Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2013-01-30 Thread Hiram Ring
Jürgen Spitzmüller spitz@... writes: Johannes Knaus wrote: Yes! That does it! It's now documented on the wiki, together with some related information: http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LinguistLyX#toc16 Jürgen Hi Jürgen, Sorry to re-open this thread, but it no longer works, or at least

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2013-01-30 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
2013/1/30 Hiram Ring: Sorry to re-open this thread, but it no longer works, or at least not on my system. Does LyX now handle glossing differently? Or has the \leftmargini command been subsumed by another command? I posted more details of my issue here:

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2013-01-30 Thread Hiram Ring
Jürgen Spitzmüller spitz at lyx.org writes: The tip on the wiki only changes the example (singular) environment. To achieve the same with examples (plural), add the following to the preamble; \let\oldexamples\examples \let\endoldexamples\endexamples \renewenvironment{examples}{%

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2013-01-30 Thread Hiram Ring
Jürgen Spitzmüller spitz@... writes: Johannes Knaus wrote: Yes! That does it! It's now documented on the wiki, together with some related information: http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LinguistLyX#toc16 Jürgen Hi Jürgen, Sorry to re-open this thread, but it no longer works, or at least

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2013-01-30 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
2013/1/30 Hiram Ring: Sorry to re-open this thread, but it no longer works, or at least not on my system. Does LyX now handle glossing differently? Or has the \leftmargini command been subsumed by another command? I posted more details of my issue here:

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2013-01-30 Thread Hiram Ring
Jürgen Spitzmüller spitz at lyx.org writes: The tip on the wiki only changes the example (singular) environment. To achieve the same with examples (plural), add the following to the preamble; \let\oldexamples\examples \let\endoldexamples\endexamples \renewenvironment{examples}{%

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2013-01-30 Thread Hiram Ring
Jürgen Spitzmüller writes: > > Johannes Knaus wrote: > > Yes! That does it! > > It's now documented on the wiki, together with some related information: > http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LinguistLyX#toc16 > > Jürgen > > Hi Jürgen, Sorry to re-open this thread, but it no longer

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2013-01-30 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
2013/1/30 Hiram Ring: > Sorry to re-open this thread, but it no longer works, or at least not on my > system. Does LyX now handle glossing differently? Or has the \leftmargini > command been subsumed by another command? > > I posted more details of my issue here: >

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2013-01-30 Thread Hiram Ring
Jürgen Spitzmüller lyx.org> writes: > > The tip on the wiki only changes the example (singular) environment. > To achieve the same with examples (plural), add the following to the > preamble; > > \let\oldexamples\examples > \let\endoldexamples\endexamples > \renewenvironment{examples}{% >

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-12 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Johannes Knaus wrote: After some days of playing around I still haven't found a solution to the problem. Indeed it seems a very tricky business. It seems that \leftmargin is completely ignored: There are two things to be considered here: 1. leftmargin is differentiated per indendation

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-12 Thread Johannes Knaus
Yes! That does it! A big Thank You from Johannes. Am 12.08.2009 um 10:33 schrieb Jürgen Spitzmüller: Johannes Knaus wrote: After some days of playing around I still haven't found a solution to the problem. Indeed it seems a very tricky business. It seems that \leftmargin is completely

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-12 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Johannes Knaus wrote: Yes! That does it! It's now documented on the wiki, together with some related information: http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LinguistLyX#toc16 Jürgen

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-12 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Johannes Knaus wrote: After some days of playing around I still haven't found a solution to the problem. Indeed it seems a very tricky business. It seems that \leftmargin is completely ignored: There are two things to be considered here: 1. leftmargin is differentiated per indendation

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-12 Thread Johannes Knaus
Yes! That does it! A big Thank You from Johannes. Am 12.08.2009 um 10:33 schrieb Jürgen Spitzmüller: Johannes Knaus wrote: After some days of playing around I still haven't found a solution to the problem. Indeed it seems a very tricky business. It seems that \leftmargin is completely

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-12 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Johannes Knaus wrote: Yes! That does it! It's now documented on the wiki, together with some related information: http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LinguistLyX#toc16 Jürgen

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-12 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Johannes Knaus wrote: > After some days of playing around I still haven't found a solution to > the problem. Indeed it seems a very tricky business. > > It seems that \leftmargin is completely ignored: There are two things to be considered here: 1. leftmargin is differentiated per indendation

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-12 Thread Johannes Knaus
Yes! That does it! A big Thank You from Johannes. Am 12.08.2009 um 10:33 schrieb Jürgen Spitzmüller: Johannes Knaus wrote: After some days of playing around I still haven't found a solution to the problem. Indeed it seems a very tricky business. It seems that \leftmargin is completely

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-12 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Johannes Knaus wrote: > Yes! That does it! It's now documented on the wiki, together with some related information: http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LinguistLyX#toc16 Jürgen

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-11 Thread Johannes Knaus
Hello again, After some days of playing around I still haven't found a solution to the problem. Indeed it seems a very tricky business. It seems that \leftmargin is completely ignored: \setlength{\leftmargin}{2pt} or \setlength{\leftmargin}{92pt} do not change anything in the pdf-output.

