Re: date format

2014-07-20 Thread stefano franchi
configurable through conversion specifiers in Tools-Preferences-Output-General-Date format. LyX: you learn something every day. Thanks Enrico for the info---I had no clue you could reformat dates from within Lyx--alwyas used LaTeX packages Cheers, Stefano

Re: date format

2014-07-20 Thread stefano franchi
configurable through conversion specifiers in Tools-Preferences-Output-General-Date format. LyX: you learn something every day. Thanks Enrico for the info---I had no clue you could reformat dates from within Lyx--alwyas used LaTeX packages Cheers, Stefano

Re: date format

2014-07-20 Thread stefano franchi
June 2014", or even the ISO standard > > "2014-07-16"', (which I guess illustrates that even *I* find the > > format "07/16/14" confusing, used to it though I am... > > The format of the date is fully configurable through conversion specifiers > in >

Re: date format

2014-07-19 Thread Enrico Forestieri
, what I meant was '16 June 2014, or even the ISO standard 2014-07-16', (which I guess illustrates that even *I* find the format 07/16/14 confusing, used to it though I am... The format of the date is fully configurable through conversion specifiers in Tools-Preferences-Output-General-Date format

Re: date format

2014-07-19 Thread Enrico Forestieri
, what I meant was '16 June 2014, or even the ISO standard 2014-07-16', (which I guess illustrates that even *I* find the format 07/16/14 confusing, used to it though I am... The format of the date is fully configurable through conversion specifiers in Tools-Preferences-Output-General-Date format

Re: date format

2014-07-19 Thread Enrico Forestieri
4" confusing, used to it though I am... The format of the date is fully configurable through conversion specifiers in Tools->Preferences->Output->General->Date format. The default conversion spec is %x, which gives the locale's representation. If you are on linux, you can access the

Re: date format

2014-07-18 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
I use the Preamble: \usepackage{scrdate} which comes from KOMAScript and in the document as ERT \ISOToday which I select from the top left pulldown as Date. el on 2014-07-17, 02:12 Will Parsons said the following: In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in

Re: date format

2014-07-18 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
I use the Preamble: \usepackage{scrdate} which comes from KOMAScript and in the document as ERT \ISOToday which I select from the top left pulldown as Date. el on 2014-07-17, 02:12 Will Parsons said the following: In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in

Re: date format

2014-07-18 Thread Dr Eberhard Lisse
I use the Preamble: \usepackage{scrdate} which comes from KOMAScript and in the document as ERT \ISOToday which I select from the top left pulldown as Date. el on 2014-07-17, 02:12 Will Parsons said the following: > In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last > edit

date format

2014-07-16 Thread Will Parsons
In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert = Date], which looks like it might be what I want (does it update when I save the document again?), but the format is 07/16/14, which is a common format for North America (which

Re: date format

2014-07-16 Thread Will Parsons
Will Parsons wrote: In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert = Date], which looks like it might be what I want (does it update when I save the document again?), but the format is 07/16/14, which is a common format

Re: date format

2014-07-16 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 9:27 PM, Will Parsons varro@nodomain.invalid wrote: Will Parsons wrote: In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert = Date], which looks like it might be what I want (does it update when I save

Re: date format

2014-07-16 Thread aparsloe
On 17/07/2014 2:01 p.m., Scott Kostyshak wrote: On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 9:27 PM, Will Parsons varro@nodomain.invalid wrote: Will Parsons wrote: In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert = Date], which looks like it

date format

2014-07-16 Thread Will Parsons
In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert = Date], which looks like it might be what I want (does it update when I save the document again?), but the format is 07/16/14, which is a common format for North America (which

Re: date format

2014-07-16 Thread Will Parsons
Will Parsons wrote: In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert = Date], which looks like it might be what I want (does it update when I save the document again?), but the format is 07/16/14, which is a common format

Re: date format

2014-07-16 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 9:27 PM, Will Parsons varro@nodomain.invalid wrote: Will Parsons wrote: In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert = Date], which looks like it might be what I want (does it update when I save

