Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-10 Thread pierrickuk

Hi there, 

I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my company is
distributing.
For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and then get
wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is wrapped
to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
terminal/console).

Maybe there is some LaTeX package that would work, or some trick I am not
aware of... Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong direction here.

I'll keep on searching and post anything interesting here.

Thanks!


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Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-10 Thread Richard Heck

On 07/10/2010 07:20 AM, pierrickuk wrote:

Hi there,

I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my company is
distributing.
For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and then get
wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is wrapped
to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
terminal/console).

   
There's no easy way to indicate wrapped lines automatically, so far as I 
know. You could do it manually, using ⏎, which you can insert using 
unicode-insert 0x23ce in the minibuffer.


Richard



Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-10 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Was this an accidental repost?  The same message was posted a few days 
ago (http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.editors.lyx.general/64608) and drew 
several responses, including my suggestion about the listings package.


/Paul


Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-10 Thread pierrickuk

Hi all, 
I had some problems joining the mailing list, so following Nabble's
instructions, I re-posted again.

Meanwhile, some people provided some nice suggestions and solutions there:
http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.editors.lyx.general/64608

Have a look.

I myself will try on Monday

Thanks all
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Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-10 Thread pierrickuk

Hi there, 

I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my company is
distributing.
For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and then get
wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is wrapped
to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
terminal/console).

Maybe there is some LaTeX package that would work, or some trick I am not
aware of... Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong direction here.

I'll keep on searching and post anything interesting here.

Thanks!


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Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-10 Thread Richard Heck

On 07/10/2010 07:20 AM, pierrickuk wrote:

Hi there,

I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my company is
distributing.
For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and then get
wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is wrapped
to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
terminal/console).

   
There's no easy way to indicate wrapped lines automatically, so far as I 
know. You could do it manually, using ⏎, which you can insert using 
unicode-insert 0x23ce in the minibuffer.


Richard



Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-10 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Was this an accidental repost?  The same message was posted a few days 
ago (http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.editors.lyx.general/64608) and drew 
several responses, including my suggestion about the listings package.


/Paul


Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-10 Thread pierrickuk

Hi all, 
I had some problems joining the mailing list, so following Nabble's
instructions, I re-posted again.

Meanwhile, some people provided some nice suggestions and solutions there:
http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.editors.lyx.general/64608

Have a look.

I myself will try on Monday

Thanks all
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Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-10 Thread pierrickuk

Hi there, 

I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my company is
distributing.
For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and then get
wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is wrapped
to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
terminal/console).

Maybe there is some LaTeX package that would work, or some trick I am not
aware of... Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong direction here.

I'll keep on searching and post anything interesting here.

Thanks!


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Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-10 Thread Richard Heck

On 07/10/2010 07:20 AM, pierrickuk wrote:

Hi there,

I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my company is
distributing.
For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and then get
wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is wrapped
to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
terminal/console).

   
There's no easy way to indicate wrapped lines automatically, so far as I 
know. You could do it manually, using ⏎, which you can insert using 
"unicode-insert 0x23ce" in the minibuffer.


Richard



Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-10 Thread Paul A. Rubin
Was this an accidental repost?  The same message was posted a few days 
ago (http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.editors.lyx.general/64608) and drew 
several responses, including my suggestion about the listings package.


/Paul


Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-10 Thread pierrickuk

Hi all, 
I had some problems joining the mailing list, so following Nabble's
instructions, I re-posted again.

Meanwhile, some people provided some nice suggestions and solutions there:
http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.editors.lyx.general/64608

Have a look.

I myself will try on Monday

Thanks all
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Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Manveru
2010/7/6 pierrickuk luluflake2000-nab...@yahoo.fr:

 Hi there,

 I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
 I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my company is
 distributing.
 For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
 LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and then get
 wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
 afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
 So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is wrapped
 to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
 terminal/console).

 Maybe there is some LaTeX package that would work, or some trick I am not
 aware of... Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong direction here.

I met opposite practice to mark places when user has to hit enter with
a graphical mark of typewriter's carriage return (↵) and proper
comment about meaning of this sign in the book content. It could be
grey to avoid confusion it is a part of text to enter. I saw a book
where it was even a small photography (or rendering) of enter key.

