searching in the references

2013-02-15 Thread Frédéric Parrenin
Dear all, I often encounter compilation problems linked with the bibliography. For example, lyx tell me that there is a syntax problem in a given reference. Then I need to search where I have inserted the reference in the lyx document. How to do that? The current search tool does not seem to

Re: searching in the references

2013-02-15 Thread Ray Rashif
On 15 February 2013 17:10, Frédéric Parrenin parre...@ujf-grenoble.frwrote: Dear all, I often encounter compilation problems linked with the bibliography. For example, lyx tell me that there is a syntax problem in a given reference. Then I need to search where I have inserted the reference

Re: searching in the references

2013-02-15 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Freitag, 15. Februar 2013, 11:01:40 schrieb Ray Rashif: On 15 February 2013 17:10, Frédéric Parrenin parrenin@ujf- grenoble.frwrote: Dear all, I often encounter compilation problems linked with the bibliography. For example, lyx tell me that there is a syntax problem in a given

searching in the references

2013-02-15 Thread Frédéric Parrenin
Dear all, I often encounter compilation problems linked with the bibliography. For example, lyx tell me that there is a syntax problem in a given reference. Then I need to search where I have inserted the reference in the lyx document. How to do that? The current search tool does not seem to

Re: searching in the references

2013-02-15 Thread Ray Rashif
On 15 February 2013 17:10, Frédéric Parrenin parre...@ujf-grenoble.frwrote: Dear all, I often encounter compilation problems linked with the bibliography. For example, lyx tell me that there is a syntax problem in a given reference. Then I need to search where I have inserted the reference

Re: searching in the references

2013-02-15 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Freitag, 15. Februar 2013, 11:01:40 schrieb Ray Rashif: On 15 February 2013 17:10, Frédéric Parrenin parrenin@ujf- grenoble.frwrote: Dear all, I often encounter compilation problems linked with the bibliography. For example, lyx tell me that there is a syntax problem in a given

searching in the references

2013-02-15 Thread Frédéric Parrenin
Dear all, I often encounter compilation problems linked with the bibliography. For example, lyx tell me that there is a syntax problem in a given reference. Then I need to search where I have inserted the reference in the lyx document. How to do that? The current search tool does not seem to

Re: searching in the references

2013-02-15 Thread Ray Rashif
On 15 February 2013 17:10, Frédéric Parrenin wrote: > Dear all, > > I often encounter compilation problems linked with the bibliography. > For example, lyx tell me that there is a syntax problem in a given > reference. > Then I need to search where I have inserted the

Re: searching in the references

2013-02-15 Thread Wolfgang Engelmann
Am Freitag, 15. Februar 2013, 11:01:40 schrieb Ray Rashif: > On 15 February 2013 17:10, Frédéric Parrenin wrote: > > Dear all, > > > > I often encounter compilation problems linked with the bibliography. > > For example, lyx tell me that there is a syntax problem in a

Re: Searching In Index References

2005-01-22 Thread Rich Shepard
On Sat, 22 Jan 2005, Uwe Stöhr wrote: Not with LyX :-( but you could search in the LyX-file for \index{ with a text editor of your choice. Uwe, The reason I appear so clueless about searching the text file is that when I'm working within LyX I just don't think of using another tool to make

Re: Searching In Index References

2005-01-22 Thread Rich Shepard
On Sat, 22 Jan 2005, Uwe Stöhr wrote: Not with LyX :-( but you could search in the LyX-file for \index{ with a text editor of your choice. Uwe, The reason I appear so clueless about searching the text file is that when I'm working within LyX I just don't think of using another tool to make

Re: Searching In Index References

2005-01-22 Thread Rich Shepard
On Sat, 22 Jan 2005, Uwe Stöhr wrote: > Not with LyX :-( but you could search in the LyX-file for "\index{" with a > text editor of your choice. Uwe, The reason I appear so clueless about searching the text file is that when I'm working within LyX I just don't think of using another tool to

Searching In Index References

2005-01-21 Thread Rich Shepard
As I develop the index for my book I see some index references that I want to change. Is there a way quicker than searching for each term from the beginning of the document and checking the contents of the gray idx box to find the ones I want? Thanks, Rich -- Dr. Richard B. Shepard,

Re: Searching In Index References

2005-01-21 Thread Angus Leeming
Rich Shepard wrote: As I develop the index for my book I see some index references that I want to change. Is there a way quicker than searching for each term from the beginning of the document and checking the contents of the gray idx box to find the ones I want? There's a reason that

Re: Searching In Index References

2005-01-21 Thread Rich Shepard
On Fri, 21 Jan 2005, Angus Leeming wrote: There's a reason that the LyX file format is plain text, you know... Oh, Duh! I keep thinking of doing it within LyX. From the console: $ grep -n '^\\begin_inset LatexCommand \\index' yourfile.lyx Sigh. Of course! Thanks for the clue, Angus,

Searching In Index References

2005-01-21 Thread Rich Shepard
As I develop the index for my book I see some index references that I want to change. Is there a way quicker than searching for each term from the beginning of the document and checking the contents of the gray idx box to find the ones I want? Thanks, Rich -- Dr. Richard B. Shepard,

Re: Searching In Index References

2005-01-21 Thread Angus Leeming
Rich Shepard wrote: As I develop the index for my book I see some index references that I want to change. Is there a way quicker than searching for each term from the beginning of the document and checking the contents of the gray idx box to find the ones I want? There's a reason that

Re: Searching In Index References

2005-01-21 Thread Rich Shepard
On Fri, 21 Jan 2005, Angus Leeming wrote: There's a reason that the LyX file format is plain text, you know... Oh, Duh! I keep thinking of doing it within LyX. From the console: $ grep -n '^\\begin_inset LatexCommand \\index' yourfile.lyx Sigh. Of course! Thanks for the clue, Angus,

Searching In Index References

2005-01-21 Thread Rich Shepard
As I develop the index for my book I see some index references that I want to change. Is there a way quicker than searching for each term from the beginning of the document and checking the contents of the gray "idx" box to find the ones I want? Thanks, Rich -- Dr. Richard B. Shepard,

Re: Searching In Index References

2005-01-21 Thread Angus Leeming
Rich Shepard wrote: >As I develop the index for my book I see some index references that I >want > to change. Is there a way quicker than searching for each term from the > beginning of the document and checking the contents of the gray "idx" box > to find the ones I want? There's a

Re: Searching In Index References

2005-01-21 Thread Rich Shepard
On Fri, 21 Jan 2005, Angus Leeming wrote: > There's a reason that the LyX file format is plain text, you know... Oh, Duh! I keep thinking of doing it within LyX. >> From the console: > $ grep -n '^\\begin_inset LatexCommand \\index' yourfile.lyx Sigh. Of course! Thanks for the clue,