Re: date format

2014-07-16 Thread aparsloe
On 17/07/2014 2:01 p.m., Scott Kostyshak wrote: On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 9:27 PM, Will Parsons varro@nodomain.invalid wrote: Will Parsons wrote: In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert = Date], which looks like it

date format

2014-07-16 Thread Will Parsons
In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert => Date], which looks like it might be what I want (does it update when I save the document again?), but the format is "07/16/14", which is a common format for North America

Re: date format

2014-07-16 Thread Will Parsons
Will Parsons wrote: > In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last > edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert => Date], which looks > like it might be what I want (does it update when I save the document > again?), but the format is "07/16/14", which is a common

Re: date format

2014-07-16 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 9:27 PM, Will Parsons wrote: > Will Parsons wrote: >> In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last >> edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert => Date], which looks >> like it might be what I want (does it update

Re: date format

2014-07-16 Thread aparsloe
On 17/07/2014 2:01 p.m., Scott Kostyshak wrote: On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 9:27 PM, Will Parsons wrote: Will Parsons wrote: In a document I'm writing, I would like to print the date of the last edit in the title page. I've discovered [Insert => Date], which looks like

default date format

2010-12-18 Thread alain . didierjean
I insert dates through the date lyx command (and a key binding). How can I set a different default date format ( I used to get samedi 18 décembre 2010 and now I get 18/12/210 which is ugly in a letter in french. Thx,

Re: default date format

2010-12-18 Thread Ignacio García
alain . didierjean Sat, 18 Dec 2010 I insert dates through the date lyx command (and a key binding). How can I set a different default date format ( I used to get samedi 18 décembre 2010 and now I get 18/12/210 which is ugly in a letter in french. Menu Tools Preferences Outputs General

default date format

2010-12-18 Thread alain . didierjean
I insert dates through the date lyx command (and a key binding). How can I set a different default date format ( I used to get samedi 18 décembre 2010 and now I get 18/12/210 which is ugly in a letter in french. Thx,

Re: default date format

2010-12-18 Thread Ignacio García
alain . didierjean Sat, 18 Dec 2010 I insert dates through the date lyx command (and a key binding). How can I set a different default date format ( I used to get samedi 18 décembre 2010 and now I get 18/12/210 which is ugly in a letter in french. Menu Tools Preferences Outputs General

default date format

2010-12-18 Thread alain . didierjean
I insert dates through the date lyx command (and a key binding). How can I set a different default date format ( I used to get "samedi 18 décembre 2010" and now I get "18/12/210" which is ugly in a letter in french. Thx,

Re: default date format

2010-12-18 Thread Ignacio García
alain . didierjean Sat, 18 Dec 2010 > I insert dates through the date lyx command (and a key binding). How can I > set a > different default date format ( I used to get "samedi 18 décembre 2010" and > now > I get "18/12/210" which is ugly in a letter i

Date Format

2004-05-23 Thread rwint
How come whenever I something in Lyx (DVI, etc), the date always shows up as Day Month Year instead of Monday Day, Year? I tried changing the date format in the preferences to no avail. How can I fix this? Thanks.

Date Format

2004-05-23 Thread rwint
How come whenever I something in Lyx (DVI, etc), the date always shows up as Day Month Year instead of Monday Day, Year? I tried changing the date format in the preferences to no avail. How can I fix this? Thanks.

Date Format

2004-05-23 Thread rwint
How come whenever I something in Lyx (DVI, etc), the date always shows up as "Day Month Year" instead of "Monday Day, Year"? I tried changing the date format in the preferences to no avail. How can I fix this? Thanks.