-- 
Manveru
jabber: manv...@manveru.pl
 gg: 1624001
   http://www.manveru.pl


Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin

On 7/6/2010 5:38 AM, pierrickuk wrote:


Hi there,

I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my company is
distributing.
For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and then get
wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is wrapped
to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
terminal/console).

Maybe there is some LaTeX package that would work, or some trick I am not
aware of... Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong direction here.



Step 1:  Pick the glyph you want to use to indicate line wrapping.  The 
Comprehensive LATEX Symbol List may help here.  If necessary, install 
whatever font package it comes in, and add a \usepackage{...} to your 
preamble.  Avoid symbols that occur only in math mode (which, sadly, 
accounts for most arrows); if there's a way to make them work, I haven't 
found it yet.


Step 2: Rather than using LyX-code, use Insert  Program Listing, which 
creates an inset using the listings package.  Right-click the inset, 
click Settings ..., and on the Main Settings tab check Break long 
lines.  You can leave the language setting at No language unless you 
think what you're writing matches one of the languages on the list 
fairly well.


Step 3: Go to the advanced tab and, in the right pane, type 
'prebreak=whatever', without the quotes and replacing whatever with the 
symbol you want.  For instance,


prebreak=\textbackslash

will put '\' wherever wrapping occurs.

That should do it.

/Paul



Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
That is actually very good. 
Is anybody putting together a Tricks with LyX guide? Because this should
be in there...

Yours,
Morten

On Tue, 06 Jul 2010 10:21:07 -0400, Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu wrote:
 On 7/6/2010 5:38 AM, pierrickuk wrote:

 Hi there,

 I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
 I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my
company
 is
 distributing.
 For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
 LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and
then
 get
 wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
 afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
 So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is
 wrapped
 to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
 terminal/console).

 Maybe there is some LaTeX package that would work, or some trick I am
not
 aware of... Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong direction here.

 
 Step 1:  Pick the glyph you want to use to indicate line wrapping.  The

 Comprehensive LATEX Symbol List may help here.  If necessary, install 
 whatever font package it comes in, and add a \usepackage{...} to your 
 preamble.  Avoid symbols that occur only in math mode (which, sadly, 
 accounts for most arrows); if there's a way to make them work, I haven't

 found it yet.
 
 Step 2: Rather than using LyX-code, use Insert  Program Listing, which 
 creates an inset using the listings package.  Right-click the inset, 
 click Settings ..., and on the Main Settings tab check Break long 
 lines.  You can leave the language setting at No language unless you 
 think what you're writing matches one of the languages on the list 
 fairly well.
 
 Step 3: Go to the advanced tab and, in the right pane, type 
 'prebreak=whatever', without the quotes and replacing whatever with the 
 symbol you want.  For instance,
 
 prebreak=\textbackslash
 
 will put '\' wherever wrapping occurs.
 
 That should do it.
 
 /Paul

-- 
__
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
http://syntaktisk.dk * mj...@syntaktisk.dk


Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Paul Rubin
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér morten at writtenandread.net writes:

 
 That is actually very good. 
 Is anybody putting together a Tricks with LyX guide? Because this should
 be in there...
 

Thanks.  Tips and tricks abound on the wiki (http://wiki.lyx.org), but I just
had a look there and did not see any tips regarding the listings package.  The
organization of the wiki is a bit, well, wiki-ish.  If anyone wants to start a
page and post this tip, feel free.

/Paul



Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 3:28 PM, Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
mor...@writtenandread.net wrote:
 That is actually very good.
 Is anybody putting together a Tricks with LyX guide? Because this should
 be in there...

You could always add this to the wiki. Regards
Liviu


Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Manveru
2010/7/6 pierrickuk luluflake2000-nab...@yahoo.fr:

 Hi there,

 I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
 I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my company is
 distributing.
 For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
 LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and then get
 wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
 afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
 So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is wrapped
 to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
 terminal/console).

 Maybe there is some LaTeX package that would work, or some trick I am not
 aware of... Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong direction here.

I met opposite practice to mark places when user has to hit enter with
a graphical mark of typewriter's carriage return (↵) and proper
comment about meaning of this sign in the book content. It could be
grey to avoid confusion it is a part of text to enter. I saw a book
where it was even a small photography (or rendering) of enter key.

