Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. I get the error: Misplaced alignment tab character . s s\end{cases}$ I can't figure out why you would want to use a tab mark here. If you just want an ampersand

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread rgheck
On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. I get the error: Misplaced alignment tab character. s s\end{cases}$ I can't figure out why you would want to use

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
* rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 14:02: On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. .. Furthermore, if I just use the left column, then it is displayed all on one line. Has

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread rgheck
On 08/20/2009 10:07 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: * rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 14:02: On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. .. Furthermore, if I

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
* rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 15:15: On 08/20/2009 10:07 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: I didn't have Use AMS match package automatically ticked. Just tick that, unless you have some reason not to do so. I think it was because I had imported a latex document to Lyx, and it wasn't ticked. It seems to

RE: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW
I think it was because I had imported a latex document to Lyx, and it wasn't ticked. It seems to be ticked by default on new documents. I guess I should file it as a bug? If we don't want to tick it for imported options, then it ought to raise a warning at the point where it would have included

Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. I get the error: Misplaced alignment tab character . s s\end{cases}$ I can't figure out why you would want to use a tab mark here. If you just want an ampersand

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread rgheck
On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. I get the error: Misplaced alignment tab character. s s\end{cases}$ I can't figure out why you would want to use

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
* rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 14:02: On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. .. Furthermore, if I just use the left column, then it is displayed all on one line. Has

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread rgheck
On 08/20/2009 10:07 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: * rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 14:02: On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. .. Furthermore, if I

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
* rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 15:15: On 08/20/2009 10:07 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: I didn't have Use AMS match package automatically ticked. Just tick that, unless you have some reason not to do so. I think it was because I had imported a latex document to Lyx, and it wasn't ticked. It seems to

RE: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW
I think it was because I had imported a latex document to Lyx, and it wasn't ticked. It seems to be ticked by default on new documents. I guess I should file it as a bug? If we don't want to tick it for imported options, then it ought to raise a warning at the point where it would have included

Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. I get the error: Misplaced alignment tab character &. s & s\end{cases}$ I can't figure out why you would want to use a tab mark here. If you j

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread rgheck
On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. I get the error: Misplaced alignment tab character&. s& s\end{cases}$ I can't figure out why you wo

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
* rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 14:02: > On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: >> In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to >> work properly, unless I just use the first column. .. >> Furthermore, if I just use the left column, then it is di

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread rgheck
On 08/20/2009 10:07 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: * rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 14:02: On 08/20/2009 08:57 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: In a display-equation environment I can't get the cases environment to work properly, unless I just use the first column. .. Furthermore, if I

Re: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Sam Liddicott
* rgheck wrote, On 20/08/09 15:15: > On 08/20/2009 10:07 AM, Sam Liddicott wrote: >> I didn't have "Use AMS match package automatically" >> ticked. >> > Just tick that, unless you have some reason not to do so. I think it was because I had imported a latex document to Lyx, and it wasn't ticked.

RE: Cases environment

2009-08-20 Thread Vincent van Ravesteijn - TNW
>I think it was because I had imported a latex document >to Lyx, and it wasn't ticked. It seems to be ticked by >default on new documents. >I guess I should file it as a bug? If we don't want to >tick it for imported options, then it ought to raise a >warning at the point where it would have

Reversed cases environment

2008-09-11 Thread Paul Smith
Dear All, Is it possible to produce something like the cases environment does, but with the bracket on the opposite side? (Please, see the attached example.) Thanks in advance, Paul attachment: example.png

Re: Reversed cases environment

2008-09-11 Thread Julio Rojas
, Paul Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear All, Is it possible to produce something like the cases environment does, but with the bracket on the opposite side? (Please, see the attached example.) Thanks in advance, Paul

Re: Reversed cases environment

2008-09-11 Thread Paul Smith
something like the cases environment does, but with the bracket on the opposite side? (Please, see the attached example.) Thanks in advance, Paul

Re: Reversed cases environment

2008-09-11 Thread Julio Rojas
. - Julio Rojas [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 2:17 PM, Paul Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear All, Is it possible to produce something like the cases environment does, but with the bracket on the opposite side? (Please, see the attached

Re: Reversed cases environment

2008-09-11 Thread Paul Smith
. Good luck. - Julio Rojas [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 2:17 PM, Paul Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear All, Is it possible to produce something like the cases environment does, but with the bracket on the opposite side

