Re: Question about command sequences

2009-08-17 Thread Pavel Sanda
Venable wrote: Hi Pavel, Thanks for the tip. I looked at http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LyxFunctions but there was not much in the way of direction there. Could you possibly give me a bit more insight? if you have lyx 1.6, then look into help-lyx functions menu. pavel

Re: Question about command sequences

2009-08-17 Thread Pavel Sanda
Venable wrote: Hi Pavel, Thanks for the tip. I looked at http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LyxFunctions but there was not much in the way of direction there. Could you possibly give me a bit more insight? if you have lyx 1.6, then look into help-lyx functions menu. pavel

Re: Question about command sequences

2009-08-17 Thread Pavel Sanda
Venable wrote: > Hi Pavel, > > Thanks for the tip. I looked at http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LyxFunctions > but there was not much in the way of direction there. Could you > possibly give me a bit more insight? if you have lyx 1.6, then look into help->lyx functions menu. pavel

Re: Question about command sequences

2009-08-15 Thread Pavel Sanda
Venable wrote: having the cursor appear in the frametitle field, try to look on LFUN_CHAR_LEFT and LFUN_REPEAT. pavel

Re: Question about command sequences

2009-08-15 Thread Venable
Hi Pavel, Thanks for the tip. I looked at http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LyxFunctions but there was not much in the way of direction there. Could you possibly give me a bit more insight? On Sat, Aug 15, 2009 at 4:56 AM, Pavel Sandasa...@lyx.org wrote: Venable wrote: having the cursor appear in the

Re: Question about command sequences

2009-08-15 Thread Pavel Sanda
Venable wrote: having the cursor appear in the frametitle field, try to look on LFUN_CHAR_LEFT and LFUN_REPEAT. pavel

Re: Question about command sequences

2009-08-15 Thread Venable
Hi Pavel, Thanks for the tip. I looked at http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LyxFunctions but there was not much in the way of direction there. Could you possibly give me a bit more insight? On Sat, Aug 15, 2009 at 4:56 AM, Pavel Sandasa...@lyx.org wrote: Venable wrote: having the cursor appear in the

Re: Question about command sequences

2009-08-15 Thread Pavel Sanda
Venable wrote: > having the cursor > appear in the frametitle field, try to look on LFUN_CHAR_LEFT and LFUN_REPEAT. pavel

Re: Question about command sequences

2009-08-15 Thread Venable
Hi Pavel, Thanks for the tip. I looked at http://wiki.lyx.org/LyX/LyxFunctions but there was not much in the way of direction there. Could you possibly give me a bit more insight? On Sat, Aug 15, 2009 at 4:56 AM, Pavel Sanda wrote: > Venable wrote: >> having the cursor >> appear

Question about command sequences

2009-08-14 Thread Venable
Dear Lyx-list, I am trying to use Command Sequences to come up with a simple way to create frames in Beamer without resorting to the use of \lyxframe{} or repeated copying-and-pasting. My goal is to use a minimal number of keystrokes to create plain LaTeX \begin{frame}, \frametitle{} and

Question about command sequences

2009-08-14 Thread Venable
Dear Lyx-list, I am trying to use Command Sequences to come up with a simple way to create frames in Beamer without resorting to the use of \lyxframe{} or repeated copying-and-pasting. My goal is to use a minimal number of keystrokes to create plain LaTeX \begin{frame}, \frametitle{} and

Question about command sequences

2009-08-14 Thread Venable
Dear Lyx-list, I am trying to use Command Sequences to come up with a simple way to create frames in Beamer without resorting to the use of \lyxframe{} or repeated copying-and-pasting. My goal is to use a minimal number of keystrokes to create plain LaTeX \begin{frame}, \frametitle{} and