-- 
Manveru
jabber: manv...@manveru.pl
 gg: 1624001
   http://www.manveru.pl


Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin

On 7/6/2010 5:38 AM, pierrickuk wrote:


Hi there,

I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my company is
distributing.
For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and then get
wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is wrapped
to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
terminal/console).

Maybe there is some LaTeX package that would work, or some trick I am not
aware of... Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong direction here.



Step 1:  Pick the glyph you want to use to indicate line wrapping.  The 
Comprehensive LATEX Symbol List may help here.  If necessary, install 
whatever font package it comes in, and add a \usepackage{...} to your 
preamble.  Avoid symbols that occur only in math mode (which, sadly, 
accounts for most arrows); if there's a way to make them work, I haven't 
found it yet.


Step 2: Rather than using LyX-code, use Insert  Program Listing, which 
creates an inset using the listings package.  Right-click the inset, 
click Settings ..., and on the Main Settings tab check Break long 
lines.  You can leave the language setting at No language unless you 
think what you're writing matches one of the languages on the list 
fairly well.


Step 3: Go to the advanced tab and, in the right pane, type 
'prebreak=whatever', without the quotes and replacing whatever with the 
symbol you want.  For instance,


prebreak=\textbackslash

will put '\' wherever wrapping occurs.

That should do it.

/Paul



Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
That is actually very good. 
Is anybody putting together a Tricks with LyX guide? Because this should
be in there...

Yours,
Morten

On Tue, 06 Jul 2010 10:21:07 -0400, Paul A. Rubin ru...@msu.edu wrote:
 On 7/6/2010 5:38 AM, pierrickuk wrote:

 Hi there,

 I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
 I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my
company
 is
 distributing.
 For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
 LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and
then
 get
 wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
 afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
 So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is
 wrapped
 to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
 terminal/console).

 Maybe there is some LaTeX package that would work, or some trick I am
not
 aware of... Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong direction here.

 
 Step 1:  Pick the glyph you want to use to indicate line wrapping.  The

 Comprehensive LATEX Symbol List may help here.  If necessary, install 
 whatever font package it comes in, and add a \usepackage{...} to your 
 preamble.  Avoid symbols that occur only in math mode (which, sadly, 
 accounts for most arrows); if there's a way to make them work, I haven't

 found it yet.
 
 Step 2: Rather than using LyX-code, use Insert  Program Listing, which 
 creates an inset using the listings package.  Right-click the inset, 
 click Settings ..., and on the Main Settings tab check Break long 
 lines.  You can leave the language setting at No language unless you 
 think what you're writing matches one of the languages on the list 
 fairly well.
 
 Step 3: Go to the advanced tab and, in the right pane, type 
 'prebreak=whatever', without the quotes and replacing whatever with the 
 symbol you want.  For instance,
 
 prebreak=\textbackslash
 
 will put '\' wherever wrapping occurs.
 
 That should do it.
 
 /Paul

-- 
__
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
http://syntaktisk.dk * mj...@syntaktisk.dk


Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Paul Rubin
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér morten at writtenandread.net writes:

 
 That is actually very good. 
 Is anybody putting together a Tricks with LyX guide? Because this should
 be in there...
 

Thanks.  Tips and tricks abound on the wiki (http://wiki.lyx.org), but I just
had a look there and did not see any tips regarding the listings package.  The
organization of the wiki is a bit, well, wiki-ish.  If anyone wants to start a
page and post this tip, feel free.

/Paul



Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 3:28 PM, Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
mor...@writtenandread.net wrote:
 That is actually very good.
 Is anybody putting together a Tricks with LyX guide? Because this should
 be in there...

You could always add this to the wiki. Regards
Liviu


Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Manveru
2010/7/6 pierrickuk :
>
> Hi there,
>
> I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
> I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my company is
> distributing.
> For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
> LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and then get
> wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
> afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
> So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is wrapped
> to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
> terminal/console).
>
> Maybe there is some LaTeX package that would work, or some trick I am not
> aware of... Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong direction here.

I met opposite practice to mark places when user has to hit enter with
a graphical mark of typewriter's carriage return ("↵") and proper
comment about meaning of this sign in the book content. It could be
grey to avoid confusion it is a part of text to enter. I saw a book
where it was even a small photography (or rendering) of enter key.