Reversed cases environment

2008-09-11 Thread Paul Smith
Dear All, Is it possible to produce something like the cases environment does, but with the bracket on the opposite side? (Please, see the attached example.) Thanks in advance, Paul attachment: example.png

Re: Reversed cases environment

2008-09-11 Thread Julio Rojas
, Paul Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear All, Is it possible to produce something like the cases environment does, but with the bracket on the opposite side? (Please, see the attached example.) Thanks in advance, Paul

Re: Reversed cases environment

2008-09-11 Thread Paul Smith
something like the cases environment does, but with the bracket on the opposite side? (Please, see the attached example.) Thanks in advance, Paul

Re: Reversed cases environment

2008-09-11 Thread Julio Rojas
. - Julio Rojas [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 2:17 PM, Paul Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear All, Is it possible to produce something like the cases environment does, but with the bracket on the opposite side? (Please, see the attached

Re: Reversed cases environment

2008-09-11 Thread Paul Smith
. Good luck. - Julio Rojas [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 2:17 PM, Paul Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear All, Is it possible to produce something like the cases environment does, but with the bracket on the opposite side

Reversed cases environment

2008-09-11 Thread Paul Smith
Dear All, Is it possible to produce something like the cases environment does, but with the bracket on the opposite side? (Please, see the attached example.) Thanks in advance, Paul <>

Re: Reversed cases environment

2008-09-11 Thread Julio Rojas
rt your equations. Good luck. - Julio Rojas [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 2:17 PM, Paul Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Dear All, > > Is it possible to produce something like the cases environment does, > but with the bracket on the opposite side? (Please, see the attached > example.) > > Thanks in advance, > > Paul >

Re: Reversed cases environment

2008-09-11 Thread Paul Smith
> Good luck. > - > Julio Rojas > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > > > On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 2:17 PM, Paul Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >> Dear All, >> >> Is it possible to produce something like the cases environment does, >> but with the bracket on the opposite side? (Please, see the attached >> example.) >> >> Thanks in advance, >> >> Paul >> >

Re: Reversed cases environment

2008-09-11 Thread Julio Rojas
gt; Good luck. >> - >> Julio Rojas >> [EMAIL PROTECTED] >> >> >> >> On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 2:17 PM, Paul Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >>> Dear All, >>> >>> Is it possible to produce something like the cases environment does, >>> but with the bracket on the opposite side? (Please, see the attached >>> example.) >>> >>> Thanks in advance, >>> >>> Paul >>> >> >

Re: Reversed cases environment

2008-09-11 Thread Paul Smith
quot;eft). >>> 10- Click on the "OK" button. >>> 11- Insert your equations. >>> >>> Good luck. >>> - >>> Julio Rojas >>> [EMAIL PROTECTED] >>> >>> >>> >>> On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 2:17 PM, Paul Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >>>> Dear All, >>>> >>>> Is it possible to produce something like the cases environment does, >>>> but with the bracket on the opposite side? (Please, see the attached >>>> example.) >>>> >>>> Thanks in advance, >>>> >>>> Paul >>>> >>> >> >

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Sat, Oct 05, 2002 at 10:49:43PM -0500, Bo Peng wrote: This is not a big prolem but it would be better to avoid this kind of problem by adding amsmath to the default style. No good as some people don't want AMS... Note that you can switch on AMS using the preferences dialog. Andre' --

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Bo Peng
that you can switch on AMS using the preferences dialog. I do not know how to swith on AMS ... but this is not a big deal to me. Maybe lyx can solve this problem by: once a user uses cases environment, lyx adds ams support automatically. What I am thinking is: if I am a first time lyx user, I open

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 10:24:28AM -0500, Bo Peng wrote: I do not know how to swith on AMS ... but this is not a big deal to me. Maybe lyx can solve this problem by: once a user uses cases environment, lyx adds ams support automatically. This problem is unsolvable by clever guessing. I

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Herbert Voss
Andre Poenitz wrote: On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 10:24:28AM -0500, Bo Peng wrote: I do not know how to swith on AMS ... but this is not a big deal to me. Maybe lyx can solve this problem by: once a user uses cases environment, lyx adds ams support automatically. This problem is unsolvable

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 05:39:30PM +0200, Herbert Voss wrote: I do not agree! You have most of the amsstuff in lib/symbols, f.ex. ... hexagonwasy 55 0 xx Nevertheless it breaks if a user does not want AMS but uses a hexagon macro of his own. In this case LyX