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-11 Thread Johannes Knaus
Hello again, After some days of playing around I still haven't found a solution to the problem. Indeed it seems a very tricky business. It seems that \leftmargin is completely ignored: \setlength{\leftmargin}{2pt} or \setlength{\leftmargin}{92pt} do not change anything in the pdf-output.

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-11 Thread Johannes Knaus
Hello again, After some days of playing around I still haven't found a solution to the problem. Indeed it seems a very tricky business. It seems that \leftmargin is completely ignored: \setlength{\leftmargin}{2pt} or \setlength{\leftmargin}{92pt} do not change anything in the pdf-output.

Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-06 Thread Johannes Knaus
Hello, I've got a problem with the example-numbering in the linguistics module: I use the example-style to refer to OT-constraint definition (linguists may know what I'm talking about). Basically it always looks like this: (3.1) Constraint Name linebreak Constraint Definition

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-06 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Johannes Knaus wrote: So the indentation of the second line is to small. It seems that it is aligned in the same depth as if the counter consisted of only one number. Can I correct this? How? \renewenvironment{example}{% \begin{examples}\settowidth{\labelwidth}{(0.00)}\item}

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-06 Thread Johannes Knaus
Can I correct this? How? \renewenvironment{example}{% \begin{examples}\settowidth{\labelwidth}{(0.00)}\item} {\end{examples}} Jürgen I added these lines to the preamble and now the numbers are correctly indented but on the beginning/the left side they stand out a little bit, seen from

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-06 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Johannes Knaus wrote: I added these lines to the preamble and now the numbers are correctly indented but on the beginning/the left side they stand out a little bit, seen from the left textborder. That isn't the case without the lines above. You need to play with other list values such as

Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-06 Thread Johannes Knaus
Hello, I've got a problem with the example-numbering in the linguistics module: I use the example-style to refer to OT-constraint definition (linguists may know what I'm talking about). Basically it always looks like this: (3.1) Constraint Name linebreak Constraint Definition

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-06 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Johannes Knaus wrote: So the indentation of the second line is to small. It seems that it is aligned in the same depth as if the counter consisted of only one number. Can I correct this? How? \renewenvironment{example}{% \begin{examples}\settowidth{\labelwidth}{(0.00)}\item}

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-06 Thread Johannes Knaus
Can I correct this? How? \renewenvironment{example}{% \begin{examples}\settowidth{\labelwidth}{(0.00)}\item} {\end{examples}} Jürgen I added these lines to the preamble and now the numbers are correctly indented but on the beginning/the left side they stand out a little bit, seen from

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-06 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Johannes Knaus wrote: I added these lines to the preamble and now the numbers are correctly indented but on the beginning/the left side they stand out a little bit, seen from the left textborder. That isn't the case without the lines above. You need to play with other list values such as

Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-06 Thread Johannes Knaus
Hello, I've got a problem with the "example"-numbering in the linguistics module: I use the example-style to refer to OT-constraint definition (linguists may know what I'm talking about). Basically it always looks like this: (3.1) Constraint Name Constraint Definition This

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-06 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Johannes Knaus wrote: > So the indentation of the second line is to small. It seems that it is > aligned in the same depth as if the counter consisted of only one > number. > > Can I correct this? How? \renewenvironment{example}{% \begin{examples}\settowidth{\labelwidth}{(0.00)}\item}

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-06 Thread Johannes Knaus
Can I correct this? How? \renewenvironment{example}{% \begin{examples}\settowidth{\labelwidth}{(0.00)}\item} {\end{examples}} Jürgen I added these lines to the preamble and now the numbers are correctly indented but on the beginning/the left side they stand out a little bit, seen from

Re: Problems with indentation and linguistics module (covington)

2009-08-06 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
Johannes Knaus wrote: > I added these lines to the preamble and now the numbers are correctly > indented but on the beginning/the left side they stand out a little > bit, seen from the left textborder. > That isn't the case without the lines above. You need to play with other list values such