experimentally). The production 
per hectare on the other hand, is a relationship of the form: Y = ax - bx^{2}   with 
the same parameters as above. In this example, up to about 1 animal per hectare there 
is no change in productivity per animal, usually ascribed to too much low-quality 
vegetative material (Morris et al. 1999) or maximum gain physiologically possible 
(Jones and Sandland 1974). Then, when the critical stocking rate is reached, there 
is a linear drop in production per animal. Assuming no change in the vegetation, the 
economic carrying capacity (max production per hectare) is reached at a stocking 
density of about 2.6 animals per hectare and if reproduction equals mortality (K) at 
the point where animals only just maintain their own body mass, ecological carrying 
capacity is reached at a stocking density of about 4.8 animals per hectare.
The four errors (I don't think they are exactly in the right places, but all are in 
this paragraph) are the following:
1.
Missing $ inserted.
 ...s a relationship of the form:Y = ax - bx^
  {2}
I've inserted a begin-math/end-math symbol since I think
 you left one out. Proceed, with fingers crossed.
 
2.
Missing $ inserted.
 \end{description}
 I've inserted something that you may have forgotten.
 (See the inserted text above.)
 With luck, this will get me unwedged. But if you
really didn't forget anything, try typing `2' now; then
my insertion and my current dilemma will both disappear.
 
3.
LaTeX Error: Something's wrong--perhaps a missing \item.
 \end{description}
 Try typing  return  to proceed.
If that doesn't work, type  X return  to quit.
 
4.
LaTeX Error: Something's wrong--perhaps a missing \item.
 \end{description}
 Try typing  return  to proceed.
 If that doesn't work, type  X return  to quit.
 
Is there a quick way in LyX to turn the view of the document from LyX (just formated 
text) to LaTeX so that I can change the raw LaTeX? Should I do this at all (or is 
there another way to solve this problem)?
 
Another question: Is it possible to use cross-references where the Label (that is 
referenced) uses the first few words of the following text instead of a number and the 
cross-reference then display these words (when I try this, it just displays an empty 
space in the PDF!)? I want to use this for my reference list. I decided not to use 
BibTex (or rather Pybliography) because I already have my references in a Paradox 
database (in a Delphi program) together with keywords and my own notes that can be 
used for searching... it looks as if it will take too much time to get the whole 
database into Pybliographic (and I don't know how much of a searching capability 
Pybliogrphic has). It is easier for me to just copy and paste when I need a new 
reference in my paper.
 
Thanks
Chavoux Luyt


Re: LyX Errors: what can be the problem? Text Cross-references?

2004-06-29 Thread Angus Leeming
Luyt Du Chavoux, Mnr wrote:

 Hi
 I'm pretty new to Linux (Knoppix3.3 - Debian testing/unstable) and LyX.
 I liked what I saw about LyX and want to write my thesis in it if I can.
 However, When I try to export my LyX file to pdf I get 4 latex errors all
 in this one place.

Hello, Luyt.

Please post a minimal .lyx file demonstrating the problems. You don't need
to post the figure, but please reference it inside the .lyx file.

-- 
Angus



LyX Errors: what can be the problem? Text Cross-references?

2004-06-29 Thread Luyt Du Chavoux, Mnr [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Hi
I'm pretty new to Linux (Knoppix3.3 - Debian testing/unstable) and LyX. I liked what 
I saw about LyX and want to write my thesis in it if I can. However, When I try to 
export my LyX file to pdf I get 4 latex errors all in this one place. What could be 
the problem? This paragraph is of type Description (It is the closest I could find 
to what I need below a figure). The two formulae is in math mode (with the little blue 
box around them)
Fig.2 The relation between animal gain and stocking rate (Jones  Sandland 1974). 
Using different stocking densities they determined experimentally that the gain in 
mass per animal (Average Daily Gain) drops linearly with an increase in stocking 
density having a relationship of the form:  Y = a - bx (Y is ADG per animal, x is 
stocking density and a and b are parameters determined experimentally). The production 
per hectare on the other hand, is a relationship of the form: Y = ax - bx^{2}   with 
the same parameters as above. In this example, up to about 1 animal per hectare there 
is no change in productivity per animal, usually ascribed to too much low-quality 
vegetative material (Morris et al. 1999) or maximum gain physiologically possible 
(Jones and Sandland 1974). Then, when the critical stocking rate is reached, there 
is a linear drop in production per animal. Assuming no change in the vegetation, the 
economic carrying capacity (max production per hectare) is reached at a stocking 
density of about 2.6 animals per hectare and if reproduction equals mortality (K) at 
the point where animals only just maintain their own body mass, ecological carrying 
capacity is reached at a stocking density of about 4.8 animals per hectare.
The four errors (I don't think they are exactly in the right places, but all are in 
this paragraph) are the following:
1.
Missing $ inserted.
 ...s a relationship of the form:Y = ax - bx^
  {2}
I've inserted a begin-math/end-math symbol since I think
 you left one out. Proceed, with fingers crossed.
 
2.
Missing $ inserted.
 \end{description}
 I've inserted something that you may have forgotten.
 (See the inserted text above.)
 With luck, this will get me unwedged. But if you
really didn't forget anything, try typing `2' now; then
my insertion and my current dilemma will both disappear.
 
3.
LaTeX Error: Something's wrong--perhaps a missing \item.
 \end{description}
 Try typing  return  to proceed.
If that doesn't work, type  X return  to quit.
 
