Re: Greek and degree-sign characters in listing

2014-07-02 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2014-07-01, Alexander Berg wrote: Dear all, i am using Lyx 2.1.0 on Arch Linux x86 and i hope that somebody out there can help me :). Google told me nothing helpful. I am trying to export a document (class: article) to pdf. There are some listings with greek characters and degree signs

IPA in linggloss inset?

2014-07-02 Thread Hiram Ring
Hi folks, First off, thanks so much to Jürgen for all his work on the IPA toolbar in LyX 2.1! It is fantastic. A question, however: is it possible to enable normal text input in the linggloss (or in my case lingglosss) inset/environment? This would allow for direct IPA input, for example.

Re: Greek and degree-sign characters in listing

2014-07-02 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2014-07-01, Alexander Berg wrote: Dear all, i am using Lyx 2.1.0 on Arch Linux x86 and i hope that somebody out there can help me :). Google told me nothing helpful. I am trying to export a document (class: article) to pdf. There are some listings with greek characters and degree signs

IPA in linggloss inset?

2014-07-02 Thread Hiram Ring
Hi folks, First off, thanks so much to Jürgen for all his work on the IPA toolbar in LyX 2.1! It is fantastic. A question, however: is it possible to enable normal text input in the linggloss (or in my case lingglosss) inset/environment? This would allow for direct IPA input, for example.

Re: Greek and degree-sign characters in listing

2014-07-02 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2014-07-01, Alexander Berg wrote: > Dear all, > i am using Lyx 2.1.0 on Arch Linux x86 and i hope that somebody out > there can help me :). Google told me nothing helpful. > I am trying to export a document (class: article) to pdf. There are some > listings with greek characters and degree

IPA in linggloss inset?

2014-07-02 Thread Hiram Ring
Hi folks, First off, thanks so much to Jürgen for all his work on the IPA toolbar in LyX 2.1! It is fantastic. A question, however: is it possible to enable normal text input in the linggloss (or in my case lingglosss) inset/environment? This would allow for direct IPA input, for example.