Re: default date format (LyX/LaTeX)

2003-02-13 Thread Herbert Voss
Ronald Florence schrieb: How do I change the default date format in LyX/LaTeX from 13th February 2003 to February 13, 2003? http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/titlepage/titlepage.phtml#date Herbert -- http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/

Re: default date format (LyX/LaTeX)

2003-02-13 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 10:09:49AM -0500, Ronald Florence wrote: How do I change the default date format in LyX/LaTeX from 13th February 2003 to February 13, 2003? (I know, it's an antiquated and illogical Americanism, but some publishers prefer it. And with www.lyx.org not responding

Re: default date format (LyX/LaTeX)

2003-02-13 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, Dekel Tsur wrote: On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 10:09:49AM -0500, Ronald Florence wrote: How do I change the default date format in LyX/LaTeX from 13th February 2003 to February 13, 2003? Change the language of the document to American. So what is this setting

Re: default date format (LyX/LaTeX)

2003-02-13 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 06:41:05PM +0100, Christian Ridderstr?m wrote: How do I change the default date format in LyX/LaTeX from 13th February 2003 to February 13, 2003? Change the language of the document to American. So what is this setting for then? Edit-Preferences

Re: default date format (LyX/LaTeX)

2003-02-13 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, Dekel Tsur wrote: So what is this setting for then? Edit-Preferences-Outputs-Date format (The help says: Date format for strftime output) It is the format of the date that is inserted with M-x date-insert Thanks. I did a search for 'date-insert' and noticed

Re: default date format (LyX/LaTeX)

2003-02-13 Thread Herbert Voss
Ronald Florence schrieb: How do I change the default date format in LyX/LaTeX from 13th February 2003 to February 13, 2003? http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/titlepage/titlepage.phtml#date Herbert -- http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/

Re: default date format (LyX/LaTeX)

2003-02-13 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 10:09:49AM -0500, Ronald Florence wrote: How do I change the default date format in LyX/LaTeX from 13th February 2003 to February 13, 2003? (I know, it's an antiquated and illogical Americanism, but some publishers prefer it. And with www.lyx.org not responding

Re: default date format (LyX/LaTeX)

2003-02-13 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, Dekel Tsur wrote: On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 10:09:49AM -0500, Ronald Florence wrote: How do I change the default date format in LyX/LaTeX from 13th February 2003 to February 13, 2003? Change the language of the document to American. So what is this setting

Re: default date format (LyX/LaTeX)

2003-02-13 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 06:41:05PM +0100, Christian Ridderstr?m wrote: How do I change the default date format in LyX/LaTeX from 13th February 2003 to February 13, 2003? Change the language of the document to American. So what is this setting for then? Edit-Preferences

Re: default date format (LyX/LaTeX)

2003-02-13 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, Dekel Tsur wrote: So what is this setting for then? Edit-Preferences-Outputs-Date format (The help says: Date format for strftime output) It is the format of the date that is inserted with M-x date-insert Thanks. I did a search for 'date-insert' and noticed

Re: default date format (LyX/LaTeX)

2003-02-13 Thread Herbert Voss
Ronald Florence schrieb: How do I change the default date format in LyX/LaTeX from 13th February 2003 to February 13, 2003? http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/titlepage/titlepage.phtml#date Herbert -- http://www.educat.hu-berlin.de/~voss/lyx/

Re: default date format (LyX/LaTeX)

2003-02-13 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 10:09:49AM -0500, Ronald Florence wrote: > How do I change the default date format in LyX/LaTeX from 13th > February 2003 to February 13, 2003? > > (I know, it's an antiquated and illogical Americanism, but some > publishers prefer it. And with www.lyx.org

Re: default date format (LyX/LaTeX)

2003-02-13 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, Dekel Tsur wrote: > On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 10:09:49AM -0500, Ronald Florence wrote: > > How do I change the default date format in LyX/LaTeX from 13th > > February 2003 to February 13, 2003? > > > Change the language of the document to American.

Re: default date format (LyX/LaTeX)

2003-02-13 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 06:41:05PM +0100, Christian Ridderstr?m wrote: > > > How do I change the default date format in LyX/LaTeX from 13th > > > February 2003 to February 13, 2003? > > > > > Change the language of the document to American. > > So what

Re: default date format (LyX/LaTeX)

2003-02-13 Thread Christian Ridderström
On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, Dekel Tsur wrote: > > So what is this setting for then? > > Edit->Preferences->Outputs->Date format > > > > (The help says: "Date format for strftime output") > > It is the format of the date that is inserted with M

changing the default Date format

2002-04-15 Thread Nirmal Govind
How do I change the default format of the Date? Right now it says 15th April 2002 but say I want it to be April 15, 2002 instead? I know I can do it manually with \date{} but how do I change the default so that it looks like this when I just say \today for instance.. Thanks, nirmal

