Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-21 Thread Helge Hafting
Peter Bradley wrote: I'm trying to add a TOC to my document - a paper I'm giving later this year. I've done what it says to do in the help: Insert -- List / TOC -- Table of Contents The 'Table of Contents' button appears and if I click on it, a listing appears in a window at the left.

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-21 Thread Helge Hafting
Peter Bradley wrote: I'm trying to add a TOC to my document - a paper I'm giving later this year. I've done what it says to do in the help: Insert -- List / TOC -- Table of Contents The 'Table of Contents' button appears and if I click on it, a listing appears in a window at the left.

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-21 Thread Helge Hafting
Peter Bradley wrote: I'm trying to add a TOC to my document - a paper I'm giving later this year. I've done what it says to do in the help: Insert --> List / TOC --> Table of Contents The 'Table of Contents' button appears and if I click on it, a listing appears in a window at the left.

TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Bradley
I'm trying to add a TOC to my document - a paper I'm giving later this year. I've done what it says to do in the help: Insert -- List / TOC -- Table of Contents The 'Table of Contents' button appears and if I click on it, a listing appears in a window at the left. However no TOC appears in

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread William Seager
On Sunday 17 January 2010 at 08:24, Peter Bradley wrote: The 'Table of Contents' button appears and if I click on it, a listing appears in a window at the left. However no TOC appears in my dvi document, just the legend, 'Contents'. well - just to be sure of the basics, do you have

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Bradley
William Seager wrote: On Sunday 17 January 2010 at 08:24, Peter Bradley wrote: The 'Table of Contents' button appears and if I click on it, a listing appears in a window at the left. However no TOC appears in my dvi document, just the legend, 'Contents'. well - just to be sure

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread stephen's mailinglist account
2010/1/17 Peter Bradley p.brad...@dsl.pipex.com: William Seager wrote: On  Sunday 17 January 2010  at  08:24,  Peter Bradley wrote: The 'Table of Contents' button appears and if I click on it, a listing appears in a window at the left.  However no TOC appears in my dvi document, just the

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Bradley
stephen's mailinglist account wrote: What type (class) of document are you working on (article, report, book)? What sections, chapters, subsections do you expect to see? Hi Stephen, Thank you for the reply. It's an 'article (paper)' The document has a number of parts with appropriate

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread John Kane
Contents and then a running header Contents. No actual ToC appears. Strange --- On Sun, 1/17/10, Peter Bradley p.brad...@dsl.pipex.com wrote: From: Peter Bradley p.brad...@dsl.pipex.com Subject: Re: TOC (newbie question) To: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org Received: Sunday, January 17, 2010, 10:01 AM

Fwd: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread stephen's mailinglist account
The attached file works for me.  Can you open it and create a dvi or pdf successfully? -- Stephen -- Stephen testfile.lyx Description: application/lyx

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Rob Oakes
Hi Peter, It's important to make sure that you are using the numbered styles for your table of contents (e.g section, subsection). If you are using unnumbered styles (e.g section* , subsection*; note the asterisk) they will appear in your document map but not in your table of contents.

Re: Fwd: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread John Kane
nice ToC. --- On Sun, 1/17/10, stephen's mailinglist account stephen4mailingli...@googlemail.com wrote: From: stephen's mailinglist account stephen4mailingli...@googlemail.com Subject: Fwd: TOC (newbie question) To: Lyx-Users lyx-users@lists.lyx.org Received: Sunday, January 17, 2010, 11:02

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread John Kane
Aha. Something I just discovered. Nice to have it confirmed. --- On Sun, 1/17/10, Rob Oakes lyx-de...@oak-tree.us wrote: From: Rob Oakes lyx-de...@oak-tree.us Subject: Re: TOC (newbie question) To: Peter Bradley p.brad...@dsl.pipex.com Cc: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org lyx-users@lists.lyx.org

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Bradley
Rob Oakes wrote: Hi Peter, It's important to make sure that you are using the numbered styles for your table of contents (e.g section, subsection). If you are using unnumbered styles (e.g section* , subsection*; note the asterisk) they will appear in your document map but not in your table

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread stephen's mailinglist account
Might I be permitted a supplementary? Now that all the various bits are numbered, I notice that all the Sections number sequentially regardless of their location within Parts.  So I get: Part I   Section 1   Section 2 Part II   Section 3   Section 4   Section 5 Part III   Section 6

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread rgheck
On 01/17/2010 11:37 AM, Peter Bradley wrote: Rob Oakes wrote: Hi Peter, It's important to make sure that you are using the numbered styles for your table of contents (e.g section, subsection). If you are using unnumbered styles (e.g section* , subsection*; note the asterisk) they will

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread rgheck
On 01/17/2010 12:03 PM, stephen's mailinglist account wrote: Might I be permitted a supplementary? Now that all the various bits are numbered, I notice that all the Sections number sequentially regardless of their location within Parts. So I get: Part I Section 1 Section 2 Part II

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread stephen's mailinglist account
I can do it with ERT is there a LyX or other more elegant way? ERT way adds following \setcounter{section}{0} after subsequent section headers.  I guess you could redefine \part in latex preamble or put into a module even and use it as a custom inset? \makeatletter

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Bradley
stephen's mailinglist account wrote: I can do it with ERT is there a LyX or other more elegant way? ERT way adds following \setcounter{section}{0} after subsequent section headers. I guess you could redefine \part in latex preamble or put into a module even and use it as a custom inset?

TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Bradley
I'm trying to add a TOC to my document - a paper I'm giving later this year. I've done what it says to do in the help: Insert -- List / TOC -- Table of Contents The 'Table of Contents' button appears and if I click on it, a listing appears in a window at the left. However no TOC appears in

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread William Seager
On Sunday 17 January 2010 at 08:24, Peter Bradley wrote: The 'Table of Contents' button appears and if I click on it, a listing appears in a window at the left. However no TOC appears in my dvi document, just the legend, 'Contents'. well - just to be sure of the basics, do you have

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Bradley
William Seager wrote: On Sunday 17 January 2010 at 08:24, Peter Bradley wrote: The 'Table of Contents' button appears and if I click on it, a listing appears in a window at the left. However no TOC appears in my dvi document, just the legend, 'Contents'. well - just to be sure

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread stephen's mailinglist account
2010/1/17 Peter Bradley p.brad...@dsl.pipex.com: William Seager wrote: On  Sunday 17 January 2010  at  08:24,  Peter Bradley wrote: The 'Table of Contents' button appears and if I click on it, a listing appears in a window at the left.  However no TOC appears in my dvi document, just the

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Bradley
stephen's mailinglist account wrote: What type (class) of document are you working on (article, report, book)? What sections, chapters, subsections do you expect to see? Hi Stephen, Thank you for the reply. It's an 'article (paper)' The document has a number of parts with appropriate

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread John Kane
Contents and then a running header Contents. No actual ToC appears. Strange --- On Sun, 1/17/10, Peter Bradley p.brad...@dsl.pipex.com wrote: From: Peter Bradley p.brad...@dsl.pipex.com Subject: Re: TOC (newbie question) To: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org Received: Sunday, January 17, 2010, 10:01 AM

Fwd: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread stephen's mailinglist account
The attached file works for me.  Can you open it and create a dvi or pdf successfully? -- Stephen -- Stephen testfile.lyx Description: application/lyx

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Rob Oakes
Hi Peter, It's important to make sure that you are using the numbered styles for your table of contents (e.g section, subsection). If you are using unnumbered styles (e.g section* , subsection*; note the asterisk) they will appear in your document map but not in your table of contents.

Re: Fwd: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread John Kane
nice ToC. --- On Sun, 1/17/10, stephen's mailinglist account stephen4mailingli...@googlemail.com wrote: From: stephen's mailinglist account stephen4mailingli...@googlemail.com Subject: Fwd: TOC (newbie question) To: Lyx-Users lyx-users@lists.lyx.org Received: Sunday, January 17, 2010, 11:02

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread John Kane
Aha. Something I just discovered. Nice to have it confirmed. --- On Sun, 1/17/10, Rob Oakes lyx-de...@oak-tree.us wrote: From: Rob Oakes lyx-de...@oak-tree.us Subject: Re: TOC (newbie question) To: Peter Bradley p.brad...@dsl.pipex.com Cc: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org lyx-users@lists.lyx.org

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Bradley
Rob Oakes wrote: Hi Peter, It's important to make sure that you are using the numbered styles for your table of contents (e.g section, subsection). If you are using unnumbered styles (e.g section* , subsection*; note the asterisk) they will appear in your document map but not in your table

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread stephen's mailinglist account
Might I be permitted a supplementary? Now that all the various bits are numbered, I notice that all the Sections number sequentially regardless of their location within Parts.  So I get: Part I   Section 1   Section 2 Part II   Section 3   Section 4   Section 5 Part III   Section 6

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread rgheck
On 01/17/2010 11:37 AM, Peter Bradley wrote: Rob Oakes wrote: Hi Peter, It's important to make sure that you are using the numbered styles for your table of contents (e.g section, subsection). If you are using unnumbered styles (e.g section* , subsection*; note the asterisk) they will

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread rgheck
On 01/17/2010 12:03 PM, stephen's mailinglist account wrote: Might I be permitted a supplementary? Now that all the various bits are numbered, I notice that all the Sections number sequentially regardless of their location within Parts. So I get: Part I Section 1 Section 2 Part II

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread stephen's mailinglist account
I can do it with ERT is there a LyX or other more elegant way? ERT way adds following \setcounter{section}{0} after subsequent section headers.  I guess you could redefine \part in latex preamble or put into a module even and use it as a custom inset? \makeatletter

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Bradley
stephen's mailinglist account wrote: I can do it with ERT is there a LyX or other more elegant way? ERT way adds following \setcounter{section}{0} after subsequent section headers. I guess you could redefine \part in latex preamble or put into a module even and use it as a custom inset?

TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Bradley
I'm trying to add a TOC to my document - a paper I'm giving later this year. I've done what it says to do in the help: Insert --> List / TOC --> Table of Contents The 'Table of Contents' button appears and if I click on it, a listing appears in a window at the left. However no TOC appears

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread William Seager
On Sunday 17 January 2010 at 08:24, Peter Bradley wrote: > The 'Table of Contents' button appears and if I click on it, a listing > appears in a window at the left. However no TOC appears in my dvi > document, just the legend, 'Contents'. > well - just to be sure of the basics, do you

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Bradley
William Seager wrote: On Sunday 17 January 2010 at 08:24, Peter Bradley wrote: The 'Table of Contents' button appears and if I click on it, a listing appears in a window at the left. However no TOC appears in my dvi document, just the legend, 'Contents'. well - just to be sure

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread stephen's mailinglist account
2010/1/17 Peter Bradley : > William Seager wrote: >> >> On  Sunday 17 January 2010  at  08:24,  Peter Bradley wrote: >> >>> >>> The 'Table of Contents' button appears and if I click on it, a listing >>> appears in a window at the left.  However no TOC appears in my dvi

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Bradley
stephen's mailinglist account wrote: What type (class) of document are you working on (article, report, book)? What sections, chapters, subsections do you expect to see? Hi Stephen, Thank you for the reply. It's an 'article (paper)' The document has a number of parts with appropriate

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread John Kane
Contents and then a running header Contents. No actual ToC appears. Strange --- On Sun, 1/17/10, Peter Bradley <p.brad...@dsl.pipex.com> wrote: > From: Peter Bradley <p.brad...@dsl.pipex.com> > Subject: Re: TOC (newbie question) > To: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org > Received: Sund

Fwd: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread stephen's mailinglist account
The attached file works for me.  Can you open it and create a dvi or pdf successfully? -- Stephen -- Stephen testfile.lyx Description: application/lyx

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Rob Oakes
Hi Peter, It's important to make sure that you are using the numbered styles for your table of contents (e.g section, subsection). If you are using unnumbered styles (e.g section* , subsection*; note the asterisk) they will appear in your document map but not in your table of contents.

Re: Fwd: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread John Kane
nice ToC. --- On Sun, 1/17/10, stephen's mailinglist account <stephen4mailingli...@googlemail.com> wrote: > From: stephen's mailinglist account <stephen4mailingli...@googlemail.com> > Subject: Fwd: TOC (newbie question) > To: "Lyx-Users" <lyx-users@lists.lyx.o

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread John Kane
Aha. Something I just discovered. Nice to have it confirmed. --- On Sun, 1/17/10, Rob Oakes <lyx-de...@oak-tree.us> wrote: > From: Rob Oakes <lyx-de...@oak-tree.us> > Subject: Re: TOC (newbie question) > To: "Peter Bradley" <p.brad...@dsl.pipex.com> >

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Bradley
Rob Oakes wrote: Hi Peter, It's important to make sure that you are using the numbered styles for your table of contents (e.g section, subsection). If you are using unnumbered styles (e.g section* , subsection*; note the asterisk) they will appear in your document map but not in your table

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread stephen's mailinglist account
> Might I be permitted a supplementary? > > Now that all the various bits are numbered, I notice that all the Sections > number sequentially regardless of their location within Parts.  So I get: > > Part I >   Section 1 >   Section 2 > Part II >   Section 3 >   Section 4 >   Section 5 > Part III >

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread rgheck
On 01/17/2010 11:37 AM, Peter Bradley wrote: Rob Oakes wrote: Hi Peter, It's important to make sure that you are using the numbered styles for your table of contents (e.g section, subsection). If you are using unnumbered styles (e.g section* , subsection*; note the asterisk) they will

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread rgheck
On 01/17/2010 12:03 PM, stephen's mailinglist account wrote: Might I be permitted a supplementary? Now that all the various bits are numbered, I notice that all the Sections number sequentially regardless of their location within Parts. So I get: Part I Section 1 Section 2 Part II

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread stephen's mailinglist account
>> I can do it with ERT is there a LyX or other more elegant way? >> >> >> ERT way adds following >> \setcounter{section}{0} >> after subsequent section headers.  I guess you could redefine \part in >> latex preamble or put into a module even and use it as a custom inset? >> >> > > \makeatletter >

Re: TOC (newbie question)

2010-01-17 Thread Peter Bradley
stephen's mailinglist account wrote: I can do it with ERT is there a LyX or other more elegant way? ERT way adds following \setcounter{section}{0} after subsequent section headers. I guess you could redefine \part in latex preamble or put into a module even and use it as a custom inset?