Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-11-04 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-11-03, Rob Oakes wrote: Counter subsection LabelString \Alph{section}.\{subsection} End Since this is one of those Write it down or forget it type of things, I also put together a blog post that describes the whole process. ... If interested, you can find it at:

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-11-04 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-11-03, Rob Oakes wrote: Counter subsection LabelString \Alph{section}.\{subsection} End Since this is one of those Write it down or forget it type of things, I also put together a blog post that describes the whole process. ... If interested, you can find it at:

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-11-04 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-11-03, Rob Oakes wrote: > Counter subsection > LabelString "\Alph{section}.\{subsection}" > End > Since this is one of those "Write it down or forget it" type of things, > I also put together a blog post that describes the whole process. ... > If interested, you can find it at: >

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-11-03 Thread rgheck
On 10/30/2009 02:17 PM, Rob Oakes wrote: Dear Richard and other LyX Users, I managed to solve a few of the formatting problems. To change the section labels from numbers to letters, I added the following to the nih.cls file: \def\thesection{\Alph{section}} That solved the output problem.

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-11-03 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear Richard and other LyX Users, Thank you very much for the recommendation, it worked perfectly. The final formatting worked out to be: Counter subsection LabelString \Alph{section}.\{subsection} End Since this is one of those Write it down or forget it type of things, I also put together

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-11-03 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
Since this is one of those Write it down or forget it type of things, I also put together a blog post that describes the whole process. Granted, most of it is just stolen out of the LyX documentation, but I find it handy to put together these types of cheat sheets for myself. If interested,

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-11-03 Thread rgheck
On 10/30/2009 02:17 PM, Rob Oakes wrote: Dear Richard and other LyX Users, I managed to solve a few of the formatting problems. To change the section labels from numbers to letters, I added the following to the nih.cls file: \def\thesection{\Alph{section}} That solved the output problem.

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-11-03 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear Richard and other LyX Users, Thank you very much for the recommendation, it worked perfectly. The final formatting worked out to be: Counter subsection LabelString \Alph{section}.\{subsection} End Since this is one of those Write it down or forget it type of things, I also put together

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-11-03 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
Since this is one of those Write it down or forget it type of things, I also put together a blog post that describes the whole process. Granted, most of it is just stolen out of the LyX documentation, but I find it handy to put together these types of cheat sheets for myself. If interested,

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-11-03 Thread rgheck
On 10/30/2009 02:17 PM, Rob Oakes wrote: Dear Richard and other LyX Users, I managed to solve a few of the formatting problems. To change the section labels from numbers to letters, I added the following to the nih.cls file: \def\thesection{\Alph{section}} That solved the output problem.

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-11-03 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear Richard and other LyX Users, Thank you very much for the recommendation, it worked perfectly. The final formatting worked out to be: Counter subsection LabelString "\Alph{section}.\{subsection}" End Since this is one of those "Write it down or forget it" type of things, I also put

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-11-03 Thread Waluyo Adi Siswanto
> Since this is one of those "Write it down or forget it" type of things, > I also put together a blog post that describes the whole process. > Granted, most of it is just stolen out of the LyX documentation, but I > find it handy to put together these types of cheat sheets for myself. > > If

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-10-30 Thread rgheck
On 10/30/2009 10:52 AM, Rob Oakes wrote: Dear LyX Users, I have a quick question about custom layouts. I've been in the process of creating a custom layout file for the NIH grant LaTeX class (http://www.cs.duke.edu/brd/NIH/tips/). By following the instructions in the LyX documentation and

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-10-30 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear Richard and other LyX Users, I managed to solve a few of the formatting problems. To change the section labels from numbers to letters, I added the following to the nih.cls file: \def\thesection{\Alph{section}} That solved the output problem. Now I am trying to get the labels for

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-10-30 Thread rgheck
On 10/30/2009 10:52 AM, Rob Oakes wrote: Dear LyX Users, I have a quick question about custom layouts. I've been in the process of creating a custom layout file for the NIH grant LaTeX class (http://www.cs.duke.edu/brd/NIH/tips/). By following the instructions in the LyX documentation and

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-10-30 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear Richard and other LyX Users, I managed to solve a few of the formatting problems. To change the section labels from numbers to letters, I added the following to the nih.cls file: \def\thesection{\Alph{section}} That solved the output problem. Now I am trying to get the labels for

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-10-30 Thread rgheck
On 10/30/2009 10:52 AM, Rob Oakes wrote: Dear LyX Users, I have a quick question about custom layouts. I've been in the process of creating a custom layout file for the NIH grant LaTeX class (http://www.cs.duke.edu/brd/NIH/tips/). By following the instructions in the LyX documentation and

Re: Question About Custom Layouts and Styles

2009-10-30 Thread Rob Oakes
Dear Richard and other LyX Users, I managed to solve a few of the formatting problems. To change the section labels from numbers to letters, I added the following to the nih.cls file: \def\thesection{\Alph{section}} That solved the output problem. Now I am trying to get the labels for