4.
LaTeX Error: Something's wrong--perhaps a missing \item.
 \end{description}
 Try typing  return  to proceed.
 If that doesn't work, type  X return  to quit.
 
Is there a quick way in LyX to turn the view of the document from LyX (just formated 
text) to LaTeX so that I can change the raw LaTeX? Should I do this at all (or is 
there another way to solve this problem)?
 
Another question: Is it possible to use cross-references where the Label (that is 
referenced) uses the first few words of the following text instead of a number and the 
cross-reference then display these words (when I try this, it just displays an empty 
space in the PDF!)? I want to use this for my reference list. I decided not to use 
BibTex (or rather Pybliography) because I already have my references in a Paradox 
database (in a Delphi program) together with keywords and my own notes that can be 
used for searching... it looks as if it will take too much time to get the whole 
database into Pybliographic (and I don't know how much of a searching capability 
Pybliogrphic has). It is easier for me to just copy and paste when I need a new 
reference in my paper.
 
Thanks
Chavoux Luyt


Re: LyX Errors: what can be the problem? Text Cross-references?

2004-06-29 Thread Angus Leeming
Luyt Du Chavoux, Mnr wrote:

 Hi
 I'm pretty new to Linux (Knoppix3.3 - Debian testing/unstable) and LyX.
 I liked what I saw about LyX and want to write my thesis in it if I can.
 However, When I try to export my LyX file to pdf I get 4 latex errors all
 in this one place.

Hello, Luyt.

Please post a minimal .lyx file demonstrating the problems. You don't need
to post the figure, but please reference it inside the .lyx file.

-- 
Angus



LyX Errors: what can be the problem? & Text Cross-references?

2004-06-29 Thread Luyt Du Chavoux, Mnr <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Hi
I'm pretty new to Linux (Knoppix3.3 -> Debian testing/unstable) and LyX. I liked what 
I saw about LyX and want to write my thesis in it if I can. However, When I try to 
export my LyX file to pdf I get 4 latex errors all in this one place. What could be 
the problem? This "paragraph" is of type "Description" (It is the closest I could find 
to what I need below a figure). The two formulae is in math mode (with the little blue 
box around them)
Fig.2 The relation between animal gain and stocking rate (Jones & Sandland 1974). 
Using different stocking densities they determined experimentally that the gain in 
mass per animal (Average Daily Gain) drops linearly with an increase in stocking 
density having a relationship of the form:  Y = a - bx (Y is ADG per animal, x is 
stocking density and a and b are parameters determined experimentally). The production 
per hectare on the other hand, is a relationship of the form: Y = ax - bx^{2}   with 
the same parameters as above. In this example, up to about 1 animal per hectare there 
is no change in productivity per animal, usually ascribed to too much low-quality 
vegetative material (Morris et al. 1999) or maximum gain physiologically possible 
(Jones and Sandland 1974). Then, when the "critical stocking rate" is reached, there 
is a linear drop in production per animal. Assuming no change in the vegetation, the 
economic carrying capacity (max production per hectare) is reached at a stocking 
density of about 2.6 animals per hectare and if reproduction equals mortality (K) at 
the point where animals only just maintain their own body mass, ecological carrying 
capacity is reached at a stocking density of about 4.8 animals per hectare.
The four errors (I don't think they are exactly in the right places, but all are in 
this paragraph) are the following:
1.
Missing $ inserted.
 ...s a relationship of the form:Y = ax - bx^
  {2}
I've inserted a begin-math/end-math symbol since I think
 you left one out. Proceed, with fingers crossed.
 
2.
Missing $ inserted.
 \end{description}
 I've inserted something that you may have forgotten.
 (See the  above.)
 With luck, this will get me unwedged. But if you
really didn't forget anything, try typing `2' now; then
my insertion and my current dilemma will both disappear.
 
3.
LaTeX Error: Something's wrong--perhaps a missing \item.
 \end{description}
 Try typingto proceed.
If that doesn't work, type  X   to quit.
 
4.
LaTeX Error: Something's wrong--perhaps a missing \item.
 \end{description}
 Try typingto proceed.
 If that doesn't work, type  X   to quit.
 
Is there a quick way in LyX to turn the view of the document from LyX (just formated 
text) to LaTeX so that I can change the raw LaTeX? Should I do this at all (or is 
there another way to solve this problem)?
 
Another question: Is it possible to use cross-references where the Label (that is 
referenced) uses the first few words of the following text instead of a number and the 
cross-reference then display these words (when I try this, it just displays an empty 
space in the PDF!)? I want to use this for my reference list. I decided not to use 
BibTex (or rather Pybliography) because I already have my references in a Paradox 
database (in a Delphi program) together with keywords and my own notes that can be 
used for searching... it looks as if it will take too much time to get the whole 
database into Pybliographic (and I don't know how much of a searching capability 
Pybliogrphic has). It is easier for me to just copy and paste when I need a new 
reference in my paper.
 
Thanks
Chavoux Luyt


Re: LyX Errors: what can be the problem? & Text Cross-references?

2004-06-29 Thread Angus Leeming
Luyt Du Chavoux, Mnr wrote:

> Hi
> I'm pretty new to Linux (Knoppix3.3 -> Debian testing/unstable) and LyX.
> I liked what I saw about LyX and want to write my thesis in it if I can.
> However, When I try to export my LyX file to pdf I get 4 latex errors all
> in this one place.

Hello, Luyt.

Please post a minimal .lyx file demonstrating the problems. You don't need
to post the figure, but please reference it inside the .lyx file.

-- 
Angus