Re: question re citation

2009-04-28 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-04-27, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:

 In a document (Lyx1.6.1) I get an error message 
 TeX capacity exceeded
 cite{a reference}{319}{13.5.3}{section*.37}
 If you really absolutely need more capacity ...

 I tried to remove the citation from the text for a later inspection what was 
 going wrong with it, by putting it in a yellow note-box and re-ran the 
 pdf-latex preview. It still gave the same error message. If I click on the 
 citation and in the lyx literature box click on the reference and try to 
 remove it (remove, ok) it is not removed. 
 Now, interestingly, the same happens also if I am removing the citation 
 completely from the text. I have to leave the lyx session and restart it 
 again in order to get rid of it.

 I guess it has to do with the aux file which is still existing and contains 
 the citation it is chocking on. 

Most probably.

 [By the way, (I do not think it has to do with it) I am producing (and 
 inserting) the citations via a JabRef bib-file.]

Still, the aux-file is generated (from the document and the bibtex-extracted
citations).

 It is annoying to have to restart the session for each removal. Is there a 
 better way? 

Does closing and reopening the doc help? Or just try a second/third time?
Maybe even Save, do some silly change, FileRevert to saved.

Günter



Re: question re citation

2009-04-28 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Tuesday 28 April 2009 10:26:30 schrieb Guenter Milde:


 Still, the aux-file is generated (from the document and the
 bibtex-extracted citations).

  It is annoying to have to restart the session for each removal. Is there
  a better way?

 Does closing and reopening the doc help? Or just try a second/third time?
 Maybe even Save, do some silly change, FileRevert to saved.

Thanks, Guenther,

closing and reopening the doc and/or save does not help.
Will try your other proposals next time I am getting this error. 

Wolfgang


Re: question re citation

2009-04-28 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-04-27, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:

 In a document (Lyx1.6.1) I get an error message 
 TeX capacity exceeded
 cite{a reference}{319}{13.5.3}{section*.37}
 If you really absolutely need more capacity ...

 I tried to remove the citation from the text for a later inspection what was 
 going wrong with it, by putting it in a yellow note-box and re-ran the 
 pdf-latex preview. It still gave the same error message. If I click on the 
 citation and in the lyx literature box click on the reference and try to 
 remove it (remove, ok) it is not removed. 
 Now, interestingly, the same happens also if I am removing the citation 
 completely from the text. I have to leave the lyx session and restart it 
 again in order to get rid of it.

 I guess it has to do with the aux file which is still existing and contains 
 the citation it is chocking on. 

Most probably.

 [By the way, (I do not think it has to do with it) I am producing (and 
 inserting) the citations via a JabRef bib-file.]

Still, the aux-file is generated (from the document and the bibtex-extracted
citations).

 It is annoying to have to restart the session for each removal. Is there a 
 better way? 

Does closing and reopening the doc help? Or just try a second/third time?
Maybe even Save, do some silly change, FileRevert to saved.

Günter



Re: question re citation

2009-04-28 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Tuesday 28 April 2009 10:26:30 schrieb Guenter Milde:


 Still, the aux-file is generated (from the document and the
 bibtex-extracted citations).

  It is annoying to have to restart the session for each removal. Is there
  a better way?

 Does closing and reopening the doc help? Or just try a second/third time?
 Maybe even Save, do some silly change, FileRevert to saved.

Thanks, Guenther,

closing and reopening the doc and/or save does not help.
Will try your other proposals next time I am getting this error. 

Wolfgang


Re: question re citation

2009-04-28 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-04-27, Wolfgang Engelmann wrote:

> In a document (Lyx1.6.1) I get an error message 
> TeX capacity exceeded
> cite{a reference}{319}{13.5.3}{section*.37}
> If you really absolutely need more capacity ...

> I tried to remove the citation from the text for a later inspection what was 
> going wrong with it, by putting it in a yellow note-box and re-ran the 
> pdf-latex preview. It still gave the same error message. If I click on the 
> citation and in the lyx literature box click on the reference and try to 
> remove it (remove, ok) it is not removed. 
> Now, interestingly, the same happens also if I am removing the citation 
> completely from the text. I have to leave the lyx session and restart it 
> again in order to get rid of it.

> I guess it has to do with the aux file which is still existing and contains 
> the citation it is chocking on. 

Most probably.

> [By the way, (I do not think it has to do with it) I am producing (and 
> inserting) the citations via a JabRef bib-file.]

Still, the aux-file is generated (from the document and the bibtex-extracted
citations).

> It is annoying to have to restart the session for each removal. Is there a 
> better way? 

Does closing and reopening the doc help? Or just try a second/third time?
Maybe even Save, do some silly change, File>Revert to saved.

