Re: The tortured release of 2.3.0 Windows binaries

2018-05-13 Thread Anders Ekberg
1 agree, but censor a list is not really good either (most posts, such as this one) are not by developers 2 see the discussion on the developers list, suggestions like this have been thoroughly discussed > 13 maj 2018 kl. 14:16 skrev Bernt Lie : > > 1: I agree, and I didn't

Re: The tortured release of 2.3.0 Windows binaries

2018-05-13 Thread Anders Ekberg
1 I haven’t seen any developer having any opinion on which os users are running, they are simply stating what they are running in order to explain the problem 2 the question is if you should update software (other than lyx) *without asking the user* All the best! Anders > 13 maj 2018 kl.

Re: The tortured release of 2.3.0 Windows binaries

2018-05-13 Thread Bernt Lie
1: I agree, and I didn't say so. Essentially, my point is that developers can not do that without compromising its OS agnostics. For various reasons, I use Windows myself. And I have full respect for others making different choices. I don't think the LyX list should be used for negative

RE: The tortured release of 2.3.0 Windows binaries

2018-05-13 Thread Bernt Lie
> Why are people still using Windows? My firm gets along without Gates just > fine. I use Windows, almost all of my colleagues use Windows. I know of 1 colleague who uses Linux - he is very computer savvy, sets up his own system, hacks LaTeX classes, and is not interested in using LyX -- he

LyX 2.3.0 on Mac: Exporting to LaTeX (pdflatex) messes up paths to tables and figures

2018-05-13 Thread Uwe Thuemmel
Dear fellow users, I have figures (as pdf) and tables (as LyX child documents) in subdirectories ./figures and ./tables. When I export from LyX 2.3.0 on Mac to LaTeX (pdflatex), the relative paths to these figures and tables are messed up. In particular, they are replaced by absolute paths

Re: The tortured release of 2.3.0 Windows binaries

2018-05-13 Thread Jean-Marc Lasgouttes
Le 13/05/2018 à 14:16, Bernt Lie a écrit : 1: I agree, and I didn't say so. Essentially, my point is that developers can not do that without compromising its OS agnostics. For various reasons, I use Windows myself. And I have full respect for others making different choices. I don't think the

Re: The tortured release of 2.3.0 Windows binaries

2018-05-13 Thread Scott Kostyshak
On Sun, May 13, 2018 at 12:16:33PM +, Bernt Lie wrote: > For various reasons, I use Windows myself. And I have full respect for others > making different choices. I don't think the LyX list should be used for > negative description of OSes not used by oneself. +1. > 2: I see the point. If

Re: The tortured release of 2.3.0 Windows binaries

2018-05-13 Thread Richard Kimberly Heck
On 05/13/2018 08:16 AM, Bernt Lie wrote: > 1: I agree, and I didn't say so. Essentially, my point is that > developers can not do that without compromising its OS agnostics. For > various reasons, I use Windows myself. And I have full respect for > others making different choices. I don't think

Re: The tortured release of 2.3.0 Windows binaries

2018-05-13 Thread Bernt Lie
Since I'm currently a Windows user: I do curse it every now and then. I used VMS and Solaris long time ago + MacOS a little at the same time; they also had their things. B Get Outlook for Android From: lyx-users@lists.lyx.org

Re: LyX 2.3.0 on Mac: Exporting to LaTeX (pdflatex) messes up paths to tables and figures

2018-05-13 Thread Joel Kulesza
On Sun, May 13, 2018 at 9:37 AM, Uwe Thuemmel wrote: > Dear fellow users, > > I have figures (as pdf) and tables (as LyX child documents) in > subdirectories ./figures and ./tables. When I export from LyX 2.3.0 on Mac > to LaTeX (pdflatex), the relative paths to these