-- 
Manveru
jabber: manv...@manveru.pl
 gg: 1624001
   http://www.manveru.pl


Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Paul A. Rubin

On 7/6/2010 5:38 AM, pierrickuk wrote:


Hi there,

I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my company is
distributing.
For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and then get
wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is wrapped
to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
terminal/console).

Maybe there is some LaTeX package that would work, or some trick I am not
aware of... Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong direction here.



Step 1:  Pick the glyph you want to use to indicate line wrapping.  "The 
Comprehensive LATEX Symbol List" may help here.  If necessary, install 
whatever font package it comes in, and add a \usepackage{...} to your 
preamble.  Avoid symbols that occur only in math mode (which, sadly, 
accounts for most arrows); if there's a way to make them work, I haven't 
found it yet.


Step 2: Rather than using LyX-code, use Insert > Program Listing, which 
creates an inset using the listings package.  Right-click the inset, 
click Settings ..., and on the Main Settings tab check "Break long 
lines".  You can leave the language setting at "No language" unless you 
think what you're writing matches one of the languages on the list 
fairly well.


Step 3: Go to the advanced tab and, in the right pane, type 
'prebreak=whatever', without the quotes and replacing whatever with the 
symbol you want.  For instance,


prebreak=\textbackslash

will put '\' wherever wrapping occurs.

That should do it.

/Paul



Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
That is actually very good. 
Is anybody putting together a Tricks with LyX guide? Because this should
be in there...

Yours,
Morten

On Tue, 06 Jul 2010 10:21:07 -0400, "Paul A. Rubin"  wrote:
> On 7/6/2010 5:38 AM, pierrickuk wrote:
>>
>> Hi there,
>>
>> I am posting this as 2 hours of searching got me nowhere so far.
>> I am writing some instructions manual to set up some software my
company
>> is
>> distributing.
>> For this I need to put some linux console commands for which I use the
>> LyX-code format. Everything is fine unless the line is too long and
then
>> get
>> wrapped. As some of our customer might not know much about linux, I am
>> afraid they might hit return at the end of the line.
>> So I am looking for a way to automatically indicate that the line is
>> wrapped
>> to fit on a page (preferably by some special symbol not used in a
>> terminal/console).
>>
>> Maybe there is some LaTeX package that would work, or some trick I am
not
>> aware of... Or maybe I'm looking in the wrong direction here.
>>
> 
> Step 1:  Pick the glyph you want to use to indicate line wrapping.  "The

> Comprehensive LATEX Symbol List" may help here.  If necessary, install 
> whatever font package it comes in, and add a \usepackage{...} to your 
> preamble.  Avoid symbols that occur only in math mode (which, sadly, 
> accounts for most arrows); if there's a way to make them work, I haven't

> found it yet.
> 
> Step 2: Rather than using LyX-code, use Insert > Program Listing, which 
> creates an inset using the listings package.  Right-click the inset, 
> click Settings ..., and on the Main Settings tab check "Break long 
> lines".  You can leave the language setting at "No language" unless you 
> think what you're writing matches one of the languages on the list 
> fairly well.
> 
> Step 3: Go to the advanced tab and, in the right pane, type 
> 'prebreak=whatever', without the quotes and replacing whatever with the 
> symbol you want.  For instance,
> 
> prebreak=\textbackslash
> 
> will put '\' wherever wrapping occurs.
> 
> That should do it.
> 
> /Paul

-- 
__
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
http://syntaktisk.dk * mj...@syntaktisk.dk


Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Paul Rubin
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér  writtenandread.net> writes:

> 
> That is actually very good. 
> Is anybody putting together a Tricks with LyX guide? Because this should
> be in there...
> 

Thanks.  Tips and tricks abound on the wiki (http://wiki.lyx.org), but I just
had a look there and did not see any tips regarding the listings package.  The
organization of the wiki is a bit, well, wiki-ish.  If anyone wants to start a
page and post this tip, feel free.

/Paul



Re: Symbol for wrapped lines in LyX-Code

2010-07-06 Thread Liviu Andronic
On Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 3:28 PM, Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér
 wrote:
> That is actually very good.
> Is anybody putting together a Tricks with LyX guide? Because this should
> be in there...
>
You could always add this to the wiki. Regards
Liviu