Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread vascoosx

I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell me how to
change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style.

Thank you


Jürgen Spitzmüller-2 wrote:
 
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main  
 body of text are in the wrong order. The first reference stated comes  
 up as [145] and not [1], while the second is [76], not [2]. This  
 occurs throughout the entire document, in a nons equential psuedo  
 random manner!
 
 The numbers refer to an _alphabetically_ sorted bibliography, not to the
 order 
 of appearance in the text, unless you are using an unsrt style.
 
 Jürgen
 
 

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Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
vascoosx wrote:
 I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell me how
 to change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style.

chose and unsrt bibliography style (right-click on the grey BibTeX box and 
select a style from the lower drop down box).

Jürgen


Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread James Sutherland


On Jul 11, 2008, at 9:21 AM, vascoosx wrote:



I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell  
me how to

change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style.



Insert-List/TOC - BibTeX Bibliography
Choose unsrt from the drop-down menu in the bibliography dialog box.

James


Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread vascoosx

I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell me how to
change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style.

Thank you


Jürgen Spitzmüller-2 wrote:
 
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main  
 body of text are in the wrong order. The first reference stated comes  
 up as [145] and not [1], while the second is [76], not [2]. This  
 occurs throughout the entire document, in a nons equential psuedo  
 random manner!
 
 The numbers refer to an _alphabetically_ sorted bibliography, not to the
 order 
 of appearance in the text, unless you are using an unsrt style.
 
 Jürgen
 
 

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Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
vascoosx wrote:
 I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell me how
 to change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style.

chose and unsrt bibliography style (right-click on the grey BibTeX box and 
select a style from the lower drop down box).

Jürgen


Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread James Sutherland


On Jul 11, 2008, at 9:21 AM, vascoosx wrote:



I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell  
me how to

change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style.



Insert-List/TOC - BibTeX Bibliography
Choose unsrt from the drop-down menu in the bibliography dialog box.

James


Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread vascoosx

I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell me how to
change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style.

Thank you


Jürgen Spitzmüller-2 wrote:
> 
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>> 1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main  
>> body of text are in the wrong order. The first reference stated comes  
>> up as [145] and not [1], while the second is [76], not [2]. This  
>> occurs throughout the entire document, in a nons equential psuedo  
>> random manner!
> 
> The numbers refer to an _alphabetically_ sorted bibliography, not to the
> order 
> of appearance in the text, unless you are using an unsrt style.
> 
> Jürgen
> 
> 

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Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
vascoosx wrote:
> I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell me how
> to change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style.

chose and "unsrt" bibliography style (right-click on the grey BibTeX box and 
select a style from the lower drop down box).

Jürgen


Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-07-11 Thread James Sutherland


On Jul 11, 2008, at 9:21 AM, vascoosx wrote:



I had the same problem. It would be very helpful if you could tell  
me how to

change from _alphabetically_ sorted to unsrt style.



Insert->List/TOC -> BibTeX Bibliography
Choose "unsrt" from the drop-down menu in the bibliography dialog box.

James


Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-02-11 Thread Christopher Reeve
Your second problem is a common feature of LaTeX when you have lots  
of pictures and not many words. Basically it found there was not a  
neat way of displaying the pictures amongst the text without either  
having a title in an odd looking place or a mostly empty page in the  
middle of a chapter.


I suggest you try a couple of things. If you really want the pictures  
to be with the text try changing ALL of the pictures to be placed  
Here if possible. I Don't recommend using Here definitely unless  
it is a last option and note you might get some empty looking pages  
appear at the slightest modification of any text.


Otherwise give into LaTeX and admit it is right. Insert a clear page  
at a convenient place. This will prevent it being used by text so  
some of your pictures will collect on it.. ie they'll catch up with  
your text.


Note you can always refer to the page number the figures are on  
automatically (on the reference pop-up box select the option  
reference on page page)


Chris.



Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-02-11 Thread Christopher Reeve
Your second problem is a common feature of LaTeX when you have lots  
of pictures and not many words. Basically it found there was not a  
neat way of displaying the pictures amongst the text without either  
having a title in an odd looking place or a mostly empty page in the  
middle of a chapter.


I suggest you try a couple of things. If you really want the pictures  
to be with the text try changing ALL of the pictures to be placed  
Here if possible. I Don't recommend using Here definitely unless  
it is a last option and note you might get some empty looking pages  
appear at the slightest modification of any text.


Otherwise give into LaTeX and admit it is right. Insert a clear page  
at a convenient place. This will prevent it being used by text so  
some of your pictures will collect on it.. ie they'll catch up with  
your text.


Note you can always refer to the page number the figures are on  
automatically (on the reference pop-up box select the option  
reference on page page)


Chris.



Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-02-11 Thread Christopher Reeve
Your second problem is a common feature of LaTeX when you have lots  
of pictures and not many words. Basically it found there was not a  
neat way of displaying the pictures amongst the text without either  
having a title in an odd looking place or a mostly empty page in the  
middle of a chapter.


I suggest you try a couple of things. If you really want the pictures  
to be with the text try changing ALL of the pictures to be placed  
"Here if possible". I Don't recommend using "Here definitely" unless  
it is a last option and note you might get some empty looking pages  
appear at the slightest modification of any text.


Otherwise give into LaTeX and admit it is right. Insert a clear page  
at a convenient place. This will prevent it being used by text so  
some of your pictures will collect on it.. ie they'll catch up with  
your text.


Note you can always refer to the page number the figures are on  
automatically (on the reference pop-up box select the option  
" on page ")


Chris.



Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-02-10 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main  
 body of text are in the wrong order. The first reference stated comes  
 up as [145] and not [1], while the second is [76], not [2]. This  
 occurs throughout the entire document, in a nons equential psuedo  
 random manner!

The numbers refer to an _alphabetically_ sorted bibliography, not to the order 
of appearance in the text, unless you are using an unsrt style.

Jürgen


Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-02-10 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main  
 body of text are in the wrong order. The first reference stated comes  
 up as [145] and not [1], while the second is [76], not [2]. This  
 occurs throughout the entire document, in a nons equential psuedo  
 random manner!

The numbers refer to an _alphabetically_ sorted bibliography, not to the order 
of appearance in the text, unless you are using an unsrt style.

Jürgen


Re: Reference Order and figure position problems

2008-02-10 Thread Jürgen Spitzmüller
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> 1) When the document is viewed in pdf, all my references in the main  
> body of text are in the wrong order. The first reference stated comes  
> up as [145] and not [1], while the second is [76], not [2]. This  
> occurs throughout the entire document, in a nons equential psuedo  
> random manner!

The numbers refer to an _alphabetically_ sorted bibliography, not to the order 
of appearance in the text, unless you are using an unsrt style.

Jürgen