Re: complex renewcommand \cite

2012-11-25 Thread Andreas Paeffgen
On 2012-11-24 18:20:45 +, Richard Heck said: On 11/23/2012 09:59 AM, Andreas Paeffgen wrote: I want to get a different \cite command in the document. If i put \renewcommand{\cite}{\texorpdfstring{\cite{%}}{} } in the preamble i get an emergency stop. This causes an infinite loop. \cite

Re: complex renewcommand \cite

2012-11-25 Thread Richard Heck
On 11/25/2012 04:32 PM, Andreas Paeffgen wrote: On 2012-11-24 18:20:45 +, Richard Heck said: On 11/23/2012 09:59 AM, Andreas Paeffgen wrote: I want to get a different \cite command in the document. If i put \renewcommand{\cite}{\texorpdfstring{\cite{%}}{} } in the preamble i get an

Re: complex renewcommand \cite

2012-11-25 Thread Andreas Paeffgen
On 2012-11-24 18:20:45 +, Richard Heck said: On 11/23/2012 09:59 AM, Andreas Paeffgen wrote: I want to get a different \cite command in the document. If i put \renewcommand{\cite}{\texorpdfstring{\cite{%}}{} } in the preamble i get an emergency stop. This causes an infinite loop. \cite

Re: complex renewcommand \cite

2012-11-25 Thread Richard Heck
On 11/25/2012 04:32 PM, Andreas Paeffgen wrote: On 2012-11-24 18:20:45 +, Richard Heck said: On 11/23/2012 09:59 AM, Andreas Paeffgen wrote: I want to get a different \cite command in the document. If i put \renewcommand{\cite}{\texorpdfstring{\cite{%}}{} } in the preamble i get an

Re: complex renewcommand \cite

2012-11-25 Thread Andreas Paeffgen
On 2012-11-24 18:20:45 +, Richard Heck said: On 11/23/2012 09:59 AM, Andreas Paeffgen wrote: I want to get a different \cite command in the document. If i put \renewcommand{\cite}{\texorpdfstring{\cite{%}}{} } in the preamble i get an emergency stop. This causes an infinite loop. \cite

Re: complex renewcommand \cite

2012-11-25 Thread Richard Heck
On 11/25/2012 04:32 PM, Andreas Paeffgen wrote: On 2012-11-24 18:20:45 +, Richard Heck said: On 11/23/2012 09:59 AM, Andreas Paeffgen wrote: I want to get a different \cite command in the document. If i put \renewcommand{\cite}{\texorpdfstring{\cite{%}}{} } in the preamble i get an

Re: complex renewcommand \cite

2012-11-24 Thread Richard Heck
On 11/23/2012 09:59 AM, Andreas Paeffgen wrote: I want to get a different \cite command in the document. If i put \renewcommand{\cite}{\texorpdfstring{\cite{%}}{} } in the preamble i get an emergency stop. This causes an infinite loop. \cite gets unpacked into something involving \cite,

Re: complex renewcommand \cite

2012-11-24 Thread Richard Heck
On 11/23/2012 09:59 AM, Andreas Paeffgen wrote: I want to get a different \cite command in the document. If i put \renewcommand{\cite}{\texorpdfstring{\cite{%}}{} } in the preamble i get an emergency stop. This causes an infinite loop. \cite gets unpacked into something involving \cite,

Re: complex renewcommand \cite

2012-11-24 Thread Richard Heck
On 11/23/2012 09:59 AM, Andreas Paeffgen wrote: I want to get a different \cite command in the document. If i put \renewcommand{\cite}{\texorpdfstring{\cite{%}}{} } in the preamble i get an emergency stop. This causes an infinite loop. \cite gets unpacked into something involving \cite,

complex renewcommand \cite

2012-11-23 Thread Andreas Paeffgen
I want to get a different \cite command in the document. If i put \renewcommand{\cite}{\texorpdfstring{\cite{%}}{} } in the preamble i get an emergency stop. If i use the expandet command in an ERT, it works. See the attached test.lyx test.lyx Description: Binary data Any suggestions what

complex renewcommand \cite

2012-11-23 Thread Andreas Paeffgen
I want to get a different \cite command in the document. If i put \renewcommand{\cite}{\texorpdfstring{\cite{%}}{} } in the preamble i get an emergency stop. If i use the expandet command in an ERT, it works. See the attached test.lyx test.lyx Description: Binary data Any suggestions what

complex renewcommand \cite

2012-11-23 Thread Andreas Paeffgen
I want to get a different \cite command in the document. If i put \renewcommand{\cite}{\texorpdfstring{\cite{%}}{} } in the preamble i get an emergency stop. If i use the expandet command in an ERT, it works. See the attached test.lyx test.lyx Description: Binary data Any suggestions what