Re: changing the default Date format

2002-04-15 Thread Matej Cepl
On Mon, Apr 15, 2002 at 03:18:02AM -0400, Nirmal Govind wrote: How do I change the default format of the Date? Right now it says 15th April 2002 but say I want it to be April 15, 2002 instead? I know I can do it manually with \date{} but how do I change the default so that it looks like

Re: changing the default Date format

2002-04-15 Thread Herbert Voss
Nirmal Govind wrote: How do I change the default format of the Date? Right now it says 15th April 2002 but say I want it to be April 15, 2002 instead? I know I can do it manually with \date{} but how do I change the default so that it looks like this when I just say \today for

changing the default Date format

2002-04-15 Thread Nirmal Govind
How do I change the default format of the Date? Right now it says 15th April 2002 but say I want it to be April 15, 2002 instead? I know I can do it manually with \date{} but how do I change the default so that it looks like this when I just say \today for instance.. Thanks, nirmal

Re: changing the default Date format

2002-04-15 Thread Matej Cepl
On Mon, Apr 15, 2002 at 03:18:02AM -0400, Nirmal Govind wrote: How do I change the default format of the Date? Right now it says 15th April 2002 but say I want it to be April 15, 2002 instead? I know I can do it manually with \date{} but how do I change the default so that it looks like

Re: changing the default Date format

2002-04-15 Thread Herbert Voss
Nirmal Govind wrote: How do I change the default format of the Date? Right now it says 15th April 2002 but say I want it to be April 15, 2002 instead? I know I can do it manually with \date{} but how do I change the default so that it looks like this when I just say \today for

changing the default Date format

2002-04-15 Thread Nirmal Govind
How do I change the default format of the Date? Right now it says "15th April 2002" but say I want it to be "April 15, 2002" instead? I know I can do it manually with \date{} but how do I change the default so that it looks like this when I just say \today for instance.. Thanks, nirmal

Re: changing the default Date format

2002-04-15 Thread Matej Cepl
On Mon, Apr 15, 2002 at 03:18:02AM -0400, Nirmal Govind wrote: > How do I change the default format of the Date? Right now it says "15th > April 2002" but say I want it to be "April 15, 2002" instead? I know I can > do it manually with \date{} but how do I change the default so that it >

Re: changing the default Date format

2002-04-15 Thread Herbert Voss
Nirmal Govind wrote: > > How do I change the default format of the Date? Right now it says "15th > April 2002" but say I want it to be "April 15, 2002" instead? I know I > can do it manually with \date{} but how do I change the default so that > it looks like this when I just say \today for

Re: Date format location

2001-08-28 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Sun, Aug 26, 2001 at 11:13:33AM -0700, Bruce Wolk wrote: How does one change the location and format of the date in the letter document class. It mysteriously appears as 26th August 2001 two lines below the return address. I would like to move it and have it read

Re: Date format location

2001-08-28 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Sun, Aug 26, 2001 at 11:13:33AM -0700, Bruce Wolk wrote: How does one change the location and format of the date in the letter document class. It mysteriously appears as 26th August 2001 two lines below the return address. I would like to move it and have it read

Re: Date format & location

2001-08-28 Thread Dekel Tsur
On Sun, Aug 26, 2001 at 11:13:33AM -0700, Bruce Wolk wrote: > How does one change the location and format of the date in the letter > document class. It mysteriously appears as "26th August 2001" two lines > below the return address. I would like to move it and have it read

Date format location

2001-08-26 Thread Bruce Wolk
How does one change the location and format of the date in the letter document class. It mysteriously appears as 26th August 2001 two lines below the return address. I would like to move it and have it read August 26, 2001. I can find no reference to this in any of the documentation. I looked