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Bo Peng
On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 05:43:41PM +0200, Andre Poenitz wrote: Yes, that would be a good idea if we want to stick to the guessing mechanism. I did not know that this has already been discussed in lyx-devl, and I do not have any better idea than you guys. If lyx refuses to guess, maybe it can

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Sat, Oct 05, 2002 at 10:49:43PM -0500, Bo Peng wrote: This is not a big prolem but it would be better to avoid this kind of problem by adding amsmath to the default style. No good as some people don't want AMS... Note that you can switch on AMS using the preferences dialog. Andre' --

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Bo Peng
that you can switch on AMS using the preferences dialog. I do not know how to swith on AMS ... but this is not a big deal to me. Maybe lyx can solve this problem by: once a user uses cases environment, lyx adds ams support automatically. What I am thinking is: if I am a first time lyx user, I open

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 10:24:28AM -0500, Bo Peng wrote: I do not know how to swith on AMS ... but this is not a big deal to me. Maybe lyx can solve this problem by: once a user uses cases environment, lyx adds ams support automatically. This problem is unsolvable by clever guessing. I

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Herbert Voss
Andre Poenitz wrote: On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 10:24:28AM -0500, Bo Peng wrote: I do not know how to swith on AMS ... but this is not a big deal to me. Maybe lyx can solve this problem by: once a user uses cases environment, lyx adds ams support automatically. This problem is unsolvable

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 05:39:30PM +0200, Herbert Voss wrote: I do not agree! You have most of the amsstuff in lib/symbols, f.ex. ... hexagonwasy 55 0 xx Nevertheless it breaks if a user does not want AMS but uses a hexagon macro of his own. In this case LyX

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Bo Peng
On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 05:43:41PM +0200, Andre Poenitz wrote: Yes, that would be a good idea if we want to stick to the guessing mechanism. I did not know that this has already been discussed in lyx-devl, and I do not have any better idea than you guys. If lyx refuses to guess, maybe it can

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Sat, Oct 05, 2002 at 10:49:43PM -0500, Bo Peng wrote: > This is not a big prolem but it would be better to avoid this kind of > problem by adding amsmath to the default style. No good as some people don't want AMS... Note that you can "switch on" AMS using the preferences dialog. Andre'

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Bo Peng
ple don't want AMS... > Note that you can "switch on" AMS using the preferences dialog. I do not know how to "swith on" AMS ... but this is not a big deal to me. Maybe lyx can solve this problem by: once a user uses cases environment, lyx adds ams support automatically. What I

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 10:24:28AM -0500, Bo Peng wrote: > I do not know how to "swith on" AMS ... but this is not a big deal to > me. Maybe lyx can solve this problem by: once a user uses cases > environment, lyx adds ams support automatically. This problem is unsolvable

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Herbert Voss
Andre Poenitz wrote: > On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 10:24:28AM -0500, Bo Peng wrote: > >>I do not know how to "swith on" AMS ... but this is not a big deal to >>me. Maybe lyx can solve this problem by: once a user uses cases >>environment, lyx adds ams support au

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Andre Poenitz
On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 05:39:30PM +0200, Herbert Voss wrote: > I do not agree! You have most of the amsstuff in lib/symbols, f.ex. > ... > hexagonwasy 55 0 xx Nevertheless it breaks if a user does not want AMS but uses a "hexagon" macro of his own. In this case LyX

Re: cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-07 Thread Bo Peng
On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 05:43:41PM +0200, Andre Poenitz wrote: > Yes, that would be a good idea if we want to stick to the guessing > mechanism. I did not know that this has already been discussed in lyx-devl, and I do not have any better idea than you guys. If lyx refuses to guess, maybe it

cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-05 Thread Bo Peng
I start lyx, create a new document, insert math-cases environment, view dvi. I get two ERRORS! This is because the default document style article does not have amsmath. The solution is either adding \usepackage{amsmath} in the preamble or using another document style like article(AMS

cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-05 Thread Bo Peng
I start lyx, create a new document, insert math-cases environment, view dvi. I get two ERRORS! This is because the default document style article does not have amsmath. The solution is either adding \usepackage{amsmath} in the preamble or using another document style like article(AMS

cases environment does not exist in the default document style.

2002-10-05 Thread Bo Peng
I start lyx, create a new document, insert math->cases environment, view dvi. I get two ERRORS! This is because the default document style article does not have amsmath. The solution is either adding \usepackage{amsmath} in the preamble or using another document style like article(