Günter



Re: question re citation

2009-04-28 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Tuesday 28 April 2009 10:26:30 schrieb Guenter Milde:

>
> Still, the aux-file is generated (from the document and the
> bibtex-extracted citations).
>
> > It is annoying to have to restart the session for each removal. Is there
> > a better way?
>
> Does closing and reopening the doc help? Or just try a second/third time?
> Maybe even Save, do some silly change, File>Revert to saved.
>
Thanks, Guenther,

closing and reopening the doc and/or save does not help.
Will try your other proposals next time I am getting this error. 

Wolfgang


question re citation

2009-04-27 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Dear list members

I need again your help.
In a document (Lyx1.6.1) I get an error message 
TeX capacity exceeded
cite{a reference}{319}{13.5.3}{section*.37}
If you really absolutely need more capacity ...

I tried to remove the citation from the text for a later inspection what was 
going wrong with it, by putting it in a yellow note-box and re-ran the 
pdf-latex preview. It still gave the same error message. If I click on the 
citation and in the lyx literature box click on the reference and try to 
remove it (remove, ok) it is not removed. 
Now, interestingly, the same happens also if I am removing the citation 
completely from the text. I have to leave the lyx session and restart it 
again in order to get rid of it.
I guess it has to do with the aux file which is still existing and contains 
the citation it is chocking on. 
[By the way, (I do not think it has to do with it) I am producing (and 
inserting) the citations via a JabRef bib-file.]

It is annoying to have to restart the session for each removal. Is there a 
better way? 

Do not ask for a simple example, because there is none. It is a long document 
of about 500 pages and many figures (~400) and it was written with one of the 
1.5 versions of lyx and I wanted to update it using the (much more handy) lyx 
1.6 version. 

I have asked for the error I am getting regarding the citations before, it 
seems to have to do with the Koma-book 2 column style and the braking of the 
citations; a remedy is to put the offending citation on a slightly different 
location. Having done this, it might happen afterward with a different 
citation. It happens, if I have several citations together. So this is not 
the issue, I know how do deal with it.

Wolfgang


question re citation

2009-04-27 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Dear list members

I need again your help.
In a document (Lyx1.6.1) I get an error message 
TeX capacity exceeded
cite{a reference}{319}{13.5.3}{section*.37}
If you really absolutely need more capacity ...

I tried to remove the citation from the text for a later inspection what was 
going wrong with it, by putting it in a yellow note-box and re-ran the 
pdf-latex preview. It still gave the same error message. If I click on the 
citation and in the lyx literature box click on the reference and try to 
remove it (remove, ok) it is not removed. 
Now, interestingly, the same happens also if I am removing the citation 
completely from the text. I have to leave the lyx session and restart it 
again in order to get rid of it.
I guess it has to do with the aux file which is still existing and contains 
the citation it is chocking on. 
[By the way, (I do not think it has to do with it) I am producing (and 
inserting) the citations via a JabRef bib-file.]

It is annoying to have to restart the session for each removal. Is there a 
better way? 

Do not ask for a simple example, because there is none. It is a long document 
of about 500 pages and many figures (~400) and it was written with one of the 
1.5 versions of lyx and I wanted to update it using the (much more handy) lyx 
1.6 version. 

I have asked for the error I am getting regarding the citations before, it 
seems to have to do with the Koma-book 2 column style and the braking of the 
citations; a remedy is to put the offending citation on a slightly different 
location. Having done this, it might happen afterward with a different 
citation. It happens, if I have several citations together. So this is not 
the issue, I know how do deal with it.

Wolfgang


question re citation

2009-04-27 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Dear list members

I need again your help.
In a document (Lyx1.6.1) I get an error message 
TeX capacity exceeded
cite{a reference}{319}{13.5.3}{section*.37}
If you really absolutely need more capacity ...

I tried to remove the citation from the text for a later inspection what was 
going wrong with it, by putting it in a yellow note-box and re-ran the 
pdf-latex preview. It still gave the same error message. If I click on the 
citation and in the lyx literature box click on the reference and try to 
remove it (remove, ok) it is not removed. 
Now, interestingly, the same happens also if I am removing the citation 
completely from the text. I have to leave the lyx session and restart it 
again in order to get rid of it.
I guess it has to do with the aux file which is still existing and contains 
the citation it is chocking on. 
[By the way, (I do not think it has to do with it) I am producing (and 
inserting) the citations via a JabRef bib-file.]

It is annoying to have to restart the session for each removal. Is there a 
better way? 

Do not ask for a simple example, because there is none. It is a long document 
of about 500 pages and many figures (~400) and it was written with one of the 
1.5 versions of lyx and I wanted to update it using the (much more handy) lyx 
1.6 version. 

I have asked for the error I am getting regarding the citations before, it 
seems to have to do with the Koma-book 2 column style and the braking of the 
citations; a remedy is to put the offending citation on a slightly different 
location. Having done this, it might happen afterward with a different 
citation. It happens, if I have several citations together. So this is not 
the issue, I know how do deal with it.

Wolfgang