Date format location

2001-08-26 Thread Bruce Wolk
How does one change the location and format of the date in the letter document class. It mysteriously appears as 26th August 2001 two lines below the return address. I would like to move it and have it read August 26, 2001. I can find no reference to this in any of the documentation. I looked

Date format & location

2001-08-26 Thread Bruce Wolk
How does one change the location and format of the date in the letter document class. It mysteriously appears as "26th August 2001" two lines below the return address. I would like to move it and have it read "August 26, 2001." I can find no reference to this in any of the documentation. I

Date format in letter template

2001-02-15 Thread Todd A. Jacobs
Where is the date format being set in the letter template? I can't seem to find a way to modify it to look like "February 15, 2001" instead of "15th February 2001." -- Todd A. Jacobs CodeGnome Consulting, LTD

Re: Date format in letter template

2001-02-15 Thread Herbert Voss
"Todd A. Jacobs" wrote: Where is the date format being set in the letter template? I can't seem to find a way to modify it to look like "February 15, 2001" instead of "15th February 2001." this depends to your chosen language. you can change it with \date{Fe

Re: Date format in letter template

2001-02-15 Thread Todd A. Jacobs
On Thu, 15 Feb 2001, Herbert Voss wrote: \date{February 15th, 2001} in tex(red) anywhere in the text Doesn't work. It seems to have no effect on the date that appears after the return address. -- Todd A. Jacobs CodeGnome Consulting, LTD

Re: Date format in letter template

2001-02-15 Thread Keeper of the Key to Time
its date format from the document language. If you go Layout / Document and change Language to American, you will get "February 15th, 2001"; English will get you "15th February 2001", etc. There's no need to resort to ERT here. :) Moo, -- // Carl Hudkins :: ICQ 5723399

Date format in letter template

2001-02-15 Thread Todd A. Jacobs
Where is the date format being set in the letter template? I can't seem to find a way to modify it to look like "February 15, 2001" instead of "15th February 2001." -- Todd A. Jacobs CodeGnome Consulting, LTD

Re: Date format in letter template

2001-02-15 Thread Herbert Voss
"Todd A. Jacobs" wrote: Where is the date format being set in the letter template? I can't seem to find a way to modify it to look like "February 15, 2001" instead of "15th February 2001." this depends to your chosen language. you can change it with \date{Fe

Re: Date format in letter template

2001-02-15 Thread Todd A. Jacobs
On Thu, 15 Feb 2001, Herbert Voss wrote: \date{February 15th, 2001} in tex(red) anywhere in the text Doesn't work. It seems to have no effect on the date that appears after the return address. -- Todd A. Jacobs CodeGnome Consulting, LTD

Re: Date format in letter template

2001-02-15 Thread Keeper of the Key to Time
its date format from the document language. If you go Layout / Document and change Language to American, you will get "February 15th, 2001"; English will get you "15th February 2001", etc. There's no need to resort to ERT here. :) Moo, -- // Carl Hudkins :: ICQ 5723399

Date format in letter template

2001-02-15 Thread Todd A. Jacobs
Where is the date format being set in the letter template? I can't seem to find a way to modify it to look like "February 15, 2001" instead of "15th February 2001." -- Todd A. Jacobs CodeGnome Consulting, LTD

Re: Date format in letter template

2001-02-15 Thread Herbert Voss
"Todd A. Jacobs" wrote: > > Where is the date format being set in the letter template? I can't seem to > find a way to modify it to look like "February 15, 2001" instead of "15th > February 2001." this depends to your chosen language. you can change i

Re: Date format in letter template

2001-02-15 Thread Todd A. Jacobs
On Thu, 15 Feb 2001, Herbert Voss wrote: > \date{February 15th, 2001} > in tex(red) anywhere in the text Doesn't work. It seems to have no effect on the date that appears after the return address. -- Todd A. Jacobs CodeGnome Consulting, LTD

Re: Date format in letter template

2001-02-15 Thread Keeper of the Key to Time
The letter style seems to get its date format from the document language. If you go Layout / Document and change Language to American, you will get "February 15th, 2001"; English will get you "15th February 2001", etc. There's no need to resort to ERT here. :) Moo, -- /